Let’s talk about the people who are publicly denouncing their Greek memberships. This video is about Black Greek organizations. I have no knowledge of what happens in non Black Greek organizations. If you’re new here, I use this A.I. voice to protect my identity as there are some deranged people on this platform.
Feel free to follow along via the English captions if you find this A.I. voice annoying. So, I’ve come across multiple videos by people who have chosen to leave their sororities and fraternities, and you know what I’ve noticed? Every single video that I watched was about someone who had mental illness issues, and
In their time of weakness, they were either approached by a religious person who encouraged them to denounce their letters or they were encouraged by someone online who shared their story. Every single video included a story about finding God….giving their life to God….religion.
Basically, they denounced a Greek organization for a religion that has been used as a tool to oppress black people for centuries. My problem is not with them denouncing the organizations. If you join and later discover that it’s not for you, you have every right to leave.
My problem is with the lies that these people are telling. They’re using religion as an excuse for leaving. Not every Greek organization participates in hazing, but it’s possible that some of the people in the videos that I watched experienced hazing, however, they did not mention that as a reason for leaving.
They’re saying that the organizations are evil and they practice witchcraft. They’re even misinterpreting the organizations’ symbols. They’re falsely accusing members of sororities of being witches. They’re quoting a Bible that was written by human beings. They’re lying. Black Greek organizations are public service organizations. There is no witchcraft involved. There is no evil involved.
They’re community service organizations. They’re not cults. Yes, there are rituals and oaths involved, but you are not pledging allegiance to a God. You’re pledging your loyalty to the organization and your sisters or brothers. Let’s talk about what’s really going on here.
The truth is, black people who join Greek organizations are all educated people who usually earn more money than the average black person. There are hundreds of thousands if not millions of people in Black Greek organizations. The members have to pay fees in order to join the organizations as well as annual dues and
Other dues based on the organizations’ needs. That’s millions of dollars, and the church wants that money, so they’re preying on people. Please take a look at some of the videos and feel free to forward me a video that’s not about religion.
If you come across someone who said they denounced it for any reason other than religion, I would like to watch that video. And the people who denounce the organizations online are being used to not only encourage others to denounce their letters, but they’re also being used to recruit people who have
Been rejected from the organizations. Take a look at any video and you’ll see dozens of comments from people who were rejected from a Black Greek organization. We’ll look at some comments at the end of the video. Also, those videos attract college-aged people who might be interested in joining a Greek
Organization as well as people who are members of Greek organizations. Those people have no idea that they’re being preyed upon. They’re being recruited. Why are they targeting college-aged people? Again, the church wants that money. Also, they’re being recruited because people are leaving the church in droves.
According to statistics posted on Another12.org, a religious website, 94% of all Christians are saved before the age of 18, 70% of all young people who grow up in the church leave by 18, and only 4% of the millennial generation has a biblical worldview. The church is desperate.
This is all a scam to get young people and their money in church. This is fear mongering. I guess I should’ve mentioned in the beginning of this video that I am not religious. I’m one of the 70% who left the church before age 18 because it was a bunch of nonsense.
Religion is man-made. It was created because some people have to be told that killing others is wrong. I’m not one of them. I value human life. Some people have to be told that stealing is wrong. I’m not one of them. I don’t believe in taking what’s not mine.
Religion is a tool that’s used to control people, and it’s also a coping mechanism for many people. It’s not real. It’s made up, just like everything else in society that’s used to control people. If you think you need religion because you’re facing difficulties in life, try a therapist.
Our people have been praying for centuries. Where has that gotten us? As a matter of fact, why have we been suffering for centuries? Is God not able to hear our prayers? Religion is not real folks. Again, it’s man-made. And unfortunately, it’s a necessary evil. It gives deranged people something to fear.
It gives hope to the hopeless. But I cannot be faithful to something that has been used as a tool of war against my people for centuries, so the fact that these black people, these descendants of slaves, are using religion as their excuse to leave, is laughable.
