A Syndrome is a set of symptoms and signs that are usually due to a single cause (or set of related causes) and together indicate a particular physical or mental disease or disorder. The reader is about to embark on what is known as the Synectics Model. The Synectics Model is an educational approach that emphasizes creative problem solving and the development of teaching methods that enhance ones creativity, such as encouraging metaphorical thinking. In that, the metaphorical perspective in this writing reveals anomalies that social scientist dare not to touch. Dr. Bomani antagonistically say’s “In Your Face” Dr. Phil and Dr. Drew, come analyze this topic you fraudulent erudite’s.
Dr. Frances Cress Welsing (1991), eludes to the Caucasian Collectives perceived fear and/or threat of the African-American Male by postulating the following, “The war of white genetic survival attacks the functioning of Blacks in general, but it most specifically attacks the Black male, as it is the Black male who most specifically threatens white genetic survival at a level the Black female is unable to approach.”
The King Kong Syndrome establishes and preserves the “Menacing Black Brut” and/or African-American Male Threat in the Caucasian Brain Computer. If this were not the case, than Caucasian’s may grow sympathetic to the harsh treatment towards African-Americans, as in the case of the redundant and/or almost ritualistic repeat of movies like “King Kong” and “The Planet of the Apes”. One must understand the fact that if African-American males are not contained and/or reduced to the level of a beast in the Mainstream Caucasian Collective, in order to squelch curiosities of Caucasian women that may contribute to “White Genetic Annihilation” or what’s known as, “The Jane Goodall Fantasy”. Clearly there is an intelligent and diabolical mind at work when themes like Slavery, Black Power and Revolution can be masterfully harnessed and played out on the big screen. Like clockwork, Hollywood seems to know exactly when to release updated versions of “King Kong” and “The Planet of the Apes”. In that, there appears to be a correlation in the release time of “King Kong” and “The Planet of the Apes” and economic down turns in society. Funny, but can it be that keen Hollywood Minds possess extensive data relating to human development and/or human behavior that these Hollywood Minds know exactly what images to project in order to satisfy the public’s cravings? In that, a rat addicted to drugs will begin to withdraw and ultimately self-destruct until the experimenter administers the proper dose of drug that satisfies the rats’ addiction. Therefore, the Mainstream Caucasian Collective does not have to place African-American’s in physical bondage as long as the perceptions and mental focus of African-American’s are captured and/or captivated by pictures and images that African-American’s consciously and subconsciously identify with.
A subliminal message is a message that programs the subconscious mind, causing an unconscious behavioral response. The subconscious communicates in a different language than the conscious mind. It has an internal operational language that speaks only in picture. These images are the fabric and substance of the subconscious mind. Therefore, in a snap shot analysis of the motion picture “King Kong”. King Kong is captured and enslaved for the sole purpose of providing Caucasian’s with profits and entertainment, very similar to the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade that occurred in America. The over arching climax in the film reveals powerful symbols related to what Dr. Francis Cress Welsing refers to as, “The war of white genetic survival”. Hence, King Kong (The Menacing Black Threat) climbs to the top of a skyscraper (Symbolic Phallic and/or Penis) and like Black Sperm oozing from the tip of a penis King Kong (The Menacing Black Threat) is shot down by what Caucasian’s call the “Great Equalizer” or the Gun (Symbolic Phallic and/or Penis.) Even more revealing is that statistics show that Caucasian Police Officers are more likely and/or psychologically predisposed to shooting and killing unarmed African-American males under the guise that the Caucasian Police Officer thought the African-American male had a weapon. It would be interesting to study if the shooting of African-American males by Caucasian Police Officers dramatically increase after the release of movies like, “King Kong” and/or “The Planet of the Apes”. Can someone say “Dissertation”?