Pardon my French, but name me one rich or wealthy negro who can’t be scared out of their wits by a White man if they are presumed to be stepping out of line, and as a result, losing their assets, and I’ll show you a negro controlled by the White man’s privilege. Accordingly, any riches or wealth acquired by negroes, where on many occasions it’s orchestrated through a zero-sum game, is allowed keeping only by the negro’s will to remain obedient to the world’s White power structure that controls it all. This decades-old obedient syndrome has led to various problems for the modern-day negro. Below are five critical ones that tend to dis-unify the negro while exploiting the riches and wealth of Black culture overall.
The negro’s inability with impunity to consistently invest in the ideas and businesses of his or her own culture.
The negro’s obsession with consumerism, having a strong interest in acquiring the goods and services owned and managed by White corporations.
The negro being objurgated and held in check by past legal troubles used to restrict his or her natural decision-making as it pertains to the participation in funding and maintaining healthy Black communities.
The negro’s willingness to be exploited for his or her commercial worth at the expense of Black culture’s suffering through socioeconomic ills.
The negro’s cannibalization of themselves due to centuries-old socioeconomic oppression, where the mindset of “survival of the fittest” turns one negro against the other.
All considered, if America wants to remain competitive with the leaders of tomorrow, then a big part of that aspiration has to be removing the invisible chains from the negroes hands and feet.
— All is not what it seems.