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Default Why The Attacks on Black Leadership?

The following is a letter written by the brother Thutmose from Barbados, which was published in our biggest Daily Newspaper, THE DAILY NATION. This paper is also sold in other Caribbean islands, The UK, U.S and it reaches over 20 000 people It appeared in the Thursday 9th edition of that paper.

With the recent attacks on several prominent black personalities in the United States, I have stopped to ask myself, “Is there a deliberate campaign to eliminate the rise of Black leadership regardless of status or fame.”

In 1967, J. Edgar Hoover issued a memorandum from the F.B.I. field office that outlined five main points, of those five , the most important to keep in mind was the statement, “Prevent the rise of a messiah who could unify and electrify the militant nationalist movement ... Martin Luther King, Stokely Carmichael and Elijah Muhammad all aspire to this position....”. This memorandum was in the response to the rise of the Black Panthers and other black nationalists groups that were becoming a dominant force in the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s. To research such a topic all one needs to do is refer to http://www.icdc.com/~paulwolf/cointe...reportIIIc.htm or do a search on “Black Messiah” and “Hoover” on Google.com.

Forty or so years later, we see that charges have been brought against prominent black men like Wesley Snipes, R. Kelly, Snoop Dogg and Michael Jackson. Not necessarily positive role models you say, how about the allegations of infidelity brought against clean cut examples of black leadership like Jesse Jackson and Bill Cosby.

Marcus Garvey was an early 20th century advocate of leadership exemplified. On the other hand, the ‘Establishment’ of the time was successful in destroying the back to Africa movement, the Black Star Line Corporation and deporting Garvey from the United States on false charges of tax evasion. After Garvey came the Honourable Elijah Muhammad who established the Nation of Islam, an organization that brought discipline and economic power to the communities of black people worldwide. On the hand, his image and his life’s work was tainted and discredited in the movie Malcolm X.

As the time of this writing, the most prominent example of Black leadership being attacked for their works more so than their fame is Dr. Malachi Z. York. Dr. York more than any other leader in recent history, has instilled Black people with the knowledge of their true culture, language, and sense of self. York has written over 400 books on Black history, spirituality and set the record straight on the true identity of black people of mainly American and Caribbean descent.

Malachi Z. York has been sentenced unjustly to 135 years for child molestation charges that have not been substantiated by any one witness. In addition, no physical evidence has been presented by the prosecution at trial to back up any of the charges brought against him. It has been clearly proven that Malachi York should have been exonerated of all charges against him and granted freedom on the basis of a mistrial.

The names mentioned previously are just a few examples of famous Black people who have for no apparent reason received widespread notoriety. They have become prey to the media, the Western legal system and an establishment bent on destroying all forms of Black leadership.

It seems to be the new trend of the ‘Establishment’ to character assassinate Black leadership by depicting anybody who rises to a position of prominence, as a child molester, womanizer or thug. This approach seems to be most effective because discrediting one’s character publicly is more damaging at times than physical assassination. Baseless misrepresented accusations of sexually deviant behaviour seems to be the method of tearing this leadership down. Again ask yourself, why? Why? Why?

In these end times as in the time of Herod, maybe there is a fear on the part of the ‘Establishment’, that the time is now for the coming of a Messiah (Revelation 1:13-15).

Thutmose 09-30-08

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