This ties in nicely with our historical discussion of how Adam Smith’s free labor ideology was foolishly imposed on the slave societies in the Caribbean and the American South by nineteenth century abolitionists.
The result of abolition was the genesis of the immutable laws of the Visible Black Hand of Economics and the force which Paul Kersey has labelled the Black Undertow:
“If I ever want a good laugh, I imagine that right now in a military base or government facility in China, high ranking officers or members of the Chinese Communist Party are sitting around watching top-secret footage of major American cities.
The footage, captured by Chinese “students” – who are on a STEM scholarship at an American university -show the dramatic footage of the dilapidated state of formerly world-class cities like Cleveland, Birmingham, Atlanta, Memphis, Gary, Buffalo, Chicago, St. Louis, Houston, Dallas, Kansas City, Oakland, and, of course, Detroit.
Built by a people whose descendants have long since fled these cities, the leaders of the Chinese business community, military, and government can only look upon the ruins of hundreds of acres of private property, abandoned commercial real estate – all with a plethora of graffiti upon the decaying edifices – and wonder why their supposed great adversary, the United States, tolerates such blight.
This is no mighty empire the Chinese see, with the video of Detroit’s tragic ruins bringing laughter to the room. The same variable is found in all of these cities, which goes unmentioned in similar meetings of American businessman, politicians, and high-ranking government and military officials.
Indeed, it is in those meetings of America’s brightest minds in academia, business, government, and military that the question of how to eternally uplift this variable, promoting it above all others, is the normally the topic for discussion.
The Communist Chinese speak freely about how in each of the blighted areas of these major cities they watch reconnaissance footage of, the one common theme uniting them all is Black residents. One high ranking member of the education system in China points out, without protest, that the cause of such Blight is obviously these same Black people, for it reminds him of the type of environment they have encountered in Africa.”