FOR THE LAST TIME: "CAPOEIRA" IS KIPURA OF KONGO; IT'S AFRIKAN NOT BRAZILIAN
I could get into a long diatribe about this? After all, this blog of mine has a gazillion in depth pieces of research on this matter. But I won't do that. Instead? Let's cut straight to the chase, shall we?
Rafael Bluteau proves that he was the first to write and document the word "capoeira" in 1712. Before Rafael Bluteau first wrote the word "capoeira"? No documentation of the word "capoeira" existed. Here is Rafael's documentation of the word "capoeira" for his dictionary:
The word "capoeira" is a mispronounciation, misspelling and misunderstanding of the KiKongo [ language of Kongo ] term Kipura. As long proven by books written by actually good scientists and researchers who aren't racists, the term Kipura is very famously known to exist looong before Rafael Bluteau was born, and describes the exact fighting art and even the fortifications and palisades on towns and forts that Afrikans were in/famous for many centuries before Brazil and even Portugal existed. Here's one such book:
The art of Kipura was even used by the Lamtuna and Gudala [ the correct Afrikan names for the Afrikan ethnic confederate groups miscalled by the Arabs Almohades and Almoravids, and miscalled by Europeans as Los Moros or The Blackamoors or The Moors ] to subdue much of Europe, all of "India" [ Bharatavajra ] a good slice of Asia and much of the archipelago that would later be miscalled The Philippines.
There is absolutely no doubt that the inventors, most famous practitioners, and proselytizers of the art of Kipura are not only Afrikan, but directly linked to Kongo. " ...in the old sources the terms Berber, Sanhaja, Massufa, Lamtuna and Tuareg are often used interchangeably" Marq de Villiers and Sheila Hirtle ( 2009). Timbuktu: The Sahara's Fabled city of Gold, p. 271
This is a picture of the Tauregs even today. Literally today right now in the year 2018. In Afrika.
How could an art that is older than Portugal or Brazil, strongly associated with Kongo and most especially the Kingdom of Bamba [ "Bamba" did not exist in Brazilian Portuguese until we Afrikans...Kipura warriors and citizens of The Empire of Kongo... ported the word "Bamba" into Brazil ], and very famously used by the ethnic confederate cousins of The Empire of Kongo known as The Lamtuna and Gudala...possibly be created by Brazil when Brazil didn't exist? The Lamtuna and Gudala used Kipura to conquer Spain, Portugal and at least half of Europe. Kipura was used to conquer much if not all of India, much of Asia and much of the known world in ancient times.
Anyone who says that Kipura...miscalled "Capoeira"...is Brazilian, is either a lying racist or has been deceived by lying racists. Period. If they continue to insist that Kipura...miscalled "Capoeira"...is Brazilian, after reading this blog of mine? They have now consciously joined lying racists in promoting divisive, destructive, disproven, racist lies.
Even today, Brazilian "capoeiristas" sing that the art of "capoeira" is from Bamba, and their teachers are also from Bamba.
In fact, the fact that "Capoeira" is from Bamba is so well known that the songs INSIST THAT NOBODY SAYS THE ART IS NOT FROM BAMBA, AND EVERYONE ADMIT THAT THE ART IS FROM BAMBA. Why is that so very important? Because BAMBA IS THE WARRIOR KINGDOM THAT IS PART OF THE EMPIRE OF KONGO, AND IT'S MOST FAMOUS FOR BEING THE HEART OF KIPURA.
CLICK HERE TO READ THE PROOFS ABOUT THE KINGDOM OF BAMBA AS PART OF KONGO
So. The Brazilians admit that their Mestres, the art and the game all come from Bamba. And science proves that Bamba is the most famous war capital and Kingdom in the Empire of Kongo.
The final dagger that kills any argument to the contrary is...EVEN RIGHT NOW TODAY IN KONGO, THE ART OF LIBANDA...COGNATE OF KIPURA...IS KNOWN TO BE THE SAME EXACT ART THAT WAS PORTED INTO BRAZIL. Here is the proof:
There. It's as simple as that. If someone doesn't mentally adjust to and embrace these facts? They're racists who value and treasure their lies, and the racist lies they were taught by their instructor. Doesn't even matter if the person is of Afrikan blood or not. If they adhere to racist lies they are promoting and racist lying agenda that is contrary to their own well being, and contrary to the great truths that we owe all of humanity and ourselves.
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I'm going to quickly share with you the important history about the art of my family, Njia Uhuru Kipura.
Njia Ya Kupata Uhuru Kwa Kutumia Kipura..."The Way of Getting Freedom Using Kipura"...is the full real name of my family's art. But that's a lot to say. So we shorten it to "Njia Uhuru Kipura". Kipura's Way of Freedom or The Way of Freedom. As we all know, my family's Njia Uhuru Kipura is descended from the original Kipura of Kongo, the devastating war art that was probably created in BAMBA, the war capitol of Kongo.
The Kipura of Kongo created every single legend of "Capoeira" in Brasil, as all of these warriors are actually warriors of Kipura. Not "Capoeira". The Portuguese term "Capoeira" is the result of the mispronounciation of the correct word "KIPURA/KIPULA" of the KiKongo language of Kongo. "
"Capoeira" was first used in public documents in Brasil during the year 1712, 207 years after Afrikans were already using Kipura to defeat Brazil, Portugal, the Dutch and occasionally the Spanish in wars in or near Brasil. https://
streetsmartbrazil.com/when- capoeira-would-land-you- prison/
This same art and/or its cognates was used everywhere in the Americas that Afrikans traveled, including the USA...where it was also called Knocking and Kicking. The Afrikans in the USA called The Gullah and The Geechee used this cognate of Kipura to fight and win a 50-100 Year War, establishing their independence and freedom during American Slavery.
KNOCKIN AND KICKIN...KIPURA BEFORE AND DURING SLAVERY IN THE U.S.A.
KNOCKIN AND KICKIN...KIPURA BEFORE AND DURING SLAVERY IN THE U.S.A.
We can see the overarching impact of Kipura on both Jailhouse Rock and 52 Blocks, which themselves are hybrid portions of the more comprehensive and deadlier Kipura of Kongo. https://en.wikipedia.
My art of Njia Uhuru Kipura is a modernization, improvement upon, and continuance of the amazing Afrikan self defense legacy of the legendary ancestors before me.