Tuesday, December 14, 2010

Black Bondage : Letter

14 Dec, 2010
Isaac Alp Bradley

The Black Task Master

I am writing this in order to address my concerns about the Black leadership in the United States.

The NAACP (National Association for the Advancement of Colored People) was founded to be a grassroots-based civil rights organization, to give black people a much needed voice. The NAACP according to your own web site,” seeks to remove all barriers of racial discrimination through the democratic processes”. You can not remove racial discrimination by causing the same, any organization that uses race as a criterion such as your organization, the Black congressional caucus or any other group that uses race as a factor, is inherently racist.

Having seen your web site I, as President Clinton said “Feel your pain”.
Unfortunately your actions do not fit you words, for example the pledge:

• I believe all Americans have equal rights and equal value.
• I cherish the diverse cultures, beliefs, and values of America.
• I believe we can disagree without being disagreeable.
• I repudiate all acts of racism and hate, both in words and action.
• I have faith in the promise of America – a promise built on mutual respect, common civility, and hope for a better tomorrow.
• I commit to building that better America by participating actively and peacefully in the democratic process.
We are one people. We are one nation. I’m an NAACP American

Sounds good, but is not followed by the leadership who for the most part ( from my prospective) work hard to keep there black subjects in servitude to the democratic party, in fact most black leaders are just task masters who are beholding to the man.
I truly believe that at one time the current Black leadership was whole heartedly interested civil rights. Now it appears the interest is in money and doing what ever will get 2 minuets of television time.
For example;

Mr. Jackson who said “You can’t vote against healthcare and call yourself a black man.” Mr. Jackson has said so much that searching the internet yielded page after page of questionable comments, that upon review really makes you wonder if its money or people that are more important.

Mr. Sharpton is just as bad. Apparently the bible they use has no passage to turn the other cheek.

What would these two men and by extension most of the rest of the American black leadership do with out racism or something to fight and raise money for? If they could not deliver a huge block of voters what use would they be?
I truly believe that, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr counts as one of America’s true inspirational leaders and his I have a dream speech is one of the great speeches in history, and Mr. Bill Cosby was correct in saying “Help thyself”, get a hand up not a hand out.

Of course there is the mass assault on the United States in the UN and the NAACP is a co-presenter , it makes me wonder if the NAACP is in reality just another liberal/communist organization.

The only group of people who work hard for racial turmoil is the black leadership in an apparent effort to keep the serfs on the plantation, after all if a black person is a conservative then they are called Uncle Tom etc……..

I will acknowledge that there are real issues to be resolved, but depending on the government through the Democratic Party to solve all issues is a form of slavery.

I would like to live long enough to see, Martin Luther King’s “judge a person by the content of his/her character, not by the color of the skin” be the social rule of thumb.
Unfortunately it will take 100 years or so for this to come about, and as long as black people are socially constrained from disagreeing with the black leadership or by extension the Democratic Party, they will be stuck on the plantation.

Historically speaking the Democratic Party was/is the party of slavery, Jim Crow laws, and segregation, if Dr. Martin Luther King had not been in jail and his father not made a deal with then-presidential candidate John F. Kennedy, the present black community would not be in bondage to the Democratic Party.

Thank you for your time.

Isaac A Bradley