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Will black separatist mayor turn Jackson into a Singapore or another Detroit?

Chokwe Lumumba

Chokwe Lumumba


There’s a quote from Lee Kuan Yew, the first prime minister of Singapore, that – with a laser focus – obliterates the concept of ‘democracy’ in a multiracial society [Singapore’s Lee Kuan Yew: “It’s Stupid to be Afraid”, Spiegel International, August 8, 2005]:

SPIEGEL: During your career, you have kept your distance from Western style democracy. Are you still convinced that an authoritarian system is the future for Asia?Mr. Lee: Why should I be against democracy? The British came here, never gave me democracy, except when they were about to leave. But I cannot run my system based on their rules. I have to amend it to fit my people’s position. In multiracial societies, you don’t vote in accordance with your economic interests and social interests, you vote in accordance with race and religion. Supposing I’d run their system here, Malays would vote for Muslims, Indians would vote for Indians, Chinese would vote for Chinese. I would have a constant clash in my Parliament which cannot be resolved because the Chinese majority would always overrule them. So I found a formula that changes that…

Watching the standard-of-living and quality of life rise exponentially for those citizens of Singapore is a testament to the simple wisdom of Lee Kuan Yew, who understands what so few in America wish to embrace.

Well, that’s an unfair statement: he understands perfectly what the fine citizens of a city like Jackson, Mississippi — in a multiracial society, voting in accordance with ones racial interests is a worthwhile, noble goal (as long as you aren’t white).  Out of a population of just over 175,000 people, 80 percent are black. The capital of Mississippi, Jackson has just seen the election of the city’s second black mayor — the lifelong, card-carrying member of Organized Blackness, Chokwe Lumumba.

No, it’s not the name of a song from some 80s band imagined during a five-day long drug binder, that’s the actual name of the black mayor-elect of Jackson, Mississippi. Receiving 85 percent of the votes cast, Lumumba’s landslide victory is the victory of the type of racial thinking (call it ‘progressive’ in the eyes of Disingenuous White Liberal) highlighted in a democracy that Lee Kuan Yew warned about.

Once again proving the Detroit Corollary correct (remember: this was devised to point out the fallacy in Robert Putnam’s study on homogeneity vs. diversity), the 80 percent black city is one of America’s most economically destitute and crime-infested cites.

But, it’s still a progressive-city, with the continued transfer of power – democratically, of course.