Daily Archives: February 18, 2012

13 Slaves – YouTube

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Reforming Black History Month: Refocusing a people on their long and proud heritage.

Reforming Black History Month: Refocusing a people on their long and proud heritage..

American History is rich with amazing heroes and it is a shame that Liberals would rather divided and conquer. I long for the day of revival when God’s People stand up and unite as it is then and only then nothing will be kept from us. We have the power god has given it to us. Revival, Revival, May the hearts and minds of the people turn back towards The Great I AM!  We have two offensive weapons Prayer (prayer is a conversation and God will answer with an action plan) and the Word of God… Let’s use it and be unashamed. God’s Grace is on thee and we would be wise to remember that we speak in Love to plant the seeds of conviction NOT condemnation. Therefore, when the enemy comes at you to tell silence you be wise, be bold and speak the WORD of God with the love you know is in your heart. DO NOT let the enemy silence you with lies of peace!
Too many times these days, I find myself wondering if we know we are a free people? I often find myself thinking of Harriett Tubman and something she once said:  “I freed thousands of slaves. I could have freed thousands more if they knew they were slaves.”
As we look at Black History month as well as the beauty of America, I have to wonder, “Do you know you can be free?”
When Frederick Douglass was being taught to read by his slave master’s wife, her husband came in and caught them.  The slave master said to her, “A nigger should know nothing but to obey his master- to do as he is told to do. Learning would spoil the best nigger in the world.  If you teach that nigger how to read, there would be no keeping him. It would forever unfit him to be a slave.”
And there you have it- the goal of the ghetto.  Couple that with the words of Karl Marx,-“A people without a history are easily controlled”- and you have the complete strategy of the Democrat Party.  If a whole people can’t or won’t read about their true history, they are easily controlled by those who would keep them from that history.
At the time, Frederick Douglass didn’t understand what Mr. Auld was saying, but he soon realized what was meant.  There were actually times while he was still a slave that he wished he had never learned to read, for if he hadn’t, he would not have been so miserable. Now isn’t that the truth!
I bring up Frederick Douglass because our educational system has been overtaken by liberal elites.  There are no Republicans in power in the inner cities.  In the process of this takeover, as the elites gained more control, blacks became less and less educated.  With that, blacks were more and more unable to remember and recite their own history. Have you ever wondered why this is?
“Black History Month” should be a Democrat’s nightmare, but they have so indoctrinated so many generations of people that we do not even know how to read (see black literacy rates), not to mention our history and the atrocities done to us by the hands of Democrats. So, they use this month as their annual opportunity to further exploit race and convince us that race relations have progressed very little since the time that they (Democrats) would have paraded me around with a full-face muzzle. Those in control of the message try to ignore the mere mention that it was the Democrat Party that was the party of slavery, segregation and the KKK, and that it was in fact the Republican Party that was formed to end slavery.  How do you talk about our great heroes without bringing that up? It is as if they are trying to hide in plain sight. The truth is there though.
For all the Democrat Party’s talk of black empowerment, all I see is a party telling us black folks that we are nothing without government and that we have to hold on to eternal grudges, which is the exact opposite of what God tells us to do.  Black history is wrapped up in Jesus Christ, so, for all you people out there that want to make it complicated, I have a News flash for you: “Personal responsibility is black empowerment!”
We, in America, were lucky that we were founded as a Christian nation.  We are endowed with certain inalienable rights, given to us by our Creator, and our Founding Fathers made clear that “all men are created equal.”  This principal was placed in the Declaration of Independence because our Founding Fathers didn’t like slavery, even though many of them owned slaves.  Slavery existed before the United States.  They set out to create a nation that would be free of the bondage of slavery, and that goal was realized within a century, using the principals that they had put to paper.
You would think that this would be part of the focus of “Black History” month.  But if the government school system was not such an abject failure, our great and amazing black heroes would be woven throughout our history books, and every day would be a tribute to the wonderful and Godly Heroes of old.  We would then still see strong black families, for the knowledge of such black pioneers would be an inspiration to our youth, reminding them that government is not their savior and that America is unique because anyone can grow beyond their family history and humble beginnings. We in American live in the greatest land of opportunity the world has ever known. We are not a class system. Just because your father may have been a peasant, a drug addict or a criminal, you do not have to be. We aren’t obligated to suffer the sins of our fathers.
I love that they tell us about Frederick Douglass, Martin Luther King Jr., Sojourner Truth. Josiah Walls etc… but they do not actually teach us about them and how they and those names below overcame and strove for excellence to achieve such major success? Did you know that all four of these people were Republicans? And here are some other great black folks most have never heard about because they don’t and won’t teach you in school about great Republican blacks: Rev. Andrew Bryan, The Rev. “Black Harry” Hoosier, Hiram Revels, Carter Woodson, John Marrant, John Marrant, Robert Smalls, Andre Cailloux, William Carney, and the list goes on.
Or what about this nugget of history?  On February 12, 1865, Pastor Henry Highland Garnett preached a sermon in the U.S. Capitol Building to celebrate the end of slavery.  That was 1865, not 1965.
I say Black History Month should not just feature stories of “how America has done blacks wrong.” This type of rhetoric only inspires resentment, hopelessness and an entitlement attitude, which breeds failure. We have a 70% high school drop out rate amongst our youth.  If we continue on this path, ask yourself this: What will they celebrate during black history month in the future?
Blacks suffer from epic-sized statistics in AIDS rates, violence, school dropout rates, out-of-wedlock births, and in depopulation rates due to killing our own unborn children. Did you know half of black babies are aborted via an organization founded on racism?  Planned Parenthood’s founder sought to rid the world of blacks.  Yet blacks are actively involved in a self-induced genocide. This is not the future we should be focused on leaving our children.
We should celebrate the greatness of our extraordinary nation and how both blacks and whites sacrificed everything- blood, sweat, and tears- for the idea that “All men are created equal.” And how we as Americans fought to see freedom become a reality. Rather than allowing Black History Month to continue to be exploited as a divisive tool for the extortion of votes, let’s allow the truth of our history to bring people together. Blacks are an important thread in the fabric of this great nation, and it is time we allow the past to be healed so that we can do something great with the time we are given now.
Please join me at a free Black History Month Event, sponsored by the Frederick Douglass Foundation of NY at the Outreach Center at 900 North Goodman St. (corner of Bay and Goodman) on Feb 18th at 2pm.  I promise that you’ll walk away amazed!

By Chaplain Ayesha Kreutz   







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