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The Willie Lynch letter, which supposedly was a "plan" created in 1712 to keep blacks forever disunited and in mental slavery-DID NOT EXIST! Dr. William Jelani Cobb of Spelman College, my colleague Dr. Manu Apim and my own article in the "Encyclopeida of African Aerican Folklore" have exposed this to be a 1993 forgery (like the "Protocols of the learned Elders of Zion") filled with historical inaccuaracy that appeals to the bitter element among reactionaly Black nationalists, barbershop philosophers, and conspiracy theorists.
Fact is folks, anyone who thinks that Black people are uniquely cursed with disunity needs only to study the religious wars of Ireland and the Middle East, the caste system of India, and fratricide that exists around the world among different cultures to thee that disunity is not uniquely a black problem-it is a human problem. Foolishness like this keeps alive low self-esteem and the myth of our mental inferiority and tells bitter people what they want to hear, as well as keeping dishonest writers and "leaders" rich.
If you would like to read REAL history on the psychological problems of Black people, see Carter G. Woodson's "Miseducation of the Negro" and Kenneth Stampp's "The Peculiar Insitution. Toss this Willie Lynch mess to the trash pile and the psychological baggage that goes along with it.