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THE TRANSITION OF CULTURAL NATIONALISM TO CHRISTIAN NATIONALISM
(A CONTEMPORARY LOOK AT BLACK HISTORY 2009)
Part 5: Civil Rights Organizations & Peace
Editors Note: Brethren if we all strived for peace there would be no hate. However, many miss the boat to salvation as they believe they can ride, float or fly without knowledge of Truth. But, it is written that salvation comes by way of study and knowledge of the Truth. Thus in Truth you will, I will, know what God would have us to do. We bear witness that God did not create humankind to serve Baal and Satan. Rest assured no Man or Woman will get you to the safe place of Peace and Paradise.
In the name of Almighty God, Master of the universe Ruler of all the earth
Peace be unto you. To the Church and believing Christians everywhere. To those that believe in the Bible as the supreme authority that governs all of humankind. In this we give thanks to God the Father the Son and the Holy Spirit that leads and guides us the straightway.
As the century turned to 1900 the trees still hung with much strange fruit as Ginsburg recorded in his “100 Years of Lynching.” However, due to the surge of anti-Semitism there would soon be some help with the Niagara Movement and the eventual National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Urban League and the contemporary Civil Rights Organizations.
W.E. B. DuBois and Booker T. Washington would quarrel and a system arose that looked not to independent thinking, but the interest of those who thought they had the best interest of all people in hand. However, some were still not included as regular human beings as the auction blocks still were present in the owners mind especially those who held the land.
Independence Traded For Silver (1-21-09)
Booker who could have been a Hooker for
he went awhoring for pay. Thus setting the
earliest precedents for the national Straw
Boss and HNIC. Central to all of this was
not so much Black or the Colored folks,
people in the Black and White community are offended by the use of the term
Uncle Tom. In many instances a select group of Blacks are more offended by
Uncle Tom than the use of Nigger. For the record thieves, crooks, rapists,
corrupt officials and liars are offended when they are classified as such. My
brother often said that "a hit dog will holler."
For all practical purposes most of those that are offended by Uncle Tom are
Advancement, but concessions in pay and
the man to see for a good job. While the
paymaster looked the other way in disputes
with Marcus Garvey and W.E. B. DuBois
justice and peace floated on a Dead Sea.
we note that Blacks were disenfranchised after Reconstruction, it is clear this
fact had a tremendous impact on DuBois. As DuBois gained maturity, he did not
associate poverty or ignorance with color. He believed that lack of opportunity
and lack of thrift was very important. These principles were in strict accord
with the philosophy of New England of the 19th century. (See W.E.B. DuBois, The
Autobiography of W.E.B. DuBois, New York, International publishers, 1968, p.
Meanwhile, a man is judged not on just one,
aspect of his life. However, when added up
the negative outweighed the positive, as never
would DuBois or Garvey nor I settle for just
shining shoes and working with our hands to,
essence of Dubois’s theories on Black leadership rest in his assessment of
Booker T. Washington's program. Thus, DuBois opposed Washington and opted for a
different direction for Blacks. An activist, as well as an intellectual, DuBois
won recognition as Washington's chief opponent. DuBois especially disagreed with
the tactics of Washington. DuBois urged liberal arts education of talented
Black students in order to strengthen the leadership of Black protest
Serve the ruling regime leaving our minds, to waste.
Thus, came a selfish and Black on Black
discriminatory attitude that rode the Booker
T. school even up to this day. However
we see a Re-birth as Black self esteem has,
Contemporary Black historians would be wise to note the basic contributions DuBois made in his struggle for Black equality. DuBois understood that Booker T. Washington posed a gross contradiction in the struggle for equal rights. Therefore, DuBois continued his efforts toward eliminating the problem of mis-direction of the civil rights struggle within the ranks of Black leaders. In so doing DuBois was instrumental in promoting the organization of the NAACP.
Been revitalized by Barack Obama and a new
day is upon us, but we look back and dream.
Meanwhile, the initial mood of independence of
the first Civil Rights Organizations gave way as
DuBois and the Crisis went different ways.
The leadership of DuBois was instrumental in the establishment of the NAACP in 1910. Thus, many scholars note that the NAACP launched the 20th century Civil Rights Movement. The leadership of DuBois within the NAACP personifies his theories on Black leadership. His theories and leadership paved the way for the fight against second class citizenship.
The controls set in and even those Black like me still
had little to do with who really ran the organizations.
Peace thus wrestled with the Depression as Blacks
had been in something worse than the Depression
before and soon after the guns ceased to sound in 1865.
DuBois throughout his life sought to develop and refine his basic theories on Black leadership. His pursuit of excellence thorough the educational process was an important element in his theories. Also, the legal battle for the civil rights of Black people is noted as one of his leading contributions.
Thus, they knew of being poor and soon left the Republican
ranks and joined up with FDR and his New Deal.
So went also the Civil Rights Organizations as soon
the liberal agenda would transcend and become redefined
to mean something else.
White organizations were formed to deny Blacks citizenship. Black organizations were formed to appeal for Civil Rights. Thus, soon after the turn of the century the NAACP and the Urban League were formed. These organizations like most of the Civil Rights groups to follow have never had a true emphasis on Black economic development. Over the years they have misguided the Black community on a fantasy road of social and civil justice. They have also been controlled by those outside the Black community. Thus, they have had a hidden agenda that is not Black but White
Before the great bombs landed in Japan and the end of
the run of the Nazis in Europe race relations began to take a
different turn. Truman ended much of the discrimination in the
armed forces and soon a new decade brought another war that
the Black man served in with honor spilled out over the land.
disillusionment of these organizations and groups has caused confusion and a
false sense of well being by the Black community. So if the South had won the
Civil War, the South would not have witnessed the “Vale of Tears,” when
countless poor Black souls were murdered and lynched. The formation of Black
Civil Rights organizations in the aftermath of a southern victory would have
taken on another emphasis. Most likely if the South had won, Black
organizations would have had an economic emphasis.
After Korea he came back and demanded even more rights
and there was no peace. Lines were drawn and the Judas
Branch of the Straw Boss and HNIC (Head Nigger In Charge)
still found favor among the sycophant factions and those that
sought to control the land and the hearts and minds of the masses
who wanted peace.
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