Category: Victim - Conservative Voice
 
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A certain loneliness accompanies the Black Conservative.  To the Black community, the Black Conservative is anything and everything but a Black Conservative in the true form.  The Black Conservative is not a free-enterprise embracing Libertarian, is assumed to be a Black Republican, but is not a Black Conservative.  This is due to the Left leaning Black community’s embracement of the passive role of victim under the unconditional support of Liberal political order.  Despite the hundreds of well-documented years of the Democrat’s fight against equal rights, the Black community has been lulled into passivity by the Democrat insistence the Black is a victim and only a victim.


"...that black American leaders were practicing a politics that drew the group into a victim-focused racial identity that, in turn, stifled black advancement more than racism itself did." Shelby Steele - 1999

The illusion in the Black community is power lies in the guise of victimization while Whites lie powerless under the illusion of redemption.  The illusion removed reveals the Black is powerless in that Whites have no redemption.  To break ranks with the role of the Black victim is to dissent for the Black community itself; a measure and expression of individuality the Black community meets with very overt and animus aggression.  To be Black and not envision one’s self as a victim is to resist the political influences of the Democrat Party.  This resistance is a demonstration of self-reliance; a forbidden Democrat attribute for Blacks to espouse. 

The difficulties Blacks have in overcoming the inequities between Blacks and Whites is the prescribed victimology assigned to Blacks by the Democrat.  As victim, the Black will never be equal; the Black will be eternally relegated to the powerless beneficiary of state dependency where economic liberty has been and remains lost.  The vein of “Black Power” lies the depths of victimization.  A power that was to deliver a people from the larger society, imperiled its fate to a subordinate subculture powerless to the control of a single party political system it aligned itself with that sought only to oppress it into economic silence.  Of course, the Black, as a whole refuses to see this because asserting one’s self against it is to forsake the Black community as an entity.

To be Black, is to be Democrat.  There is no discussion to follow.

The Black community supported Mayor Marion Barry and Bill Clinton while freely and publicly loathing Shelby Steele, Stanley Crouch, Clarence Thomas, and Ward Connerly.  O. J. Simpson was innocent and Barak Obama was the only presidential option.  Race alliance is subject to the conditions of Democrat Party affiliation only.  It is wrong in the Black community to believe the individual Black is more than a victim.  It is to be condemned by the Black community to believe Blacks to have ability to progress forward in life without the aid of the White Democrat crutch; that equality can only be attained through truly overcoming the obstacles in one’s life. 

Black Republicans like Colin Powell have failed the Black community by claiming conservative values and ruthlessly fighting for hijacked Liberal initiatives like affirmative action that now actually hinder Black competence and equality while expressly demonstrating the same discriminatory actions of oppression that has led to ideology of the defining role of Black victim.  (Let us not forget the “Philadelphia Plan!”)  Thus, the true Black Conservative is the antithesis!  He is the exclusion of sharpness the conventional quasi-embraced Black Republican lacks. 

My oldest brother came home on leave from the Air Force.  I was quite young at the time, but would always tune into conversations that centered on politics.  He casually stated how he was no longer A Democrat, but had moved on to become an Independent.  His dissatisfaction for the oppressive nature of the Democrat Party was more than obvious in his strong reasoning.  The looks of disdain flowed evenly through the room; my mom, my older sister and my second oldest brother – my father smiled his coy smile and disengaged.  Heard was the fact he was no longer Democrat, deliberately overlooked was his strong rationalization as to why.  You HAD to be Democrat if you were Black in the inner city; all else was a betrayal against the Black community.  "How dare he move beyond this loyalty;" is what their looks suggested. 

The despised minority

For generations Black Americans have been the despised minority of indifference and overt hatred, separated from the mainstream populous by a monolithic self majority insistent upon voting for Black oppression in support of Democrat lies and obsolete thoughts of a failed self-identity.   

In part, the Black community has grown to identify itself by whom it annihilates.  Those whom move forward in modern contemporary political thought are rebuked by their own.  Their own believe themselves to be the victim to whom are owed in order to attain equality - a sense of equality that cannot be attained through independent achievement and through self-competence.  As a victim, equality is unattainable.  Concepts that defy what the Black community has actually accomplished in every imaginable field and professional order.  While the individual can excel through their own merits, he must insist that he is a mere exception and for those who follow him must be the product of dichotomy.

It is amazing what you stumble across researching online.  A person’s digital signature is amazing.  Inadvertently, I stumbled across the traces of an ex.  (JDG, or any coupled combination thereof we will refer to her).  She has not changed.  Music tastes are the same; our only true compatibility.  Her Navy career was solid.  As JG was promoting she would grow frustrated feeling she was passed over for promotion because she was a Black female.  “Look at how fast you are promoting.” She would say. 

“Look at what I do.  I promote because I have taken the hardest of the hard assignments and excelled.  When you take on harder assignments, you will promote.”  Guess what?  She took on assignments with increasing difficulty and excelled in doing so; she also promoted.  Apparently, she has gone on to retire and now works for a government agency conducting background investigations.  All said and done, she seems to be doing quite well, merits attained through her individual effort of self.  However, she still believes that without White Democrat support, the Black individual is robbed of the opportunity to advance their position in life.  A clear dichotomy.  She can be a competent individual as a Black community member, but judging by words of her support for Obama and certain programs, the victimized Black community cannot be competent as whole without aid. Lost is the ideology that a community is comprised of the individual - as more individuals excel on their own merits while insisting upon themselves, the more the entire community advances.

Totalism over equality

It is said that an “Uncle Tom” is a person whom fails to love their own people and enables their oppression.  Oppression in the Black community is enabled by those within the confines of the community that support the one party system of Democrat or nothing.  It is the totalism of victim over the competence of  individual that now create the community.  The quandary is how can such dichotomy and pluralism exist in a community that has contributed so much to humanity while still refusing to believe fully within themselves.  Collectively, they rebuke the strong individual that possesses more belief in the Black community than the Black community expresses in self belief. 

The ideology of the Black conservative is one truth.  It is a perception that all are created equal and to attain equality one must fully embrace that they, as an individual, are of equal value.  When a community assumes the role of victim, equality can never be attained.  Equality requires a level of self-responsibility and self-accountability that Democrats seek to absolve in order to passively oppress.  It is sad that the Black community has espoused the role of victim over the role of the equal and in turn attempt to shun those within the community attempting to deliver it to its proper place in society  - all while refusing to accept that "Uncle Tom" is far more fitting for those subscribing to their own oppression, not those whom have removed themselves from it so others may follow.

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