- Nov 16, 2011
If you want to emulate any model for success, what's wrong with Creflo Dollar? What's more what's to stop this elite from ego-centric corruption?
This is great video by Geuka where he clearly dissects the nature of the hatred directed at blacks. I like how he stays honest and never strays into myth telling as it is so common among Afro-American "community" leaders.
However, while Geuka clearly exposes the nature of the problem, he, like most, hardly provides any solution to the lack of resource facing black organization in the US ( Creflo Dollar is obviously a charlatan and shouldn't be used as a model as this kind of ego-centric corruption is unacceptable).
The solution is to create an elite with already the know how to generate capitals at the core of any movement and the know how to infiltrate every branch of power. Such movement must have some kind of exclusivity where the lowest common denominator of black society is excluded although the action of the elite should eventually benefit the lowest denominator in the long run.
This guy is also my hero as he acknowledges that we must find the best methods for progress irrelevant of who developed the methods. When I said the Medici model was the best model for the advancement of black power in the US, I was criticized for looking up to whitey.
What do you mean by Medici model?
On that, do you realize that your recommendation is the "conspiracy theorist's model" of White western society? I.e. that White elites with know-how infiltrated every branch of power excluding common Whites but benefiting them in the long run?
The difference being for your version of this model is that it would be Black people rather than White people; so, the necessary question is, do you want to be White?
I wonder if you noticed your Freudian slip: "I was criticized for looking up to whitey." I can imagine you meant something else (though I hope cherryblossom doesn't comment on my grammar and slips.)