Soul Alive wrote:My daughter is in Middle school here in the states, and she informs me some loser Black kid came and asked her for the answers to an assignment. She quickly told him, what have you ever done for me? I lol'd at how sharp she is. On a more serious note, I advised her to stay away from that type. She went on to tell me that when she refused to capitulate, he whined and fussed. Eventually one of her friends gave him the answers as well as loan him a pencil! I told her to avoid that friend.
Turns out when the dirt bag was done with the pencil, he threw it at the young lady who had just helped him. I teach my daughter from YOUNG to avoid most things Black and male.
Soul alive provided here, an example of the problem that black girls who are aware and want to distance themselves from the whole unhealthy will face. When other black girls, yield themselves and their bodies to the idea of venerating black boys and catering to their wants and needs, they actually begin to create an environment where every black girl, (even the ones who do not accept this state of play), will become endangered. Mothers must never shy away from discussing this issue with their daughters (the toxicity of black circles, the entitlement behaviour of black boys and the constant black female endangering appeasement and veneration coming from other black girls/women) and pointing out the clear examples as in this case, of what such a general dynamic brings about; the out of control sense of entitlement of black men/boys and the subsequent bodily and emotional harm of black girls in their line of sight.
AK wrote:The black girl said to her 'Come on Michelle man! I've been hit before plenty of times it's no big deal. Just go back down man you're holding up the bus!' I have to hand it to the biracial girl though she still stood her ground and refused to get up and she said 'No, I don't like being hit and he was there slapping me on my face going mad'. Then of course the WM driver stopped the bus and people had to get up and get out and wait for the next bus. A bunch of older white people were about to get on one of them had her young biracial daughter/granddaughter almost about to cry and the woman was cradling the girl's head.
Yes, you have black girls and black women actually contributing to this environment where black men are king. They shore it up, fetch the necessary players (i.e. other black girls who will serve and bow down to black men). They disarm other black girls who may think to resist. They wear them down with accusations that they are uppity, self haters etc, and cause them to doubt themselves and their desire to be treated with respect. They gather the surplus of black females that will be required for the harem of black men and to ensure that the number advantage and resultant devaluation of black women continues (this is why even black women who know that too many black women chasing black men has a negative impact on black women's ability to bargain for fairness and positive treatment, and who have even experienced what it does for the black woman's desire for fairness and respect, continue to push for black women to remain surplus to black men).
These black women and girls have become toxic to themselves and there isn’t much one can do but separate from and instruct your daughters to keep away from them and their circles or else they will work on you mentally and otherwise to recruit you to that social order and they will not rest, because a black woman operating outside this state of play an affront to them and their identity.
The 'Uppercutting' bus driver
|Shidea on right. Should she be punched or should she be arrested, that is the question.|
Most readers would have by now come across this incident widely reported on the net (if not type 'bus driver uppercut' in google. I find it very intriguing especially since a couple of days before I had written this:
...And let a black girl even tap a black boy lightly even in a playful manner, and that becomes a reason to viciously beat her down because, 'she hit me first'.
In this case the black girl in question Shidea N. Lane was without doubt very aggressive and as they say 'put her hands on the driver first'.
The driver made a curious statement, about how if she wanted to be treated like a man, 'he would treat her like one.' I think its a very telling one, that suggests underlining belief that black women who are aggressive need to be dealt with with brutal boxing ring force as opposed to being restrained (e.g. blocked, arms twisted behind their backs, shoved away). There was nothing in the driver's reactions that was about self protection etc as can be seen (the woman was standing before him calmly when he swung back and gave her that massive uppercut that even a man twice her size). His actions came from a place of hatred not frustration or self protection and I am not surprised (but many of you are curiously) that he has been suspended. His statement was a 'real' statement about where his heart was.
Apparently according to reports, the driver continued to fight with this passenger until he was separated by other passengers.
Well the bus service has issued its own statements
"His behavior is absolutely unacceptable. RTA apologizes to our customers for this incident."
I am glad it is the bus service that is holding to the professional and decent line (as usually is the case with black folks who don’t know what is decent), while black folks continue to argue about how she put hands on him first! (some of you might like to 'restudy' the video again and see if you can understand why the bus company took the line it did)
A significant number of people dwelling in black milieus have lost touch with decency and it is taking external people to reinforce and reimpose the idea and state of decency where black people congregate. Living in the black milieus can be deduced to lead to distortion of what is wrong and right and what is decent.
But the saddest thing in all this is that it is clear that even some who profess BWE, and BWE proponents have also lost touch with decency.
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