The Corona virus Covid -19 is dead ? Long live Covid -19
The Desperate situation that now faces the world with the outbreak of the Corvid-19 virus, has taught us many lessons both as a race of human and particularly the Black humans. A culture of a good time worshipping materialism, and a helpless population that expects others to solve every problem that we have. We are now exposed of how dependant we are on other races to save us. Especially the white race. Whether the virus was manmade or the natural occurrence of nature, the truth is that we are sitting idle for the Chinese, the Indians and the White man to invent the medicine that could save themselves, and at the same time save us all. If we fly in it, if we wear it , we drive it they are all manufactured by someone else, because the truth is despite the known fact that we have 70% of all the world’s natural resources for minerals and agricultural land, we manufacture very little for ourselves, which relegate us to the status of bottom feeders and beggars.
The stark acid test of Black mis-leadership is plain for all to see and has now manifested itself as what we see today. ie clueless at worst and an incompetent bunch of useless talking heads at best. It is stomach churning to watch them mimic the western heads of state giving their briefing on the Corvid-19 virus and the only advise that they can give is to pray harder to god.
We have had the White man enslaving us for the last 450 years, we have begged the Asians to organise our shops and industries, now we are begging the Chinese to finance and organize our countries, the reality is that none of these races respect us as a people and see us as sub human, and who can blame them? We do not live righteously and have no conscious love for each other despite the numerous enemies that surround us as a race, and despite the teachings of Minister Farahkhan, Scholar Malcomb X, W.E.B. Du Bois, Honourable Marcus Garvey. We do not, and have not learnt any lessons. During the last fifty years China have put in place structures to positioned them to be a force to be reckoned with for the twenty first century. Africa and the Caribbean, has had a similar time to also get their act together and put things in place to improve the lives of their people, but instead the remain the shitholes that Donald Trump aptly described them as.
If the schools and hospitals are not good enough to provide the necessary services for “The Black mis-leadership and their corrupt cohorts”, then they are not suitable for the general population either. This must be the yard stick with which to measure the suitability of the public services.
The irony of the situation, is that the politicians cannot now just take themselves or their families on a private jet abroad to shop or get medical treatment, due to the border shut down across the world. They will hopefully now be give a taste of their bitter medicine, and have to use these very same facilities that they have neglected to construct.
Black societies have become docile, having others protect them while feeling entitled to benefits without risks. Whether you are in Africa or the West Indies or living abroad, We owe it to ourselves and the future generation to call out these clueless morons for who and what they are.
It is imperative now that we build our pool of educated people from infancy to adulthood. This pool will be the fountain of knowledge from which to draw our Agriculturalist, Metallurgist, Doctors, Architects, Physicists, Bridge constructors, Road builders, Scientist to invent perfumes and poisons, and all the skills necessary to build a modern and civilise society that is truly independent and can protect itself from their enemies.
My gran-mother believed that there is a spiritual purpose behind everything that happens, whether that is what we perceive as being good or being bad. As I ponder her logic,I want to share with you the possibilities that the Covid-19 virus is really affording us:
It is reminding us that we are all one race, that belong to the Human race, regardless of our culture, religion, occupation, financial situation or how famous we are. This disease treats us all equally, perhaps there is a lesson there to be learnt.
It is reminding us that we all share a common DNA and something that affects one person has an effect on another. It is reminding us that the false borders that we have put up have little value as this virus does not need a visa or passport to travel. It is reminding us, by oppressing us, (by been in isolation for a short time), of those in this world whose whole life is spent in oppression.
It is reminding us of how precious our health is and how we have moved to neglect it through eating nutrient poor manufactured food and drinking water that is contaminated with chemicals upon chemicals. If we don’t look after our health, we will, of course, get sick.
It is reminding us of the shortness of life and of what is most important for us to do, which is to help and support each other, especially those who are old, young or sick. As humans, our purpose
is to support and encourage true democracy, and not fight to buy toilet roll.
It is reminding us of how materialistic our society has become and how, when in times of difficulty, it is the bare necessities of life that is essential. (food, water, medicine) as opposed to material luxuries that we sometimes unnecessarily give value to.
It is reminding us of how important our family and home life is and how much we have neglected this. It is forcing us back into our houses so we can rebuild them into our home and to strengthen our family unit.
It is reminding us that our true work is not our job, that is what we do, not what we were created to do, our true work is to look after each other, to protect each other and to be of benefit to one another.
It is reminding us to keep our egos in check. It is reminding us that no matter how great we think we are or how great others think we are, a virus can bring our world to a standstill.
It is reminding us that the power of freewill is in our hands. We can choose to cooperate and help each other, to share, to give, to help and to support each other or we can choose to be selfish, to hoard, to look after only our self. Indeed, it is difficulties that bring out our true colours.
It is reminding us that we can be patient, or we can panic. We can either understand that this type of situation has happened many times before in history and will pass, or we can panic and see it as the end of the world and, consequently, cause ourselves more harm than good.
It is reminding us that this can either be an end or a new beginning. This can be a time of reflection and understanding, where we learn from our mistakes, or it can be the start of a cycle which will continue until
we finally learn the lesson we are meant to.
It is reminding us that this Earth is sick. It is reminding us that we need to look at the rate of deforestation just as urgently as we look at the speed at which toilet rolls are disappearing off of shelves. We are sick because our home is sick.
It is reminding us that after every difficulty, there is always ease. Life is cyclical, and this is just a phase in this great cycle. We do not need to panic; this too shall pass.
It has, hopefully shone a light on the corrupt world leaders especially those politicians that manifest themselves to be Black leaders, that their wicked ways with their theft of millions of dollars stolen from the country’s financial resources to finance their multiple cars and mansions abroad, has to change.
Whereas many see the Corona/ Covid-19 virus as a great disaster, I prefer to see it as a great corrector. It is sent to remind us of the important lessons that we seem to have forgotten and it is up to us if we will learn them or not.