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Hebrews to Negroes

By: Ronald Dalton Jr.
Narrated by: Fentriss Moore
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Summary

This audiobook will expose the truths that have been hidden by the powers that are prevalent in America.

Since the time the European and Arab slave traders stepped foot into Africa, blacks have been told lies about their heritage. This was all by Satan's design, for he is the father of lies. Since biblical times, there has been a satanic agenda to destroy God's chosen people. This agenda still exists today and is carried on by man in many forms. Satan knows who God's chosen people are, but for centuries, we have been ignorant to this knowledge, even though it's been right in front of our face. After many years of research, the time has finally come for all black people to know the truth.

Inside Hebrews to Negroes, you will find the answers to all the burning questions you have wanted ask your parents, teachers, and pastors for years. It has been said that the mind has a strong drive to correct itself over a period of time if it can touch some substantial original historical base about itself. This time period is ending, and the truth is being exposed! Is this a sign of the End Times?

The Bible says that in the last days, knowledge will increase. It also says, "In the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams."

Knowledge is the truth, and Satan's time is running out. Don't be left behind. Find out what's really going on behind the scenes as it relates to Black America then and now. Afterward, you be the judge as to who God's chosen people really are, and who Satan's army is really after. At the end of this audiobook, I guarantee you won't regret it.

Disclaimer: The views expressed in this audiobook may be offensive to some listeners and do not necessarily reflect the views of the audio publisher.

©2014 Ronald Dalton Jr. (P)2021 Echo Point Books and Media, LLC

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Really Good Book

I loved this book really good read/listen, packed full of TRUTH. All Praises To The Most High & thanks to Bro Ron for doing this work he has been called to do. I would recommend this book if you want TRUTH.

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A sickening anti-Semitic read

I thought, let me read this, and see if it is anti-Semitic. It's worse than anti-Semitism. A demonic read. An attempt to generate hatred, with a much mash of light historic facts. If a white person said black people were given permission in biblical text to sexually abuse children under nine, which is what this book says, news was permitted to do. Would we not be calling audible to not publish this book? I'm so perturbed by this book. I'm west African and this is a nightmare read. Zero stars 🤢 We are one human race and let's spread love not hate and nonsense Audible. I got two hours in, too stomach turning to finish.

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  • Jache
  • 13-11-22

I'm not finished but so far I've come across Bs.

I'm only on chapter 10 but I've heard and read some B.S, mixed with real insight that may be true BUT. The biggest kicker is He starts of pretty much saying he doesn't understand the Bible and he didn't get the answers when he was younger. Then Goes on to use the bible, but the worst part it when he clams the Hebrews bible says Samuel (Satan) is the father of Cain and not Adam...! Careful with this book and don't take it as 100% truth. Although Im upset I'm going try finish this book.

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  • Hashabah
  • 22-08-22

A lot of good history in one book

I enjoyed this book thoroughly. He explained history, language, culture etc. of the so called forgotten people of The Bible. If you’re paying any attention to the times we’re living in, and asking why or how did we get here as a people, then this is a book you want to read. Read on and be enlightened.

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  • Jewel Burgess
  • 08-07-22

The book is great, the narrator not so great

I’m only on Chapter 10 and the knowledge has opened my eyes so much to the truth! While
Listening, I’m able to pause the book, and look up / research what the author is sharing and see that it is all truth.
I knew there was a reason why for the great oppression and struggle
Of the negro people as a whole. It makes so much more sense now.
The author brings so much truth and knowledge to this subject, that I decided to purchase the hard copy so I can highlight facts and figures and take the info in even more.
I highly recommend this book to anyone wanting truth!

The negative: The Narrator makes the book very hard to follow, he sounds like a robot, and the sentences don’t flow at all, he adds pauses in strange places and inflections where none is needed.
It really is terrible, I don’t understand how the producer could listen to this and approve it.
I’d it weren’t for the valuable information, I would have gotten a refund, but since I’m purchasing the book, I just might.

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  • Jean Bouchereau
  • 15-11-22

Lack of esoteric knowledge

This essay is to pro black and too superficial. Too much repetition on every chapter, too long for its content…

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  • Lisa Marie Lewis
  • 29-10-22

The Truth Revealed

Packed with research backed with Biblical scriptures. There is no other race of people that has gone through so much. Recognize people we are the children of the Most High God. Abraham's seed. Decendant's of Shem. It all makes sense.

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  • Baz 12345
  • 16-11-22

Very important points but some harmful flaws

I have listened to the entire book. Based on comments I'm seeing in the media and in review websites, it seems almost no one else has.

Dalton begins by pointing out that many of the Old Testament's editors, translators, interpreters and followers in the past few thousand years people have systematically downplayed (or eradicated) the major roles of Africans and non-white Middle Easterners in the stories of the Old Testament. He also argues that Africans are central among the Chosen People of the Old Testament, and he says that Black Americans must realize the greatness of their ancestral history. He highlights the personal and systemic racism at work across the many generations since the Old Testament, which is very important to learn about.

Later in the book, Dalton summarizes some of the major racial injustices going on today -- in wages, housing, healthcare, food services, policing and sentencing, and other areas -- and gives ideas on how America and Black Americans in particular, he says, can address them. He is a strong proponent of Black economic independence, saying that Black Americans should have much more solidarity with one another to support Black-owned businesses and avoid uncaring and exploitative white-run corporations that don't have their customers' interests or wallets at heart. He doesn't put much stock in protesting, unless it involves economic advancement for Blacks. (He is very concerned that Black Americans are becoming a smaller percentage of the U.S. population and he strongly advocates racial solidarity to counter this trend.) He does not say much about how ALL Americans need to proactively support racial justice today, despite the moral imperative for doing so, and despite strong support from a raft of new books, including the excellent How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi.

