☕ Morning fam,
Black leaders and civil rights leaders are not on and the same. Black leaders are supposedly our leaders. Civil rights leaders champion rights for everybody, that’s why the white establishment labeled them as such. They fight for everybody: lgbtq, immigrants, women’s rights… and specifically white folks in those groups.
The problem is that we have no real black leaders, we have civil rights negros posing as black leaders for the purpose of allowing other groups to hitch their wagon to/conflate their struggle with our struggle and benefit without having to struggle themselves, the Dem Party playbook for ‘black leaders’.
And these civil rights negros, posing as ‘black leaders’ are more than happy to comply and be the face/voice for policies that are detrimental to the black community and black politics as we’re seeing in urban cities where black mayors roll out the red carpet for noncitizens, immigrants, refugees and illegals, while the black community struggles to recover from covid.
They get new lives, homes, tuition and even grants to set up shop in black neighborhoods. Black Americans don’t get a do-over and true black business and the real black grassroots don’t get support.
Its time to make the distinction and put black people in position that advocate specifically for issues impacting us.