I believe many professing Christians may end up in the Lake of Fire because they never repented from racism. The mainstream Christian church is quick to protest abortion and gay marriage but have yet to corporately acknowledge racism as a real sin worthy of the wrath and destruction of God.
There was a study which revealed that 91% of white people didn’t have black friends or confidants. In my last article I mentioned why most white people have negative thoughts about black people especially when most of them don’t have black friends. I asked the question: If they don’t have first-hand experience with black people, then where are they getting these ideas from? The answer was from the media. No one is born with a drive to disdain someone because of their skin color—this behavior is taught by the media.
Example of media manipulation
Here’s a quick example of a local news outlet using the power of video editing to continue the negative stereotype of black people. Warning: the video includes language towards the end that may be offensive. I couldn’t find the original video without the uploader’s commentary.
If you can’t watch the video above, what transpires is a news story of a local fatal shooting in a black neighborhood. A very young black boy is being interviewed and he replies to a question stating that he was going to get a gun.
The boy’s statement was used to paint this boy as a fearless young thug, who will grow up, run the streets and participate in the same destruction of his own community. This is the continuing narrative of the black male the system of racism wants you to believe.
However, it was later exposed that the news station edited out part of what the boy said. A second video captured his whole statement in which he said wanted to get a gun to become a police officer.
Today I’m going to uncover about how the system of racism / white supremacy is corrupting the psyche (or soul) of unaware white people. I’m talking about that common white person. That white man or woman who isn’t a white supremacist. That white person that doesn’t want to practice racism.
I mentioned that there are few elite people who are sold-out white supremacists who control the world through the power of Satan. But in order for white supremacy to work on a global scale, they have to enlist the help of other white people to achieve their goals. If the common white person were asked to participate in the agenda of white supremacy, most would reject it. Therefore the need for subliminal racist propaganda to ran 24/7/365 through all forms of media to indoctrinate unsuspecting white people into the supremacist ideology.
Basically, Satan knows he’s going to hell and he’s going to try and take as many people with him as he can; and this is how he’s doing it.
The system of racism corrupts the soul with fear
White people are fearful of black people—especially black men—because they believe most of them are “thug/criminals.” They’re criminals because they’re poor. And since they’re poor, they’re going to steal something because this is what every poor person does. Therefore black people get followed around at convenience stores, harassed by mall security and have the cops called on them before even making a purchase. If they’re walking through a neighborhood at night, they must be there to steal a car or break into someone’s home.
There’s been studies that show that white people even think black people are superhuman—but not in a good way. All these crazy ideas and beliefs are really screwing up white people and leading them to commit some terrible sins against humanity.
White fear leads to black people being harassed, humiliated, falsely accused, arrested, imprisoned, and killed by the police, all because a white person was afraid.
Do you hold these same views? Are you scared of black people?
I’m asking these questions to both black and white people. If so, you’re in trouble with God.
Here’s what God says about fear of this type:
The fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers, and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone: which is the second death (Rev 21:8).
As a follower of Christ, fear should be something that is progressively moving away from us. God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind (2 Timothy 1:7). And we also know that perfect love cast out all fear:
There is no fear in love; but perfect love casteth out fear: because fear hath torment. He that feareth is not made perfect in love (1 john 4:18).
If you fear black people you have very little love in your heart. Since God is love, love is something you must get by spending more time with him. With more of Jesus, you’ll be able to see people for who they are and not through the lenses of the racist media.
If more Christians practiced love, there wouldn’t be segregated churches. The Christian church would be the only place where any skin color could come together in harmony and people would only be judged by their character.
Love doesn’t mean we don’t use caution, or express concern about the unknown. Love doesn’t mean we don’t move from a violent neighborhood.
I know that these ideas about black people don’t just go away overnight. We’ve all been programmed since the beginning of our lives, but this is what Jesus came to do—to cleanse our souls and save us from the corruption and destruction of this evil world.
We must understand that fear is of Satan and it causes us to do a lot foolish and destructive things. But as a follower of Jesus Christ you and I must trust and believe that we have a God that is greater than any situation, or so-called threat to our well-being especially if that threat happens to have a good amount of melanin in their skin. Relax. Even if you’re in the wrong part of town, at the ungodly hour, and you come across an actual “thug”—fear not, isn’t God with you? Don’t you have angels to protect you?
If more Christians walked in the power of God, they wouldn’t fear.
The system of racism corrupts the soul with arrogance and envy
I did an entire message on pride and arrogance. I think it’s one of the toughest messages for people to swallow. The upcoming book won’t be any easier. This is because pride and arrogance are the worse thing to have.
It’s absolutely repulsive to me to see white people walking around thinking they’re superior to non-white people. And I’ve experienced all too well the expression of this arrogance from disdainful looks to terrible mistreatment all because of some white person thought they were superior.
