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To date she is the only stone that has been left unturned in trying to discover what has gone wrong with black families, black communities and black society.Negro Wars clearly illustrates the observable fact that the modern-day black woman is the enforcement arm of white supremacy within black society and has been working hand in glove with western governments since the introduction of welfare reform.Kristiana knew she was different when she was eight years old, but did not know why.The journey from male to female was not easy and took years of hormones, GP visits and psychologist appointments, as well as laser, speech and gender therapy before she finally underwent gender reassignment surgery in 2016.Denise said: 'I got a lot of negativity, I got a lot of "Oh I've heard about your situation," but it makes me smile, because look at us now.'We had two lists - one of the people we thought would be OK with it, and those who we thought wouldn't, and they reversed themselves.It was really strange.'Kristiana sat down with her son, Stephen when he was seven and explained what was happening, promising to still do dad things and to always be there for him.

Kristiana, now a radiographer at Tunbridge Wells hospital, said: 'We're renewing our vows on August 17 and we both get to wear the dress this time.'It's a blessing and a celebration of the 60-odd people that are invited, saying thank you for the support as we're so thankful.'Something which could have torn us apart, actually brought us together.'Kristiana, 49, left school at 16 and spent most of her life in the Royal Navy, serving in the Gulf War, but left in the mid-90s and soon met her future wife.I also talk about how black women on the whole hate black children, hence the ridiculously high abortion figures amongst black females when compared to other races of women.A black child is 5 times more likely to be aborted in the womb than a white child.Most people have tasted the bitter attitude and the contentious, belligerent and combative spirits that dwell in the overwhelming majority of black women today.Lastly, Negro Wars calls out those who cosign black women’s dysfunction and fail to check them on their destructive antics, namely the pro black, hotep, black nationalist, back to Africa, red black and green squads who have now decided to bestow upon the black woman titles such as “god” and “queen”.