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Morning fam

☕ Morning fam, Your oppressors don’t free you, then teach you how to be free. If they “teach” you anything, its how to continue to serve their interests… slavery by a different name.

☕ Morning fam, Your oppressors don’t free you, then teach you how to be free. If they “teach” you anything, its how to continue to serve their interests… slavery by a different name.

☕ Morning fam,
Everyday is Mothers Day fam. Not gonna entertain bullshit like redefining or “What is…?”, mofos know “What is…?” and the first step in moving forward is to stop allowing others to define our reality, collectively or individually. And stop fucking with these holidays. It doesn’t take a holiday for us to show respect, gratitude and appreciation for one another. it takes a holiday because we live in a capitalist system and we have been conditioned to need a holiday and to spend money to express what our day to day actions and how we treat each other should express.

Our entire history in this country has been others defining not only our reality, but who we are. There was a time these things were forced upon us , but today we can define those things ourselves… but we don’t. Because we don’t know how. Your oppressors don’t free you, then teach you how to be free. If they “teach” you anything, its how to continue to serve their interests… slavery by a different name. Grunts. Rats in the rat race, a maze trying to find the cheese going around in circles. All the rats kow is what they see. They are not aware they are in a maze, aree part of an experiment or that their handlers have more than enough cheese to go around but choose to create conditions that make the rats fight over it. The rats didn’t put themselves in the maze, they were put there.

That’s black people. All we’re doing is chasing cheese and fighting each other over it. This plays out every day in our communities and I’m not just talking about violent crime or homicides. Look at how we treat each other in “business”. Black people feed into the same system the sold them as slaves and follow the same rules. The issue isn’t capitalism per se, as much as it is how we choose to practice it or any other system among each other. We don’t have to be cut throat in how we practice business with each other. We choose to.

Leemme explain it the say a wise elder explained it to me when I was talking about criminal justice reform. She stopped me and told me the problem wasn’t the system. I know I was like WHAT? Know what she told me? The problem is how we treat one another, which more often than not is how many of us are introduced into the criminal justice system. Simple, I know, but sometimes the solution is simple and we overcomplicate… and keep trying to reinvent the wheel.

Prime example, Malcolm told us how to win politically by being the political football all sides need to win. We did not do that, instead we listened to white liberals posing as friends who were only using us as pawns for votees to push their agenda all under the guise of fighting for us. They’re doing the same thing today with immigrants, refugees and illegals using “black leaders” to conflate their struggle with the black struggle… to conflate every struggle with our struggle. They’re not black leaders fam, they’re civil rights leaders and we have to make the distinction because we see how they change the definitions. Black faces of whiteness on the left are civil rights leaders, not black leaders. Their job is to bring other groups into the Dem Party under the guise of fighting for civil rights. Same thing they did with us during the 60s they’re doing now with immigration.

We have no “black leaders”, meaning leaders whose sole purpose is advocacy for black people… moving forward, that’s our fault. It was one thing when we didn’t know the game, today we do. We can either change our thinking and change our circumstance or continue with the conditioning, trying to reinvent the wheel and on this downward spiral while these civil rights negros not only advocate for our vote and work replacements… and dilute black districts, wards and municipalities changing the demographics of once black majority cities.

Reform is simply changing the face, race, sex, gender and/or identity. Today it’s black women. Tomorrow it will be lgbtq, brown or both. And by the time black people realize the play we will no longer be the largest minority, cities/black wards, districts and municipalities will no longer be majority black.

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