Rasheed, Muhammad. "The Sole "Benefit" of the Post-Civil Rights Era's Racial Integration Program." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 12 Jan 2019. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.
Anonymous - Can black people win liberation under capitalism?
Muhammad Rasheed - Yes, they can. In fact, the financial freedom that is the fruit of entrepreneurship under a protected open free market is Step One towards achieving liberation for the Black American ethnic group.
Today Black people are stalled—and have even fallen back!—in socio-economic progress since the 1964 Civil Rights Act was signed due to them accepting the socialist experiment plan that the government would supply all of their needs through social programs (limited funds, food vouchers, housing, medical care) in exchange for giving up their dreams of independent financial success from capitalist Black enterprise ventures and land ownership. The over-all goal was for the leaders of socialism, using the Black American as the guinea pig, to show the globe how successful the socialist/communist model worked in their war against their capitalist rivals.
Far from the socialist utopia the Black community’s liberal handlers promised, instead they merely became disenfranchised pawns in a high-stakes political chess match between the two rivals jockeying for maximum advantage over the other. As the socialists “convinced” resistant Black families to give up their land and wealth by allowing hostile domestic terror groups to chase them up North, the ‘crony capitalist’ leaders awaited to employ them in their factories, with both sides discouraging entrepreneurial financial freedom outside of what they each provided.
The current Black American people, dis-unified from the greater Black community special interest group of the past that was their great strength in surviving the worst the nation’s enduring evils had to offer, now find themselves using their talents to support white companies and organizations to help whites achieve their goals while woefully neglecting their own community’s needs.
INSPIRATION: 1) "If your feminism doesn't include black women and other women of color it isn't feminism. It's just regular old racism optimized for white women." ~Kwasi Flexx Khalid
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