Remember the name Dr Kizzemia Corbett. Chances are you have never heard of her, but the scientific community surrounding NIH and the vaccine industry knows very well who Kizzemia is. She heads the NIH Vaccine Research Center as a viral immunologist.
Here is the Wikipedia’s byline on her:
In my book, Dr Kizzemia Corbett deserves a Nobel Prize for her work developing the vaccine.
When every citizen enjoys equal social and economic equity, the whole country rises to their collective level of success.
STAKEHOLDER DEMOCRACY AT WORK
What does the success and the genius of Dr Kizzemia Corbett tell us about ourselves? For one thing, it says that when given the chance, anyone in this country can be a success. It also tells us that the concept of a stakeholder democracy works when applied evenly and equally without any racial bias. Dr Corbett’s success is the result of her hard work, but it is also the result of her escaping the systemic racism and oppression we see before us against the black communities. Her rise to such high level of achievement is due partially to avoiding the racist deprivation of equal opportunities to all.
Now, just imagine how many Corbetts are unable to achieve what she did because we stifled their chances to rise to new heights. When we inflict upon our nation a deliberate self brain drain based on racism and bigotry, we depress the economic outlook of the whole country. It’s like pulling our nation downward because so many could have achieved but did not because of discrimination, bias, and outright racism.
The opposite is of course true. When every citizen enjoys equal social and economic equity, the whole country rises to their collective level of success. It’s a no brainer, except to the racists who insist on smothering the potential black Americans present in the form of excellence and higher achievements.
We, as a nation, have to stand-up to racism. In doing so, we are helping our country rise to its maximum potential when the full cadre of its societal members have equal chances at succeeding.
WHY POLICING MATTERS
Ask yourself how many black families racism destroyed in our country when black fathers are thrown in jail by hideous police officers for one excuse or another — like resisting arrest, which is the most notorious reason corrupt police officers use to manhandle black people — in order to break a black family apart by blowing their children into the wind. These children often land on side roads, or out of school looking to supplement the income of a broken family.
There is a good reason why I am tough on policing in America. Halting the rise of the likes of Dr Kizzemia Corbett starts with racist police officers intentionally breaking the law to decimate the fabric of a black family.
We, as a nation, have to stand-up to racism. In doing so, we are helping our country rise to its maximum potential when the full cadre of its societal members have equal chances at succeeding. Dr Corbett proves this point amply.
So, remember the name of Dr Kizzemia Corbett for accomplishing so much when given the chance. She symbolizes American excellence free from the racist bigotry we have been witnessing the last four years.