Mychal Massie, World Net Daily, September 23 2019
Sadly, many blacks have yet to differentiate between keeping it real and keeping it “real stupid.” The fumarole through which the asphyxiating stupidity flows most freely is any discussion and/or point of view regarding slavery that doesn’t encourage the “Kunta Kinte” version born out of a plagiarized fictional book and television series called “Roots.” It can be argued that this mythical drama did as much to harm blacks as crack cocaine has done – because it celebrated the ingesting of a lie and validated the ignorance associated with same.
The most strategic element to keeping it “real stupid” is to blind people to how fortunate they are that Muslims supplied slaves to America.
In his autobiography, Booker T. Washington wrote: “… When we rid ourselves of prejudice, or racial feeling, and look facts in the face, we must acknowledge that, notwithstanding the cruelty and moral wrong of slavery, the ten million Negroes inhabiting this country, who themselves or whose ancestors went through the school of American slavery, are in a stronger and more hopeful condition, materially, morally, and religiously, than is true of an equal number of black people in any other portion of the globe. This is so to such an extent that Negroes in this country, who themselves or whose forefathers went through the school of slavery, are constantly returning to Africa as missionaries to enlighten those who remained in the fatherland. This I say, not to justify slavery … but to call attention to a fact, and to show how Providence so often uses men and institutions to accomplish a purpose.” (“Up From Slavery”)
A perfect example is blacks rejecting proven, unimpeachable documented facts in favor of “keeping it real stupid.” And as if a more duplicitous encouragement were needed, there are the white liberals slithering through the sewers of lies and inculcated division ready at a moment’s notice to fan the flames of how bad their “African Americans” have it. Blacks to them are still nothing more than puppets worthy only of exploitation, but I digress.
Specific to what I’ve been saying, writer Anthony O’Brien has found himself on the receiving end of “how dare you tell the truth.” O’Brien wrote: “In the four centuries of the Atlantic slave trade, about 12.5 million Africans were brought against their will to the New World. What percentage of that number landed in the colonies that became the United States?
“When I spring this question on people, the usual response is in the range of 90 percent. Occasionally someone who realizes that slavery was widespread in the New World will guess 50 percent. According to the best available data, the correct answer is less than 4 percent.” (See: “How Indispensable Was Slavery To U.S. Economic Growth?” Sept. 14, 2019)
O’Brien’s excellent treatise makes the point that there is a historical footprint proving economic growth in the wealthiest of countries today took place without slavery not because of it, which undermines the argument that American wealth is based upon slavery. Yet one of the lines guaranteed to bring the loudest applause of any debate and the line the “keeping it real” folks love to hear is: “We built this country.”
The problem is that simply isn’t true. The truth is that blacks contributed massively to the betterment of America, but they neither built America nor was America built on their backs. There is a major difference in definition. Indians from British Columbia and other parts of Canada built New York’s skyline. The Japanese are responsible for the far-reaching rail lines. Irish and Italians built much of the infrastructure of New York. How much of Chicago, Miami, Dallas, Houston, Minnesota, Nebraska, Colorado, North and South Dakota, Hawaii, Maine, Vermont and New Mexico did blacks actually build?
Blacks contributed massively in the shipping industry. Black doctors are responsible for medical discoveries that have saved tens of millions of lives in America. Blacks are responsible for traffic safety devices, including the traffic light. Blacks have accomplished advancements in the automobile industry and safety engineering industry. Black-owned banks in America have been amongst the most successful and actively involved in financing the growth of housing, business and industry in the nation if not the world. Black scientists are responsible for a variety of things we take for granted today including the stellar work of George Washington Carver.
Neo-Leninists and Trotskyite white liberals want blacks to think and envision small. They do not want blacks to think big. They do not want black youth to dream about careers in medicine, science, global finance and world markets, space exploration and the likes. They want blacks to think about being community organizers and protesters. They want blacks to blame America and burn their own neighborhoods down to show how upset they are when some two-bit gangbanger is apprehended or shot by police.
Instead of going to universities and demanding segregated dorms and dances, blacks need to go to universities and learn about algorithms and computers so they can be like the late Steve Jobs or Bill Gates. As much as I despise Facebook and Twitter, those who created same did not create them for select group of people. They invented looking to capture the global market.
This is America. Blacks must stop focusing upon anger and slavery myths; it’s time to focus upon space exploration, cures for cancer and diabetes, global markets and becoming global real estate magnates.