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How Has This Helped Blacks?

October 10, 2012

If you are some three-toothed dimwit who sleeps in the sewer or in caves in the outback of the northwest and has swastika tattoos, and believe that whites are God’s chosen people, I can assure you–responding to what I’m about to say through the prism of chromosomes that are created in the wombs by fathers and brothers marrying their first cousins and sisters, spare us, you will not be welcome. I’m not writing what I’m about to write to give inbred cromagnons an opportunity to showcase their deficiencies. We already know what you are and nothing will change our opinion.[quote style=”boxed” float=”right”]I demand you tell me how following Farrakhan, Jackson, and Sharpton has improved your lot. I demand you tell me how self-segregation and race-based affirmative action have solved your problems and given you the inspiration to achieve based on meritocracy?[/quote] It’s 2012, slavery ended in 1865 and Jim Crow followed years later in the early 1960s. And here’s a news flash–Martin Luther King, and those who shared his belief in the Constitution, did not suffer the slings and arrows they did to have blacks today behave in ways that are antithetical to civil society.

Where have bitterness and blame gotten you? Where have rage and anger gotten you? Where has your contempt for modernity and civility gotten you? Where has blaming white people for the ills that have befallen you at your own hands gotten you?

I demand you tell me how following Farrakhan, Jackson, and Sharpton has improved your lot. I demand you tell me how self-segregation and race-based affirmative action have solved your problems and given you the inspiration to achieve based on meritocracy?

You are quick to call those of us who make our own decisions, and who determine our own course, house niggers, sell-outs, and Uncle Tom’s–but I ask you, who are the ones, that are truly imprisoned on plantations who rob you of ambition and turn you against civility?

Look at your neighborhoods. It’s not the white man who is keeping businesses and the opportunity that comes with same, out of your neighborhoods; it is crime, drugs, violence and a lack of skilled workers and/or workers with marketable employment skills that are keeping them out.

Call me names I do not care. Call me sell out I laugh in your faces. For I know what you are afraid to admit, and that is, that it is because I think for myself that I understand and embrace modernity. But you are the ones who make Bill Cosby’s television family a pejorative. Do you remember blacks calling successful blacks “Huxtables” that lived suburban lifestyles sans our entrails tied to the ghetto?

Look at yourselves. Ask yourselves is it the white man or you and your philosophy that hold you back? Is it white people raping your daughters and killing your sons? Is it the white man who’s driving through your streets in the expensive automobile purchased with the blood and futures of your children? Is the white man responsible for the mothers in your neighborhoods being turned out as prostitutes to support their drug habits? Is the white man responsible for your male children not graduating and filling the prisons?

The answers to all of the above direct the finger of responsibility right back at you.

The latest assault on modernity by blacks is the sub-human behavior directed at Stacey Dash because she has decided to support Mitt Romney. I ask you, what do the following insults say of those supportive of your mindset and who do you think it is that suffers because of same?

Following is from “Twitter Responds To Actress Stacey Dash’s Endorsement Of Republican Mitt Romney”:

Not long after, presumed Obama supporters began insulting Dash for her opinion, saying she isn’t “black” enough, several even asking if the actress would just “kill herself.”

One man wrote: “This hurts but you a [sic] Romney lover and you slutting yourself to the white man only proves why no black man married u @REALStaceyDash.”

As news of Dash’s treatment spread, however, First Amendment-lovers nationwide began voicing their support for the actress using the hashtag #ISupportStaceyDash.

Read more of the savage vitriol which blacks have stooped to in their criticism of Stacey exercising her right to form her own opinions at: http://www.theblaze.com/stories/twitter-explodes-after-black-actress-endorses-romney-as-the-only-choice-for-your-future/

Black people have been inculcated to be bitter and resentful of any black person who sheds the vestiges of the commonality most often associated with the lowest side of life. But my question to them is this: how has that helped you?

They can call me a liar. They can call me a sell-out. They can attempt to insult those blacks who realize the colors of America are “Red, White and Blue” not red, black and green. The revolution blacks should be struggling for is that revolution which finally frees their minds from the shackles of regressive and self-limiting behavior.

Many blacks will ridicule and malign me for that which I’ve written, but the evidence I will offer in support of my position is the vitriol and names I’m called for writing the truth. Consider as well the raw hatred exhibited toward Michael Jordan when he dared announce his engagement to someone who isn’t black.

Blacks are their own worst enemies. I’m not sure there has ever been a people more eager to be used and marginalized than blacks. The question I close with is–where have all of the handouts, double standards, etc., gotten them?

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Mychal Massie

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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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