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Eric Mason Says “Negroes” Who Don’t Speak Out Against Racism Are Selling Out Gospel, Going to Hell

by | May 6, 2021

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Eric Mason, who says white people can never call black people racist, has fully engulfed himself into an anti-gospel cult of skin color. Mason, like we reported earlier, is hell-bent on blaming all of the social ills of black people on white supremacy.

In this video, Eric Mason says that black people who don’t stand with other black people to speak out against racism are only doing it because they want the money and power from white people and then jumps into a “massa” routine comparing them to slaves who worked in the white man’s home–also known as “house negroes.”

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Mason says that these black people are selling out the gospel and trying to “gain their own life for their own sake” and their going to “lose it,” which, biblically speaking, means gaining in this world to lose eternal life–going to Hell.

Of course, this is racist–absolutely, pitifully, mind-blowingly racist–that any man could stand on a stage in what he calls a church, calling himself a pastor, yet blathering such hateful garbage as this. Some of the men that fit the description Mason is speaking of would be Voddie Baucham, Darrell Harrison, Conrad Mbewe, and many other faithful, Black pastors and Bible teachers who haven’t sold their soul to the cult of anti-racism.

Mason goes on to say that black Christians who don’t speak out against “racism” are selling out “their own people.” This is what makes Mason’s movement a cult–as Christians, other Christians are “our own people,” not other people with the same melanin count or skin shade.

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