In more modern times Africans are shown as the caretakers of the White 's homes, properties, animal farms, workers in the diamond minds, or living in poverty, etc. Sure Africa is a continent with many very successful and modern Blacks but that 's not highlighted as much by those in control of the media. This is intentional to keep in the mind of people around the world that Blacks are a primitive people and only educate-able to the degree to serve as workers for other races.
The news, movies, TV talk shows and books, often present Blacks saying and doing foolish things, as criminals, pimps, drug deals, thieves, prostitutes, cracks heads, homeless, showing Black politician and ministers as corrupt, Blacks are shown using the “N” word and using vulgar language even in their music lyrics. Within these themes Blacks are presented as vulgar more interested in fun and games, partying using drugs, cheating, fighting and killing each other rather than that they are about being law abiding citizens and responsible for creating a progressive culture that contributes to technologies and Black manufacturing.
The truth is Blacks are not in control of their own Advertising, Brand and Image. Just the opposite Blacks around the world can not be debased by other races totally without the help of Blacks themselves. In Africa one Black tribe fighting against other Blacks tribes and this lack of unity and respect among our own kind has been used against us since the beginning of civilization and we haven 't learned to this day around the world that other races use this flaw to continue to dominate us. If that wasn 't bad enough too many Blacks embrace, support and promote these negative images in those different venues as if it 's a badge of honor...
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...n working together to organize, financing and building anything on the order of a Manhattan and you don 't realize you 've been indoctrinated to think small, to be uncooperative and to do everything you can to defeat any Black person that even suggest coming together for such a thing.
It 's imperative that we Blacks take control of our own Image and what it depicts about us in all mediums and we must fight the urge to follow the white 's version of us with the old street lowdown tell it like it is foolishness. With all of the Black individuals with degrees and Black college professors around the world why is this report question still prevalent? We need to stop allowing the least of us and the most vulgar among us speak for the majority of us no matter what their college credentials are just remember there wouldn 't be a term “Educated Fool” if there weren 't any.
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