The Willie Lynch Letter :: Cardinal Principle for Making a Negro

For fear that our future generations may not understand the principle of breaking both horses and men, we lay down the art.

For, if we are to sustain our basic economy we must break both of the beasts together, the nigger and the horse.

We understand that short range planning in economics results in periodic economic chaos, so that, to avoid turmoil in the economy, it requires us to have breadth and depth in long range comprehensive planning, articulating both skill and sharp perception.

We lay down the following principles for long range comprehensive economic planning:

1) Both horse and niggers are no good to the economy in the wild or natural state.

2) Both must be broken and tied together for orderly production.

3) For orderly futures, special and particular attention must be paid to the female and the youngest offspring.

4) Both must be crossbred to produce a variety and division of labor.

5) Both must taught to respond to a peculiar new language.

6) Psychological and physical instruction of containment must be created for both.

We hold the above six cardinals as truths to be self-evident, based upon following discourse concerning the economics of breaking and tying the horse and nigger together... all inclusive of the six principles laid down above.

NOTE: Neither principles alone will suffice for good economics.

All principles must be employed for the orderly good of the nation.

Accordingly, both a wild horse and a wild or natural nigger is dangerous even if captured, for they will have the tendency to seek their customary freedom, and, in doing so, might kill you in your sleep.

You cannot rest.

They sleep while you are awake and are awake while you are asleep.

They are dangerous near the family house and it requires too much labor to watch them away from the house.

Above all you cannot get them to work in this natural state.

Hence, both the horse and the nigger must be broken, that is break them from one form of mental life to another, keep the body and take the mind.

In other words, break the will to resist.

Now the breaking process is the same for the horse and the nigger, only slightly varying in degrees.

But as we said before, you must keep your eye focused on the female and the offspring of the horse and the nigger.

A brief discourse in offspring development will shed light on the key to sound economic principle.

Pay little attention to the generation of original breaking but concentrate on future generations.

Therefore, if you break the female, she will break the offspring in its early years of development and, when the offspring is old enough to work, she will deliver it up to you.

For her normal female protective tendencies will have been lost in the original breaking process.

For example, take the case of the wild stud horse, a female horse and an already infant horse and compare the breaking process with two captured nigger males in their natural state, a pregnant nigger woman with her infant offspring.

Take the stud horse, break him for limited containment.

Completely break the female horse until she becomes very gentle whereas you or anybody can ride her in comfort.

Breed the mare until you have the desired offspring.

Then you can turn the stud to freedom until you need him again.

Train the female horse whereby she will eat out of your hand, and she will train the infant horse to eat of your hand also.

When it comes to breaking the uncivilized nigger, use the same process, but vary the degree and step up the pressure so as to do a complete reversal of the mind.

Take the meanest and most restless nigger, strip him of his clothes in front of the remaining niggers, the female, and the nigger infant, tar and feather him, tie each leg to a different horse faced in opposite directions, set him a fire and beat both horses to pull him apart in front of the remaining niggers.

The next step is to take a bullwhip and beat the remaining nigger male to the point of death in front of the female and the infant. Don't kill him but put the fear of God in him, for he can be useful for future breeding.

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