During the peak of rising Capitalism in the fourteenth century, Europeans took part in the most vicious and sinful world trade system in history. Vicious because human life meant nothing in the mist of the prosperity movement of that time and sinful because the goods they produced and used for this prosperity required a lifestyle of drinking, smoking, and we can concluded, cursing.
The rum they transported from Europe kept them in a drunken state as they ventured to the African coast for slaves, and once they reached the slave plantations of the Caribbean's and the America's, the tobacco crops tended by the slaves filled European smoke pipes adding sophistication to their lifestyle.
Though there were other commodities in the trade, these were the most profitable. Agreements between England and the Colonies to transport these goods became what we know of today as American Capitalism. The American political system sprang from the decisions made by the founding fathers, wars were fought, and laws were passed, and among the dissention, Democracy reared its head.
Democracy: a concept based on Christianity. "Freedom to the world and a prosperous life be unto you." With the concepts and stipulated definitions of it, Europeans justified themselves as world leaders, civilization developers, and supreme businessmen.
They believed that Christ ordained the white race to organize the world and that God's face shined down upon them while they obeyed. Thus, whenever they conquered a new land or encountered a new people, they introduced Christ as their Lord and commissionaire. To this day, peoples of the world relate Christ and the Holy Bible, with the domination of the white man.
The descendants of the slaves that tended tobacco crops, and who suffered in the bowels of slave ships, and who ran desperately through the lands of Africa from the slave hunter, whether they realize it or not, continue to live in a analogous triangle of American Capitalism. Rum, tobacco, and slaves are not the commodity today. There are new commodities now that contribute to the vicious and sinful lifestyle of the white-American. We have to equivocate what rum, tobacco, and slaves mean today. Furthermore, we must interpret the intended mission of Jesus Christ for humankind and not just the white man to dispel in the minds of the world that ugly picture of the White Jesus who dominates the world.
Rum is a strong drink and strong drink makes a rage of a man. There is not much discerning to do to understand that strong drink remains to be a pleasure among the white race. In fact, an overwhelming percentage of white-Americans drink compared to any other form of pleasure in any area of life, however, this fact is not as studied or reported. For example, more people drink alcohol than they do use tobacco. Though there are campaigns to curb both, tobacco seems to be the dominant focus, and alcohol is second in terms of drinking and driving. The death toll for both is high and diseases brought about by both are high also, but tobacco remains to be a trend.
To have the slave mentality in today's society means to discriminate. Blacks are not physically subject to the whip per se, however, they are subject to social, economical, and political brutalities that mentally confine us. Regardless if the law says that there is to be no discrimination against blacks or any other minority group, laws cannot dictate the mindset of a white person who believes differently; and personal beliefs is what we are up against now and have always been up against.
These beliefs were etched into the minds of whites then by misinterpreted concepts of the Holy Bible and were passed down into the minds of following generations, who continue to hold to many of these beliefs today. Though people now know that Jesus was not actually a white man and that His mission is not for one race to enslave another, the picture remains etched.
To dispel this myth, by equivocating rum, tobacco, and slaves with drinking, smoking, and discrimination in terms of the white man's lifestyle today, we can see that the triangle continues. The commodities are not rum, tobacco, or slaves; however, the method of control remains that same, which is both Capitalism and Democracy.
To better explain this triangle, one must understand what makes white men happy: power, money, and pleasure. So, what is there in today's society that equates these three things and to what end? Capitalism gave them power and prosperity, slaves brought them tobacco and superiority, and rum and domination over the black man (and his woman) gave them pleasure. But, where does Christ fit into this triangle?
Christ was and remains to be, the white man's excuse. He is their justifiable reason to pursue his lustful desires. Did the white man make up this supposed Christ? No, he did not. Christ was here long before the white man; the white man merely uses, and continues to use, Christ and His words (by dangerously misinterpreting them at that) as his tool to world dominance.
Do not misunderstand this; he does not use Christ as blatantly as he did then, by claiming that Christ has ordained blacks to be slaves to the whites, but he now uses Christ more to colonize and democratize the world. He does not tell his victims that Christ has ordained them to rule over them, no, he does not possess that kind of audacity any longer; however, he thinks this, and he would that everyone else think this also.
To supplant these thoughts in the minds of his victims, the white man draws pictures that send subliminal messages to their minds. The weak mind will accept this message, connect it to the white man and Christ as his Lord, thus resisting the words and will of Christ. If the victim has no real knowledge of Christ's words and will, then he will fall as a victim to this indoctrinating delusion.
Now, one must know God and know that the creator of humankind does not mean one race to be subject to another. Nor does He desire humankind to engage in lifestyles that are detrimental to his mental and spiritual abilities, such as drunkenness and the use of controlled substances.
God wills that all men live peacefully in this world. No one race dominating the other. There is no inferior race and no superior race. Time and chance happen to all. All people must know that God is not of a specific race and the ruling authorities should make an effort to educate all to this truth. The world is a place for humankind to grow into and learn about, and to use its resources adequately, not selfishly, and controlled by one race in time.
If the white man cannot think to abide by the laws of human nature and the supreme laws of God, how can he live any longer in a world where people are not as ignorant as what he may think? To further justify the point of the triangle, consider the ATF Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms agency of the American government: all things that make the white man supreme, with Christian Capitalism as a base.
The triangle continues.
© Dec. 2017
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