EXAMINING THE WAY MIRACLE-HOPING RELIGION IS USED AS A TOOL OF SLAVE CONTROL
SLAVE SERMONS FOR THE POOR AND THE OPPRESSED
One of the common techniques that slave sermons have always used is to put the slave in a mental stupor where he is constantly hoping for a miraculous solution to his every-day problem.
The slave preachers know that the slave's life is constantly beset by problems, but never is any attempt made to decode the mystery of continuing captivity, because to do so would incriminate the slave master. By all means the slave must be made to look elsewhere.
So the conspiracy on the plantation is to keep the slave in a state of guilt. He is told that he was born in sin and iniquity, and because he is still sinning that is the reason why he is getting poorer and poorer and the slave owner is getting richer and richer. Instead of identifying the slave master and the slave system as the source of the problem the slave is redirected to identify an invisible character called THE DEVIL as the one who is making him sin and causing all his problems. If you ever point at the man in the big house on the plantation the hypnotized believers will be sure to come to his defense.
After the signing of The Emancipation Act, slavery had to be made invisible, and the slave masters had to be given a face-lift. They crossed out the name “slave-master” and introduced new names like “BANKERS,” and “CORPORATIONS,” and slave sermons had to be used to assist the slave owners in their disappearing act.
The gullible believer is taught that if he works himself in a religious frenzy and give generously to the church a miraculous superman will wave his magic wand and cause money to appear or cause problems to disappear. He is told that White Jeezus is the answer, and he is encouraged to keep sanctifying THE WHITE IMAGE. Even those that claim that God has no color would not dare to speak out against the use of the racist white image as a representation of holiness.
This is the kind of stupor that will keep a slave waiting two thousand years and more for a savior to appear, and because the slave master’s trickenology is cloaked in religious sanctity, the slave will feel that he is sinning against God if he questions the dogma that is used to make him STAY PUT.
His mind is so kryptonited by BELIEF IN FAIRIES that he will not be able to ask himself this simple question:
How come the places that have the most churches and the most believers continue to be the places with the most poverty, the most malnutrition, the most corruption, the most crime, and the most sufferation?
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