The principles outlined by the Willy Lynch are said to ensure the social, political, economic and psychological enslavement of African Americans and Africans in the diaspora for a thousand years and possibly beyond.The initial speech was said to have been delivered by Willie Lynch on the bank of the James River in the colony of Virginia in 1712. Lynch was described as a British slave owner based in the West Indies. He was to have been invited to the colony of Virginia in 1712 to teach his to slave owners. He argued that he could ensure that slaves remain slaves for a 1000 years by way of dividing rule, using, age, gender, skin shade and geography, as strategy that appears to have worked with great success.
The Willie Lynch doctrine, written by Willie Lynch or not, describes measures that have been taken by white enslavers and their ancestor institutions to control African Americans, from the cradle to the grave. This doctrine may or may not have been written during the 1700's. However, African-Americans need to understand that despite the theories that Willie Lynch may have written, there is no denying that the Willy Lynch principles paint a very accurate picture of what could have and probably was said by some slave owners at some point and time.
The use of the Willie Lynch doctrine is self evident throughout history American history. Welfare in the 60's; Gangster Rap Music from the 90's the Judicial Oversight Demonstration Initiative in 2000. All of these initiatives involve social engineering designed to foster distrust, envy and conflict within the Black Community by making these illusions real, which is the very essence of the Willie Lynch doctrine?
If you have any reservations that these strategies are not visible in contemporary African-American society, take note of the divisions based on Nation of Islam versus Christians and Atheists, Black Fraternities and Sororities, Weave and Wig Wearers versus Natural Hair; Black Afro-centrics versus Black American US flag waving loyalists and most recently Black Democrat's versus Black MAGA Republicans, often decried as Coons and sellouts.

This book includes the following course influenced by the Willy Lynch Principles

How To Enslave African Americans: Module 1691: Black Coonery and Selling Out
Course Title: How To Enslave African Americans
Course Aim: Aid and assist delegate coons in their Modern-Day Masser quest to enslave African Americans .
Selection Criteria:
The ability and willingness to apply Willy Lynch principles on behalf of racist white mainstream to the detriment of African-Americans.

1. The Infamous Willie Lynch Letter
2. Is Willie Lynch's Letter Real?
3.The Willie Lynch Letter Cause For Concern
4. Reasons to Stop Promoting The "Willie Lynch" Speech
5. Dear Black People, You Will Not 'Good Person' Your Way Out Of Racism
6. Dear Black Americans
7. Dear Black People
If Your Black Friends Are Republicans, They Are Your Enemy
8.Stop Telling Black People To "Rise Above" Their Oppression
9. Black Sellouts and Uncle Toms: Who are they?
10. The Miseducation Of Black Conservatives
11. Loving White People Won't Fix Racism

2. Stalking White Folks On Line
3.Understanding White Folks
4.Racial Compliments
5.Prisoners of Conscience
6. Social Kudos
7.Learning By Television
8. Confronting Your Homophobia
10.What's Best For Poor Folks
11.Black While Attending A Predominantly White University (P.W.I.)
12.Classical Music
13 .Alternative Medicine
14.Mary Juana

Past delegates: Candice Owens, Kanye West, Herschel Walker, Ice Cube, Larry Elder, Ben Carson, Byron Donalds. Lil Wayne, Paris Dennard, Omarosa Manigault, Diamond and Silk, Stacey Dash, Dennis Rodman, Azaelia Banks; Terrell Owens

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