In his religious and geographic interpretations in the first half of the book, Dalton does not utilize rigorous analysis of linguistics, archaeology, genetics or natural history, which are established scientific fields that shed a lot more light on the origin and practices of various ethnic and racial groups. So, the book fails to point out quite a bit of knowledge that may contradict or support some of Dalton's claims. A more scholarly analysis of the geographic origins of the Old Testament's main characters is David T. Adamo's Africa and the Africans of the Old Testament, for instance.

In the second half of the book, Dalton decries American whites' historic and current racism against Blacks and opining on how Blacks in particular can counteract that through economic solidarity among Blacks. In making these claims, he draws on the insightful and inspiring work of 20th Century Black activists, including Martin Luther King, Jr. and others. Yet there are many other perspectives and tools that Dalton does not discuss. For example, a contrary perspective is that a person may not WANT to always purchase something from someone because of his or her race, thus limiting his choice of product or service. One contrary tool is POLITICAL organization and alliances, which Dalton doesn't discuss. Dalton's prescriptions may be useful but are a little one-dimensional. I recommend listening on Audible to a broader array of modern thinkers'/activists': MLK Jr. speeches, W.E.B. DuBois, Frederick Douglass, Maya Angelou, Toni Morrison and many, many, many others.

Dalton undermines his book significantly by targeting the Jewish people for most of problems that Blacks have been faced with over the millennia, including today. First, at the beginning of the book, Dalton goes much further than I've indicated above. He says that the major people of the Old Testament are not just People of Color (including Black), but predominantly or entirely Black, and he goes even further to say that the Africans were literally God's Chosen People and that the Jewish people today are essentially imposters. Thus, he doubles-down on ideas that have led to human tragedy in history (and even today), he does not attempt to rise above thousands of years of strife between people with different identities, and does not promote kindness and acceptance towards all. He seems to say, 'That approach hasn't gotten us (Blacks) anywhere,' but he also does not point out the ways that approach has indeed been successful at times. By claiming divine privilege and denying it to others, he adopts an Us vs. Them approach -- a zero-sum game where there can only be winners if there are losers -- apparently because he believes history has unfolded as a Them vs. Us proposition. He believes that ONLY racial power and solidarity can achieve progress for the greatest number of Blacks. I agree that solidarity and power is needed among people with a shared identity to obtain rights, but I also believe we can and must work with people of other identities to progress in society. Though identity group solidarity can certainly help an enormous amount, it's not silver bullet. I believe (contrary to Dalton's apparent belief) that God is INCLUSIVE of all people, and that all people have the same inherent worth, and should respect each other on a basic level during the push-and-pull for rights and power.

It's worth adding more detail to this flawed "bent" of Dalton's approach. He buys into the myth that the Jewish people control society and he seems to put them on a par with "the Devil." I think this is categorically inaccurate and harmful. Dalton's book could have been much better if he did not take such inaccurate and antisemitic ideas seriously. The power-centers in society are far, FAR broader than the most powerful people of the Jewish faith. Whites' racism against Blacks is significant across white populations and certainly not limited to any single group. Also, Dalton fails to discuss the people of Jewish descent who were and are strong proponents of racial justice, including economic opportunity. Because of these and related flaws, Dalton commits harm on Jewish people, lets other mostly-white populations off the hook, and undermines his own arguments and credibility generally.

Another major, overlooked flaw in Dalton's book is that it's directly homophobic in several passages, especially in the middle-to-later chapters. It seems he thinks that gay men and women stand in the way of Blacks increasing their population. What about the rights of individuals? In one passage, he implies that Black Americans should have five children per couple in order to increase the population. This claim could be seen as being misogynistic and anti-family broadly. Each family must have their own choice of how many children they have. Dalton seems to put his idea of racial group success above the rights of individuals of that racial group. This leads to a larger criticism: Dalton does not seem to allow that individuals usually want to create their own identities and group associations, and may not want labels imposed upon them.

Dalton's book has important parts and messages, but you have to approach it (as with all things) with a very critical mind, to realize you are getting only part of the story, plus inaccuracy and harm in key ways. If you are new to history or racial injustice and don't have a basis for critical examination, I recommend listening to other speakers and authors, some of whom are noted above. If you want to benefit from Dalton's best arguments, be sure to stay aware that some of his ideas are deeply flawed.

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  • Bethany
  • 12-10-22

A must listen

I loved this book so much gave to my kids every Black person should read or listen to this and make sure their kids do as well
Thanks to the Author Shalom

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  • Peaches B.
  • 24-07-22

Amazing

I didn't know what to expect! But this book is for those who totally want out of the matrix and a truth prospective. It reveals historical truths, spiritual revelations. Ronald Dalton Jr. did his due diligence and in reading this we ought to do ours. Shame on the deceptions from our Spiritual leaders. The Word of God is a Powerful Truth many do not truly understand, but He reveals them to babes. Let that sink in. Be prepared to have your eyes open. Pray to The Lord for His understanding when you dive in. I am grateful for this audio book!

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  • Jermaine wells
  • 07-11-22

Truth Shall Set You Free

The book will definitely open your eyes starting at the introduction and once it's started there's no putting it down. This is what they don't want you to know. We are God's people so when you hear something or read something and it activates something in your spirit giving goosebumps to your body you know what your reading or seeing is right. This book is it!

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  • Jason
  • 22-11-22

Awesome Info

Greatbook, great info. Horrible narrator. You can hear him swallow. speaks like a robot.

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