To integrate, to assimilate meant to embrace all that is Amerikkka… including the oppression of black people. Amerikkka was built on the oppression of black people. Capitalism was built on the oppression of black people. Oppression of black people is what Amerikkka and capitalism are to the core… Integration and assimilation made it easier to disguise with token black faces. Black faces that work to benefit Amerikkka and capitalists at the expense of of black people and the black community. This is still happening today… the moves black politicians, elites and celebrities make don’t benefit us, their moves uphold the status quo. They get rewarded, we get to live vicariously through their individual achievements. The worse things get for us, the more they are propped up, elevated, celebrated… the struggle has become one big pep rally/reality show/awards show/party with movie screenings. Anything to keep us engaged and entertained. Revolutionary action has been reduced to getting coffee at a black owned coffee shop and seeing Disney’s Black Panther.

To integrate, to assimilate meant to embrace all that is Amerikkka... including the oppression of black people. Amerikkka was built on the oppression of black people. Capitalism was built on the oppression of black people. Oppression of black people is what Amerikkka and capitalism are to the core... Integration and assimilation made it easier to disguise with token black faces. Black faces that work to benefit Amerikkka and capitalists at the expense of of black people and the black community.

This is still happening today... the moves black politicians, elites and celebrities make don't benefit us, their moves uphold the status quo. They get rewarded, we get to live vicariously through their individual achievements.

The worse things get for us, the more they are propped up, elevated, celebrated... the struggle has become one big pep rally/reality show/awards show/party with movie screenings. Anything to keep us engaged and entertained. Revolutionary action has been reduced to getting coffee at a black owned coffee shop and seeing Disney's Black Panther.
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