‘I Feel the Presence of The Lord’  

"I Feel The Presence of The Lord" is a personal collection of devotions intended to encourage the reader to seek and see the Lord in every aspect of their life.
The enemy of our souls would have us subscribe to the mentality of being endlessly busy, and therefore it being excusable to relegate God to a Sunday morning church service, if that. Thus, many in our churches today are powerless Christians and/or Christians in whom faith and fellowship with God is sorely wanting.
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America Is Not A Cauldron of Racism

Let’s stop tiptoeing around the unimpeachable facts. Not enough people want to talk truthfully about the weaponization of skin color. No one wants to tell it like it really is. The global body politic either supports these affronts to civility or are afraid of them.

George Floyd has been globally canonized, but the cacophony of silence from the same people and media eulogizing him speaks volumes regarding the murders of little children in Chicago.

The one politician to call these minions spawned from hatred and damnation for what they are, was the late Daniel Patrick Moynihan, (D-NY).

In his argument calling for “Benign Neglect,” Moynihan spoke with the truthfulness of a right fist to your face from Mike Tyson at the peak of his career: “The social alienation among the black lower class is matched and probably enhanced, by a virulent form of anti-white feeling among portions of the large and prospering black middle class. It would be difficult to overstate the degree to which young well educated blacks detest white America.” (See: Memorandum For The President; The White House Washington; January 16, 1970; pages 5,6)

Moynihan preceded the above paragraph by saying: “With no real evidence, I would nonetheless suggest that a great deal of the crime, the fire setting, the rampant school violence, and other such phenomenon in the black community have become quasi-politicized. Hatred – revenge – against whites is not an acceptable excuse for doing what might have been done anyway. This is bad news for any society, especially when it takes form, which the Black Panthers seem to have adopted.” (Point 5 Social Alienation; page 5) Well my friends, we certainly have the proof today.

The barbarous incivility of people using skin color as a weapon to divide and blaspheme is aided and abetted by the indigestible blindness of those who are washing and kissing the feet of troublemakers who hate the America you and I love.

This is terminal stupidity and it promotes no positive outcome. The loathsome Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) had the audacity to shake her finger standing on the floor of the United States Congress, saying that Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a mandate from her kind giving notice that it was: “Time for the American people to pay us, [i.e., blacks] what you owe us.”

Pressley then launched into the familiar refrain of this is because of the “centuries of institutionalized oppression” blah-blah-blah.

Pressley reeks of sulfur and ashes from the pit of hell. Only a dyotropic inquiline would besmirch the people and country that are making her a millionaire Negress. She should be reminded that the very Americans she brands as racist are responsible for her being in office. It’s the same country that she condemns as oppressive and racist that reelects her to office. She can condemn America for making poor congressional choices, but not for being racist when blacks continue being elected.

Think about it for a moment. Just how racist can America be, when the people of America elect antagonistic malcontents and pernicious calumniators like her who exhibit two qualities: 1) Blame America, i.e., white people; and 2) hate America. If America were the cauldron of racist immiseration Pressley and her buddies claim, she wouldn’t be in office.

Black Lives Matter is a laughable name since BLM is best described as a white domestic terrorist group using “Black” in their name to further exploit blacks. All they have to do is showcase a few tokens like Pressley. For her part, Pressley and those like her betray America for enough money to live life large.

Pressley and her kind are once again advancing the call for reparations. But reparations aren’t going to do any more for people than the hundreds of millions of dollars skin-color athletes make, waste and retire from professional careers completely broke. Reparations aren’t going to stop the athletes who are battering women. Reparations are not going to stop the violence in the inner city. Reparations aren’t going to end the destructive pattern of single women having children they cannot afford who are then condemned to fatherless households.

Look at the number of these tragic human beings receiving taxpayer tuition and athletic scholarship dollars for free education who are now accusing their coaches of being racist. Would they be strutting on the campuses of the most expensive and elite campuses in America if the schools and coaches were racist? Especially since statistically speaking, the chances of them raping a female classmate, beating up a classmate, stealing and/or getting busted for drug possession and/or dope-dealing is significantly greater than them making it to a professional sports team.

Will reparations sate their hatred? Will reparations end black women from being sperm repositories for every Tom, Dick, and Idiot who comes along with enough manual dexterity to get them pregnant and chew gum?

There comes a time when the best thing that can be done for a person(s) is to let them suffer the ramifications of their poor decisions. We cannot continue to saddle innocent Americans with the responsibility of paying for their irresponsibility.

I’m not trying to be nice; I’m being truthful. Is the murder rate in Chicago the fault of white police officers? Are the results of generationally bad decisions the fault of white police officers?

The so-called plight of people who place more value on being a crayon color than being a functional member of society was and remains the goal of those who value blacks only for political objectification.

Mychal Massie

About the Author

Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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