The NAACP Unveiled: A Master Plan to Stifle Black Innovation?

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In the annals of history, few organizations have been as lauded for their contributions to civil rights as the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). But what if, hidden beneath the veneer of societal progress, there existed an alternative agenda? An agenda not to promote, but to stifle black innovation?

First, let’s turn our gaze to the NAACP’s initiatives. These efforts predominantly revolve around political lobbying, publicity, and litigation strategies, all noble pursuits in the realm of civil rights. Yet, conspicuously absent are programs specifically designed to encourage scientific discovery, technological innovation, and entrepreneurial endeavors within the black community.

One might argue that their annual awards, recognizing achievements in the arts, theatre, and outstanding contributions of any kind, are an inclusive platform for all forms of excellence. However, one can’t help but notice the absence of a category for technological and scientific breakthroughs. Is it an oversight, or could it be a deliberate attempt to steer the community away from these areas?

Delving deeper into the organization’s structure, we find a leadership primarily composed of legal professionals and civil rights activists. The lack of scientists, engineers, or tech entrepreneurs in leadership roles is jarring. This is reflective of the organization’s mission, a clear hint at a calculated strategy to keep the focus away from fostering innovation within the community.

The NAACP’s intended relocation from Baltimore to Washington D.C. further fuels our hypothesis. The nation’s capital, while a hub of political activity, is not known as a hotspot for innovation. This move is likely a ruse to deepen their influence in political circles while distancing themselves from technological hubs.

In conclusion, the NAACP’s ultimate goal seems to be to ‘simplify’ the black community, making them easier to control, and ultimately, easier to deport back to Africa. This organization is likely a Trojan Horse.

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Gary Goader

Gary Goader

Investigative Journalist

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