The choice to rile up Black people for the sake of fomenting "Congregational Unity" indeed allows those who seek to present themselves as "The Voice Of The Frustrations Of Black People" a bit of power. There is no doubt that this same person will later be heard saying "See, I told you that if we stick together there is NOTHING that we can't accomplish because we have the TRUTH on our side".
Unfortunately, it is so often the case that the point of focus that the congregation has been keyed in upon represents merely an issue that the "machine" has a bit of expertise upon.
The "dark matter" analysis technique prompts me to first define the full dimensions of all of the relevant issues to the community and then apply a disciplined proportion to the problems that the activists choose to focus upon. In using this type of analysis my goal IS NOT to remain a permanent contrarian to the forces that I am frequently critical of. The truth is that their entire scheme involves evading any sort of accountability for the issues within the Black community that extend beyond their scope of interests. The powerful tool of 'social justice" allows them to punt much of the unresolved issues in the "Dark Matter Space" outward to some other higher rung of government. A rung that has not been sufficiently "progressivized" and thus which stands as the enemy to Black people.
From "In These Times" Magazine - Chicago Street Gangs
I have grown to have more respect from mainstream/White progressive magazines (which I purchase every month as part of my research) than I do for the Black Racial Services Machine press operations. When I read mainstream progressive magazines I understand that they don't have to fake about who they are and what they are pushing. The see the Black vote as a component of their "Joint-Venture". Their observations of the part that Black people play and their predictions on how the Black voter will always be a reliable source of votes provide the blueprint that I observe as the "LampBlacked Yellow Journalists" bring the plan into fruition.
The breaking news from the article is not the information captured in the picture above:
- 50% Black Male unemployment rate in Chicago
- 32% Black Poverty rate
The section of the article that captured my eye was the following:
Credit should be given to "In These Times" for making note of the distinction between their observations of the present economic conditions in "Black Chicago" versus what the marketing machines of Wall Street and the Obama White House are pushing per their respective interests.
This must be contrasted with the messaging from the "Black Racial Services Machine" press. The assortment of these operatives have been hired by mainstream media organizations to put a black face on a political and ideological agenda. Unlike "In These Times", you will not hear them separating their interests in defending the interests of the Black Community from their agenda to propagate their ideological and political message. The words "WE should be further along in our community development by this time seeing the AMOUNT OF INVESTMENTS that Black people have made in this machine" will never, never, never come out of their mouths or keyboards.
Whenever the choice between protecting their ideological/partisan interests and the "portfolio" of the Black community reach a mutually exclusive convergence - they understand that Black people (in our present prevailing consciousness) will understand.
Their knowledge of Black people make them aware that at this time the most effective means of eliminating the compromising situation is to get Black folks riled up against the Republican Conservative Wolf. After doing so the rank & file will be heard demanding that the Black press operative focus more on the threat from the enemy than on criticizing "Black Leaders", "trying to run Black people down".
Notice the reference to "Self" and/or "Ownership" in the last sentence that is an accurate representation of the rebuttals that one receives for DARING to note that the "golden chalice" feels a little light.
I could go on and on but ultimately there are mere TRANSACTIONAL examples of what the problem is. The truth is that the same force that is seeking to muster "congregational unity" also knows that their ultimate agenda is not to develop the Black community. They merely need to produce 'congregational unity' and from this unity they will never be fired because they have the popular appeal AND "the enemy" still lurks outside.
What works as a scheme among willing participants also steals away valuable time, time in which a more transparent governance system should have been created. As much as people claim that "our culture was stolen" it is no less true that since a "culture" is a set of rules and standards for a group of people, the present scheme that is being run is developing a culture just the same.
The main flaw of this culture is that it can't stand alone. It cannot produce the results that it promises our people IF we remain loyal........and don't ask any questions.
Ultimately it requires a "Self-Lie".
This lie ensures that one's own self is never asked "Should I/We be further along than we are?".
The main reason why this wont' be asked is because it is difficult TO FIRE ONE'S OWN SELF and suffer the fiscal and emotional consequences of a self-inflicted spell of unemployment.
In a rather ironic perversion - the lack of governance infrastructure within that would have risen to demand corrective action by the "Embedded Confidence Men" is not present, thus in this void they continue to do their thing.