I’m outside of “Black Thought”


Apparently there is a monolithic paradigm known as “Black Thought”. It’s supposedly what we blacks think as a unit. Like a uni-mind of sorts.

That Uni-mind requires us to be leftists with our allegiance solidly pledged to the Democrats. Even though they are the party of the KKK and fought to keep us enslaved.

Even though they fight school choice initiatives and are the champions of abortion which has destroyed almost a third of the black population since Roe v. Wade.

Even though Democrats advocate the destruction of the black family through the redistribution of earned money to welfare.

Oh well! Just call me 7 of 9. I’ve broken free of the Borg Uni-mind. I’ve cut the cords. I’ve freed a few other blacks through my work. More will follow.

Keep hatin’ baby…

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  1. TJ Anderson 17 July, 2013 at 06:46 Reply

    Stacy, as corny as this may sound, virtually everything I digest from the mouths of “black leaders” gets me depressed and thoroughly pessimistic about the future. And then….. there is you, and Allen West, and Ben Carson, and Alan Keyes, and Thomas Sowell, and… well, you get the point. There is no denying that what you say and do requires considerable courage and perseverance. It’s clear to see the heated expectations that you’ll march in lock-step with the Leftists that manage the plantation. But, I’d like to think that for every detractor you have at least one person who greatly admires and respects you for your courage and insight. Keep the faith. You ARE making a difference!

  2. daleamidei 17 July, 2013 at 06:50 Reply

    Quite symbolic that the pills Morpheus offered in “The Matrix” were blue and red, don’t you think? Congratulations on your perspective, Stacy!

  3. Gwenda Adkins 17 July, 2013 at 07:28 Reply

    Stacy I love this post (especially the Star Trek Voyager salute) and all your posts. You are one very intelligent and free thinking young lady. Keep up the good work.

  4. Reneepru 17 July, 2013 at 08:41 Reply

    Lol when I first started reading your post the Borg was in my mind then at the end you said 7 of 9 lol yep that is exactly what it sounds like! That is scary, and to me makes it seem like a type of slavery but a willing slavery ! That is what freedom is about isn’t it? To be an individual to think individually? It’s sad to me that most Americans are more Democratic. If that is the way they think

  5. DrBryant 17 July, 2013 at 09:02 Reply

    The United States Public School System – due to the lasting effects, it is likely the most effective, propaganda machine in the United States, even more so than the corrupt, network “news” organizations (NBC,CBS, ABC).

    As long as our schools indoctrinate our children with lies and half-truths, we will be fighting an uphill battle. Beware the “Common Core”! It is the brainchild of Progressives with characteristics of Gestapo policy, that, according to expert evaluation, will put the U.S. even further behind the rest of the developed world in math and science with no better expectations in English.

    “Dumbing down” the nation is a key part of destroying the Constitution and implementing a full-blown Socialist gov’t.

    Steady on, Stacy!!

    • Susan 20 July, 2013 at 12:15 Reply

      Amen, DrBryant! Common Core is not only a travesty for our children/grandchildren, but ultimately our nation. If more people would research it they would be in the streets (instead of Travon protests….same folks at these ought to get a clue about what’s coming for their kids via CC). Early childhood experts say CC is devastating for K-3rd grade; on the other end a high school senior will be 2 yrs. below the typical graduate today. The devil is in the details with this sweeping overhaul of education that is NCLB on steroids. Wake up America to this stealth federal takeover of education!!! Do you research.

  6. JudyC 17 July, 2013 at 09:05 Reply

    You give me hope that blacks and whites can come together. Based on what I’ve seen on the left the last couple decades I’d given up on a meeting of the minds, resigning myself to interracial marriage getting us there — at an insane snail’s pace. (Surely if we’re all grey or taupe the crap will stop.) I’m old enough that it’s not realistic to expect to see it in my lifetime but my grandchildren might. If they do it will be because of courageous people like you, Stacy. IMO you’re doing what MLK preached. Thank you.

    • Frekki 27 July, 2013 at 10:19 Reply

      I have no hope anymore that blacks and whites can get together. I say this as a decedent of slave owners, with close black relatives. Obama had a chance to bring us together, instead he has driven us apart.

  7. Launa 17 July, 2013 at 10:16 Reply

    You are awesome 7 of 9! That is very possibly what we should all start calling you now!! Hey, that would make a great website name!

  8. Debbie Pratt 18 July, 2013 at 08:02 Reply

    You go girl! One has to stand up for what one believes! My opinion is there are plenty of other people out there who feel the same as you, but are too afraid to admit it, especially in this racially-charged environment that our own politicians keep creating. You are the voice of reason and intelligence 🙂

  9. Odysseus 21 July, 2013 at 08:03 Reply

    I think those who say that the KKK Democrats became Republicans are correct. However, they have never wielded any control in the GOP. Are Republicans pushing Jim Crow laws? Not unless you count voter ID laws as Jim Crow and you’d be stretching that definition really far to get there.

    I think the real issue is that both parties have moved left. Ronald Reagan and JFK both produced budgets that were similar in their allocation of resources. This tells me that Republicans of today are the Democrats from the fifties. What does that make the Democrats? It makes them socialists, fascists, Marxists, communists, whatever. That is the real danger to minorities because in countries that have those types of government, the majority gets all the privileges and makes all the rules and the minority suffers for it. This makes blacks and latinos useful idiots for the revolution.

  10. Stephanie Snyder Staker 22 July, 2013 at 00:20 Reply

    Keep thinking your thinking! 🙂 Stacy, I am probably old enough to be your grandmother and I lived in Georgia in the 50’s and 60’s. Let me tell you, I saw REAL racism there. What these phony haters call racist is no where close. I saw it in Toledo Ohio too but it was more covert than in Georgia. Still, these inflammatory remarks are just plain ignorant. I love your posts and I am praying for you too. Yep, not only a white woman but a Christian too!

    • Odysseus 22 July, 2013 at 09:06 Reply

      Stephanie,

      I grew up in Texas. The racism I witnessed there in the 60’s was real and what passes for racism today is a trifle by comparison. The most racist person I ever met was a dyed-in-the-wool union man and Democrat voter from New Jersey.

    • Frekki 27 July, 2013 at 10:37 Reply

      I saw “white only” signs. I ate at white only soda fountains. I rode buses in the front. If I was a black man, I would still be livid with anger.

  11. Darktrone 31 July, 2013 at 06:43 Reply

    I must be 6 of 9 because I too have broken away from the collective. I get so frustrated that so many people refuse to face the facts of this current administration.

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