My Talking Points

Christ Savior of Sinners

My Talking Points

Systemic Racism Myth: I would love to know which country outside the United States of America has been more welcoming to foreigners and to people of all races. This country has always been and will always be the land of opportunity. The myth of systemic racism is being pumped and spread by the mainstream media, hollywood, academia, BLM, antifa and many more bad actors with the goal of fanning the flames of racial tension and divide. There is a huge emphasis to pit the misfortunes of the african american culture on the white man. Referencing and citing the practice of slavery in this country. Forgetting to mention that slavery was a way of life for every type of race in human history. The Hebrew people were enslaved by the Egyptians for 400 years in Egypt, hundreds of years before Jesus Christ. Every continent consisting of all races practiced slavery. The United States was the first country to stand against slavery and completely abolish slavery with the Emancipation Proclamation of 1865. Every other country in the world followed suit. There is talk of reparations by many of the activist who are societal cancers and agitators for violence, disorder, chaos, looting, and riots. If we are going to focus on reparations for past faults that is unsustainable. Reparations should be done across the board. Who will pay reparations for the families of victims who have died due to black homicide? There is a current black on black homicide pandemic that is plaguing many inner cities. The homicide and violent crime rate is disproportionately more among the blacks than any other race. By just watching the local news in every city; the graphics and images confirm this to be true. There is no mention of individual responsibility and accountability for misfortunes. It's not whites killing blacks on a daily basis, it's blacks killing blacks. People are so afraid to mention this for fear of being cancelled or better yet being a victim of attack. No group, race, nationality should be exempt from criticism. If we are going to mention the wrongs of one race, then the wrongs of all races should be mentioned. There is a biblical passage that the apostle Paul wrote to the Romans when he said that "for all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God." (Rom.3:23) Sin is sin, period. You could be a cookie thief and make hell your home if that sin goes unresolved.  If we are going to focus on past sins like slavery that was resolved by the heriocs of a white man like Abraham Lincoln and a mostly white Union army that abolished slavery. Then the case should be made to focus on the violent crime and homicides that is unresolved and is growing at a horrifying rate in inner cities. Blacks lives should matter when the blacks are the ones taking them as well. We need to start being responsible for our own actions and not pit the blame on anyone else or another race. A biblical passage reads in Ezekiel 18:20 - "The soul that sinneth, it shall die. The son shall not bear the guilt of the father, nor the father bear the guilt of the son. The righteousness of the righteous shall be upon himself, and the wickedness of the wicked shall be upon him." This passage basically says that before the Just and Living God we do not carry the sins of our ancestors. Why is society attacking one race for past low points while pandering to another race. Society is focusing on the low points and ignore the high points. Human history will only be a reflection and a projection of a flawed species like the human race. Only God is perfect. "Let God be true, but every man a liar"(Rom.3:4). We focus on slavery and do not celebrate the abolishment of slavery. This country has just experienced a 2 term African American President in Barrack Obama. This country holds the wealthiest black people outside of the continent of Africa. Rappers who pollute societies with there profanity, violence, & vile laced lyrics are rewarded with millions of dollars in this alleged systemic and institutional racist country. Incredibly talented black professional basketball players are luctrativey compensated with astronomical amounts of money. If one works hard and perseveres in one's ambition without wavering; success will be conceived in due season.