The Awakening: The Final Installment of The Trilogy
Now that you know “The Plan” and you understand “The Fear“, let me present the final chapter, “The Awakening.” After you’ve been beaten down, discredited, used and abused, you’ll hit rock bottom. That may mean drugs, prison, depression…whatever…each of us has a “rock bottom”. Your realization will come from a peaceful place called acceptance. You’ll have no other choice but to accept that there was, is and always will be someone who will wish to see you fail in AmeriKlan.
You’ll watch as this country bends over backwards to accommodate other minorities by having them assimilate into “whiteness” while trying desperately to hold you down. You’ll see other minorities forsake their Mother Country, Mother Cuisine and Mother Tongue for the desperate need to become AmeriKlanized. You’ll watch as their children, who perhaps will be the same complexion as you, if not darker, call your children a nigger and ostracize them just as the parents have done to you.
You sit back and wonder, What’s going on? I thought we coloured folks were in the same boat according to “whiteness”. Why are they moving ahead while I’m still stuck? Then the awakening will happen. AmeriKlan will never accept you as one of them. Your purpose of servitude is no longer in effect. So you are no longer necessary. They would rather use another “inferior” to keep you downtrodden than to realize the cost of their mistakes and recognize you as a member of this country. You’ll think back to that job, your military service, your education and realize your entire life in this country has been based on lies.
This will blow your mind! You’ll swear it isn’t true. You’ll lose sleep wondering why you never saw it. And what to do now. Now we come to the final installment. After your revelation, you’ll understand that the black man / woman was never intended to achieve equality. You were never intended to ever be free. Your freedom and perpetual climb into “polite society” was a grave mistake. You were never supposed to assimilate. In fact, didn’t a little well-known president want to ship you home because the Negro cannot and will not ever belong here?
You’ll begin to realize that the black culture has been plagued on purpose with supremacist tools:
1. Public school education
2. The formation of ghettos
3. Drugs being distributed and pushed into your neighbourhoods
4. Low-wage jobs
5. Denial of loans
6. Redlining that still continues!
7. The media that tells you from birth that you are nothing
8. A carefully executed depression and recession designed to push you back into ghettos
9. Loss of pensions
10. The traps of the prison systems
Then you’ll think back to all the petty arguments you’ve had with other blacks about:
1. Skin complexion
2. Big screen TV’s
3. Who has the “better” house
4. Rivalry between countries
6. Women / Men
9. Looks and hair texture
…And realize that it was all for naught.
Then the understanding will come into place that without black love, black solidarity and black assistance for one another, we’ll perish…..And that will be the most important factor in our black lives. It won’t be easy…many will fail for we are a weakened race. Slavery did a mind-job on us and the horrifying results are visible in the form of fatherlessness, crime, lack of education, drugs and gangs, self-hatred and the killing of our own by our own.
My brothers and sisters, the next time you feel the urge to hate your family, fight it. The next time you feel the urge to brag how exquisite you are in comparison to your family, don’t. The next time one of us needs a helping hand, lend it. By contributing to the black family globally, we can and will conquer white supremacy. Join groups and tell others about the plan and the fear. Educate others. Let them educate you. After all we’ve been through, we’re still here. I think that’s a true testament to our strength.
To all blacks that read my blog. Mary’s and Someguy’s comment prompted me to tell you something:
You can’t defeat your enemy without understanding your enemy. Here are a few books to read on them.
1. Mein Kampf by the one and only Adolf Hitler
2. The American Dilemma by Gunnar Myrdal
3. The Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion by Sergiei Nilus (I ordered it after reading many excerpts on the web)
There are perhaps hundreds more…but these that I’ve listed had a profound effect on me and my understanding of why I’m in the “position” I am in despite education and profession. Please read them. Familiar yourself with them. But focus on us.