What is Black Run America?

What is Black Run America?

(Editors Note: This will be concerned the definite statement on what Black Run America represents. It’s been alluded to this site on numerous occassions, but never has an entire entry been devoted to explaning BRA)

We live in Black Run America

We’ve discussed McDonald’s 365Black campaign. We’ve discussed American Airlines Black Atlas program. Corporate America bends over backwards to placate a population that is merely 13 percent of the United States population (that number could be higher if the regard for life in the womb and outside of the womb were a greater priority in the Black community).

Corporate sponsorship for Web sites like Black Voices, Black Planet and the new Huffington Post Black section, Huff Post Global Black, represent a subsidizing of propaganda for the continuation of Black Run America (BRA), a blank check for uncontested articles to be written that castigate all white people for practicing racism to perpetually keep Black people in a state of disarray:

The Huffington Post and BET co-founder Sheila Johnson are launching a HuffPost section devoted to African-Americans.


The section, “HuffPost GlobalBlack,” is expected to debut in early March. The Huffington Post is set to make an official announcement about the new platform Thursday.


“Our goal is to cover more stories of importance to the black community,” says Arianna Huffington, the co-founder and editor-in-chief of the New York-based Huffington Post.


“We have the supreme irony of having the first African-American president, which is such a historic event and a milestone, while at the same time, conditions for African-Americans are deteriorating, in terms of unemployment, in terms of high school graduation, in terms of the number of African-American males in prisons,” Huffington says.


GlobalBlack is the 27th section for the Huffington Post, but its first racially based one. It plans to soon launch a Latino section.


A February 2010 survey by Edison Research and Arbitron found that about 25 percent of all Twitter users are black, roughly double the percentage of blacks in the U.S. population. About 11 percent of all U.S. Facebook users are black, the social-networking site reports.


A greater percentage of whites than blacks and Latinos have broadband access at home, but laptop ownership is now about even for all these groups.


“In all of this digital space, the African-American voice is really falling off the radar screen,” says Johnson, who sold the Washington D.C.-based Black Entertainment Television to Viacom in 2000. “We’re on other radar screens, with other digital sites, which is wonderful. But I really wanted to bring the real news, the storytelling — to really bring back the voice of the black community on some relevant news and views.”


“We’re going to be able to fill that void,” Johnson adds.

There is a belief held by Black people that every facet of American life is out to get them, that Corporate America, academia, the media, the government (executive, legislative and judicial), and law enforcement are combined in a sinister conspiracy to keep Black people from ever tasting the American dream. Let’s be honest: the so-called Black voice has never been disseminated to such a great extent as it is today. Black Entertainment Television (BET) eloquently presents the modern voice of Black people, and coupled with Black representation on reality TV shows the market is virtually cornered on airing authentic Black voices.

Plus, Cable News Network (CNN) and ESPN (henceforth known as BESPN) are channels devoted exclusively to covering stories from a highly Black perspective.

All the while anyone who dares say that it is Black people and poor decisions made by Black people that keep them in a permanent state of disarray (in America, as well as South Africa, Haiti and wherever they may be found in the world) will be promptly escorted from polite society. Black people cannot be blamed for their poor decisions, namely high illegitimate rates; having high dropout rates in school; high abortion rates; high crime rates; poor credit scores; horrible records of personal health; and, a lack of participation in certain vocations, etc.

People daring to harbor insidious views that dare hold Black people accountable for their decisions have no place in a tolerant, Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) led society. White guilt is an eternal sin and slavery is a most convenient excuse for the continued decline in all aspects of Black people’s lives (save for sports) and a rational discussion on racial matters will never transpire in America for hate facts are not allowed in the arena of accepted parlance in approved BRA discourse.

It would be virtually impossible to find one organization that purports to lobby on behalf of America’s historic majority population that receives funding from a major corporation, though 100 Black Men of America, Inc. receives funding from virtually every Fortune 100 company in the United States:

Partners Sponsors
AARP

Aetna

American Red Cross

Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

AT&T

Burger King

The Coca-Cola Company

Community Education Partners

Delta Air Lines

EdisonLearning

ExxonMobil

Georgia-Pacific LLC

GM

GMAC Financial Services

ING

MillerCoors

Nielsen Media Research

News Corporation

Outback Steakhouse

Prudential Financial

State Farm Insurance Companies

UPS

U.S. Army

Wal-Mart

Wells Fargo

AARP

Aetna

American Heart Association

American Red Cross

Anheuser-Busch, Inc.

