Why is it that Black People Do Not Love Their Children? I know, I know, if you’re Black, you’re probably thinking – “I love my children!” And, you probably believe that you do; but let’s examine the facts and see if you really love your children or if it’s just a façade put forth to pacify your desire to love your children. In order to examine the facts we must first understand and admit that “love” is an action word. To have any meaningful substance, the word “love” MUST be followed up with and supported by actions. Let’s examine a few examples and see if the actions demonstrate supportive evidence of “love”. 1. You say, I love my child, but you send your child to your known enemy to be educated (public schools for example). 2. You say, I love my child, but you allow you and your child to live in a ghetto type environment. 3. You say, I love my child, but you allow you and your children to populate the prisons and the courts more than any other group of people per capita. 4. You say, I love my child, but you allow your child to be abused by the police and the establishment without rising up and putting a stop to it. 5. You say, I love my child, but you send your child into the work force seeking employment from those who have historically worked against the advancement of your kind. 6. You say, I love my child, but you don’t do everything possible to build a nation that your child can truly call his/her own. 7. You say, I love my child, but you don’t educate yourself so you can teach your child. 8. You say, I love my child, but you don’t spend much time with your child. 9. You say, I love my child, but you are spending all or most of your money with businesses not owned by Black people. 10. You say, I love my child, but you don’t offer your child a healthy future. Those are just 10 examples of what Black people who say they love their children do, and I’m sure you can add many more examples. If only one of those examples applies to you, then you are guilty of not loving your child. To qualify the above statement, let me state for the record that I do not believe “love” is a partial entity. By that I mean either you love or you don’t. I don’t believe you can love a little bit. It’s either love (100%) or it’s something else. I’m not talking about an emotion; I’m talking about actions. Your emotions cannot protect your child. Your emotions cannot feed your child. Your emotions cannot teach your child. So you see, I’m not talking about the make yourself feel good emotions by saying “I love you” and being emotionally caught up in believing you really do when your actions are actually contrary. Now let’s examine why “Black People Do Not Love Their Children”. The answer is really quite simple: Black people don’t love their children because, in the condition Black people are in today, Black people do not have the “courage” to love their children. It takes a great deal of “courage” to love your child. You must be courageous enough to not just die for your child, but you must also be courageous enough to live for your child. If that means giving up some material luxuries, so be it. If that means risking going to jail, so be it. If that means having people not like you, so be it. If that means being tortured, so be it. If that means the death of your child, so be it. In recent history, as a group, Black people have demonstrated themselves to be a group of “cowards”. In my opinion, anyone that allows the things to happen that have happened to the Black family, and not do everything possible to stop it, is a “coward”. What other reason could there be? Black people have fought and died bravely in wars that was not their own. Why? It was because they were too cowardly to face up against their slave-master. They were more afraid of the slave-master than they were going into the war. Coward ness, fear will make a person invent many excuses that the coward will accept as reasons for doing or not doing certain things. Trying to be accepted by a people that hate you is a coward’s way of not facing reality and not having to deal with real issues and real solutions. It has been said many times that Black people are spiritual people. Spiritual can also mean “cowardly”. Why does evil exist? It’s because so-called “good” people allow it to exist. So-called good people are too “cowardly” to stand up against it. Hitler is said to be an evil man, but what did Hitler do that was evil? You may say, “Well he had millions of Jews killed”. I don’t recall Hitler personally killing Jews, so that means that others must have done the deed. Hitler may have given an order, but an order does not kill anyone unless that order is implemented – most often it’s implemented by a so-called good person. Do we not have so-called good people (soldiers) in Iraq carrying out orders and killing people? Who is evil, the one giving the order, the one carrying out the order, or both? Why are Black people being victimized on a daily basis? It’s because Black people allow it. It’s not the “white” man – he only does what he is ALLOWED to do. Just as it takes courage to love your child, it takes courage to be free. It takes courage to build your own nation. It takes courage to take destiny into your own hands. “The Kingdom of YAHOVAH Allah” presents to you a chance (maybe last chance) to demonstrate the courage to love your children. Peace, Blessings Edited by Purplemoons.... Reason...Not authorized to post links to personal sites. Must be a Premium Member.