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The Black Value System

Posted by cann0nba11 on March 14, 2008

The Trinity United Church of Christ is the church of choice for the man who might be our next president. Given that he and his wife have attended this church for more than twenty years it might be valuable to know what they church stands for.

From its web site, “We are a congregation which is Unashamedly Black and Unapologetically Christian… Our roots in the Black religious experience and tradition are deep, lasting and permanent. We are an African people, and remain “true to our native land,” the mother continent, the cradle of civilization.”

One video goes as far as to claim that the church is a “radically welcoming church.” Given some of his public comments I think Reverend Dr. Wright was unaware of this claim. Here’s a commercial that the church created. Apparently it was banned.

In 1982 Trinity adopted The Black Value System. If you are a liberal that blames anyone but yourself for your problems you will love this document. If you are a minority that blames “whitey” for your problems you will love this document. If you are like most Americans and think that you have every opportunity to succeed in our great country if you make good decisions and learn from your bad decisions — you might not like what you read. Let’s take a closer look:

Commitment to the Black Family
“The Black family circle must generate strength, stability, and love despite the uncertainty
of externals, because these characteristics are required if the developing person is to
withstand warping by our racist competitive society.”

Yep. Our society is still very racist. In my humble opinion racism is supported and perpetuated by minorities looking for excuses and shortcuts. Group-think can be powerful, especially when it involves race. Minorities have every chance to succeed, and often have greater opportunity to enter schools or gain employment than European Americans. Affirmative action, quotas, etc. The concept of merit is dying a horrific death.

Dedication to the Pursuit of Education
“…Real education” fosters understanding of ourselves as well as every aspect of our environment. Also it develops within us the ability to fashion concepts and tools for better utilization of our resources, and more effective solutions to our problems. Since the majority of Blacks have been denied such learning, Black Education must include elements that provide high school graduates with marketable skills, a trade or qualifications for apprenticeships, or proper preparation for college.”

The majority of Blacks have been denied such learning? Being ‘denied’ learning is the same as not being allowed to learn. America provides school to every child in the country for free! (actually, it’s paid for by property taxes, but you get my point.) All you have to do is show up! Choosing to skip school, join a gang, do drugs or screw a ho’ isn’t the same as being denied an education. It’s an excuse to blame someone else for your own stupidity or ignorance. I grew up in a world where actions have consequences, didn’t you?

Disavowal of the Pursuit of “Middleclassness”
“Classic methodology on control of captives teaches that captors must keep the captive ignorant educationally, but trained sufficiently well to serve the system.”

What kind of crap is this? Is the implication that “White America” (Reverand White’s term, not mine) is the captor and Blacks are ignorant captives? One paragraph states that the captors “[places] them in concentration camps, and/or structuring an economic environment that induces captive youth to fill the jails and prisons. Maybe I missed this at the last Cracker Club meeting but I don’t remember the lesson on how to induce Blacks to commit robberies, rapes, murders, car jackings and drug crimes. After all, these innocent children are not capable of thinking of these things on their own. It’s the fault of the White Man. Blacks are just poor victims of the powerful and rich Caucasian population.

Give me a friggin’ break.

So what’s my point? Barack and Michelle Obama have attended the church that supports and lives by the principles listed above. How can they not be influenced by the separatist rants of a blatant racist like Reverend Dr. White? Show me the sermons or teachins of the Mormon Church that spew hatred and say “God Damn America” instead of “God Bless America.” Show me the Catholic Church that refers to our great country as the “US KKK of A.” I don’t believe that Barack is a racist, but I do suspect that Michelle Obama is a touch more racially militant. Her “proud of my country” comment was not a slip, it was a sign of her true feelings. Do you want her whispering in the President’s ear at night? Do you want a junior senator with a far left liberal voting record and no actual leadership experience running the country? I certainly don’t.

Obama can try to distance himself from Wright’s verbal diarrhea, but his actions (or inactions) speak volumes. As long as he remains a member of Trinity he endorses the views of the establishment and its leaders.


