Indoctrination in the Black Community: Failure to Progress.
(ThyBlackMan.com) Any black person who has questioned the validity of the pro-black movement has inevitably been encouraged to watch documentaries such as ’13’ and ‘Hidden Colors’ by those indoctrinated by such ideology to prove that the plight of black Americans is so sad that it is an insult to walk around with a happy disposition, knowing the tragedy that their ancestors went through for centuries.
Freedom of thought is frowned upon in the black community unless it reiterates black fear and hopelessness…or in a hope of recreating history so that all blacks become kings and queens again.
Black Americans seem to always blame white America and their alleged superiority for the plight of their community instead of looking at the black community for what it has created itself to be: a community that thrives off of fear and groupthink. To teach generation after generation about the white supremacy (white people being superior to the black race), while also preaching black separatism (blacks being a separate group of humans than the rest of the human race, though it’s common for blacks to separate themselves from each other based on skin color and intellect) is counter productive to empowering the black race in America in a healthy, logical way.
It’s well known that black Americans boast about their traumatic history, but never boast about their mental well-being. It’s common for blacks to brag about disregarding all things health care, including doctors, such as psychiatrists and general practitioners. What’s overwhelming to understand is how it is possible to heal the psychological impact and break the cycle to such trauma by reiterating how bad blacks had it in the past and how full of fear our ancestors were to escape from trade that lasted for centuries.
What’s further disturbing is how teaching the youth generation after generation about what the black race had hundreds and thousands of years ago doesn’t give hope or inspiration. What it does is tells the youth their race has been dragged through the mud for centuries, which makes it okay to be militant and to be civilly disobedient, because of the belief that it’s white man’s rules and a white man’s world.
Documentaries like the one that I mentioned above do nothing to shine a light on black Americans part in keeping each other mentally and emotionally enslaved…which is the collective black thought. Unless there is abject ill-logic in the ideology of what blacks stand for and are held back by (for instance, saying that we’re all kings and queens), there’s no dialogue to be had in order to get to the root of what keeps black Americans held back intellectually or emotionally.
Everything wrong with the black community can be traced to what is taught to blacks, by blacks. Black men are seen as criminals because we’re taught to not see the criminality in their actions. Rather, we see these young guys as men who protect their community, which makes no sense seeing that black boys are more apt to go to prison for street crimes than anything else. Street crimes endanger their community, so how are they protecting it? To black minds, they are protecting their community from the police who are there to serve and protect. Black music is the soundtrack for such behavior.
It’s interesting how the black mind can be manipulated to think that the police are predators, and the predators are the police, isn’t it?
Black women are seen as loose women because it’s enabled in the community and in black music to see the loosest women as the women to place on a pedestal. The worst women in our community are parents. That’s no good.
It’s also interesting how it has become commonplace for black Americans to be more racist than the Klan, all the while begging for freedom from white supremacy and pleading to not be shot by police while screaming f**k the police.
Obviously, the indoctrination of this collective black thought is killing the youth, as we all see in Chicago, but could care less. The largest group of homicide victims are the youth, so it makes you wonder the kind of psychotic environment black Americans create for themselves.
Black minds should find hope in psychotherapy and get their minds right, because this groupthink ideology of, ‘We are all former slaves, racist, poor, powerful, fearful people. Respect us.’, indoctrination nonsense can’t last another generation.