|The City Council of 56 percent black Flint (7 of 9 members are black)|
In 56 percent black Flint, Michigan, the decision was made to support the latter. Hence, the Flint Water Crisis. [NAACP: Replace Flint pipes or face 'mass disobedience', Detroit Free Press, 2-15-16]:
|The Flint Charter Review Commission (six of nine members are black)|
Replacing outdated water pipes and improving existing infrastructure is one of the vital components of maintaining civilization, a task the leaders of majority black Flint failed to do.
Just who might these city leaders be in 2015?
Well, seven of the nine of the Flint City Council are black and six of the nine members of the Flint Charter Review Commission are black (tasked with performing a complete review of the City of Flint’s Charter and making recommendations on changes or possible revisions that would meet the City’s needs now and into the future).
The city also has a black mayor now, only a few years removed from being under emergency management by the state of Michigan.
You can have civilization or you can have a black population.
There is no middle ground.
Inevitably, one of the two wins and the other loses.