The internet has become the place where everyone can now voice their displeasure, opinions, and their most painful issues on a daily and hourly basis. Lately, though, it’s been all about the injustice against black people. Everywhere I turn, I’m seeing black people posting cases of black men getting shot to death by white racist officers, while armed white murderers are caught alive. I don’t know if making these comparisons make us feel better, but I don’t think that anybody has taken the time to understand sensationalizing these cases can lead to many people being desensitized to the murder of black people at the hands of racist cops. I’ve done the comparisons myself, but they led to nowhere and no changes. We also talk about Cosby being convicted and facing 30 years in prison for rape, while contrasting it with Harvey Weinstein and Donald Trump’s case, our molesting president. Again, I’m not sure what psychological contribution these comparisons have on the psyche of black people, but just because someone did a good thing at one point in his life, it doesn’t mean that they can’t have a sinister side. Admittedly, Cosby has spoken in court about using Quaalude to get women incapacitated. We’re not looking so much at his victims, as we are looking at his rich counterparts who have yet to be prosecuted. The rape victims just wanted justice, just as Harvey Weinstein’s victims came out to seek justice. As for Donald Trump, he was rewarded with the presidency for molesting white women. So you see, it’s a white men dominance thing, because even victimized white women can’t get justice under the law. I get that we want equal justice under the law as black American citizens, but justice has never been equal in this country for black people. It’s difficult to convince black people that white people have heard their pleas, and they just choose to ignore them. The energy we spend online highlighting the difference in treatment of black people and white people at the hands of cops and the justice department, can be used in a more fruitful way to benefit us. No matter how harsh white supremacy treats us, we somehow manage to hold on to this hope that white people will develop a conscience. Your great grandparents waited a long time in the field, while they worked as slaves for 16 hours a day, for white people to develop a conscience. White supremacy has no conscience and racism is not fair. We must get that through our thick skulls, otherwise we’ll spend a lifetime wasting our energy on hope and pointing out things to white people that they are already aware of.
White supremacy is part of the fiber of American, French, British, German, Dutch, Canadian, Belgian, and Portuguese society. We either gonna have to choose to live within a system established long ago to ensure the subjugation of black people worldwide, or we’re gonna have to pack our bags and get out of dodge. Now, getting out of dodge is an entirely different case. Where are we going? What are we going to do when we get there? Some of us dream of moving to Africa, while only a few of us have been to the continent to visit a few countries. Africa is not making any provisions for black people to move back and prosper. They’re waiting on us to come rescue them with our western education and limited wealth, while allowing European scavengers to squander their resources. No matter where we go, we’re not gonna have any resources to establish the ideal life that we want as black people. In addition, white supremacy rules over Africa with an iron fist. A lot of Black leaders in Africa are the biggest sellouts in the world. When a true African leader stands up for his people in Africa, the CIA, the French and British always conspire to assassinate them by using his own African brother against him. This cycle of racism that we face on a daily basis is a global phenomenon, established long ago by colluding white people worldwide. Nobody wants to hear about the inevitable, but freedom ain’t free, or peaceful. Peaceful marches have never brought justice, and a peaceful stance has never brought about peace. White people have created this jungle on earth where they’re forcing everyone to fight for their survival. However, black people are afraid to fight them. Too many of us believe change is gonna come in a peaceful manner. You should tell the families of all the peaceful leaders who were murdered by violent white people how being peaceful is gonna bring about change.
Black people need a revolution of global magnitude, and death should not be a detractor. The will to die brings about change. White people put the lives of their children and your children on the line everyday across the world to enforce white supremacy. Rich white people live in the comfort of white supremacy, while poor white, Hispanic, Asian, and black people are used as their enforcers through their armed forces around the world. It’s ironic that black servicemen are risking their lives in Afghanistan, Iraq, Somalia and any country around the world where they are commanded to do so, but they won’t risk their lives in America to change their own livelihood. Think about that for a minute…