Interesting that a Progressive-Establishment man like Warren Ballentine would have a Republican like Armstrong Williams on his show as a guest host (seemingly for a week). They both are brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity. This is the only logical reason to allow this "water and oil" to mix as they do.
I am 100% positive that many of the callers who have a particular mindset can't see the conflict and conundrum that they are now in. They are still rendering certain talking points with regard to the question "Why is the Black community in the state that it is currently in?" and "What is needed to change it?"
From one caller we learned that "The WHITE EUROPEAN" has systematically set out to destroy "nations of color" where ever they reside. He told us to read "Diary of an Economic Hit Man" by John Perkins and another book that I don't recall. It documented the case of the systematic exploitation of Africa.
At no time did I hear ANYONE link these longitudinal attempts to "Destroy The African" with what is going on today in Libya with the United States, France, Britain and Italy. With this connection sitting right in front of everyone to connect together - thus showing that even TODAY - these forces of upheaval are working - YOU KNOW WHY no one thought to connect the two together.
Several callers talked about "The Prison Industrial Complex". The deliberate attempt to imprison Black males in order to destroy the Black community. One said that Michelle Alexander's books "The New Jim Crow" was required reading for all Black Americans.
Again - the question remains in a similar way as it does about Libya: Why is it that when "favorable people" are placed into the seat of power over "Mission Accomplished Cities" that the demographics of the prison population does not change IF it is a conspiracy to destroy Black males? Are these Blacks in on the scheme because they are Black Conservatives that hid as Progressives and got elected?
The primary thing that Michelle Alexander and the other "Prison Social Justice" activists are guilty of is failing to tie together all of necessary social and cultural and institutional elements together.