Monday, June 8, 2009

Book Excerpt Of The Week- Part 1: "The Isis Papers" By: Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

"The destruction of Black males now is indirect, so that the Black male victims themselves can be led to participate in- and then be blamed for- their own mass deaths. However, through close examination and an understanding of the ultimate objective of white supremacy as collective white genetic survival, the steps to massive Black male death can be charted. The chain of events begins with the denial of full scale employment and advancement to Black males so that they cannot adequately support themselves, their wives and their children. In turn, large numbers of Black male children grow up without their fathers' guidance. This leads to frustration, depression and failure in school. Once this atmosphere is established, drugs are placed deliberately in the Black community. The drugs are then used to 'street-treat' Black male frustration and depression. The high prices for which drugs are sold provide the Black male population with the illusion that finally they are beginning to make some money and share in the 'American dream.' Guns are then placed at the disposal of the same Black male persons, supposedly to aid them in enforcing payment for drug sales. More important, the strategy is for Black males to kill and destroy one another and then carry the blame. (It must be realized that no Black males manufacture the chemicals for drug use, nor do any Black males manufacture guns)...

Black males must help one another to understand that they are being led by the dynamic of white supremacy to inflict extreme damage upon themselves, one another and ultimately the Black race. Black males must understand that, contrary to what is said, the war being conducted in urban centers is not against drugs but against Black males- for the purpose of genetic survival. Drugs are used simply as the means to achieve the end. That is why drugs are plentiful, while Black males are dying in ever-increasing numbers. (The recent proposal to treat drug addicts at military bases is only the first stage towards a more formal concentration camp placement, more formal than the ghetto)." -From, "The Isis Papers" By: Dr. Frances Cress Welsing

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