Wednesday, January 06, 2016

Black Progressive Democrats: "The Best Part About Being Black And A Progressive Democrat Is When My BLACK FACE Is Shown Within The Black Community - They Automatically Assume That I Am Working To ADVANCE BLACK PEOPLE, Especially Since All That I Say To Them Affirms What They Already Believe"

HOW DID THIS ARTICLE SLIP PAST ME A FEW YEARS AGO?
I told you before - I HAVE RESPECT FOR PEOPLE WHO FIGURE OUT "WHAT MAKES A CONSUMER TICK" AND EXPLOITS THIS ADVANTAGE.

YOU are the FOOL who believes that "YOUR IN COMMON RACE" makes it so that THEY WON'T EXPLOIT YOU.

NJ.com: True Blue Newark Democrats
The machine is alive and well in Newark.
After months of hard fighting and high rhetoric over a battle for control of the party, the Essex County Democratic Committee still holds the reins in a city it has dominated for decades.
"We had the benefit of running with President Obama, Senator Menendez and Don Payne which are three very strong names," said Phil Alagia, chief of staff to County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo and one of the party’s top strategists. "We’re the Democratic party and we have great Democrats in Essex County."
A lot was at stake during the June 5 Democratic primary. On top of the 10th District Congressional seat, district leader races throughout the city threatened to upset the political status quo.
Factions of city Democrats complained the party had lost its core liberal principles and had grown unresponsive to the needs of the citizenry.
After the elections, each city ward remains under the control of the party machine, but insurgents did not leave the field empty-handed.
In the East and South Wards, independent democrats made significant inroads on June 5, picking up dozens of district leader seats. But in no ward did insurgents win enough races to elect new leadership.
In city politics, the party is organized on a three-tiered hierarchy. District leaders are the ground troops elected to represent a constituency often no bigger than a few city blocks. Those leaders then gather the week after election and choose the ward leaders. Ward representatives gather soon after and elect a chairman for the county party.
So coalitions seeking to oust party leaders at the top have to start at street level, fighting block by block to elect their own district leaders.
The Essex County Independent Democrats who fielded candidates county-wide, won 26 out of 80 seats in the South Ward, well shy of the 41 needed to hold a majority, but enough to gain a strong foothold for future races.
"This party wasn’t built in a day and you’re not going to be able to reform it in a day," said Rahaman Muhammad, a Newark union leader and strategist for the Independent Democrats. "We’ll be back in 2014."
The group, also backed by Councilman Ras Baraka scored an important symbolic victory: Ward chairman Lee Fisher lost his district leader seat.
But with the support of county democrats Fisher was re-elected as ward chairman last week — a move his opponents will fight.
The East Ward landscape underwent a similar shift.
NEWPAC, a well-organized group of insurgents took 16 of 46 seats, but needed 24 to take control. Again, ward chairman Angelo DiFrederico lost his district leader seat, but was re-elected ward chairman when NEWPAC boycotted the leadership vote.
"Due to the way that we were treated during the elections — some questionable methods were used against some of our candidates — our candidates didn’t feel they wanted to be part of the East Ward Democratic Committee," said Luis Barreira, a NEWPAC leader.
In a strange twist, there were two candidates of the same name running in the East Ward.
NEWPAC fielded Deputy Police Chief Anthony Campos for a district leader seat, which he won. Campos is a well-known figure in the city, especially in the East.
But when Councilman Augusto Amador decided not to run for his district leader seat, the party machine ran another Anthony Campos, who also won.
NEWPAC said it was a ploy.
"He could be a wonderful person but nobody seems to know who this kid is," Barreira said. "But he is a registered voter in the district."
Leaders from both insurgencies vowed to fight again in 2014.
"If somebody asked me what’s the rap line that’s hurt the community the most, I would say it’s ‘Line A all the way,’" said Muhammad, quoting the county party slogan.
Alagia, one of the top county Democrats, said he welcomed the fight.
"It’s always exciting to get more and more people involved in the democratic process," he said. "That’s what primaries are for."
ANALYSIS 

 CREDIT TO THE PROGRESSIVES AND THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY!!!

