In our society, which is being overrun with fear today, one of the biggest disconnecting thoughts is Racism. What is the thought behind the thought of racism? Is it not disconnection? Are fear and lies underneath the thought of Racism? Just suppose Racism doesn’t really exist. Suppose it was just a made-up idea designed to disconnect us.
This brings me to the thought that everyone should ask themselves: what is the thought behind the thought? At “The Fathers Heart Media” the media we produce is designed to present thoughts that connect fathers to children and children to their fathers; both naturally and supernaturally. Connection can only occur in the presence of love and truth. Disconnection occurs when fear and lies are present.
I pondered the possibility that Racism was a lie. I spoke to my Dad (the Big Guy, and I don’t mean Joe Biden) about it. He encouraged me to study it. Where did the idea of Racism come from; it is certainly not in the Word of God. In the Word there is only one race mentioned: Human Race.
So, my inquiry came to a place of “first mention” as far back as I could detect. It was first mentioned by Charles Darwin in his 1859 work “The Origin of Species”. Not only was the theory of evolution proposed in this work, but he proposed the idea of the Human Race being divided (that’s right hear that word “divided”) into four categories defined by skin color: white, black, red and yellow. How cunning of Satan to propose such an idea. However, he goes even further to suggest that the white race was superior to all the other races as he defined them by skin color. My Father (the real Big Guy) does not think this way; that thought never entered His Mind. Thus, the concept of “race” as defined by skin color was introduced to mankind coupled with the concept of evolution. The white people were more advanced, more evolved; smarter as it were. Thus, a new prejudice was birthed in the minds of men. Unfortunately, the birthing of these false ideas into the minds of men, were the men who wanted to control mankind. Men who loved power. Men who understood you could manipulate people through fear. Men who understood the principle of “divide and conquer”. Men whose master loved to be called “Lord and Master”. Yes, Satan himself, who wrenched dominion from Adam and who is fighting like hell to keep dominion in a losing battle.
The Battle of the Ages: Freedom vs. Control is won by the sons of God even the Ecclesia. Nonetheless, Satan has his henchman who bow their knee to him, the self-proclaimed descendants of Cain. Those who were offered dominion on the earth if they would bow down and worship him; and they did. To these people the fictitious concept of race fit perfectly into their plan to divide and conquer mankind. When Adam fell, he left his position which was above the angels and fell underneath Satan’s control in the realm of the animals. Man, angels, animals, plants, minerals were the five realms or kingdoms. Man was God’s highest creation (higher than the angels which infuriated Satan), made in the image and likeness of God, yet Satan, full of jealousy hoodwinked Adam in the garden and the battle for control commenced. Satan purposed to defeat the “seed of the Woman” before he crushed Satan’s head. This battle would restore mankind’s dominion on the earth; and concomitantly reposition mankind over Satan and the entire angelic realm again. No wonder Satan shook when the Son of Man said to him “Get behind me Satan”!
So how does the idea of racism play into Satan’s hand? How can Satan use the idea of racism to control us and take away our freedom? In the first place, it is a lie. In the second place the thought behind the thought is to control us and take away our freedom. There are several processes in play here: divide and conquer; steal, kill and destroy. All the plays in Satan’s playbook. But, most importantly a lie which creates fear can be used in the sphere of Government (Masks anyone?) Politics effects Government. Governments are used to control people. Those spheres of influence most dear to Satan’s heart: Politics and Religion. I wonder if that is why you are not supposed to talk about those two subjects at cocktail parties? You’ve heard the adage: don’t talk about politics or religion at cocktail parties. These playgrounds of darkness bring disconnection, something the host of the cocktail party wants to avoid.
Have you ever considered how much we are being manipulated by media? In the Theatre of the Mind is it possible to program people by presenting them with words and images that alter their perception of reality? For over 100 years propaganda has been used to alter our perception of reality. Originally, the word propaganda meant to give us information. The new definition has changed to give us biased information designed to present a particular narrative or point of view, even considering the fact that the narrative is fictitious or false.
Media can take a fictitious idea like Racism and repeat it a million times and Viola! It now appears as a fact! No matter how many times one says it, or conflates Racism with Prejudice, it is still a lie.
