Aug 30, 2008

A Dependent Race of People: Rev Submits to the Black Agenda Report

Written by revcsolomon, August 30, 2008

It is both regrettable and sad that the black race once removed from slavery and colonialism has became a dependent of the white race. Blacks are dependent on whites for employment, healthcare, food, education, services..., and this phenomenon reaches all the way to the motherland.

On the continent blacks are waiting for whites to eliminate poverty in too many instances and to come up with cures for AIDS, Ebola..., as well as to solve political problems! What is the reason for this crippling phenomenon, you figure it out? The solution however, remains with blacks!

I could only wish that blacks would stop going to whites for help and instead use what God gave them in order to resolve their own problems. Continuing to do so only swells the heads of whites and causes them to look down even more on blacks. In the new global economy and the newly emerging world order, blacks will no longer be able to rely on white largesse, restitution or reparations; whites will have to do all that they can do in order to save themselves from the Chinese...!

It is time for a Black Genesis Project to take hold, before the inevitable takes place! Half of the reason for the failure of black nations and people to rise is a result of the historical failure of black male (not female) leadership and black male condigned power!

Peace & Grace
Rev. C. Solomon

Addenda: Those blacks who believe that the current general election in the USA will solve their problems are badly mistaken. Just consider what has taken place so far. One leading candidate was knocking boots during the time that he was supposed to be running for office, another who has been in office less than 3 years spent most of his time on the road campaigning for a new job, a female without any preparation or experience either has had her hat cast into the ring and then there is John McCain.

The American political process has devolved into one sad nightmare, and what is even sadder is that there is so much at stake, human life and the planet itself!

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