The Princeton Area Democratic Organization (PCDO) will kick off its fall program series with a panel discussion on “Getting Beyond Racism.”
The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Sunday, September 20, at 7 pm at the Suzanne Patterson Senior Center, 45 Stockton Street, behind Monument Hall (formerly Borough Hall). The purpose of the panel is to initiate dialogue and communication in our town and what we all can do to move forward in a positive way, as well as to honor the “Black Lives Matter” movement and the tragic events that have led to it.
The panel will be moderated by Michele Tuck-Ponder, former mayor of Princeton Township and co-host of the Reed & Ponder cable television program. Members of the panel include: Princeton University graduate Rhinold Lamar Ponder, an artist and attorney who runs a Facebook page, “Beyond Black and White,” which has more than 500 members; Carlton Branscomb, Pastor of the First Baptist Church in Princeton, and Board Member of the Coalition for Peace Action/Cease Fire NJ; Princeton native Shirley Satterfield, retired School Guidance Counselor and expert on the history of the Witherspoon-Jackson neighborhood; Deborah Blanks, retired Associate Dean of the Princeton University Chapel; Calvin Reed, who grew up in Princeton, and is now on the staff of Congresswoman Bonnie Watson-Coleman; and Leticia Fraga, Vice-Chair of the Princeton Human Services Commission and Chair of the Subcommittee on Civil Rights. For further information on the Princeton Community Democratic Organization, go to https://www.princetondems.org.
“NO ONE WINS THE RACE OF RACISM”
Clearly the old paradigms about racism have again changed increasingly becoming something even more sinister than ever before, the constancy in there evolution being due to the seditiousness inherent within the disposition of racism itself, which predisposed racism towards being a metastasizing malaise in its geneses thereof.
Racisms evolution follows a prototypical process just as everything else in the “natural world” does from amongst the archetype models that the laws of nature provide. While racisms chosen pathway is a simulation from amongst the natural selection processes that are intrinsically afforded all living beings, in the particular case of racism, the difference arises in that the processes of racism though occurring within the “human forms” originates in essence from a non-biological inorganic source , yet still has the same functionality that we find in “physical matter” composition beings. Perspicacious and erudite, the extent of the diabolicalness of the stratagem of disobedience we call racism and the havoc it is costing mankind in its anarchism threatens to be the leading cause of the ruination and descent as a species of intelligent life forms.
Racism has successfully been accepted as being “ALIVE AND WELL”, although it is in reality an illusion made of substance that can only be given life by those who will accept it as real and then manifest it through their own thinking and actions into this realm of real and living things, only to then paradoxically disclaim it as not of their own personal creation, yet insist that it is a real and living thing of its own devising. This happens because once the parasitic schismatic effects that arise in racism after it is given “life through thought” occurs, then it fools people into believing it is a separate-from-themselves living thing and they see it and relate to it as such while in reality it is only a form of a “Frankenstein”, a soulless monster given the illusion of life through the maddening thoughts of mankind thou death it became-eternally from its inception, yet once mankind sees it for what it is then it dies again in man’s thinking.
Let us be reminded that racism was not born of any great galactic cataclysmic events of a creation process, nor has it sprung forth from the loins of this earth and it is not and as stated an outgrowth of the cyclical patterns of nature, racism is masterfully contrived by negative entity energy forms that subliminally induce humans into allowing racism to spawn within the minds of the family of human beings, and then it comes forth within humans as if it naturally arose from their own derived thinking and decision making processes that stem from their own credence and ability and right to do so, never lending to the reality that it is only an illusion created to exist at the frequency of the human brain waves, least we humans awaken to see that the evil we term racism that can and does reside there within us, comes from outside of us firstly, to hold residency in our mentality and hold us prisoners in a false illusionary construct.
We give life to racism similarly to the ways in which we give life to our dreams, racism has no life unless we think it does and thus give it the power to exist.
Racism, because it now resides in the minds of men, has to be treated there, in the minds of men first, if it is to be cured in this realm of real and living things. We can’t go on attempting to address the end results of racism, segregation, discrimination, bias, hatred, unequal rights, etc., as if they are the root causes and origins of racism when they are just the manifest conditions and results of racism.
As long as we continue to treat the unpropitious invasion of polemical “corrupt thought” turned into actions, planted into systems and societies as a myriad of real absolutes that cannot be eradicated wholly because they are as far and wide reaching as there are people on this planet, then we will remain in the illusionary conditions called racism-which is in real reality just another of the vibrational prison walls which unbeknownst to the majority of the human population encapsulate us in the illusions of superiority, dominance, and unequal inalienable rights that in really real reality we all still do possess. This is the true source of which all the conflicts amongst humans comes from, the corrupt energies associated with the thoughts of mankind, warring in this medium as the persona of racism, and the people of this earth are the battlefield.
Anthony K. Bailey
Reblogged this on Princeton Comment and commented:
This should be an excellent panel.
Rev. Don Brash, resident theologian at Princeton United Methodist Church, has been added to the panel.