Thursday, July 8, 2021

Weapon of War: Controlling the Narrative


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Rasheed, Muhammad. "Weapon of War: Controlling the Narrative." Cartoon. The Official Website of Cartoonist M. Rasheed 08 Jul 2021. Pen & ink w/Adobe Photoshop color.

This #MRasheedCartoons image was inspired by the white racist aristocracy’s ongoing efforts to protect itself from the justice toppling their precious White supremacist ideology and the lineage-based systemic economic oppression targeting the American Descendants of Slavery. For centuries, the term “black” (and its derivatives) referred solely to the former slave class ethnic group, so references to “racism” as being against this specific ethnic group were unambiguous. But after the 1965 Immigrations & Naturalization Act with its consequent flood of elitist Black immigrants upon the United States’ shores, the term ‘racism’ was no longer fitting since the Black immigrants lack our historic baggage with our country and had little problems elevating economically in the very pro-immigrant USA socio-political clime. In addition, many of the Black immigrants lacked the personal integrity to point out that Civil Rights Era legislature intended, however weakly, to make the accrued systemic oppression against the native Black people a bit better for them specifically, did not apply to them as the recent immigrant class, so they have grown very comfortable indeed using tools created for the systemically oppression that have nothing to do with them.

Once ‘racism’ started being used willy-nilly by groups who could not pretend to be economically excluded in the United States, the whites, too, started abusing the term in fake “reverse racism” claims whenever the Black American would work to claim equity for long delayed economic inclusion. Instead, greedy and unscrupulous white grifters would use the strict letter of anti-discrimination laws – deliberately written as ambiguous and “AllLivesMatter-ish” as possible by far-sighted white supremacist law makers – to sue and punish the government for daring to make the attempt to make the Black American economically whole. Today, as the boilerplate anti-discrimination corporate trainings attest, companies continue the indoctrination of the population by training the workforce that ‘racism’ is only individual-level prejudices that primarily manifest (if at all) as uncouth name-calling slurs, and this works to enable the system regulators to disingenuously ignore true racism designed to lock the Black American out of access to capital, credit and the wealth-building ownership class.

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