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Black Slave Masters Intimidate Other Blacks Who Leave the Leftist Plantation

During the time of slavery in the United States, some slaves did the bidding of their masters by ruling over other slaves for special favors from their masters. There were freed slaves who owned slaves. Some of these owners “purchased family members as slaves in order to protect them…. [O]n the other hand, they purchased other black people ‘as an act of exploitation,’ primarily to exploit their free labor for profit, just as white slave owners did. None of this should surprise anyone since the African slave trade was often based on blacks selling other blacks into slavery. They did it for the same reason of their white counterparts for one of the oldest and prevalent of sins — the “love of money” (Luke 16:14; Col. 3:5; 1 Tim. 3:3; 6:9-10; 2 Tim. 3:2).

Now we come to Kanye West. He’s been speaking out lately. Some of his comments have been considered to be a betrayal of his race and the black cause. The vast majority of blacks support the Democrat Party. Blacks who vote Republican are considered persona non grata by so-called black leaders. Blacks who vote Republican are often denigrated and shunned by other blacks. “It is a simple fact that there is a shortage of black conservatives and where they exist, they are denigrated as ‘Oreos’ or ‘Uncle Toms.'” (Red State)

Take a look at this “whited” image of Kanye West by Snoop Dogg: “’The new. Kanye well all white now way to go dude,’ the rapper wrote on Instagram, accompanied by a photo of West with white skin.”

Kanye West made to look white by Snoop Dogg

This isn’t the first time when Leftist blacks who defer to the Democrat Party denigrate other blacks who believe the Democrat Party hurts blacks with its policies. At the Morgan State University gubernatorial debate in Maryland in 2002, “Oreo cookies were present and used as a means of ridiculing then-candidate for lieutenant governor Michael Steele…. The cookies were just part of a wide-ranging intimidation campaign employed against him and Republican gubernatorial candidate Robert Ehrlich that night which included booing, insults directed at the candidates’ families and vandalism of their supporters’ cars. ” (National Center)

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Such an insult is designed to keep renegade blacks in their place. It’s a threat. If a black person leaves the Democrat plantation, he or she will encounter a wilderness of rejection and possibly the loss of their livelihood.

When Kayne West made positive comments about Pres. Trump, the black slave masters went to work on him. He needed to be reined in before he left the reservation and brought some fellow captives with him:

Kanye West is now a marked man — Tha Dogg Pound rapper Daz Dillinger put the call out for the Crips to beat Kanye’s ass. Daz’s video putting gang members on alert for Kanye is the most severe and violent reaction yet to Ye saying he loves President Trump and calling him his “brother.” Daz says Kanye is essentially saying, “I’m with you mastah Trump. Burn all these n***ers.” He goes on to make a comparison to “Django Unchained” — before flat out saying any Crips out there need to “f*** Kanye up.” (TMZ)

There was no hue and cry from traditional black leaders over these comments. Why should there be? They would like to do something similar to West but are restrained by their positions and the money they receive for being kept-slaves. Slave masters rarely get their hands dirty. Their surrogates do the dirty work.

The following by Congresswoman Maxine Waters was a true insult. The comments by Daz Dillinger was something of a compliment. Kanye is dangerous enough to be “f***** up” with the threat of violence. But what Waters said was a true putdown reminiscent of the ways blacks were talked to and about during Jim Crow.

It’s akin to calling him “boy”:

“Kanye West is a very creative young man,” Waters said. … But we also think that sometimes West talks out of turn and perhaps he needs some assistance in helping him to formulate some of his thoughts. We don’t think that he actually means to do harm, but we’re not sure he really understands the impact of what he’s saying, at the time that he’s saying it and how that weighs on, particularly the African-American community – and for young people in general.”

She continued: “I understand that he is getting pushback from a lot of young people on the internet … but we’re hopeful that his creativity will continue to be demonstrated in his work. And I think maybe he should think twice about politics – and maybe not have so much to say.” (Daily Wire)

What does she mean by “we”? That’s right. The black masters who are in positions of power to speak for other blacks. If there was ever a person who needs help formulating thoughts, it’s Maxine Waters.

If these attempts at intimidation don’t work to keep someone like West on the Leftist/Democrat plantation, then there’s one more thing that can be done. Attack his livelihood.

A Detroit radio station’s hosts are boycotting rapper Kanye West’s music after the vocally pro-Trump artist made controversial remarks about slavery. During the TMZ interview, which sparked heavy backlash, West said, “When you hear about slavery for 400 years — for 400 years?! — that sounds like a choice. Like, you was there for 400 years and it’s all y’all? You know, it’s like we’re mentally in prison. I like the word prison ’cause slavery goes too — too direct to the idea of blacks.”

West was not saying that slavery was a choice. He was saying that slavery does not exist in the United States today. If you’re still acting like you’re a slave, then the problem is with you. “Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett recently claimed that being an NFL player is similar to being like famous slave Dred Scott.” A black athlete like Bennett who has made more than $45 million through his NFL career so far is not a slave. Being under contract to an employer is not slavery.

I’m not sure anybody told Bennett, but slaves just weren’t allowed to leave the plantations for a different job. That’s not how that worked at all. Escaped slaves were hunted down and returned or killed. Bennett has the freedom to leave the NFL and his millions whenever he feels like it. That’s called freedom. (Patrriotic Press)

It’s ironic that a Detroit radio station is the first station to attack West for his comments. Detroit has been run by blacks for decades. Blacks who keep Democrats in power are voting for political slavery that keeps themselves in generational poverty.

[T]he Democratic Party—increasingly radicalized by the growing influence of the New Left—had seized control of the city and made it into a laboratory experiment for destructive urban policies. Then in 1974, Democrat Coleman Young, a secret member of Communist Party USA, began a 20-year stint as Detroit’s first black mayor. His tenure in office was disastrous for the city on many levels, including its finances. It was under Young’s leadership that Detroit’s debt rating first reached junk status. Manhattan Institute scholar Steven Malanga writes that Young, from an economic standpoint, “lacked a plan except to go to war with the city’s major institutions and demand that the federal government save it with subsidies,” a strategy that critics referred to as “tin-cup urbanism.” The eminent political scientist James Q. Wilson, for his part, wrote that by the end of Young’s mayoralty, Detroit was “a fiscal and social wreck.”

It remains to be seen what will happen to West. His own wife has distanced herself from his political views. There are millions of dollars at stake in the game of political chicken and black-on-black denigration is not exempt.

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