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    A Brainwashed Black person is an individual who has internalized every negative stereotype about Blacks and their culture and is seething with self-hatred and low self-esteem. This person usually believe
    s that the only path to success and true happiness is to marry or assimilate into White culture, hoping to escape the sins of being born Black. For most Black people, if presented with the question of are you brainwashed most would respond with the resounding answer of absolutely not! However, before dismissing the possibility of your own brainwashing, please allow me to ask you a few preliminary questions:
    Here are some ways to find out if you are a Black person who has been brainwashed by the dominant culture:
    Do you believe that in the United States most violent crimes are committed by its Black population? (There not)

    Do you think that the largest recipient of welfare or largest benefactors of affirmative actions are Black Americans? (There not! White women are the largest benefactors of affirmative action)
    Do you run around boastingly claiming that your family has “non African blood ?
    Do you believe that all Black NBA players are married to White women? (Actually, 86% of married African American NBA players are married to Black women.)

    Do you believe that most whites score higher on IQ test than Blacks? They do not! That's a blatant white lie that is used to perpetuate the myth of white intellectual superiority.
    Do you believe that most Black people do not enjoy reading?
    Do you believe that despite of having an unprecedented history of collective unity, that Black people are now to the contrary their own worst enemies?
    Do you tell a dark-skinned Black woman, “You are so pretty to be dark”?

    Do you give an automatic pretty pass to light-skinned women just because they are light-skinned and have long hair?
    Do you refuse to frequent Black-owned businesses because you believe that their services are sub-par as compared to White-owned businesses?
    Do you believe that “Good Hair” consists of hair that is long, flowing and silky; not kinky?
    Do you believe that all educated, wealthy Black men and women are married to people outside their race? (As of 2008, only 4.6% of all married Blacks in the United States are married to a White partner or other races.)
    Do you make statements such as “Black women have too many problems” or “I cannot find a Black man that is on my level” to justify dating outside your race.
    Do you believe that Africans are incapable of properly governing themselves?
    Do you believe that whites, despite a brutal history to the contrary, now possess higher moral characters and are less likely to engage in criminal behavior?
    Well, if you answered "yes" to any of these questions, you probably are brainwashed! If you answered "yes" to more than one, then you certainly are brainwashed.
    Certainly you would reply, "Isn’t that what most people think?" Well, the answer to that is, yes. But, just because most people believe something to be true, doesn't make it true. All it means is that you and the majority of those people around you are receiving the same fraudulent misinformation--or, put more bluntly: YOU ARE BEING BRAINWASHED. So, the question is, really, how did you get this way? How did you and so many other Blacks come to believe these things outlined in the previous questions--favoring whites and degrading blacks--as being true? Moreover, how is it possibly coincidental that millions of Black people are all sharing the same wrong negative self perceptions?
    The reason is because these negative perceptions about themselves have been deliberately embedded into the collective Black conscious by way of a massive media driven perception management program. Black people are now targets of the largest media driven Psychological warfare campaign in history. While many Blacks do realize that they're being inaccurately negatively portrayed by white controlled media outlets, most however don't recognize the intentional significance of these depictions. The totally white controlled media's constant negative depictions of its Black population is an ideological subversion program designed to adversely shape and distort the collective perceptions and consciousness of its Black population.


