Athletics vs. Slavery, Pt. 1.75: Athletes Can Spark Da Revolution!... But Will They?
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi There’s a storm coming… One that has cultural meteorologists searching for wayz to control it. Systemic educational damage control units along with merciless “their”-story (not history) mercenaries have been deployed flooding the media and airwaves with strategic headlines to daze the consciousness of a sleeping giant. But this time, the target isn't a pastor, politician, or community leader... it's the Black Athlete!
DGTs Politricks/Voting Series!
Y I'm Not A Registered Voter by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Jomo Kenyatta once said about the dayz the christian missionaries came to Afrika, "When they (the missionaries) came to Africa, WE had the LAND and THEY had the BIBLE. They taught us to throw away our Godz and believe in theirz. They convinced us to close our eyes and pray to their God. When we opened our eyes after praying to their God, THEY had the LAND and WE had the BIBLE!" To me, I can easily substitute "Land" with Self-Determination" and "Bible" with "Voting".
25 Yearz?! Y Not LIFE!! by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi On Thursday, July 13, 2006, the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which opened booths to millionz of Afrikanz-in-america (Black people), was “granted” a 25-year extension from Congress as Republicanz sought to improve their standing with us so-called “minoriteez” before electionz this fall.
Sankofa Kemetamorphosis: Ancestral Calling...
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Kemetamorphosis. The fusion of ‘Kemet’ and ‘morphosis’. Two words and concept that culminate the Afrikan equivalence to Muslims’ Hajj to Mecca, Christians’ pilgrimage to Bethlehem, or the so-called Jewz trip to Jerusalem; a re-membering (or putting back together) of our past giving us the tools to pave a more clear future. Every Afrikan must not only take at least one trip to Afrika, but in doing so MUST start in the east region where Kemet and it’s southern neighbor, Kush of the Nile Valley reside. Read of my latest journey home!
R.E.A.D.: Restore Education of the Afrikan Diaspora Campaign
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi In an effort to increase literacy and cultural awareness among Afrikan people, at the end of each summer DGT (Da Ghetto Tymz magazine) will promote 'R.E.A.D.: Restore Education of the Afrikan Diaspora' by reading an article every day for the month of September. The theme is "30 Days, 30 Articles".
DGTs Olympic Series: Read all three!
Afrikanz in the Olympics?!!? by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi It's another olympic year, the 100 meter final to determine the worldz fastest man. Mo' Greene winz and what does he do? "Oh no, MO!" He reached for the red, white and blue flag! Why do Afrikanz choose to represent countries that continue to despise them?!
(TORCH)ure: Why Do We Honor the Olympics?!!?
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi This yearz event that honorz the homosexually-charged greecian era harborz an even greater relevance for Afrikan people to be aware of... the ongoing torture and malicious genocide of our kin in Darfur.
Athletics versus Slavery by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Bein' an Athlete shedz a mighty dark shadow reminiscent of the dayz of slavery!
DGT Re-Releases Analitikul Cogitationz: A Memoir (2nd Edition) DGT's founder, M’Bwebe Ishangi releases the 2nd edition of his first book, ‘Analitikul Cogitationz’. Originally published in 2007, this 2nd edited version gives a more clear depiction covering the first few yearz after he was re-introduced to Afrikan consciousness and cultural awareness by way of a spiritual Sankofa.
The Significance of Historical Consciousness
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Why are we Afrikan people in the predicament we’re in? Why are we just as baffled to identify the source of this confusion when it is abundantly clear right before our eyes? Who’s behind gentrification? Who's historically behind economic disparity? Who’s at the base of all this and why do we have the typical “forgive and forget” or “let god handle it” reaction at what seems to be incidents that have recently picked up speed? It is simple at the root of this absence lays a very low level awareness of our historical consciousness.
Million Man March 2015: Justice or Else! (Or Else What?!) by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Yet another march has come and gone and it's apparent we are not yet ready to actually “do” what is necessary to bring about solutionz to our intergenerational struggle. But who's to blame, a man who's called for the congregation of Afrikanz-in-America three tymz now with no results, or we, who continue to believe in his rhetoric?
Urban Unrest - Remnants of Slavery in New York
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi His-story has done a great job in havin' people think slavery in the United States was below the Mason Dixie line. They're doin' an even better one in tryin' to conceal its role in the cover-up of Afrikan free labor in both the building and maintenance of one of the worldz most popular city, New York. Yes, Lower Manhattan is sacred ground, but not for what happened on September 11, 2001. Wall Street would not be without the forced free labor, which included the starvation and death of tenz-if not hundredz-of-thousandz of Afrikanz brought here against their will.
