A most gracious thanks for your kind and re-assuring words. I know such brothers as they do not represent the vast majority of your Nation's family.
As I made mention to the brother, this subject is a very sensitive one to us as Diasporic Africans here in Amexum. I also made mention in my latest lecture that I literally held on to this information for a period of 7 years, waiting for the most appropriate time to present it to a more mature, conscious and open-minded people.
But I overstood as well that there would be strong, adverse reactions to such a presentment, and I've been thoroughly prepared to answer all criticisms calmly and reasonably for some time. I also knew that such information HAD to be siphoned out in "portions"; that it would be a "bit much" for some brothers and sisters to process.
My father (PBUH) once told me that "...the truth cuts; but sometimes it takes a while before you bleed". In other words, these brothers know they've been cut by the truth. They're reacting to the wounds inflicted on their ignorance. But they don't KNOW they're ignorant; not until that ignorance begins to bleed out and they see it for themselves.
In the meantime, their "faith" in their dogma temporarily anesthesizes the wounds that truth inflicts, delaying the bleed-out and allowing their ignorance to linger. The good thing is...with time, the "anesthesia" wears off.
Thus, the wise simply wait.
Again little brother; thank you for reaching out. Stay strong and in the Light of Wisdom, Reason and Truth...