We've seen "Roots," "12 Years a Slave," "Eyes on the Prize," and "Django Unchained." It is time for a movie about William Ellison and other black slave owners and breeders who were ruthless, cruel, and mercenary. Ellison was not a man who purchased his own family and friends then was forbidden to release them. He owned 100+ slaves and became one of the richest men in the Old South. His grandson fought on the side of the Confederacy during the Civil War, and the Ellisons invested heavily in Confederate money. Such historical truths would help people understand that there were/are always black people like Hezekiah Sistrunk, Esq., Dr. Eugene Dibble, Nurse Eunice Rivers, and civil rights photographer and CoIntelPro agent Earnest Withers who gladly capitalize by helping to victimize African Americans.
There are many more traitors than you might think among the black elite today. They rise to high positions in law, corporate America, medicine, religion, government, and even social justice movements. They enlist other blacks who also betray their own people for upward mobility. These truths are usually omitted from Black History books that villanize white racists but do not expose the "paper sack" test that some HBCUs and colored churches required in order to discriminate against darker blacks, etc. Many books about slavery begin in America rather than in Africa where kings raided villages and captured people to sell and where some kings sold their own citizens. Guess who wrote the books.
Will they expose the fact that the racist "crack vs. powder cocaine" sentencing law that had a 100:1 disparity favoring whites had the full support of the 1986 Congressional Black Caucus? Will they tell you about the NAACP requesting Congress to outlaw only menthol cigarettes in 2011, the kind of cigarette that 85 percent of black smokers use? Will they explain why black millionaires did not assemble charter buses and helicopters to rescue Katrina victims? Will they admit that many prison investors are black elitists?
Could it be that black slave owners, sell-outs, and traitors are downplayed in order to reduce wariness by African Americans who tend to see all blacks as "brothers"? If there must be a "we vs. them," let it be "we who care about human rights vs. them who don't." See http://CochranFirmFraud.blogspot.com
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