‘Until Black Lives Matter to Black People, Nobody Cares’ – Cynthia Morgan

I have been following up with the issue of Black Lives Matter; and I have a LOT to say about it. There are some BITTER TRUTHS that needs to be exposed!! But that would be a story for another day; in the meantime I thought I would share with you this overwhelming, inspiring, beautiful and thought-provoking write up by a Nigerian singer: Cynthia Morgan.

Cynthia Morgan

Before I share with you Cynthia Morgan perspective on the Black Lives Matter; I would like to let you know that I never had a regard for Cynthia Morgan until I read her write up. Upon reading it; I was like WOW!! So this woman has such intellectual prowess and wisdom? Quickly, I followed her in all her social media platforms, downloaded her songs, pictures and started using her song as my caller tune.

Truth be told, Cynthia really made a salient point. Hear what she has to say below

I am not an American, but I am a Black woman. Maybe the America saga is none of my business but I am Human, Ok, I have seen two of the most horrific videos in my life time.

Never seen somebody die that way with no respect whatsoever and all I see is black people ranting on social media created by our white friends. Some of them might not like us, just know we caused it.

It all goes back to when it all started. White people bought slaves from who? BLACK people, and who are these slaves? Black people. We sold ourselves out and lost our respect the day this trade took place.

A white man cannot have respect for a race that sold their own race to other race not for marriage or better life but for slavery. White people being smart enough then they thought superior and gained it. Have you ever thought it could have been the other way round?

Like the whites could have been in this position right now? But one race was just smarter at that point in time. Now our forefathers already made that mistake. Can we correct it? Yes. How? By gaining our respect and equality and its not by fighting these white people, its about knowing ourselves and finding our respect and in doing so, regrets and blames won’t help us.

Now we have to stand up and earn our respects back, and it’s not by crying on social media and begging for equality like spoilt babies.

  1. Ya all need a Black Nation.
  2. Invest more on black people and black ideas.
  3. Let every black life count to you as a black person first before you preach it to other people.

White people have every right to be proud and do whatever pleases them. Its only natural, that’s how people act when they see all your comfort and life depends on them.

What we are fighting is more than just color thing, It’s more of mentality problems and it’s a way of the devil putting separation and chaos in the world so we all won’t come together and be in peace.

If we all in peace how then can he fulfill taking people to hell with him? And this has to be fought with God’s knowledge not guns, only cowards pull guns in a towel fight, even this cops knows this.

The only reason why white cops don’t and wouldn’t kill a white man is because they respect themselves and they know what they have put into building their nation. It’s hard before you see a white man pull a white man down intentionally.

Black People are special people, we need to believe more in ourselves. You all can’t even come back to Africa because Africa is not ready for ya’ll. Most of you forgot your roots and stayed angry that they sold your forefathers out but somehow you still prefer it there.

Black people might no longer be in chains of a white man physically but somehow they still are mentally. We need to build our own so we can earn our own respect back. Put some respect in you as a black man, else we are always going to be 2nd choice.

Until black lives matters to black lives, nobody cares. I am good with my black people with a couple of white friends, but if they wouldn’t have me I wouldn’t either. #Bless

 

Published by Kingsley Osajie

My name is Kingsley Osajie, I am the Author of the children's book Cindy and Her Beautiful Bird. I am a talented, prolific, astounding, heart-based and influential writer. I write in all genres. I am determined to use my Blog to share my opinions, knowledge and inspire the World; also raising the Consciousness of Humanity to a Higher Dimension. I am from Delta State, Nigeria. I love Writing, meeting like-minded people, spending time in Nature and anything which promotes Positive Vibes and Positive Energies. Anything that sets the tone for a Positive Life Momentum is my Hobby. I also believe in Compassion. I am of the thought that we create our own reality and we can change the narrative of our Reality and Lives. So feel free to surf my blog and yes, let's labrish! XoXo and Namaste!

2 thoughts on “‘Until Black Lives Matter to Black People, Nobody Cares’ – Cynthia Morgan

  1. Cynthia’s is such an interesting take. I personally hate when any group of people would rather cry victims than fight intelligently and strategically.

    I have my reservations too about white/black people and racism. For one, I know the Yoruba language has several derogatory names we call white people…

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    1. I did not have any regard for Cynthia before. But after reading what she had to say about the Black Lives Matter; I marveled. Trust me, she made a VERY salient point. I have followed closely the BLM and have found that the both parties have their faults (the Whites and Blacks). A Black American guy was running his mouth saying how Africa is a hub of poverty and suffering. I reminded him that even if Africa is a hub of suffering and poverty–a White cop can still pieces him with bullets and nothing will happen. Even if he was innocent. I also reminded him that the Whites in America still sees them (the Black Americans) as slaves–it does not matter even if they speak like the Whites, eat like the Whites, dress like the Whites and answer English names. These do not count. Because it does not stop the Whites from discriminating against the Black Americans.

      I think you should check out this article. It will give you a glimpse of the factor responsible for the realities the Black Americans are living in.

      MAGA Mantra (“Make America Great Again”)

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