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WHEN YOU LOOK INTO A MIRROR, DOES A BLACK SHEEP LOOK BACK ?

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African Warlord X

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A WEAKENED OR SCARRED PERSON HAS THE GREATEST POTENTIAL TO DEVELOP STRENGTH THAT IS NOT FLEETING, IF HELP ARRIVES IN TIME. Most of us have been assisted in some circumstance in which we were too weak or exhausted to function at our full capacity. However, ACQUIRED STRENGTH CAN BE USED FOR GOOD, OR FOR EVIL. It is hard to make good choices about anything during times of weakness, and people of both good and ill-will know this. Predators spend a lifetime studying their preferred prey for weaknesses. I know this from personal experience, thankfully, from an observatory vantage point. There are many ways to offer a helping hand to some, directly, or indirectly. Teachers in inner-city schools routinely do this. If someone is being skillfully " misled " away from a life of crime, by gradually introducing them to healthy alternatives, this is good . I'm not using the European definition pertaining to this phrase. I'm simply asking whether or not you are a black person who is easily influenced. Children have no choice in who first influences them, and therefore their vulnerability can easily be exploited. This is why it is critical that the black community makes wise choices regarding what leaders we empower. The relationship between any type of leader, and those who lend them power, should be MUTUALLY BENEFICIAL !  Leaders should be the mediums through which culture, empowerment, and education flow. Culture determines how decisions are made about who we empower with leadership. During this episode, I will comment about a cultural movement that fully demonstrates why self-destructive " sheephood " within the black community must be exterminated.

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