The irony of it all is that in the background I am watching the (propaganda) documentary "Letter To The President" in which "THEY" are blamed for all of the problems in Black America. (More on this later).
The fundamental objective of the medial elements of the Black Establishment (and Progressive Establishment) is to get Black people to think in a certain framework that is favorable to their cause.
The notions of labor economics in which there is a set of jobs that doesn't keep up with population demand for jobs results in unemployment seems lost on them. When White folks understand this calculus and have the audacity to demand that the border laws are enforced - they are doing so because they are filled with HATRED.
All the while the Black leftist is able to maintain his moral high ground with the claim: "I have never discriminated against anyone".
The truth is - HE DOES NOT HAVE TO OWN UP TO THE CONSEQUENCES OF HIS POLICY PREFERENCES.
Ultimately when his community suffers from disproportionately high unemployment rates as the unskilled labor segment of the labor market is overrun with competition - HE AGAIN - Blames RACISM for his condition.
- There is a fight against RACISM on the front end demands that Black people NOT control the quantity of "sellers of LABOR" by enforcing immigration laws
- There are claims on the back end that RACISM is the reason why Black people have higher unemployment rates
- When we consider that education is the key force to lift people into higher skilled jobs that are better paying it matters not that "favorable people" now run the schools in our community. RACISM makes them "inferior schools".
Is there a LOWEST COMMON DENOMINATOR in these elements?
Is RACISM CHASING an empowering concept that we latch onto or an immobilizer?