Lil sis is on point… our ancestors recognized this, but we got bamboozled with integration. The Panthers recognized this. The NOI recognized this. This is why they were attacked. And when MLK realized his mistake he said he feared he was integrating his people into a burning house. And every since then we’ve been led in the opposite direction by white liberals, the Democratic Party and NPIC. We’re out here losing baaaad worse off than we’ve been in half a century and negros still don’t see the need, “I think what frustrates me about the shut down is that black radical organizations I’ve been in have been having these conversations for awhile now, since at least 2016. I’ve been screaming about the need for black radical infrastructure that supplements the needs of the people since 2016. I’ve created methodology that when critiqued by other strategists could have created that infrastructure in ways that are affordable and beneficial to our people, since 2016. But folks didn’t want to do that because they lacked the political foresight to see the need, and they did not view themselves as a radical organization working for liberation within our lifetime. They ultimately were book clubs and political advocacy groups using the language of liberation for either funding or intellectual masturbation. Now we have people scrambling to survive and to fill in the gaps left by the state, but what happens when this shut down is over? I firmly believe that all social programs will be cut drastically by a capitalist Democrat leadership who will submit to the desires of a radical white supremacists and fascists Republican party. (Although the gag is that a lot of Democrats are just as fascists and white supremacists and enjoy gutting social aid too). There is no coming out of this shut down with the social safety net programs such as WIC or Food Stamps or Section 8 intact. There will be major cuts. At the end of the day, it really is a matter of “Better late than never, but never late is better”. We do not have the luxury that our ancestors and elders did to believe that we set the foundation for the generations after us to bring about liberation. We either get it now or we don’t get it at all.”

Lil sis is on point… our ancestors recognized this, but we got bamboozled with integration. The Panthers recognized this. The NOI recognized this. This is why they were attacked. And when MLK realized his mistake he said he feared he was integrating his people into a burning house. And every since then we’ve been led in the opposite direction by white liberals, the Democratic Party and NPIC. We’re out here losing baaaad worse off than we’ve been in half a century and negros still don’t see the need,

“I think what frustrates me about the shut down is that black radical organizations I’ve been in have been having these conversations for awhile now, since at least 2016. I’ve been screaming about the need for black radical infrastructure that supplements the needs of the people since 2016. I’ve created methodology that when critiqued by other strategists could have created that infrastructure in ways that are affordable and beneficial to our people, since 2016. But folks didn’t want to do that because they lacked the political foresight to see the need, and they did not view themselves as a radical organization working for liberation within our lifetime. They ultimately were book clubs and political advocacy groups using the language of liberation for either funding or intellectual masturbation.

Now we have people scrambling to survive and to fill in the gaps left by the state, but what happens when this shut down is over? I firmly believe that all social programs will be cut drastically by a capitalist Democrat leadership who will submit to the desires of a radical white supremacists and fascists Republican party. (Although the gag is that a lot of Democrats are just as fascists and white supremacists and enjoy gutting social aid too).

There is no coming out of this shut down with the social safety net programs such as WIC or Food Stamps or Section 8 intact. There will be major cuts.

At the end of the day, it really is a matter of “Better late than never, but never late is better”. We do not have the luxury that our ancestors and elders did to believe that we set the foundation for the generations after us to bring about liberation. We either get it now or we don’t get it at all.”

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