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Just a Thought for the Wise to Consider!

Just a Thought for the Wise to Consider!
Posted By: Harry Watley on December 20, 2009

Just a Thought for the Wise to Consider!

Let me begin by saying that in my opinion White America’s system of government compared to other governments is the best. However, there are many flaws present that we have witnessed trying to pass a health-care bill beneficial to all taxpaying citizens. We know greed, sweetheart deals, manipulation and conniving are flaws that go on with these lawmakers that compromise the well-being of the American citizens and simultaneously hold down White America’s system of government from being the best in the world. So, there is room at the top for Black Americans to establish the best government the world would see. Does that make any sense to you?

Now, since there is room at the top to be better than White America. What other people than Black Americans who are descendents of slaves is qualified and should be at the top, other than us? The answer is no other people except us.

Black Americans who are descendents of slaves are a unique race of people that cannot be compared to any other races in this country of White America since our origin is different from others. All other races came from another country to be here. On the other hand, the Native American Indians lost the real estate of this country in accordance with the laws of nature, which is survival of the fittest to White American people.

However, Black Americans who are descendents of slaves are a people that were made on this continent from the breeding between White and African people. Black Americans are neither Africans nor Caucasians. Blacks are a new breed or race of people that has emerged out of the ashes of slavery.

I said all that to say this, the room at the top is exclusively and divinely reserve for Black Americans to established a system of government that would be better than White America’s system, but not in White America, instead in our sovereign country. Now, to get to the top Black America’s mind must be firmly fixed on the top. The same way that the Exodus was exclusively and divinely reserve for Moses and the Children of Israel is how you should understand the significance to what I am saying.



Let me give you a contrast to what I am talking about firmly fixing your mind to be at the top.

Mr. Hugh Gaddy constantly posts blogs entitled, “Black in time” although his blogs are very informative they also have their downside or trade-off, psychologically speaking. For having this information, the psychological trade-off is that Black America’s would always see their accomplishments giving credit to by White America. Consequentially, Black Americans will always be trying to please White America, psychologically speaking. That means psychologically and subliminally you have accepted White America to be superior to you across the board. Having this sort of mindset, you as Black Americans could and would never achieve anything higher than White America’s limit, am I right. Supposing that Black Americans are inherently more innovative than White America is, then how could Black America’s innovation run is full gambit if Black Americans are always waiting for White America to say well done? Black Americans could never get to the top with this sort of mindset.

There are many more examples I could give, but try to understand the one I just gave concerning, “Black in time”.

Now, please understand I am not implying that Mr. Gaddy is doing anything deliberately wrong neither is I implying that I do not care for White America, of course I do. Moses cared for the Egyptian people as well.

However, Black Americans only permanent solution is to desire sovereignty or complete independence on a portion of this continent that we could call our very own country with borders. Understand that you cannot have sovereignty if you do not desire first to have sovereignty, am I right. Likewise, the Hebrew people could not have accomplished the Exodus if they did not first desire to leave Egypt.

Black Americans are on their way as the Children of Israel was on their way when God sent them Prophet Moses. I am Black America’s first genuine prophet.

Remember, that my point is that the room at the top is exclusively and divinely reserve for you, Black Americans. No one could get you to the top but God’s anointed one, as it was the same with Prophet Moses and the Exodus, am I right.

Tell me what you think.
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I agree with what you say about Healthcare Reform Mr. Harold, but that's about it.. When you went on about White vs. Black and Mr. Gaddy's posts are psychological trade offs. I feel that you're wrong, and his posts embolden us to be better people.. atleast it does for me. White people are not your problem, but you yourself are by thinking they are.

Sunday, December 20th 2009 at 2:49PM
Harry Watley
const. contractor/ retired at self
Hello Ms. Irma,

You said, ‘no’ you do not think that I am right. In addition, you did not give any reason why I am not right.

In the absence of any reasons that I am not right, I would still believe that I am right.

Okay.

Sunday, December 20th 2009 at 3:35PM
Harry Watley
const. contractor/ retired at self
Hello Derek,

I believe that you are entirely missing my point. My point has to do with Black Americans firmly fixing their minds to become better than White America is since there is room at the top to do so.

Healthcare was just an example that shows White America system of government is not the best form of government and that perhaps Black Americans who are slave descendents could establish a better system of government upon becoming a sovereign people or having complete independence from White America on a portion of this continent that we could call our very own country with borders. Therefore, Black Americans who are descendents of slaves could and will come along to do better than White America has done.

Lastly, it is not a situation of White vs. Blacks as you put it. My concern is that Blacks grow out of the mindset of using Whites as the yardstick to judge themselves. In other words, if Blacks continue to have this inferior mindset, Blacks could and would never achieve anything better than Whites have achieved, am I right.

What say you?

Sunday, December 20th 2009 at 3:53PM
ROBINSON IRMA
UC, Davis class of 1992
Harry, what a major shock you have given me(and "I" expect others as wlll).

NOT THE CONDAMNATION OF THE BLACK AMERICAN BUT AN ENCLUSION OF THE BLACK DECENDANTS OF SLAVE IN AMERICA...

CHANGE "i" CAN BELIEVE IN THAT PROPER EDUCATION by way of dialogue IS GOING TO BE ABLE TO SAVE MANKIND from themselves.(smile)...and thanks Harry,"I" do mean this...
Thursday, April 10th 2014 at 6:47PM
ROBINSON IRMA
UC, Davis class of 1992
..and, Harry my direct answer to your direct question,"am I right, is a direct "N-O "from me as an individual and my family as a group of decendants of slaves in Black America...
The Tell me what you think..is I think my answer to the ,"am I right" covers this along with the THINKING that Harry is not yet ready to accept any truths / realities out side of his own.(smile)

Thank you for this blog...
Thursday, April 10th 2014 at 6:47PM
ROBINSON IRMA
UC, Davis class of 1992
Thank you so very much Harry for backing my "...Harry is not yet ready to accept any truts/realities that are not of his own", because I could not have done a better job than you did...

Now, does this make me a Black prophet for predicting this would be something you would come up with to FILL IN for what was in my actual comments????LOOOOOOOOOOOL
Thursday, April 10th 2014 at 6:47PM
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