Very Ancient Africans said the contrary opposite of a “Lucky Star” is a “Disaster Star”—meaning it is characterized by bad Causes, Effects, Consequences, and Results. The “Disaster Star” is likened to Explicit Racism and its Halo to Implicit “Institutional Racism”. Racism’s “Big Picture” is the ability of White Supremacists to indiscriminately exert persecution powers on outsiders for any/no reason–or to adversely affect fellow cult members who violate itsideology or who affiliate with distained ethnic group(s). Qualifications to be on the Extreme top and upper half of the White Supremacy Ladder are to first have white skin and second, to be male. Being Selfhood Unknown forces them to fantasize themselves as “Superior”–and all others as “Inferior” (e.g. White females) or sub-human (any “outsider” ethnic group). Various prejudicial methods are used against those with unlike Phenotypes (observed characteristics), Genotypes (a human’s Genetic Constitution, despite not necessarily predicting that human’s Phenotype), and Ideologies (a set of Beliefs, Rules, and Laws—a world view–aimed at establishing or maintaining a certain social system for long term in a consistent state of unity and integration). Power over the cult comes from creating Delusional Fears among all members so that they stay stirred for warring type actions. For “Outsiders” they profoundly envy—especially Black People–they adopt lethal “Bully” approaches by making them into “faceless” feigned enemies for purposes of instituting Kill/Take/Destroy/Dominate/Oppress/Control (KTDDOC) Effects. Such constant actions include discrimination, segregation, neglect, disrespect, injustice, demeaning stereotyping, and various enslavements (as Colored employees put under threat of being fired for “not-staying-in-their-place.”). 

Institutional Racism, as first explained in 1967 by Kwame Ture (formerly Stokely Carmichael), is an implicit Social Oppression administered by those in the White Superiority group (those on the lower half of the White Supremacy Ladder). Since it derives from established and respected societal forces, its operations tend to “slip under the radar” of public condemnation. Yet, it is interwoven into all parts of society–being as much about what not to do in order to avoid benefitting Black People in the overwhelming struggles racism has created for them as what to subtly do to keep them from rising out of poverty. It is vital in helping maintain, reinforce, and perpetuate individual racism—as in creating it in younger generations and reinforcing it in the older. Whereas its “Disaster Star” Pattern was Explicit during African American slavery, the now Halo from it means its Effects, which deal with representations of slavery’s realistic methods, are Implicit. The Halo Effect is like an atmosphere ofvagueness, variability, uncertainty, indeterminacy, and haziness–without restraints and lacking any specific organization patterns. Yet, it is capable of producing implicit racists’ ideas of the indescribable that spur racists into the process of “because this situation has arisen, a racism ray must now become actualized.” Thus, racists’ thought processes for regarding things in certain racist ways are grasped in their fundamental slavery character and value and so acted upon.  For example, part of Overt racism is to show greater warmth towards Whites, as compared to Blacks but the Implicit implies this and what to do by inference and without being stated.

Since one can certainly oppose public school funding for valid, non-racist reasons, to do so is not necessarily an act of individual racism. But to the extent that there is a “racial divide” in opposing public school funding that obviously has a disproportionate and detrimental effect on Colored youth is a display enhancing the agenda of Institutional Racism. The Network partners to Explicit and Implicit Racism is the White Supremacists’ controlled Media, Courts, and Public which ensure they have no accountability or punishment. Instead, their KTDDOC actions are presented as being justified and “honorable”. In this way, the more they exhibit Indifference/Hate/Evil/Sadism (IHES) actions, the higher they rise in the public’s esteem. Careful selections shown in the Media continually neutralize all IHES White Supremacy generated injustices to Victims; shower the public with demeaning mis-information about Victims; ignore or deny the immediate and long-term violence done to Victims; fail to show Victims as humans; and always portray Black People as wrong, baffoons, servants, “low-lifes,” or with a ball to imply this is all that is acceptable so as to not otherwise be competitive in the marketplace. Such is fought legally by “Disparate Impact” laws, not needing specific proof. jabaileymd.com

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