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Willie Lynch’s Jump Off: Black Women and Stockholm Syndrome.

September 24, 2012 by  
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(ThyBlackMan.com) Stockholm syndrome, or capture-bonding, is defined as “a psychological phenomenon in which hostages express empathy and have positive feelings towards their captors, sometimes to the point of defending them. These feelings are generally considered irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims, who essentially mistake a lack of abuse from their captors for an act of kindness.”

Stockholm syndrome can be seen as a form of traumatic bonding, which does not necessarily require a hostage scenario, but which describes “strong emotional ties that develop between two persons where one person intermittently harasses, beats, threatens, abuses, or intimidates the other.

Sound familiar? We were brought here, held hostage, and yet so many of us have fallen in love with our kidnapper (oppressor).  I want to discuss how Stockholm syndrome has affected us as Black Women.  The following are excerpts from  the “Willie Lynch letter: The Making of a Slave”

 
THE BREAKING PROCESS OF THE AFRICAN WOMAN
 
Take the female and run a series of tests on her to see if she will submit to your desires willingly. Test her in every way, because she is the most important factor for good economics. If she shows any sign of resistance in submitting completely to your will, do not hesitate to use the bullwhip on her to extract that last bit of [b----] out of her. Take care not to kill her, for in doing so, you  spoil good economics.
 
When in complete submission, she will train her offspring in the early years to submit to labor when they become of age. Understanding is the best thing. Therefore, we shall go deeper into this area of the subject matter concerning what we have produced here in this breaking process of the female nigger. We have reversed the relationship; in her natural uncivilized state, she would have a strong dependency on the uncivilized nigger male, and she would have a limited protective tendency toward her independent male offspring and would raise male offspring to be dependent like her. Nature had provided for this type of balance. We reversed nature by burning and pulling a civilized nigger apart and bullwhipping the other to the point of death, all in her presence.
 
By her being left alone, unprotected, with the MALE IMAGE DESTROYED, the ordeal caused her to move from her psychologically dependent state to a frozen, independent state. In this frozen, psychological state of independence, she will raise her MALE and female offspring in reversed roles. For FEAR of the young male’s life, she will psychologically train him to be MENTALLY WEAK and DEPENDENT, but PHYSICALLY STRONG. Because she has become psychologically independent, she will train her FEMALE offspring to be psychologically independent. What have you got? You’ve got the nigger WOMAN OUT FRONT AND THE nigger MAN BEHIND AND SCARED.
 
This is a perfect situation of sound sleep and economics. Before the breaking process, we had to be alertly on guard at all times. Now, we can sleep soundly, for out of frozen fear his woman stands guard for us. He cannot get past her early slave-molding process. He is a good tool, now ready to be tied to the horse at a tender age. By the time a nigger boy reaches the age of sixteen, he is soundly broken in and ready for a long life of sound and efficient work and the reproduction of a unit of good labor force. Continually through the breaking of uncivilized savage niggers, by throwing the nigger female savage into a frozen psychological state of independence, by killing the protective male image, and by creating a submissive dependent mind of the nigger male slave, we have created an orbiting cycle that turns on its own axis forever, unless a phenomenon occurs and re-shifts the position of the male and female slaves. We show what we mean by example. Take the case of the two economic slave units and examine them close.
 
THE NEGRO MARRIAGE
 
We breed two nigger males with two nigger females. Then, we take the nigger male away from them and keep them moving and working. Say one nigger female bears a nigger female and the other bears a nigger male; both nigger females—being without influence of the nigger male image, frozen with an independent psychology—will raise their offspring into reverse positions. The one with the female offspring will teach her to be like herself, independent and negotiable (we negotiate with her, through her, by her, negotiates her at will). The one with the nigger male offspring, she being frozen subconscious fear for his life, will raise him to be mentally dependent and weak, but physically strong; in other words, body over mind. Now, in a few years when these two offspring become fertile for early reproduction, we will mate and breed them and continue the cycle. That is good, sound and long range comprehensive planning.
 
Make means: 

1.To bring into existence.

2. To produce; cause to exist or happen; bring about.

 
So Black Women what was/is our role in making a slave (a person entirely under the domination of some influence or person)? Why were/are we the MOST important in the making of a slave? What is about the woman that would ensure the making of slaves and future slaves? The answer: our wombs, both mental and physical. The most effective way to control or manipulate a nation is through its woman. Why? Because it is through the woman that generations are produced.  Our wombs were, have become and will continue to be the most effective and efficient way to produce slaves.
 
To all my Sisters that have an “illusion of independence” who say you don’t “need” a man? Guess what? You go to bed with a man every night. You rise with him in the morning. He whispers in your ear telling you to separate from your counterpart, but draws you nearer to him. Your words and thoughts are not your own, but his. Your womb becomes his fertile ground; through you he is able to perfectly execute his agenda. The same woman, who says she will never share a man, has become a member of his harem. The same man that convinced you hate yourself has had made you fall in love with him. You’ve been Willie Lynched and don’t even know it! So now we have become his wife, his lover, his mistress, his baby mama and his jump off. We  have fallen so in love with our slave master that we have pledged allegiance to him. Every time we open our mouths, everything we say is right out of his playbook.
 