Again, I have no problem with people who are leaving for reasons that are unrelated to religion, but I had to speak up about these people who are using religion to justify their departure. It’s nonsense and you should all be ashamed of yourselves. Also, please stop wasting those organizations’ time and resources.
A more deserving person could’ve taken the spot that you squandered. There are people who wait their whole lives to join. Step aside so those people can join. In short, Black Greek organizations are not cults. They’re not evil, and there is no witchcraft involved.
Churches are struggling with membership, and they’re targeting college-aged people so they can save their churches. Pastor’s jet fuel isn’t going to pay for itself. Pastor’s Bentley isn’t going to wax itself. The First Lady’s hat collection isn’t going to multiply on its own.
Again, these people online who are denouncing their letters in the name of religion are just recruiters. They’re like missionaries. They’re preying on people’s fears and insecurities. It’s a scam. It’s about control and separating people from their money. If someone approaches you about denouncing your letters in the name of religion, please
Remember this video. Black Greek organizations are PUBLIC SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. They help people. They provide a service to the black community. They award scholarships. There is no witchcraft. Yes, there is hazing in some organizations, although hazing is illegal. Be sure to ask around about a particular chapter.
If there is hazing involved, I personally believe it’s not worth it to join the organization. There are other ways to get people to declare their loyalty. Abuse should never be an option. Feel free to reach out to a local chapter and try to schedule a meeting with a member
Of the organization that you’re interested in. Ask questions and do you due diligence. Don’t rely on someone online. Do your own research. As stated in the video, I’ll end the video with some of the comments from people who were either rejected by a Black Greek organization or people who regret not joining.
They’re using the videos as coping mechanisms. They have no idea that they’re being recruited by the church. I think this practice of preying on people’s fears and insecurities in order to encourage them to join the church is the total opposite of what they say religion stands for. I am utterly disgusted.
Please let me know what you think about people online who are denouncing their letters in the name of religion. Thanks for watching. Don’t forget to like, comment, share, subscribe, and don’t let anyone steal your joy. Your testimony is gripping. I was rejected twice and now I know why. God saved me.
Was gonna pledge Delta but couldn’t get the community service letter. Years later I found out the truth. Glad God blocked it. Peace & Blessings to you. I’ve always wanted to be a Delta, and I’ve had two opportunities and it never happened. I guess I know why now. My God.
I was in pursuit of the same organization. It was blocked the first time and I wasn’t accepted. By the time that the second opportunity arose, I was enlightened and God said, “No!” So now I have been approached with a guarantee to get in and when I tell them that God told
Me no, people look at me like I’m crazy. Little do they know, I’m good! Praise and honor to God. I was REJECTED TWICE. PRAISE THE MOST HIGH. Now, let’s take a look at a few comments from people who have fallen for the scam.
Remember, these videos are designed to encourage people to join the church. I was never even apart of Greek life but your testimonies are so powerful. It makes me want to get as close to God as you two are. Thank you for sharing. You both are beautiful by the way! This is good!
My family is AKA heavy. I learned about the Greek origins & symbolism from Pastor Fred Price Jr. He has an entire series on it breaking down each of the divine nine and their origins. Stopped me dead in my tracks from joining any sorority or group as such. Go forth women of God!
I too denounced & renounced AKA after learning it from my Pastor! Wow, God is amazing. My daughter wants to pledge AKA so bad, and every year something comes up. I open up Youtube and found this video. I will be sharing this with her.
I think God was protecting her, and you always confirmed it. May God bless you, and this video be a blessing to many and bring deliverance to them all. I’ll end with this interesting comment, which again, is why I find these “leaving for religious reasons” videos hilarious and hypocritical.
I watch a lot of these denouncing fraternity and sororities videos. And the common theme is. I CAME OUT OF BONDAGE FROM ONE ORGANIZATION TO BECOME IN BONDAGE TO ANOTHER ORGANIZATION THAT CLAIM TO SERVE OR TO BE LINKED TO THE SAME GOD.
The God of the Bible and the the God of knowledge are both the same. HAVE OVER STANDING. YOU AREN’T FREE AT ALL. L.O.L.