The Real ID Jack The Theft Of Black Identity As The Chosen People Of God By Nasir Maker Hakim Language is used to communicate; yet there are literary divices used to communicate as well. This books explores how buzz-words, double speak, and various other literary devices are used to deceive the uninformed even to the extent of concealing the identity of an entire people from themselves. More
To ascribe a misunderstood process to supernatural control is always the height of error. No thinking person, and I’d like to put emphasis on the word, thinking, who respects his or her own intelligence will fall back upon spooky beliefs as an excuse for an explanation of what he or she cannot comprehend.
The intent of this book is to help its reader see how the history of Black people can be severely altered for the purpose of concealing their true identity and then it be hi-JACKED and impersonated to actually hide the true identity of the perpetrator.
The scriptures prophesy of God raising a man up from among a people who would make the truth so plain, in the last days, that a fool shouldn’t err or have an excuse to say he or she didn’t hear the truth. It would be in their respective language and easy to understand; yet, if we live in a world abounding with coded communication and literary devices, how does one differentiate?
This book addresses the aspect of coded language, literary devices or in more modern terms, “Loaded Language,” through a series of seemingly unrelated occurrences. It shows how buzz words or loaded language that we hear every day, has significant global and historical ramifications.