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Mistreating Black Men Doesn't Make Them Less Human It Only Makes Them Stronger

Tell a black man not to date outside of his race, be good to his black woman or else, cheat on him, marry then divorce him, fire him, curse at him, lie on him, push him, scream at him, scar him or shoot him down and you do nothing more than win sympathy for him! 


Anyone with a little bit of love, compassion, and care for another human being, will run to that person and ask him, "Do you need my help?  I will love you...don't worry we will win this war together...I got your back...you can count on me!"


The elite non-black organizations are not as smart as they claim to be.  Look at our world to date and someone or group is risking his or her life for a black man--no matter the color, economic status, sexual orientation, religion, or gender.  Don't believe me?  Look at how many thus far have lost their freedom, inconvenienced their lives, and did more for a righteous cause related to a black man.  Sure, it was for a cause but black men everywhere will still be affected.  If the white power structure thought they were winning by killing yet another unarmed black man, they are mistaken!  You might kill the flesh, but you can't kill the spirit!


The black woman is not in the limelight for any particular mind-blowing event these days for good reason, because she is too busy allowing herself to be presented as an entertainment whore!  From reality shows to dancing on stage, just open wide so the world can see and experience your goods!  If your too old to strut, you can always write or talk about all things nasty with your fellow cast members.  Stick out your butt, black woman, and you just might land a romantic evening with a freak with a large bank account.  Why not go a little further and encourage little girls to live your puppet dreams?  Nevertheless, the lost black woman is affected by what is happening to black men whether she knows the men or not.  She has been traumatized yet again especially if there has been violence in her own family.  She is forced to work harder, play harder, make that money...you know all the rest because chances are you or someone you know is going through right now.  Just as her enslaved ancestors, the black woman is forced to watch someone that looks like her cousin, brother, uncle, or some other male relative go off, fight, be abused, and eventually die.  A mother will see her son in all the chaos and grieve for the mother who lost her's.  She becomes angry at the parent who wasn't around, the child who was at the wrong place at the wrong time, the peers who didn't have her child's back, the community who could care less, and the authority figures who intend to make some money off her child. But even in her weakness, she too is strong!


Once again an elitist power structure has got it all wrong, coming after the wrong people with the wrong plan.  They forgot we still have soldiers fighting spiritual wars not everyone is distracted by tomfoolery and not everyone is hoodwinked either!  From infiltrating music to polluting the media with negative imagery of the worst black folks (fools, ignorant, mentally handicapped, on drugs, etc. as if there are no non-blacks that aren't crazy and ghetto), demonic forces are at work again to mentally and physically enslave the spiritual black family--we aren't talking about just any group.  By using demonic oppression, traumatic images, and shocking events, the hope is to debilitate the thinking mind.  You are doing too well some of you talented, educated, and rich black folks, you knew the haters would work hard to slow your roll and many are falling for it! 


The black male is lured into relationships and business partnerships he can't manage, own or control.  He is told to pay attention to everything that is wrong with the black woman and call her crazy, stupid, strange, etc.  He is convinced he is slicker, smarter, wiser, and more by enablers who are simply using him in the meantime for selfish gain.  But let us not get so caught up in blackness that we are no earthly good, shall we?


The mistreatment of black men in front of the world is backfiring to some degree and it has little do with skin tone and a whole lot to do with economics.  Businesses suffer, profits decline, and other community related issues and now someone is ready to get the actor off the stage.  Sooner or later those that will be enlightened to wisdom will realize that not only is ethnicity and finances are under attack, but there is also a spiritual attack occurring as well so that men, who have been called to come up higher, will lose site of their roles in kingdom business as well as the Creator who called them to their assignments.  Projects cost money, new infrastructures more money, rebuilding communities additional finance, and those who hate certain ethnicities prospering, don't want wealthy people building or rebuilding in communities they plan on overtaking.  Self interest groups know that many American citizens are awaking.  The manipulators know that "buying the best, most expensive, and biggest" type of brainwashing that has been occurring for decades is not working for the upcoming generations.  Do you really think the young black man was called to do nothing more than play on fields, courts, and on the street while his earthly father plays servant, snitch or second fiddle to people from the board room to the White House?  There are bigger things ahead for those willing to receive and walk in their callings. 