When it comes to  Assimilation/ Integration / Colonization there is a very delicate balance to maintain.

There are the "Black Nationalists" who seek to keep their brash "Too Black Too Strong" front and not SELL OUT to the "System That Enslaved Us".

Then you have the Confidence Men - Michael Eric Dyson types.  The academics who understand that in order for his IDEOLOGY to gain power he must EXPROPRIATE the "Trinkets Of Blackness", hang them upon the "Progressive Facade" and then SELL TO THE NEGRO the notion that "PROGRESSIVE FUNDAMENTALISM IS THE NEW BLACK".

Don't think that you are going to be made to focus on AFRICA in order to use this as a permanent reference to the 'reference archetype of Blackness".   The Psuedo-Africanists like Dr Ron Daniels and Prof Henry Louis Gates are all in on the scheme.


The ONLY way to defeat "Progressive Colonization", or more charitably "The Fusion Of The Negro Into American Political Biorhythm" is to carve out some inference other than POPULAR NEGRO THOUGHT AND OPINION as the key reference for FORWARD PROGRESS IN THE STRUGGLE.

If one controls the MEDIA that colonizes the Negro - one can produce a coordinated set of affirmations to make the colonized Negro believe that he is making progress and that he should THANK his Progressive Colonizers while still fight against the White Right Wing Colonizers who want to take it all away - making him "Poor And African" again.

WHERE IS OUR DEVELOPMENT BASED UPON THE "BLACK VALUABLES" THAT WE INVESTED INTO YOUR CAUSE? 

I am not going to take this time to RUN DOWN NEWARK NJ.  We all know the statistics regarding:

  • The incompetency in Educating Black Children
  • The incompetency at keeping residents Safe In Their Own Communities
  • The incompetency at Leveraging All Of The Resources To Create A Strong Local Economy
Even going beyond the question that I frequently ask:  "SHOW ME ANY OTHER REALM THAT THE NEGRO WHO HAS GIVEN HIS MONEY, GOTTEN SHORTED BUT INSTEAD OF 'ASKING FOR HIS MONEY BACK WITH THE THREAT OF VIOLENCE' - HE IS SEEN QUEUING UP, READY TO GIVE HIS MINERAL HARVEST ONCE AGAIN.


PSYCHOLOGY NOT POLITICS.
If you read the article you will see what the challenge is.
(As my dear blogger friends 'Denmark Vessey'   and 'CNu' tell me)  
THERE IS NO "BLACK COMMUNITY!!!"

Indeed I have concluded that RACE IS NEVER A POINT FOR 'ORGANIC DEVELOPMENT'.  
RACE is ONLY EVER USED as a DISCRIMINATOR.

Your membership inside of a race that receives positive net discrimination (ex: White Privilege) does not mean that you as an INDIVIDUAL will be provided with wealth.  There are plenty of poor White folks.

Your members inside of a race that receives net negative discrimination could indeed ensure that you remain poor - the defacto existence of man.


When you take a "Newark" (or Philly, or Baltimore, or Atlanta, or Detroit) and make one's perceived POLITICAL ASSET INTO A "RACIAL ASSET"  - then you see what I have been calling out for a long time in various "Mission Accomplished Zones" (See Dekalb County GA): 

  • Black (Progressive) Political Victories
  • The Propensity To Cover Up Corruption That Steals The People's Assets
  • Redirection From The Confidence Men To PROTECT "BLACK SEATS OF POWER" From White People "Who Didn't Want To See Black People In Power In The First Place"
  • A FALSE SET OF ACCOMPLISHMENT IN RETAINING POLITICAL CONTROL OVER LAND THAT YOU HAVE FAILED TO MAINTAIN AND DEVELOP - And Thus The People Suffer. 

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