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“glorified work permit”

Level 1

Since: Jul 07

Toronto

#1 Dec 20, 2009
Please understand that your so called success is by design.. You have a higher success rate in school b/c the curriculum is not setup for black males to succeed. you get jobs b/c you are less intimidating and accept your oppressors standards. You are being put at odds with your soul mate destroying the natural order of things and you accept it proudly.. You boast and brag.. emasculate and belittle your kings.. eagerly swallowing the BS the media feeds painting your soul mate as worthless. You are being played sister..I guess all your degrees and accomplishments didn't make that apparent to you. Strung alone by the oppressor whose world you want to succeed in so badly, The oppressor who uses you to keep your king down. Until the black man reclaims his place..there is no black family and no black community..When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?

- Justiz
A Black Woman
Chas0x01

Spring, TX

#2 Dec 20, 2009
Women will always gravitate toward the alpha male. All women do this and it can be very disturbing when you recount the examples. French women were all over the German occupation forces and had no problem being used as sex toys by the Germans, and spies and informants against the resistance movement of their own country men. You can go all around the world and see the same thing. Women will not support a weak man. If black men want the full support of his woman he needs to stop being weak.

“HOREM AKHET”

Since: Dec 09

Location hidden

#3 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
Please understand that your so called success is by design.. You have a higher success rate in school b/c the curriculum is not setup for black males to succeed. you get jobs b/c you are less intimidating and accept your oppressors standards. You are being put at odds with your soul mate destroying the natural order of things and you accept it proudly.. You boast and brag.. emasculate and belittle your kings.. eagerly swallowing the BS the media feeds painting your soul mate as worthless. You are being played sister..I guess all your degrees and accomplishments didn't make that apparent to you. Strung alone by the oppressor whose world you want to succeed in so badly, The oppressor who uses you to keep your king down. Until the black man reclaims his place..there is no black family and no black community..When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?
- Justiz
A Black Woman
yes you're right.i'm sure you've heard of the willie lynch letter.that confirms you're right.now..uh,o a more serious note,..how big are your breast?
Peace

Lilburn, GA

#4 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
Please understand that your so called success is by design.. You have a higher success rate in school b/c the curriculum is not setup for black males to succeed. you get jobs b/c you are less intimidating and accept your oppressors standards. You are being put at odds with your soul mate destroying the natural order of things and you accept it proudly.. You boast and brag.. emasculate and belittle your kings.. eagerly swallowing the BS the media feeds painting your soul mate as worthless. You are being played sister..I guess all your degrees and accomplishments didn't make that apparent to you. Strung alone by the oppressor whose world you want to succeed in so badly, The oppressor who uses you to keep your king down. Until the black man reclaims his place..there is no black family and no black community..When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?
- Justiz
A Black Woman
Good post.
Peace

Lilburn, GA

#5 Dec 20, 2009
rameses326 wrote:
<quoted text>yes you're right.i'm sure you've heard of the willie lynch letter.that confirms you're right.now..uh,o a more serious note,..how big are your breast?
..And you a btch for that comment.
Moses

United States

#6 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
Please understand that your so called success is by design.. You have a higher success rate in school b/c the curriculum is not setup for black males to succeed. you get jobs b/c you are less intimidating and accept your oppressors standards. You are being put at odds with your soul mate destroying the natural order of things and you accept it proudly.. You boast and brag.. emasculate and belittle your kings.. eagerly swallowing the BS the media feeds painting your soul mate as worthless. You are being played sister..I guess all your degrees and accomplishments didn't make that apparent to you. Strung alone by the oppressor whose world you want to succeed in so badly, The oppressor who uses you to keep your king down. Until the black man reclaims his place..there is no black family and no black community..When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?
- Justiz
A Black Woman
Are you a college graduate? Are you a white collar or blue collar worker? Have you ever worked in the human service fields? Will you answer these questuons?
Moses

United States

#7 Dec 20, 2009
rameses326 wrote:
<quoted text>yes you're right.i'm sure you've heard of the willie lynch letter.that confirms you're right.now..uh,o a more serious note,..how big are your breast?


How do you know he's right? Willie Lynch who and what does he have to do with anything?
Moses

United States

#8 Dec 20, 2009
Peace wrote:
<quoted text>Good post.
What is good about it? It's full of jealousy, envy, lies and assumptions
Rich Girl

New Orleans, LA

#9 Dec 20, 2009
I had this one guy tell me that I made him feel less than a man because I made more than him. Had another guy tell me he was jealous of me because I went to Alaska. Had another guy call me high maintnance and he did not like my hair because I cut it short(Had to because my hair was damaged because of the perms and hair dyes). When my friends and I go out to events the brothers rarely come and talk to us unless we know them from college or highschool. We have white guys talk to us or thuggish brothers looking for a sugar momma. We went to a carnival ball in February one guy walked up to her and she new him from college and they had this old guy stalking us. This one dude told me to move my big gehind ball gown out of the way but he stepped on me and did not say excuse me. We went to dirty linen night in the French Quarters there were hardly any brothers except for 2 college kids. Another example we went to the movies at the pool(A local hotel shows movies poolside). This fine brother tried to hit me up for sex and I told him NO. We even went to the Asian American festival at the museum of arts we say very few blacks there. I mean were are my cultured black men in New Orleans? I mean the women are out there looking for the men. The pickins here are slim and the brothers with a lot to offer know it.
MDJ

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#11 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?
- Justiz
A Black Woman
Schitt, when most of them stop dating/marrying and procreating with White Women.

