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16

Feb

We got this… meaning unapologetic black voices. We have the influence and we have the numbers. The only thing that can defeat us is us… we have to be careful not to fall into the traps. Same traps they used to co-opt/hijack what we started, 1. Identify leaders. This movement has no leaders. It is broad, it includes a variety of black voices and ideology. Some online. Some offline. Some more visible with larger followings and some that are low key but very influential. Identifying leaders/targeting specific folks is how they attach ideology to personality. Kill/discredit the leaders, kill/discredit the movement. 2. Play on egos… This more than anything killed Ferguson. You have not seen ego until you’ve seen a black social justice warrior get attn/facetime from any arm or extension of the system we’re fighting. 3. Create competition/distrust… For everything. Who was mentioned? Who gets credit? Who gets invited on cable news shows? Who is doing speaking engagements. Who is putting money back in? Who is profiting, benefiting or coming up? Not to mention the things they do to keep us caught in the moment, reacting to the 24 hours news cycle and false narratives when we should be building. Yaaaasss I’m still on this. I’ve seen how they do.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
We got this... meaning unapologetic black voices. We have the influence and we have the numbers. The only thing that can defeat us is us... we have to be careful not to fall into the traps. Same traps they used to co-opt/hijack what we started,

1. Identify leaders.
This movement has no leaders. It is broad, it includes a variety of black voices and ideology. Some online. Some offline. Some more visible with larger followings and some that are low key but very influential. Identifying leaders/targeting specific folks is how they attach ideology to personality. Kill/discredit the leaders, kill/discredit the movement.

2. Play on egos...
This more than anything killed Ferguson. You have not seen ego until you've seen a black social justice warrior get attn/facetime from any arm or extension of the system we're fighting.

3. Create competition/distrust...
For everything. Who was mentioned? Who gets credit? Who gets invited on cable news shows? Who is doing speaking engagements. Who is putting money back in? Who is profiting, benefiting or coming up?

Not to mention the things they do to keep us caught in the moment, reacting to the 24 hours news cycle and false narratives when we should be building.

Yaaaasss I'm still on this. I've seen how they do.

16

Feb

We warned Dems this time would come back in 2014, when they showed their hands hijacking what we started. We exposed BLM, the orgs and black mascots of NPIC/establishment Democrat machine, called Trump’s victory and Hillary’s defeat… and all the high profile Democrat loses that followed including Abrams, Gillum, O’rourke and McCaskill. No black agenda, no black vote. Fast forward to today, Dems are scrambling…dusting off some of their old plays, “the new play is” to use black faces in the media to attack the black grassroots and unapologetic black voices.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
We warned Dems this time would come back in 2014, when they showed their hands hijacking what we started. We exposed BLM, the orgs and black mascots of NPIC/establishment Democrat machine, called Trump's victory and Hillary's defeat... and all the high profile Democrat loses that followed including Abrams, Gillum, O'rourke and McCaskill. No black agenda, no black vote. Fast forward to today, Dems are scrambling...dusting off some of their old plays, "the new play is" to use black faces in the media to attack the black grassroots and unapologetic black voices.

16

Feb

Two races I’m looking at… the President of the Board of Alderman race in St. Louis and the Presidential election in 2020… both with huge implications, one locally and one globally. In both cases Democrats are coming with the same ole… On the local tip, its establishment Dems vs Dems who flirt with Republicans because this is a red state and progressives who run on being different, but still identify with the party. Nationally, they’re running on the search for a new Obama, pacification/faux outrage and identity politics, all of which have been proven ineffective in this political climate. Not even with the help of mainstream media, gatekeepers or negrowhispers.

  • By Hands Up Dont Shoot
Two races I'm looking at... the President of the Board of Alderman race in St. Louis and the Presidential election in 2020... both with huge implications, one locally and one globally.

In both cases Democrats are coming with the same ole... On the local tip, its establishment Dems vs Dems who flirt with Republicans because this is a red state and progressives who run on being different, but still identify with the party.

Nationally, they're running on the search for a new Obama, pacification/faux outrage and identity politics, all of which have been proven ineffective in this political climate.

Not even with the help of mainstream media, gatekeepers or negrowhispers.