‘I Feel the Presence of The Lord’  

"I Feel The Presence of The Lord" is a personal collection of devotions intended to encourage the reader to seek and see the Lord in every aspect of their life.
The enemy of our souls would have us subscribe to the mentality of being endlessly busy, and therefore it being excusable to relegate God to a Sunday morning church service, if that. Thus, many in our churches today are powerless Christians and/or Christians in whom faith and fellowship with God is sorely wanting.
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Will The Real Black Sellouts Please Stand Up

With the ever present cacophony of shrill orthopterans, who pervert Martin Luther King’s call for the same unencumbered opportunity for blacks as for whites to one of lowered expectations without accountability – it is only fair to compare what he said juxtaposed to the reality of today.

Upon receiving the Nobel Peace Prize in 1964 Dr. King said: “I am mindful that only yesterday in Birmingham, Ala., our children, crying out for brotherhood, were answered with fire hoses, snarling dogs and even death. I am mindful that only yesterday in Philadelphia, Miss., young people asking to secure the right to vote were brutalized and murdered.Forty years later, the polar opposite is the case. It is not police with fire hoses and dogs who bring misery and death, rather it is the vicious crimes perpetrated by blacks against other blacks who are trapped in multigenerational wastelands of self-imposed poverty.”

Just 36 years later, August 27, 2000, Richmond, VA. Chief of Police Jerry Oliver said: “Today it is not the Klan riding through our neighborhoods killing our men and raping our women. It is our own neighbors depriving us of our civil rights, and it is our own leaders who seem preoccupied with blaming cops, the system and everyone else.” 

In January, 2004, Philadelphia, Miss., was a bustling community of 7,300, the president of the Board of Supervisors was black, as was the fire chief and alderman. There were (and still are) black administrators, teachers, police officers and professionals. King died too soon.

In 1960, Dr. King said: “Only 7.8 percent of the Negro students in the South are attending integrated schools this year, a hundred years after our emancipation from slavery. At this pace it will take 92 more years to integrate the public schools of the South.” Here again, Dr. King did not live long enough to see the inclusion of blacks into every facet of the educational landscape.

A question: How long will it now take for black students to end the detestable practice of self segregation? An observation: How misguided the black student who accepts the idea that striving for academic excellence is to be equated with being “white,” when in actuality it is equipping oneself with the best possible chance for economic success. I believe King would have told them to look in the mirror – for it is there they will find the man most responsible for their ills.

The Obama, woman who sees herself as beautiful, enthralling and the most brilliant woman on earth, unless you ask Hillary, told black students to not aspire to corporate jobs or strive to be attorneys and doctors. She told black students to become social workers and school teacehrs. Perhaps she instructed them not become lawyers because that would require them to: A) obtain a law license; B) Not be forced to surrender their law license, as she was forced to. But, I’m digressing.

“We must have freedom now. We must have the right to vote. We must have equal protection of the law,” said Dr. King after a march on the Alabama state capitol. Yet today – despite unparalleled advancement – the Congressional Black Caucus, the NAACP, the Obamas, Jacksons, Sharptons et al would tell us that America is fundamentally flawed; that it purposefully excludes great numbers of blacks because of their color. But questions need answering before one accepts their premise.

First, if blacks are being excluded, how did “something”, I mean “someone” as unqualified as Obama, who paid millions of dollars to have all pertinent information regarding his academic background sealed, become president?

How does one reconcile the litany of blacks participating in every aspect of America’s opportunities? How do they substantiate their claims of exclusion and racism, when they themselves live in gated communities and gilded townhouses, while sending their children to the most elite private academies and universities? Was/is it white racists who mimicked Justice Janice Rogers Brown? Was/is it white racists who are teaching children to hate Justice Clarence Thomas?

Why are those like former cocaine dealer and FBI informant Al Sharpton, not marching and protesting an avowed racist like billionaire Democrat presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg, who thinks he can buy the presidency? Why did failed politician Stacey Abrams take five million dollars from Bloomberg; a racist who openly says blacks and Hispanics are disruptive workers with no social graces? (See: Mike Bloomberg in 2011: ‘Enormous Cohort’ of Young Black and Latino Men ‘Don’t Know How to Behave in the Workplace’;Geller Report Staff; 2/18/2020)

The empirical evidence is that Bloomberg is a racist who as mayor of New York had no concern for the great numbers of black and Hispanic children dying and suffering devastating illnesses from the lead paint in the slums in which they were forced to live. When confronted about doing something, Bloomberg talked “about how lead poisoning rates used to be even higher and how Neanderthals adapted to it, implying that this wasn’t a significant problem.” When continually pressured about whether he would enforce laws regarding mandated cleanup, his flippantly on a February 6, 2004, radio show said: “I mean, if we have to enforce the law, we will enforce the law. “That’s democracy. You have to do it whether you agree with it or not. It is very sad.” His “I’d just as soon not” attitude was undeniable. (See: Michael Bloomberg Has a Toxic Legacy on Lead; Alexander C. Kaufman; Mother Jones; 12/22/2019)

Bloomberg’s low opinion of black and women were reportedly on full display in when he berated and humiliated a white employee who was having trouble finding a nanny shouting at the woman: “It’s a f**king baby! All it does is eat and sh*t! It doesn’t know the difference between you and anyone else! All you need is some black, who doesn’t even have to speak English, to rescue it from a burning a burning building.” (Michael Bloomberg Allegedly Told New Mom To Find ‘Some Black’ For A Nanny; Sarah Boboltz; 2/15/2020)

And yet these self-professed carers of the so-called black condition; these pimps of America hates black people, are taking Bloomberg’s money hand over fist.

I find it interesting, in a nauseating sort of way, that somehow this conversation doesn’t grace the mouths of these elapids during black history month as they adorn themselves in angry faces and jeremiads decrying how white America is keeping the black man down.

I find it also interesting that while people Stacey Abrams and Al Sharpton berate white people in America, they grovel at the feet of Bloomberg has unambiguous contempt for blacks; Hillary Clinton who refers to blacks as “f**cking niggers; and Bill Clinton who will not even recognize his black child who is now an adult.

It’s not white America keeping blacks down. It’s Fabian Democratic Socialists like Bloomberg and his liberal white cronies.

Mychal Massie

About the Author

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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