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Morning fam

☕ Morning fam, it’s over for black St. Louis. Black people that put their faith in the new faces of old black politics just don’t know it yet. Activists and protesters who took to the streets during Ferguson that put their faith in the nonprofit industrial complex don’t know it yet either. And by the time they realize they were hoodwinked into contributing to their own demise it will be too late.

☕ Morning fam, it’s over for black St. Louis. Black people that put their faith in the new faces of old black politics just don’t know it yet. Activists and protesters who took to the streets during Ferguson that put their faith in the nonprofit industrial complex don’t know it yet either. And by the time they realize they were hoodwinked into contributing to their own demise it will be too late.

☕ Morning fam,
it’s over for black St. Louis. Black people that put their faith in the new faces of old black politics just don’t know it yet. Activists and protesters who took to the streets during Ferguson that put their faith in the nonprofit industrial complex don’t know it yet either. And by the time they realize they were hoodwinked into contributing to their own demise it will be too late.

It’s already too late, the damage already done is irrevocable. The losses unsurmountable.

The trap? “Representation”, white political ideology in black face.

Blacks throughout the region suffered tremendously under neoliberalism. Progressivism made every issue worse. People are dying as a result. Newsflash, reform shouldn’t kill you.

There is no transparency or accountability. Or vows to fight corruption after the President of BOA, 2 alders and one county exec were all indicted by the feds. Not even from the mayor who said there were more indictments to come.

Those voted in are worse than those voted out. And those voted out were horrible.

In the end black St. Louis got played. Not by Republicans, Trump or MAGA but their own.

They just don’t know it yet.

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