“I was 29 years old when I first heard the word melanoma, or at least really understood what it meant. I can’t forget the day, September 30, 2002. A dermatologist I interviewed for several TV stories hounded me to get a full-body skin cancer exam. He performed a biopsy and that was it. Or so I thought… . A few days later, he was holding my hand telling me I had cancer… melanoma, a potentially deadly and aggressive cancer that doesn’t respond well to traditional cancer treatments.” – Heather Van Nest
Tampa Bay Yakub Sun of God worshipers are saying WTSP anchor Heather Van Nest, who has already been successfully spotted for Melanoma, should to turn over her possessions, denounce her race, reject American citizenship, acknowledge The Sun of God has damned her and apply for mercy with local worshipers.
But many believe her racial “narcissism” won’t allow her to do so.
We received this message from one of Van Nest’s enthusiastic fans, written by the weak skinned anchor, confirming her alleged belief in Western Melanoma propaganda:
Thank you for the heads up on that page that references melanoma. Unfortunately, the author does not seem to realize that darker skinned people are more likely to die faster from melanoma because melanoma can occur in hard to detect places, such as under finger nails. What a shame that instead of trying to educate people with darker skin about the dangers of skin cancer (Bob Marley died from melanoma) he thinks it’s funny to talk about a national curfew for white people to stay inside and out of the sun. I’ve been in the business long enough that I have dealt with my fair share of crazies… this one makes the list! Again, I appreciate your email. Take care,” Heather .
“Only in Western science do blacks get melanoma.”
But, Western science is rooted in the flawed concepts of white supremacy. In reality, blacks are negatively effected by the sun in places like the palms of our hands & souls of our feet (places of our bodies that don’t receive enoughUltraviolet Light). When he first came to the United States (in the late 1920s) the honorable Fard Muhammad brought with him the introduction of the knowledge of the differences between Eumelanin and Phaeomelanin. It wasn’t until the late 1940s, when the West accepted as truth the unique relationship between Eumelanin & Ultraviolet Light, that they began studying it. Our history of the study of the genetics of melanin & the science of Ultraviolet Light reaches back much further than the 1940s. It is ancient.