Not all Black Women, are the problem.

It takes to to TANGO!

And as much as i love black men.........pacifying, some of them and their behavior does'nt help either.

Both parties should be held accountable for their actions.

If it's all about making the black race stronger.
Nothin but the truth

Randolph, NJ

#12 Dec 20, 2009
Orbm can get off there assess and like all other men be useful to society as well ad themselves. Blaming white people and society is dead. You fools tell bw to wake up but bm are sleeping. Wake the eff up. The system was against you one time. Back in slavery. Frederick Douglass picked up his book and paper and taught himself to read. So if he can do it then why can't bm do it now? Laziness? Probably. Bm like this are slaves and they don't even know it. Blaming the wm died out once mlk spoke and especially since Obama brought his assss to the podium. If they can do it then so can you. Stop blaming and start living. Even immigrants are succeeding then bm are. Isn't that a damn shame? Wake up bm. Wake up.
justiz4once wrote:
Please understand that your so called success is by design.. You have a higher success rate in school b/c the curriculum is not setup for black males to succeed. you get jobs b/c you are less intimidating and accept your oppressors standards. You are being put at odds with your soul mate destroying the natural order of things and you accept it proudly.. You boast and brag.. emasculate and belittle your kings.. eagerly swallowing the BS the media feeds painting your soul mate as worthless. You are being played sister..I guess all your degrees and accomplishments didn't make that apparent to you. Strung alone by the oppressor whose world you want to succeed in so badly, The oppressor who uses you to keep your king down. Until the black man reclaims his place..there is no black family and no black community..When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?
- Justiz
A Black Woman
Nothin but the truth

Randolph, NJ

#13 Dec 20, 2009
I agree
MDJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Schitt, when most of them stop dating/marrying and procreating with White Women.
Not all Black Women, are the problem.
It takes to to TANGO!
And as much as i love black men.........pacifying, some of them and their behavior does'nt help either.
Both parties should be held accountable for their actions.
If it's all about making the black race stronger.

“glorified work permit”

Level 1

Since: Jul 07

Toronto

#14 Dec 20, 2009
Moses wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you a college graduate? Are you a white collar or blue collar worker? Have you ever worked in the human service fields? Will you answer these questuons?
Yes, masters in economics. Not a worker an entrepreneur. I was once a white collar successful day trader. I have volunteered, donated time and money in things that relate to the human service field. What's your point? please lose the defensiveness if you'd like to have a discussion.

- justiz
MDJ

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#15 Dec 20, 2009
*two*

“glorified work permit”

Level 1

Since: Jul 07

Toronto

#16 Dec 20, 2009
MDJ wrote:
<quoted text>
Schitt, when most of them stop dating/marrying and procreating with White Women.
Not all Black Women, are the problem.
It takes to to TANGO!
And as much as i love black men.........pacifying, some of them and their behavior does'nt help either.
Both parties should be held accountable for their actions.
If it's all about making the black race stronger.
it amazes me how strong black women portray themselves..yet have no idea the true depth of their strength. A nation rises no higher than its women.. so the despair that black men suffer is not just a reflection of them it is a reflection of us (black women) as well. This in turn ruins our families which ruins our communities.

you can go tit for tat..I know primarily the burden of restoration lies on the back of the black woman.. some say that's too much to bear.. but your bearing the effects of it any way..

- justiz
try thinking

Dayton, OH

#17 Dec 20, 2009
Chas0x01 wrote:
If black men want the full support of his woman he needs to stop being weak.
And that's pretty much the long and short of it.

“glorified work permit”

Level 1

Since: Jul 07

Toronto

#18 Dec 20, 2009
Peace wrote:
<quoted text>..And you a btch for that comment.
thank you.
MDJ

Since: Apr 07

Location hidden

#19 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
<quoted text>
it amazes me how strong black women portray themselves..yet have no idea the true depth of their strength. A nation rises no higher than its women.. so the despair that black men suffer is not just a reflection of them it is a reflection of us (black women) as well. This in turn ruins our families which ruins our communities.
you can go tit for tat..I know primarily the burden of restoration lies on the back of the black woman.. some say that's too much to bear.. but your bearing the effects of it any way..
- justiz
Maybe. And not Tit for Tat. We can agree to disagree. I always love your posts and i respect them. So don't mis-understand. Your opinion is respected.

But also.........

