Modern Slavery, Uncle Tom’s a Dealer and Topsy’s a Crack Whore

August 5, 2009
By Rick Najera

Recently I saw a documentary on Drug wars in America. It was on Showtime after there premier show Called live nude comedy. Which was disappointing because no one was nude and the audience was dead and it there was not much comedy. Anyway, I started thinking about the War on Drugs or more accurately should be called the War on people. Well, I laid in bed thinking. And I came up with a theory. Yes, people I have a theory. on why we have this full on war on drugs with no end in site.

My theory is this: Years after Lincoln freed the slaves and the southwest was settled and and the communist menace was gone, before the new Muslim menace, there was a lull in the action. And during that time, white corporate America started to think and grow nostalgic and white corporate America got together and thought hey, “hold on”, this Lincoln guy really was not all that good for the country or commerce. Freeing the salves was actually a hasty decision with no thought to the principals of good business.

Because after all, they thought slavery was full employment. Especially for the minorities and after a ‘Gone With the Wind’ DVD launch party, white corporate America longed for a simpler time when life was less complicated and people were making money. White people were making lots of money.

So they devised a simple plan to reintroduce slavery. It was passed at the annual convention . In fact, the plan was introduced by an organization called Citizens in America or CIA for short. This group figured out early that drugs would help create a slave class quicker than any other device.

There were two groups with two different wants that would help create an epidemic: Greed and Misery. Oh yes, Greed would create a class to sell it and Misery, a class that would want it and want it bad. After all, most cultures have experimented with some sort of drug use. And the most vulnerable populations would have these needs. Greed because if you show a young black man or Latino man constantly by commercials that they need material things, then they will get them by any means possible. Including selling drugs.

As for the group under the wing of Misery;( They would be much easier to recruit. No education or ability or skills to work and Misery will find you.) And these two groups combined is the beginnings of a slave army. Then just to be certain, add in easy to get cocaine or crystal meth, stir, well and let simmer. Add salt to taste. Then cook for a few years and take it out of the oven when it’s done. . Then once you criminalize a drug addict or a drug worker, then put them in prison where corporate white America has now privatized themselves and it’s big business. Very, very, big business. All you have to do is take these people, sell there services to Nike or any other corporation then it’s a work plantation and union-free zone. Well Then you got people in an area working for practically free . Then you have….. Here it is…. slavery again in America.

White corporate America was very happy with this plan. It worked. Even though It’s not full employment (because only a million or so are housed this way but a million slaves is not bad considering they work for almost free.) And as long as we criminalize drugs and those that sell them. Well, we will get more slaves. Guaranteed. Some might say the only weakness in this perfect plan is human mercy.
Human mercy? You might say how could that wreck this plan. Well I think it’s because if we see these drug people and have mercy on them and think “there but the grace of God go I” we will not keep up and pay for a “war on drugs”. Why? Because that’s compassion and we are not in that business. We are in the criminal business. Because you can’t war on people with a disease. You can only war on criminals, not patients. But mercy that’s always been short supply in a plantation system. So I’m sure they thought that out too.

We created a new group of enslaved people in our prisons courtesy of the red white and blue. Or courtesy of our war on drugs. I’m thinking of buying stocks in those corporations that makes those prisons, because business is good in the old cotton fields back home. It’s Uncle Tom’s penitentiary plantation, but now Uncle Tom’s a dealer and little Topsy, she’s a crack whore.
I’m Najera in America

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