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H. Lewis Smith, Founder and CEO - UVCCFourth of July (Independence Day) for Whom?

By:  H. L. Smith

The following is an excerpt from Frederick Douglass’ Fourth of July speech, July 5, 1852:

“What, to the American slave, is your 4th of July? I answer; a day that reveals to him, more than all other days in the year, the gross injustice and cruelty to which he is the constant victim. To him, your celebration is a sham; your boasted liberty, an unholy license; your national greatness, swelling vanity; your sound of rejoicing are empty and heartless; your denunciation of tyrants brass fronted impudence; your shout of liberty and equality, hollow

Frederick Douglass - Photograph by George K. Warren (d. 1884). [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons - Courtesy Wikipedia

Frederick Douglass – Photograph by George K. Warren (d. 1884). [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons – Courtesy Wikipedia

mockery; your prayers and hymns, your sermons and thanks-giving’s, with all your religious parade and solemnity, are to him, mere bombast, fraud, deception, impiety, and hypocrisy — a thin veil to cover up crimes which would disgrace a nation of savages. There is not a nation on the earth guilty of practices more shocking and bloody than are the people of the United States, at this very hour.”

Frederick Douglass’ speech personifies the indomitable spirit of the 18th and 19th century slaves and the malignant history of the n-word (n**ga/n**ger). They refused to accept any beliefs and participate or rejoice in superficial (as it related to freed slaves), conciliatory occurrences that seemed to mock or minimize the sacrifice and struggle countless ones endured in the same nation that was built by their tireless toil but refused to allow them to enjoy the fruit of their labor.

This same unrelenting spirit of truth, remembrance, and striving toward one’s own superior entitlement was prevalent in freed descendants throughout the 1960s. Though physically barred during the 18th and 19th century, African-Americans were less mentally enslaved then than many blacks of this 21st century. A vast amount of 21st century blacks have in many ways performed a whole 180-degree turnaround; one of these more prevalent regressing moves is in their refusal to relinquish a dehumanizing, demented, degrading term laced with ignorance and immorality: the n-word, the epitome of foul language.

One cannot visualize from any depth or corner of one’s essence or mind Frederick Douglass, father of America’s Civil Rights Movement, or any other victimized enslaved ancestor finding embracement of the n-word acceptable by their descendants. Such an embracement serves as an indictment that even though the slaves were supposedly freed in 1865, 145 years later many blacks are still mentally enslaved. That is a depressing and disgusting thought. The indoctrination of the 18th century slaves’ forcible use of the n-word has proved to be trans generational, and a self-refueling and self-generating mind control mechanism.

Black leaders of the sanctioned slave era and leaders of the 1960s demonstrated much courage and intestinal fortitude in their efforts to unshackle the minds of their enslaved brothers and sisters. Today, the presence of true black leaders with the same conviction and determination to overcome seems to be non-existent.

The system has found a way to keep these would-be leaders silent. The system architects have devised strategies that ensure some blacks’ obedience to the current status as they help to suppress and exploit their own kind, keeping them in an uncouth state of mind: White America no longer has to physically wield the whip to keep a race of people enslaved; rather, white America continues to keep the system in check by supporting black America’s degradation through compensating entertainers, writers, athletes and the like, to continue perpetuation of the brainwashing process in a variety of ways.

In turn, these sycophant black ventriloquist continually work to mute the voices of the enlightened few by believing and loudly conveying to their followers this belief that no power exists in the n-word or other forms of cultural genocide.

Yes, blacks are the ones exhorting other blacks to remain in and accept their place of being n**gas. Sadly, many blacks do not realize that until ALL blacks are free, no black person will ever be able to experience the fullness and goodness of [true] freedom.  Failing to realize nor understand how it is that Black America—as a group—have been systemically locked into a no win situation.  All the wealth and [power] in this country has been asymmetrically over 400 years directed into the hands of the majority white society.  Controlling almost 100% of the income, wealth, power, businesses, resources, privileges, and all levels of government Black America has been socially engineered into a position of that of a permanent under-class whose only salvation is economic independence which can only be obtained through unification.

Current Black America has retrogressed and no longer exhibits the heart and soul of the ‘60s; instead, they prefer to surrender, meekly lie down, and yield to a term that keeps them mentally enslaved. In other words, the actions of today’s Black America are tantamount to a treasonable offense to the sacred, hallowed memories of their ancestry.

During the ‘60s the fight was against social injustice and Jim Crowism, and was gallantly fought. Even though today’s struggle continues to hinge heavily on a more subtle form of social injustice, Black America has the potential to unite and overcome these issues collectively. However, this unity can only be achieved once the group on whole awakens from the 400 years of mind manipulation and willfully cuts away all attachments and long-standing addictions to the past, including use of the n-word.  Black psychologist have a term for this: Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome (PTSS).

undressing the N wordA man isn’t truly free until the shackles of the human mind, body and spirit are broken. Until one is capable of taking control of their own mind and thoughts, he is still a slave. Black America is not in control as evidenced by its use of the n-word. Frederick Douglass once said: “Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where any one class is made to feel that society is…to oppress, rob and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” The psychological and spiritual liberation of all Black people and realization of true independence will only be obtained through the embracing a reality of truth and enlightenment, not through the embracement of the n-word.  Is today your (4th of July) day of mental independence?

H. Lewis Smith is the founder and president of UVCC, the United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc., www.theunitedvoices.com, author of “Bury that Sucka: A Scandalous Love Affair with the N-Word”, and “Undressing the N-word: Revealing the Naked Truth About Lies, Deceit and Mind Games.”  Follow H. Lewis Smith on www.twitter.com/thescoop1


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