The Democrat Party has empathized, supported, aligned with, marched with, and rallied the African American community for the past year. The promise from liberals and progressives alike was a racial reckoning. Over a year later, we have seen much talk but little, if any, legislative action and policy changes from Washington DC with regard to police reform, voting access/rights or reparations. The Democrat Party has not and cannot deliver on any of promises made pre-presidential election.
What I have repeatedly presented on this blog the true face of America. All the facts are known. The brutality and immorality of chattel slavery and the structural racism designed to keep Blacks in perpetual servitude is a documented fact. The Native American genocide committed by the colonist and white “settlers” in North American is a documented fact that is indisputable. There is effectively no recognition of responsibility or accountability by the US federal government for the heinous acts post emancipation during Reconstruction, Jim Crow, or since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. The wealth, health, education, employment, and incarceration disparities between African Americans and White Americans has been scholarly reviewed and confirmed. The only objective conclusion to draw from the historical facts since the founding of this country is that America wants to see Black Americans, particularly Black men, dead and gone.
Consciously or unconsciously, intentionally or passively, belligerently or psychologically manipulative, the goal is the same – to maintain wealth and power exclusively in the hands of White Americans by any means necessary and to do it under the law. Unfortunately for White America, the country was built on a lies and greed. A foundation of lies and greed will always, in time, crumble and fail unless a fundamental correction is made.
Lie #1: Blacks are not people, they are property.
Lie #2: Slaves were happy with their condition and were not brutalized enmasse.
Lie #3: America would have been successful without the free (forced) labor of Black people.
Lie #4: The wealth amassed by forced and under compensated labor is the inheritance of a superior people/race.
Greed: The depth of the unmitigated greed of the founders (all 13 original colonies) is demonstrated by the pervasive brutalization of the enslaved and the resulting fear of retribution that was voiced in writings at the time. The entire white population was mobilized to instill fear and commit heinous brutality on all those enslaved – children included.
Black people have several significant advantages in this fight.
The African American community – regardless of socioeconomic status - must determine if we are willing to burn the house down to build a better one on a solid foundation of truth and reconciliation. This is an important point. We have been using advantages 2 & 3 since 1964 to make collective gains in this country. Every one on all sides knows that everything accomplished to wield power is done out of the barrel of a gun (or some other offensive weapon). Now is the time to activate the African American citizenry to purchase and carry firearms at all times. Make no mistake, this is a high risk – high reward strategy. The pressure will build as more and more ordinary, law abiding Black people purchase firearms. The pressure from guilt and fear will continually rise until a decision is made to attack the Black community or make peace with the lies and greed of the past by demonstrating responsibility and accountability at the US federal government level.
Give me liberty or give me death!
When these words are proclaimed by an Black American, we are branded as criminals and treated as such. Do you want to die with dignity or a slow death over centuries. We don’t need to look far to see the slow death. Our Native American brothers and sisters are a living testament to the future of the Black community if we don’t take our future into our hands.
The Angry Man
We all know an angry man. It seems he always speaks with passion even when the words appear