The Truth That Traumatizes ‘Blacks’
When it comes to so-called black people, there’s one inescapable truth and it is they exist to be victims. Their self-esteem may be found in melanin, but they find their value in claiming the highest rung of immiseration.
Those who identify as such may contest what I’ve just said, but they cannot disprove it by their behavior and hebephrenic emotional adherence to same. In brief, those I reference live their lives as victims. Victimology is the agreed upon mentality that gives valuation to their existence.
Heaven forbid anyone dares to say the lid that covers the trash can of their existence, which is responsible for keeping them oppressed doesn’t exist. The lid according to them and the chieftains of the plantation they’re emotionally confined on is racism.
This is particularly evident on college/university campuses today, which are the equivalent of the minor leagues for those who will advance this demonic theology into politics and other careers.
This was evidenced yet again, when LTC Allen West gave a speech at University of Buffalo on April 7, 2022, titled “America is not Racist – Why American Values are Exceptional.” That was all it took for the jeremiads and reminders of the endless agonizing torture of being “black in America,” to begin.
The truth that these people are loath to accept is what they really suffer from has nothing to do with the fallacious idea that America is racist and committed to oppressing the so-called black man. What they suffer from is a satanic induced variant of solipsism, i.e., an extreme form of egocentrism intended to focus attention on self so as to garner pity and guilt-based accouterments viewed as entitlements based upon the myth of societal inequality.
Allen West is my longtime friend and even if he were not, I couldn’t find fault with what he said. However, for these impractical and asphyxiatingly ignorant excuses for pursuers of knowledge, Allen’s factual statement was cause for protest and disruption.
During Allen’s speech, they preened about with signs. One sign read, “Black lives matter.” You know that’s a damnable lie, because if said lives mattered instead of protesting the truth LTC West spoke, they would be protesting the industrialized extermination of their children by abortion. A murder scheme I might add by which the very people they claim are the bane of their existence and oppressors, exterminate them. Another person carried a sign that read: “I’m black and I’m proud,” which was another damnable lie. Black is a crayon color, not a skin-color nor an ethnicity. The only model of behavior they represent is one of abject commonality and the rejection of modernity. Their chants of “no justice, no peace” further prove my assessment of their moral opprobriousness.
Their Pavlovian malcontent was as predictable as the actors were simian in appearance. Samiha Islam who is allegedly a sophomore statistics and human services major, claimed her participation in protest during LTC West’s speech was: “for the fact that racism is real and a part of our history and our current reality.” I would say her current reality is the problem, because it’s fantasyland.
The poor pathetic members of the school’s Black Student Union (BSU) were so traumatized that it was necessary for them to have “town hall” meeting several days after LTC West spoke at the school. Here note that LTC West’s speech and open Q&A afterward were not mandatory to attend nor were members of the BSU extended an invitation as such to attend.
The “town hall” meeting organized by the BSU was in reality nothing more than a mass session of manufactured complaint. The campus Graduate Student Association (GSA) issued a statement condemning LTC West for what they laughably called “anti-black hate speech.”
These are university students who at some point are expected to have involvement in their areas of domicile and employment. The question that begs an answer is what positive societal involvement can they provide?
It’s clear that the only acceptable dialogue they’re open to is one that reduces them to the lowest common denominator. They will argue to the contrary, but that’s because they’re too blind and/or ignorant to realize that’s what they insist being recognized as.
It’s stunning to realize what neo-Leninism has done to the minds and character of people in the melanin demographic. They fail to realize they’re the bane of their own existence. They’re the haters and antagonists. Their kind cannot be reasoned with on any intellectual level, because the inculcation of inferiority has been so thorough. They’re wholly given over to rage and hatred.
They’re a people who curse Christ as the “white man’s God,” but they boast of being spiritual. They argue their children do not get a fair chance, but they omit that 77 percent of their births are to single women. Additionally the majority of these women have limited marketable employment skills sufficient to dictate family supportable incomes.
There are over 330 million Americans, but instead of recognizing themselves as part of the majority, i.e., Americans; they reduce themselves to identifying as a ‘minority,’ foolishly ignoring the fact that melanin content isn’t a nationality nor an ethnicity. They complain of police killing the thugs in their neighborhoods, but who shot their heroes like Malcolm X, Notorious B.I.G, Tupac, Houdini, Charizma and Young Dolph?
Is it the police driving through the streets they live on killing their children or is it their own kind? Is it the police killing the young blacks in Philadelphia or is it those who look just like them?
I’ve said it before; I’m not a crayon color nor was I raised to view myself as inferior. I’m a born-again Christian male. I’m not a minority; I’m an American. I went to college on merit, not on the quota system to a school I was unprepared for academically. Academically I was prepared to attend and excel at any college or university. I’m proud of that.
It’s beyond time America stops genuflecting to thuggery and accepting blame for the bad decisions and poor attitudes of those who embrace victimology as a culture.
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