For All Points-Of-The-View.
Excellent question to ponder. What are we willing to stand up for? Personally, after many years of spiritual darkness and ignorance, I have decided to stand up for the truth about our identity. Today, in America, descendants of those "enslaved Africans" can identify who they are, where they came from, and why they are catching Hell in America.
Those who have insight and wisdom will recognize, not only their true identity, but their purpose for being on the planet today if they are willing to read a prophecy over 3,500 years old in the Word of God - the Bible. At Deuteronomy 28:15-68, a unique form of slavery is described in graphic detail. This form of slavery has been experienced by only one group of people in all of human history.
Yes, the only group of people who have experienced this unique form of slavery are the those black people who were enslaved, brutalized, dehumanized, raped, humiliated, castrated, beaten, emotionally devastated, exploited, segregated, and demonized in America from 1619 to this day in America.
Our people are still living with the residual effects of this process. Today, it is called Post Traumatic Slavery Syndrome or Disorder (PTSS or PTSD) and explains some of the bizarre behavior exhibited by our people that is self-destructive, self-defeating and self-humiliating. Of course, there are exceptions to the rule. However, an honest evaluator of the evidence cannot avoid coming to the conclusion about our true identity - we are "the lost children of the house of Israel". Our deliverance is near. (Gen. 15:13, 14)
This truth must be understood by our people before we can ever begin to take the first steps toward our true destiny - to "form the foundation of the New World". Who among us, have the courage, the determination, the honesty and the integrity to risk everything to accept that assignment from the Most High? (2Cor. 5:17-20)
Many are called. Few are chosen. Only a "remnant" will survive. This is what I stand for. How about you?