Conspiracy in the City: Endemics, Democide, and Expedited Gentrification Joseph Gibson

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Published: September 5th 2007

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Conspiracy in the City: Endemics, Democide, and Expedited Gentrification by Joseph Gibson
September 5th 2007 | Kindle Edition | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, RTF | 204 pages | ISBN: | 6.17 Mb

Gentrification, or more specifically urban gentrification, is a process in which low-cost, physically deteriorated urban neighborhoods experience physical renovation and an increase in property values, along with an influx of wealthier residents whoMoreGentrification, or more specifically urban gentrification, is a process in which low-cost, physically deteriorated urban neighborhoods experience physical renovation and an increase in property values, along with an influx of wealthier residents who typically replace the prior poorer residents.

Expedited gentrification is the artificially accelerated removal, via incarceration and/or democide, of the original inhabitants of those urban areas marked for gentrification, which in America typically means poor urban minorities, primarily African-Americans. History argues that the most efficient and effective way of expediting gentrification could be via an organic or artificial (i.e., man-made) syndemic.

A syndemic may be the consequence or means of democide. A definite demographic reducer, a syndemic, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), is defined as “two or more afflictions, interacting synergistically, contributing to excess burden of disease in a population.”There exists an unacknowledged HIV-spawning syndemic derived from urban joblessness and drug addiction that is expediting the gentrification of America’s cities by artificially accelerating the removal, via incarceration and/or democide, of the original inhabitants of those urban areas marked for gentrification, which in America typically means poor urban minorities, primarily African-Americans.

The root cause of this African-American HIV-spawning syndemic is endemic urban unskilled labor obsolescence attributable to corporate automation, suburbanization, targeted mis-education, and globalization, which collectively increases the urban Black “underclass” that inevitably become the terribly vulnerable target population for expedited gentrification.Whether expedited gentrification via this HIV-spawning syndemic generating the democide of African America is all an eerie coincidence or a federal government-assisted conspiracy is difficult to definitively conclude—but not impossible.

The most fascinating characteristic of this HIV-spawning syndemic is the perceptible lack of urgent Black HIV endemic prevention by the federal and state governments, which is arguably criminal negligence. Whenever a particular population is killed in large numbers as a result of government policies this too is democide. What has been the effect of government HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment policies among poor urban minorities? Is there enough evidence to suggest that even if the U.S.

government did not intentionally initiate the HIV-spawning syndemic, then it was at least criminally negligent in not preventing it? This is the essential question of this book, and throughout its pages you will find many unsettling answers.



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