Six Ways Blacks can advance economically and socially

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Too many of us are psychologically trained to overly depend on bigots to give us what we need. Here are 6 ways to end that economic dependence that will help us advance socially and economically.

1. Stop Breeding Your Child To Be Sent To The Economic Slaughterhouse – It’s downright criminal for a black adult abusing her child by sending them in harms way to bigots who psychologically don’t even like them to beg for a damn job.

The Solution – Instead teach your child the importance of starting their own business and the value of entrepreneurship so they won’t be economically slaughtered.

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2. Instill The Importance Of Education In Your Child – Any black child in America that goes through life without an education will always be a target of being pimped, robbed, and exploited not only by those outside of their community, but also by those inside their community and many athletes have become broke because of this from Terrell Owens to Allen Iverson.

The Solution – Teach your child the importance and value of education so that they won’t go through life being a target of being pimped, robbed, and exploited not only by those outside of their community, but also by those inside their community.

3. End The Overdependence On Racist Caucasoids To Give Us What We Need – Too many black people in America are psychologically brainwashed into believing that the “best chance” to get ahead socially and economically in this country, they have to go and constantly beg bigots to give them what they need.

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The Solution – Become producers so that way that you won’t fall into the psychological trap of begging bigots to give you what you need.

4. Many Young Black Men Need To Stop Thinking That Football or Basketball Is “The Only Way” To “Make It Out Of The Hood” – Most young black boys (9 of 10) mentally emasculate themselves by allowing other to define them as nothing more but athletes. 98% of young black guys that invest in it will never make it to the pros.

There’s a very destructive culture that comes with it: alcohol, drugs, womanizing, baby mamas, STDs, financial and sexual irresponsibility. Some guys kill themselves from either not playing anymore or suffering brain damage from taking multiple hits to the head, this is explored in the film Concussion which I highly recommend.

The Solution – Teach your son that it’s easier becoming a neurosurgeon than an NFL or NBA player with a 2-3 career at best.

5. Create Something That You Can Own, So That You Can Pass It Down To Your Kids And Grandkids – To depend on the academic and corporate plantation to pay your bills and take care of your family is a very dangerous form of mental illness because you can NEVER pass that academic or corporate job down to your kids because like an O.G. once said back in the day, “They’ll find a new guy from the hood next year

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The Solution – Being your own boss is far more enjoyable and rewarding than kissing a racist Caucasoid boss’s ass everyday. Trust me.

6. Create Our Own Political Party, That Truly Caters To Our Community’s Agendas And Not Caucasoid Liberal Or Conservative Agendas – It doesn’t make sense for us to ask racist politicians like Hillary Clinton, whose husband incarcerated more black men than any other president in US History during the 90s with The Violent Crime Bill which actually accelerated The Mass Incarceration Epidemic that has destroyed so many black families. American Prisons are modern day breeding grounds for black male extermination.

The Solution – Create Our Own Party, That Only Caters To Our Community’s Agenda.

The Conclusion – This article should be very helpful and beneficial to inspire you to advance socially and economically without depending on bigots to give you what you need.

Article written by Joe Davis

Brainwashed

“Black people are not dark-skinned white people,” says advertising visionary Tom Burrell. In fact, they are much more. They are survivors of the Middle Passage and centuries of humiliation and deprivation, who have excelled against the odds, constantly making a way out of “No way!” At this pivotal point in history, the idea of black inferiority should have had a “Going-Out-of-Business Sale.” After all, Barack Obama has reached America’s Promised Land.

Yet, as Brainwashed: Challenging the Myth of Black Inferiority testifies, too many in black America are still wandering in the wilderness. In this powerful examination of “the greatest propaganda campaign of all time”—the masterful marketing of black inferiority, aka the BI Complex—Burrell poses ten disturbing questions that will make black people look in the mirror and ask why, nearly 150 years after the Emancipation Proclamation, so many blacks still think and act like slaves. Burrell’s acute awareness of the power of words and images to shift, shape, and change the collective consciousness has led him to connect the contemporary and historical dots that have brought us to this crossroads.

Brainwashed is not a reprimand—it is a call to action. It demands that we question our self-defeating attitudes and behaviors. Racism is not the issue; how we respond to media distortions and programmed self-hatred is the issue. It’s time to reverse the BI campaign with a globally based initiative that harnesses the power of new media and the wisdom of intergenerational coalitions. Provocative and powerful, Brainwashed dares to expose the wounds so that we, at last, can heal.