For years this man fed her. For years this man MISEDUCATED her. For years this man provided shelter for her. For years this man has provided everything that she needed. In return, she has given him her loyalty, she has given him children, she has remained faithful to him and she has been under his control. This is what the Black Man is up against when he attempts to reclaim his woman. You think that a Black Man taking back the woman that was taught  to hate him and has given birth to generations of daughters that hate him is  an easy task? Even when he TRIES our love for oppressor supersedes his effort.
 
Many may say that I have no valid argument because this letter is a farce. One of my favorite movies is “The Usual Suspects” and my favorite quote is “The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist.” Now what is more productive? Arguing the existence of this man/letter or accepting the REALITY and MINDSET of what was written? Slavery did exist correct? We were separated from our families correct? We still suffer from color complexes correct? The Black Male was broken down correct? The Black Female proudly boasts of her “independence” correct? While some of us are focusing on if a person is real or not, our community is REALLY suffering. You want proof? Go look in our community. Arguing the validity of his existence only serves as a distraction and only showcases your LACK OF ACTION regarding the ills of our community. Most women, who say he is a farce, are really his BEST mouthpieces. The proof you seek more than likely resides in you.
 
Some Sisters say Brothers use Slavery as an impediment towards progress. To that I say Willie Lynch is surely proud of you. Until we acknowledge that OUR wombs helped shape his condition, we can’t help him OUT of his condition. You birth a slave, yet expect a God. A slave only knows how to serve his master, and we serve our slave masters well when our wombs become Willie Lynch’s personal production factory.
 
It has been proven that a bitter and tainted womb will indeed produce a corrupted Nation.  This is manifested in our “independent daughters” and “weakened and coddled sons”. The Black Woman and Black Man will never be reunited as long we continue this sordid affair with our oppressor.  Once again referencing the letter, “This is a perfect situation of sound sleep and economics. Before the breaking process, we had to be alertly on guard at all times. Now, we can sleep soundly, for out of frozen fear his woman stands guard for us.”
 
“Stand Guard” is defined as:
 
1. To protect from harm by or as if by watching over.
 2. To supervise entry or exit through; keep watch at.
3. One who protects, keeps watch, or acts as a sentinel.
 
A synonym that was provided was to “defend”. We have been standing guard for hundreds of years to those directly responsible for destroying our families. Your slave master will never  relieve you of your post, because us being on guard has proven to be very beneficial for him.  “Sisters, if you are the most important in the making of a slave, then you are the most important person in making a people free.”
 
Free your mind and your womb will follow.
 
Staff Writer; Nojma Muhammad
 
To learn more about this talented sister, feel free to visit; Nojma Reflects.
 
 

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20 Responses to “Willie Lynch’s Jump Off: Black Women and Stockholm Syndrome.”
  1. Dorothy Lucey says:

    Oh wow!! Today is my first day on this site but I just left a comment under the brother talk tab in regards to exact topic! I’ve been filming a documentary that is about this subject matter. To be quiet honest my film goes deeper. It is exploring statistics of unwed mothers in the African American community, exploring the reason why black men chooses to date/married outside their race once they reach a level of success, and why the media and social networks openingly belittle, disrespect, and judge black women when every race are guilty of the same flaws. My film is due for completion in 6-8 weeks.

    I will be shopping around to different networks. Everything we are speaking about goes back to Willie E Lynch and slavery. If the name doesn’t ring a bell, you were once me uneducated about this topic and history as a whole. I was naive as a child about this subject matter, but now that I’m older it saddens me to see our race decline as a whole. The roles have reversed and in a negative perspective.  This topic makes the hair on my arms stand (literally). As a black woman we born with two strikes; we’re women and we’re black. Men and/or women of different ethnicities will never understand how deeply words can hurt and scar BUT in 6-8 weeks…. YOU WILL. 

    @Ramses you are absolutely correct. We have outlined this in my film. After further research and interviewing, we feel like everything is a guided by Willie E Lynch. Those of you who are familiar with him he was a slave owner who wrote a letter to control a nigger slave by bullwhipping the black male to point of death all in her presence.. Seeing this caused the black woman to go from a dependent state of mind to a frozen independent state a mind causing her to raise her off springs in different roles. Her females to be independent and the males to be strong in the body but weak in the mind (body/mind). How many women streaming today, I’m independent and don’t need a man? How many men are leaving black women because of their plight of success? Willie E Lynch ended the letter stating, they must trust and worship only us. Government assistance has taken over and not just in our community but we are the ones that are targeted because no one speaks up about it. We have learned to accept the negative feedback and criticism but not anymore. I’m speaking out and my film is the voice for the people. Who needs a man when the government provides food, shelter, and clothing?

    How can our men untuck their tails and lead by example? It’s going to take self evaluation and an open-minded individuals for this cycle to be reversed. We have to give our younger generation a better chance at life. I don’t want to say too much abt the film but god bless everyone.

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  2. Scott Robinson says:

    Well, it is refreshing to see that we haven’t all been sold out!

  3. LOL says:

    Mack, you went hard and reality checked the new nigga!