    In the Mis-Education of the Negro by Carter Godwin Woodson, it states, "If you can control a man's thinking, you don't have to worry about his actions. If you can determine what a man thinks, you do not have to worry about what he will do. If you can make a man believe that he is inferior, you don't have to compel him to seek an inferior status, he will do so without being told and if you can make a man believe that he is justly an outcast, you don't have to order him to the back door, he will go to the back door on his own and if there is no back door, the very nature of the man will demand that you build one." These words, written nearly eighty years ago, not only still ring true, but are in fact the core philosophic foundation behind this applied "ideological subversion," program. Within this ideological subversion program racist white ideology devaluing Blackness is being pumped into the minds of Black people without being challenged or counterbalanced by Black self loving messages. Its constant deplorable depictions of Black people--that subjects them to seeing only the fraudulent worst in themselves- is deliberately designed to corrupts their sense of racial black unity and cohesion, mold the character of self-hatred, engender self-doubt, self-loathing, and distrust among their group; and insinuate that Blacks admire, respect, and trust only Whites. This perception management program utilizes the directive of "divides and conquer" and it works by affecting the unconscious mind using deceptive demoralizing propaganda. Its unrelenting daily assault on the Black psyche also drills the message that Blacks are powerless, of lesser moral, and intelligence and that they need whites to govern over their lives. This program not only manipulates Black people to accept white dominance over their lives, it conditions them to prefer it. Some of the Black victims of this perception management program are so convince of these negative self perceptions that you cannot change their mind even if you expose them to information of the contrary. It totally detaches them from their sense of power and reality. This program was also very instrumental in eroding the Black revolutionary movement of the nineteen sixties-- it did so by utilizing the perception management directive of divide and conquer.
    This perception management program doesn't only negatively affect Black self perceptions; it also reinforces seemingly pre-conditioned response of resentment and prejudicial images of Black people in the majority population, thereby creating a false impression of wanton Black criminality and violence. This is important to the Government, because it creates conditioned responses in a population for eventualities to unfold without opposition or resentment. Thereby facilitating the social consentient for Black mistreatment such as seen within the criminal justice system where in which Blacks are disproportionately incarcerated, convicted and given harsher sentencing .This is what propaganda experts refers to as socially engineered consent (to mistreat).
    This systems of mass psychological manipulation is based upon the research and techniques of renowned mass manipulation and propaganda specialist Dr. Edward Bernays. Bernays was a mass manipulation expert that permanently impressed upon the white elites the potential of large-scale propaganda to control public opinion. He was also hired as an adviser to several U.S. presidents--from President Woodrow Wilson to Eisenhower.


  • #2
    Great article. Deprogramming yourself from this matrix is one of the hardest things to do. I should know!

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    • #3
      Highly informative bruh Tariq. Keep droppin the knowledge!

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      • #4
        This IMO is the biggest obstacle in our world. Brainwashing denies you the ability to see yourself and if you can't see yourself, you can't see anybody else.
        You can't see we are ONE family.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Tariq View Post

          Do you believe that “Good Hair” consists of hair that is long, flowing and silky; not kinky?
          We cannot allow ourselves to be distracted so easily.

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          • #6
            All blacks are brainwashed in one way or another. It really doesn't matter how conscious we are. The mere fact that we speak and write English is evidence that the brainwashing is a part of us now. We don't utter our own sounds and symbols anymore, where our words have a meaning (not a definition) that is far richer than Euro languages. The way we spoke, in our indigenous languages, vibrated differently with the cosmos. It gave us the power to connect to sound waves and the spectrum in general in a way that we cannot through this slave language we now speak and write. So many among us will never consider venturing into learning an African or Native American language. They'd much rather learn French, Spanish or German, all languages from cultures that have abused blacks for hundreds of years.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by zaji View Post
              The mere fact that we speak and write English is evidence that the brainwashing is a part of us now. We don't utter our own sounds and symbols anymore, where our words have a meaning (not a definition) that is far richer than Euro languages.
              Excellent points in your post Sista Zaji.

              For the reason that you stated which is 100% correct by the way, i try to focus on the
              unspoken language.

              Deprogramming yourself so you can hear your intuition is not easy in this material based
              environment with so many distractions.

              But once you tap into the cosmic flow you can "see" the "magic" I hate you use the term
              magic, it's reality, a reality we've been fooled into thinking its fantasy because of the tremendous power each person possesses and you can't control people who KNOW they have power.
              Last edited by Spiritual Evolution; 12-10-2015, 09:15 AM.

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              • #8
                Indeed.

                Also, it's been a while. In what thread did I use the term magic? So I can know the context we are speaking of here.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by zaji View Post
                  Indeed.

                  Also, it's been a while. In what thread did I use the term magic? So I can know the context we are speaking of here.
                  Sista Zaji my apologizes. That was a typo I didn't proof read my comment. I meant to type "i hate to use the term magic"

                  I apologize for the confusion

                  Peace

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                  • #10
                    To me "magic" is just another way of saying lack of knowledge. If we are truly aware of so called "metaphysics", we would not consider it "magic". Knowing how the energies work and are applied in the universe is our next frontier IMO. We need to rid of ourselves of the foolish distractions the masses have fooled ourselves into "believing" those distractions are real.

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