Black Clergy Hatred
White liberals, especially those schooled in Ivy League settings are amongst the most bigoted, racist people on the face of the earth. There is simply nothing good that can be said about them. I should here inform you that contrary to prevailing thought, white Ivy League racists are not all Democrats. Some are Karl Rove, Paul Ryan, John Boehner, Bill Kristol et al.
Those of whom I speak are any person(s) who use black people to further their own self-serving objectives, with no intention of ever relinquishing the reins of power and control they have.
But, then you have the so-called clergy who are black and preach hatred. For the share volume of racist hatred and biblical ignorance none compare to many prominent so-called black clergy.
Everyone is familiar with Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton, Louis Farrakhan. Those who watch CNN, MSNBC and similar faux news programming are familiar with other so-called clergy who are black and espouse a skin-color divisive message. Every city has its share of blacks masquerading as clergy who preach hatred and lies.
Jesse Jackson, Al Sharpton and the usual array of skin-color pimps told blacks they weren’t really black unless they voted for Obama. Erebusic urchins of agitprop dressed in ill-fitting clothes that more closely resembled circus costumes were out in full regalia when it came time to force obamacare upon the nation. They all used tactics from the same playbook, i.e., telling blacks they weren’t real black folks if they didn’t support the damnable disaster that was prostituted as healthcare. And of course, every white person who even didn’t support Obama for the White House and/or support obamacare was a racist.
These tactics never change, because heretofore they worked. But, I submit that the reflexive genuflection to the idea of “not being really black” accusations isn’t having the same effect any more. But I’m getting ahead of myself.
The following pastor’s antics may be new to the nation, but I suspect his hatred is well known to the people in his area of Birmingham, Alabama – from which comes an example of using skin color as the bludgeon not necessarily to bully people into compliance – but to spread the animus of a hate-filled man using the mantle of The New Era Baptist Church to do so. The man I reference, who lord’s over this church is a pulpiteer whose knowledge and understanding of scripture is just enough to mislead the people he is supposed to be ministering and leading in “Truth.” Then again, the devil is very adept at misleading people by misquoting and misusing the Word of God. So it stands to reason his children would be similarly gifted.
The New Era Baptist Church marquee reads: “A black vote for Trump is mental illness” on one side and “A white vote for Trump is pure racism” on the other side.
The so-called pastor’s name is Michael Jordan. Apparently this Jordan has jumped high enough into the “air” to suffer brain damage caused by hitting his head on the basement ceiling.
Not surprisingly this person denigrates a place presumed to be intended as a house of worship to God, has doubled-down saying: “God motivates me to take a stand for what’s right. Read the bible; if they call me a racist, look in the White House. When you support Donald Trump, you support institutionalized racism.”
This man is stupid and filled with hatred born out of abject ignorance. From what I was able to research this hate-filled disciple of evil has also posted messages on the church marquee that read: “Black folks need to stay out of white churches” and “white folks refuse to be our neighbors.”
The tragedy isn’t as much the devil in the pulpit, as it is the people who blindly follow him and all those like him.
Under what authority does Jordan make such assertions? I challenge him to show me the Book in scripture with chapter and verse, that he is referencing as supportive of his heresy.
Jordan is a liar and truth is not in him. He preaches hate and no matter how he might try to spin it, God hates sin not the sinner; ergo, even if he were wronged by the white whites he regularly attacks, God doesn’t approve of his actions. And if that’s not true then neither is John 3:16 and neither is 2 Peter 3:9 in my King James Bible. If that’s not true than on what basis does Jordan pray the Lord’s Prayer, Matthew 6:12: “And forgive us our debts, as we forgive our debtors?” (KJV)
Jordan has found or perhaps bred, a willing congregation who themselves being ignorant of the Word of God are following him straight to hell. How does Jordan and those who follow him reconcile their words with Matthew 5:21-22 (KJV)? How does Jordan reconcile his words with Matthew 6:14-15 (KJV)?
The truth is they cannot; because that would mean they would have to prove that God carried a grudges; when in fact, even from the cross Jesus said: “Father, forgive them; for they knew not what they.” (Luke 23:34 KJV) In Matthew 18:32-35, Jesus makes clear what Jordan and all those like him can expect if they try to claim their hatred is justified.
I challenge Jordan and all who think as he does to explain what part of “The First Epistle of John” okays their rhetoric?
I have said it before, and I argue the same here also: “When it comes to blacks, there is no group of people who have so thoroughly embraced the lie that hatred is permissible, with the exception of Muslims.”
And in case Jordan didn’t catch my byline; My name is Mychal Massie and I am a born-again child of God and ordained minister, called to the ministry by the God. And I actually did study the Bible, including in its original languages. I may be blunt, but I do not mislead people away from God by preaching a false doctrine based upon skin-color hatred.
About the Author
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