The attack on Black male power and responsibility is one of the most effective weapons in the systematic destruction of the Black nation whether it is the mass killings of Black males in Dafur, Sudan, where Black women are left vulnerable, unprotected and to be raped. Or whether it is the virulent attack on the weak Black American male (and other former slave-owning colonies) who are still victims of the "Willie Lynch" program where Willie Lynch proposed dividing the Black race, "MALE AGAINST FEMALE, lightskinned against darkskinned, tall against short, house slave against field slave," ect. The rabid attack on Black male "patriarchy," and the call for patriary to be replaced by "matriarchy," has been part of the diabolical scheme used since the days of Arab and European slavery.
When one looks at what is happening in Dafur, Sudan, what does one see. One sees the perpetrators of genocide attacking Black African males, committing genocide by destroying the males, raping the women and forcing the creation of a mixed class in the effort to destroy the fabric of the Black African family structure.
In Sudan, the most horrible and most blatent form of genocide is being used to destroy the Black African family and THE BLACK MALE IS THE FIRST TARGET OF THE ATTACK. In like manner, in the Western nations and elsewhere, the attack on the duty of Black men to do their jobs as fathers and leaders in their communities rather than being irresponsible and misleaders is under attack by radical feminists whose methods are even more devastating than the outright genocide taking place in Sudan at this very moment.
The attack on Black men and the attack on "patriarchy," seems to be part of the old "Willie Lynch" conspiracy to divide and destroy the Black family. Black feminists like slaves and like these Black "Arabs" in Sudan are doing exactly what the enemy wants them to do. They are involved in self-destruction and fracticide of the worse kind.
The idea that keeping Black men at the bottom by villifying the ability of men to perform their duties is simply another philosophy of promoting male oppression. The fact is, when one speaks of the Black male and "patriarchy," one has to understand what "patriarchy" means in the African/Black community around the world. The Black communities worldwide, whether in Australia, Melanesia, India, Africa, the Americas, the Caribbean does not practice the the type of "patriarchy" that nations like Mexico, Italy or the Arab nations practice. Patriarchy in the Black community deals with men doing their duties as men and being left to do their jobs. Patriarchy in some Middle Eastern lands means women wearing burkas, or walking six feet behind their husbands.
On the other hand, the problem in Black America is not Black male "patriarchy" by a Willie Lynch "matriarchal" system that was implemented by force during slavery days. In fact in Sudan's Dafur region where the Black African men are being wiped out and the women raped, one can expect a similar social construct if the overall society and culture of the Africans do nothing to remedy this situation.
Feminist destruction of the Black American male and of about 15 million of his Black children since abortion was legalized some decades ago is the real problem in America and elsewhere. The use of "feminism" as a tool of abortion genocide, family destruction, male vilification, disunity, family fragility, stopping population growth by promoting divorce, misleading men and women into committing anti-family activities....this is the legacy of the matriarchal system that the white feminist movement has bestowed on Black people.
Throughout the history of Black people whether in Africa or the Americas, the role of Black women has been one of parity with men albeit the division of labor. Yet, in ancient African societies, some African societies were MATRILINEAL AND MOST PATRIARCHAL. Some were both matrilineal and partilineal, while others were either primarily patrilineal or matrilineal. Cheikh Antah Diop presents a rare type of African family where women were in complete control. THIS IS THE TYPE OF FAMILY THAT FEMINISTS AND THE SLAVEMASTERS HAVE TRIED TO IMPOSE ON THE BLACK AMERICAN COMMUNITY FOR CENTURIES. Yet, this type of family system was rare in Africa even when the system of tracing on the female line (matrilineal succession) was found in some places.
The history of the Black race has been one where families are composed of fathers, mothers, children, grandparents and extended families. The societies have been primarily sedentary, with village, town or city dwellers. The system of defense was always a strong, select group of warriors who were kept constantly prepared and trained to defend the settlements.
One has to look at the way that the "Arabs," have been eliminating men and burning villages, raping women and girls in Dafur, Sudan to realize that the objective is to weaken the entire system of familyhood, in the same way that the feminists have been using abortion, divorce, discord and destruction to weaken the Black male and Black family. The rape of the women of Dafur after the men have been wiped out is done to send disarray in the entire family system. In like manner, the attack on Black male patriarchy and LEAVING MALES OUT OF THEIR FAMILIES SO THAT WOMEN AND CHILDREN CAN BE VICTIMS FROM ALL CORNERS OF SOCIETY IS JUST AS EVIL AND DEVASTATING AS THE TYPE OF SYSTEMATIC DESTRUCTION TAKING PLACE IN DAFUR, SUDAN.
RETURN THE BLACK MALE PATRIARCHY
The Black nation of the United States and the world community has to surive. Our survival must be maintained at all costs. The way to make sure the Black race is not destroyed (as the Africans of Dafur, Sudan) is to strengthen the Black patriarchy, work to eliminate family destruction, impose laws that will make it taboo to promote or destroy family unity.
Black America and the Black world needs a strong patriarchal system that uses its strength to keep the Black family united, thriving and expanding.
What Black America and the Black world does not need is the "Willie Lynch," radical feminist matriarchy that has done nothing since the sixties but destroy the Black family, while the promoters of this new "feminist" paradigm have kept their families intact, kept their males out of confinement and promoted the expansion of their numbers in places like the Middle East. What an irony, the top promoters of feminism and the top haters of Black male "patriarchy," are people from religions and cultures where the partriarchy is very strong and where their families are united, thriving and strong. (See more on this feminist conspiracy in the book, "A History of Racism and Terrorism, Rebellion and Overcoming," pub. by www.Xlibris.com also at www.Cushcity.com )
Black feminists should stop harping about "Black male patriarchy," while they are promoting Black female matriarchy, a system that comes directlly from the old Willie Lynch, "divide and conquer," system of destruction. The fact is, radical feminism and false matriarchy has done more to destroy the family system and males in general. The male in America and in many places around the world are in serious trouble and it is time that societies AND BLACK NATIONS AND SOCIETIES IN PARTICULAR, start taking measures to protect males. When males are neglected, their fathers discarded, they are feminized, they are insulted or treated like animals in confinement because they were not properly raised by their fathers with any discipline, it is these boys who are among the most dangerous to society. It is these boys who are the threat to the peace in any society. Men/males who are kept out of their families or kept from doing their jobs as men have a tendency to become wild barbarians. No nation or society can tolerate this trend. It is time to return Black men to their families as leaders. It is time to return the Black patriarchy to the Black nations.
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