Are We Really an Independent Country or Island or is it Just a Sham?
To maintain the status quo in Grenada and throughout the Caribbean and African, the British Privy Council and judicial system were wholly reconfigured, and one of its primary purposes was to ensure and pressurize blacks to comply with the social customs and labor demands of Anglo-Saxons by any means necessary. As such, the spirit and ways of life under slavery, as well as the inferior mentalities, also continued; and now, even at the hand of the Black societies.
Whatever "education" and deformed self-image the slave master imposed upon blacks during slavery has persisted, and been handed down - by Blacks - throughout the generations. The continued self-hatred and minute or unfound self awareness that permeates throughout the Black world is a direct result of 400-plus years of mind control.
The mentality or beliefs that the majority of Caribbean and African Blacks presently and voluntarily adhere to is the same unfortunate policy of inferiority and self-hatred Blacks were forced to subscribe to when enslaved: Anyone who is convinced his or her past is empty, backward, shameful or, indeed, totally negative, will normally resist any attempt to revisit that past. Such a person will have no true identity, despise self, and have no real awareness of his/her culture and heritage. This same person will refuse to consciously participate in or relate to any cultural customs, and will resist any attempt to validate any "facts" discovered. They remain in the darkness, helpless, and dependent. The doctrine hasn't changed one bit.
In order to correct the problem, Blacks must consciously and sub-consciously realize that what they were taught was not for their liberation, but was and still is only in the best interest of the ruling class. History translates into "his-story" - the manner in which one understands or interprets history from his or her own perspective to his or her own benefit. Today, Blacks are living witnesses as to how real black history has been - by "his-story" - distorted, misleading, and deceptive and mind controlling. American history teaches that slavery ended in 1838; this misinformation is a blatant example of how the truth can be and is tampered with to seemingly save face for Britain and other European plantation owners, "the dream country". However, the obvious suppression of or disregard for such a critical piece of Caribbean, African and European history makes one question what other aspects of history, in general, have the people been lied to and deceived about.
Evidence all around the world suggests that Black civilizations were far more advanced than the images portrayed to the black community by the ruling class. The ruling class would have Black Africa and Caribbean believe that the Black race is limited to huts, spears and jungle life with no trace of civility, culture, organization, and self-sufficiency. Research exposes this as a gross fabrication.
Further, Blacks must confront and correct the lies that have destroyed the group as a people. With the exception of the Black man's image as presented by academics, the average person of African ancestry knows very little, if anything at all, about his or her African heritage, and has, more than likely, been misinformed. The Grenadian-Caribbean-born black man and black woman are completely brainwashed beings who only know, recognize and comprehend or experience what their slave master has decided for them. It's incumbent upon Blacks- as a group - to liberate their own minds.
Secular and non-secular people who have spent centuries strategically and heinously orchestrating the black world's physical, psychological, emotional and spiritual enslavement are not going to just turn around and set Blacks free; Blacks must remove the shackles of mental enslavement themselves.
Consider a white hunter who sets out to capture a baby elephant. He approaches a baby elephant and its mother. Sensing danger, the mother charges at the hunter who raises his rifle, pulls the trigger, and kills the charging elephant. The baby elephant is captured, tranquilized, and with a cable wrapped around its neck, taken into captivity where it is tied to a post. For five years, it remained tied to that post even though it is now full grown and could have uprooted the post at any time.
However, the elephant did not realize it possessed this strength as it had been trained to accept enslavement and that bondage was the norm. Finally, one day, it unintentionally broke free of the cable, and rather than scuffling off, the elephant chose to remain close to the post even though it was now free.
The elephant elected captivity, which is unnatural, because it was so accustomed to being tied down and stuck in one spot. This story is analogous to Grenada and Caribbean’s Black predicament and its reliance on the British, French, Spanish, Dutch…legal, political, educational, social…systems for their existence.
There are many Grenadian and Caribbean Blacks who really do not want or know how to be free, for with freedom come accountability and responsibility. Just as Britain…continued promoting slavery well after the abolition of slavery - a supposed hard and immediate stop to all forms of slavery, the Black society has also allowed the slave mentality to continue: Blacks have continued to promote and keep alive the demise of the Black society and stifled progression by use of the n-word, which was created to hold blacks in an inferior place in society. As such, this has caused learned helplessness, docility and passivity in the black community, keeping many Blacks cerebrally anesthetized no matter the extent of education attained.
Many Blacks have chosen not to move away from the post, and, frankly, that's quite bewildering. How is it that so many in the black society have chosen to remain captive and stationary? The RIGHT mix of KNOWLEDGE, UNDERSTANDING, and WISDOM enables one to move away from that post and toward progress. These three essential components that are necessary for resurrection and empowerment are defined as:
1) Knowledge: awareness of the facts, truth, and reality. Black America must undo fables, lies and fantasies. Blacks as a people are more committed to fables, lies and fantasy than facts, truth and reality, which is a tremendous problem.
3) Understanding: comprehending the "right" knowledge, and manifesting it into action.
3) Wisdom: the optimum combination of knowledge and understanding expressed in the ability to make things happen.
Acquiring this enlightenment will automatically cause one to deviate from the norm and move away from that post or bondage. However, many remain captive because they have consciously chosen not to acknowledge and garner the elements needed for resurrection and empowerment.
Until Grenada, Caribbean and African Blacks as a group are ALL free, none are truly free. Need the name Harvard Professor Henry Louis Gates Jr. be raised?
Grenada, Caribbean and African Blacks have taken non-black man made doctrines - rather, white man made doctrines - as the inflicting rule and guide over and above facts and reality. Blacks have literally accepted that which does not even make sense as fact and truth.
Grenada, Caribbean and African Blacks unhealthy willingness to self-sabotage serves as a testimony to the effectiveness of 400 years of mental abuse (mind control). To overcome! A process that never took place must and needs to take place... DE-PROGRAMMING!