Still Deceived!

Get real people, understand; there is no real freedom in this land! A oppressionland filled with opportunity; yet no justice, no peace, no unity.

America’s disenfranchised is still oppressed; down trodden, violated yet still richly blessed. Some have endured the devastation of slavery; traumatized in discovering all are NOT free!

United States history has erased ageless cultures; forcing many to be  victims of America, the diseased vulture. Violence, poverty and hate has never been thoroughly addressed; its cruel repercussions faintly encouraged but never in full arrest.

With this some cultures will become extinct; the elimination en mass creates a societal “weakest link”! Wake up & embrace this thought liberally; that everyone in America is “STILL NOT” free!

Where is the equality “ALL” should receive? Why is there still persecution? Why are we “STILL DECEIVED”?

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Author: TheBrokenVessel!

Denise J. Williams was born in Brooklyn, New York & holds a doctorate in biblical studies. More of her work can be found on her blog http://www.thebrokenvessel.wordpress.com​ The Healing Of A Broken Vessel was released in March 2009. It was listed for a time in the Spring Arbor, Ingram’s Christian wing’s database. Her second offering, Chambers of the Believing Heart was released in June 2012. Her objective is to inspire the modern day believer to seek an authentic, passionate relationship with the Lord.​ ​ Denise has over twenty years of ministry experience. Her past outreach efforts included ministering to nursing home residents and tutoring young women in reading. Briefly, she moderated a weekly caller driven radio show entitled "Real Talk with Brother Herman”. Denise is fully persuaded that believers can be viable catalysts to expose the world to God’s unconditional love, healing power and authority for such a time as this!

2 thoughts on “Still Deceived!”

  1. absolutely….you wrote this in your 20s??? wow…
    I like the question directed to us…all. because we are all deceived and are all have been actively conditioned and programmed not to question our lot, our religious system steeped the god of our oppressor and with many teaching which reflect that programing and reinforces that programing and for 50 years we can and I am 54, functioned within that programming and surround ourselves with like-minded people. Which further cements these feeling, thoughts, behaviors that continues to drag us deeper into beast system of complete domination. We now face the reality that the same people who were singing to and praising Jesus were burning people at the stakes, lynching others, raping their women and children will not allow us to break free unless we go through a debriefing of our minds which is like being deculted. America is a cult culture and there are agents checking for deviate voices, or voices of liberation of the mind…within our families, love relationships, workplace, etc… who send alerts to the mass base…’WE HAVE ONE THAT CAN SEE”…this was demonstrated in the science fiction movie…THEY LIVE… if you can see, you are an outlaw, an enemy of the state.. We have teachers who are alive on youtube but dead in life who have many debriefing lessons. Dr. Amos Wilson, some are still alive in this world…Dr. Niam Akbar, Neely fuller, and we can bring our minds out this very painful process….”MARK THOSE WHO LABOR AMONG YOU…” and we will be marked by our attempt to de-cloak the lies and save our futures. One example in the South Florida times, a young man writes an article which speaks fact, recent fact his name is John Dudley and he is attacked on the internet to dare even mention these things…”the most dangerous American is an angry man with a gun…” once he opened for a dialogue the programing unleashed a host of responses to not respect his first amendment right to speak but to HOW DARE YOU EVEN SAY THIS…deep seed deny keep this culture in cultville. Keep writing….

    1. Yes, Mark wrote this when I was in my mid twenties so this was late 1984 or so. I was very upset at the time in my life over the disparities in treatment of people because they were poor or minority. I was so naive then. I wanted the world to be a better place so I thought a poem like this would draw attention to the fact that we are all equal and deserve a shot at the American Dream.

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