Oppressors are in no Moral Position to Call out the Sins of the Oppressed

To claim that the plight and setbacks of Blacks are the result of our own doing is equivalent to a sinner casting the first stone.

The obstacles set before Blacks that we struggle daily to overcome were put there intentionally by people who practice it religiously, literally. No amount of hard work or education will catapult any Black man or woman above what the oppressor has deemed equal to his own sense of superiority; and it this false sense of superiority that has naturally made the oppressor unworthy of judgment on any level.

If righteousness is measured by a person’s faith, then whatever that person believes becomes his or her standard to be judged. Thus, if oppressors believe that they are the upmost portrait of all that is good and everyone else must meet that standard, then the standard must be pure and without blemish. Oppression of others, however, is a sin against humanity because it is riff with impartiality, unfair judgment, and mistreatment. White Christian America has no pure foundation from which to stand if their foundation itself is corrupt.

Sin is sin and has no respect of persons. “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God” (Romans 3:23). Of course individuals have to give an account of their own personal sins, but judgment also comes in the form of nation-states, people and places. The Bible makes a clear distinction among people and nations where it pertains to judgment; He often times refer to the rich and the poor as he measures men’s faith and deeds. “But ye have despised the poor. Do not rich men oppress you, and draw you before the judgment seats?” (James 2:6).

He also speaks to humanity from the laws of nature. “Ye shall not therefore oppress one another; but thou shalt fear thy God: for I am the Lord your God” (Leviticus 25:17). Oppression of the poor and defenseless has always been against the agenda of God. However, there is no doubt that white Christian America have oppressed Blacks – and other people of color - from the time they were brought to this country unto this day.

When white Christian America make claims of heavenly promises out of the Bible, they are not attempting to ease the pain of Black suffering or trying to neutralize Black anger, they are trying to ease the guilt of their own consciences. They know they have wronged us and many others but they have no other sacrifices to offer God other than the promises God himself made from his word. Evil drives white Christian America, not God. It is this evil that deceives whites to believe that God favors them and have given them a superior standing among others.

The ultimate sin is oppression, not poverty, which is what they have convinced themselves is true. Therefore, after they purposefully design a life of poverty for Black America, they can justify their riches as superior and in God’s favor. So for Blacks and anyone else to believe that the poverty and troubles of Blacks are of their own creation goes against all that the very Bible teaches. The rich lie in the sin of oppression and the poor are delivered from oppression according to God’s true will.

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