Many people of color would speak of the “injustice,” in reference to the people of color and the law. One thing that the mis-educated Negro fail to grasp, is that such laws where never in reference to them. Fact is, when such laws where created, people of color were consider to be 4/5 of a human. There was an act passed in 1699 called the Casual Killing Act of 1699. It stated, “WHEREAS the only law in force for the punishment of refractory servants resisting their master, mistris or overseer cannot be inflicted upon negroes, nor the obstinacy of many of them by other then violent means suppress, Be it enacted and declared by this grand assembly, if any slave resist his master (or other by his masters order correcting him) and by the extremity of the correction should chance to die, that his death shall not be accommodated felony, but the master (or that other person appointed by the master to punish him) be acquit from molestation, since it cannot be presumed that repented malice (which alone makes further felony) should induce any man to destroy his own estate.” This is an act that has yet to be overturned. Could this be the reason why blacks are being killed by white officers without receiving no punishment for such an act? Today we call this “Stand your ground Act,” all set in place to protect one set of people……
- The feeble-minded class (graded downward from idiocy, imbecility, to feeble-mindedness)
- The pauper class (tramps, beggars, ne’er-do-wells)
- The inebriate class (dipsomania, chronic alcoholism, pharmacomania)
- The criminalistic class (crimes against chastity, crimes against persons, crimes against property, crimes against public policy)
- The epileptic class (grand mal, petit mal, mental epilepsy)
- The insane class (functional dementia, psychoneuroses, psychoses, toxic psychoses, psychoses caused by exhaustion, brain tumor, trauma)
- The asthenic class (the physically and constitutionally weak)
- The diathentic class (those predisposed to specific diseases)
- The physically deformed class (everything from cretinoid dwarfism to supernumerary teeth)
- The cacaesthetic class (those with defective sense organs, such as the blind and the deaf). Sounds familiar?
My mother would tell me all the time as a kid, ” if you slow down, pay attention, look and listen you will be amazed at the things you notice and discovery.” Here recently America has shown you, though we are living in 2014 with a “black,” their views of supremacy are still the same as they have been since their supposed “founding fathers.” The media is the greatest propaganda promoter of the white supremacist agenda. From displaying the white men and women as the essence of beauty, strength, power or anything else positive to the demise of everyone else. Such movies like Noah, Exodus, Matrix, Passion of Christ, ect., furthers promotes the “white supremacy,” or “white savior” perspective. While at the same time promoting things like Menace to Society, True Lies, Tyler Perry, rap music, ects, This propaganda portrays such people in the foulest of lights, as well as perspectives. Just recently the events of the M. Brown and the 2 officers shot have been the topic of such bias media. What is interesting though, is the responses that certain people have on such. For example, you have the black players in the NFL making a statement about the M. Brown situation, by way of coming out with their hands up, T-shirts ect. White America responded to this with statements such as, “Distasteful.” “Unprofessional.” “Ignorance,” or something else in a negative sense. Yet, you have Nick Mangold making that same statement in reference to Wenjian Liu and Rafael Ramos, with the wearing of the cap being greeted with “player of the week,” “great guy,” “you go boy,” all positive. Hell they even had a moment of silence, which I feels sends the message that some lives are more valuable then others. Ironically those “lesser valued life,” are those of people of color.
Is defined as, “the quality or state of being true.” It is said to be of Middle English trewthe, from Old English trēowth fidelity; akin to Old English trēowe faithfull. Also, agreeing with the facts , yet not false, but real or genuine, proof. Truth and what is true is different from faith. Unlike truth/ true, faith is “the assumption of truth, a strong belief of or trust in someone or something.” Truth is something instantly, while faith is something that you have to bide (wait for). We have been relying on “faith” for sometimes now, that time has past. The time of “assuming truth,” was of yesterday, the time of truth is now! Come, let us seek the truth that will set us free for this mental enslavement…..