We know the stories of “buck-breaking” and how white men would publicly humiliate Africans during slavery, not only in front of crowds of whites, but in front of his own family. We also know the stories of disenfranchisement of Black men during America’s industrial revolution when millions of whites and new immigrants prospered from bank loans, good jobs, and sprawling suburban neighborhoods while Black men were left to fend in ghettos. But that is all history; let us turn toward how the emasculation of Black men works today.
There are three ways Black men are being emasculated today: imprisonment, media propaganda, and the elevation of the Black woman. These three methods have additional variables all their own that further neutralize Black men.
First, imprisonment removes the Black man from society and diminishes his ability to lead a normal life. It further reduces his ability to raise his children, provide for his woman, and to grow his intellect and skills. This is the white man’s initial reason for confining Black men. But he has an underhanded motive behind imprisonment that reveals his perverted and distorted view of humanity and gives rise to his belief in the subhuman nature of the Black man.
His scientific hypothesis is that if men are confined with one another long enough, they will begin to develop sexual attraction toward each other and eventually turn to homosexuality. However, this belief only confirms the white man’s attempt at projection. For he himself is born with an unnatural affection for the opposite sex thus he attempts to project those feelings onto Black men.
Furthermore, by confining Black men together give the white man the opportunity to treat them like animals in an experiment to return Black men to a primitive state of being; mentally under-developed and brutal toward one another as a means of survival. This mentality in Black men is reflected in the violence toward one another in Black communities around the country and set the stage for the next form of emasculation...Read More Here