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Pet or Friend? The Racist Hasn't Gone Anywhere

The ignorant, a non-black man or woman with a hidden anger/resentment toward African American women, men or both was taught by teachers with racist mentalities before him to seek out pets; rather than people.  If you go back in time, you will see how blacks were viewed as animals and not people.

"Of course, blacks are humans, have rights and live relatively decent lives," says the racist. "But remember, they aren't like us.  You saw the television shows, read the magazines even worked with those kind."  The racist warns, "They are sensitive people, many are angry so if you get one that makes you laugh and can help you with the bills, well I guess he/she is alright with me."

Blacks to the racists are pets.  They were "back in the day" and they still are!  The superiority complex hasn't gone anywhere!  But how can you tell the difference between a non-black with an issue with African Americans and one who doesn't (yet this person was raised or hung out with people who treated blacks unfairly)?  Take notice of how this person might treat everyone around his or her "pet," so to speak.

We all know how much non-blacks love their pets--sometimes more than people!  Some folks will let the pet kiss one in the mouth and eat from their dish.  The person will care for the pet, groom him, buy him his favorite treats, let him sleep in his or her bed, and arrange for travel with the pet.  As long as the "dog" (even some black men will refer to themselves as such) is loyal, doesn't stray too far away from home, bite his master, praises his owner/handler by coming when called upon, and being of some assistance, the pet is okay.  Now think of how this all plays a part in some of those industries we are told "...have the best can make good money" hmm or what about certain arranged interracial relationships and let's add even favorite church denominations.  The pet is still fetching and his master is still throwing some crap in the game!   

Now with this in mind,  check out how some black celebrities are displayed like some white mothers (not all of course!) doting over their black babies while using the children to draw media attention to one of their many projects.  It is considered a status thing in Hollywood to have a rainbow of children. This is also true when it comes to having a black man or woman with much money in one's inner circle.  He doesn't have to be a crowd favorite just so long as he or she is making someone or a group some money, taking care of the white man's daughter, and behaving himself, the entertainer will be seen in non-black elitist circles and welcomed.  But when the money runs out, then what?  When the black man or woman starts running his or her mouth, uh oh!

The elder racist and his offspring parade their pets around like they do their dogs, cats, and whatever other pet they show off!  Like pets, blacks have restrictions in certain circles, industries, organizations, and more--yes even to date--so don't be fooled!  If you don't look for the cardinal rules, you don't see them.  If you don't feel uncomfortable, you don't know they are there.  But to the black who is being used, abused, and displayed in front of non-black family, friends, associates and others, he doesn't realize he is someone's or a group's pet until he starts pushing back.  When he stops being cooperative, generous, going along with the status quo, and not properly executing the commands of the non-black, racist woman or man, he realizes, "I am nothing more than a show boat monkey!"

"You didn't articulate well, you sensitive black.  You didn't make us laugh.  You stopped doing for us.  You got all emotional and disrespected your master one too many times!  You didn't help with our project!"  The closet racist says. He is happy that once again his point has been proven.  "You can't work with those people!" while he claims he is not a racist because he said that (sigh).

So how does one move from being an obedient pet to simply a human being who has earned the title, "friend."  He or she stays true to his or herself!  Let me repeat, stay true to who you are!  There is no changing your personality to appease anyone--racist or not.  You don't play the game of acting one way with those who are non-blacks such as being honest, easygoing, and showing them love and respect, yet acting disrespectful and downright rude with people who look like you especially when they expose you on your foolishness!

Many people, regardless of skin tone, respect "the ghetto" of a man or woman whether they are black, white, red or yellow, because there is no act with them--they are real people with real feelings who speak truth even if it hurts!  Others will respect the affluent, so-called proper speaking,because despite not sounding like those who he or she grew up with, this person has adapted to his or her environment--the act is long gone.  One who once put on a show has now made "the act" his or her reality even if some of us don't agree with all the European decorating that goes along with it to hide one's black features, but I digress.

The prejudice man or woman, who has been brainwashed by parents who grew up when African Americans used black bathrooms and whites used white bathrooms is still alive and well--they haven't died yet neither did their beliefs.   The old man or woman is still training his or her team to find the black person with the butler or housekeeper mentality that "will make you laugh, come up with some good money-making ideas," who follows instructions whether ethical or not, and recruits others to make the leadership money and a lot of it!  You think blacks showing up on the silver screen in subservient roles is nothing more than happenstance!  Non-blacks know these type of blacks are practically extinct--it's time to recruit some new pets! 

The retired racist will tolerate the black entertainer, the black boyfriend/husband, even the black life insurance man, or any one else who is of African decent seated at his table and breaking bread with the family.  However, when he has had enough of staring at that "Negro, black, Afro American, or colored," he knows how to send the black woman or man on his way.  In his mind, he is weary of the "circus" act.  This is the reality folks, soif you are offended, then good--Obama is on his way out, so you better wake up especially if you are an African American in a fresh leadership position!  The key to staying in anyone's family, organization, company, or seated at his or her table is once again to be true to yourself even if it might cost you everything that you have!  There will be no leash placed on the pet--we are called to be FREE, mentally, physically and spiritually!

As mentioned before, former pets end up being friends because they win the respect of others.  They don't play head games for selfish gain ie.) like some black men and women who date whites in the hopes of gaining some material wealth do (and you all know who you are)! 

True friends honestly show love to others without hidden prejudice.  They genuinely care for others and aren't afraid to speak truth!  They make sacrifices of time and money for those in need.  Isn't that what true friendship is really about?  Don't be anyone's pet no matter how much they pay you!

Nicholl McGuire

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