White supremacy turns initially decent people into snobby, uppity, demeaning people who mistreat non-white people without even losing sleep over it. On top of that, their behavior is justified and encouraged by other white people. It’s a shame what this system has done to white people.
Here’s a thought: even if black people were inferior to white people, it doesn’t justify the mistreatment of them does it? Another thought: It’s funny how white people will fight for humane treatment of animals (which are inferior to us on some level), but could careless about the treatment of their fellow dark-skinned human.
Black poverty builds white pride.
A white man may be doing bad financially, but when he see’s that homeless man, or those poor blacks on public transit, he’s feels a sense of pride. He or she likes the downtrodden state of non-white people because it reinforces the lie that he/she is superior.
The only thing some white folks are superior at is treachery. Now, don’t be offended. If you’re an honest white person, this doesn’t apply to you.
I will also go to state that without black people’s downtrodden state, some white people couldn’t feel special.
However, when black people don’t fit the narrative or poor, uneducated people, some whites become extremely envious especially if that black person or group is doing better than them.
Here’s an incredible story of a black woman admitted to a psych ward for informing NYPD she owns a BMW. These ignorant, brainwashed white folks thought this woman was supposed to be on Welfare or Section 8. When she didn’t fit their stereotype, they punished her. See the story and video here:
There have been many times in the past when black people built affluent and rich communities with no outside help, and then envious white people found an excuse to barge in, steal, kill and destroy these communities.
In order for whites to feel superior, blacks have to stay down. The idea that black people will become strong and mighty again brings up so much fear in brainwashed white people that they feel they have to take drastic steps to prevent it. They may believe that if blacks become collectively successful, it will be their end. And if blacks are doing better than them, obviously they are not superior.
Sidenote: If you notice, though, whites don’t get upset when mexicans have Mexican Town, or when Asians have Chinatown, or when Arabs own and control Dearborn Michigan. But it’s only when black people start building strong and rich communities that whites get scared. Why is this? I’ve already shared the reason briefly early in this series and I’ll expound on it in the future.
For now, the bottom line is: white people need to wake up to the fact that they’ve been lied to by a system bent on destruction of a nation and the corruption and control of a world.
To White Christians:
Do you harbor any of these negative ideas towards non-white people? Does the poor economic state of black people make you feel good about yourself? Does it sadden you a little or make you angry when a black person is doing better than you?
If so, your problem is pride. Here’s what God has to say about it:
16 These six things the LORD hates, Yes, seven are an abomination to Him: 17 A proud look, A lying tongue, Hands that shed innocent blood, 18 A heart that devises wicked plans, Feet that are swift in running to evil, 19 A false witness who speaks lies, And one who sows discord among brethren (Proverbs 6:16-19).
White supremacy is guilty of all of these. If you call yourself a follower of Jesus and practice these things, I’m pretty sure you won’t be entering into the kingdom of God if you continue to.
Whoever secretly slanders his neighbor, him I will destroy; the one who has a haughty look and a proud heart, him I will not endure (Psalm 101:5). Everyone proud in heart is an abomination to the LORD; Though they join forces, none will go unpunished (Proverbs 16:5). “God resists the proud, But gives grace to the humble.” (1 Peter 5:5).
So we see here that pride and arrogance is an abomination to God and those who practice it will be punished. Grace is a necessary part of our salvation (Eph 2:8-10), but if God is withholding grace due to our arrogant attitude towards non-white people, how can we expect to be saved?
As a professed Christian, you have to examine yourself. The bible continues to say: If you put yourself above others, you will be put down. But if you humble yourself, you will be honored” (Luke 18:10-14 CEV).
Another scripture says:
The lofty looks of man shall be humbled, The haughtiness of men shall be bowed down, And the LORD alone shall be exalted in that day (Isaiah 2:11).
Ask the Spirit of God to show you areas where you’ve allowed the enemy to deceive you about non-white people and repent.
Why do white people believe stereotypes?
It’s easier to believe stereotypes. Stereotypes are designed to classify people. It gives people a sense of security. People fear the unknown. With an accepted stereotype, it makes it easier for white people to deal with non-white people.
At the end of this all, white people will be held accountable for the actions no matter if they were manipulated and deceived into practicing racism by a system.
The Angry Eye Experiments with Jane Elliott
In the below video, a brilliant woman by the name of Jane Elliot conducts experiments across the world to show just how easy it is to turn people with differences against one another; and these experiments also show people just damaging the effects of racism can have on the soul.
The sad thing about stereotypes is that many of them are true within the black community, but not because black people are bad. It’s because they’ve been engineered to behave that way.
My next article will focus on the systems that engineer, control and oppress black people resulting in the stereotypical behavior the media wants you to see.