Why the Boule' Files? by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Having researched and written about America's first black fraternity since 1997, I haven't really revealed why I do... until now. Why is knowing about the Boule' Relevant?
Who Killed MLK? The Questionz Remainz
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Every January, we start hearing Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr's infamous, "I Have A Dream" speech, but if you research this still mysterious murder—and even deeper, the dayz that led up to his assassination—you'll find it really was (and continues to be) a nightmare! This nightmare became even more deceitful when white media labeled James Earl Ray the lone assassin. While most accepted, there are those that knew there was another side of the story that wasn't been heard.
The History of White Sugar: the Hidden Truth
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi This has turned out to be one of the deepest research topics I've come across. At first, I wanted to approach the effects of sugar from a health perspective, but I was soon led to the historical significance sugar has had on the enslavement of Afrikan people. So before I can even get into what sugar does to our bodies, I must dive into just how far the greed for this drug has extended... the core nucleus of the Atlantic Slave Trade!
The Unapologetic Quest to G.E.N.T.R.I.F.Y.: Ethnic Cleansing Through Economics by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi To be frank, Gentrification should be synonymous with Colonializm. Often promoted as the transformation of neighborhoodz from low to high value, the residual benefit is the displacement of long-time residents and businesses—which is cleverly and I dare even say purposely overlooked. Learn more of the driving forces behind it; you'll find ethnic racizm at its core.
DGT720: The Wholistic Truth Featuring current written and audio shorts, we've created a Blog and Audio Blog Index, DGT720: The Wholistic Truth.
DGT Proudly Honorz Our Afrikan Scholarz
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi As a continuous student of 'Knowledge of Self', humility is a constant principle I strive to practice and honor. With that said, it is important anyone who answerz the call of preserving the history of Afrikan people be it for themselves, their family and/or the Collective Diaspora, establishing a constant relationship with those whose shoulderz we stand on is a prerequisite—alive and transitioned! After all, what we learn comes from somebody! Download DGTs first FREE poster honoring our Afrikan Scholarz who's works enable us to know who we are and where we're going. Each one teach MANY! (Poster designed by Nebulution Studios)
• Learn of numeric symbolizm in its skyscraperz, statues, and monuments like the new Freedom Tower, Statue of Liberty and Columbus Circle
• Hidden in plain site(s): see the Afrikan influence and plagiarizm throughout the design of New York City
• Learn the names of those who found New York and its neighborhoodz, organizationz, and universities like Kieft, Dutch West India Company (DWIC), Hunter College, Rikers Island, (Bedford-)Stuyvesant (Brooklyn), Hudson River, U.S. Customs House, and more
Versus Series: hisstory vs OURstory Index
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi
Whereas ignorance was deemed a sin in the dayz of Afrikan antiquity, it has thrived in todayz world. Ignorance has become bliss. Practically everything that goes on today operate from the deedz of Global White Supremacy. From invasion then plagiarizm, to the renaming and appearance of Afrikan names, symbolz, and icons; these are but a few war tactics vital to the success of YTs control. We at DGT intend to challenge certain names, historic iconz, and word terminology in an effort to define ourselves, ourself, using historical truths...
Kemet vs. New York & DC by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi When we look at todayz society, much hasn't changed compared to ancient tymz. With the grand exception of the so-called "rulerz" being of the pale persuasion, for one who's aware of the history of ancient civilizationz (that were by no mistake Afrikan), you can still see remnants today in cities across the world… mainly in their structures.
Her Em Akhet vs. the Sphinx by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi There standz a monument in the Nile Valley—which on one hand is respected as one of the seven wonderz of the world, while on the other, is continually disrespected because of the name and fabled history attached to it—that has the ability to answer several controversial questionz on the origin of wo/man. Although erroneously called the Sphinx, we've discovered this riddle has now been solved.
Versus Series: Uncle Tom vs. Uncle Tom
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi There is a myth about the character known to many American-Afrikanz as Uncle Tom. To begin with, he was not a mythical person, although his character turned out to be. What's alarming is learning how this name became the stereotypical crusade not only against history, but the identity of Afrikan people. Find out why bein' called an 'Uncle Tom' should actually be a good thing and not what we've been duped to believe...
Heru vs Jesus by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Every Easter, the christian world payz homage to a myth-turned-legend, prolonging the continuous cycle of accepting an ancient fable as historical fact without actual proof. We've been reluctant to see the story of the mythical christ's rapsheet is EXACTLY identical to one from the Nile Valley that predates more than 6000 yearz before "jesus". See if your reverend can explain these simularities...
