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Saturday

Reaction to Things that Are Not Your Reality - Be Careful of Hater Programming from Elders

They are checking out year after year, our elders, seniors who have done much in their short life span from work to parenting.  Yet, they are leaving behind not peace, love, gentleness, kindness and other character attributes of light, but rather hate, mean-spiritedness, divisiveness, jealousy and even plans for future violence or civil unrest.

Consider this, believe in an angry, misguided, or an ignorant someone long enough and in time you are living a miserable existence.  Your dreams take a back seat to what your elders want for you.  Your relationship with someone special or marriage gradually comes to an end. Your economic status begins to plummet.  Your lifestyle changes to suit that person.  Your children are caught up in lies, exaggerations and confusion aided by what you choose to share with them from your revolutionist Cousin, player Uncle, hustler Mama, or pimp Daddy.
Children of darkness who know that their destiny is hell after physical death could care less about common sense, wisdom, and functional advisors.  Some won't consider or even believe that a God exists since they believe themselves to be their own gods.  The wayward in the faith falsely assume they will simply die with no judgment and no face-to-face encounter with their Creator after death.  These people are sadly mistaken!  You reap what you have sown in this life and afterward.  (Check the Holy Bible that your sin-filled elders either abused or ran away from for more explanation on heaven, hell and judgment).

Now this reacting to things that offend us or rather offend others is not always representative of our reality.  Sure, we might get angry over how others were or are treated, but take a pause before you lose your cool, "Is this really my fight?"  I mean we have a lot to be disappointed, upset or even confused about already just in our own daily living, so why take on more drama especially from others who lived a terrible past?

Years ago a relative shared how he was mistreated by white people.  He went into detail about the insults he had heard and explained why he would never support interracial marriage, trust white-dominated government, and how he would never consider any of them a friend.  He talked of putting on an act in the workplace and how he couldn't wait to retire.  His anger rubbed off on some of us and before long we were behaving like we had been mistreated by whites and other non-blacks.  We hadn't went through any "Colored Only" doors or sat in the back seat of a bus by force.  We had not experienced being chased by white people bragging about their KKK affiliation.  We had not encountered any mistreatment from the police.  So how was another's hate considered wise counsel?  The relative refused to support any of us mentally, financially, spiritually, etc. when our thinking began to differ from his.  We were walking in love, he chose to remain in his hate.  If anything, the relative became increasingly distant when we talked positively and exposed his misconceptions and bias.  He continued to talk negatively about us for making all kinds of decisions that had little to do with keeping up his hate he claimed was just enlightening us.


You see, you might be that one who has gone through much with so many people who don't look or think like you do, but your experiences are not mine and how you might view your life challenges most likely will be different from what I may reason from them.  Yet, an oppressive herd mentality keeps some of our people angry and ready to fight over foolish name-calling, threats, and systems that aren't always what we think they are especially when we are the ones keeping the word play and disempowerment going by hating on anyone or anything.  However, our mistreated predecessors and those currently scorned will tell us to think ignorantly like them and say this and not to do that--you can fill in what they told you lately about "those white people...and why they don't do this or that..."

The elders systematic unhealthy brainwashing does nothing more than keep us divided and in the long term destroys what little peace, love, and increase we have!  If you choose to permit a broken man or woman to continue to speak evil in your ears, treat you like he or she has been mistreated, and persuade you into supporting an organization or belief system based on their unresolved issues, you will become just as sick, if not more like that elderly relative failing in health.  The best thing you can do for yourself and members of your own family is to stand firm in a healthy belief system that progresses your family forward and establish boundaries for those who like to spread ignorant group think.  This ignorant group think has spread over decades in music, film, print, and more only producing carbon copies of people who are stagnant in wisdom, knowledge and understanding.  They are buffoons--silly, and foolish in their ways and so too are their children.  Yet, they wonder why they are generationally cursed by a mighty God.

While we talk about what non-blacks have done to oppress us, some of our people need to expose those in their own families and communities who continue to support destructive pride, prejudice and foolishness!

May the elder haters one day rest in peace.

Nicholl McGuire

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Sunday

Countless Racist Words, Statements - Live Chat, Streaming on Hurricane Videos

They are trolling sites, auto bots possibly at work too, racists with lots of negative comments about minorities during a tough time for all.  What's the purpose?  What's the name-calling supposed to do?  Fall for the rants of those who have nothing better to do than bad mouth black people and you will end up frustrated and paranoid.

For a long time the systematic plan to divide people has been taking place in every area of our lives from where we go online to what we do offline.  Someone or a group is formulating his or her ignorant opinions, observations, and more just to create tension, oppress others and protect what little he or she has from money to power.

Why should we care about what others type on the Internet or elsewhere?  We shouldn't.  Just like our predecessors didn't care what people thought about them walking through the front doors, sitting in the front seats, or being the first at whatever they set their minds to do, we shouldn't either.

Poor, broke, busted, and disgusted non-blacks will say just about anything during challenging times, because they aren't used to being on the bottom, but due to poor IQs, education, housing, and more, they are suffering, and when people are in pain, they strike out no matter how ignorant they look or sound.  May God deal with our enemies.

There is a lot going on during these hurricanes, but beyond them, there is land, opportunity and a lot of able-bodied workers and what do you think the government might do ya'll?  Put the once rich and the poor to work while robbing them blind.  The only color that those in power see is green!

Stay tuned.

Nicholl

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