Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Ghetto as Plantation

Combatting Racism, Xenophobia, Intolerance and Discrimination
Human Dimension Implementation Meeting
Warsaw, Poland Sept 20, 2018 Working Session  17
Sea Jay Foundation
David Petteys

I would like to respond to the Introducer to this session.  She implied that Michael Brown was just “walking along the street when he was shot for no reason by police”.   This is counterfactual. He was actually shot while inflicting bodily harm on the policeman Darrin Wilson in his police vehicle. There are photographs of his bodily harm[1] .

She also implied that ALL black people suffer at the hands of ALL police in America under “systemic racism”. But this is no more than Marxist propaganda. There are two reasons this is counterfactual. For one thing FBI Crime Statistics show the overwhelming homicides are by blacks killing other blacks.[2]

Secondly, she whines about the incarceration rates of blacks being disproportionate, yet omits the appalling disproportionate crime rates committed by blacks. Even though blacks are 13% of the population they commit 54% of the murders![3]

In the City of Detroit blacks took over the police department to ‘better relate to the people’. But sadly a black policeman could not arrest a black thug, lest he be accused of being an “uncle Tom”.  Crime rates soared, and small businesses fled the city as the rule of law collapsed. The tax base for the city was destroyed, contributing to the bankruptcy of the city.

Blacks blame their “legacy of slavery” to justify their own dysfunctionality. Yet it isn’t anything white society is doing to them. They do it to themselves.  Here is the model:

·        In the antebellum plantation society, large muscular blacks were selected as slave drivers and overseers to manage the slaves.  These overseers are now replaced by the black gangs in the “ghetto as plantation”.

·        This is also the basis of the “snitches get stitches” culture. Injustice against slaves by overseers were not addressed. Any appeal to the owners meant immediate reprisal by the overseers. In black communities (ghettos) no one talks to the police, which makes law enforcement in black communities impossible.

·        Large portions of the population of Detroit  refused to pay their utility bills[4], considering utilities “a right”. This contributed to the bankruptcy of the City. It is consistent with the subconscious expectation by the “slaves to be housed”.

·        The large black overseers were used as studs to impregnate the female black slaves to produce large strong field hands for work in the fields. Today the overseer is replaced by the virile stud  “Action Jackson” role model!  The white model of the family man caring for his wife and children does not even cross their minds. The single mom family is the rule.

·        Every young black man wants to join this overseer class. So he quits high school and joins the gang, (which means most will be dead or incarcerated by the time they are 30). Any bright young black who does well in school is ostracized and is beaten for “going white”! The overseers don’t want their charges to escape the plantation!

·        In slave society, the slaves are fed , clothed and housed in the slave barracks. Blacks expect nothing less from present day white society. Food stamps, EBT cards and Section 8 housing are the latter-day slave barracks.

Without awareness of this culture, and its dismantling, all the affirmative action programs to try to induce blacks to enter the white middle class model of society of education jobs, home ownership, etc., will be of little value.

[1] https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2014/11/the-photos-of-darren-wilsons-injury/383155/
[2] https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2013/crime-in-the-u.s.-2013/offenses-known-to-law-enforcement/expanded-homicide/expanded_homicide_data_table_6_murder_race_and_sex_of_vicitm_by_race_and_sex_of_offender_2013.xls
[3] https://ucr.fbi.gov/crime-in-the-u.s/2011/crime-in-the-u.s.-2011/tables/table-43
[4] https://detroit.cbslocal.com/2014/06/23/nearly-half-of-detroit-water-customers-cant-pay-their-bill/

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