When our Editorial Manager sent over this piece from Vizier, I was immediately impressed. He cuts cleanly through todays culture of regression with the kind of crisp insight the African Diaspora needs today. I know you will enjoy this article as much as we did. Make sure you check him out at www.hesofficial.blogspot.com.
So without further delay…
Execution by Another Name: Deciphering the Black Dark Ages
When the European emerged from the Dark Ages he emerged with a determination to never return to that era of barbarism and economic deterioration.European hegemony devised a way to direct that barbarism outward to other groups. Their plan was airtight in that it was planned with patience, making the cause sectional but the effects generational.
They tired of the endless wars that only destroyed their homeland and now sought to destroy another’s. What better place than the motherland, the epicenter of civilizations worldwide?
As a participant of recent politics,you feel confident that White Supremacy is a dated ideology. Slavery to you is a past we’ve evolved from and that yesteryear’s sacrifices bear little semblance to our world today. This thinking keeps Black men and women in a state of disrepair, and restricts their monetary production to only one half of one percent of the nation’s wealth.
Black Americans today believe their I-Phone,Facebook access and abilities to frequent clubs are freedom. Dr. Umar Johnson said it best… “there’s freedom, and freeDUMB”. Unfortunately, Black people gravitate to the latter.
Integration did this to us. Instead of learning to better interact with whites, the Black community outsourced our intellectuals and promoted a permanent underclass atmosphere among those that remained.
Black people are the new white people. A lack of self, an inclination towards barbarism and perceptions of greed as progress are Eurocentric behaviors that slavery and integration gave us. We are now in the position they were in one thousand years ago.
To break the spell, you’ve got to identify who cast it and learn to avoid regressing into that condition. There are five phases of Global White Supremacy:
The slave owner learned to intimidate his subjects by brutalizing them for the slightest infraction.Since slaves lost their native religious practices, they were indoctrinated by Western Christian principles, which is a more sophisticated form of fascism.
They were made to work long days and denied a rudimentary education (reading, writing, etc.). With this, the brutalizer introduced his culture of greed, insecurity, divisiveness, murder and rape.
Once a culture of collectivism, care, innovation and intellectual curiosity, they turned us into a scattered breed, clinging only to the hope that a white Savior would part the Heavens and save us from people that looked like him.
Yes, once great deities like Amun, Atum, On and Ptah were substituted for a glowing, bearded white man that continues to dominate the consciousness of the diaspora. This brutality has taken Blacks – and Black civilizations – centuries to recover from.
Psychologically, we’ve become the children and whites the parents. We allow them to handle the social causes, while like youth we’re oblivious to their plan and are only concerned and concerted in our efforts to buy more nonsense to convince the world we have money.
They subjected us to humiliating images,among the infamous being Birth of a Nation. The film portrayed a heroic Ku Klux Klan and their attempts to stop a Barbaric group of Black male beasts that denigrated society.
This was intended to destroy the notion of Black men’s heroic heritage. How do we differ today? A Black Man in drag is a national hero and Black Women throw drinks on each other on television in the name of proving how “real” they are. Again, Black people need to shed this attitude of permanent adolescence and fast.
This was common in the Civil Rights movement, in itself a hijack of the actual movement, and recently, the Occupy Wall Street movements. These were once pure movements that were morphed into illusions of progress.
Sure, you can follow Farrakhan, Sharpton, Jackson or whoever else they invent for you tomorrow to read from a teleprompter,but where are you following them? Obama. An illusion. The Trayvon Martin case in which we chanted and rallied. An illusion.
The Middle Eastern uprisings, Occupy Wall Street and the ousters of world leaders are examples of white supremacy pulling the activist card. Again, there’s a problem when each movement of urban persuasion has a white leader at the helm. How are you going to solve a struggle when your adversary is intellectualizing your struggle?
But, since African-Americans delude themselves with permanent adolescence, we’ve existed on a childlike view of whites, where we feel a problem is solved, since a European took the responsibility.
Your position in America is peculiar. You haven’t manufactured a major project in the last decade, your presence in America, and the need for it is fading. No longer are you the exploitative class. You’ve been replaced by Hispanics.
You aren’t an industrious class, so your existence is expendable. Therefore, police feel no guilt in gunning down your children, the imprisonment of Black men and surveillance of neighborhoods. Because you haven’t held Obama accountable on black issues, the next white President will neglect your communities forevermore.
Yes,this is the Black Dark ages. The only area in which the conscious Black should emulate the European is identifying his condition, and emerging from it.