- New Polls Indicate That Blacks Are Motivated To Vote In November
- Report: More Minority Babies To Be Born In The USA This Year Than White
What happens when you reach a point where you see the same tactics that you fell for previously being used upon you again? Should you bite?
For me - I choose to consider the ORGANIC actions that the people in question are doing so that the anticipated benefit will come to fruition.
I stated previously that there are two currencies in America - the dollar and the ballot. One is used to obtain the other. Sadly the value of both of these in the material lives of our people has greatly diminished. According to various economists who study the dollar the reason why the dollar has diminished is because this country has greatly abandonned its manufacturing base. Whereas the economy used to be based upon the production of hard capital goods, today we have a bunch of financial transactions that are inflated by "middle men" who abstract the market value from the actual worth of the underlying product. Look at the mortgage crisis as result. When the gap between the market value and the actual house collapsed all of the people and corporations that profited from this gap lost their shirts.
In the "population game" the hoped for advantage from mere attrition should be seen as equally vacuous. Though some seek to indict me as spewing "anti-Black hatred" for my observations the truth is that I am not talking about the "Black genetic form". If I was they would be correct. Instead I am focusing upon the "prevailing policies and political viewpoints" that is held by a certain portion of the "rank and file" and enforced by the elements of the establishment. The truth is that by merely focusing upon the numbers game without seeking to reconcile these beliefs with respect to the forces that are are bearing down upon us the potential that might have been an advantage will turn out to be a larger dependent class who all are seeking to execute their "social justice" draw upon the treasury. Ironically with these words I will be spat upon as having said "Blacks are welfare cases". The truth is that the purveyors of the "least of these" policies which focus on servicing rather than development of competencies admit to our inferiority. They merely have the cover of seeking to "feed us" and thus doing us good. They never seem to have to own up to their damage to our "community competence" after they have assumed control.
The only way for this population advantage to turn into an advantage for our community is to insure that a TRANSPARENT MANAGEMENT ARCHITECTURE is in place to ensure that these prevailing policies are proven to be effective. We already see that the promises that were to be had at the city and local level have not come to pass.
Unfortunately all of this requires a bit of willingness to submit ourselves to a particular order that enforces these higher standards of productivity rather than the circular reference that "since these policies are popular they must be right".