Religion And Political Correctness Used To Mask Racism
Liberals and the politically correct are ill-informed, duplicitous, dishonest hate-mongers who have absolute contempt for the truth. And while you’re thinking, “Gee, Mychal, tell us how you really feel,” let me point out that the two groups within the aforementioned I find most revolting are those who use religion as a tool to promote racism and those who consider themselves the politically correct.
Using religion as a pretense to attack me is what the operations manager from JC Bunch tried to do to me on Twitter this past Friday. She asserted, “America will reap the horror it has sown for its greatness and what you pride yourself on, you will also perish with.”
She continued, “Deny that America is founded on wickedness and you uphold their wickedness to spite Gods righteousness. America was founded on everything God said thou shall not do. Coveting, stealing, murder, rape, usery, lies. And you [meaning me of course] are helping to kill your sisters and brothers while promoting the pride and honoring of a wicked nation…Like Jeremiah, Ezekiel, Daniel, Hosea, Jonah and the other profits. I can offer you hope but you will not accept it. Mychal Massie your name has come before God and this is your judgement. I only lift up the righteous and what is good and of God. I can not comply in my heart with what is not. I do not want anyone to perish so I do speak. If I delighted in anyone perishing I could not be righteous myself.”
Oh, and let me not leave out that she is all about “Tikkun Olam,” which is Hebrew, and while it translates as “repairing the world” it, in reality, is a liberal social agenda.
I have no idea what set her off apart from the fact that she views me as being responsible for “helping to kill” my “sisters and brothers.” First of all, I’m an only child, so let me put that argument to rest right away. And, as I responded to her, my adopted brothers and sisters are those who do the Lord’s will, and that doesn’t include her.
What I want to focus on is her usage and pretense of Godliness to promote racial discord, animus, and antipathy. It is necrophagous ghouls posing as the informed who prey upon the deadened minds of those who have been inculcated with victimology. She fosters immiseration and then prostitutes herself as having the cure for same.
We cannot simply ignore people such as her because she is not only misleading people, but also she is knowingly attempting to destroy the fabric of our country. It is incongruous that with black-on-black crime being as it is, and abortion being the number one killer of blacks, she attacks me for being harmful to black people.
I find it interesting that she made no mention of what it was I had said that set her off. She was simply upset that I said it.
Which brings me to “[email protected]” a politically correct, petulant, little child, also on Twitter, whose political incorrectness prevented him from calling me the names he wanted and, being deprived of the ability to engage in the type of insult his kind would have used during Jim Crow, he was left to try to match wits with me in a grammatical debate. Realizing that was a fruitless endeavor, he resorted to the tried and true, politically correct tactic used by liberals: he accused me of using a thesaurus. When that failed to gain traction, he resorted to snide remarks and attempts at insult, but he was never able to fully speak his piece honestly, so he cloaked his true feelings in attempts to marginalize my intelligence.
This is the trick of politically correct liberals who are, as Ben Carson has rightly said, some of the most racist and bigoted people he has ever known or witnessed. They are the ones who have no trouble with persons of color as long as the persons of color are not their superiors intellectually. They can handle those they assignate as “minority” because it allows them to feel superior based on their variant form of white guilt. But the thing they absolutely cannot stand is a person of color who is their intellectual superior with a lexicon that exceeds theirs especially if that person is a conservative.
These are the two types of Erebusic malevolents who are doing injury to the fabric of unity and wholeness that We the People, I believe, truly desire to have. White, politically correct liberals are in their core beings, racists who assuage their consciences by allowing themselves to have black superiors in their work place. Because, as their reasoning goes, whites have denied blacks for hundreds of years so they give the appearance of magnanimity by concealing their true feelings. The elixir that makes those actions palatable for them is they believe themselves to be intellectually superior. A white, politically correct liberal once told me he would gladly “sacrifice” his seat to a black person with lower test scores so the black person could enter law school. His reasoning was that he could go anywhere but if he could help someone (read black) who was “disadvantaged it was [his] duty.”
One group is busy fostering antipathy and division using religion as the driving force while the other group is doing their level best to keep an educated black person in their place — which is why people like Maureen Dowd still today attack Supreme Court Justice Thomas. It is why Dr. Ben Carson stirs such visceral ad hominem attacks from them. It is certainly why I evoke such vitriol and anger from them. It is also why they, in the form of the mainstream media and liberal educators, promote anything that can be portrayed as white racism while avoiding the reporting of black-on-white crime like a harlot avoids working next to a police station.
We’re not the racists. Nor are we the ones working to marginalize and/or divide our nation. You and I are the ones who see the truth and who are intent on helping others see it.
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