  4. Mack says:

    @ the Koon:

    You obviously don’t know American history. Humans didn’t start this country: a bunch of wig wearing subhuman barbarians did. You’re obviously one of those angry white people mad because you can’t get a handout anymore. Your white pass has been revoked. Now you’re realizing that middle class white folks are the new niggas now. Welcome home my nigga…

  5. Iza Koon says:

    Since when does a NIGEROID MONGREL HAVE A MIND ????

    YOU RACIST MONGREL DOGS are WORTHLESS RATS!!!!!

    CARRY YOUR STINKING BLAK ASS’S BACK to AFRIKA !!!

    LEAVE AMERIKA for HUMANS!!!!!

  6. yis'sh'yah says:

    4 all sistas with eyes to see and ears to hear please understand this goes way deeper than willie lynch please go to yahspeople.com hebrewisraelites.org and get some light and true understanding of what is happening please google the name cesare borgia and see what pops up the almighty yah is the true creator of heaven and earth its time to come out of her i pray you get understanding

  7. I’m an advocate of the truth and this article speaks the truth and nothing else but the truth. Congratulations on telling it like it is. The hand that rocks the cradle rules the world. The Willie Lynch forces were well aware of this and prepared the black woman’s mind to be an instrument to maintain the mental enslavement of the black male.

  8. I’m an advocate of the truth and this article s

  9. dS.TheInformed says:

    I love this article. It is very in depth and speaks nothing but truth. I think people that read this, as I had someone comment this to me when I posted it on facebook, think this article is was writen in 2012 by a 2012 person, failing to realize that it’s based on information of old and in that makes it so much more powerful. That proves to you that our people have been blinded and brain washed. We fail to read with full understanding or even with complete thought about what is going on. In the blue box -after the intro, before the actual reading, it clearly states that these are exerpts from the Willie Lynch Letters, not the thoughts of the author.
    This just proves that my notions were right all along about the ‘conspiracy’ against the black man and overall the black people.
    Thank you.

  10. Nojma says:

    Peace Fam! As always thank yall so much for your support. You keep a sister humbled and encouraged, you are greatly appreciated.

    Caroline, I am a WOMAN that was a single mother for majority of my life, so I definitely know the lifestyle of a single mother. Secondly, I don’t dabble in self hatred in the least. I love myself, and every one that looks like me. Prove that I am spreading self hatred. What we view as stereotypical at times are valid and true portrayals of ourselves and our community. In all of my articles those that are looking will find BOTH the problem AND the solution. You disagree but you offer no valid basis for doing so. Your response is fueled by your emotions, rather than logic, whereas my article is rooted in logic AND truth.

  11. Deeann D. Mathews says:

    DEEP. It explains a lot of things quite well. Thank you.

  12. Mack says:

    @ Caroline:

    SHE, the author, has been a single mom…

  13. Caroline says:

    I couldn’t get past my disgust of the first few lines & the last paragraph. For those who read the article, did he offer any constructive advice on how to fix the issue?

    Although he thinks he’s spreading awareness & consciousness, He actually is spreading self-hate & perpetuating negative stereotypes of black women, especially single moms. Is this article supposed to instill pride & confidence in me as a black woman & single mom?? GTFOH

    Anyway, I think single moms black & white just do what they have to do to raise their kids. Any mom has to be strong to raise sons or even feisty & unruly daughters. Unless he’s going to teach a seminar on how to raise a child successfully as a single mom, then he needs to STFU.

  14. Wow! Very insightful and inspirational words thanks for your work. This piece has givin the black man an insight that can free us from hella stress, because it removes the veil of ignorance for the lack of a better word. One have to really look at the challenges that one have with our women, it helps to not take it personal, almost like revealing the deamon that is the root cause of the issues that exists. Not in any way suggesting that accountability is not still needed,

  15. my dear says:

    You have just described the Democratic Party run by White Liberals with their social programs whose largest constituency is black women and their children. Control of anyone mentally, physically, economically and so forth, walla, “Willie Lynch Syndrome”!

  16. lewis orr says:

    Outstanding article very well written, and articulated. Your facts are all on point. Both these studies have been gone over and replicated many times and proved to be valid and significant, this article reads like a term-paper. Only thing, the very ladies you are discussing,very rarely if ever, in their thinking or arguments rely on facts, they are mainly powered by emotions. Getting through to this generation of these ladies is the mystery. Maybe there’s hope in the next generation. And again incredible article and thanks for some good reading. I call you Sister, from my heart.

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  17. Bro. Darnell X says:

    Excellent piece. You really drove the point home in a non emotional and logical way for even your most staunchest critics. Most people only see you as a writer, but I see so much farther ahead and to what you speak about and the power that has been bestowed upon you. If one is honest with themselves and takes this letter and studies it seriously, then one can begin to heal and then and only then affect change. Keep building. Peace! *)

  18. Mack says:

    You’re welcome. Keep ‘em coming! BTW: I’ve turned several ‘conscious’ sisters and brothers onto you. They read your writings religiously. ;-)

  19. Nojma says:

    Thank you Brother Mack!

  20. Mack says:

    Absolutely profound!

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