This writing was compiled in relation to the 300th anniversary of Willie Lynch's theory. His system was introduced in the colonized state of Virginia on the bank of the James river in 1712 to slave owners with the promise of a fool proof conditioning on "how to make a slave, and keep a slave a slave" that would be effective for 300 years. 2012 is the year of the manifestation of this theory and scheme materializing as a truth.
It is a fact that the ailments of this conditioning are recognizable in today's cultural behavior within the descendants of slaves here in North America. I will be quoting the William Lynch speech of 1712, then elaborating on the current existence of his theory in our behavior pattern and train of thought. I will then extend a proposed solution to reverse this conditioning. Although, these ideas will not be effective without the necessary application of the proposed solutions shared in this book.
I am sure that if we put as much intelligent information into our minds as we do self-destructive material, we would be striving for a different agenda opposed to obtaining cars, rims, jewelry, dope, and hoes. Instead, we would be striving to build our own brand of vehicle, focusing on establishing financial empowerment through home ownership, creating products instead of consuming products, and molding our women into Michelle Obama's and Oprah Winfrey's opposed to prostitutes and strippers.
Along with the theoretical solutions in this book, you will find some questions in reference to the existing psychological issues and economical circumstances that we are suffering from as a people. Selective pieces of this writing were composed to make you question yourself and your actions, or to simply provoke the question of "who is going to take on the responsibility to be responsible for our youth, and the economical development of our communities?"