y’all talk to much y’all should try some silence,
they shootin’ up some grocery stores, where the sirens?
they preach against CRT like it aint, white boys
with AR’s that’s dreaming about killing
and stealing my body and tie it go lynching tree.
I’m bout to buy back my granny house,
gettin my own reparations, I ain’t patient no,
Now yuh, satan gone play in the lake that was waitin’
for us, you playing, I’m praying for love,
what if I told you they stole us and told us,
the Holy Ghost ain’t coming summoning, blood
judgment is coming, I’m running the race,
and that racist the lake is just waiting for ya.
Just who is Jackie Hill Perry condemning to the lake of fire? Who is she condemning to hell?
“They preach against CRT like it ain’t” and “White boys with AR’s that’s dreaming about killing and stealing my body and tie it to a lynching tree” and “judgment is coming” and “that racist the lake is just waiting for ya.”
She equates those White people who preach against CRT with overt racists with guns, and who lynch people. She says judgment is coming and those anti-CRT White people will be cast into the lake of fire.
The demonization of White people who preach against CRT, while not demonizing people of color who also preach against CRT, demonstrates an irrational hatred against White people, and specifically against White people who preach against CRT.
CRT or Critical Race Theory is an unbiblical philosophical framework that presents as its premise the following:
1. Systemic racism is an inherent part of American society.
2. This systemic racism can be found in all areas such as education, housing, employment, healthcare, government, the military, the Christian Church, and, of course, it is inherent in the nature of White people.
3. This systemic racism manifests itself in the racial inequalities that are inherent in the laws, regulations, policies, and institutions throughout America; as well as the inherent racism found in White people.
4. Racism can really only be understood, and thus properly explained, by those who have experienced it. First and foremost this refers to African-Americans, and then secondarily by other people of color. As (it is believed) White people are the prominent progenitors of racism in America, they cannot be the victims of racism, and therefore do not understand it, and are disqualified from speaking about it.
CRT promotes division and partiality, both condemned by God (Romans 16:17-18; 1 Corinthians 1:10-13; Titus 3:9-11; etc / James 2:1; Romans 2:11; Galatians 3:28; etc.). Clearly then, CRT is not only unbiblical, but antithetical to Scripture, and therefore to God, and to Christianity as well.
What then does this say about Jackie Hill Perry?