Sunday, January 06, 2008

Ole Bamba in America

Well Ole Bamba won the Iowa democratic primary. That was something in America for a Black man to win a primary in an almost 100% white state. However my experience with American politics after the 1960’s has been suspect at least. I know that the old elite have always been behind world politics, but in America a new phenomena has taken place. The world elite partnered with the neo-money class and the neo-money class allows the religious powerbrokers more freedom to spew their ideology. This tightens the grip on world domination because all of those groups are headed by Europeans and are determined to keep their hegemony in tact.

So how in the hell does Ole Bamba come into play with his dark skinned half African self? When I look behind the game, I’ve developed a theory of hegemony that can have perhaps two outcomes.

First, given the 2000-2004 electoral faux pas, the idea of a democratic process has suffered. With the elections in Florida and Ohio and the electronic voting machine revelations, the process is in question. With this election cycle there’s a chance to superficially restore to the American political process some semblance of legitimacy. In walks Ole Bama. The process would now appear to work if a half-“Black American” (hypo descent rule would make him all Negro) was elected as the Democratic Presidential Nominee. He would have to beat out a field of all white males and one woman. That would show the world (and put off some American anarchist), how believing in the American systems of democracy, one could achieve social justice in their own country. Would Ole Bamba offer some serious political capital in this presidential race?

Second, I question how far do the powers behind Ole Bamba intend for him to go? Will they allow him to get the nomination and then run him against a humdrum opponent like Giuliani, who wouldn’t have a snowball’s chance in hell against any legitimate white candidate? Then when they fix the “too close to call” election, not too many people will question why a Black man in America lost, we all know there are some “throwback racist,” mainly in the south, in America. Still the process would appear to work for the rest of the world and the elite-money-religious triad would continue have their candidate in office.

Finally, Ole Bamba is safe. If for some reason their scheme doesn’t work, they still have a candidate that will not rock their boat. He may be like the female cop who now holds a traditional male job occupation. She must show that she’s worthy and also get approval of her peers and benefactors. Ole Bamba may turn out to be more aggressive in support of the status quo under the banner of doing his job.

The bottom line is “race” will play a part in America for years to come. It’s a great tool for control and manipulation. It appeals to the emotion, and in television’s Disneyland, emotion trumps reason and critical thinking every time. So it should be interesting and fun to watch how the triad will play the American public this time around. BTW, if you want an example of how control is maintained, no matter the outcome of elections, look at the current Democratic Congress.

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