With the Prison Industrial Complex tied into the Military Industrial Complex, woven into the Criminal "In-Just-Us" system, and the Upside down pyramid of the Underground economy, there is a seamless paradigm lubricating the gears and bolts and woven in the fabric, of the production and destruction of the Machinery of the U.S. of A inc. We have moved from the 18th century industrial model, to the neo slavery of low wage workers in a greater pool of the 99%. We are now living in the era of the Neo-Plantation. The social terminology and references are still identifiable in the world of Corporatocracy.
“House Negro” is now a definition for a parody of someone who has lost their way and who submits to and accepts being conquered and subordinate. This individual exudes their own pariah of self-revulsion. They eagerly play their role to maintain the status Quot in a failing system.
The origin of the term “negro” is simply a Latin word for the color “black.” The present use of the word “negro,” represents an archaic shadow of an old past term that we should have evolved from. Yet, this color reference is still used as a racial title for many African organizations. These racist classifications are so antiquated by more than a century! Surely we have advanced in our own self determination to move beyond the past morays and racist dialogue of the U.S., to then move in the spirit of our own self-determination.
What is left is a trail of dysfunctional refugees who are caught in a psychopathy of automated insensitive nonspiritual subsistence.
So, we presently have are the identifiable personality types of the House Negro, The Porch Negro, The Field Negro, the Runaway and the Free Man. These terms are often used to describe contemporary ways that many people are still selling out to the Black nation or any group who are members of the 99% of people who have been outcastes from corporations who have outsourced their industrial plants to foreign countries, who have accelerated their exploitation to establish Onsite slave camps of workers. Much like in China, where instead on importing slaves, they corral the existing people into their own communities (In-house Enslavement,) to work in 24 hour shifts, sleeping in the same beds of the previous workers, you can find this system in India, Japan, Africa, anywhere there is an emerging independent nation.
A House Negro is a snitch and an agent to the Corporatocracy of the educational pipeline to the Prison Industrial Complex and the Military Industrial Complex. House Negroes suffer from what is identified as Stockholm Syndrome. This syndrome had existed in the Maafa of the trans- Atlantic human trafficking, long before it’s identification in the "Holocaust." People who are caught in this paradigm have completely surrendered to their captors and their state of captivity. They often completely identify with and model their oppressors. They are the model prisoners, and trustees who report any disruption of the status Quo of the system or any act of civil disobedience. They despise themselves and are so institutionalized in their thinking where they need the approval and permission of their oppressor for everything. They will listen so intently to everything that goes on with their authorities. They believe in anything that has been written down or on the Television by them. An often quoted phrase that the late Malik El Shabazz Aka Malcolm X used to epitomize this way of thinking was, "Massa, Is WE's Sick?"
The Porch Negro has been caught between the Field and House Negro. They are often too week and sickly to work in the field or run away but not willing to completely submit to the plantation authority. Yet, they are still caught in the Institutional, plantation mentality system. You find them as the so called black militant who works for and supports the corporatocracy in the daytime, yet refuses to re-invest their monies into a viable community development. They talk a lot and they are seen in the political arenas, yet they refuse to tear down the barriers that obstruct the progress of the people to freedom.
The Field Negro is the hard working rebel. Yet, some Field Negroes may still be trying to impress their oppressors, hoping to get a job working in the house, but the majority has felt the lash and is always seeking a way of escape.
The Run-a-Way has made a successful escape from the system, yet often knows only the lifestyle of the plantation, so they continue to practice and model the plantation mentality in their private life. Their dress, Language, demeanor, government, environment and lifestyle habits, are the same as their oppressors. This reflects on the paradox of the people of Haiti, known to be the first to succeed in driving out the colonialist government and oppressors. Yet, the very next day they began to establish the same authority, speak the French language instead of their own oppressors, and practice the lifestyle, religion, diet and even the same oppressive class system.
The Free People live in cultural ways that are connected with nature and the natural environment. They live in harmony with the seasons and are sensitive to and practice a natural spirituality. They know the terrain, and the stars. They know the healing herbs, and the Animals. They have their own classification systems, timeline, and calendar, specialized diet and speak their own indigenous languages.
Amen Par Ankh and Amen Ankh Urban Farms in Kansas City, MO.
Our Youth are arising from the ashes of the neo slavery of the prison Industrial Complex
Yes our youth are showing their @$$es to expose the underground economy... Our youth have been the walking wounded, marching in their suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress for the past 30 years! Sagging IS NOT JUST A FASHION STATEMENT! Our Youth are lowering their flags at half-mast as an SOS to the homicides and slaughter of their families and friends who are caught up in the criminal "In-Just U.S." system, the prison industrial complex, and the military industrial complex. I'm not saying that I condone this behavior- But I also cannot condemn our young men (Or Women) either. We must embrace our youth and use teachable moments to engage and connect with them.
I am a teacher with a home-school, and I live with my students in their neighborhoods. I tutor, read to children, and teach STEMM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, Medicine) through urban agriculture on our urban farm. I see this every day.
As there is a cure in nature, for every illness, Our Black Youth have gone feral, from the mundane delusions of patriotism, integrationist, assimilationists who follow the middle class value system of a society of non-colored people who want to dominate and control and exploit our people. They think our elders have failed them and left them for “def”-in da Hood, -in the aftermath of the civil rights movement with cointelpro, and the invasion of Cocaine to Crack. They are generating their own freedom structures within the underground economy. Their Hip Hop Culture has become that cypher, that pathway map and talking drum for all youth around the planet. They are moving to a green movement to take on the accountability to the ecosystem of the planet and their role in the sustainability of their environment and the Ecosystems of the Planet.
With respect to Honorable Marcus Garvey (Triumphant,) when he refers to “Africa for Africans!” the Diasporas of Afrikans on this planet, as well as the continent of Afrika, encompasses many countries whose peoples align themselves as one nation under the motherland of Africa. As I research the history of Honorable Marcus Garvey, I find that it was his life’s work to promote the unification of the Afrikan Diaspora.
I know that we can always debate the origin of the word “Africa or Afrika”… Yet Afrika has been -and is still, considered to be the only universal term for the racial origin of the original “human” (Hue-Man). All of our sensitivities over maintaining these antiquated title and ethnic affiliations are ultimately a reflection of each of our own internal conflicts and turmoil due to our treatment and the ill effects from the Maafa. How our diverse nations, ethnicity and origins were all lumped together by complexion only, without regard to our unique diversities. As Melaninated people, we were bred together, like stock animals for specific results. So we often find cases that reveal our suffering from inherited and direct injuries, of unwarranted rebuke, assault, and disenfranchisement from the MAAFA of human trafficking that still remain.
My question is- Then, how shall we define ourselves!? If Africa is not considered the racial and national origin of all our ancestors of melaninated people, then what time and place can we be united at and in connection to? The fact that you can find Black people everywhere is the phenomenon that is undeniable.