The Real Slavery Mindset


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But I repeat myself, for about the fourth time in as many years. This is for all of those — black, white, and other — who think white “supremacy” is a thing.

“Black people—not just those who are American—view white people in the same manner that anti-theists view God.”

Anti-theists are different from atheists. Even though anti-theists deny God’s existence with their mouths and keyboards, they believe in Him…and they hate Him.”

“Many black people have a similar view of white people: they view all of you as their hated masters — yes, still, in [2019] — but their masters, nonetheless. Moreover, as our masters, it is your duty to feed, clothe, and house us; and to give us anything else we ask of you.”

“As history shows, before the Civil Rights Era, most black Americans were Republicans; now, because of well-crafted strategy implemented by LBJ, et al., most are Democrats.”

“That strategy is based on the real slavery mindset: that whoever provides the most things — whoever is the most generous patron to black people — is a friend to black people.”

“LBJ knew this; therefore, he strove to transform his party’s image into that of the good and generous patron.”

“[Definition of] Patron: 5 : a master in ancient times who freed his slave but retained some rights over him.”

“Even though the Emancipation Proclamation of 1863 and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 respectively disallowed patronage and de jure serfdom, the mindset remains embedded in the progeny of the former slaves/serfs.”

“Thus, since the CRA, most black Americans have given their allegiance to the Democrat Party and, because of the mindset, they have certain expectations of white Americans — those expected of a patron.”

“From that notion comes this one: many black liberals believe that black conservatives give their allegiance to the Republican Party for the exact same reason, and that they are, therefore, sell-outs.”

“Note that, to black liberals, even politics always involves some imagined sale of black persons.”

“They are unable to view white persons outside of the master/patron/domination paradigm and cannot envision any relationship between black persons and white persons outside of that perspective.”

“Somebody has to be on top. And, in light of our past and our indoctrinated and unacknowledged feelings of inferiority, most black liberals believe it will be you, my white friends.”

“Most black conservatives have freed themselves from this mindset, but, like all long-term indoctrination, it remains insidious.”

“Therefore, I conclude this: until the majority of black people get white people out of their heads and begin view you as EQUALS, the shouts of racism will continue, as will the shout-down of the truly emancipated.”

“Freedom begins inside.”

Unchained mind image:


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