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The Kemit Report Newsletter

In 1991, Devin L. Walker created The Kemit Report, which was a research report geared toward establishing the reality of world events within the African (Black) church in the United States.  As was stated on the inside panel of one of the reports:

The word 'Kemit' (also spelled Kemet or Kimit), which means 'people of the Black land,' is the original name of ancient Egypt and it is here where the establishment of arithmetic, algebra, geometry and religion were formed.  Our history holds the key to our future; however, our present condition is a result of not knowing our history.  The Kemit Report provides life-saving information that covers historical and social facts commonly ignored by everyday media outlets.  Over 90 hours of research goes into each issue.

Between 1991 and 1993, a total of eight issues were published, the majority of which were reproduced and updated in his two books: An Appeal To The African Church In America: Beware of False Profit$, published in 2003 and The Way of the Gentile, published in 2008.  (For book information, go to www.churchappeal.com). 

 

The eight newsletters were entitled:

  • The Silence That Kills! - Vol. 1, No. 1
  • A Study: Top Media Outlets, International Oil Companies, and Aerospace/Defense Contractors in the United States! - Vol. 1, No. 2
  • The Media Lords: The Great Deceivers of the Earth! - Vol., No. 3
  • Important Facts about Christianity: What They Never Told You (Part I) - Vol. 1, No. 4
  • Important Facts about Christianity: What They Never Told You (Part II) - Vol. 1, No. 5
  • The Politics of Food: Who Eats and Who Dies? - Vol. 1, No. 6
  • An Appeal to the Black Churches in America! - Vol. 2, No. 1
  • The African vs. the European Social Order: The Origin of Inequality! - Vol. 2, No. 2

Click on the attachment below to read the latest posted Newsletter, which you will find contains information still prevalent today.  Join BeyondVoting.net to receive updates as to when other newsletters will be posted.

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Devin Walker,
Jun 10, 2009, 3:17 PM
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