The Boule' Pt. 4: The Psychological Makeup of a Sellout
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Every May, memberz of the Boule' commemorate their founding by re-reading their history book as a symbol of renewing their allegiance to an organization modeled after Skull&Bones. I propose every year, Afrikan re-read select books like Chancellor Williams, ‘The Destruction of Black Civilization’ so that we may renew our mission to restore our legacy. For yearz, hedz been wanting to know some of the specific thingz the Boule' s took part in. Well ask no more. Part 4 of this series focuses on detailed accounts of espionage plus a deeper look at the actual lifestyle of the greeks these negroes emulate.
Boom Shots | Rap Sheets by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Afrikan people are in dire straits as we strive to reclaim our cultural identity. With that said, there have been countless s/hero's who championed the call of Afrikan independence. In this series, we reflect on a few. Concurrently, as with any conflicting cause, there are many in opposition of this reclamation—we note them here as well. Get familiar of those who fight for us as well as those against us!
The 3 Muskateerz: the FDA, Monsanto, & Soy: the Assault on the Human Diet by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi The FDA and Monsanto have been on a mission that seemz to echo the manifestation of former President Jimmy Carter's Global 2000 Project—a program that called for the elimination of 2 billion people. How? Simply by controlling something everyone does… eat! The creation and distribution of rBGH and soy are acts of war on humanity with family being it's major casualty! Learn the effects and the connection to the rise in homosexuality.
Ignoring History Perpetuates the Myth of White Supremacy
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Although the word 'ignore' is in 'ignorance', there's a difference between the two. While YT chooses to consciously ignore history—meaning they are aware of their history, they rely on everyone else's ignorance—meaning, unfamiliarity, unawareness, and lack of knowledge about. One race knowz and strives to keep everyone else from knowing, using everything from school curriculum and media propaganda to sanction through their judicial system. Overstand, whitefolks are counting on our ignorance 'cause all it does is allow them to sustain their way of life… as overseerz.
Michelin: 'TIRED' of the Bullsh*t!
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi The majority—if not all—the wealth of the United States economy is based on the theft of natural resources, murder, and free labor of Afrikanz both on the continent of Afrika as well as American soil. Knowin’ this, you should also be aware that Fortune500 Corporationz take special interest in Afrika. We put one company under the microscope and found a legendary fable that defines Michelin Tires identity.
A Revived Vybration by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi I want you to travel with me... as you read these wordz, become these wordz and visualize. Visualize yourself rising; rising from the chair you're sittin' in; visualize yourself elevating into the air, visualize yourself flowing freely about the air like incense midst... Now, elevate to the frequency of Correspondence. Visualize yourself standin' on the edge of a new world lookin' at the next. You there? Good! Now, let's have a conversation!
In Sickness & in Health? or Potential Wealth!
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Of all the businesses that exist, rarely has one realized that the food industry and medical industry have been co-conspiratorz to the decaying health of the hueman species. Find out why the vow between us and 'them' have been broken.
When Knowledge Became Kryptonite
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi It is evident the majority of us have forgotten how Afrikan people fell from grace to the level of cellar-dwellerz on the socio-, eco-, and most important, spiritual- planes long enough for the world to believe this is how Afrikanz have alwayz been. We've all had that conversation where we're told we come from a lineage of great King and Queenz, but when I would follow with the question, "how did we lose it?", the discussion goes into lyrical bewilderment! Most come to an abrupt halt when left with the realization that somehow, we just -effed up. This is unsatisfactory to me. How did we -eff up?! Find out...
The War versus your Immune System
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi We have been losing one of the biggest battles of life... HEALTH! A silent assassin has roamed amongst the everyday lifestyle of the world for nearly 100 yearz, claiming the lives of millionz while reaking profits for Fortune500 companies and families of global white supremacy. But this killer isn't necessarily a sniper, it's in the form of fluoride and aluminum!
Skull&Bones: the Illuminati Resurrected
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Just updated from our R-Kyvz Vault, read about the Illuminati and their offspring who are the puppetteerz in the game of global white supremacy.
Masonry Series by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Just updated from our R-Kyvz Vault, our series on Masonry has been a cornerstone to our entire conspiracy index. Find out about the father of modern-day keeperz of secrets which reveal how modern colonializm started...
