It is a take off on "Diplomatic Immunity" defined as such:
Diplomatic immunity is a form of legal immunity and a policy held between governments, which ensures that diplomats are given safe passage and are considered not susceptible to lawsuit or prosecution under the host country's laws (although they can be expelled). It was agreed as international law in the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations (1961), though the concept and custom have a much longer history. Many principles of diplomatic immunity are now considered to be customary law. Diplomatic immunity as an institution developed to allow for the maintenance of government relations, including during periods of difficulties and even armed conflict. When receiving diplomats—formally, representatives of the sovereign (head of state)—the receiving head of state grants certain privileges and immunities to ensure that they may effectively carry out their duties, on the understanding that these will be provided on a reciprocal basis. As one article put it: "So why do we agree to a system in which we're dependent on a foreign country's whim before we can prosecute a criminal inside our own borders? The practical answer is: because we depend on other countries to honor our own diplomats' immunity just as scrupulously as we honor theirs."
In the Black community I define "Democratic Immunity" as follows:
The allowance of certain behaviors among elected or activist Democrats that would otherwise be grounds for a purge of the individual and the party by the Black voter and/or resident if such actions were conducted by an individual outside of the community's scope protection. Such a pass is given to this individual because the Black community assumes this person has greater utility to its general interests and thus they should not be taken out for such an infraction. The standards and integrity of the Black community is lowered. Once the operative understands how the game is played - there is no turning back. The community will be the net loser.
Point Of Evidence #1: Clayton County Georgia
Reporting on the continuing drama in Clayton County Georgia is like reaching my hand into a small barrel of big apples. The content is so plentiful it has become too easy.
AJC: Clayton County residents Tuesday accused the county commission of turning into something like the former school board: a group of bickering politicians who wasted taxpayers’ money.
First some background. Clayton County is south of Atlanta/Fulton County. Approximately 6 years ago the county's population tipped and it became metro Atlanta's second "majority Black county". Subsequent elections saw the Black Democrats work to purge the "Good ole boys" out of office. They were White Democrats by the way. Today the county is a 100% Democratic governed county. The people have spoken.
Since this time long running battles with the school board (that preceded the population shift) have boiled over resulting in school superintendents departing and the final fatal blow - the loss of accreditation upon the school board by SACS. The entire school board was purged - all 9 Democrats being booted by a judge or the voters.
The election of 2008 exposed the "Democrat on Democrat", clique based infighting that is peppering the governance of the county. The sheriff was deposed. There was a battle of the century for county board chair and a few board seats.
Last week the county board chair filed a lawsuit against the board asking an external judge to define the balance of power between the chair and the board.
The article tells of how some residents of the county are striking back. Upon seeing the continued fighting among their government and noting the damage to the credibility of the county in regards to its schools - they are speaking out. They have asked those who have been given the authority by the voters to be mindful of the county's best interests rather than their egos.
Clayton County has experienced a substantial exodus over the past few years as many of these issues have come to a head. Three counties to the south of Clayton - Fayette, Henry and Coweta - all three Republican dominated counties have experienced an influx of former Clayton residents. They have decided to move rather than fight.
As a resident of Fayette County I know of a different story in regards to those who have departed. Many African-Americans in particular have departed Clayton County and the Democrats to live among their conservative, Republican ideological adversaries - thus escaping the chaos of their former progressive bastion. In doing so they have tacitly noted their preferences with respect to the consumption of a certain living order. In effect they like the standard of living that these areas afford them.
Just as the blooms upon a tree come spring time allows the observer to determine the type of tree is in view - so is the case with many of those residents up have taken up residence in "ideological enemy territory" come election time. In many northern Fayettte communities where Black residents have migrated to - they have shown to still prefer a Democratic straight ticket despite the fact that "their party" has injured their interests in the area they previously lived within.
Democratic Immunity is a fit label in that the instantiation of total Democratic rule and the resulting consequences that triggered their relocation was not enough for them to choose to VOTE OUT the offending individuals and their party. Instead the voter choosed to MOVE OUT and gain protection in a new zone. Now that they are a minority ideology in their new found location they continue to vote for their beloved party.
The proper question is not "Why do they continue to vote for the Democrats despite their new location". The key question to ask this person is "Why are your living preferences so out of out of line with your electorial choices?"
What caused you to uproot yourself in pursuit of your mental peace rather than working to uproot the offending political machine that was so distrubing to you?
To be clear - My goal IS NOT to provoke Blacks to vote for the Republican Party.
My only goal is to have the Democratic Party purged from the racial nucleus of Black people. Once this party and its machine is put in its proper place it is my belief that my people will begin to start acting in alignment with our goals in the cultural space now that the American political space has been scaled back into its proper placement.