Back to the Plantation

How liberalism seeks to keep blacks in a permanent underclass

One of the vestiges of the plantation system which depended on slavery for its existence was the racial divisiveness perpetrated by economic elites to maintain their power and control over both blacks and whites. In simplest terms, this translates to “divide and rule.”

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Frank Yacenda

Frank Yacenda

Frank Yacenda is a writer, editor, blogger, and entrepreneur. He has been a journalist, PR practitioner, diplomat, and professor of writing and journalism.

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