Then when people insist on flaunting their race (or individuality) in socially unacceptable ways, not being content to be unique on their own God-given merits, they play the victim game and claim that they are being discriminated against. (This is also true with rebellious youth who, dissatisfied with already having been created unlike anyone else ever created, resort to bizarre hair colors, piercings, and tattoos to express their individuality, then wonder why people stare at them, treat them differently, why they can’t find meaningful employment, etc. That is as disingenuous and manipulative as a buxom teenage girl wearing a shirt that says “stop looking at my chest.” When girls dress like prostitutes and then lament that they want guys to appreciate them for their minds, and not treat them like objects, you want to say “seriously?! What do you expect, dressed like that? You could do something about that.”)
We joke about Rodney King’s famous line “can’t we all just get along?”, but it’s a valid question, and the answer is yes, if we just realized who it is that doesn’t want us to get along.
Ultimately, the ruling elite to whom I refer are under the control, whether they realize it or not, of demonic forces, and possibly of Satan himself. He revels in division, and doesn’t want us all to get along.
If it helps you to find a reason to resist this incitement of hatred between the races, remember that Jesus wants us to love each other, and Satan wants us to hate each other. Who are you going to serve? And which is more important to you, your faith, or your race?
The Marine Corps used a clever way to deal with the race issue. When I was in boot camp at Parris Island in the summer of 1978, I was quickly told that there were no such things as a black Marine or a white Marine; we were all green Marines, and to make the distinction, for descriptions, we were to use the terms “dark green Marine” and “light green Marine”. I liked that, although since society as a whole isn’t one color we can describe in shades, it doesn’t transfer well outside the Corps.
It is highly unlikely that the popular actor Jamie Foxx, who recently lauded Obama as “our lord and savior” at an awards ceremony, accurately represents the views of the average black person. Since then he revealed his racist leanings, whether in jest or in earnest, in his monologue on “Saturday Night Live” on December 8, 2012 when he described his character in the new movie “Django Unchained” as shooting all the white folks in the movie. Had a white actor remarked of shooting all the black people in a movie, there would have been an outcry, demands for an apology and a subsequent decline in that actor’s career.
It makes one wonder what the true motives of people like this (and his supporters) are, because improving race relations doesn’t appear to be one of them. How can these remarks possibly bring about harmony between us?
Furthermore, that what must follow is the institution of a sound republic based upon the Founding Fathers’ original intent, not the lapse into anarchy to be answered, as it always is, by tyranny. This must also happen under the hand of Divine Providence, else it will not stand. Hard fought freedom must then be guarded jealously. Thomas Jefferson said “the price of freedom is eternal vigilance” by an armed, informed and intelligent citizenry, not by military sacrifice in foreign lands.
We have not been vigilant enough, preferring instead for our paid military to wage wars on our behalf, not realizing they are in reality doing the bidding of the elite who have no national loyalties. As a result, we have become complacent in protecting the liberties rulers resent us having.
Hear me well – we are not each other’s enemy. Remind each other of this. Seek peace, but prepare for war, and above all, PRAY for the Lord to intercede in the affairs of our Republic.
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