AT&T

American Urban Radio Networks

Bank of America

Barbados Tourism Authority

Black Enterprise Magazine

Bloomberg

Burger King

Choice Hotels

CIA

The Coca-Cola Company

Community Education Partners

Cracker Barrel

Delta Air Lines

Dunkin Brands

EdisonLearning

Edward Jones

EMC Corporation

Empire BlueCross BlueShield

ExxonMobil

Georgia-Pacific LLC

GlaxoSmithKline

GM

GMAC Financial Services

Harrah’s Entertainment

HBO

American Honda Motor Co., Inc.

Healthcare Georgia Foundation

Hyatt Hotels and Resorts

ING

The Ludacris Foundation

Kellogg’s

Lockheed Martin

Macy’s

MillerCoors

Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP

New Birth Missionary Baptist Church

News Corporation

New York Life Insurance Company

Nielsen Media Research

Outback Steakhouse

Prudential Financial

Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Royal Caribbean International

Shell Oil Company

Scholastic

State Farm Insurance Companies

Toshiba

UPS

U.S. Army

United States Tennis Association

Wal-Mart

The Walt Disney Company

Wells Fargo

W.K. Kellogg Foundation

Despite every manager in every vocation bending over backward to promote Black people beyond their capabalities (or lowering standards to ensure Black people can actually be considered for the job); despite Hollywood inserting Fictional Black characters in movies to implement behavioral modification in the viewer; despite a media that excuses the mass killings of white people by a Black person because he claimed he was the victim of prejudice; despite a judicial system that actively works to suppress the rights of the historic majority population of America; and despite hundreds of organizations dedicated solely to advancing Black interests that are immune from the charge of “racism”… phew… Black people still believe a concerted effort is underway to keep them under the iron heel of white supremacy.

Disingenuous White Liberals also believe this myth, though it has absolutely no basis in fact. As this Web site has documented, all of the above entities have the expressed desire to push Black people at the expense of the historic American majority population.

 

Black Run America

Corporate America is in a crisis if Black people aren’t represented sufficiently within their payrolls; colleges and universities with poor Black enrollment can scarcely be called institutions of higher learning (though many of the Blacks at Predominately White Colleges merely attend to play basketball, football and run track); the media refuses to show the face of crime, a task left to Thug Report; and the government is the primary reasons a Black middle class exists, with tax payers paying the salary for a bloated bureaucracy that has a disproportionately Black face.

This, ladies and gentlemen, is the reality of Black Run America; a nation where every institution is entirely devoted to protecting and promoting the interests of Black people above all others.

Anyone who dares try and tackle the growing leviathan that is Washington D.C. directly takes on Black Run America (notice how those who dare repeal the Healthcare Bill are tarred and feathered as racist since Black people comprise the bulk of the uninsured in America) since Black people have a vested interest in the power of government remaining quite high and the continued redistribution of wealth flowing smoothly.

Just as the gang of 50 Black people who attacked a white family trying to enjoy Independence Day in 2009 said, “This is a Black world.

George Washington was boxed in for a reason on Martin Luther King Day in South Carolina, the delicate sensibilities of Black people always coming first in BRA.

McDonald’s doesn’t need to be 365Black, anymore than an airline needs to introduce a Black Atlas or The Huffington Post needs to introduce a separate Black section (though book stores should still utilize self-segregation techniques to ensure that an African-American section can highlight great books by Black authors) for its readers.

Every facet of life is governed by the principals of Black Run America, which means every institution must promote Black interests above all others.

One thought on “What is Black Run America?

  1. Did you say bookstores should still have separate sections for black authors? Why

    PS – Try being an inner-city teacher in BRA. The workshops and training all blame you, the administration blames you, the public blames you, the kids treat you like sh**, and the main office will not back you up — plus ghetto parents come in and threaten you or say their kids don’t have to follow your rules.

    I’m in the Ozarks now. Hehe.

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