Friday, November 6, 2015

Black Leadership Nonsense

We should hire three or four colored ministers, preferably with social-service backgrounds, and with engaging personalities. The most successful educational approach to the Negro is through a religious appeal. We don't want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population, and the minister is the man who can straighten out that idea if it ever occurs to any of their more rebellious members.
--Margaret Sanger

Even though I’ve been blogging all these years, I still get surprised at how often egregious bullshit bogus concepts gets floated into the public consciousness. Allow me to rant about one long-term hoax.

Nearly every time I look through a conservative site’s comment section where the topic is race, some white person brings up a reference to “black leaders”; that we, black Americans, need to choose them more wisely, like we allegedly did back in the day.

White people, do me this favor: get the idea of “black leadership” out of your heads.

Black people never choose black leaders and never have, at least, not the MLK-style leaders. What these so-called black leaders do is get their faces out into the public—with a great deal of help from no one black. Then, scepter in hand, they start the parade, and the average black person falls in behind them.

Do you know what a “black leader” is? It’s a Community Organizer. And we all remember who created the concept of community organizing, right?

Black Leaders and fake black leaders—the ones who have their faces in the national media, have always been co-opted, if not created—by “hidden” funders.

How do I know? I have eyes and a brain. And a few analysis skills (thank you, USAF).

Here’s a related phenomenon: look at George Soros and at how many organizations for social change he has created and/or funded. And the reason that he is so public about it is because he knows that he doesn’t have to bother hide. Those who went before him paved the way and he knows from their examples that few people really look into these things.

So, my friends, get these tired notions of “black leadership” out of your heads. It was always coverage for a Fifth Column


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