Just suppose there were 13 (their number) ruling families who had bowed the knee to Satan, offering him the blood sacrifices of children (both in and out of the womb) in exchange for power? Could they utilize the manufactured concept of “racism” to create emotional responses to pit one group of people against another group? You bet they would, and they do. In fact, it works so well in the political sphere of influence any time someone disagrees with their narrative or policy they simply call him/her a racist. Yet, they are the ones acting like racists if there was such a thing, though there is not. It’s a manufactured idea.
The effect of using words and images to create division between groups has worked for the agents of Darkness so effectively to cause separation and antipathy that they decided to propagate other groups to divide and conquer women vs. men, gay vs. straight, conservative vs. liberal, rich vs. poor, Democrat vs. Republican etc. etc.
The strategy is to divide them into groups, pit them against one another, then scare them and finally offer them a solution if they will give up their freedom so you can control them. Welcome to America in the 21st century.
Let me tell you story about “Racism” and the political solution to it. I worked for a businessman in NYC named Joe the Hat. His heritage was Italian by ethnic background, and he vehemently protested he was not in the Mafia (he protested too much methinks as Shakespeare was wont to say). Joe the Hat drove a brand-new Cadillac Eldorado (bought a new car every two years) and drove around with a Fedora on his head, hence the nickname. When I was 16 years old, I worked for two summers for his company Meadowland Concrete, providing concrete for the construction of commercial office buildings. Yes, Joe was in the concrete business. If called upon, he could fit you out with a new pair of shoes, if you get my drift, but he was not in the Mafia, you understand. But no one crossed Joe the Hat, (they were afraid they may end up swimming with the fishes). I know this because he told everyone I was his nephew and hence under his “protection”. As a young teenager I was untouchable.
One time Joe told me a story about racism. One day a man named Leroy Jones came into his office wearing a fine suit. Leroy Jones offered his business card to Joe in his “office” which consisted of a trailer on one of his construction sites. Mr. Jones explained that he was from the “Equal Opportunity Employment Commission” or EEOC and he was being directed to visit businesses in NY to make sure that they followed the new mandates of the EEOC. Since black people represented 30% of the population, all businesses were now being required to hire 30% black workers. Joe looked at Leroy and smiled. Okay he said, let me call my foreman in here. So, Joe called Charlie into his office. Charlie, this here is Mr. Leroy Jones from the EEOC. He wants to make sure we are hiring in compliance with a new mandate of “equal opportunity” Joe pronounced the words slowly and with emphasis. Charlie, how many men do we have working in our Blue Ribbon Gang? Charlie replied 10, Boss. How many are black Charlie? 7, Boss. Okay good. Mr. Jones here says we need to have “equal representation” so we must fire 4 of our best workers from the Blue Ribbon Gang. The expression on Mr. Jones face sank as he slumped in his chair. Charlie, take Mr. Jones’ business card and give it to the 4 men we now must fire, courtesy of Mr. Jones. At that moment, Leroy Jones bolted out the door, with the door hitting him in the ass on the way out. Charlie turned to Joe and said, “you don’t really want me to fire four of our best men on the Gang do you?” “No, of course not” said Joe and they both laughed.
This is a true story. It reflects the absurdity of quotas created to support a fictious idea of race based on skin color. It has nothing to do with skill, ability, or desire. Just the color of skin “to make things right” because of some preconceived injustices. Misplaced and out of context solutions to a manufactured problem. Injustices exist. Prejudices exist. Evil exists, but don’t be duped into believing it has to do with race. The truth is we are all part on one Race created by God our Father. Our one race is Human, created by the red clay of the earth in the image and likeness of God our Father. Once, we get that truth straight, the prism through which we view reality becomes a lot clearer and much more connecting to our Dad and to each other.
I dedicate this article to Otis McQueen, my best friend, a gifted teacher of the Scripture who considers himself an American, not a black man. A man who is free, one of “We the People”, an American endowed with rights from God which are self-evident and inalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. Otis was the first man to teach me about race, the one and only Human Race.