“I had reasoned this out in my mind, there was one of two things I had a right to, liberty or death; if I could not have one, I would have the other.” Mother Harriet Tubman
“The True worth of a race must be measured by the character of its womanhood.” Mother Mary McCloud Bethune
“We do not realize that the massive deaths of Black males constitute the genocide of Black people (as it takes Black males to make Black babies and ensure future Black generations).” ― Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors
From now on, I am dedicating all of my posts to Black African American females because a race can rise no higher than its’ women.
As in all of my posts, UNDERLINED WORDS are links.
Whether “true” or “false,” beginning in the 1960s, the Willie Lynch Manifesto has been in full force against Black Africans throughout the Diaspora, especially Black African Americans.
The lynchpin to the successful implementation of this re-enslavement manifesto has been to divide and conquer as America did to Black African Americans with COINTELPRO, beginning in the 1960s. Under the Willie Lynch manifesto, the primary target has always been Black African American females.
During slavery, Black African female slaves were powerless because of the physical and mental castration of Black African male slaves. She could not marry or develop any meaningful relationships with Black African males therefore; she had to fend for herself and her children (if allowed to keep them). The goal was the destruction of Black African families.
After destroying her positive image of a Black African male protector, the slave owners replaced him with a fictitious White male protector named Jesus. By accepting Jesus as her new protector, Black African female slaves were programmed to put all of their trust and hope in Jesus’ hands, with the understanding that they would receive their true rewards in Heaven when they died.
Until death, these gullible and ignorant Black African female slaves were to trust their enslavers (Masters) to meet their every need, which included physical, mental, and yes, sexual needs.
In 1965, the height of the third Black African American renaissance, (the Reconstruction Era 1863 – 1877 was the first, followed by the Harlem Renaissance spanning the 1920s), AKA, “The Civil Rights Era,” (1954-1968) was at its zenith.
. President Lyndon B. Johnson commissioned Senator Patrick Moynihan to devise a new Slave Manifesto, which he designed to destroy the Black African American family structure, by forcing Black African American fathers out of their homes. Our females and mothers were again, left to fend for themselves.
As a Black African American who is single, many Black African American females say to me, “I want a GOD fearing man.” When I ask what does that mean, they say, “A man who loves the Lord and who puts GOD first in their lives. A man who belongs to a church and attends regularly and if he does not currently belong to a church, he is willing to join mine.”
In response, I typically will tell them of my knowledge of religion, having read the Bible (KJV) six (6) consecutive times from cover-to-cover and most importantly the fact that I am not a follower like processionary caterpillars.
Therefore, I would be willing to get involved again in the church with the understanding that I am not a “pew/bench warmer.” For me to become involved in church again, my goal would be to become a Preacher and ultimately a Pastor.
To a woman, they are adamantly opposed to my going back into the pulpit as a Preacher/Pastor. Most will say they do not want to become a Pastor’s wife because they know how desperate women in the congregation throw themselves at Pastors.
What they are really telling me is, “I already have a Pastor who is the spiritual head of my life and I don’t need another one because I can’t serve two masters.
I just want you to come to church with me and sit next to me during service, unless I am in the choir, ushering or performing some other duty that Pastor might need me to do.” If I agreed to go along with this, then we could become as “freaky” as we wanted, at least, she could.
For instance, what do you think would happen if during the act of sexual intercourse, I would yell out, “Oh Mary, Oh Mary” when her name might be Brenda?
You got it, if I am on top, she would immediately find the strength to throw me out of the bed, put her hands on her hips, engage her “chicken neck” and begin to spout a diatribe, calling me everything except the “child of GOD.”
She would then gain support from all of her female friends once she told them and I am sure she already has the support of most of my female readers.
I often wonder how women Preachers and Pastors cope with their cognitive dissonance about the Bible admonishing them not to speak in the church. Especially when they are told in 1Cor: 14:34 – 35 34 Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law.
35 And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church.
I volunteered at an “Inner City” school a few years ago and a 5th grade female student said to me in class, for all to hear, “Mr. Smith, my mommy wants me to learn to speak in tongues.” Of course, I simply ignored her without responding and continued with my lessons.
When we met, two days later, her girlfriend said, “Mr. Smith, _______ can speak in tongues; go ahead and show him.” This child of about eleven years old began babbling some gibberish, which she believed was “speaking in tongues.”
The average Christian is clueless about what it means to “speak in tongues.” “Speaking in tongues” is when you walk into a room where there are, let’s say, twenty other people already there and everyone of them speak and understand a different language/tongue. You begin speaking and each one of them hear, and understand you in their native language/tongue, yet, you do not speak any of their languages/tongues.
The miracle is that you only speak your language/tongue and each of the twenty only speaks their language/tongue, yet they hear and understand what you are saying in their native language/tongue.
28 But if there be no interpreter, let him keep silence in the church; and let him speak to himself, and to God.
Here again, Willie Lynch’s manifesto is to target Black African female children in general and Black African American female children in particular because America sets the tempo for the rest of the world to follow. By the time these girls grow into adulthood, they have become totally “Brainwashed“ into embracing the delusion of Christianity.
I am extremely knowledgeable in hypnosis. Furthermore, when I began college in California in 1976, this was at the height of American “Cults” and I learned how to recognize “Cults” and deprogram “Cult” members.
Today’s Black African American churches employ mass hypnosis through the form of their “praise teams and musical bands.” Members of these “praise teams” are typically dressed in flowing garments and they wave flowing banners/streamers, along with a lot of movement and trance-inducing music.
When they finish and “Pastor” begins, many of the female congregants are on their feet, distraught with emotional pain and crying uncontrollably. This is exactly what “Pastor” wants because once you become overwhelmed with emotion, all of your logic and reason shuts down, and you become easy “prey.”
You must read Sister Deborrah Cooper’s liberating book, “The Black Church Where Women Pray and Men Prey.”
Numerous Black African American women have asked me to explain to their satisfaction why I call Preachers and Pastors “Pimps.”
Growing up in the slums of North Philadelphia I saw many Pimps and knew exactly how they earned their living. In fact, I read most, if not all of “Iceberg Slim’s” books and at one time, I even fantasized about becoming a Pimp.
Back in the day, I’d look on the street corners and see Pimps wearing flashy clothes and jewelry, had processed hair, fancy cars and exotic women who gave them plenty of their hard-earned money.
Today, I go into many churches and look in the pulpits to see men wearing flashy clothes and jewelry, processed hair, driving fancy cars and have a lot of exotic women at their beck and call giving them their hard-earned money and we call them Pastor.
There are more single Black African American women in church than there are men, yet most of their Pastors are men. The Pastor constantly admonishes his congregation (mostly women) to bring visitors to church.
However, he will admonish them to seek out only “God fearing men,” by telling them that they must not be, “unequally yoked.”
“In the church however, the Negro has had sufficient freedom to develop this institution in his own way; but he has failed to do so. His religion is merely a loan from the whites who have enslaved and segregated the Negroes; and the organization, though largely an independent Negro Institution, is dominated by the thought of the oppressors of the race. The “educated” Negro minister is so trained as to drift away from the masses and the illiterate preachers into whose hands the people inevitably fall are unable to develop a doctrine and procedure of their own. The dominant thought is to make use of the dogma of the whites as means to an end. Whether the system is what it should be or not, it serves a purpose.
I ask that should you read anything in my posts that you can factually show me is false, please do so immediately. Although I have made every effort to verify everything I write, I do make mistakes.