Nyota Uhura

Morning fam, The sad reality is a lot of us ain’t gonna make it, a lot of us still don’t ‘get it’, lack foresight and can’t read the handwriting on the wall. St. Louis is a prime example

Morning fam, The sad reality is a lot of us ain’t gonna make it, a lot of us still don’t ‘get it’, lack foresight and can’t read the handwriting on the wall. St. Louis is a prime example

Morning fam,
The sad reality is a lot of us ain’t gonna make it, a lot of us still don’t ‘get it’, lack foresight and can’t read the handwriting on the wall. St. Louis is a prime example, 7 years post Ferguson and things are exponentially worse. 7 years of the Dem Party exploitation of black masses, black misleaders misleading and movement leaders chasing a bag… and so called rational people will look at this, cry then vote to stay the course.

I know my words are not popular, but this is what happens when our people are not disciplined, do not subscribe to black centered ideology and are not politically educated. And it’s by design. It is not a coincidence that schools that service black students in the region are among the worst in the nation. Miseducate and mislead them young has been the policy for decades… and allowing black districts to lose accreditation to usher in busing and diverting dollars from poorly functioning schools to white schools in the burbs, then sending black children back to those same failed black districts once the money runs out.

Regional schools have never been a beacon for black centered ideology or political education, not even Harris Stowe. Harris Stowe is one of those schools blacks go to, to learn how to be good little negro Democrats and minions of the system then become part of the regions’ buffer class negros class. They go into politics, as Democrats, turning a blind eye and going along. They join the NPIC, then turn a blind eye to the exploitation of black masses and issues. They join the police department and participate in the same antiblackness as their white counterparts, its only a problem when they reach the glass ceiling… Quiet as its been kept, there were many black run municipalities worse than Ferguson, changing the race of oppression has never brought about change, only imagery of black people cracking the whip, something the miseducated/misled are bamboozled into thinking is change.

Mark Twain said it best, “It’s easier to fool people than convince them they have been fooled.”

Black masses have been fooled too long… betrayed by their own, black faces of the left wing of ws through identity, plantation and camouflaged politics. Look at black politics today, name one black leader pushing for tangibles, a black agenda and reparations that has Dem Party support? I’ll wait. Name one black activist/protester turned elected leader that joined me and Darren’s calls for transparency and accountability? Name one that ran on Ferguson or Black Lives Matter that has joined the calls for transparency and accountability today or supports Michael Brown Sr’s demands? Name one white progressive that is speaking out about large multimillion dollar white nonprofits used BLM to fundraise off black deaths, pain and suffering. Name one organizer, activist or protester that is looking beyond the money and is pressuring Wesley Bell to reopen the investigation into the murder of Mike Brown or Darren Seals… I’ll wait.

There is no easy way to have this conversation fam, especially with people who are led by emotion. People invested a lot, emotionally… who they perceive themselves to be is tied into what they’ve been doing and who they’ve been following/supporting the past 7 years. There is a wall of resistance for anything that shatters the illusion.

Failure to have the difficult conversations is why these cycles repeat.

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