Contrast that with black leaders… they represent the most oppressed. When black people put them in position they don’t infiltrate, they become the opposition and do the bidding of the oppressor. Black elected leaders, even those out of the protest movement are not infiltrating the Democratic Party, state legislatures or local politics, as soon as they get voted in they become minions of the establishment Democrat machine or white progressives. These black chiefs and police officers aren’t infiltrating law enforcement, they become the strong arm of the law. Black activists aren’t infiltrating the nonprofit industrial complex, they become black faces of the npic. We are not boycotting, we are allowing our struggle to be commodified, commercialized and sold back to us. We are not pushing back, we are on our knees.

Contrast that with black leaders… they represent the most oppressed. When black people put them in position they don’t infiltrate, they become the opposition and do the bidding of the oppressor. Black elected leaders, even those out of the protest movement are not infiltrating the Democratic Party, state legislatures or local politics, as soon as they get voted in they become minions of the establishment Democrat machine or white progressives.

These black chiefs and police officers aren’t infiltrating law enforcement, they become the strong arm of the law.

Black activists aren’t infiltrating the nonprofit industrial complex, they become black faces of the npic.

We are not boycotting, we are allowing our struggle to be commodified, commercialized and sold back to us.

We are not pushing back, we are on our knees.

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