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The Elite Non-Blacks Don't Want Black Men with Their Women

Have you been paying close attention to racism at work in plain view these days? From the racist attitudes, statements and political cartoons of President Obama to the hidden messages of recent movies that have been allowed to come to the big screen, do you get the feeling that certain groups are just plain tired of black folk?

I saw an advertisment recently for the movie Obsessed starring: Beyonce Knowles, Idris Elba, Ali Larter, Jerry O'Connell, and Christine Lahti. Although the movie came out last year, its now available for order on cable or watch on satellite that is the reason for the rise in marketing again. As I type if you put simply the word "obsessed" in the Yahoo search engine, the movie comes up as number one. If you haven't seen the movie, I won't be giving any specific details other than the general things you already heard. The movie is about an African American asset manager, played by Idris Elba, who has just received a huge promotion. He is married to a beautiful black woman played by Beyonce. But when a temp worker, played by Christine Lahti, starts stalking the manager, his once happy life takes a wicked turn.

Now on the surface the movie seems harmless enough; however, I challenge you to think a little deeper. Hollywood couldn't find a better screenplay for blacks, whites, and others to enjoy besides a white woman stalking a black man? We had already seen movies similar to this and countless others, didn't we? I mean I understood why Beyonce would play the part since she crosses color lines and is a brand all by herself, but really? A movie about a white woman chasing after a black man, hmm? What was Hollywood really saying to us when they allowed Beyonce and her dad Matthew Knowles to walk through the door and produce this? I will tell you the message they were sending in just a minute, but let me further speak on this issue of racism to illustrate my point.

When we look at the following: recent problems in Haiti and issues that still exist in New Orleans, President Obama (who was once loved by all now being hated by many,) the beatings still received by black men in the hands of the cops, the many blacks unemployed or laid off first (or close to first) due to company downsizing, and much more, you can't overlook the prevalent racism that still exists. The elitist are tired of blacks. They are everywhere and in their eyes they see us as nothing more than cockroaches that need to be exterminated along with some of the other races out there ie.) Mexicans.

So what does all that have to do with a simple movie like Obsessed? Well maybe to Beyonce and her dad it was just a great movie and even to you too, but the deeper meaning, the one that you would have to see if you were a very rich white man belonging to a group with very deep pockets, is in the movie. White men are tired of black men procreating with their white women!

The next generation, the New World Order, was not envisioned to be a world of light brown or brown skin people. They saw a white powerful nation, not a colored one. If a black man keeps procreating with a white woman that means more interracial babies mixed with an intellect that they still very much believe is incapable of being intelligent, but then again maybe not, "We can't afford to have any more black leaders!" I can hear a racist yell while kicking the television.

What better way then to send a message to the public, especially ignorant black people who soak up whatever they see or hear on television and radio like a sponge, "Stick with your own kind!" What Beyonce and others who were a part of that movie didn't know is that there was a bigger message behind the message and that is the only reason why a mediocre storyline made it that far. "This movie isn't special, but if we put a big name entertainer in it, the message will go farther! Yeah okay, lets go ahead and let it run. Its no Oscar winning movie, but it sure will help us with our message." some of the Hollywood elite most likely said.

While watching the movie, how many black women said, "Get that white b*tch!" When the fight scene took place? If you said, "Oh I said it!" Then you fed into what those in power wanted from you -- "Keep your black man at home with you! Fight for him!" From the poor black woman with her no good man all the way up to the independent black woman with her rich husband, the elite want you blacks to stay together! They are tired of the black man wandering around town making babies with all sorts of women who only later apply for some kind of state aid to care for the babies he won't claim. They are tired of the black man leaving his black wife for a white woman. If it means that they have to send a subliminal message to us black folks that white women are crazy, then whatever it takes. Just so long as you get the message and stay clear away from their white women!

As for me, I have reached a point in my life that I could care less what any race does, because I have no agenda, I am not a part of a group, and I don't subscribe to anything but a Supreme Being that I connect with in a way that man has no say so over!

Stay tuned...I will be bringing you my thoughts on those mega church leaders and how they play a part in all of this new world mess one day!

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