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Black Racism Is Mental Disorder

March 7, 2014

I am reaching the conclusion that just as liberalism is a mental disorder so, too, is the reflexive apoplexy of many blacks who are quick to accuse whites of being racist. The majority of blacks in America today need to take a strong regard of themselves in the mirror. They must ask themselves how well they are being served by self-inflicted victimology, self-segregation, self-limiting behavior, and a rejection of modernity. They must ask themselves how the aforementioned behaviors make them feel.

[box type=”tick”]Black Americans as a near whole are the angriest people both individually and collectively that there are in the United States, if not in the world. [/box] And the primary causal factor of their angst is what nebulous white people are doing to them. The tragedy is that it’s not the whites; it is they who are holding themselves back. But in the case of victimology, there must be an oppressor because without same there cannot be a victim. Specific to that point, without white scapegoats their anger would have to be turned toward themselves. Without whites as scapegoats they would have to face the truth that they are their own worst enemy. They would also be forced to face the truth that the very liberals they support are committed to eroding the fabric of their future families.

[adsanity id=8405 align=alignleft /]There is no more transpicuous example of this than Alabama state legislator Alvin Holmes (D-Montgomery). Black unborn children are being murdered at a rate second to none in the United States. It is well documented that the most dangerous place for a black child is in his/her mother’s womb. In New York City, more black children are murdered by abortion than are born in a calendar year. As a percentage of all abortions in New York City black unborn children comprised 42.4 percent. In five-county Philadelphia, PA area in 2001 (if my memory serves me correctly), there were approximately 9,800 black children born; there were approximately 9,250 black children murdered by abortion.

Every day nearly 2,000 unborn black children are murdered by abortion. And those numbers do not address the harm to the psyche of the young girls and women who are being permanently scarred emotionally and physically as they have abortion after abortion after abortion. Those numbers do not address the damage from botched abortions. Those numbers do not address the moral bankruptcy of a people as a near whole who have descended to the depths of Erebus and in doing so have become desensitized if not immune to the grievous behavior they are practicing.

Holmes, a black representative who has had office since 1974, would be quick to pontificate on the injustice perpetrated upon individual blacks in his lifetime. He would be quick to pontificate pursuant to that being the reason he sought office. He would also be quick to pontificate that as a representative of the people he is fighting to obtain justice for blacks specifically.

That being said, what plausible reason can Holmes have for supporting the abhorrent victimization and murder of unborn black children? Why does he support the very groups dedicated to the extermination of his so-called people?

In the face of the staggering numbers I listed above, Holmes, rather than fight to preserve his so-called people, played the race-card, instead of supporting a legislative bill that would not just save the lives of children in Alabama, but specifically would save the lives of countless unborn black children in Alabama.

The bill, which passed in Alabama’s State House, prohibits abortions in the state once a heartbeat can be detected, which is typically around six weeks. Holmes, being without cogent argument to defend his support for the murder of black children, accused white Republicans in the House of supporting the bill while knowing they would force their daughter to have an abortion if she were to become pregnant by a black man.

The repugnancy of his unfathomable accusation not withstanding, it would logically seem that he would support the bill to stop that from happening. And I am certainly not remotely suggesting I agree with his foolish accusation.

But Holmes didn’t stop there. He polled whites in the House, demanding of one of the state legislators pursuant to whether or not she would force her daughter to have an abortion if she became pregnant with a black child. The state legislator assured Holmes she would not force her daughter to murder her child regardless of the color.

Consider, if you can, what the core being of a person such as Holmes must be like. Imagine what the continuing reelection of Holmes since 1974 says about the people who support him. These are the people who are the most disaffected, yet they are the ones who reject modernity and blame whites for their ills and shortcomings with a readiness reserved for starved animals in the wild.

My God, my God, what hath Satan done to the minds of these lost souls? My God, my God is it too late for them? As Paul said, “But after [their] hardness and impenitent heart treasurest up unto [themselves] wrath against the day of wrath and revelation of the righteous judgment of God.” (Romans 2:5)[adsanity id=11817 align=alignleft /]

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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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