By Elizabeth Wright
It’s not about “social justice“, it’s about power. It’s not about doing what’s morally right for the underdog, it’s all about power.
Wherever two or more groups live in proximity to one another, the men are going to jockey and compete for power. The bunch on the bottom of the social-economic ladder will seek ways to usurp power from those at the top. The prevailing conditions will be unique in every instance … but it’s still the same old story.
The less powerful men will work at devising whatever tools or methods they can to defeat the dominant men, who usually are the ones with greater weaponry and manpower. For the Black man in the United States, it was unrealistic to think he could succeed against his opponents’ armaments … so, other means had to be found.
Beginning with a little help from his
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