Black Political Exodus


How African American Politicians

and White Liberals Destroyed

the Black Community

Douglas E. Thomas

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Black Political Exodus 2020: How African American Politicians and White Liberals Destroyed the Black Community

by Douglas E. Thomas.

Keywords and Phrases

Dr. Martin L. King Jr. on The Myth of Jewish and Black Unity, Dr. King on Anti-Semitism, Black Politicians under White control, Black Politicians as Water-Carriers, When and Where We Enter the Struggle, Programmed for Self-destruction, Neoliberalism and Black Under-development, White political handlers, Political handler, Water-Carriers, The Black Politician, Black manufactured leaders, Role of the Black Politician, Remoteness from his community, Programming of the Black Mind, The Death of Black Leadership, Psychological Standardization, In This Year of Remembrance, Black Leadership and White Supremacy, Hollywood, Black Celebrities, Dred Scott Decision, Black Power is Illusory. 2. Wall Street, Dr. Martin L. King Jr, Disunity, Elected by White Leadership, White Supremacy, Neoliberalism, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, CongressmanClyburn, The Clyburn Effect, Powerless subordinate, Independent parties, Politics of Despair, The Beautiful Struggle, Pronouncements of Justice, Repurposing the Black Church, The Black Church, Black politicians and southern plantations, Overseers, Leadership Without Ethics.3.The Black Community, The 1954 Brown Decision, Manufactured Black Leaders, Corey Booker, Kamala Harris, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer, Letter from a Birmingham Jail,Neoliberalism and ethics, Black Lives Matter, The Civil Rights Movement, Voting Rights Act of 1965, Brown V. Board of Education 1954, Presidents Johnson, President Kennedy, President Nixon, Obama, White liberal deception, Neoliberalism is the New White Supremacy, Neoliberalism is a dangerous myth, Senator Bernie Sanders, Socialism, Communism, Income inequality. 4. Participatory Democracy, Manipulation of Black voters, Senator Mitch McConnell, Poor Whites, Poor White Kentuckians, Joe Biden and African American leadership, Black powerless surrogates, Black Struggle, Black Regression, Black Inferiority, White control of Black Communities, Cowardly Black Leadership, Death of Black leadership, Dr. King and white supremacy, Internal violence of spirit, Power contending forces, Freedom is Illusory, Democracy is emptied. 5. Black Congressional Caucus, Twenty-first Century Leadership, The New World Order, War is unavoidable, Myths of Progress, Myths of Voter Participation, King, United Action, Neoliberalism: The Enemy of Black Progress, Neoliberalism, Deconstructing Christian Myths, History of Black Politics, Black powerless subordinates, Joe Biden’s boy, Political Cowards, Loss of Black Leadership, Poor Whites, Opioid Addiction, Crack in the 80’s, The Criminal’s Justice System, A History of Police Barbarism, Local Police Power run Wild. 6. In the Beginning, On Black Christianity, We live in a police state, There Will be Blood, Direct Confrontation, Black Political Surrogates, Aggressive Militarism, Regime Change Wars, Trump and Poor Whites, Trump Strategy 2016, Political clowns, A Grand Alliance, African American Disunity, A New Political Order, Biden and the old order, New Beginnings, The Death of Black Leadership, WEB Dubois, Neoliberalism and “Fact-Checking,” Oligarchs, Oligarchs Control the Crisis, Inequality is Court Protected, Capitalism, Quest for maximum rewards, US Supreme Court, Social Darwinism, Justice Thurgood Marshall, Ralph Bunche, Black Leadership Crisis, Congress Woman Cynthia McKinnon and White liberals, Plessy, George Bernard Shaw, Example of Black Leadership, Democratic Party, The founders, The Myth of Political Participation, An Economic Theory of Democracy, Big Ticket Investors, Mike Bloomberg, Voters hardly count, Elections are conquests between oligarchs, The Political Deception,The system is rigged, 9/11, wars, Economics without ethics, Neoliberal oligarchs, Roosevelt’s Neal Deal, Illusion of Democracy, Assassination of Dr. King, Military industrial complex, The working poor, Clintonomics 101, Right Turn: The Decline of the Democrats, The Illusion of Economic Justice, Contradictions of capitalism, Warren Buffet, Bill Gates. 7. When capitalism reproduces itself,WWII,Inequality and War, Investing in Skills, Diffusion of knowledge, Big Ticket holders, Progress Without Bloodshed, Wars of the 20th century, the dynamics of private capital, Marx, Inequality in Review, Bloodshed, Political Contending forces, Individual Success is Illusory, Education, Inequality Breeds War, A History of Vulture Capitalism, Bloodshed is Inevitable, The Myth of Economic Justice, Is Economic Equality Possible.8. Propaganda is ruthless, Where are We Now, Propaganda as Myth, Fact-Checking as Myth, Falsehood in War Time, Fact-Checking as Propaganda, Inversion of the interpretation of facts, Truth Without Ethics, Propaganda as Political Myth, Propaganda of Patriotism, Propaganda of Agitation, Trumps Propaganda, Propaganda as Symbol and Slogan, Conventional rhetoric, Conclusions, Projections.

