One thing about being an impartial writer is just that. You are impartial. We are moving into the Fall of 2020. Two of the best mainstream female artists, Beyonce and Cardi B, have injected some love into the global manosphere. Beyonce’s “Already” video is super dope! Every man, especially black men, have to appreciate this rare dose of pure and unadulterated feminine love. We must give these incredibly talented artists, their flowers. It is almost tearfully exciting! For us, heterosexual bloggers, or virtual demonstrators, this is not a small moment. “Jake Sully, Aywa has heard you!” You know what I’m saying? In the Avatar movie. The wildlife joined the fight when it seemed like Jake and Neytiri were going to lose the battle. In our waking reality, it feels the same way.
Life has become a nightmare for straight North American men when it comes to their relationship with the opposite sex. This distorted psychological pandemic has seen our young children get…
Our women have heard us. They haven’t completely abandoned the systemic brainwash. But they are starting to show signs that they see the truth in our protest. None much so than for us black men, who have a constant target on our backs. Employers won’t hire us. Real estate agents won’t get us in specific high-class neighborhoods. The police might murder us. The justice system might hit us with the book. And now our women have embraced radical feminism? Are they aborting our unborn children too? Do people often disrespect our hustle, betray, and refuse to share their pot of gold with us? Yeah. Besides being black men, the male gender as a whole has suffered over the last decade. The left-wing inspired male-bashing and dick shaming has been an extremely ferocious conflict.
God forbid if a man is attracted to a woman while she is still skeptical of his intent. He shouldn’t be her mentor, her colleague, her business partner, or her boss. Yet, unless he’s from the internet, he can’t be a stranger either. Because these women have spent the last twenty years of brainwashing on how they do not need a man, this poor man could be ashamed to take his shot. Life has become a nightmare for straight North American men when it comes to their relationship with the opposite sex. This distorted psychological pandemic has seen our young children get lost in the feminist recommended system. Radical and Marxist feminists have infiltrated the seats of power and attacked every aspect of masculinity, reaching the point where they characterize the status quo as toxic.
These messages are everywhere. Pop singers like Taylor Swift have advocated for gender bias in successful viral songs. It seemed as if they had targeted their attack directly on our confidence, our finances, our past romantic conquests, and our achievements. One mistake and they protest for that man’s boss to fire him, his spouse to abandon him, his children to turn on him, and for the authorities to throw him in prison for the rest of his life. As bloggers and protesters, we’ve raised awareness by explaining the consequence of such actions. How it feminizes boys, destroys fatherhood, and chases heterosexual men out of the already struggling and unhappy home. We’ve written relentlessly about the ever-increasing divorce rate and the increase in the number of abortions among black women.
It certainly appears that our message is beginning to resonate. In Beyonce’s new song, she is singing lyrics like, “long live the king, you a king, you know it. King already, already, you know it. Top everything, everything, you know it. King already, already, you know it. Mind, body, soul, got a king body. Body gon’ shine, bling bling, body. Callin’ all the shots, ring ring, body. Crown on your head, got a king body.” Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s WAP is also on the same note. One could assume that our women are changing. Although, there is also a spiritual side to Beyonce’s new video. Monotheistic believers lean to the existence of an eternal and universal Almighty Being, commonly known as God. The Jews refer to Him as Yahweh, Christians call Him Jehovah, while the Arabs call Him Allah.
Whatever name you speak, as you study this Abrahamic doctrine, in the monotheistic frame of mind, you will often come across the names Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, Moses, King David, and King Solomon. However, as soon as you look outside of this teaching, you will be visited by the polytheistic system. In that understanding, there is not one eternal and universal Being, but several males and female supernatural entities referred to as Gods and Goddesses. In polytheism, these are civilized beings that exist in an organized spiritual system within their respective realms. The fascinating part of this realization is that Indians pray to the Hindu Gods. Asians pray to the Asian Gods. Europeans pray to the European Gods, just as Jews pray to a Jewish Yahweh, and Arabs pray to an Arabic Allah.
The moment you wear traditional African regalia and promote an African deity, you should be sure that the majority of people will characterize that as black magic, sorcery, or demon worship.
This pattern becomes strange when it comes to Africans since we possess the forbidden Gods. Nevertheless, even as the world may continue to condemn the black man’s Gods, polytheism is still embedded in African worship. There is a source that identifies a spirit called Cimeries as the imperial deity of Africa. Beneath him are hundreds or even thousands of supernatural beings, who rule in various parts of Africa. Cimeries and his spirits, such as Adroa, Orishas, Akuj, Shango, Olorun, Anayaroli, Obatala, Bumba, Oya, Yemaya, Babalu Aye, Ogo and many more are very powerful. Interestingly, when European Christian missionaries and Arab slave traders arrived in Africa, they quickly classified the African Gods as demons and established their religions as the best alternative.
They established Islam and Christianity. Many Africans have continued to worship their traditional Gods. Often, in conjunction with the Jewish, Arab, Indian, Asian, or European Gods. Those African Gods are recognized as demons. It is not uncommon for people to despise someone who worships an African God. Especially if that God is Cimeries. The moment you wear traditional African regalia and promote an African deity, you should be sure that the majority of people will characterize your actions as one related to black magic, sorcery, or demon worship. The original religion of the black man can be nothing more than pure evil. In this regard, Beyonce took an ultra-bold step when she used the depiction of those forbidden African Gods to remind black men that we are KINGS.*