Bakari Henderson Black College Grad Beaten to Death, During Vacation in Greece By White Gang

A 22-year-old Black American college student’s vacation to Greece ended in tragedy after he was beaten to death by a white gang. Texas-born Bakari Henderson was reportedly found battered and unresponsive by authorities on a street on the Greek Island of Zakynthos after an argument inside a bar spilled out onto the street.

The young man decided to enjoy selfies with a white female and her enraged boyfriend did not like the joy that he appeared to be giving her. The smiles was too much for him to handle, so gathering like minded white men, they beat him to his death.

It is important for black men to understand that white supremacy is universal and you are not safe, especially if you have the ability to make white women smile. This man surrounded himself by white people and his white friends did nothing. They stayed on code and allowed this man to be beaten to death. Recently, you heard the rant of Shia Lebouf who sought to stir the white police officer after his arrest, by mentioning that his wife looks at black men in pornography. All pornography is evil, but it is very telling that this would be on this mans heart. Did he lose a white woman to a black man? Does that even matter? Is cheating made worse when the person is of another race? Ask Rich Piana he thinks so.

Be careful black men. As a Christian we are taught that we live in a perpetual state of war. Our adversary is vigilant and we must be prayerful and walk in the wisdom and discernment.




3 responses to “Bakari Henderson Black College Grad Beaten to Death, During Vacation in Greece By White Gang

  1. It was a group of Serbian men, a South Slavic ethnic group, who did the unthinkable when the young man tried to take a selfie with the waitress and I do not recognize Christ Jesus in your telling of this tragic story. In Christ there is not black or white, male or female, Jew or Greek, slave or free, victim or persecutor, oppressor or victim, but all are one in Christ; no longer victims and oppressors but one with God with one enemy: satan. Your racist attitude is not of Christ. When we are born again we identify with Christ not with skin color. The adversary, the destroyer, the enemy is NOT flesh and blood but satan or the devil. You are inflaming division between blacks and whites not telling the TRUTH of who we ALL are IN CHRIST black or white, male or female, and who our COMMON ENEMY IS: the devil. The spirit of this blog message today is NOT of our Lord Jesus Christ who judges by the heart not by external skin color or any other external characteristics. Placing blame on white people for what satan is doing is not helpful and it is not biblical.
    “Be eager to join in the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace” Ephesians 4:4

    • I appreciate your attempt to educate me on the Scriptures, but your experience unfortunately is relegated to your experience as a white person. I agree with much of what you mention, but there is a serious problem that is not being addressed. As a child I attended a private Christian school, Bible was the first order of business and it was a good school. I happened to be the only black kid in this all white Christian school and unfortunately though Jesus was preached, my experience was not the same as white Christians. On many experiences of mine, white females desired to date me, but because of fear of their Christian father, they chose not to. I was confused. For all the same things you mention in your response. They found me physically attractive and I found them physically attractive and we are both Christians, so what issue is there, when I see other white children within the school dating? I was at a lost. I witnessed Christianity taking a back seat again and again to whiteness. The separation you speak of did not originate with me, it was thrust upon me. It is 2017 and the SBC struggled to denounce a white supremacist group and again I see whiteness and Christianity clashing. If the truth separates, it only separates those that desire separation in the first place.

      • I am so sorry for your experiences with hate. I stand here as your sister and grieve with you, as we are both children of the same Heavenly Father (with different mothers!) and tell you that I am sorry you had to go through the things you went through. I also stand with you in the Joy that is our strength when we go through the things we go through with Christ Jesus.

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