Family, I feel a certain type of way today. Expletive! Expletive! Expletive! We tread above water long enough to survive until were fitted for cement blocks by privilege scoundrels hidden agendas implemented to eradicate Black People mental capacity of considering hope.
Have we entered into a modern day Black Wall Street? Bruthaz and Sistaz must reinvent themselves constantly as our unsavory counterpart manipulates the Matrix with moneymaking schemes unyielding to fairness or common decency.
Black Slaves begat Freed Slave which begat Black Sharecroppers which begat Black Farmers who are the last of a dying breed. Defeating Black Farmers economy is the beginning, as the grandness of history shall predict a revolving outcome, since the Black Troubled Farmer is fast becoming another statistic kindred to Bruthaz and Sistaz jail statistics in America.
Black Sharecroppers rented small plots of land from (master) a landowner in return for a portion of their crop, to be given to the (master) landowner at the end of each year. In the rural South, the government Bamboozled OUR Ancestors with the “forty acres and a mule” BULL to redistribute land and serve as restitution for the pain and suffering former slaves endured. But the hidden agenda need to bailout the privilege families led to massaging the southern economy that sucked because privilege families were uneducated in farming the land that they owned. Disarray ensued after the abolition of slavery and the ruin of the Civil War, whereas federal backsliding used the Reconstruction era between southern (master) landowners crying foul because they needed aid to reestablish a labor force and regain control over Freed Blacks seeking Really Real economic freedom and liberty.
Black Farmers from Louisiana and the Mid-South, allege that Stine Seed Company businesslike tactic to financially hinder their economical freedom Bamboozled Black Farmers with non-germinated products at the Mid-South Farm & Gin Show in March 2017.
The Black Farmers said the distributor working for Stine Seed Company used labeled certified seed backs — tampering with factory sewn seals, in order to remove the certified seeds. The distributor would then sell the fake certified seeds to black farmers at a high price.
The farmers bought more than $100,000 in soybean seeds from the distributor, plus an additional $100,000 purchase in chemicals according to WMC Action News 5.
Privilege life is good and striving when puppet-masters swimmingly issue agreements of paying privilege farmers not to grow crops and labeling it as a part of the Agricultural Adjustment Act (AAA) premeditated to aid agricultural prices by reducing surpluses. The grateful American Government purchase livestock for slaughter and paid farmers subsidies not to plant part of their land. This is not technically “pay-to-play,” or an formal bribery tactic but it smells like horse Sh!t.
Privilege bleached agricultural price support programs configured to guarantee that farmers could always sell their crops for profit. The price support program meant that privilege farmers had to incur the expense of plowing their fields, fertilizing, irrigating, spraying, and harvesting them, and then selling their crops to the government.
Question: What are the odds of the Black Farmers recouping stolen monies?
Answer: Slim to none or a heavenly intervention based on today standards.
Question: Will Stine Seed Company get a sympathetic jury of their peers?
Answer: Absolutely, because long money best short money.
Question: What will happen to the Black Farmers?
Answer: A drawn-out and agonizing methodical waving the white flag surrender legal instrument proposal unless the public outcry is strong.
Unfortunately, Family the outcome is unpredictable but rotten. There will be several legal attacks orchestrated against the Black Farmer until they are in financial distress or force to relinquish their properties to the corporations of America.
Hopefully we can have a repeat of 2013 where the Black Farmers were awarded a nice settlement:
After years of protests and lawsuits, Black Farmers in the south will begin receiving payments this week as a result of a $1.2 billion settlement in their discrimination case against federal agriculture officials. About 18,000 farmers in total are expected to receive checks over the next few days, according to reports from The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi.
Nonetheless, like minds can stand with the Undying Black Farmers as they refuse to submit to the dying breed syndrome as they fight until the privilege betray one another!!!