Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#1 Jul 8, 2013
“The “BGI”, or Black Grievance Industry is an acronym developed to better explain the groups or affiliations who derive their sense of existence around race-based enterprises,” he says,“These are professional exploiters of skin color.

“The entire construct of their purpose and reason for existence is framed around skin color. Hence color defines not only their ideology, but also their associations. They are, in a general sense, perpetually aggrieved.

“While there are many local and national advocacy groups who could be considered ‘perpetually aggrieved’, the BGI is one of the best known entities because of the duration of exploitive enterprise.

“Everything surrounding the activity amid the BGI is race-based.

“Non-blacks are accustomed by indoctrinated training, by social pressure and by political correctness, to avoid pointing out the hypocrisy behind most, if not all, of the key BGI positions.”

Sundance maintains that “(i)nitially, the BGI was compromised of ‘civil rights’ leaders. The evolution away from civil rights and toward black only rights created a change in the central dynamic of advocacy.

“While Martin Luther King found himself aligned with any group or entity who was similarly fighting for equality, the modern BGI actually attack any other entity who would elbow into their place at the professionally aggrieved trough. The BGI believe some are more equal than others.

“The professional leadership within the BGI view alignment as risk; and while they may at times join hands with other interests, as soon as those interests present dilution of black messaging, they are dispatched quickly. Remember, everything is about skin color. Nothing else matters - just skin color.

“Any alignment may also pose a risk to the financial stakes of the aggrieved. The fiduciary pie, and the potential for division, is a closely guarded point of concern. This is particularly noted in the decision-making from the primary partners in the Industrial BGI Complex: The NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition, Al Sharpton’s NAN, etc.

“The structural activities that form new construction, or cornerstones, of all BGI activity stem from, and are approved by, these central components of leadership - they are the approvers of all Professional BGI engagements.”

According to Sundance, the primary motivation for the group is financial gain.

He elaborates:“[Money] is the primary motivation behind all of the BGI activity. The second motivation, and all subsequent motivations, which might be sequentially listed, are to protect the first.

“Whether through redistributive enterprises such as Pigford I, and II, or through wrongful death exploitations like Martin Lee Anderson, and Trayvon Martin, all other considerations are run though the pre-filter question of:‘does this produce a financial award’? If the answer is no, then no further engagement is taken.

“No-one has ever been able to encapsulate an engagement by the modern BGI, or professional BGI, where altruism trumps the financial considerations. If there is no way to make money - then nothing is done.”

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They cannot kill a spook

Toledo, OH

#2 Jul 8, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
“The “BGI”, or Black Grievance Industry is an acronym developed to better explain the groups or affiliations who derive their sense of existence around race-based enterprises,” he says,“These are professional exploiters of skin color.
“The entire construct of their purpose and reason for existence is framed around skin color. Hence color defines not only their ideology, but also their associations. They are, in a general sense, perpetually aggrieved.
“While there are many local and national advocacy groups who could be considered ‘perpetually aggrieved’, the BGI is one of the best known entities because of the duration of exploitive enterprise.
“Everything surrounding the activity amid the BGI is race-based.
“Non-blacks are accustomed by indoctrinated training, by social pressure and by political correctness, to avoid pointing out the hypocrisy behind most, if not all, of the key BGI positions.”
Sundance maintains that “(i)nitially, the BGI was compromised of ‘civil rights’ leaders. The evolution away from civil rights and toward black only rights created a change in the central dynamic of advocacy.
“While Martin Luther King found himself aligned with any group or entity who was similarly fighting for equality, the modern BGI actually attack any other entity who would elbow into their place at the professionally aggrieved trough. The BGI believe some are more equal than others.
“The professional leadership within the BGI view alignment as risk; and while they may at times join hands with other interests, as soon as those interests present dilution of black messaging, they are dispatched quickly. Remember, everything is about skin color. Nothing else matters - just skin color.
“Any alignment may also pose a risk to the financial stakes of the aggrieved. The fiduciary pie, and the potential for division, is a closely guarded point of concern. This is particularly noted in the decision-making from the primary partners in the Industrial BGI Complex: The NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition, Al Sharpton’s NAN, etc.
“The structural activities that form new construction, or cornerstones, of all BGI activity stem from, and are approved by, these central components of leadership - they are the approvers of all Professional BGI engagements.”
According to Sundance, the primary motivation for the group is financial gain.
He elaborates:“[Money] is the primary motivation behind all of the BGI activity. The second motivation, and all subsequent motivations, which might be sequentially listed, are to protect the first.
“Whether through redistributive enterprises such as Pigford I, and II, or through wrongful death exploitations like Martin Lee Anderson, and Trayvon Martin, all other considerations are run though the pre-filter question of:‘does this produce a financial award’? If the answer is no, then no further engagement is taken.
“No-one has ever been able to encapsulate an engagement by the modern BGI, or professional BGI, where altruism trumps the financial considerations. If there is no way to make money - then nothing is done.”
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I have heard it called SWR. For screw whitie repeatedly
Big Johnson

