Racial discrimination has been a chronic problem in the U.S. human rights record. Facing discrimination in employment and payment, the ethnic minorities are trapped in graver poverty. In 2014, multiple cases of arbitrary police killing of African-Americans have sparked huge waves of protests, casting doubts on the racial “equality” in the U.S. and giving rise to racial hatred factors.
Racial bias in law enforcement and judicial system is very distinct. Compared with other ethnic groups, African-Americans are more likely to become victims of police shooting. Police killings of African-Americans during law enforcement have practically become “normal” in the U.S. According to an analysis of federally collected data, young black males in recent years were at a far greater risk of being shot dead by police than their white counterparts — 21 times greater. The 1,217 deadly police shootings from 2010 to 2012 captured in the federal data show that African-Americans, age 15 to 19, were killed at a rate of 31.17 per million, while just 1.47 per million white males in that age range died at the hands of police (www.propublica.org, October 10, 2014). Victims of the high-profile deaths caused by police enforcement in 2014 were all African-Americans. The above-mentioned Ferguson case exposed the feature, gravity and complexity of human rights problems in the U.S. caused by the country’s institutional racial discrimination, highlighting the racial discrimination problem in the law enforcement and judicial system. The protests staged around the U.S. were directed against violent law enforcement and injustice, as well as the underlying problem of racial discrimination. When commenting on the cases in Ferguson and other places, a former senior American official said the U.S. criminal justice system was “out of balance” (www.washingtonpost.com, December 4, 2014). Amid sweeping protests against judicial injustice in relevant case, another fatal shooting of an African-American man Rumain Brisbon by a white police officer took place in Phoenix, Arizona. “It gives the impression that it’s open season for killing black men,” some comments said (www.usatoday.com, December 4, 2014). Click here to read more.
Recent stories include Alton Sterling. Black people are going to have to come together under one code of conduct. These non-issues called black feminism, black gays, Hebrew Israelites, etc. are distractions. Our number one plight is not obeying God. He gave us a code of conduct called the Ten Commandments. We are not following it and we are perishing in every area of society.
God’s command for the family:
- A man marries one woman and is faithful (this alone increases income).
- A man and woman raise their children loving God and teaching them how to keep his commands (sets up the next generation for success).
- A married man and woman invests, first, in things that can be transferred to the next generation (buying a house, within your means, should be your priority over every other purchase & taking care of it).
Satan’s code of conduct for the black family:
- A black man marries another black man and a black woman marries another black woman (can’t produce children, must STEAL seed & a womb to corrupt the next generation).
- A black woman must lead the home (put the weaker vessel in front, because that is how WWI, WWII, an the Civil War, was won). No men win wars.
- A black man and woman should not be faithful (this alone decreases income and negates wealth).
Satan’s code of conduct for the white man:
- Keep preaching my message (homosexual agenda) on every outlet. Manipulate the algorithms on twitter and google for the promotion of my message.
- Destroy the black family by any means necessary i.e police officers, homosexuality, mass incarceration.
- Infiltrate their black churches and fill it with my message. Call it progressive. Keep assaulting their mind with my teachings.
You may ask the question, if keeping the commands of God is better, how come those in the dominant society succeed regardless? God only punishes his children. Remember, the Israelites were enslaved for 400 years in Egypt, does this story sound familiar to blacks in America? Wicked Kings of old always prospered. They surrounded themselves in black magic and used sorcery like they do today. Deliverance came when a righteous leader was raised up by God, but the people first had to cry out to God for deliverance.
It is time to cry out to Jesus and he will do the rest. Keep crying out! While you cry, you must obey God’s commands. This requires work. If you do it, God is faithful to hear you.