The illusions of equality in America for black people has been mastered. This is one of the eye-opening statements said by @kmt_heretic made on the 11/12 interview @onthewakeupradio show. This particular show was about checks and balances in the black community. There are so many times that the community itself has not been able to sit back and check themselves. Chasing the American dream and keeping your head above water is not just a line in the theme song for the show good times. This issue should have never been if communities can make it on their own. It’s always been about The Provocateurs black folks never saw coming.
The show focused on community policing itself. The need for leaders to be real teachers to the community. The issue at hand is the black community shouldn’t look to outsiders to help them solve any of their issues. Somehow when black communities tried to separate and function as law-abiding citizens. You have a moment in the history of black Wall Street. Many Black Americans moved to Oklahoma in the years before and after 1907, which is the year Oklahoma became a state. The white Tulsa residents use to call it little Africa. This community later acquired the name Greenwood and by 1921 it was home to about 10,000 black residents. Greenwood Avenue was home to the black American commercial district with many red brick buildings. These buildings belonged to black Americans and they were thriving businesses, including grocery stores, banks, libraries, and much more. Greenwood was one of the most affluent communities and it became known as “Black Wall Street.” The area was home to several prominent black businessmen. Greenwood boasted a variety of thriving businesses that were very successful up until the Race Riot. Not only did black Americans want to contribute to the success of their own shops, but there were also racial segregation laws that prevented them from shopping anywhere other than Greenwood.
Let’s fast forward to the moment when black folks were minding their own business. Literally and figuratively. The Tulsa Race Massacre occurred in late May 31 and June 1, 1921. On the day of the massacre, 35 square blocks of homes and businesses were torched by mobs of angry whites. The ransacking began because of the alleged assault of a white elevator operator, 17-year-old Sarah Page, by a black shoeshiner, 19-year-old Dick Rowland. The attack killed hundreds and left an estimated 10,000 people homeless. The City of Tulsa conspired with the mob, arresting more than 6,000 black residents and refusing to provide assistance. Law enforcement dropped firebombs on buildings, homes, and fleeing families, stating they were protecting against a “Negro uprising.” The massacre was omitted from state and local records, and “rarely mentioned in history books, classrooms, or even in private.”
So many lives, personal property destroyed just because another race of individuals, who didn’t want you around felt that this black community was advancing and they would not be happy until everything and everyone was burned to the ground. Well, they succeeded in destroying black Wall Street. They had the help of the government and law enforcement. Terrorism in our own backyard by the very people who wanted segregation. Came looking for any reason to destroy every black citizen life on purpose.
The evil that men do have a long history of divide and conquer. The psychological warfare continued into this integration of civil rights and equal opportunity propaganda. So the black man, woman, and child was sold on the belief that they didn’t need to build their own but to assimilate with those who didn’t want to share schools or drinking water fountains. Looking back on why the need to do this was all for the love of money. This untapped consumer who contributes 1.3 trillion dollars in 2017. The agenda was never about bringing the races together but strong-arming the negros hard earned dollar out of having his own structure. Creating a stronger economic structure for the elites. It didn’t mean that you were accepted as one of them. It meant big business for those who enslaved us through a new process called debt. It’s equivalent to taking off one set of shackles and stepping into shiner glittering shackles that are far from gold but spray painted. Turning necks, green with envy.
The show touched on COINTELPRO & it’s underhanded ways it has destructively destroyed or killed black teachers who cared about their community like Malcolm X. @kmt_heretic pointed out how the black panther party was a program started to feed school children by black women. COINTELPRO tactics are still used to this day, and have been alleged to include discrediting targets through psychological warfare; smearing individuals and groups using forged documents and by planting false reports in the media; harassment; wrongful imprisonment; and illegal violence, including assassinations. The reminder of black people success to take care of Home has always ended in the meddling of outsiders. It seems like if the black man was at peace with his community, somehow the Homewrecking provocateur shows up and vanishes right after the community has been burn down. Interesting enough black folks keep on building no matter how many monkey wrenches are thrown by the same people they pay taxes too. @kmt_heretic goes into depth @onthewakeupradio 11/12 episode Watch/Listen https://youtu.be/lbFEsSxPrCw
@onthewakeupradio is hosted by @kazcut along with @masonicmarine from @thetruthboothpodcast the dynamic duo discuss topics that some would categorize as conspiracy theories to news topics the mainstream television are afraid to cover accurately or at all.