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Avoid the Slave Hype this Black History Month

There is much to be learned from the past, but we don't stay there despite some non-blacks taking great pleasure to hold up a racist sign or two (a film, a poster, a group's ideology, etc.)  to remind us of what was and their hope of what they want to return.

Slave movies, slave books, slave propaganda, slave...slave...using the black man and woman's history to keep a populace under control.  "Obey your master...Listen to those who know more than you...Work that field...Clean that house...or else," the literature implies. 

Many blacks are guilty of keeping the ugliness of a slave mentality alive, thanks to brainwashing Public Relation teams, handlers, bosses, etc.--modern day slave masters.  These mentally sick blacks are chosen to be poster children of whatever twisted agenda non-blacks desire to promote.  These African American elites talk of what they love while never taking a stand on what they truly hate.  They share why they won't go here or there based on what someone else has told them to say.  Behind closed doors, like a slave, they tell others how they really feel about breaking bread with "those people" and why they would prefer not to be around this one and that one.   All the while loving their masters and all their ways and things more than his or her black self and family.  There excuse for wearing two faces always comes back to food, shelter, and money--sounds like a slave to me.

I can't tell you how many times I have witnessed blacks smile widely in the presence of white people and then show a half-hearted smile with their own families.  The black husband is all grins when the white woman compliments him.  The black wife is laughing loudly with her white girlfriends, yet eye rolls when her man or children come around.  What is going on?  Reminds me of some of those movies when blacks wore those teethe grins and bowed their heads as the white men and women would walk by.  Don't you think those non-blacks who grew up or heard about the so-called good ole' days enjoy getting ideas from those movies on how yet again to keep the ignorant under their feet?  It reminds them of their control over some of those lazy, dysfunctional blacks who prefer getting high and obtaining easy money; rather than walking alert and working hard for honest pay. 

I think of many who are in the entertainment industry nowadays that don't have a clue they are modern day slaves promoting thoughts that keep people enslaved.  Meanwhile, these fools are created to look like idols with a designer suit, some jewels and a fresh hairstyle.  Ignorant blacks eat up everything these artists say while being programmed daily not to think on an intellectual level, but rather in a way that keeps them from seeing and experiencing real truth.  The truth about education, law, government, finance, and more.  Are blacks asking any questions these days and solving problems or are they acting like many of their ancestors just getting along, because they are too fearful to rock the boat?

The slave hype will keep people bound especially those who consider themselves "a brand."  It will remind you that if you stray out of bounds, what happened to those before you will happen to you in one way or another.  Lovers of money and self will listen to master/handler so as not to lose their riches.  Idol worshippers will follow their idols.  The glitz, glamor and gold are sufficient programming tools to keep the slave covetous.  He or she becomes so enamored with all that he or she sees that the mind won't bother to think about anything else except "how to get that money" come hell or high water even if it means selling one's own family out! 

I have watched the expressions on faces, especially black males, who lust the women on television screens and on the streets and speak highly of those who have many things.  These average or below average men can't produce any heartwarming speeches to encourage brothas and sistas to go beyond a slave mentality.  They don't bother to present any ideas that they are willing to pursue wholeheartedly.  And what's worse, they have no clue on sharing anything thought-provoking about their days.  They have been reduced down to a mere worker who knows master's business and nothing else.  Take their jobs away and what is left?  We see evidence of this with the many lay-offs around our nation.  Many can't function without looking for yet another master to save them and their families. 

I say to avoid the slave hype, because it negatively affects the conscious as well as the unconscious mind.  Film is powerful especially when shocking scenes are shown to little ones.  It appears that the racist elite very much want to put the black community back into service positions (ie. movies like: The Butler and The Help and other films where once again stories of slavery are told.)  If the frequent reprogramming works, then there will be more blacks in the future pursuing service roles once again rather than leadership roles.  Obama's mere presence in the White House motivated many blacks to do more with their lives which made many non-blacks feel nervous and threatened about their positions.  Who wants to be a slave all their lives?  Oh, there was change alright.  Maybe a little too much change.

Slavery reminds you that if it wasn't for those who came before you, you would have nothing, yet refers back to those whites, who if they didn't let certain things happen you and your ancestors would have nothing.  Ultimately, an elitist, racist white owner/creator/leader markets his "savior role" whether subtly or quite boldly in media. "You are to appreciate what America has done for you and walk proudly that you and your family are not being hung nowadays," he reminds the his black initiates.  However, if we were to look at the slave hype in a different way; rather than the way others present American History to us, we would find that despite all obstacles they faced, many remained strong and created lives of their own period.  Now compare that with your current life?  If a slave was to come back from the dead, would they see evidence of their former life still very much in existence when they look at yours or those around you?

Nicholl McGuire   

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