Understanding the Negro leadership

The job of Negro leadership is simple. Develop, disseminate, and instill an ideological rhetoric designed to convince the people believe that the persistence of their negative condition is actually “change”, that symbolic action is the same as strategic and tactical action, and that THEY should be the sole representatives of collective social power as the creators of “change” and leaders of “action”. Their capacity to complete the aforementioned task well is the basis of their economic sustenance and that of their organizations and they will fight against anyone or anything which challenges their capacity to do so. Thus, Negro leadership does not ever fail to BE strategic and tactical, it is simply strategic and tactical with respect to its own perpetuation, rather than toward the collective progress of the people.


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