Blacks Are Submissive
Allnew

Cleveland, OH

#1 Aug 19, 2013
I'm black so there want be any confusion.

Blacks are more submissive today than they think & even the rich blacks aren't as free as they think.

Whites love a movie about a black man that experienced a great deal of racism in America & still remain submissive to whites to the point he disown his own son for standing up against racism. Whites seen him as a honest that didn't want to make any waves. Mind you his son never broke the law & was honest, he just stood up against racism.

They didn't make a movie about first black engineer, the first black doctor or the first black scientist They made a movie about a black servant. Which shows the mentality of blacks in a position of decision making in Hollywood.

I think the acting in the movie was great & worthy of awards & praise.

I think it's powerful that a black child could witness his mother raped repeatedly by the same white man that shot his father in the head in front of him & than be a perfect servant child to this family without poisoning them all.

Of course if you seen the Butler than you saw the scene when he was introduced to the rest of the white house butlers & they gave the Masonic Freemason handshake with the thumbs gently touching the first knuckle. Of course black Freemasons are the pride & joy of white Freemasons for obvious reasons of submission. If you put a group of blacks on a pedestal & praise them as elite than everyone will listen to them & if these blacks are submissive to white whites than most of the rest will also do the same.

Why do you think blacks distant themselves from blacks whites deem a threat? Like the Butler who disowned his own son. Blacks do the same to other blacks & they move to white neighborhoods & send their kids to mostly all white schools.

The Butler shows a lot about this country that was true than & still true today.
Gottz

Athens, GA

#2 Aug 19, 2013
It's tough when AAs have to go to whiteface to get their movie approved.

I hope it change for the better.

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...explore outside the milkway

#4 Aug 19, 2013
A black man directed the movie. But I understand what you are saying.

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#5 Aug 19, 2013
I got to the movie a little late and I must have just missed the part with the rape of his mother and murder of his father. I knew something real bad had happened earlier in the movie, but I didn't catch that part, and it's probably good that I didn't.

Overall, I got a different take on the movie. Although I didn't suffer like the protesters did in the 60's, I lost my high paying IT job getting the first civil rights bill of the 21st century past. When they finally came after me, I remember getting no support from the brothers and sisters on the job, and minimal support from the very black organization I actually worked with getting this bill pass. Basically, almost everybody on the job was like the Butler. In some people it showed, and in some people it didn't, but it eventually came out, and they weren't ashamed. I realized that a lot of Black America had accepted being cowardly to a degree I thought I'd never see, compared to the blacks I watched growing up...and I found this very disturbing. This job was setting me up to lose it all like Christopher Doner did back in February, and hardly anybody cared. Half of those brainwashed black folks on the job almost wanted me to lose everything, just so they could be right for warning me about fighting the white system, "these people" as they would call them. This thing is real.

So I looked at the movie as a message for certain blacks to come out of that coward mentality, and stand up for what's right, otherwise they will walk all over them without even knowing they're doing it to them. But the bigger lesson I hope this movie taught was not to discourage anyone else from standing up for whats right, and if anything get involved, like the Butler eventually did. The whole theater fell out laughing when he finally tracked down his son to support the end Aparthied rally, and in a blink of an eye, found himself in jail with his son. However, his son reassured him that they would be out in less than 2 hours, and they were. It was like from white house to jail, but it was all good.

However, the most important message to me was, God eventually blesses those who stand up for what's right, however the movie may not have shown that on an individual basis, but God showed me this in my personal life. And my family, friends, and former co-workers witnessed it. My co-workers should get the biggest lesson from this movie, because it reminds them that I showed them they can't out manuver God while doing ugly.

My blessing was a new house paid for, paying of $30,000 worth debt, paying off all credit cards, financial security, health and dental insurance, and freedom from ever having to work for anybody else again.

“Repent and worship God”

Since: Jul 13

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#6 Aug 19, 2013
Allnew wrote:
I'm black so there want be any confusion.

Blacks are more submissive today than they think & even the rich blacks aren't as free as they think.

Whites love a movie about a black man that experienced a great deal of racism in America & still remain submissive to whites to the point he disown his own son for standing up against racism. Whites seen him as a honest that didn't want to make any waves. Mind you his son never broke the law & was honest, he just stood up against racism.

They didn't make a movie about first black engineer, the first black doctor or the first black scientist They made a movie about a black servant. Which shows the mentality of blacks in a position of decision making in Hollywood.

I think the acting in the movie was great & worthy of awards & praise.

I think it's powerful that a black child could witness his mother raped repeatedly by the same white man that shot his father in the head in front of him & than be a perfect servant child to this family without poisoning them all.

Of course if you seen the Butler than you saw the scene when he was introduced to the rest of the white house butlers & they gave the Masonic Freemason handshake with the thumbs gently touching the first knuckle. Of course black Freemasons are the pride & joy of white Freemasons for obvious reasons of submission. If you put a group of blacks on a pedestal & praise them as elite than everyone will listen to them & if these blacks are submissive to white whites than most of the rest will also do the same.

Why do you think blacks distant themselves from blacks whites deem a threat? Like the Butler who disowned his own son. Blacks do the same to other blacks & they move to white neighborhoods & send their kids to mostly all white schools.

The Butler shows a lot about this country that was true than & still true today.
I take it that you aren't planning on going to see The Butler more than once.

“Repent and worship God”

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#7 Aug 19, 2013
KPITRL wrote:
I got to the movie a little late and I must have just missed the part with the rape of his mother and murder of his father. I knew something real bad had happened earlier in the movie, but I didn't catch that part, and it's probably good that I didn't.

Overall, I got a different take on the movie. Although I didn't suffer like the protesters did in the 60's, I lost my high paying IT job getting the first civil rights bill of the 21st century past. When they finally came after me, I remember getting no support from the brothers and sisters on the job, and minimal support from the very black organization I actually worked with getting this bill pass. Basically, almost everybody on the job was like the Butler. In some people it showed, and in some people it didn't, but it eventually came out, and they weren't ashamed. I realized that a lot of Black America had accepted being cowardly to a degree I thought I'd never see, compared to the blacks I watched growing up...and I found this very disturbing. This job was setting me up to lose it all like Christopher Doner did back in February, and hardly anybody cared. Half of those brainwashed black folks on the job almost wanted me to lose everything, just so they could be right for warning me about fighting the white system, "these people" as they would call them. This thing is real.

So I looked at the movie as a message for certain blacks to come out of that coward mentality, and stand up for what's right, otherwise they will walk all over them without even knowing they're doing it to them. But the bigger lesson I hope this movie taught was not to discourage anyone else from standing up for whats right, and if anything get involved, like the Butler eventually did. The whole theater fell out laughing when he finally tracked down his son to support the end Aparthied rally, and in a blink of an eye, found himself in jail with his son. However, his son reassured him that they would be out in less than 2 hours, and they were. It was like from white house to jail, but it was all good.

However, the most important message to me was, God eventually blesses those who stand up for what's right, however the movie may not have shown that on an individual basis, but God showed me this in my personal life. And my family, friends, and former co-workers witnessed it. My co-workers should get the biggest lesson from this movie, because it reminds them that I showed them they can't out manuver God while doing ugly.

My blessing was a new house paid for, paying of $30,000 worth debt, paying off all credit cards, financial security, health and dental insurance, and freedom from ever having to work for anybody else again.
Great post!

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#8 Aug 19, 2013
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Great post!
Thanks.

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