THE WORLD (Naked Departure) — WHITE PEOPLE are nervous around black people, especially black men. And why, you would ask? It’s simple, yet undeniably perplexing in the same thought and in the same sentence.
White people are afraid that black people will one day revenge them for slavery. White people are afraid that at some point in the future, by some miraculous happening (if it takes that), black people will wake up and see them as evildoers. White people are afraid that black people, by sheer numbers, will overtake them and make them slaves (karma). White people are just all-out afraid of anything black or brown that’s walking on two legs.
But, the perplexing part is: white people have the power to quench and vanquish any supposed uprisings. White people have the power of infiltration. White people have the power to start wars and kill people all in the name of preemptive strikes and national security. White people control the money system. So you would think with all that might they wouldn’t be afraid.
But they are. Not even in an alternate, upside down universe would they want black people to be in charge.
White people are afraid of that glitch, a happening, an event that would answer that question that pricks them every single day:
“How do these dark-skinned people keep it together; how do they, with such skill, pretend to forget; how do they live, eat and work right beside us; how much longer are their plans being planned before they are put into action against us for what we have done and continue to do…. When will the darkies strike?”
This is a terrible sign of insecurity on the white man’s part. What the white man does not realize is the great success he made during African slavery (with the genocides numbering in the tens of millions and the transplantation and dehumanization of Africans), that to this day still runs through their veins in imprinted in their DNA. The white man does not fully understand the success of slavery. For in the day they do, they’ll realize they have nothing, except for complacency and/or haughty spirits that is, to fear.
It’s simply perplexing! Naked Departure