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  1. Manufactured Black Leadership
  2. The Political Illusion
  3. Neoliberalism and Black Leadership
  4. Neoliberalism: Without Ethical Principles
  5. The Political Illusion
  6. Economic Myths of Salvation
  7. Propaganda: A Definition
  8. Conclusions



I dedicate this book as an offering to the life and memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In January 2019, I consulted King’s spirit, asking him several questions. First among them was where did African Americans go wrong? What caused us to sin (miss the mark), and stray far away from the mandate that he and many others gave their lives for us to follow?

Dr. King began to provide answers to my inquiry, as I spent the next year studying his life. I methodically and systematically, read, reread, fasted, and meditated, over again and again, upon his words. I studied his words precept upon precept, line upon line, here a little, there a little.

Black Political Exodus 2020 resulted from that inquiry and download. This book is not only dedicated to the life and memory of Dr. King but the dialogue throughout the text is analyzed through the historical lens and methodology he employed to fight against white supremacy.

After teaching a seminar at Lincoln University on the writings and speeches of Dr. King, I became intrigued with how much I didn’t know about him. Yes, like most of us, I was familiar with the Dream Speech and his commitment to social justice. My image of him was shaped by the views of those who painted a portrait of a man that appealed to all Americans; one non- threatening to oligarchs and neoliberals on one hand, and on the other hand, a manufactured image of a man loved by all. This was not the man I came to know as I studied his words line upon line.

Dr. King was a complex figure who deeply loved all people, especially Black Americans. He loved them so, that he willingly laid down his life for them.

Peace be upon him. May he be praised in this life, as he is in the hereafter.

I present this offering to my Ori. May it be received and found acceptable in their sight.



I came to this writing project asking one question, “How did African Americans come to be programmed to self-destruct?” My exploration led me to the southern plantations of the United States, which in the 17th century, was where the psychological programming of enslaved Africans began in earnest. The programming began as physical torture to control behavior and demand unquestionable obedience. Later, this method of control was modified and combined with psychological programming, since it was necessary for the enslaved Africans body to remain strong enough to carry out the physical labor demanded of the planter-class.

In Black Political Exodus 2020, we analyze how the programming of enslaved Africans started, and how after four hundred years, its effects are equaling as persuasive. Its impact upon the behavior of most middle-class African Americans continues to have the same negative impact as it did upon most of their ancestors.

Today in the twenty-first century, African Americans are no longer needed for physical labor, yet, are under the worst kind of assault in four hundred years. There is one word that partially explains the vicious and continuous attack against them: propaganda. This is the one word that seems to make the most sense and, in some ways, attempts to at least explain the psychological warfare currently waged against African Americans.

The idea that African Americans have been psychologically programmed begins to explain why people of African descent throughout the world, who have likewise been under the unrelenting attack of White supremacy have also been the victims of a propaganda of terror. This is the only thing that makes sense, unless one believes that Black people are under some kind of cosmic curse, which, I suppose, is also possible? What else explains the dread, the docility and self-censorship that has stagnated Black growth and development for over five hundred years?


The political climate in the United States can be understood by checking our historical record. There is little new about where we are today in the country regarding how politics usually operates. Since the election of Donald Trump many people seem to be suffering from historical amnesia. They think Trump alone is responsible for the cultural divide in America. However, even a brief glance into the historical record shows that Trump is not an aberration, but is in fact, a much clearer reflection of the American norm than was his predecessor, Barack Obama, who was correctly described by the words, “an exaggerated American”,  one who so much “imitated White values and more

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