The "George Zimmerman Murder Trial" has provided a bevy of research for those of us who are studying "Americanized Blacks".
With the grand disappointment in a court case that was promoted into national prominence, lifted up over many of the local issues that cause more damage to the Black Community's uplift - the bitter naval gazing that is heard proves to be quite interesting.
"What Do WE NEED TO DO NOW As A Black Community Now That The Jury Has Rendered Their Opinion?"
I reject this call to "Congregational Unity" because it is arrived at by fraudulent means that were engineered.
It is clear to say that once the spirit of "Popularism" is satisfied - that passion to "Do Something" will be dispersed as the masses go back to their normal consumer lives of consumption.
Secondly their notion of "Doing Something" is almost exclusively:
- A POLITICAL Struggle where BLACK PEOPLE INVESTING THEIR HOPES IN VOTING
- Fighting Against WHITE RIGHT WING THREATS
Putting The People On A PERFORMANCE PLAN - Where Their Repetitive Thoughts, Actions And Affirmations Prove Their Commitment To THEIR OWN VALUE AS A PEOPLE