Communism Holding Blacks Back: Not White America
If you’re a black who believes that Republicans are equivalent to the antichrist, that the tea party is the equivalent of the Klu Klux Klan and that American has done nothing but enslave and abuse blacks … if you are a black or white liberal who believes that the ills of blacks are the result of white racism, and that blacks are worse off today and that it’s because of corporate and governmental racism … or if you believe that the various areas of disproportionate black representation (e.g., imprisonment, the poorly educated, the underemployed) are proof positive of a racist, white hierarchy – you might want to sharpen your swords because what I’m about to say in this column is going to upset you more than my comment “Given the choice of saving an unborn child or saving a whale, I would choose the life of the unborn” upset a few of those best described as Josef Mengele’s daughters, masquerading as the enlightened, who see murdering the unborn as the highest act of womanhood.
There’s not much in the way of praise I’m prepared to acknowledge when it comes to the late FBI Director, J. Edgar Hoover. That said, I am today more convinced than at any time before that Hoover was correct to be concerned about the communist influence upon blacks when he learned Vladimir Lenin had said blacks were a revolutionary class people – albeit, I am so convinced for reasons separate from those of Hoover.
I believe Lenin was saying that blacks were ripe for exploitation by being converted into a revolutionary class – through intellectual corruption and a generational inculcation of victimology – that was/is intended to lead them further from the truth of opportunity that exists in America.
Communists prey upon dysfunction and anger, and where none exists, it is created and fomented. Leninism is built upon egalitarianism, class conflict and dialectical materialism, embroidered in a cheap synthetic fabric of social progress. And none have been led further astray and/or suffered more because of same than blacks. Communism was the perfect elixir to exploit downtrodden blacks easily blinded by resentment, ignorance and fear.
Communism took root amongst the black illuminati in the early 1900s, and there has been no more influential black revolutionary-minded orator of socialist dogma than W.E.B. Du Bois. He may not have officially joined the Communist Party until he was 93 years of age, but he embraced and espoused Communism his entire life. It was Du Bois who attended the National Negro Conference in New York, which led to the creation of the National Negro Committee. The NAACP was born out of the second meeting of this Committee. Du Bois, true to his Communist views, insisted upon the use of “Colored” rather than “Black” because “Colored” could be used to include dark-skinned persons everywhere – which was of significant importance if socialism was to reach the greatest number of those intended.
While black and white so-called civil rights supporters worked together to found the movement, it was the liberal white socialist-inspired who were the executive officers (i.e., white socialists pulling the strings). The genius of the Communist Party was to adapt itself specific to every environment and region where there were concentrations of blacks, by morphing into the Socialist Party of America. In the South they used civil rights, and I am prepared to argue that they used Dr. King himself. I am not subscribing to the damnable lie that Dr. King was a Communist – he was not. What I am saying is that Communists like Bayard Rustin, used stealth to lay the groundwork that would ultimately corrupt Dr. King’s movement after his assassination.
Rustin, who said that “blacks were ripe for Communists,” was instrumental in the formation of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and out of that group emerged the late Joseph Lowery and others, who mouthed complaints designed to stir the caldron of anger, victimology and rabid hatred for anyone who dares attempt to share the message of truth and life.
Constraints of space prevent me from sharing the full extent Communism is rooted into the lives and minds of blacks, but suffice it to say that it is staggering even to me. In my research, I have found that the leadership of many churches with predominantly or completely black congregations have either intentionally or unwittingly been converted to the socialist mindset, as has the leadership of black organizations, schools and civic groups.
There is a palpable resentment and rage infused into every predominantly black city. Anger is a constant companion – it permeates the air like cheap perfume. This anger is important when it comes to the socialist corruption of a people. It is the cup from which so-called black intellectuals, both past and present, drank/drink and use to promote socialism amongst the people under the banner of social progress.
Michelle Obama’s college complaints and thesis are representative of this. Read/listen to the verbiage that is employed by her, Obama and other of the so-called black illuminati – or, as W.E.B. Du Bois referenced them, the “talented tenth.” Their verbiage is raw socialism, and it is intended to stir the caldron of perceived social immiseration until it either boils over into the streets and/or they are successful in bringing down our form of government from within.
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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