They came looking for us. I want to analyze the nature of our relationship with oppressive cultures and propose a solution within our immediate reach. I have come to realize, for the last several hundred years, stealing our labor and intellectual property has been the strategy our enemies have used on us. Seeing the empire it has built, evidently, these things they take from us are valuable. So valuable, I have concluded that black labor, is the most precious recourse on the planet. Considering that, it does not matter if we do not own anything else or control any industries, since we are the key ingredient to make any moden society flourish, we need only exercise control over our labor, and everything else will be affected. The devils currently pretending to be in charge of USA are banking on the private prison industry and the free labor they expect to get to keep them afloat, its their last shot really, and its also the same old trick. If we cannot see this by now, then we truly are not fit for freedom and liberation. The best and safest strategy going forward that will do the most damage to the people who deserve it, is to have all jail and prison labor done by people of color to cease permanently. No more cooperation with terrorist as they say. I will leave yall with a quote from Sun Tzu on this. In "The Art of War", written some two and a half millennia ago, the Chinese military author Sun Tzu promoted a strategic doctrine based on deception, misdirection, and the judicious use of force against enemy weak points, bypassing his strong points. In the modern age, his theories find application in the strategies of unorthodox forms of warfare such as guerilla warfare, armed insurgencies, terrorism, and liberation. At the risk of oversimplification, Sun Tzu preached that one should seek points of enemy weakness and exploit them, be they military, political, economic, or anything else. He viewed the objective of war as the strengthening of the state through the acquisition(regaining) of enemy(our) resources, and to that end, he viewed battle as a possible means to an end but not an ideal one. In his view, an ideal victory would be won without firing a shot, and an enemy army would be added to your own rather than being damaged or destroyed.