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Empowered Knowing One's Civil Rights, Worthiness with God Leading the Way

Looking back on black history we can recognize the progress that many African Americans as well as Caucasians made to help our people obtain fair treatment.  Many strategies over the years when it came to various industries have had focal points that centered on being treated fairly and welcomed in many atmospheres that were once forbidden.  But I think that in the past, and even to date, some groups and individuals have tunnel vision, such as wanting to get what others have, that they ignore the fact that they now have the right to obtain and defend their own.  Whether it is a business, a neighborhood, organization, etc.  The right is still there to do what you want without broadcasting to the world your intentions.

Iron wears out in time, people (more specifically white people) get tired of being forced, bullied, or pressured to do something that others can do for themselves.  If  "they" taught you, gave you, clothed you, and did any number of things for you, "they" don't want you coming to their establishments kicking their doors down wanting to be let in when you can go get your own.  Now if the tools aren't there, then I am all for protesting for change.  But what if the same folks who murmur and complain about what they don't have are also the same ones creating the illusion of "have not" when they "have?"  Hence the Own Network's Have and Have-nots.  You know our people are good for saying, "I don't have" when they really do, but they make others think something else while they keep theirs and take yours.  Let's be honest people and take your heads out of the sand or away from entertainers (your modern day idols that the one true God warns about) for a moment!  

I am not telling you that you are inadequate, unequal, or stupid by pushing you to go elsewhere and stop zeroing in on all that is white and not right, but what I am saying is, look from afar for a moment.  Put yourself in their shoes, "You can't tear up what I have built!  There are consequences, don't you know that?"  It doesn't matter the skin tone, the rules, or other things that go on within one's group, "It's mine," they say.  "And you can't have it!" bottom line.  Now an Uncle Tom type would just tell the people to settle down and incite fear in his people.  I'm not Uncle Tom, but I am what God says I am.  The truth is manufactured chaos happens all the time in media and what wasn't important to you, becomes important to a select few.  So while you are looking over here, a group is doing something over there.  I say expose the agendas and do what is right in your own heart and build up your own family, community, or nation.  All the frivolous distractions online and offline, keeps those striving for a better way of life off track from what the heavenly Father is saying. Satan is not only a master of disguises, but agendas too!  He double-crosses, promises gold, says what he will do, and claims he loves, but he really lies.  He confuses, shames, ridicules, threatens, destroys reputations, and then kills.  "Notice your strongest and most empowered leaders who once moved masses are slowly but surely dying and there are no replacements in view unless they are heavily trained by white, evil men and women."  Should I add, "Thus saith the Lord."  Well I just did.  

Our land is filled with soul-selling people in all sorts of industries who end up in their graves prematurely or their children do for a pot of gold wishes at the end of rainbows--that by the way was re-introduced by same sex loving people and not the one true God.  Did you observe the many agendas dance before your eyes during the half-time show?  Colors, symbols, movements, music, etc. all meant many things.  More unveiling was done and the Pharaohs of the land continue to enslave the masses mentally and physically.  One says of his or her work, "It doesn't hurt, I still get paid."  while another says, "I hurt all over. The work is hard."  What will people not do for silver and gold?  The more things change, the more they stay the same.  And some say, the Holy Bible is irrelevant for this time, you better think again!

I personally believe that over the years, these mainstream media movements' objectives/purposes got twisted and made everything about, "What can you do for me?" Rather than asking, "What are we going to do with the tools we have been given?  How might we utilize what we know to produce quality materials and services that benefit all and not just some?"  

It sounds nice when we talk about loving one another and embracing people of every shade, social class, sexuality, etc.  But upon closer inspection, the elitists are still going to carefully select who will be for them and who will be against us from the local drug dealer to the people in government.  "Who is mentally stable, economically beneficial, and educated enough to help us with our agendas?" they question.  So they seek and find via the Internet and elsewhere.  We, the people, put enough out in cyber world for them to shop us like they do a new pair of slacks.

Just like you and I have a right to go here and there--thanks to integration laws, we also have the right to stay home too.  Just like we have the right to vote--thanks to the voting rights acts, we also have the right not to.  Just like we have the right to talk to whoever we want, "they" too have the right not to hear us and vice versa.

There is a fine line between being accepting or not and then there is just being a greedy, selfish, difficult bully.  I caution some people with hidden agendas don't set us back once again biting the hands of those who have fed you and us.  Continue to fly in stealth mode and reach out to one person at a time; instead of all at once.  The widow, student, homemaker, senior citizen, person of faith, poor and disabled are more powerful than you know.  There are better ways of dealing with issues without trying to manipulate the lower class to support the rich class or use scare tactics on the majority in an attempt to get a minority group some favor.  

If folks turned their hearts to the one true God, they would hear truth rather than believe the lies presented to you by those wayward in the faith irregardless of whether they are matriarchs, patriarchs, celebrities, or favorite loved ones.  

Time always reveals truth.  Turn off media for awhile and you might get some knowledge and wisdom that will empower you to do much wherever God has moved you--starting with training up children and grandchildren and being a good spouse.

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