~ The aim of RCT is to provide people a process for changing their colonized thinking and behavior which fosters classism, sexism, and racism. America’s patriarchal culture socializes us to think and behave like white people are superior and people of color are inferior. To correct this thinking, RCT is rooted in Africa’s matriarchal culture which fosters social equity. It is critical that humane thinking and behavior replace colonized thinking and behavior as soon as possible therefore, it’s important to know that the 12 Step process, if followed, has been proved to begin to change how one thinks and behaves in 90 days. To promote permanent change, THIS 12 step program includes New Way of Thinking (NWT) classes to teach pre-colonial history. The 12-18 month classes include 1) Understanding the two primary global cultures, matriarchy and patriarchy, 2) Understanding the system of racism/white supremacy, and 3) Pre-Columbus-colonial History.
Is It To Blacks’ Advantage To Accept That whites See Them As A Threat Or To Not Because They Don’t Intend To Be Threatening?
Remember Pascals Wager…is it to your advantage to believe or not believer there’s a God. You only lose if there’s a God and you don’t beleive so it’s to your advantage to believe.
Is it to Blacks’ advantage to believe they’re a treat to whites or not…they lose only if whites see them as a threat and Blacks on believer they are…because then Blacks function in response to the wrong premise.
Blacks will prepare one way if they see themselves as a threat and differently if they don’t see themselves as a threat.
How should Blacks see themselves…?
Based on white male patriararchal culture, how do whites see Blacks?
Political/Economic Racism Renders People of Color Ignorance By Design Per Miseducation…Thus We Don’t Know … Life, Family, Marriage, Divorce, Sex, Children Are A Business
…if but because, at the moment of death if there’s no will…no legal document of your wishes, the court decides your ‘unfinished’ (Black) business is their (white) business. And, they love it because all types of white folk get paid…your hard earned money pays court system and lawyers…and, the white women & their babies…guaranteed.
Dr. Umar Johnson is the only person I know of who’s trying to alert us, he says ‘marriage is a business…so, don’t marry white’ and I say, because , Black Lives Matter.
Remember, white male patriarchal culture, family & social structures about the ‘object’…the thing, money, materialism, status not the individual or the group. Before 17th century European marriage was about marrying for wealth or status…not even love. Whereas, in Africa, matriarchal culture, family, social structure is about the group…the reproduction of the group, the well being of the group…not love but respect, Ubuntu, I am because we are…I can’t exist without you.
But, Prince, probably knowing none of this was only aware of ‘the love thing’…not seeing his life as a business…because anything that involves one’s time, energy, and resources (skill, talent, sperm [produces life’]) is a business, right?
At 1st Glance, When I Saw This In The Paper, My 1st Thoughts Were…
DCPS Chancellor Kaya Henderson…didn’t do any better for the poor children of DC than than Michelle A. Rhee
Schools in poorest Wards of DC, Wards 7 & 8 (I was born in Ward 8 and have lived between the two wards since 1980’s), haven’t improved a bit. They both used the job as a stepping stop to advance their careers.
Title of article should have been, ‘mis-education’…continued ‘Miseducation of the Negro’…educational racism is the primary tools of the system of racism/white supremacy that’s used to destroy Black/African culture…goal: Cultural Genocide.
In fact, “[t]he founding of the ABOsi [Association of Black Psychologist] wnd the contemporary discipline of African psychology…was really about a cultural war. A war in this case refers to the conflicting values and dogma…between the disciplines of Euro-centric and African-centered psychology…a “war of ideology”, a “war of values”, a “war of self determination”, and a “war of cultural relevance.”
Details of this cultural war is outlined in chapter 2 of The Psychology of Blacks: Centering Our Perspectives in the African Consciousness, by Parham, Ajumu, & White.
Religious Racism…A Tool of Black/African Cultural Genocide…Teaching My Grandsons The Truth
Church, July 17, 2016…my grandsons, 13 & 16, are in church somewhere (l’m in hospital) this Sunday morning. But they probably won’t hear a racism social justice sermon like those of Rev. Jeremiah Wright, or see a Black Jesus like the one in Union Temple Baptist Church in.DC or a Black Madonna and child to which Popes pray.
So,, the responsibility falls in my lap, totally…no African-like village to help like the one my parents’ generation had…the one that raised me. The responsibility is mine to teach them about ‘religious racism’…why the Popes worship a Black Madonna and child (Jesus) and they’re taught to worship a ‘white’ one. So, I have to create a village. And, today I go to the Association of Black Psychologists’ book, The Psychology of Blacks: Xentering Our Perspextives in the African Consciousness, page 4.
The lesson today is th 1sr Annunciation where God reveals to the Virgin that she will conceive a child: the 1st Immaculate Conception where the. Irvin immaculately conceives through the power to the Spirit; the 1st Devine Birth where the vs y savior is born; and the 1st Adoration where wise men come to honor and adorn the infant baby.
Images of each…carved in the stone temple walls of Egypt constructed around 1473 BC…1473 years before the ‘contrived’ birth of the ‘white’ Jesus.
The ‘white’ Jesus is a copy, an imitation…of the Black/African/Nubian Horus. His fathers’ name is Osiris and his mother’s’ is Isis.
It would really help our effort to know the truth if Black churches, across the country, would display the original 3489 year old Black Jesus, the one the popes worship vs the 2016 year old white copy…like Rev. Willie Wilson does at his church in SE, DC, Union Temple Baptist Church.
How Do We Raise The Bar From Patriarchal To Matriarchal Behavior
White male patriarchal culture rooted in disrespect, domination and control…has no respect for women. Black/African matriarchal culture, rooted in respect, Ubuntu, I am because we are…respects women.
Which culture was Cosby living?
Before Diop, white anthropologists said there was only one culture, patriarchy; that patriarchy had evolved out of matriarchy and, thus, was superior. Then, Diop’s thesis disproved them, saying that both cultures existed; that patriarchy characteristically, among other things disrespected women and that matriarchy characteristically, respected women. Additionally, he proved that patriarchy was the culture of Europeans and matriarchy was the culture of Africans and all people of hot climates.
5. Emancipation of women in domestic life Debasement/enslavement of women
Wonder If She Knew He Respectfully Copied Black Music
Presley publicly cited his debt to African American music, pointing to artists such as B. B. King, Arthur “Big Boy” Crudup, Ivory Joe Hunter, and Fats Domino. In 1956 interview, he named blues singers who “obviously meant a lot to him; how he tried to carry on their music”; also said, “The colored folks been singing it and playing it just like I’m doin’ now, man, for more years than I know. They played it like that in their shanties and in their juke joints and nobody paid it no mind ’til I goosed it up. I got it from them. Down in Tupelo, Mississippi, I used to hear old Arthur Crudup bang his box the way I do now and I said if I ever got to a place I could feel all old Arthur felt, I’d be a music man like nobody ever saw.”
Little Richard said of Presley: “He was an integrator. Elvis was a blessing. They wouldn’t let black music through. He opened the door for black music.”
White male patriarchal culture uses ‘entertainment racism’ in various ways to destroy Black/African culture. As occurred with Rock N Roll, one way is to ignore what’s indigenously Black/African/Nubian; devalue it; subordinate it as ‘heathen’, ‘savage’, ‘gross’. An exception to the rule, rare is it that a white person, like Elvis, gave full credit to Blacks as the originators of the music he played. He even went further to admit that the music didn’t become acceptable until he, a white man, began to play it.