20 Years Later: Blacks Are Still Being Herded Like Cattle

million-man-marchThe October 10 anniversary of the Million Man March, retitled ‘Justice…or Else‘, once again proved that blacks in America are still being led blindly like domestic animals.

Let’s begin with the fact that this was marked as a ’20 Year Anniversary’. If the self-proclaimed leaders waited until 25 years, the usual anniversary celebratory year, it may have been too late to fully profit on the resale of victimhood. Their “time is now” if they want to strike while the iron is hot. Racial tensions are soaring as high as they did in the 1950s and sends a horrible message that should not call for celebration. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. worked too hard to have us come right back to where he began his admirable journey.

As usual, the Nation of Islam ran the show, selling as many t-shirts and bean pies as possible. I honestly wonder how many blacks in the crowd follow the beliefs and customs of the Islamic religious movement? It is a movement that claims to improve the economic condition of African Americans and was founded in Detroit.  Yep, Detroit. Louis Farrakhan and friends convened the “Justice or Else” rally and had a great showing of sheep (aka ‘people’) in our nation’s capitol. Another disturbing element was that Farrakhan, a man who has publicly condemned both women and gays, was leading the crowd. Black Lives Matter leaders were there cheering Farrakhan on.  Every other day we get an earful from feminist and gays about feeling like outcasts in this cruel cold world–yet those groups were strangely silent on October 10. Heck, maybe the women in the crowd had no idea that in the past Louis Farrakhan didn’t even allow women in his almighty presence? Maybe the gay community in attendance had no idea Louis Farrakhan believes they are all going straight to hell?

C-span, varying from their usual programming, had amazing ratings that day due to the fact that they were the only ones covering the rally live. CNN and other mainstream media outlets silently stated they had “more important news” to cover. Outrage spewed from social-media black activists, upset that the media wasn’t covering their big event. These are the same social-media activist that ridicules main stream media daily for their world, claiming the media only covers white privilege news. Could it be possible that the media caters to those watching and raising their ratings? The U.S. media trends by demographic prove there are more whites watching prime time news than any other ethnicity, by percentages in population. I assume that is why BET knew airing the Hip Hop Awards concurrently with the Democratic Debate wouldn’t prevent them from stacking paper.

According to many, I am a ‘coon’ for pointing out the obvious and disagreeing with the narrative unsupported by facts. In actuality, I am just a minority within the minority. When will the protests, uprisings, and marching turn into positive results? The murder rate in black neighborhoods are still sky-high, there are still just a handful of blacks in leadership positions, black owned businesses are still at the bottom, black communities continue to suffer with poverty and the war on drugs, and I must mention blacks still hold the record for having the most high school dropouts. Talk is just talk, when will the talk translate into action within the black community? When will blacks value education, say no to drugs, or even stop the senseless crimes on their very own streets caused by their very own race? Why not unite to stress the importance of a healthy lifestyle? Blacks hold the lead in obese related deaths. Why not gather to expose the decades of democratic policies failing blacks for generations just to get their votes? Why not come together to devise a plan for success? These “empowering” rallies blaming the police and white people for failure to take accountability can continue until blacks are blue in the face, and by that, I mean dead.

 

Kimberly Klacik

District of Columbia Politichick Kimberly Klacik has a passion for politics. Once a democrat and President Obama supporter, Kimberly began to recognize the "land of the free" was slowly becoming the "land of the lost". As a nonprofit Founder/Executive Director headquartered in Baltimore, MD., Kimberly witnesses firsthand the misuse of government aid and the cultural crisis creating an economic disaster. Potential Me is an organization supporting women going into either the workforce, college, trade school, or the military. Kimberly spent most of her childhood in Accokeek, Maryland writing country music and reading a ton of fiction. From the hospitality industry to teaching gymnastics to preschoolers, Kimberly now considers herself a proficient people person. As a volunteer on Capitol Hill, Kimberly will converse with both members of Congress and their staff, on the record, in hopes of gaining some insight on what makes them tick.

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