Yesterday I tuned into the Arsenio Hall show not knowing who his guest would be and found out it was Tyler Perry.
Now, I'm not a fan of Tyler's or the tranny minstrel shows he loosely calls movies and plays, but watching Arsenio has become something of a night time ritual for me. So I stayed tuned in.
Now, I noticed Arsenio was wearing all Black and I'd never seen him do that before, he also made mention of the show's air date...Friday the 13th. I'll tell you why this is important later.
Arsenio went through the usual paces of his insipid sketch comedy bits and quite frankly, they're never funny or amusing. And these have got to be my least favorite segments of any mainstream talk show. That's why I love Tavis Smiley's show, it's all talk and no sketches.
So after a couple of minutes of Arsenio's opening pantomimes, Tyler finally came out. And much to my surprise, Tyler was wearing blue jeans.
Now, I've got nothing against wearing jeans but Tyler being on Arsenio's show would warrant wearing some slacks, don't you think?
Tyler's wearing jeans suggests to me how he thinks Arsenio's show isn't as important as Jay Leno's or Dave Letterman's. It smacks to me of a diminished view of his people, which isn't surprising considering the kind of movies he makes.
So after Tyler sat down, Arsenio lobbed questions at him to pick his brain as to what edicts or dogmas made him successful.
And of course, as is mandatory with Tyler, he started talking about jesus and christianity.
Now, understand, I have NO problems with Black people being religious.
I just want us to understand what religion truly is.
If you're wondering what I'm talking about, here's a verse I always refer to showing christianity's and religion's true agenda.
Slaves, you must obey your earthly masters with respect and fear, and with sincerity of heart, just as you would obey christ.
Now, doesn't this run counter to the first of the ten commandments saying, I am the lord your god, you shall not worship any gods before me? Here, the bible says you should respect and obey earthly masters just like they were 'christ'.
Moreover, why would 'god' endorse anything to do with slavery? And why would the 'good book' endorse slavery?
And here's more...
Obey them (slave masters) not only to win their favor when their eye is on you, but as slaves of christ, doing the will of god from your heart.
Slaves of christ?!
Again, why is the 'good book' promoting slavery?
One side note: the first slave ship to wash up on american shores with Black people on it, was called the 'good ship jesus'...google it if you don't believe me.
Here's Ephesians 6:7:
Serve wholeheartedly, as if you were serving the Lord, not people.
Serve a slave master like you were serving the 'lord' and not (just regular) people?
Do you now see why the first book Black people were given to read in this country was the bible?
And have you noticed how there's a church on every corner of Black neighborhoods, but they're all of different christian denominations; like baptist, seventh day adventist, roman catholic, methodist, etc. And notice almost none of these church congregations communicate with one another or collectively share resources to help the entire community?
That's 'cause these are methods of keeping Black people loyal to religion without empowering themselves by pooling their resources.
And this goes for ALL religions, including Buddhism, judaism, islam, etc.
I remember walking by some Black isrealites and they were spewing their venom on a street corner; and a brotha from Africa got into a heated argument with one of them over which was the real god, yahweh or allah.
This is the true agenda of religion.
And this is why the Black diaspora needs to return to the Black spiritual sciences like 'The Orishas' and 'Voudun' or Voodoo; 'cause these are the spiritual technologies that will empower us.
But back to Tyler and Arsenio...
Tyler spoke about the necessary traits for success like tenacity, determination and perseverance; and it was all sound advice, then something happened towards the end of Tyler's segment.
Arsenio said he wanted to talk to Tyler's character 'Madea' using the voice of his aunt Maybell; so these two Black men started conversing in women's voices about silly off-handed topics.
Now let me tell you something about the origins of Tyler Perry's 'Madea' in greek/freak mythology as it pertains to what he and Arsenio were doing.
The original Medea, was a woman who's husband left her for another, so Medea avenges her husband's betrayal by killing her two male children.
So Tyler Perry's 'Mad-ea', is a metaphor for Tyler's willingness to kill off his masculinity.
And the fact that Arsenio chose to wear all black, sends a sublime message saying the only real way to become a good or successful Black man...is to neuter yourself and become a woman.
And Arsenio's mentioning the date of Friday the 13th, speaks directly to the influence of white fascist secret societies.
If you look at what the white elites call the 'great seal' pictured to the left, you might not notice by looking at it, but the number 13 is hidden throughout the graphic of the bald eagle.
There are 13 arrows in the eagle's claw, 13 leaves on the olive branch, there are 13
stars above the eagle's head and even the phrase 'e pluribus unum' has 13 letters in it.
The people who the white elites call the 'founding fathers', or who I like to call the genocidal slave owners, originally created 13 colonies in this country as well.
So what was happening right before my eyes was a white supremacist/occultist 'ritual' being performed by Arsenio and Tyler.
Now do you see why we have to recondition ourselves out of our learned self-hatred?
These inbreds don't sleep and they've got Uncle Tom's like Tyler and Arsenio to carry out their duplicitous plans.
So, I'll be changing my nightly ritual as well...I'm done watching Arsenio Hall, and I'll stick to the Tavis Smiley show in the evenings.
'Cause the last person I need to support is another white supremacist in black face...the world's already got Tommy Sotomayor for that message.
And by now, you should all know how I feel about him.