Black American Dreads Black History Month

February 1, 2011, I can't help imagining Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, the NAACP, the Congressional Black Caucus and all of the other race profiteering usual suspects joyously awakening with a song in their hearts, “It's The Most Wonderful Month of the Year”.


Ah yes, another Black History Month, time to pitch as many new “guilt trip” government entitlement programs as possible. “I mean, after all, we blacks are still victims of America's racist attitudes and systematic abuse which has changed very little since the 50s. White America still owes us, dammit!”


See, I know how to sound like a good little colored boy who knows his place on the Liberal Plantation. Democrat Massa's chief overseer Sharpton would be proud of me.


As a proud American who happens to be black, what I find most annoying about Black History Month, besides the concept of only one month to celebrate Black's contributions to America, is race profiteer's despicable divisive exploitation of the month.


Throughout American history, white folks, mostly Christians; there's that dirty “C” word which the left despises; suffered, sacrificed and died to help set blacks free and move them forward.


And yet, Sharpton and company uses Black History Month to promote the image that every black achievement was made “in spite of” white America.


This month will be flooded with documentaries, specials, articles and commentaries about how America still sucks for blacks and has a long, long way to go to make things right.


Just once, I would love to see Black History Month focused on celebrating the tremendous contributions by blacks in all areas of American life. Include a few “shout outs” to decent God fearing righteous white folks who helped. That would aid in bringing our nation together as opposed to the month being used divisively for political exploitation and extortion.


Black History Month should be a fair and balanced presentation of the history of Americans of African descent. Notice I said “Americans” rather than “African-Americans”.


Our liberal anti-American public school system, the liberal media and black race profiteering so-called leaders make no effort to encourage black youths to be proud Americans. They even discourage it. Their efforts are focused on creating proud “Africans” who happen to live in America.


The fact that the highest office in the land is occupied by a black man confirms that the good in America's history outweighs the bad. And yet, Sharpton and company would love to broadcast footage of the KKK lynching blacks 24/7 for the entire month of February. By the way, the KKK was founded by Sharpton's homeys, the democrats.



Meanwhile, much of white America's efforts to “do the right thing” are ignored. For example, how many black youths are aware that ending slavery was a major issue of the Civil War. On the side desiring to end slavery, 360,000 mostly white soldiers died.


How many black youths know the Republican Party ended and abolished slavery in the United States and have championed Civil Rights more than any other political party?



I think about the whites who, by candle light, taught blacks to read despite it being illegal at that time. They risked being arrested because they knew it was the right thing to do. And how about the whites who marched along side Dr Martin Luther King. What are they, chopped liver? Sharpton and company act as if these great Americans never existed.


What is Black History Month in the minds of most American youths? Is it a celebration of black achievement? I think not. It is a month in which black kids are taught they are victims and white kids are taught they are guilty.


For reasons only a psychiatrist can understand, liberals are obsessed with focusing on the evils of American history. There is evil and wrong doing in the history of every nation/people on the planet. But, America's history is over flowing with goodness and a sense of fair play.


Why? Because regardless of what the Left says, we were founded on Godly principles. In the long run, we always strive to do the right thing. We celebrate courage, righteousness and personal achievement. Peerlessly generous, Americans are swift to the aid of people in need regardless of where they live in the world. We rally around the underdog and cheer for the good guy.


Americans are good great people. I have met many of them while traveling nationally on Tea Party Express. This is why it so offends me seeing them slandered and abused by the liberal media in support of black democrat race profiteers.


So folks, please ignore all of the Left's guilt trips and focus on the tremendous contributions by blacks to mankind and our great nation. Happy Black History Month.


Lloyd Marcus

, Proud Unhyphenated American

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Comment by Alta Whipple on February 13, 2011 at 7:39am
Excellent writing Lloyd, Americans are proud of all who believe in the truth. God bless you, in all you do and say.
Comment by Tanahy Armental on February 11, 2011 at 4:41pm
Upon reading some of the comments I had to respond.  First I would like to commend you Lloyd on your wonderful article.  Second, I would like to point out that almost EVERYONE has ancestors that were slaves.  You all have to remember that whenever Rome or any other country invaded a different country, many of the citizens of the invaded country were taken as slaves.  It didn't matter weather you were white, black, yellow, or brown.  The only thing that mattered was your station in life. 
Comment by Mike Foote on February 10, 2011 at 11:11am

Bravo Lloyd.  Well stated.

Sharpton, J Jackson, Durbin, Emanuel, etc., etc., need to stir up "racism" or they would have to get a "real" job.

Comment by arthur l. haynes on February 7, 2011 at 3:57pm
There is a fact that a lot of people do not realize. The people who live on this globe are h*** sapians, and are descendents of the great migration at the end of the last ice age. These people come from Africa, to repopulate in the middle east, europe, and asia. So in reality, we are all black people of many shades. What happened afterwards is a human trait to dominate other humans.
Comment by Bruce Bentley on February 7, 2011 at 11:49am

My compliments on your article, Lloyd,

       I'm a Caucasion American, but I'm convinced that divers of MY ancestors were slaves, too.  Surprisingly few generations ago, people didn't have to be black to be enslaved.  I was born in the Land of Lincoln (IL), but my ancestors came from western Europe where slaves came in all colors and genders.  Everybody's got blues to sing and a raw deal about which to complain; I applaud your emphasis on moving past the past into the present.  I grew up mainly in Nashville, TN (where I live now); I've heard too much from the Panthers.  Am I supposed to feel guilty that Lincoln (from my natal state) led to their massive unemployment when they got released from their employ on the plantations?  I mean you no ill, but let's get on with life:  That was more than a century ago.  No one now living has ever been enslaved in this country.  Let the healing begin.

Comment by Edward Endo on February 6, 2011 at 8:23pm
Lloyd, keep up the good work!
Comment by Marilyn Wootton on February 6, 2011 at 1:47pm
Some people like to live in the past while others look to the future and the contributions they can make to that future.  Great article, Lloyd.
Comment by Christine Rae Moylan on February 6, 2011 at 1:24pm
The worst is, if you feel no guilt for past transgressions of nations then you are considered raciest. My family came from slaves long before America got into the slave business and I neither dwell on or blame past actions of others. I live for this day and future days of what I can make of myself and I teach this to my family. I see people as people and it's only the inside that counts. I don't hate nor do I love people, I just accept them. I don't expect people to love me or hate me, just accept me. I feel all have the God given right to choose their path in life without interference of Big Government and will fight to that end. It took me awhile to understand the freedoms Americans enjoy under the Constitution when I first imigrated here, now, I will fight for that freedom until I die.
Comment by Debi on February 6, 2011 at 10:36am
I am a public school teacher, and I would like to let you know that contrary to what the media says and what some of you think, there are plenty of us teaching the non-politically correct version of history.  I tell my students that history is history and we cannot go back in time to change events, so they need to learn what has happened in the past; the way it really happened.  The point I make to them is that those who do not know history are easily swayed.  We have seen the lack of historical knowledge play out in the last presidential election.  The primary interest in education is math, science, and reading.  History has been pushed to the side for these subjects.  It shows in the ignorance of many of the citizens of this country.
Comment by Fred Kelly on February 6, 2011 at 10:26am
I suggest the everyone read a book called "It's Okay to leave the Plantation", by Mason Weaver.   It is a fantastic book.  He says much of what was said in this article, but he said it at least 10 years ago.

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