Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Voting for Our Own Oppression (November 6, 2012)

I have been in physical pain at least some of which I owe to the stress of this incredible voter turnout -- an overwhelming mandate for fascism (corportavism/militarism).  

The only contradiction that proved a positive is the clear demonstration -- at last -- of our multicultural diversity and the minority that is the while ruling class and all their white lackeys (liberal and conservative).

Unfortunately, the multicultural diversity has multifaceted, convoluted politics.  

Did none of these diverse groups not notice that the Obama Administration has not done a damn thing for Black/Brown/yellow/red/white POOR folks -- including and especially some 7 million of whom are under their so-called penal control (enslaved) and 2 million are enslaved behind prison walls? Even chattel slaves had the relative freedom of outdoors (sun, moon, stars, foliage, animals, birds) and the assurance of health care (since they were property) to maintain their monetary value.  Today, we poor folks are just cannon fodder or trash, used up and thrown away.

How did they miss the fact that Obama deported (destroyed families) well over 1,000,000 immigrants including Haitians post-earthquake.

Did they just forget he passed laws that legalize cointelpro and all its ramifications?  Now, we can be just disappeared, executed with no due process, or enslaved for the rest of our lives with no chance of release, ever.  

Have they not even noticed the dramatic increase in stop-and-frisk -- played out as stop-and-kill -- young men of color?

"If I could have convinced more slaves that they were slaves, I could have freed thousands more."

"It is the task of the people of the whole world to put an end to the aggression and oppression perpetrated by imperialism, and chiefly by U.S. imperialism."      
People of the world, unite!

1 comment:

  1. Right on sister. Yeah I didn't drink the Obama Kool-Aid, but so many of our people have. Oh yeah, I follow your blog now so keep on writing. I'll be in touch.