When Warren Ballentine African-American fans and followers were subject to being exposed to the hustle Warren Ballentine is about, those followers seem to have a problem that is pervasive among African-Americans and the key reason why we don’t make progress in the Black community. The problem is not only pervasive but is also an extremely serious weakness in the Black community and has been taken advantage of to keep us divided. The bottom line is African-Americans culture in general do not understand how fighter jets work and this article is going to explain how they operate.
When I posted a link to the article about how Michael Baisden is using his money to directly invest in urban entrepreneurs and how Warren Ballentine is busy running a debt stopper and a coffee hustle, I also added additional facts about Warren Ballentine history. I stated how we did not hear anything about the deposits from that North Carolina bank he was blabbing about earlier. I stated we did not hear anything about that Dock’s Fish franchise thing he was blabbing about earlier. I also stated we didn’t hear anything about that bank initiative where the banks promise to match deposits and invest in the community. But look at what one of his “fans” write as a response:
Before we discuss this comment, keep in mind that I basically laid out the whole pattern of Warren Ballentine to these African-American fans and followers! The pattern and obvious and the same script of having some proxy like a Dock’s fish or banks or Debt Stoppers that Warren Ballentine say we should put our money into before anything can be done for the Black community. The only type of people who tell you that you have to put up money before they invest in you are straight hustlers and cons. And then when Michael Baisden brushed this clown off and did a movement that invest Michael Baisden personal money into his listening audience business and explained that we need businesses to create jobs in our community, this is what Warren Ballentine posted on his Facebook page:
So now cats like Michael Baisden got egos for taking his own initiative to give back to the community in a way to spur a cycle of economic development? This is the same Warren Ballentine that like to call people like Dr. Cornell West and Tavis Smiley haters or tell Juan Williams to get off the porch but Warren Ballentine Black ass can’t take a dime directly out of his pocket and directly invest in his people like Michael Baisden. I personally remember Michael Baisden interrupting me at the Clique back in the 90s while I was talking to this very attractive sista peddling his book like a hustler and Mr. Baisden put in work as an entrepreneur, he put in that work and fully understand you got to make direct moves and not create BS proxies like Warren Ballentine is doing.
But let’s get back to the comment that the lady wrote about my article getting only a few “likes” or something like that. What Lynette B. Vice stated is the mentality of modern day African-Americans where they judging and following people by popularity and not character and substance. This is an extremely dangerous way of thinking and the majority of Black people thinks the same way Lynette B. Vice thinks judging on popularity and that is why our people are highly unemployed, highly incarcerated, highly dysfunctional socially, highly unhealthy and highly marginalized.
Bishop Eddie Long is popular, Tyler Perry is popular, Oprah Winfrey is popular, whatever person that been featured on CNN like Roland Martin is popular and these are the ones who African-Americans are choosing to follow. Then Viacom through VH-1 and BET and other channels came out with an experiment to show reality show series and now I’m seeing Black people come around me talking about people who appeared in these reality shows like they are famous. Talking about cats who got famous before they got rich and that is a syndrome pervasive in the Black community nowadays.
The problem and real danger of Lynette B. Vice mentality which is the same mentality among a large population of African-Americans is these people can be manipulated. They are so manipulated that even when you expose Warren Ballentine or even Bishop Eddie Long, some African-Americans are still following them strong. And with that said, let’s explain how fighter jets work.
Modern US fighter jets are designed to travel faster than sound and they are not doing that because they want to fly at a high rate of speed. In the video above and if you ever been to an air show, you should have noticed that when you saw the jet, you did not hear anything! By the time you or anybody else hear the roaring sound of those jet engines, those fighter jets already dropped their bombs and took out their target and going back home. However, people are conditioned to believe they have to hear a loud sound of a jet plane approaching and this is the advantage fighter jets have against ground forces who think they have to hear the attack before responding.
The reason why I’m explaining this is because when people like African-Americans have been trained and conditioned to think a certain way, then they expose themselves to not handle elements outside of the boundary of their shallow thinking. Right now, African-Americans are looking for someone popular to be a leader, looking for someone popular to admire and looking for someone in the press to talk about. However, few African-Americans never understood or don’t even know the ultra-rich families that have massive control and influence in the Western world affecting everything we do. Because these ultra-wealthy families are not “famous”, our people cannot even understand when these very same “ultra-rich” families are attacking or exploiting African-Americans.
You have African-Americans communities for example keep talking about Korean shop owners or Arab shop owners in their neighborhood because that is who they see and they base their argument only on what they see. But I done my homework and realize those commercial zones in the African-American communities are still owned by the same Jewish and Italian immigrant families and their holding companies who used to live in that same neighborhood nearly 100 years ago before the Great Migration of African-American taking over those neighborhoods. I can go on and on with more example of African-Americans chasing popularity and group thinking instead of understanding exactly at what is in play at the moment or trying to find the truth.
The job fair is another good example where even though these events are worthless in the 21st century, Black people are dressed up, standing in line with a paper resume with 12,000 other Black people because they all think the “popular thought” of this is how you get a job nowadays. On the Internet, you got African-Americans like Lynette B. Vice who formulate opinions based on data such as the number of “likes” instead of doing research on the topic at hand. I can keep going on and on with the examples.
Because African-Americans are now chasing popularity, we are being easily manipulated into further marginalization through data manipulation. You, I or anybody else can data manipulate someone we want to lead African-Americans to have a large audience, have a bunch of “likes” or have a lot of money. If you check out these multi-level-marketing programs African-Americans like to participate in, that is how they being data manipulated because African-Americans in those MLM programs are chasing popularity and status.
Then you should understand why the mainstream media can data manipulate self-hating rappers to be popular while not mentioning a local community activist who is working with young African-Americans to graduate and go to college up in Harlem. Look at that one rapper who was caught buying guns as a felon before the BET awards in Atlanta – he got off and even done some stupid crap to get back in jail and they promoting him getting off easy. That makes other African-Americans believe they can get off easy doing the same stupid crap as some ATL rapper but failed to realize how the Feds went after real cats like Big Meech and Larry Hoover, because brothas are not doing homework.
Look around at African-Americans especially on your Facebook friends news feed and notice how brothas and sistas are talking more about these reality television series and entertainers more than what is going on in their local community and among their own people that they personally know. Look at African-Americans talking about people like Warren Ballentine, Roland Martin or whatever who have media outlets as if these people are “Black leaders” who actually know how to go into battle and win one for our people. And look at Lynette B. Vice commentary posted above and realize exactly why our people ain’t progressing and we are being slowly marginalized and allowing others to manipulate us easily because we believe so much in “popularity” in the African-American community.
So to address Lynette B. Vice concern that I know other African-Americans like to say a lot about someone being “popular” before they can be acknowledged is I operate in the same manner as a supersonic fighter jet. I fly low to the ground to be “under the radar” and faster than the speed of sound so by the time you even hear of me, I already completed my mission and moving on to something else – remember that.