11 Responses to “The Black Value System”

  1. William Lundquist said

    There are additional things that were osted on Trinity United Church of Christs web site that have been removed, It shared the page with the 10 point vision held by Trinity. There were 12 additional points , a vision called the Black Value System by Manford Byrd and adopted by Trinity. Ater comaplaints were received by the national orginazion of the United Church of Christ, they were removed. I seldom see them published anywhere. Here is the removed portion of that page:
    Trinity United Church of Christ adopted the Black Value System written by the Manford Byrd Recognition Committee chaired by Vallmer Jordan in 1981. We believe in the following 12 precepts and covenantal statements. These Black Ethics must be taught and exemplified in homes, churches, nurseries and schools, wherever Blacks are gathered. They must reflect on the following concepts:
    1. Commitment to God
    2. Commitment to the Black Community
    3. Commitment to the Black Family
    4. Dedication to the Pursuit of Education
    5. Dedication to the Pursuit of Excellence
    6. Adherence to the Black Work Ethic
    7. Commitment to Self-Discipline and Self-Respect
    8. Disavowal of the Pursuit of “Middleclassness”
    9. Pledge to make the fruits of all developing and acquired skills available to the Black Community
    10. Pledge to Allocate Regularly, a Portion of Personal Resources for Strengthening and Supporting Black Institutions
    11. Pledge allegiance to all Black leadership who espouse and embrace the Black Value System
    12. Personal commitment to embracement of the Black Value System.

  2. Tom A. C. said

    Why not print up thousands of parts of the “system” and drop them in mall parking lots. That’s what I’m going to do. B.O. is never going to talk about it if he can help it so I’m going to put his name on it.
    Can you imagine the New Black Panther Party having access to the White House gov. buildings acting as “guards”? Add to that “Rev.” Farakan and the two “pastors” that B.O. embraces giving him counsel?????????

    WAKE UP!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! America!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Kay Bennette said

    Where can I get the full copy of this doctrine? I would love to print 1000 copies also,and hand them out.Please if you have this,post it!

  4. therockofages said

    Oprahma, the great baloney slicer. To put it another way; Oprahma Nation is an abomination fit for malcontents, teenie-boppers, and bitter, (for what we have no idea) self serving their own interests only, ethnic groups. Canada is looking better every day. What I don’t understand, if some love Africa so much, why not go live there? The door is wide open.

  5. I think Ann Coulter is right on; if the Democrats that voted for this hypocritical oaf “had any brains, they would be Republicans” and I don’t mean (RINO’s),i.e., Republicans In Name Only.

    I am on my knees daily to implore “Nature’s God” Whom our founding father’s revered, to deliver us from the evil which has been unleashed upon our land. That means every concerned person must get out where “The Rubber Meets the Road” to elect Senator McCain and Governor Palen in November.
    Duane McCulley

  6. nativeflower said

    Wasn’t “A non-negotiable commitment to Africa” part of the malarkey also at one time? I KNOW I read that on the site awhile back. I guess they change it all the time in relation to whatever truths people slowly discover and dislike about “Mr Microphone”.

    I am sure there exists a PDF of the older version somewhere.
    Anyway, I have always put two and two together and figure with his senate bill to send 845 billion US dollars in poverty aid to “foreign nations” BO will actually be sending 845 Billion dollars to AFRICA: the “mothership” or something like that… LOL ….but with the impending 700 billion dollar Bail Out, I guess oBambi will have to fund his racial agenda with someone else’s money

  7. K-10 said

    Ironically enough, I started at the Church’s website. Then, I googled “The Black Value System”. Great Post, too bad we can’t smack all the idiots in the head with this information…and a lot more, huh?

  8. sunnyinAZ said

    To Nativeflower: Thank you!! I thought I was imagining things! When the issue of the Black Value System first came up, I went out to the Trinity Church site. Rev. Wright was still there. I KNOW I saw one of the values to be a required allegience to Africa. I haven’t seen it again, not even above on this blog. I wish I had copied it. I agree they changed this so their values would be more acceptable now that outsiders might be looking in…

  9. RicardoC said

    Does anyone have a cache or a screen shot of the TUCC Black Value system? I was there a few weeks ago reviewing this lovely code and went back to their website and they have taken that page down and have made it available only to those who have a login! Hmmm…. make you wonder what they are hiding doesn’t it?

  10. TJay said

    I can not believe the level of ignorance and small mindless in the comments. Do more research…look at teh BIG picture. View the situation from a mindset outside of your own. Understand that you perspective is jaded by your own personal experiences and beliefs.

  11. cann0nba11 said

    TJay, thanks for commenting. Can you point out a specific section or comment that you feel is inaccurate? What perspective would you like to insert? I welcome all feedback and discussion, I’m sincere when I ask for your input.

    Thanks again for taking the time to visit and comment.

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