|THERE IS NO 'CORPORATE LOVE' - JUST LIKE THERE IS NO 'CORPORATE PERSONHOOD'||CONTRACTED AGREEMENTS |
After seeing nearly all of these shows framing this as a "Police Shooting Of Black Men" problem in America - they systematically pretending that there is no "Accelerated Problem With Violence Among Black People" - AND THAT the stronger force than the LEGACY OF SLAVERY THAT BLASTS BLACK PEOPLE IN THE YEAR 2016 - is the STOLEN BLACK COMMUNITY VALUABLES and the INSTITUTIONAL MOLESTATION of 'Human Resources Development Institution" that produce uplift - I AM NOT PREPARED TO ACCEPT THEIR FRAMING OF "LOVE".
CORPORATE ATTORNEYS VERSUS POLITICAL ACTIVISTS WHO NEED "THE BLACKS" IN ORDER TO GAIN POWER AND CHANGE "THE LAW"
After many years of both responding to RFP on behalf of my company and working with contracted agreements with suppliers I notice that CORPORATE ATTORNEY'S #1 job is to CLARIFY ALL AMBIGUITIES IN A CONTRACTED INTERFACE WITH ANOTHER ENTITY - in order to PROTECT THE INTERESTS OF THE CORPORATION THEY ARE REPRESENTING.
I loath dealing with corporate lawyers because they read the promises that my RFP response team has made regarding our ability to deliver upon certain aspects of a larger opportunity and then tell us to CLARIFY OR REMOVE certain statements because they are "Open Ended", "Ambiguous" or "Exposes Our Company To Too Much Liability".
The FIRST THING our clients look to when our relationship gets in a rut is the CONTRACT and/or "Statement Of Work" - in which EVERYTHING IS LAID OUT FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS TO AGREE THAT THEY AGREED UPON DURING CONTRACT SIGNING.
BY CONTRAST "SOCIAL JUSTICE" IS PURPOSELY AMBIGUOUS BECAUSE IT HAS NO INTENT AT 'DELIVERING UPON ITS PROMISES'.
It has the intent to HARVEST THE VALUABLES OF THOSE WHO FOLLOW ALONG.
It depends on PROPAGANDA because it must trick the Colonized Subjects into YIELDING THEIR OWN "Intellectual Sovereignty" - the SELF INTEREST which produces the DELIBERATIVE CONFRONTATIONS that the corporate attorneys make use of as they aggressively protect the interess of the corporation they represent.