FICTIONAL FREEDOM

On September 19th Candace Owens was invited by Republicans to speak. The committee was holding a hearing on white supremacy and in normal fashion she did not fail to disappoint her culture and community.

She stated that the effects of white supremacy is small compared to other issues such as fatherless homes, welfare, drugs and other issues. Failing to pull the root of the weed instead focusing on the leaves for years black activist have spoken out about the effects of systemic racism on the black community and in normal fashion white racist Jim Jordan and mark Meadows (who used a black woman as a prop in his attempt to claim he wasn’t a racist) placed Candace Owens at the hearing to rebut all the facts and statistics many black activist worked hard to gather over many years of study.

Malcolm X was correct when he revealed one of the racists tactics

To maintain the racist status quo caucasians will employ a poor or aspirational black man or woman to refute what the majority of blacks say. This divisiveness not only allows white supremacy more time to proliferate while black folks argue the intellectual points. It also causes a rift and resentment that ultimately causes oppositional factions within the community which often last for generations.

If we are going to be honest there is no such thing as white supremacy. It’s really just caucasians in control of everything abusing their power, oppressing others and making rules to keep the scales tipped in their favor. Thus we define such actions as white supremacy. Candace Owens knows all to well the effects of white supremacy at 17 years old she sued her school over a racist incident

https://www.mic.com/articles/189097/naacp-leader-who-defended-candace-owens-from-racist-trolls-shocked-to-learn-shes-conservative-now

But we won’t make this about Candace Owens spiritual prostitution for republican purposes we will point out a few systemic discrepancies in hopes to once and for all confirm the denied reality of white supremacy.

  1. Slavery
  2. Jim crow / segregation
  3. The Tuskegee experiment
  4. Ronald Reagan’s crack epidemic to fund rebels in Nicaragua
  5. Bill Clinton’s mass incarceration
  6. Wells Fargo home loan scandal
  7. Legalization of marijuana after hundreds of thousands black arrest.
  8. Crack and cocaine sentences

These are a few examples of whites abusing good faith by distorting government positions, systems and mechanisms. Systems and mechanisms that were meant to provide protection, equality and justice. The realization of these differences has created a phenomenon known as white privilege. Most caucasians are unaware of the privilege because they see it as just living their normal life, but those colored people who are affected by the pervasiveness of white supremacy can see it like a flame in the dark

I see Candace Owens as a bigger problem facing blacks in America. Coming from forced servitude only to be let free within the confines of what another race defines as free isn’t actually freedom. it’s compliance and noncompliance means punishment. No human can give another human freedom. Liberty was given to all men equally. It is dangerous in believing a caucasian such as Abraham Lincoln gave blacks freedom, because it incorrectly gives power to a people undeserving of it. Also it affords caucasians the logic that if Lincoln was allowed to free the slaves than some other president could revoke that freedom.

The psycho-social distortion of perceptive cognisance within the black mind has been one of the greatest influencers of behavior within people of color. What’s more interesting is that the idea of freedom was different in the North than the south after slavery and Jim crow, but both were built on the same premise. What the caucasian had and how the caucasian lived. In the south it was land and farming in the north it was home ownership and business. Both were already achieved and in practice by caucasians.

Fast forward to 2019 we see the affects on the black community. Allowing another to define ones freedom will constantly place them behind. In addressing the issues facing the black community one has to ask how does the drugs get into the neighborhood? Could it be through the Dominican or Chinese stores on every corner? Why are their more Asians and latino stores in black communities than black owned stores? Why does everyone have a gun but only 60% have a diploma? Why are there 4 churches on one street could it be the pastor’s doing the pimping. Its evident the system and policies that have governed the black community was meant to never allow blacks to have control of their own destinies.

Whos to blame? Knowing this system exist we must hold it accountable, but knowing this system exists we must also hold our selves accountable for or choices within it. Indeed as a people we survived by partaking in what appeared to be the only opportunities we were given. Drug dealing, prostitution, numbers, scams, Even college and working a 9 to 5, but the inablity to see the whole picture keeps blacks in the dark. There is nothing a black man or woman can do that a caucasian doesn’t profit from. Nothing. That alone should make one question their freedom or the definition of it. To this day nothing has changed within the subconscious mind of the black man. The driving force in 90% percent of their goals and aspirational dreams is to have or have more than what the caucasian has. The physical and economical ramifications of slavery have yet to be addressed. so it would be safe to say like the economical disenfranchisement that was passed down from generation to generation so was the psychological trauma

Once we recognize that the psychy of slavery still exists within the subconscious mind of black people, because it has gone uncured and unchecked we can then accept the fact that black slavers, uncle toms, coons, sambos and other blacks willing to hurt or harm their people and community exist. This is why we have secret societies like the black boule or black masons who follow a Masonic order meant to prey on the men in the black communities. Understanding black men and their poverty the Mason’s set traps with vices like liquor and marijuana, by using labor as rent. Placing men and women in debts and using that debt as leverage. Corrupting black women and then using those very women they corrupted and destroyed to corrupt and destroy other black men. women using the child support system to impoverish and persecute black men in hopes to receive free housing and government benefits. which in many cities is the only way to receive those benefits are by putting the father in the system. There is no assistance for the black family dynamic which includes mother, father and children. So again we see the hand of the federal government run by caucasians using it’s power to fracture the black community and family unit which is the policy of the United States. My proof is in philadelphia alone blacks make up 93% of child support and child support incarceration case logs. Against all odds the survival of the black community should be seen as a miracle.

The solutions to true freedom under these conditions are not simple. Marcus Garvey said back to Africa that would have been the easiest solution, but deceptive policy has invaded africa under the auspices of missionaries and charities. You can not run from the dark. In order to defeat it you must illuminate it. So the solution in my opinion is for blacks to not follow, but to educate themselves on the history of people of color. Connect the dots where your history has been stolen or whitewashed and keep going. Do ot fall to following people who say they know unless you know they know. Accept who you are as what you are. Where you are doesn’t matter as long as who you are is magnificent then what you are will be the same. Do not follow or desire to be like those who hate you. Pressing your hair because you feel it’s easier to manage. Make up and fake eye lashes, body implants. As for the black men who revel in material things and find adventure in violence as the warmongers do. Turn away from those things give more than you receive and find adventure in wisdom and knowledge as we did in past times. Let us build a new nation