#REPOST When MLK said he feared he was integrating his people into a burning house he realized that for black people to integrate into Amerikkka we had to take on the characteristics of Amerikkka… to assimilate… that’s why black capitalists are no different from white capitalists. Black billionaires are no different from white billionaires. Black democrats are no different than white democrats. Integration didn’t change Amerikkka. Amerikkka changed us. Before integration we had our own ways of doing things. After integration we were were forced to take on the characteristics of our oppressor… including the exploitation of our own. The success of the individual was emphasized over the success of the collective. At the expense of our own. Black businesses and entrepreneurship we had pre-integration were replaced by tokenism and living vicariously through the elite, celeb negros and negro leaders. 50+ years later that’s still the blueprint.

#REPOST When MLK said he feared he was integrating his people into a burning house he realized that for black people to integrate into Amerikkka we had to take on the characteristics of Amerikkka... to assimilate... that's why black capitalists are no different from white capitalists. Black billionaires are no different from white billionaires. Black democrats are no different than white democrats. Integration didn't change Amerikkka. Amerikkka changed us.

Before integration we had our own ways of doing things. After integration we were were forced to take on the characteristics of our oppressor... including the exploitation of our own. The success of the individual was emphasized over the success of the collective. At the expense of our own.

Black businesses and entrepreneurship we had pre-integration were replaced by tokenism and living vicariously through the elite, celeb negros and negro leaders.

50+ years later that's still the blueprint.
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