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The main problem with the "white people do it too" excuse is that it suddenly takes a problem that is fixable within a small group and turns it into a GLOBAL problem which nobody could fix. And it works every time with the BC!
John Legend, Russell Simmons, and Danny Glover just produced a new documentary that shows how the war on drugs (aka the WM) destroyed the Black community. The fact that they produced this movie tells me how much BM and their coddlers are devoted to keeping BM unaccountable. The director promoted this documentary on The Daily Show about 2 weeks ago.
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Why Do We Always Have to Be Reminded that "White People Do It, Too!"
@AJ2011 "Date White, Save Your Life" LOL Could be the title of the next pro-IR BW book. It definitely catches your attention. Has a Black Women Deserve Better ring to it. Cher's book title actually shocked me a few years ago when I came across it on Amazon: I was like "OMG! Can people say this stuff out loud?! *adds book to shopping cart*
@Brenda55 "Use your talents and resources to create that better product."
Yes! That's what I hope more people get and will be inspired to do. I could give two sh*ts what DBR-BM, "Good BM" and their coddlers plan to do. This is more of a wake up call to those who want something different. It's amazing how Messiah Simmons knows coddling and uplifting Lil Skeez is what the community wants. Truly disgusting. In the BC and Black world in general, every problem a BM is causing (colorism,OOW syndrome,crime,brutalizing BW, rejecting BW for being BW) can be remedied by telling us how the BM is suffering or that their abhorrent behavior is a global problem, among all groups, not a personal one. They're a lost cause. I don't care what other races of men and women plan to do with BM but every BW needs to start writing them out their reality and personal narrative *insert obligatory "not all BM of course blah,blah,blah*. They've proven to be useful tools for non-Blacks but they're of no benefit to BW (the Black race as a whole if we wanna be completely honest) I think BW should think and act like pioneer women now.
I've said some pretty inflammatory things, so I know a troll will pop up with "You just hate BM!" BUT That's gotten a little redundant don't you think? To keep accusing a group of women of hating a group of men who have proven time and time again to be unlovable for the last 4 decades?
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Russell Simmons Speaks Out on Lil Reese Beating. You Buying It?
@Neecy Once again it was all about how we could help this rabid animal, he was the real victim in all of this. I'm really tired of the "it's all the single mom's fault"/"she chose those men" tone these articles always have. BM always write themselves out of EVERY situation. They were the innocent victims of single mothers so they go on to impregnate more women and abandon them and their offspring because Whitey and the mom's, who chose not to abort them, raised, fed, and clothed them alone "smh* They'll say anything to avoid ANY sort of responsibility while promoting phony masculinity ala the Lil Skeezes of the world. If a BW chooses only to deal with these type of men, she needs to just bite the bullet and get her tubes tied (like my cousin did after her second baby with the baby daddy number two *smh*). We don't need any more victims, male or female being brought into the world.
Did you notice in the article, that Russel turned a problem that is worse in the BC, into a global problem suddenly? "Domestic abuse is everywhere, in every trailer park and in every project building and in every rich, gated community." Gawd, what a punk! By turning this into a world problem he once again deflects the attention of BM and makes it seen like abuse is unconquerable. BM are masters at this and it comes so naturally to them. THEY DO THIS ANY TIME A DISTINCTLY BM PROBLEM COMES INTO QUESTION. We're always reminded that it's a global problem when THEIR abnormal behavior is looked at.
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Thanks to Social Networking, Lil Reese and Def Jam Records are on Notice.
@Toni_M What's sad is how BM (aside from the Taliban) are the only men who think this way. Other races of men are taught not hit women no matter what because it's never a fair fight (sorry feminist but men are physically stronger, most of the time, lets admit it). It's considered cowardly. Showing self restraint is a sign of true masculinity. Sadly, most BM and BW don't get it. I hear BM and BW saying "rachet women" deserve such treatment. Other races of women teach their boys that it's not ok to beat up ANY woman, b/c once you make it ok for some, then it's a done deal. Chaos. Then any woman they don't agree with deserves to be beat down. I've never heard non-BM in mass claim "some women deserve to be hit"
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Time To Stop Denying The Jihad Against Black Women & Girls: Most Black Women Killed By...You Guess.
