1rst and last line of defense
Updated: Oct 2, 2021
"No nation can rise without first raising up it's woman" The Minister
This is a simple throwback to a discovery I had 4yrs ago, it's more relevant today, as some Black Men and Women find themselves at war with each other, instead of united!
The black woman on this planet is our last line of defense, Queen, the last chess piece before checkmate!!!
Many of us are flawed, we grow up in circumstances that the world can't believe, nor understand, and yet we survive and even thrive in them. That doesn't mean there's no P.T.S.D. somewhere in our DNA.
We need sista's now, as much as we always have.
I see all the interracial promotion which I really am not against, I personally believe in male and female relationships, whether it be of the same nationality or interracial, but I must say I recognize the agenda that's being played in society. It's geared toward the sisters being with white men. The love stories are all beautiful and triumphant, until the reverse happens, black man and white women, then it becomes toxic. Example would be the movie Hancock, which was a very subliminal movie. The White Woman and Black Man were both superheros who were from another planet. They were married to each other but not together, they physically fought each other (domestic violence), and eventually couldn't be together because the White Woman was the Black Man's Kryptonite!
Everything from movies, to news depicts the black man as being no good. Our former president, like him or not was undermined throughout his presidency simply because of the fear of a rise that possibly would have resulting from a strong black figurehead. There has been a war waged on black men and women. As I write this, I realize that some sista's won't agree, but although you have been affected, the war hasn't necessarily been with you. Our Queens have been collateral damage, just like in any war the victor gets the spoils of war, and you are the spoils, the booty so to speak. When I initially wrote this on Facebook four years ago, it was after the murder of Sandra Bland by the Waller County Texas Police Dept., and of course it was prior to Breonna Taylor's murder by the Louisville Police Dept. Being aware of these sista's wrongful and untimely deaths, I can never negate that Black Women have and are on the front lines as well as Black Men, I would never take that fact lightly, but I do believe what the sista's have been going through have been more about them defending us, than them being a threat to white supremacy. Who will cry out for us once your gone!!? Who can understand you better than us!!
Bro's and sisters be strong, woke,
and hold on to each other. We all we got farreal!!!
I'd like to end this post with a scripture I just read,
Exodus 1:17 But the midwives feared God, and did not as the king of Egypt commanded them, but the saved the men children alive.
The Black Woman has always been the Black Man's defense, as the Lord says in Genesis 2:18 And the Lord God said, it is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him an help meet for him.