According to BBC reports, Maine governor Paul LePage says that Black people are the enemy and should be shot. This is yet another clear statement of the war on the civility of Black people across this country. Maine has some of the most beautiful scenery and I used to look forward to traveling there one day. But as a person of color, it's safe to say I do not want to visit now because it is very possible that I may have to fight off a lynch mob. Needless to say I do not want to be put in that position, but I wonder how many black people are in that position, there and other places in the country.
Recently, Mr. LePage was asked about a statement he made in January, in which he blamed the state's heroin problem on "guys by the name D-Money, Smoothie, Shifty" who "come from Connecticut and New York...They come up here, they sell their heroin, then they go back home. Incidentally, half the time they impregnate a young, white girl before they leave," he said.
In my book The Letter, I talk about how slavery is a sacred and secret system passed down from generation to generation of white people. The White superiority and supremacy complex are engrained in the minds of white and black leaders at the highest levels of government. The sad truth about this country is that very little has happened until now to really root it out. Click Here to read the article at the BBC. It seems that there are a number of Democrats who have called for his resignation.
Beloved, these coming days will require more than prayer; they will require preparation. Watch my live cast on Facebook entitled "An Address to Slaves in the United States".