What if, every newsroom in America was cleared out -- editors, writers, and the editorial board of each major city paper absent from work that day?
What if, every radio in every car in America went silent?
For a moment, people would fidget with their device trying to get it to work; others would stare blankly into the television screen, unsure of what to do; no paper would arrive on your lawn, nor would updates to Web sites come when you refreshed your browser; instead of advertisements and the few same pop songs playing incessantly, people would pop in a CD to listen as they drove.
It has taken years, decades - no, more than half a century - to inculcate the American people into accepting the world as it is today. With almost total domination of the entertainment industry, cultural institutions, colleges and universities, and the media, those who have shaped (the architects) of Black-Run America - BRA- must continually win new victories on a daily basis.
And yet opposition remains.
Now, just imagine after a few days of no television, no radio, and no delivering of the newspaper (or updating of major city newspaper Web sites), the browser for your favorite news site is refreshed.
Television starts working again; radio signals are once again picked up.
The newspaper is delivered.
But something is different.
As part of the though experiment, let's look at an actual Indy Star article from a few days ago [IMPD seeks help from social service agencies to address roots of crime, Indy Star, May 27, 2013]:
Facing officer shortages, a surge in homicides and unrelenting youth violence, Indianapolis police are turning toward community organizations more than ever to reduce crime by zeroing in on its root causes.
Seeking help with keeping tabs on the mentally ill, learning how to talk to teens and finding meals for poor families, IMPD is recruiting outside help to reduce the burden on its depleted ranks.
The strategy is intended to free up officers for their core mission — responding to emergencies and arresting people — and delegating tangential matters to the professionals trained to handle them.
Officers are being trained to arrive on calls equipped with contacts for community, church, philanthropic and government agencies to which they can refer residents in crisis or professionals they can call on the spot.
Public Safety Director Troy Riggs calls it a “holistic” approach that goes beyond locking people up and aims to ease economic and social stresses that land people in jail.
“Police cannot do by themselves all that needs to be done to address the causes for crime in our community,” Riggs said. “We cannot arrest our way out of the problem. We need true community partners. The factors are more nuanced and complex than any one police department is capable of handling.”
The story goes on for a three more pages, a documentation of the collapse of law and order in Indianapolis and the Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) approach so commonly championed in BRA that never, ever produced positive results.
Some of the programs were launched under previous Director Frank Straub when Police Chief Rick Hite served as deputy director for community affairs. They included such things as sending street-wise outreach workers to shooting scenes to tamp down the chance of retaliatory shootings and a program to closely monitor domestic violence victims and their abusers and refer them to counseling.
The effort is a significant expansion of the most common community-based policing tools: foot patrols, neighborhood watch groups and youth activities at local churches.Law enforcement experts said the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department might be shaping a model for the future in an era in which departments across the country are facing severe budget cuts and officer shortages.
In the new world the thought experiment proposes, this same story would have a much different tone: [IMPD Locates Roots of Crime in Indianapolis - The Black Population, Indy Star, --/--/---]
News broadcasts on television reinforce this fact by simply reporting the news free of the bias of the DWL ombudsman trying to protect BRA and, simultaneously, the decay that set root in Indianapolis.
Any organization that would protest this new policy of reporting the truth has lost all legitimacy and/or an outlet to air their insatiable grievances.
You see, life in Black-Run America requires our enemies to constantly achieve tiny victories on a daily basis. It's been that way since Shelley vs. Kraemer in 1948 -- the victory that cemented BRA as the law of the land.
But one simple, eloquent remains immutable - we only have to win once.