How to Start Your Black Family Dynasty (Part I)
Why is it that some families maintain their health, wealth, and property from one generation to another? Their children are not spoiled but are industrious? The parents and grandparents are respected? Why does the family grow in number and power and continue to contribute generation after generation to business and government?
In this series, I will show you how to turn your family into a dynasty, with you or your elder as the head of a mighty family. This is of course intended for the Black family. Noone, absolutely noone talks about this ever, yet the true nature of power is that family can transcend a bond that is stronger than business and thus make the best corporation ever. Don’t take my word for it, look at the world families alive now that control the world. They are more powerful than nations and very frequently bring nations to their knees at a whim. The Black family is plagued by slave mentality and I intend to break all of those idiotic teachings that have gone on before. As close as most Black families are, they have yet to realize what tremendous potential power they could wield. They instead enjoy petty politics among the family and let outside influences destroy them constantly. It rarely dawns on the Black family that they could easily break from the yolk of modern day slavery: JOBS. It goes without saying that it is an uphill battle to fight against all the propaganda thrown at the Black family: you should have a job; you should be a Christian; you should be a Democrat. All of these messages seek to destroy the Black family and destroy the Black mind. Break us down and destroy us. That way, we are easily parted from our money. That way, we stay at the bottom of the rung on the ladder of success. We stay at the cheap labor pool level. It is obscene.
Then someone like me comes along and says, “your religion is fake, your political beliefs are fake, and you’re being used.” It’s a bitter pill to swallow. And many Black families think they know better. I’m not seeing the results. If your way is better, why are we behind Mexicans, who just got here. Why are we behind Cubans, who just got here. Why is it every racial group that sets foot on US soil, immediately surpasses our household income within a few years. Numbers do not lie. Your god is fake, your politics are fake and you’ve been sold a bill of goods that keeps our entire race at the bottom, year after year, decade after decade. I’m here to wake you up. Keep reading this series, and we will do more than just sit around complaining. And, yes, I am doing all of what I’m saying, myself.
Introduction to a Family Dynasty
By definition, the “zaibatsu” were large family-controlled vertical monopolies consisting of a holding company on top, with a wholly owned banking subsidiary providing finance, and several industrial subsidiaries dominating specific sectors of a market, either solely, or through a number of sub-subsidiary companies.
The zaibatsu were the heart of economic and industrial activity within the Empire of Japan, and held great influence over Japanese national and foreign policies. The Rikken Seiyukai political party was regarded as an extension of the Mitsui group, which also had very strong connections with the Imperial Japanese Army. Likewise, the Rikken Minseito was connected to the Mitsubishi group, as was the Imperial Japanese Navy. By the start of World War II, the Big Four zaibatsu alone had direct control over more than 30% of Japan’s mining, chemical, metals industries and almost 50% control of the machinery and equipment market, a significant part of the foreign commercial merchant fleet and 60% of the commercial stock exchange.
The Big Four zaibatsu (四大財閥?, shidai zaibatsu) of Mitsubishi, Mitsui, Sumitomo and Yasuda are the most significant zaibatsu groups. Two of them, Mitsui and Sumitomo, have roots stemming from the Edo period while Mitsubishi and Yasuda trace their origins to the Meiji Restoration. Throughout Meiji to Showa, the government employed their financial powers and expertise for various endeavors, including tax collection, military procurement and foreign trade.
Today, the influence of the zaibatsu can still be seen in the form of financial groups, institutions, and larger companies whose origins reach back to the original zaibatsu, often sharing the same original family names (for example, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation). However, some argue that the “old mechanisms of financial and administrative control” that zaibatsu once enjoyed have been destroyed. Despite the absence of an actualized sweeping change to the existence of large industrial conglomerates in Japan, the zaibatsu’s previous vertically integrated chain of command, ending with a single family, has now widely been displaced by the horizontal relationships of association and coordination characteristic of keiretsu (系列?). Keiretsu, meaning “series” or “subsidiary”, could be interpreted as being suggestive of this difference.