Greer Authors ‘Reparations in Autumn’ Love Letters Ahead of U.S. Reparations Legislation
Los Angeles, Calif., 11-01-19, 11:59 p.m.—“It’s been less a disappearance than a self-imposed writing-in-total-solitude exile,” says Roy Greer, the shy, reclusive romance and reparations writer, on his weeks-long absence from social media. “Quietly, furiously writing, devising, and architecting monetary reparations content for the American Descendants of Slavery (ADOS) community. He’s back. And reparations for ADOS is now a national, increasingly global, conversation . . . better yet, a movement that has taken deep root.
“So many nonbelievers,” Greer continues. “Sadly, many black Americans whose lineage can be traced to ancestry from the killing fields of the American South either don’t believe, refuse to believe, or refuse to accept that a debt is owed our community, and it’s now or never. Median black family wealth is slated to decline to zero value by 2053, and that’s data-backed. It’s essentially death to our people.”
From his first essay on how the U.S. should compensate ADOS (published in 2016 on the Pamper-Her-Friday by Rg2 platform, entitled “Why Reparations is a Great American Idea” #318) to his “The Political Letters” series written to 2020 presidential candidates and political leaders, Greer (aka Rg2) has been on a mission: Addressing the centuries-long mistreatment of African Americans by the U.S. government—which continues to today.
“ADOS kids look up to black American entertainers, including rappers, singers, athletes and actors . . . too often these performers have failed us with their silence on reparations. Why should my niece and nephew (and our sons and daughters) support, follow and/or buy concert tickets and products of entertainers . . . enriching them while the ADOS community lurches into extinction, asks Greer rhetorically. “No more.”
Slowly but surely black Americans (ADOS) are seeing all the signs of the walls closing in on them economically and politically. Adds Greer: “Our families are devastated. Our marriages are beyond vulnerable. Our job/income prospects are increasingly scarce. Income inequality, the wealth gap between ADOS and anglo Americans, is horridly mega-gulf wide. We’re at ‘code blue’ as a people.”
The Democrat Party has lost ADOS voters. The Republican Party, after Lincoln, abandoned ADOS decades ago. Millions of ADOS votes are at stake, up for grabs, but what looks likely is a massive ADOS sit-out, down-ballot perhaps. ADOS are demanding quid pro quo going forward.
“A vote is money,” Greer continues. “Ask the Obamas . . . they’re well on their way to billionaire status. And guess which group of voters awarded Barack with the most votes by a voting bloc in the history of American elections? Yes, the ADOS community. Where’s the return on our investment?”
It’s only a matter of time until the U.S. Congress passes reparations legislation that begins to right the centuries-long wrongs perpetrated on enslaved black Americans and their descendants, ADOS, affirms Greer. “The lie, the malicious mistreatment and the deliberate neglect can go on for only so long. The reckoning is imminent. The collective, internal fire rages in the souls of the ADOS community. Our time is nigh.”
Those black Americans (ADOS) who never believed in redress/reparations and who continue to this day to not support our repair efforts or obstruct our movement will be compelled to sign binding, U.S. government-sanctioned documentation in which they renounce their rights to any and all monetary reparations once legislation is passed. “They won’t see the head nor tail of a reparations coin whatsoever,” adds Greer with dramatic effect.
Greer looks forward to publishing romance-inspired reparations content, including crucial inside knowledge of negotiations and progress, in the coming weeks.
“No More.” -Rg2
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