Wednesday, October 07, 2009

Chicago Student Killed - The KKK & The Nation Of Islam


Our kids are a bigger threat to themselves than KKK ever was By Dr. DeForest B. Soaries, Jr.

This title doesn't ring true only because of the general sentiment within the Black community that the Klan waged a daily assault upon Black people during their heyday. The records documenting lynching suggest that more Black people are killed today in 2 years than were lynched during the time period from Emancipation till the end of the "Civil Rights Movement".

We have been nullied by those in the Black establishment who wish to have us focused "backward" and "outward" on the threat from White Supremacy while they evade any accountability for their modern day threats that we face and their failure to address them. In this vacuum - their partisan and ideological goals are achieved yet our community's permanent interests remain unresolved.

Final Call: Community Mourns The Death Of Derrion Albert

“His death is a call to action!” said Min. Farrakhan. “This was a special young man of righteous bearing, whom God took from us so young, but may I remind you dear beloved followers of Jesus the Christ; he too was a young man. He too was a victim of mob violence, he too was special and because he was not a wicked person, his righteous life became the redemptive power for all of humanity,” said Min. Farrakhan.

Min. Farrakhan said while some may consider Black youth “unsalvageable” and though they may appear to be lost in the eyes of some, all are redeemable, no matter how horrible they are acting at the present time.

“Whenever you get to thinking that our children are unsalvageable then death and destruction is called down upon that which you believe can never be redeemed,” said Min. Farrakhan. “How can you say that Jesus saves? Is he powerless to save our children? How can you say that he is a redeemer and then look at the condition of our people and then think that it is hopeless?”

Min. Farrakhan encouraged the clergy, school administrators and others to go after the “lost sheep” that appear to be irretrievable.

“I ask, in the name of Derrion, who among us will go after that which is lost and bring it back to us? I believe all of our people can be saved,” said Min. Farrakhan.


With all due respect, Min Farrakhan - IT MATTERS NOT WHAT OTHERS THINK ABOUT OUR KIDS.
The point that trumps your words is "WHAT ARE OUR KIDS BASED UPON WHAT OUR COMMUNITY HAS ALLOWED THEM TO BECOME?" The Southside of Chicago is a representation of what our present culture brings forth - IF WE ARE LEFT ALL ALONE. This is a condition that many Black people fear as it exposes the flaws in our strategy.

It is the STRATEGY that must be adjusted.

4 comments:

JB said...

You write: IT MATTERS NOT WHAT OTHERS THINK ABOUT OUR KIDS.

Please DON'T get it twisted. Minister Farrakhan WAS NOT talking to or about WHAT OTHERS THINK ABOUT YOUR KIDS!!!

He was in fact talking about some BLACK PEOPLE who "think that is is hopeless" and think that wayward youth "are unsalvageable".

You write: those in the Black establishment who wish to have us focused "backward" and "outward" on the threat from White Supremacy..

White Supremacy in fact is a perverted ideology that produced Black Inferiority (mentalcide), aka Black Self Hate which leads to Black on Black hate.

See Willie Lynch!
http://tinyurl.com/nsr636

It is in fact the resonsibility of all Black people to wage war on and ultimately defeat the mentality of black inferiority which leads to self-hate!

Constructive Feedback said...

JB:

The words are:

[quote]Min. Farrakhan said while some may consider Black youth “unsalvageable” and though they may appear to be lost in the eyes of some, all are redeemable, no matter how horrible they are acting at the present time.

“Whenever you get to thinking that our children are unsalvageable then death and destruction is called down upon that which you believe can never be redeemed,” said Min. Farrakhan. “How can you say that Jesus saves? Is he powerless to save our children? How can you say that he is a redeemer and then look at the condition of our people and then think that it is hopeless?”
[/quote]

I am not sure that you can claim that he was limiting his focus upon Black people.

The key differences between "us" vs "them" is that:

THEM would say "These Black kids are hopeless. Let's lock them up en masse".

US would say "Our kids are out of control - 'Government DO SOMETHING'". And most of us who could would move away from the threat.


I think that you are conflating two related but ultimately seperate issues.

YES there is "White Supremacy".
I have observed that there is;

1) WHITE FOLKS who possess "White Supremacy" and thus act in that way

2) BLACK FOLKS who also possess "White Supremacy". I have labeled this "Non-White White Supremacy". Their actions, their policy preferences, their economics all point to ONE THING: The White Man is the gold standard and he must be looked to for the fix of THEIR Lives and their communities.


BLACK SELF HATRED - IS NOT A FUNCTION OF "White Supremacy". WE ARE NOT A FUNCTION OF WHITE PEOPLE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

The African-American and the African as FREE PEOPLE have cultures that we now CHOOSE to propagate into our progeny.

In my view "Black Self Hatred" is proof of UNMANAGED THOUGHTS AND BEHAVIORS. Absent some more powerful mental imposition of greater thoughts - this level of consciousness is the result.

Just as a prize winning garden is the result of hours of manicuring and the effort to keep the weeds and vines that would otherwise take over the plot of land - so too is more conscious thought.

Ella Sharon said...

Give me a break! So many crimes........Lets take a break and have little entertainment by watching Cirque here.

Anonymous said...

Oh everything has a cure.To cure the yuong blacks from butchering each other simply make it a class x felony to belong in a gang thirty years mandatory from the age of twelve up. Now watch the problem speak.