@MySmile Exactly, non-blacks don't bring that crap into their real lives
@DeepWater "I'm just wearing nice shorts and nice top" Lol
What's embarrassing is how average women dumb themselves down to fit the image of the video vixen. Or dumb themselves down to excuse bad behavior. It's like these BW have tunnel vision: we've got to support the brothas! The don't realize how trying to fit the image essentially makes you look like a doormat. Why on Earth would you want to be mistaken for the girl Nelly swiped credit card through? This segment BET did was pretty irritating but it's another example of BM being unaccountable followers and BW dumbing themselves down to excuse the behavior. If you get near the end on women even wants to give credit to Nelly for simply gracing them with his presence lol
@astringofpearls Haha, yeah Russell Simmons trying to put together a coherent thought was painful to watch. It was the usual "Well, there's nothing I can do about that, and we as a people..."
@astringofpearls Oh, and the silly BW in regards to rap lyrics: "They're not talking about me!" "If they're not talking about you personally, you shouldn't be offended" *2 HOURS LATER* "Why are all these men grabbing me?!" These BW never understand how much contempt BM have for them, when they don't set standards. Chris Rock even made a joke about BW not thinking it was them being talked about in rap lyrics. Accept reality, people!
Random BM: "Well some of these females is bitches and hoes" I don't know how many times I've had to stop myself from delivering a swift nut punch to almost EVERY BM who parrots this in my personal life. Seriously, even zombies don't follow the crowd like BM.
@astringofpearls Just finished watching it. Byron Hurt seems like he had his heart in the right place BUT everyone went right back to "Blame the WM! They own the companies!" or "It's WM that wanna hear this stuff" *eyeroll* After, watching it I concluded BM were generally passive followers, who KNOW they're just mindlessly following others but feel powerless to do anything about it. Despite all the posturing, not one of them is willing to step up and start their own record companies, promoting the positive messages they claim they want to hear.
My respect for them actually declined even more, surprisingly, after watching this.
The white hip hop fans were just as silly. I wasn't buying what that WW said about hip hop being away to explore another culture. Then Byron asks her and her friends if it promotes stereotypes and they all agree it does. Uh, hello? That's a bad thing lol None of them actually want to know black people, they just use hip hop to feel more enlightened than their ancestors. However, Byron, I was not distracted: he kept deflecting the attention away from BM seeing BW as sperm dumpsters by saying "Well, American culture objectifies women as a whole and worships violence." I wish BM were honest. Can they honestly say non-BM have let misogyny and violence destroy their communities the way BM have let it destroy theirs? As usual it ended with the "We as a people..." blah,blah,blah...Chuck D did say BM have to step up at the end, but when you spend an entire hour blaming WM, I doubt anyone's gonna remember that part. I thought it was ballsy of him to address the homo eroticism: Mos Def and Busta Rhymes were such posers! They got absurdly uncomfortable. Like, 10 minutes before they were talking about being from the hood, and how tough it made them *smh*
@Tammy_Ghalden Lol The comments are ridiculous, people keep saying women shouldn't hit men first. Hello? Did you actually watch the video. I'm pretty sure if a BM walked up to some random BW, and shot her, these same people would say "she may have been a stranger, but you know women shouldn't act all hard" *proceeds grope other shirtless BM* That kind of logic renders BM irrelevant in the grand scheme of things.
@Jamila @DeepWater Wow *smh* BM identified much?
@Tammy_Ghalden @Toni_M LOL! He didn't even think about it, it just popped out after the said Polish sausage *smh*
@kisumai Haha! I asked my mom why she was with my dad still and she gave me the same "because of the children" explanation *smh* She's always been extremely anti-divorce: she hates the idea of having a second husband.