Many black people, lacking in critical thinking skills, are so easily distracted by bright colors, shiny things, and devices that make noise that they can't see plots against them, they don't bother to create detailed plans, or study wise books.  What better way then to weaken the black man then to put the brightest color skin tone in front of him with the longest hair wearing the brightest colors, but there is one catch, these eye-catchers don't have the brightest minds!  Typically the puppet recruits the puppet and the master has them both! 


The crème de la crème of their group (the wealthy, white establishment) will always be reserved for the elitists.  Don't be mistaken!  Sure, the rich non-blacks might convince some to eat from their tables, drink their drinks, have their women, and ride in their cars, but when the fun is over, there are taxes to pay and consequences for sin when you look at things from a spiritual perspective.  You reap what you sow!  Those that are non-black, privileged and book-smart, but unwise, don't see the matrix of events unfolding, because since birth they have been given much.  So when they see blood stained pavement, a long history of abused and deceased black men, as well as cries from the people, it is shocking to their weak systems, "What can we do to help?" 


These recent tragic events are drawing on the heartstrings of non-blacks making them more caring.  Many will empathize not because a man is black, but due to the fact that he is a human being.  A white racist's plan backfires when the white woman begins to care for the black man and his children.  However, those looking to create a higher intellect through interracial mating simply shrug their shoulders while white red-necks and ghetto blacks, don't see the big picture.  A picture that slowly but surely takes what once was, black man + black woman = black babies and mixes them all up to the point that a black mindset is no more; rather a colorless mindset with the capability to do great things, besides physical labor, emerges.  This is a belief of those who want to create super human beings.  No more ghetto, ignorance, rude attitudes, emotionalism, spirituality, slavery and poverty mentalities historically popular amongst many blacks is their hope.  These are just some of the stereotypical things that some rich and poor black men run from while hoping that their next lover will be different than their last lover--a black woman. 


Spiritual black people are a threat to any group!  Troublesome blacks are worse and many want them swiftly put in graves.  Black fathers, grandfathers, and great grandfathers just didn't learn valuable lessons or practiced what they learned from the wise when it came to marriage, parenting, religion, business, protest, buying and selling property, etc.  Therefore, ill-informed sons lie in graves prematurely having repeated the lifestyles of  "too busy to play" kind of dads or absentee fathers.  These same workaholics, players, pimps, and hustlers outlive their sons and continue to preach a ghetto gospel with no Savior in view and no useful tools to fight spiritual warfare. 


You play with fire, you will get burned!  In and out of the church, in and out of someone's bed, in and out of an office, and in and out of traffic, there is no rest for a weary, backsliding, or lost soul.  Some spiritual as well as unspiritual blacks play with pagan traditions knowing full well what they represent and take no stand.  Meanwhile mistreating one another over things they don't understand. Then when one finds that the devil is real and it is time to pay up for compromises, the brother or sister will throw anyone under the bus for money, fame, position, and power.  The mistreated will mistreat his or her own!


The true essence of biblical text hasn't changed, there are still many wise words left to piece the puzzle together between an angry God and a flawed man--no matter the skin tone.  But those who think they can disrespect a man, who doesn't want any trouble--minding his own business, especially a spiritual one, will reap what they have sown!  This nation doesn't experience much heartache for nothing, too much playing in other people's backyards (bullying others) will get many hurt.  Some have said the un-justice, the protesting, the shootings are all happening to prepare us for the fall of our American government leadership.  I can't say, but what I will say is there is indeed an unseen war--one that is worth praying about.  Consider orchestrating a plan just in case something unbelievable does go down in the coming months; rather than react in the way that "they" will expect you to act when they take out one of their own in any group, from entertainment to government.


Take note of your actions, consider the mistreatment of the black man lately.  Will you curse at him, yell, abuse, or use your brother?  Notice the times he has done these things to you.  The push to get him out of any group, household, or elsewhere becomes great depending on the offenses.  The victim has a choice he can walk away, put up a fight, self-destruct, or find greener pasture.  Whatever your experience has been with a black man, you know what you did or didn't do to help drive him to that choice.


I caution readers to avoid the pity party during this tough time for our black brothers and also keep away from the temptation to enable them just because you feel threatened by them or worry about what they might do to you.  Black men are under trial, not for what they did, but what they don't do.  A black man's pride has cost him marriages, children, money, position, car, real estate, friends, and more.  When it is all said and done, this less than human status by racists will give many people the strength to come back to their rightful places.  What a black man didn't learn from those who marched before him, he will learn from viewing his fallen brother out in the middle of the street.


Em Hotep.


Nicholl McGuire 

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