New Age Thinking, New Age Capitalism & New Age Corporations
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Chapter 31



New Age Capitalism™ Vs The ‘So Called Negro’s’ “Slave Mentality”

No Black American movement or White American movement has ever dealt effectively with the ‘so called Negro’s’ “Slave Mentality”. This mentality will be a major obstacle to productivity. What is a "Slave Mentality"? In order to completely understand the “Slave Mentality” that afflicts millions of Black people that have been classified by Malcolm Little aka Malcolm X as the ‘so called Negro’, we must first define slavery.
Slavery can best be described as the absolute control of labor without paying wages and/or salaries. Believe it or not, enslaving human beings has a myriad of hidden cost. For example: The slave master must maintain the slaves. The slaves must be fed, clothed, disciplined, trained, housed, transported as necessary and in many cases provided with medical care, just to name a few of the hidden cost associated with human slavery.
All of this maintenance of a slave population is costly from a business point of view, and this does not include the hidden cost associated with oversight of the slave population. What the 'so called Negro' consistently fails to understand is the slave owner/s must also make a substantial investment in acquiring his/her/their slaves. Therefore, the cost of slave labor includes the cost of maintenance, the cost of supervision, the cost of acquisition and the cost of recapturing the slave if he/she escapes.
In addition, these costs must be incurred year-round whether the slave is productive or not, and there is also an element of risk, such as a slave rebellion. This might explain why slave masters were so brutal to disobedient slaves. A lesson had to be taught to the slave population so that the expenses associated with the maintenance and oversight of the slave population could be sustained at acceptable levels. Adding all these costs together, the cost of owning a stable of slaves is considerable. This is true whether or not human slavery is considered chattel or economic. Examine the real cost of Europe’s, England’s and America’s welfare state, if you have any doubts..
Therefore a “Slave Mentality” can best be described as the willing submission of an individual, a group of individuals or an entire human population to another human being (dictator, king and/or queen and to his/her supporters) or to a government and its supporters, i.e., the slave master, in order to be fed, clothed, trained and/or educated transported as necessary, housed and in many cases provided with medical care, just to name a few. In a democratic republic, the afflicted population will vote for anyone that promises to feed them, cloth them, train and/or educate them, transport them as necessary, house them and in many cases provide them with medical care, just to name a few.
What in actuality is a cost to a government or a slave master is viewed by the slave or a program recipient as benefits. After all, the slave is fed (not necessarily the best cuisine), clothed (not necessarily designer fashions), disciplined (only when necessary), trained (mandatory), housed (mandatory), transported as necessary (mandatory) and in many cases provided with medical care (mandatory to recoup the cost of his/her/their investment), just to name a few of the aspects of slavery that a slave considers as benefits. All the slave really lacks is the freedom to leave the plantation, whenever, he/she chooses to leave.


Chapter 32



How To Recognize The “Slave Mentality” & The “So Called Negro”

It is important for incorporators of New Age Corporations™ to be able to recognize the ‘so called Negro’ or the “Slave Mentality” that exists within the psyche of the ‘so called Negro’. This is best done by recognizing language, attitudes and/or intellectual positions rather than any physical distinguishing characteristic.
The #1 Indication: The most important indication to any enterprising Black American that you are dealing with a “so called Negro” is his/her insistence the problem in the Black community can be solved with more education, government programs or more religion. The ‘so called Negro’ fails to realize no one is preventing Black people from educating themselves. There are already hundreds of poverty programs and Black people are praying to the White Jesus, not the Jewish Jesus every Sunday and during the week. Black America’s "White" Jesus was never crucified and neither was the "White" Jesus that is on the wall in many of America’s Protestant homes and Churches. This brings up the question...Just who is being worshipped every Sunday?
The #2 Indication: Whenever you find yourself in a discussion of strategies that will en-hance or improvement the financial and social condition of the Black community, the ‘so called Negro’ will always direct the conversation towards what the government needs to do, rather than what he/she needs to do. The ‘so called Negro’ has no interest in any kind of creative enterprise, unless, he/she can receive immediate benefits that require little or no effort, a guaranteed weekly pay check or real or imagined status from it. If given a job....he will work...with supervision.
The ‘so called Negro’ is not interested in doing anything about the economic situation in the Black community. As long as the vast majority of Black people stay poor, he/ she is assured of a government job in social services, education, law enforcement, a television show, a position as an advocate for the poor and political power or a position in the Democratic or Republican party. Poverty also assures the ‘so called Negro’ in the lower levels of America’s society he/she will receive benefits on a weekly, bi-weekly or monthly basis from some program or the support of a religious, social or political advocate. Anything involving business development is a threat to the ‘so called Negro’s’ perceived or imagined benefits. At the higher levels, nothing excites him/her like a title or position that has status. At the lower levels, nothing excites like the words, FOR FREE!!!.
The #3 Indication: Whenever you find yourself in a meeting discussing bold initiatives or any action that will require constructive engagement within the Black community, the ‘so called Negro’ will oppose it. As an incorporator promoting New Age Capitalism™ and its mandated New Age Corporations™, you must never forget the ‘so called Negro’, is a status conscious individual. Therefore, any engagement that requires negotiating leases, equipment purchases, legal analysis, concessions; in which, the ‘so called Negro’ cannot refer to his status, drop names or demonstrate affiliations with known personalities, the ‘so called Negro’ will not participate in it or not be very good at it. The ‘so called Negro’ does not create or look for opportunity. He/she looks for a job or career in any business or organization that is White owned...and will get upset, if he/she is not given one.

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