Saturday, March 05, 2016

CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY: While We Applaud One Journalist At The USA Today For Saying "Detroit Is A Use Case Warning About Politicians OVER PROMISING On Retiree Benefits But Failing" We Must Criticize The Paper For Failing To Confront The "Detroit NAACP" Who Believes That The Black Progressive Mayors Were Victims Of A "Subprime Mortgage-Like Scheme" By White Wall Street Bankers


Source: USA Today: By Nathan Bomey - "Detroit's Lesson For Candidates: Beware The Dangers Of Making Promises To Retirees You Can't Keep"


Dear Nathan Bomey:

I will read your book, I promise you, especially if you make it an audio book.
I have to challenge your argument because you did not mention one important actor in Detroit:  THE ACTIVISTS who cultivated the messages of the elected officials and when the bill of goods blew up THEY SERVED AS THE ATTACK AGENTS and PROPAGANDISTS who worked to field a new narrative proclaiming that Detroit was under outside attack.

UNTIL THESE "NON-ELECTED ACTIVISTS EXPOSED TO THE PEOPLE - AND THE PEOPLE BEGIN TO REGULATE THEM" - YOU CAN WRITE A 2000 PAGE BOOK AND IT WON'T MATTER.





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