Friday, November 16, 2012

"The Tea Party Movement Is Dead".......Just Like The "Civil Rights Organizations Are Long Gone"

Is anyone watching this season's episodes  of "The First 48 Hours"?
I have to admit my mistake in assuming that last season which showed the brutality of a "Black woman in Cleveland" who's body was burned in a snow covered field AND two young Black males in some other city were found in the trunk of a burned out car after being shot execution style in a 'drug house' were proper references to the conditions that are present in some Black community.  The mistake I made was to look at the VIOLENCE and depraved value for humanity that was shown by the assailant was the key index.

This season - I can't see if the producers know that they are doing this - the narrative that stands out in the two episodes that have stood out in my mind is that the greater force of impact than the VIOLENT ACT upon a fellow Black human being is the interplay with death and terrorism that is contained within the community relations among the "100% Equal Human Beings" that are on display.

From my virtual visit to the "Pork & Beans Community" of Miami Florida - I have noted:


  1. The deadly lust for vengeance in response to the murder of a fellow "tribesman" trumps the humanity of the target or that of his loved one's that have the misfortune of being worthy vessels to make the target feel the pain if they are killed
  2. The BLACK WOMEN who are terrorized in the community are more likely to "Snitch" in support of a desperation for return to normalcy in the community as they see that LOYALTY TO A "FAKE RELIGION" has brought death upon those who she loves the most
  3. Worst of all - While the Black mothers are heard saying "My son did not grow up in a home that taught him to act like this.   I am not sure what else I could do once I lost him to the streets"...........these individual members of the community, who are made to think transactionally about their situation, cannot see the VOID IN COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE AND CONTROL that SHOULD HAVE sculpted their young sons and daughters by walking them along a certain pathway, providing them with a purpose.
THESE BLACK WOMEN HAVE BEEN USED, ARE BEING USED but they can't see the USURPATION.


The Tea Party Is Dead - Hurrah, Hooray!!

By the way did any of you see the response that I received from my Sociology professor friend from the other day?

Never mind he deleted the comment.

The rebuttal to my statements to Profession Weston was:

"I am not a PROGRESSIVE"

Sociology is the study of society. It is a social science which uses various methods of empirical investigation and critical analysis to develop a body of knowledge about human social activity. For many sociologists the goal is to conduct research which may be applied directly to social policy and welfare, while others focus primarily on refining the theoretical understanding of social processes. Subject matter ranges from the micro level of individual agency and interaction to the macro level of systems and the social structure.e Cell


The (Black Development ) Civil Rights Movement Is Dead Yet Those Who Still Wear The Choir Robes With The Embossed Letters Of The Organizations Still Sing Out For The Pleasure Of The Preachers Of The "False Religion Of Black Americanism"

When you see a "murder scene" on A&E's "The First 48 Hours" or when you note a crowd of "Black women crying after suffering the loss at the hands of a Street Pirate" - if you pay close attention - you never see a "Hoodie Rally" for no other reason than the fact that there is no EXTERNAL INDICTMENT to be rendered.

The "Dark Matter Analysis" technique allows me to establish an index of behavior and responses to one type of "attack upon Black people" and then use this as a threshold to appraise their response to a situation that involves the same outcome ("A Ninja Who Got Himself Kilt") but a different scenario based on the KILLER.

If we agree that "The Tea Party Movement" was a base of opportunists that were reacting to a certain prescribed set of variables that where at play at a certain time - and TODAY their opportunity has past - WHY is it that we don't hear a similar bit of inspection about the "Civil Rights Pharisees" - with well known "Paid Black Press" figure daring to try and link their antics with the STATISTICS WITHIN THE BLACK COMMUNITY that need improvement and augmentation?

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