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Back in the 60s, as the FBI needed to form strong alliances with the black community to either discredit or bring down prominent black people and organizations such as Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., and the Black Panthers, J. Edgar Hoover coined the famous phrase, “reliable Negroes.” In today’s modern United States of America, positive forces and/or constructive black people of their respective communities ought to ask themselves that vexing $64,000 question: how many reliable Negroes are out there, greed-inspired, and making tons of money at the expense of destroying black culture, ethnicity, and race (the political influence thereof)? Those destructive collective behaviors have contributed to some of our country’s greatest setbacks by sustaining an unequal playing field, primarily impeding the long-established ideals of equal opportunity.
Thank goodness today’s FBI, led by Chris Wray, will pursue all violators of federal law. A law enforcement official whose integrity may be more aligned with Eliot Ness’ than with the racist, cross-dressing J. Edgar Hoover.
“At every stage in his life and career, Hoover worked to undermine black progress. Because he hated communists as much as he hated black people, he conflated the two, seeking to prove that the civil rights movement was communist dominated. In addition to seeking to destroy Dr. King’s reputation, he seemed to want to see a successful assassination. His secret police infiltrated black organizations, in the early days recruiting what he called “reliable Negroes” and, in its later version, organizing “ghetto listening posts.” Source: The St. Thomas Source (U.S. Virgin Islands)
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