6 months, 3 weeks ago on Watch this Short, Award-Winning Film on Interracial Relationships in Germany: Schwarz Weiss Deutsch
@Tammy_Ghalden lol did you? Sorry, haha.
Signed it and shared it with my sister (our social butterfly) to spread the word.
I think this sausage fest of "music" video offers a clear picture of the average BM subconscious: They really only worship each other. They didn't even have a bunch non-BW gyrating around (those videos are just all about BM worshiping other BM who non-BW are paid to salivate over, once again ALL about them) And the lyrics "A Snitch nigga, that's that sh*t I don't like! A bitch nigga, that's that sh*t I don't like! A punk nigga that's that sh*t I don't like!" Sheer poetry lol The whole obsession with the no snitching policy is another way the BC keeps BM unaccountable for anything. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WcRXJ4piHg I think the illiterate little thug is actually wearing the same hoodie he had on when he beat up the that woman.
Little background info on me: My parents came from Sierra Leone, West Africa (Mende tribe). My mom grew up in England (moved there to live with her dad and step mom when she was 13) My parents both moved to the U.S. in the 80's. Maybe how the African men treat African women depends on the tribe but here are my family's experience with sexism. This clip, somehow, reminds me of the lame feuds I see on YT about African women being better than AA BW (Western BW in general)
I notice that a lot AA BM and some Western WM see African women as more submissive and they're not too wrong. From watching my mom and female relatives, they put up with A LOT from their husbands. I never got the feeling that my mom loved my dad or vice versa but she believed it was her duty to put up with the domestic abuse and rampant infidelity from my dad. My mom said that my dad's sexist attitude towards women was normal among Mende men. And I see a lot of Mende women, like my mom, who marry, have kid's, act all happy go lucky and live with controlling abusive men. Hence, I'm not buying the whole "African women laugh more!" bit. No, they just cry a lot in private and vent to other African women.
My cousin (a "traditional" Mende woman) married an AA BM and she let's him treat her like crap aka "he can be the man" in the relationship. Another, married a WM who saw her as submissive (she's indecisive and soft spoken), abused her and left after she had their kid. However, I noticed my favorite aunts (both born and raised in England, ones a judge and the other does missionary work) actually vetted the men their still married to. One is married to a Mende man and the other a Jewish WM. Since, like me, they were born in Western countries, they didn't feel the need to behave "traditionally" and since they had standards, they we're able to find men who actually loved them for them.
I guess the whole point of my story was that insecure men naturally gravitate to women who appear to be more submissive lol? But the character the actress is playing: sorry her comments just annoyed the hell out me but they're typical and I had to say something.
@thecrazyartist @onthewaydown @Kels @astringofpearls Most will simply jump on anything that makes them feel superior to BW. Haha, I bet if his "friends" said that about BM, it'd suddenly be racist. BM have got everyone believing racism means "doing something bad to BM". They heavily promote racism against BW, so non-blacks have an outlet in BW for any deep seated racism they need to let out (how is one ok with dark skin and nappy hair on BM but not on BW? lol). This is why when BM and non-blacks talk about racism, I let out a good and hearty YAWN. They almost never know what their talking about, since they've never actually experienced or honestly faced it. Posers. The lame thing is non-blacks simply view these BM "friends" as cute pets that make them feel like good people lol
@Toni_M @thecrazyartist Haha, I was thinking that. Non-BW are simply a tool to let BW know how superior BM are to us*eyeroll* Don't be distracted by non-BW, IT'S ALL ABOUT THEM, ALL THE TIME . It's sort of like how WW use extreme feminism to let WM feel their Goddess wrath lol Sorry, BM: we put you on that pedestal and we can take you off it.
@astringofpearls @LionMama This is why I respect gay/bi BM who are brave enough to come out of the closet despite the hypocrisy and homophobia of the BC. Down-low BM are nothing but dangerous cowards who deserve no sympathy.