The true strength of some strong Black Women can be broken down to weakness when that Black Man does not have the best interest for the Black Woman. Sometimes, we to sit back and allow them to be men. And not always pacify. No matter how hard it is.........they have to learn from their experience.

And not all Black Men. But there are some.
try thinking

Dayton, OH

#20 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
Please understand that your so called success is by design.. You have a higher success rate in school b/c the curriculum is not setup for black males to succeed. you get jobs b/c you are less intimidating and accept your oppressors standards. You are being put at odds with your soul mate destroying the natural order of things and you accept it proudly.. You boast and brag.. emasculate and belittle your kings.. eagerly swallowing the BS the media feeds painting your soul mate as worthless. You are being played sister..I guess all your degrees and accomplishments didn't make that apparent to you. Strung alone by the oppressor whose world you want to succeed in so badly, The oppressor who uses you to keep your king down. Until the black man reclaims his place..there is no black family and no black community..When will you wake up and stop aiding in his demise?
- Justiz
A Black Woman
I do not agree with you at all. Well, I do agree with the success part BUT racism hasn't made life any easier for black women either..In fact, whose more affected by the imbalance in this country due to our skin color and sex then black women? We are boxed in like no other group in this country. I have a good husband who is black BUT I had to be damn near perfect to get him. I told him that. It has gotten to the point where I see our "brothas" accepting average from other races but wouldn't dare accept it from black women. That isn't the black womans fault. So, Black women need to keep our standards high and not lower them for anyone..Furthermore, When I was single I didn't mind dating a man who didn't have much BUT if he didn't know how to string two sentences together I would dump him quicker than a hot potato. I didn't have time for foolishness & you it seems are sending a message to black women to settle and that is absolutely the last thing black women need to be doing. I feel any man who wants you or finds you sexy, beautiful, with something to offer will rise to you regardless of what--and that should be the man any woman wants..not some man who wants everything easy (as we've heard so many men say nowadays)--why would anyone want a man who thinks like that when speaking about a possible mate?

“It ain't ova!”

Since: Mar 09

Heaven

#21 Dec 20, 2009
justiz4once wrote:
Please understand that your so called success is by design..
1.“Success” only comes to those who work hard for it. It never precedes the necessary sacrifice. Don’t take from the validity of a black woman’s hard work or focus.
2. How does someone create a curriculum that is a sure fit for black females, but akin to rocket science for black males??? Are you serious? Do you really believe these curriculums are designed according to a black woman’s ability to succeed at them?
3. I can almost agree with a woman being less intimidating, but accepting our oppressors’ standards? What might those be, besides just completing the tasks of the job description as required? Do people really care that much about us being black women, or just having someone who they can rely upon to complete the job as necessary?
4. Haven’t met many black women who boast or brag about anything. Don’t know where you’ve met these women. As far as emasculating and belittling, I find that is a normal function of every corner of society regardless of one’s sex or color. Those who have critical or negative personalities, live to criticize or belittle. Nothing new. Take a look at Topix. LOL If a black woman finds certain men as “worthless”, trust me, it has nothing to do with “the media,” but likely her own experience with one or a few bad apples.
5.“Strung along” is the last position you’ll find black women. We are often criticized for the independence we have been forced to rely upon. For decades, we have been the major force in the black family’s survival. Where would many black families be if not for most of us black women?
6. The world does not belong to the “oppressor” so why would you view it as such? The world belongs to all of those who inhabit it. It is up to each living individual to work their own special talents along with their personal standards/values for living, plus outside opportunities to take their part in possessing their portion. Every human being should have a desire to succeed or be happy in their world. That success is different things to different people.
7. We teach people how to treat us and we get what we allow. Every man is responsible for himself. Sure, there are those who rob, steal and oppress others, but once a victim, not always a victim. With each new day comes another opportunity for change. The wise will see the opportunities and seize them.
8. No man should project onto others, problems for which only they have the remedy. Any strong, black man can succeed. Do some research and you’ll find many who do. And if they don’t, it certainly isn’t the black woman who’s at fault. We have enough hard work to tend to: education, employment, home purchasing, child care, elder parent care, grandchildren care, husband care, etc., etc. We don’t need any more whiners, but we could sure use strong supporters.
9. Funny, some women don’t have to lift a finger to do anything. Everything is provided for them from the home to the house cleaner and the nanny. Yet when faced with abandonment, they are clueless and must learn how to take care of themselves and their children. Yet, some folks complain when black women want to work to establish a great life for themselves? No black woman should apologize for this. No, we won’t complain as the situation in which many of us find ourselves only serves to make us stronger. We learn to multitask and many of us do it very well. Many of us must raise the children alone while maintaining the new career or business and can only hope that God provides a male supporter who isn’t out to subtract, but to add to our lives. Whatever the case, we will more than survive and not be deterred by those who live to project a negative light on our accomplishments.
10. Do your thing black women. You weren’t created to walk with your head down in shame, nor is anyone your lord but your maker!

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