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Watch Your Back Team Black

I'm taking this opportunity to write about something that affects African-Americans as well as those who are non-blacks.  Simply put, we must not act like children dangling candy in front of those who have none.  To be more specific, watch talking about President Obama before jealous, angry eyes who are unhappy with the fact that white wasn’t right this time or the last one.


Since moving from California to Georgia I have experienced some supernatural things, and I will tell you that some of the supernatural entities are actually spirits that were left behind from past injustices made against blacks. In Georgia, many residents are huge supporters of Republican candidates for more reasons than one, but the main one is because there’s a long history of old white men running government and non-whites aren’t well-received.  When I first moved down here, I felt an unwelcoming presence and also a deep sadness and in some areas I couldn’t look at the trees because of what I had learned about Georgia’s dark Jim Crow past.  To date, many of those people who lived back then still live today and not everyone is open to non-whites.  I attend a church that is gradually becoming more and more multi-cultural, but it is a challenge sometimes just sitting next to someone, much less talking to them, when you can see from eyes and mannerisms they don’t like you.  Hugging and talking to your neighbor is rarely encouraged in this church.

The day after the elections, I saw a vision of an older, dark skin, black man with large eyes appear before me while teaching.  He looked like he could've been from the 1800s because he was wearing clothing from that time period like something worn by male field slaves in the movie, Roots.  His attire was well worn and dirty.  He had his hat off standing before me while it hung down beside him in his hand.  I almost immediately assumed he was a slave from past photos I saw over the years of slaves.  Anyway, this individual stared at me with wild eyes from my doorway as I was recording one of my messages.  He observed from a distance as if he had something to say.  I wanted him to go away and asked the Lord.  The image flashed before my eyes and then left.  I felt nervous during the experience but didn’t stop recording my audio.

Later, that evening, I felt an urge to go to the computer and write. And the headline that I started to write was, “Don't tease the white people.” Prior to that moment, I had thoughts that came to mind of white people who were upset, short tempered and bitter about the recent election results. The thought came back to me again, "Don't tease the white people." I would not consider this a racist statement, but a warning. 

I would say that my perception of people tends to be accurate when it comes to racial issues and sometimes I get irritated when I see or hear about some event taking place that was racially motivated not by those who are oppressed but by those who consider themselves the oppressor.  The plan is usually to divide the people and conquer; however, plans were foiled by the racists this time.  So to have a vision of a slave come and somehow motivate me to write this piece in a state who houses many who voted for a candidate, not because they really liked him or his religion, but because he was simply a white man is for me phenomenal!  Many of our people voted for the black man for the same reasons.  They didn’t like him, his policies, or agreed with his so-called Christian religion either, but they too voted because he was simply black.  I saw evidence of this race-based behavior almost instantaneously on the night of the elections.   I watched television reporters and so-called experts, who had been very excited early in the night mention nothing about race, culture, minorities, etc.  Yet, as the night wore on, they gradually became increasingly irritated, frustrated and very unhappy when they knew their favorite candidate was not winning.  Soon after it was confirmed that their man had not won, the commenting started turning sour and many references related to race came out such as: “old white men,” “blacks” “latinos” and “minorities.”  

So this vision I had of this slave, I felt as if he was warning me to warn the people to watch what they say and to remember we have a blood thirsty enemy. I felt as if the slave was telling us that master was upset, so to speak, and that if we did too much bragging about a black man winning in that loud and cocky way we do before the wrong crowds, we were going to cause unnecessary problems for ourselves. 

Now I know some people are turned off by anything that looks like or sounds like Uncle Tom and I know some people would love to bury the memories of slavery and cannot fathom that any uneducated slave could in fact hold wisdom, but the reality is, the more things change the more they stay the same. As we can clearly see, even though blacks are doing much better than our ancestors, we must not sleep when it comes to a very real enemy who has never liked us, has a long history of being jealous of our spirituality, and never wanted us to be successes in life unless he (or she) could benefit.  So why give him an excuse to use his select minions to further attack us over braggadocios behaviors?

Watch your back, my friend, and don't be so quick to talk loudly or smile widely when it comes to discussing Obama with non-blacks.  Also keep in mind, those of you who are believers, our President has actually demonstrated before naive eyes of men and women and the Most High that he doesn’t mind being an abomination in front of millions in support of an Obama nation. Would have Romney been the better choice?  Absolutely not, he would have done nothing more than helped to further oppress those who didn't act, look like or have what he had.  

To God be the glory for his signs, miracles and awesome wonders!

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