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He's Everyone's Friend - A Serpent in the Grass Looking to Get Some A#$

He wears his clothes well, his jewelry sparkles, his shoes are shiny, his teeth are white, and he smells good.  Whenever someone sees this man, he raises his hand up to wave, nods his head, and asks, "How's everybody?"  He is respected and connected in the public, but behind closed doors he is corrupt usually he has a woman or many women alongside of him that is just as bad as he, if not worse!

"It's all about the money, spend it, save it, earn it...only the strong survive...feel threatened by those around you, figure out a way to rid yourself of the problems...I have lasted this long because I know how to play the game." Mr. Smooth Talker with over 30 years manipulating people and systems to look good on paper says to a group of young black males hanging on his every word.  The bright-eyed naive group don't debate or ask too many questions, because they look at the older black man and all they see is bling.  "He must have done something right..." some say.  But no, the serpent in the suit hasn't done nearly as much right as he has done wrong.  But try telling his following that!  "I love him...he's been good to me...if it wasn't for him!" 

A brotha, or shall I say enemy, like this is strategically placed in the hood in a position of leadership.  He is seen in the predominately black establishment usually collecting some money from someone.  He is watching his fellow brothas and sistas by non-blacks who expect him to, "Keep your people in line."  He knows how to make friends and put them in positions of reasonable power--not too much to overthrow him and not too little that they feel powerless.  But later, he will find a way to snatch them out of their positions when they no longer want to play the Serpent's game. 

His personal agenda is to pay back The Man depending on how deep his wounds go when it comes to dealing with non-blacks (you find this with the old black man who lived during segregation) or be The Man's friend based on how much negativity he has had to deal with when it comes to his own people.  These men and women tend to love all things white, bright and sometimes light, because they have been programmed to do so by ignorant folks who lived before them. 

The man with the dapper suit and showy hat will do just about anything to protect his stake in the game.  He knows how to smile, charm his master and win over the people, but he also knows how to take from the ones who gave him his spot too--even if he has to throw his own people under the bus!  Establishing everything from street cred to kissing babies, the Serpent spends far too much time thinking of ways to keep his reputation intact with certain folks--those who sign his paycheck mainly.

Always looking for the next pawns in his game, the Serpent spots the pretty, gullible, book smart, young lady, the fresh out of college money-loving punk, and the old lady who wouldn't hurt a soul to back him up.  He always has some treats to throw their way to keep them close.  Yet, he also takes a chance to have those in his inner circle who aren't crazy about him.  These are brothas and sistas indebted to him because either they or their relatives asked him for a favor and he hooked them up awhile back, of course charging these poor folks interest.  At some point, the grateful and ignorant can't afford to pay the Serpent back, so he offers them some options.  From sexual favors to having them take a fall for him, the Serpent will make an undercover, off-the-record deal with you when you don't keep your promise to pay him back.  Sometimes, long after you have paid the price, the Serpent never lets you live it down, "Remember, I helped you."

Most people don't believe that the nice black guy or gal, this serpent of a man or woman, is capable of doing wrong to others.  Non-blacks, who pay little attention to what conniving blacks do to their own kind, wouldn't believe the messenger; rather they would say, "No, not him.  Why would you be critical of her, you jealous?  What do you want?  What do you stand to gain?"  They won't buy into the fact that Mr. or Ms. Friendly, who looks good and dresses well, is corrupt. 

Most often the Serpent's fan-base is hand-picked--usually a part of his team somehow someway any way.  Going to them, those who work closely with the corrupt individual and asking them for assistance, is never a good idea.  They will only run back and warn the Charmer.

One who knows someone like this, will need to know the following:  how the Serpent is connected, who are the players in his game, what are his weaknesses/ strengths, and who hates the man or woman with such a passion that they would almost do anything to see the evil man or woman fall.  A recording device, witnesses, and anything else you can find on him or her is essential.  Without proof, there is nothing to say. 

Build up your own team, surround the Serpent, but be prepared to fight for all that belongs to you!  Have your people strategically placed around the Serpent and don't be afraid to cut his or her head off--of course not literally!

It is men and women like this who have been a foe to family, church, workplace, club, etc.  They are the ones who smile in your face and all the while they want to take your place/talents/seat/opportunity--don't let them!

May God be with you!

Nicholl McGuire

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