The Race Grievance Industry’s Theory of Exploitivity

By Taleeb Starkes for American Thinker

Have you noticed the unchanged pattern of outrage that manifests from the black community whenever a black life is taken by a white person? Have you also noticed that the usual culture-vultures (mainstream media, reverends, college professors, politicians, et al.) arrive without hesitation to gluttonously feast during these incidents? Undoubtedly, you’ve noticed this trend — unless you’re a liberal.

One must understand that these “call to action” reactions are not spontaneous; they’re calculated maneuvers promoted by an ever-present Race Grievance Industry. The charter for this race-hustling industry mandates that no white-on-black drama is wasted. Booker T. Washington was amongst the first blacks to notice this parasitic group.

Washington observed:

“There is a class of colored people who make a business of keeping the troubles, the wrongs, and the hardships of the Negro race before the public. Some of these people do not want the Negro to lose his grievances, because they do not want to lose their jobs. There is a certain class of race-problem solvers who don’t want the patient to get well.”

Regardless of evidence, circumstances, or facts, the predictable scavenger hunt that summarily ensues after any unfortunate white-on-black incident stems from what I’ve termed as the Race Grievance Industry’s “Theory of Exploitivity.”

Basically, the Theory of Exploitivity declares racism as the motive for any disagreeable white-on-black incident.  Racism is their end-all-be-all explanation.  For the Race Grievance Industry, this one-dimensional, race-based concept is unapologetically absolute with no room for debate. In simple terms, the Theory of Exploitivity translates as Black Victim + White Culprit = Racism. And due to the theory’s continued success, white Hispanics have now been included as “White Culprits” for exploitation. Black Hispanics, on the other hand, don’t fit the agenda.

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