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The System of Racism and White Supremacy, Part 3

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This is part 3 of The System of Racism and White Supremacy. Parts 1 and 2 are available if you missed them.

The following is a compilation of the author’s personal insights on the subject. It is only the perspective of the author and is not intended to engender emotional responses or arguments about this issue. It’s up to you to decide whether or not you agree with the information presented and then, if applicable, take responsibility for your part in it. Perhaps together we can eradicate this blight, once and for all, from our collective psyche.

It’s my personal opinion that the majority of Black people should stay away from each other unless they are doing something constructive or productive in their interactions with each other. As victims of racism, the racists have filled their minds with poison. So, whenever they come into contact with each other the poison immediately begins to spread. Some Black people walk around full of poison, you can almost see it in their eyes when they pass each other on the sidewalks, they're loaded with it. They weren’t born with this poison because they didn’t have that look in their eyes as toddlers, it’s been placed there. They were wide open to the world just like all young children. But when you’re in an evil system that’s deliberately designed to produce evil thoughts, to produce animosity, to produce violence, that toddler, as he or she grows, begins to pick up the poison that’s already here.

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The Poison Is Spread

The poison is then spread as that person comes into contact, particularly, with persons of like persuasion. An example of this is when a group of Black people are on a bus, you can almost feel the hostility from some of the passengers and it’s not natural. It’s all put there by white supremacists long before the bus was built and long before the people entered the bus. Every Black person must realize this. Is it something that’s subconscious or is it something they aren’t aware of doing? I believe in the majority of cases it is. So, what can be done about it?

Make sure that anything that’s said to another non-white person, before uttering a single word, is of constructive value. Anything that's done with another person, plan a strategy for completing it first, and make sure that what you’re planning is of constructive value. Otherwise, Black people should go in the opposite direction when they see each other because once they say anything, the poison starts. Unless they already have something in mind to say that is of constructive value. I encourage any Black person reading this to try this counter-racist strategy, and you’ll begin to see how you’re working against racism.

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Black people cannot afford to continue doing things the way they’ve been doing them by making contact with each other, trying to figure out what to say and do, and allowing their words and actions to become a tangle of miscommunication. They should agree to avoid one another like they’re carrying Sars. Not that all Black people are carrying a physically contagious disease, but they should act as if they do when they come into contact with another non-white individual. When one has grown in their emotional development and matured in this area, these precautions will no longer apply. 

You don't have to be rude about refraining from non-constructive/productive contact, either. Say your pleasantries, greetings, and any other conversation that's of value. But once that done, get gone. Compare it to having a social virus that is sent through eye contact, body language, and just about every interaction that one can have with another person. This is why you’ll hear stories of a Black person gunning down someone with a 9mm in a line at the grocery store because they felt the other person gave him a wrong look. Some Black people are so full of poison. So, if they back off from each other in every way they may prevent spreading this poison.

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Antidote For This Poison

There is a possible governor on some Black people where that poison doesn’t take place, and that is when some of them come into contact with white people. The poison is often nullified. Most know that white people can hurt them and most know where the power resides. There are Black people who don’t have that automatic poison rising to the surface because they have been wisely shielded from it at an early age. They were continuously shielded from this poison throughout their childhood and adolescence so the poison wasn't given the opportunity to indoctrinate them with animosity toward white people. That’s not to say the poison should be there, it shouldn’t exist at all. Black people should be like Mr. Rogers when it comes to interacting with each other. 


Consideration must be given to the fact that there is a high incidence of murder rates among some Blacks across the globe. There’s nothing like the sound of a 9mm, one of Adolf Hitler’s favorite cartridges that came out of World War II. He is reported not to have cared one bit about Black people, yet, Blacks are slaughtering each other with this weapon. It’s glorified, in many cases, as the principal instrument for spreading poison and for making death rampant in some Black communities. It’s a total universal disgrace. It can be prevented by avoiding contact, unless we have a strategic agenda or plan of action for a particular gathering.  

Continue to part 4 of The System of Racism and White Supremacy.



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