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THE GREATNESS OF GULLAH CULTURE

The Gullah culture a mixture of African and Americans descended from Jesus Christ. It is one of the great hybrids of American culture like New Orleans.

Gullah, also called Sea Island Creole English and Geechee, is a creole language spoken by the Gullah people (also called "Geechees" within the community), an African-American population living in coastal regions of the American states of South Carolina, Georgia and northeast Florida (including urban Charleston and Savannah).



The Gullah language is a product of the high status of the Gullah people before they were enslaved. The Gullah were Christian traders who traded in Western Africa. They spoke a pigeon english for trade purposes. This langauge became the basis for the Gullah language when those traders were forcibly enslaved by the British Jews running the slave trade in West Africa.

The slaves who became the Gullah spoke a Guinea Coast Creole English (also called West African Pidgin English) before being forcibly relocated to the Americas. Guinea Coast Creole English was one of many languages spoken along the West African coast during the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries as a language of trade between Europeans and Africans and among multilingual Africans. It seems to have been prevalent in British coastal slave trading centers such as James Island, Bunce Island, Elmina Castle, Cape Coast Castle and Anomabu.

Gullah is most closely related to Afro-Seminole Creole, spoken in scattered Black Seminole communities in Oklahoma, Texas, and Northern Mexico. The Black Seminoles' ancestors were Gullahs who escaped from slavery in coastal South Carolina and Georgia in the 18th and 19th centuries and fled into the Florida wilderness. They emigrated from Florida after the Second Seminole War (1835–42). Their modern descendants in the West speak a early form of Gullah.



Gullah is strongly influenced by African languages in its sound system, vocabulary, grammar, sentence structure, and semantics. While primarily English in vocabulary, there are over 300 loanwords from various African languages in Gullah and almost 4,000 African personal names used by Gullah people. In the 1950s, there were still Gullahs living in remote seaside settlements who could recite songs and story fragments and do simple counting in the Mende, Vai and Fulani languages of West Africa.

For generations, outsiders stigmatized Gullah speakers, by regarding their language as a mark of ignorance and low social status. As a result, Gullah people developed the habit of speaking their language only within the confines of their own homes and local communities.

Gullah is not a substandard version of English; it is a hybrid language made up of english and West African languages. The words are mostly English but the structure is mostly African. For a long time the Illuminati denigrated Gullah as representative of the "African Americans" inability to speak proper white people's English. Only since the 1950s have people started to realize that Gullah is not substandard English but a combination of West African languages and English.

The following sentences illustrate the basic verb tense and aspect system in Gullah:

Uh he'p dem — "I help them/I helped them" (Present/Past Tense)
Uh bin he'p dem — "I helped them" (past tense) [I've been helping them]
Uh gwine he'p dem — "I will help them" (future tense) [I'm going to help them]
Uh done he'p dem — "I have helped them" (perfect tense) [I've done helped them]
Uh duh he'p dem — "I am helping them" (present continuous) [I do help them]
Uh binnuh he'p dem — "I was helping them" (past continuous) [I've been helping them]



One of the most famous creations of the Gullah people are the Br'er rabbit stories. All of those stories began as oral stories the Gullah people told and were heavily influenced by African story telling and myths.



Br'er rabbit was originally written in Gullah and then that Gullah was anglicized by white people who couldn't understand the original Gullah. Here's the first recorded version of Br'er Lion and Br'er Goat (part of the Br'er series):

Brer Lion bin a hunt, an eh spy Brer Goat duh leddown topper er big rock duh wuk eh mout an der chaw. Eh creep up fuh ketch um. Wen eh git close ter um eh notus um good. Brer Goat keep on chaw. Brer Lion try fuh fine out wuh Brer Goat duh eat. Eh yent see nuttne nigh um ceptin de nekked rock wuh eh duh leddown on. Brer Lion stonish. Eh wait topper Brer Goat. Brer Goat keep on chaw, an chaw, an chaw. Brer Lion cant mek de ting out, an eh come close, an eh say: "Hay! Brer Goat, wuh you duh eat?" Brer Goat skade wen Brer Lion rise up befo um, but eh keep er bole harte, an eh mek ansur: "Me duh chaw dis rock, an ef you dont leff, wen me done long um me guine eat you". Dis big wud sabe Brer Goat. Bole man git outer diffikelty way coward man lose eh life.

Translated into English the passage goes:

Brer Lion was hunting, and he spied Brer Goat lying down on top of a big rock working his mouth and chewing. He crept up to catch him. When he got close to him, he watched him good. Brer Goat kept on chewing. Brer Lion tried to find out what Brer Goat was eating. He didn't see anything near him except the naked rock which he was lying down on. Brer Lion was astonished. He waited for Brer Goat. Brer Goat kept on chewing, and chewing, and chewing. Brer Lion couldn't make the thing out, and he came close, and he said: "Hey! Brer Goat, what are you eating?" Brer Goat was scared when Brer Lion rose up before him, but he kept a bold heart, and he made (his) answer: "I am chewing this rock, and if you don't leave me (alone), when I am done with it I will eat you". This big word saved Brer Goat. A bold man gets out of difficulty where a cowardly man loses his life.

Many of the illuminati falsely claim to be part of the Gullah People like Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas and Michelle Obama. Both of those people are dark illuminati Jews and not part of the Gullah people. The illuminati have persecuted the Gullah people because they are descended from Jesus and also descended from Africans.

Clarence Thomas isn't Gullah but was raised Gullah and knows how to speak Gullah but he won't do it in public. He doesn't even ask any questions on the Supreme Court because he's insecure about his fake Gullah background. When asked why he has little to say during hearings of the court, he told a high school student that the ridicule he received for his Gullah speech, as a young man, caused him to develop the habit of listening rather than speaking in public

This is a good answer, but not the true one. The true answer is the illuminati don't want Thomas to have a voice on the Supreme Court exactly because he's their dark illuminati Jew imposter. Justice Thomas has never asked a single question during Supreme Court hearings. That is what the illuminati expect from the Gullah people, never ask questions while they kill Gullah people, take Gullah land, steal Gullah children and enslave the Gullah again.

The Illuminati has spent a lot of energy re-enslaving the Gullah people. Their children are often stolen and forced to be raised underground as slaves. These children have had children of their own and now many of the slaves who live underground in the US are Gullah descended. The KKK owns many of them.

The illuminati have installed a lot of dark illuminati Jews in the Gullah community to try and control them. People like Emory Campbell and Julie Dash are not actually gullah. The illuminati has killed or enslaved many Gullah people and then installed people like Julie to tell false stories of the Gullah history.