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If the Slave Mentality Still Exists, then Where Did the Slave Master's Mentality Go?

Look around and you will see evidences of the slave mentality amongst the African American populace both on and off the Internet.  See the entertainers and listen to the words they say.  Have you ever read the lyrics of some of those so-called billboard top-charting artists?  Ignorance still abounds, my friends.  And so, if ignorance is still being perpetuated around the world, then where has the slave master gone?  He is still running the show, but using his mind, rather than whipping on a you know what's behind!

The slave master is in hiding--ruling from afar.  His pyramid is tall, his circle is deep, and you can't touch him or his family.  You aren't welcome at his dinner table unless there is something in it for him.  He is still a racist, a liar, a cheat, manipulative, and crazy!  His slave master mentality, inherited from his "great" relatives of yesteryear, has gone no where!  His DNA spreads like wildfire.  His wife and children keep his evil going, they do his bidding with smiles on their faces claiming, "Peace, peace!"  When in fact, it is "War, war!"  The slave master hasn't destroyed his plantation, he just moved it. 

Listen in on his conversation, whether he is in the form of a boss, husband, teacher, friend or foe, when he is amongst other slave masters.  Are you invited?    It doesn't matter that his wife/her husband is black and children are bi-racial, mulatto, intermixed...unless there has been a significant change in the bloodline, like ridding one's self of generational demonic influences from the past, the slave master mentality is still there.  And you wondered why some relatives were protective of the family bloodline by any means necessary.  Elders warned the youth in the family of what was to come and they didn't preach a Martin Luther King friendly kind of speech either.  They knew the slave master had an agenda and he didn't mind picking from the best of his litter to get his desires met. He dangled a carrot or two over decades and blacks and non-blacks took a bite.  But his agenda wasn't all-together good, so now enters the programming to make blacks butlers and slaves yet again-- have you noticed something off about some of the movies that have come out in recent years--a step back is it not?  "No more black empowerment, black pride, black president, black all-stars, black superheroes--no more," some of the white, rich and powerful say in so many words while many poor whites yell, "Agree!"  Have you looked at some of the comments on Youtube related to blacks?  So you know I'm not making anything up.  The racist rich say, "Yeah, let's get them married to their own kind (hence another movie), wearing a dress (disempowerment) or whatever it takes! Blacks are everywhere!"   

Ever wonder why some black people bend over backwards for non-blacks while they don't think much of their own people?  The slave mentality was perpetuated by an elder in his or her family that advised, "Do good with those white people and you get far in life," says a grandmother whose father was a slave.  "Blacks ain't got nothin'!  Ain't about nothin'! Move where dem white folks is and you will stay out of trouble!" says the son of a former slave.  Now if these advisements are easy to understand, and you know or knew of a few people like this in your own family, then think about this, if the slave mentality is still being pushed in your own family, then what do you think is going on in a non-black family whose family history had a few slave masters in it?

There is more to why some blacks and whites hate interracial relationships.  Why some blacks are disturbed about predominately white organizations and distrust those who "just love dem some white folks," while running from so-called white religion, because they see the slave master's mentality rise up when around people like this.  These people exude a controlling, oppressive, and possessive spirit!  Something doesn't look or smell right about some of them. 

Why would a black mother push her sons to date white women or a black father tell his black daughter to attend a predominately white university?  It isn't because they want them to have only the best, at least so they think, but it is because somewhere in their backgrounds of ignorance someone told them, as I have said in another blog entry, "That white is right."  The young man doesn't recognize the brainwashing put upon him by others.  The young lady doesn't realize that her choices have been influenced by her parents.  They go along with programming!  They make programming a part of them.  They look at what's around them and see everything that is "ugly, wrong" and overlook what is beautiful and right.  If master says, "Ugly!"  It doesn't matter it is what it is.

The slave recognizes his master, listens to his master, and does what is best for his master.  Somewhere in his DNA, he knows his master's voice.  If his master says, "Now slave, we must embrace all peoples, it's time." He says, "Okay, master I will love dem all."  If the master says, "Serve my god, he is going to meet your needs..." The slave will say, "Okay, I will not only serve him, but I will believe in whatever you say, because you are like God!"  Then later the gullible, unwise fool learns that what he thought was a righteous God was nothing more than a false god who was more interested in keeping him a slave.  We all have access to the Holy Bible, but there is also a Holy Ghost that can provide truth, so why do the so-called spiritual fail to recognize him too?  They rather worship the slave master and believe in all his promises while using hard-earned money to further his agenda.

Why are some covert racist, white people, who carry that slave master's spirit, so protective of a black person/mate/friend/worker in their circle?  Why are these same people so dependent on their black help?  Why would some threaten, hurt, or deal with blacks so harshly as compared to others who are non-black?  Why steal ideas/thoughts/writings/property from a black person?  Think about it, a slave master's mentality is about owning his property, protecting his property, training his property, keeping his property with him, and expecting his property to do, what?  Make money!  It doesn't matter if the black man is in a relationship with a non-black or working in corporate America with many non-blacks, if he doesn't produce in a way that a slave does (work from sun up to sun down) those with a slave master's mentality/a controlling spirit will sit him down to talk, before letting him go, bringing him back, letting him go, and all the while killing his spirit.  "You will listen...you will behave...you will do as I say...If it wasn't for me...I helped you...you owe me!"  Oh, some of us blacks got a little of that slave master's spirit that has yet to go, especially if you are all mixed up!  You can think like a white slave master on one day and then think like a black slave the next.

In your study of black history, you may have been bombarded with the slave mentality studies to the point that you can see an unwise black a mile away, he or she is forever loving all things not black, but what about the slave master, can you see him or her?  Maybe not as good as you should.  We live in a world that wants all of us to love all people (nothing is wrong with that).  But, I'm not about to love people with my eyes shut, and you shouldn't either.

If you don't know by now, the extremely prosperous of our land are the slave masters--white as well as black and everyone in between.  It is in their bloodlines to keep slaves in their place whether in an intimate relationship, at the workplace, in the church, civic group, military, jail, local bar, wherever with whoever!  As long as you drink, eat, be merry, and obey, you are alright with your master.  But write a letter exposing truth, have an eye-opening conversation that points out his or her flaws, visit with the slave master who may not like your kind, organize a protest, separate/break up/divorce, or do anything else that tells your handler, "I quit, I'm not working for or with you anymore!" Then look out!

What did slave master's do back in the day?  They beat their slaves, maimed them, raped them, kicked them off the plantation, took their mates and children away, cursed them, used other slaves to break them down, made them ill, murdered them--you name it!  So when a person warns you about certain people, don't be so quick to call them, "Ignorant!" when you don't know about the tribe you are so in love with!  Even the God in the Holy Bible, warned his people repeatedly about those rebellious tribes who served other gods.

My friend, the slave master hasn't died, he just moved off the plantation and multiplied.

Nicholl McGuire author of Laboring to Love an Abusive Mate and other books.

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