Sleeperz by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi We truly are not aware of the kind of work we put our mindz through each day; we never “think” how the mind knowz how to govern so many thingz at once; we “forget” to wonder how somethin' can work literally all day as well as all night without a break – even when we sleep! Dreamz are proof that your mind is still at work. Let’s face it; the mind is the perfect employee!!
IZ Islam 4 Afrikanz? by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi
When it comes to Afrikanz changin' their english names to the name of another oppressor, historian and author of 'Destruction of Black Civilization', Chancellor Williams couldn't have said it better, “Blacks in the US seem to be more mixed up and confused over the search for racial identity than anywhere else. Hence, many are dropping their white western slavemasters' names and adopting, not Afrikan, but their Arab and Berber slavemasters' names!”
NAACP: National Association for the Advancement of CERTAIN People by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi
The oldest civil-rights organization in this country have been selling us out for over 100 yearz! After researching how the NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) — an organization supposedly found to uplift Afrikanz-in-america (Blacks) — was formed and operate, it should bring one to the conclusion they are not who they present themselves to be! In fact, the NAACP is a european organization started by europeanz to control the movement of Afrikan people away from self-determination.
Blood Mineralz by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi
In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, children account for 19% of the population, yet amount to 47% of the deaths, with a tally of 45,000 dying each month. While most ignorantly think most of these deaths are attributed to malaria, diarrhea, pneumonia and malnutrition, we find the seldom talked about weapon used stemz from outside nationz who simply want what the DRC has... an abundance of natural resources, mainly the mineralz used to make cellphones and laptop computerz.
DGTv Video Article: The Classified Origin of D.C.
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi When speakin' of the origin of Washington, D.C., the founding pirates of this country showed their enormous affinity toward ancient Kemet. Master Historian, Anthony Browder revealz this Afrikan influence with his tourz in D.C. This Video Article both honorz and serves as a complimentary visual of his works.
New Book by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi in Production! Author of the mind-bending book, 'Analitikul Cogitationz', M'Bwebe is working hard on the release of his 4th book, 'The Unknown-Known: Enduring the Seldom-Travelled Quest of Questionz'. This book takes off where the initial part of his first book, Analitikul, began, 'Deja Vu', exploring the metaphysical realm of question addressing thoughts that may have crossed your mind before, but was missing an outlet to further examine. You will find the discussion of the metaphysical phenomena deepenz in this epic conversation about the unknown realm of life oftentymz overlooked. Like 'Analitikul Cogitationz', this book will be available in hardcopy, eBook PDF, eBook for iOS & Android, and audiobook slated for this Spring 2016!
The Microcozm of the Macrocozm Series
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi We've compiled our best free-thinkin' pieces together for this series where you can read various articles on spirituality and metaphysics, click links to watch video articles on DGTv as well as a clip of the first installment of M'Bwebe Ishangi's lecture/DVD, 'Afrikan Spirituality: The Microcozm of the Macrocozmz'.
25 Yearz?! Y Not Life!! by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi On Thursday, July 13, 2006, the 1965 Voting Rights Act, which opened booths to millionz of Afrikanz-in-america (Black people), was “granted” a 25-year extension from Congress as Republicanz sought to improve their standing with us so-called “minoriteez” before electionz this fall.
Analitikul Cogitationz Audiobook
by M'Bwebe Aja Ishangi Now you can both read and hear M'Bwebe Ishangi's firt book, 'Analitikul Cogitationz', available in audiobook format. Order yourz today!
DaGhettoTymz.com - Celebrating 23 yearz! 2016 marks the celebration of Da Ghetto Tymz magazine's 23rd year! We're also celebrating DaGhettoTymz.com being on the internet for 21 yearz! This is truly a great achievement especially being that the internet didn't really take off until the late 1990's. We are proud to have been one of the first websites out that focuses on delivering conscious and alternative thought to the Afrikan Diaspora.
We look forward to many more yearz as we strive to maintain our self-proclaimed "#1 Ranking" as the best Pan-Afrikan-centered magazine and website in the Polyverse!
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To be frank, Gentrification should be synonymous with Colonializm. Learn more of the driving forces behind it; you'll find ethnic racizm at its core.'
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There standz a monument in the Nile Valley that has the ability to answer several controversial questionz on the origin of wo/man. We've discovered this riddle has now been solved.
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If Afrikan people once were Kingz and Queenz, how did we fall? Find out how and who's responsible...
Ignorance has become bliss. From invasion then plagiarizm, to the renaming and appearance of Afrikan names, symbolz, and icons. We challenge certain names, historic iconz, and word terminology in an effort to define ourselves, ourself, using historical truths...
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