BW messed up 3 times and blame BM

BW messed up 3 times and blame BM

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Carol

Orem, UT

#3 Feb 12, 2013
Too many black men...

messed up 1 billion times and still blame blk women....

If blk women weren't available he'd blame blk children/infants...

If they weren't available they'd blame non blks..

Anyone but themselves.
Carol

Orem, UT

#4 Feb 12, 2013
Hopefully the criminals who set me up die in prison...

My kids and I did nothing to these animals....

and if we'd committed any crimes...

They wouldn't be selling drugs to raise bribe money to cover their outrageous corruption.
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#5 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
Too many black men...
messed up 1 billion times and still blame blk women....
If blk women weren't available he'd blame blk children/infants...
If they weren't available they'd blame non blks..
Anyone but themselves.
What has blackwomen done wrong, Carol???

If you say "nothing" then you're an IDIOT!!!!
Carol

Orem, UT

#6 Feb 12, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>What has blackwomen done wrong, Carol???
If you say "nothing" then you're an IDIOT!!!!
Real men need to deal with juvenile, self righteous yet criminal bastards like you.

I was home as a widow taking care of my kids. I didn't do anything to you.
THE RELIC

United States

#7 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
Too many black men...
messed up 1 billion times and still blame blk women....
If blk women weren't available he'd blame blk children/infants...
If they weren't available they'd blame non blks..
Anyone but themselves.
Your statements do not coincide with any historical finding of facts.

1. Bw participated in the Sufferage Niagra Convention and when suffragettes gainwd the the rights to vote in 1918, bw was excluded.

2. It was the unified efforts of AA's that gained AAW the right to vote (1965) and civil rights (1967). In 1968, bw announced, "I don't need a man".

3. Bw helped ww get the ERA passed in 1972. It was the bw, Congresswoman Shirley Chisolm that made the historical speech proclaiming the passagw if thwe ERA.

THIS IS WHERE ALL YA LIES FALL APART. 1978, the bw realized ww had used them and began the black feminist movement. Now, put up something factual instead of ya bullschitt lies.
THE RELIC

United States

#8 Feb 12, 2013
1978, bq broke away from the white feminist movement

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THE RELIC

United States

#9 Feb 12, 2013
Shirley Chisolm announced the ERA

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Carol

Orem, UT

#10 Feb 12, 2013
THE RELIC wrote:
<quoted text>
Your statements do not coincide with any historical finding of facts.
1. Bw participated in the Sufferage Niagra Convention and when suffragettes gainwd the the rights to vote in 1918, bw was excluded.
2. It was the unified efforts of AA's that gained AAW the right to vote (1965) and civil rights (1967). In 1968, bw announced, "I don't need a man".
3. Bw helped ww get the ERA passed in 1972. It was the bw, Congresswoman Shirley Chisolm that made the historical speech proclaiming the passagw if thwe ERA.
THIS IS WHERE ALL YA LIES FALL APART. 1978, the bw realized ww had used them and began the black feminist movement. Now, put up something factual instead of ya bullschitt lies.
Youre a conniving bastard or an academy award winning actor.
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#11 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
<quoted text>
Real men need to deal with juvenile, self righteous yet criminal bastards like you.
I was home as a widow taking care of my kids. I didn't do anything to you.
That wasn't the question, Carol.

I asked you what are black women doing wrong?

Until you can comprehend a question correctly without trying to give evasive answers, you are not qualified to determine who is and who is not a "real man"!
THE RELIC

United States

#12 Feb 12, 2013
1968 feminism invaded the AAC

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Frank

Clarkston, MI

#13 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
I was home as a widow taking care of my kids. I didn't do anything to you.
That's commendable, Carol, but that wasn't the question.

Black women are FAR from PERFECT and MANY of them DESTROY their relationships.
THE RELIC

United States

#14 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
<quoted text>
Youre a conniving bastard or an academy award winning actor.
When you can not refute historical "facts", you respond as predictable with narcissistic rage.

All ya got is nothing but, narcissistic rage.
THE RELIC

United States

#15 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
<quoted text>
Real men need to deal with juvenile, self righteous yet criminal bastards like you.
I was home as a widow taking care of my kids. I didn't do anything to you.
you can not answer a direct question without diverting to the drama technique of a persecuted victim.

It don't work wit MOSES and a pity party ain't in this thread

Level 1

Since: Feb 12

Atlanta, GA

#16 Feb 12, 2013
Bm and bw stop blaming each other and blame tha white ppl...it solves all tha problems. Ha-ha? I'm sure no one laughed...
THE RELIC

United States

#17 Feb 12, 2013
Carol wrote:
<quoted text>
Real men need to deal with juvenile, self righteous yet criminal bastards like you.
I was home as a widow taking care of my kids. I didn't do anything to you.
Real men?

Only an abusive woman would dare challenge a man's ego.

You stand here making allegations against bm abd when we nail ya azz against the wall, you play the innocent victim and hope we feel sorry for you.

I know about "busy body widows" and I don'r give a fk if ya husband died yesterday
Frank

Clarkston, MI

#18 Feb 12, 2013
sparkle1313 wrote:
Bm and bw stop blaming each other and blame tha white ppl...it solves all tha problems. Ha-ha? I'm sure no one laughed...
Well of course it's ultimately the fault of "the manufacturer"...the white man, but I was referring to the more local problems, for example, the black woman's infamous "attitude" and her arguing mouth!!!!
THE RELIC

United States

#20 Feb 12, 2013
sparkle1313 wrote:
Bm and bw stop blaming each other and blame tha white ppl...it solves all tha problems. Ha-ha? I'm sure no one laughed...
GTFOH KRACKKKA

You want to delete from the picture the agents of racism, white people and institutions, which either intentionally perpetrate or unintentionally collude with racism. As long as the focus remain on African Americans 's, racists can minimize or dismiss the African American's reactions, and never have to look directly at racism and the racist's own responsibility and collusion.

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Since: Feb 12

Atlanta, GA

#21 Feb 12, 2013
Frank wrote:
<quoted text>Well of course it's ultimately the fault of "the manufacturer"...the white man, but I was referring to the more local problems, for example, the black woman's infamous "attitude" and her arguing mouth!!!!
You can't change whats been imbedded in their heads passed down from mother too daughter.
THE RELIC

United States

#22 Feb 12, 2013
Black wrote:
<quoted text>Black women. Need us for emotional. And physical. Reasons. Sceptre the gay and interatial ones. It's. Too much self destruction. Out there to take a woman serious. After she tells you I don't. Need a black. Man for nothing! She is venting. For some reason And it isn't. My faltered.
"She is venting some reason".

Sam, your broken english may fool some but, I'm not some. Let me help you understand the "reason"

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Narcissistic personality disorder symptoms may include:

Believing that you're better than others

Fantasizing about power, success and attractiveness

Exaggerating your achievements or talents

Expecting constant praise and admiration

Believing that you're special and acting accordingly

Failing to recognize other people's emotions and feelings

Expecting others to go along with your ideas and plans

Taking advantage of others

Expressing disdain for those you feel are inferior

Being jealous of others

Believing that others are jealous of you

Trouble keeping healthy relationships

Setting unrealistic goals

Being easily hurt and rejected

Having a fragile self-esteem

Appearing as tough-minded or unemotional

Level 1

Since: Feb 12

Atlanta, GA

#23 Feb 12, 2013
Omg calm down LOL

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