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Willie Lynch Letter: proposition of reconcillation from a Christian perspective

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In 1712 Willie Lynch, a slave owner from a Caribbean plantation, was summoned to the Commonwealth of Virginia to share his "wisdom" on how to control a negro slave. Mr. Lynch delivered a compelling speech to a large group of slave owners offering them - according to Mr. Lynch - a "foolproof"  method to control their slaves; one that would last for "at least" 300 years - apparently he was right! 

This podcast is being produced with the express purpose of offering:

  1. Explanation- to serve as an expose' to reveal the truth concerning the express intent of the speech. 
  2. Education - to identify and explain not only the racial atrocities that founded the history of the United States but the long term implications it has had on both races as it relates to the current racial mindset and attitudes of the American people. 
  3. Reconciliation - {Actual] reconciliation will have to stem from the heart. [Any] education has to be believed and accepted for the atrocity that it is before a resolution can be established and implemented.
  4. Resolution - the only effective resolution is a "heartfelt" acknowledgement of the wrongs that have been committed, coupled with a "large-scale" concerted effort by the American people to turn from an indoctrination that has, essentially, entrapped and enslaved the American people as a whole for hundreds of years.

What the podcast is NOT intended to do is further inflame and incite people to embrace the false perceptions on racial superiority and [false] racial entitlement.  These sessions are being recorded from a Christian viewpoint that believes that God created man equal in every regard. That love is the ultimate answer.

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