If the Black Community:
The Black Community will be made to prosper as policies that bring forth SOCIAL JUSTICE will be enacted for our benefit
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I can imagine that if I was ever to debate MSNBC's employee Perry Bacon Jr on the subject of "Multiple Taxpayer Paid Healthcare" that one of the first things out of his mouth would be:
"Don't YOU CARE about Black people, seeing that millions of your own people stand to receive health care coverage if it survives the attacks from the conservative justices on the US Supreme Court?"
To which I would replay:
The LACK OF CARE ABOUT BLACK FOLKS can be seen among those who collected the "Black Community Development Consciousness" on their way to aggregating the power of the "Equal Black Ballot", in their execution of 50 years of "Bayard Rustin Black Community Salvation Plan" - yet despite its success at compelling the Negro to fuse his consciousness with this movement you are still pushing a CONSUMER BEHAVIOR. The INSTITUTIONS that are now in favorable hands has not produced statistically significantly more Black Physicians through its ranks NOR a greater awareness of healthy lifestyle choices among the rank & file, allowing them to abate a significant portion of their dependence on clinical care. Not to mention, the economic base within our community which is necessary to organically fund key institutions within our community, such as public schools and health care services has suffered atrophy and NOT "progression" as your scheme has become more entrenched, as evidence by the "Happy Blacks", seen on election eve.
It is, in fact, shameful that one argues that "Black Health Care" should be affixed to an entity that is $16,000,000,000,000 in debt and still growing. What we see is yet another case of the lack of "Institutional Integrity Enforcement" operated by the "Black Racial Services Machine".
Though the scheme that Rustin gave voice to made many think that this control over the key "Civic Service" / 'Human Resource Development Institutions' would allow the Black community to produce a measure of ORGANIC productive output, today it is clear to see that this was merely a local stepping stone for a larger, progressive-fundamentalist venture. Unknown at that time (in the 1960s) was the importance of the "Progressive Joint Venture" in which the "Black Struggle" was necessarily fused in with larger, left-wing struggles as our 13% numbers could not stand alone nationally.
Keep in mind that the "Bayard Rustin Black Community Development Scheme" was focused centrally on the Black Community. Though the long list of "Mission Accomplished Cities" prove that the plan's frontal strategy was successful, it is the resulting benefit TO the Black community that turned into a bill of goods.
Please don't get me wrong. I am secretly envious of those which I call "The Embedded Black Fox Confidence Men". They KNOW OUR PEOPLE better than what I credit them with at times. They understand that once they take our people down the track of the "confidence scheme" - the only options that we have is to "Let GO" and thus find our way back to the right road OR tuck our tails, regarding what we know were promises unkept as we reached their self-defined targets. As WE agree to move the goal posts - NO ONE GETS FIRED FOR FAILING BLACK PEOPLE WHEN THEY ARE A PROGRESSIVE. They merely set us up with a new range of "forward looking parameters".
Sadly, their knowledge of the fact that there was no INFRASTRUCTURE build up between the time when they last mounted the stage to give us our "Black
The Psychological Underpinning Of "The Black
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To fail to assess what is represented as "Black Political Struggle" from a psychological perspective, instead remaining comforted that it is merely an "ideological choice" is a grave mistake.
The honest truth is that, in the present prevailing consciousness among our people, more superior than the threat of "White Supremacy" is the threat of BEING ALL ALONE, ALL BY OURSELVES.
This produces a feeling of NAKEDNESS.
As it stands today the scheme called "Social Justice", when dispassionately assessed, is one that is fundamentally an OUTSOURCING CONSCIOUSNESS. It makes the case that the corporate government of the "United States Of America" has some type of unspoken social contract with all beings that live within its field of radiation.
The perversion of "social justice", from the Black community's perspective - is that even when this body is sufficient control over the INSTITUTIONS that would deliver all of the accouterments that are promised in the "social justice distribution system" - the CONSCIOUSNESS that is contained within these same bodies are unlikely to be aware of the mile marker that they have achieved.
Since "progressivism is inorganic" it compels the masses to look at "inequality" among different population groups as a basis for their continued struggle. It can't bring itself to remind itself of the promises that it made to itself about the grand utopia that it would produce IF it was ever to occupy the seats of power that they now host "Occupation protests", as they feel outside of the power structure.
(Let me run upstairs to find a piece of paper that I had printed out from Dr Boyce Watkins, which I found ironic. Be right back.)
I give up. Can't find it.
Basically the passage said that for the balance of our history as free people in America the ultimate point of attainment for Black people, one that most did not believe could ever happen, was "The Presidency Of The United States Of America".
I do not have the printed article to recall what the rest of the argument was but - what this ultimately is saying is that TODAY - despite the fact that the Black Community has attained what it thought was not possible just 10 years ago - THE CARROT HAS NECESSARILY BEEN MOVED IN ORDER TO KEEP THE SCHEME GOING.
If you allow some people to tell it their rebuttal would consist of "Yes, 'WE' have a Black man in the White House but there is still abundant RACISM in America.".
Both the choice to elect a man who race is 13% of the US population to its highest office AND the index of the Black condition on the question of the presence of racism in the soul of other people are examples of CONSCIOUS OUTSOURCING.
It is not enough that a White person might indeed have hateful or bigoted feelings about Blacks but never physically attacks one of us and suffers the consequences as THE LAW is now enforced. The psychology that is present lends to the belief that the thoughts of this other person are SUPERIOR to any thoughts that might be conjured in the minds of Black people.
The truth is that this struggle was never about the "organic development of Black people". It was done as a means of coalescing power. Using the framework that America has provided, despite its own corruption and imperfections, the channeling of Black grievance into an organized system, our resulting voices delivered to the entity that cared to work out a joint-venture partnership - was the goal all along.
But What As The Negro Stands Alone? Can He Care For Himself Through His Own Institutions?
Is there any evidence that the Black Community Consciousness is "progressing" toward a point where we are venturing INWARD to understand what our bodies, minds and spirits need to survive and thrive?
Is there any evidence that this consciousness is being INSTITUTIONALIZED so that OUR OWN PEOPLE are DEPLOYED in support of achieving and sustaining this standard of living?
Are you sure that the problem is the "lack of legislation" or is it the "Lack Of Consciousness About Ourselves" and what we should be doing as a community?