This is all we’ll get… black faces thrust out in front of these fake reform efforts by Dems, the same corporations, billionaire philanthropists and orgs that have been exploiting black deaths, pain and suffering for years. “Meek Mill recently formed a Prison-Reform Alliance along with Jay-Z, CNN commentator Van Jones, multi-billionaires Clara Wu Tsai, Daniel S. Loeb, Michael Novogratz, Robert Kraft, and Michael Rubin. A list that has a net-worth of over 23 billion dollars. They decided to pledge a mere $50 million dollars towards the cause of “reducing the number of people serving unjust parole and probation sentences.” I will not write too much about this right now because this will be an article included in the next issue of the BSANI newsletter. However, this is a form of neoliberalism at it’s very finest. Apparently, these big players and puppets of modern industrial, financial, and corporate capitalism suddenly became enlightened and concerned with the plight of criminal injustice and the “political scapegoating” of Meek Mill. We cannot continue to be this politically naive. Neoliberalism is a political tool used in many ways as a means to confuse; to present itself on the surface, to garnish or cultivate a certain public perception that differs fundamentally with how it operates and functions underneath itself. It appears as change or reform while it moves to sustain and/or even to deepen the structures and mechanisms of colonial repression and the forces of capitalist and imperialist domination and oppression. Today it uses (among other things) identity politics and entertainment and corporatism, ect…to further entrench its monopoly of power, profit, and domestic (and international) control.”

This is all we'll get... black faces thrust out in front of these fake reform efforts by Dems, the same corporations, billionaire philanthropists and orgs that have been exploiting black deaths, pain and suffering for years.

"Meek Mill recently formed a Prison-Reform Alliance along with Jay-Z, CNN commentator Van Jones, multi-billionaires Clara Wu Tsai, Daniel S. Loeb, Michael Novogratz, Robert Kraft, and Michael Rubin. A list that has a net-worth of over 23 billion dollars. They decided to pledge a mere $50 million dollars towards the cause of "reducing the number of people serving unjust parole and probation sentences."

I will not write too much about this right now because this will be an article included in the next issue of the BSANI newsletter. However, this is a form of neoliberalism at it's very finest. Apparently, these big players and puppets of modern industrial, financial, and corporate capitalism suddenly became enlightened and concerned with the plight of criminal injustice and the "political scapegoating" of Meek Mill. We cannot continue to be this politically naive. Neoliberalism is a political tool used in many ways as a means to confuse; to present itself on the surface, to garnish or cultivate a certain public perception that differs fundamentally with how it operates and functions underneath itself. It appears as change or reform while it moves to sustain and/or even to deepen the structures and mechanisms of colonial repression and the forces of capitalist and imperialist domination and oppression. Today it uses (among other things) identity politics and entertainment and corporatism, ect...to further entrench its monopoly of power, profit, and domestic (and international) control."
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