Columbus, OH

#3 Jul 8, 2013
-Clayton Bigsby wrote:
“The “BGI”, or Black Grievance Industry is an acronym developed to better explain the groups or affiliations who derive their sense of existence around race-based enterprises,” he says,“These are professional exploiters of skin color.
“The entire construct of their purpose and reason for existence is framed around skin color. Hence color defines not only their ideology, but also their associations. They are, in a general sense, perpetually aggrieved.
“While there are many local and national advocacy groups who could be considered ‘perpetually aggrieved’, the BGI is one of the best known entities because of the duration of exploitive enterprise.
“Everything surrounding the activity amid the BGI is race-based.
“Non-blacks are accustomed by indoctrinated training, by social pressure and by political correctness, to avoid pointing out the hypocrisy behind most, if not all, of the key BGI positions.”
Sundance maintains that “(i)nitially, the BGI was compromised of ‘civil rights’ leaders. The evolution away from civil rights and toward black only rights created a change in the central dynamic of advocacy.
“While Martin Luther King found himself aligned with any group or entity who was similarly fighting for equality, the modern BGI actually attack any other entity who would elbow into their place at the professionally aggrieved trough. The BGI believe some are more equal than others.
“The professional leadership within the BGI view alignment as risk; and while they may at times join hands with other interests, as soon as those interests present dilution of black messaging, they are dispatched quickly. Remember, everything is about skin color. Nothing else matters - just skin color.
“Any alignment may also pose a risk to the financial stakes of the aggrieved. The fiduciary pie, and the potential for division, is a closely guarded point of concern. This is particularly noted in the decision-making from the primary partners in the Industrial BGI Complex: The NAACP, The Congressional Black Caucus, Jesse Jackson’s Rainbow Coalition, Al Sharpton’s NAN, etc.
“The structural activities that form new construction, or cornerstones, of all BGI activity stem from, and are approved by, these central components of leadership - they are the approvers of all Professional BGI engagements.”
According to Sundance, the primary motivation for the group is financial gain.
He elaborates:“[Money] is the primary motivation behind all of the BGI activity. The second motivation, and all subsequent motivations, which might be sequentially listed, are to protect the first.
“Whether through redistributive enterprises such as Pigford I, and II, or through wrongful death exploitations like Martin Lee Anderson, and Trayvon Martin, all other considerations are run though the pre-filter question of:‘does this produce a financial award’? If the answer is no, then no further engagement is taken.
“No-one has ever been able to encapsulate an engagement by the modern BGI, or professional BGI, where altruism trumps the financial considerations. If there is no way to make money - then nothing is done.”
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“The entire construct of their purpose and reason for existence is framed around skin color. Hence color defines not only their ideology, but also their associations. They are, in a general sense, perpetually aggrieved."

Perpetually aggrieved over skin color. Sounds like a certain group of Topix posters. It is funny to see them so angry all the time!

Since: Apr 13

Hilliard, OH

#4 Jul 8, 2013
Big Johnson wrote:
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“The entire construct of their purpose and reason for existence is framed around skin color. Hence color defines not only their ideology, but also their associations. They are, in a general sense, perpetually aggrieved."
Perpetually aggrieved over skin color. Sounds like a certain group of Topix posters. It is funny to see them so angry all the time!
I agree...Rhino, Fry Queen, RU_Kissingass...all pathologically furious all the time.

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