The great awakening will happen!

It’s no secret that many of us grew up in a household with single moms, Jesus, grandmothers who raised us, blended families, or families where an evil stepparent almost forced some of us to catch a case. Whether we see our situation as dysfunctional or normal, most people certainly weren’t too happy watching their single mother struggle to make ends meet. No one wanted to be raised by a grandmother who was forced to take on the role of parent for their grandchildren. Even more people harbor ill feelings for not knowing their father, or having a father figure in their lives altogether. Having said this, why do we have such a difficult time righting the wrongs in our lives, so our own children won’t repeat them?
There’s plenty of blame to go around when it comes to black family dysfunction. We can start by putting it all on the colonizers who split the black family during slavery for their own benefit. Black men never developed a sense of commitment to their family, because white people would purposely make certain the family unit was broken, because a strong family unit instilled fear in many white people. There were male slaves who stood up for their “baby mama’s” (they weren’t allowed to marry) and children. Many black men lost their lives while defending their families during slavery, which is why the family was often broken to create detachment. Even more women stood up and risked their lives for the men in their lives. Some even allowed massa to continuously rape them, so they could protect the black men they loved. Anyway, highlighting all of this information makes no difference, because a lot of black people are still waiting for Jesus to come back and save them. It’s as if Jesus pulled the wool over his eyes for 400 years, while black people were in bondage. In addition, black folks see absolutely nothing wrong worshiping the same God as their colonizers. We have so many racist assholes in the Christian church telling the world Trump was god sent, it’s almost unbelievable that 100% of black people in this country have not turned atheist since Trump’s election. If Trump was God sent, according to these racist bastards, you all need to run as far away from Jesus as possible.
Anyway, I say all this to say that we need to do a better job evaluating ourselves, condition, and our situation. Otherwise, we’ll continue to live in a cycle of poverty, dysfunction, destruction, puppetry, foolery, exploitation by others, darkness, and anything else that you can think that would limit the growth of the black family.
Black men know that most of their single mothers struggled to raise them alone, but they grow up repeating the same mistakes that their absent fathers did. They get angry at black women for getting pregnant, and some of them don’t wanna take on the responsibility of being a father to their child, and help support their child’s mother. Black women also know what it’s like for a single woman to raise a child alone, in addition to knowing what it’s like to not have a father in their lives, but yet, many black women grow up to allow themselves to get pregnant by men who don’t want to be with them, or be around for their children. The best thing you have working for you is time. Time always reveals the true character of everyone. Furthermore, a lot of black women are allowing certain men to make them one of many baby mamas without any financial or emotional support for them and their children. You can’t blame anybody but yourself, if you end up being baby mam # 4 or 5. We have to address these issues. It’s not a blame game, it’s reality. We have to look at our lives and see what it is that made it good or bad. We must take the good for what it’s worth, and discard the bad from lingering into our family tree for generations. All bad cycles must be broken, but it takes personal responsibility to change that. We can’t get mad about issues that adversely affect our lives. We have to deal with those issues head on. When a mother tells a young boy, “you’re just like your bum ass father,” that boy will most likely believe his behavior is inherited, and he’ll try very little to try to change that behavior. We must be conscious of the things we say to our kids. No little girl is born “too hot to trot,” but people often refer to little girls as that, because of the possible behavior of their mothers, as opposed to trying to curb that behavior.
There are a lot of bad habits we have not dropped since slavery, and the colonizers capitalize on them, because they enforced those poor values into our forefathers. Christianity was beaten into our forefathers, but most of us can’t seem to shake off Christianity. If the Christian God that loves all people continue to allow white people to do what they’re doing to black people around the world, you need to start questioning your Christian God. It’s just commonsense. Whenever I meet someone I feel who’s intelligent, starts talking about Jesus, I often think it erases everything that I held in high regards about that person, not because they are stupid, but because they are blinded by a God sold to their forefathers years ago by a group of con artists who wanted to dominate them at all cost, which erases their logical sense. We have to put a microscope on the problems that we face in the black community, before we can come up with solutions to for them.
Jesus is not even proactive when it comes to protecting his black followers who pray to him and whispers his name every chance they get. They even call out God in the bedroom, when a man is making them feel proper. It’s all out of habit, though.
No killer should be able to walk into a church to murder 9 people, if almighty God is really mighty and stronger than all forces. 4 little girls should not be killed in a church bombing, if almighty God has all the power that white people have sold you that he has. A Christian reverend like Dr. King should not be shot dead by an assassin’s bullet if his Christian God was proactive and protective. Most of us are raised in a dysfunctional way, with dysfunctional habits, but too many of us are allowing these functions to become the norm. We must question things and start changing our situation. Who benefits from religion? Take a look at religion on a global scale, and ask yourself, how do I benefit from this shit? Check out the Vatican’s net worth and other Christian organizations and pastors, tell me who really benefits from the bullshit they’re selling to you? White people made “Thou shall not kill” one of the 10 commandments in the bible, but these assholes murder people around the world everyday. If you’re okay with hypocrisy, go ahead, continue to pray to their fictitious God. However, if you’re an intelligent human being with a mind of your own, you will question why they have sold you on so many religious bullshit that they don’t even practice themselves.
I’m not saying religion has not salvaged some souls, but that’s only because those people have no personal willpower. No one but you can change you. No book written has the power to change anybody. However, when you start looking within for the answers, it’s very easy to change your path to benefit your self-growth. A drug addict most often lacks willpower and self control, so he believes a therapist can be trained to control his mind to stop him from using drugs. It’s all bullshit, but it works for the weak-minded who lacks willpower. How can somebody else teach you to stop a destructive behavior? How many praying mothers lost their children to gun violence? Jesus couldn’t prevent those murders from happening to begin with, especially when the cops are wrong? When 2 boxers step in the ring and get on their knees to pray before a fight, does Jesus pick the one with the stronger prayer? Hell no! The most skilled fighter always wins, even when he doesn’t pray. How many praying victims we saw step in the ring with Mayweather? As a matter of fact, he beat the living Jesus out of Manny Pacquiao who’s a pastor.
Black folks, we simply need to wake up.

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