Have I missed something recently? Capitalism is the mechanism of commerce that is, or was, preferred in America. Where the heck did an outcry against Colonialism come from?? The Europeans that had colonial countries in Africa withdrew and have allowed the Africans to make their own choices and establish their own government structures for over a decade now. So if it’s intolerable in Africa now, it’s not the Europeans’ fault. Why are the New Black Panthers demanding a rising up against non-blacks and boycotting non-black businesses in America? I don’t see the parallel here. Why is this happening?
“The call of Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz has resonated with the disillusioned all over the earth.The call of Dr. Malik Zulu Shabazz has resonated with the disillusioned all over the earth.”
What? I’m pretty disillusioned, too! I’m so disillusioned with the establishment that I’ve started a TEA Party group. Why are whites excluded? The groups named as specifically involved with the Day of Faction Movement:
“The April 23rd Day of Action is supported by students and youth, membership of the of Black Church, The Ordinary Peoples Society, the New Black Panther Party, Nation of Islam, National Black United Front, National Action Network, Moorish Science Temple of America, Rainbow Push Coalition, 100 Black men inc, NAACP, Malcolm x grassroots movement , A. Philip Randolph Institute, Afro-American Hist. & Genealogical Soc. Inc, Black Women’s Network, Blacks In Government, Congressional Black Caucus Foundation Inc, Harvard Black Law Students Association, Nat’l. Alliance of Black School Educators, Nat’l. Assn. of Black Journalists, Natl. Juneteenth Observance Foundation, The Organization of Black Airline Pilots Inc, Nat’l. Coalition-Blacks for Reparations in Am, A. Philip Randolph Institute.”
Why are there so many black professionals rising up against the establishment? It looks like they have done quite well. What are they angry about? What am I missing?