He Who Laughs last, Laughs Best!
By CP Sapar Ahyak
February 2011 article
|This statement is a natural fact of life. I don’t care what it is that you may have gone through on a personal level, if you’re the one who’s standing alone (on Top) in the end, it’s the greatest feeling in the world. This article, however, is not about individual accomplishments. This article is about the eventual accomplishments of an entire nation of people. What nation am I referring to? THE NATION OF ISRAEL! (a.k.a. The Israelite Church of God In Jesus Christ). Who is The Nation of Israel today? They are the people of Negroid, Native American Indian, and Hispanic decent scattered throughout North, South, and Central America and in other regions throughout the world.
It’s undeniable that we as a people have had to endure a tremendous amount of misery, pain, and ridicule throughout the years. The so-called African Americans were brought to America beginning in 1619 for one purpose and one purpose alone: TO SERVE AS SLAVES. Even after the so called Emancipation Proclamation (in 1863) declared that the slaves were free; our people still had to endure years of social injustice. The period of time immediately after slavery is commonly known as the ‘Jim Crow’ era. Blacks were not allowed to eat at the same restaurant counters as their so called white counterparts. We were forced to drink out of separate water fountains and in many cases, were not allowed to do simple things like sleep in hotel rooms etc., (even though we had the money to do so). A lot of young people today don’t remember those times; but if they were to take a few minutes and talk to some elderly people, (who were alive during those years), they would certainly get an ear full. I, myself, still have some news clippings from the 1960′s when our people had police dogs sicced on them simply because they were standing up for their right to be treated fairly (like everyone else).
Not to mention the public ridicule and humiliation that our people have had to endure throughout our time here in America. If you examine a lot of the cinematography from the earlier part of the last century, you’ll find an inordinate amount of images and characters that shed an unfavorable light on the so called black man. I would guess that over 90% of the images that people were exposed to on television, (and in the movies), were unfavorable. I still remember watching a television show called ‘The Little Rascals’ and asking myself why ‘Spanky and Alfalfa’ (two of the main characters in the show) were always groomed, clean-cut, and well spoken; but Buckwheat, (one of the only black characters in the show), didn’t seem to know how to use a comb or put together a coherent sentence. If it wasn’t a Buckwheat-like character, it was a stepping and fetching, (Uncle Tom), butler-type of character, (i.e. a black man who looked like a deer in the headlights every time a so called white man entered the room). A good example of this would be someone like ’Rochester’ (the black butler) on the Jack Benny Show. Believe it or not, these unfavorable images took a toll on how so called blacks were perceived throughout the world. If you were a Caucasian hiring manager, for example, who grew-up in the suburbs, and the only experience that you ever had with black people were the images that you saw (of them) on television, obviously, your opinion would be jaded.
The former mayor of Philadelphia (Frank Rizzo) made a lot of racist Caucasians laugh when he made members of the Black Panthers strip (naked), outside, before they were arrested. You had people in Japan trading black -Sambo dolls like it was a sport.
The so called Negros are not the only ones who were mistreated in this society. Native American Indians and Hispanics were, (and still are), constantly being mistreated and ridiculed as well. I have images of drunken, red- faced Native American Indians or lazy Mexicans in my head (from watching TV and going to the movies) to this day.
What most people don’t realize is that we are all one big family. According to the Holy Bible, the people of Negroid, Native American Indian and Hispanic decent are the true Israelites. We are the descendants of the holy men (and women) of the bible. Jeremiah, Hosea, Ezekiel, Job, Susanna, Esther, King Solomon, King David, ….JESUS CHRIST! Yes, those are our fore-fathers and fore-mothers!
What people also don’t realize is that just as accurately as the Bible prophesied that we would be cursed in KJV Deuteronomy 28th chapter, the Bible also talks about how much we will be blessed ( in these last days and) in the Kingdom of Jesus Christ! In the book of Isaiah it tells you that:
Isaiah 61:9 “And their seed (The true Israelites) shall be known among the Gentiles, and their offspring among the people: all that see them shall acknowledge them, that they are the seed which the LORD hath blessed.”The book of Zephaniah says: Zephaniah 3:19 “Behold, at that time I will undo all that afflict thee: and I will save her that halteth, and gather her that was driven out; and I will get them (the true Israelites) praise and fame in every land where they have been put to shame.
So as you can see, it’s really been a barrel of laughs for the so called white man, (and all the other nations), when it comes to how they’ve treated the so called Blacks, Native Indians and Hispanics over the years.; but there’s a funny thing about things in barrels, eventually, whatever is in there …RUNS OUT! When the last laugh has been chuckled, it will be OUR TIME TO START LAUGHING! And like the title said: He who laughs last, …LAUGHS BEST!
Written by: Chief Priest Sapar ahyak, Host of ‘The Truth’ Radio show
Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ
World Headquarters: 1941 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10027
Philadelphia Branch:3053 Kensington Ave.,Philadelphia,PA19134
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