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Systemic annihilation of black people.

Nah they pretty much off each other without outside provocation. Something as small as perceived "disrespect " is enough to murder another person.  (Mar 16, 2013 | post #96)

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Black Men Ain’t Sh*t?

Negativity is based on point of view. But I'm not wrong and that's what matters.  (Feb 23, 2013 | post #186)

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Black Men Ain’t Sh*t?

Its funny how white men get thrown in from your side of the gender line. Black males haven't supported Black women as much as you'd like to think. The political activity of black women up until the 60's proves this. Black women took initiative to address their own concerns while simultaneously lending support to "Black" (code for black men) issues. For some reason black men believe black women didn't become politically active until the 60's which shows you just how much they consider black women apart of the black collective versus a by product of it. Let's face it, black males never have & never will make space on the Black Agenda for black women's concerns. Black males see themselves as black first and men second which allows them to maintain victim status to avoid social scrutiny (I noticed that you misinterpreted that but under emotional duress certain perspectives are hard to absorb, you are forgiven). My point is simply this; Black women will do better socially, politically, and economically if they leave black males to their community, it is theirs after all-black women just breed for them. Think of it this way; fewer non-marital births which will reduce poverty, less time pursuing non-reciprocating relationships, reduced stress, enhanced physical safety, and the most important, the "freedom " (for lack of a better word) to explore their femininity and not the over-sexed, irresponsible, and slutty women promoted in black male owned media/music.  (Feb 23, 2013 | post #181)

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Black Men Ain’t Sh*t?

I notice you didn't dispute the idea of black women being mules for the black collective. No matter how many times I bring that up no one seems to want to refute that its the space black males (and their groupies) believe black women should occupy-Mammy 2.0 in 2013 right?  (Feb 23, 2013 | post #170)

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Black Men Ain’t Sh*t?

I see I've upset you. That wasn't my intent but then again black males see advocacy for a better quality of life for black women as a zero sum. Most men from other groups are indeed looking for signs of stability and femininity inside and across cultural and racial lines. Lets be frank here, black males see themselves as black first and we see where that gets them. Black women tried that and were the worst for it. Living as women works best, what really sucks is that you know this and still would deny black women that.  (Feb 23, 2013 | post #169)

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Black Men Ain’t Sh*t?

I don't know if I agree with everything negative about black males but I will add this perspective. Black women should living the life of women, not someone a black person who happens to be a woman. The black demographic has a warped view of femininity that doesn't transfer to other cultures or above the middle class. What black men are looking for isn't the same as what other groups of men are looking for. The former has a very lax approach to marriage, family, financial stability, and affection. Unfortunately black women have adapted to that and its unnatural, no to mention stressful. So maybe it's less about Black men are worthless and more about black women trying to make something function that was never meant to. I would recommend black women distance themselves from the black male demographic and women who support it. I suggested this on another thread for safety reason but in this case to relax and be women instead of mules for the black collective that doesn't really make a place for them to be that.  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #133)

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African American Man Tries To Return Ownership of Self To...

I put Henry Simms in the Google search engine and the last link on the first page says: "Henry Simms - Property Search"  (Feb 20, 2013 | post #25)

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IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

I haven't made any disclosures on this thread so this looks silly.  (Feb 11, 2013 | post #209)

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IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

I didn't suggest distancing themselves from all men, just black males. There is no real consequence in doing so, not that I can think of at the moment anyway.  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #194)

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IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

@BlackElite I fixed the typos in the joke for you. There is rapist terrorizing a quiet suburb. A white woman comes home holding her neck. Her white husband asks "Honey, what's wrong?" She says "I was attacked and raped". He sits her down and dials 911. Around the corner an Asian woman comes home holding her elbow. Her Asian husband asks "Honey, what's wrong?" She says "I was attacked and raped". He makes her some tea and takes her to the police station. A block over a Hispanic woman comes home holding her back. Her Hispanic husband asks "Honey, what's wrong?" She says "I was attacked and raped". He takes her to the emergency room and sends male relatives to find the attacker. Across the street a Black woman comes home bleeding from the nose and mouth. Her Black boyfriend asks "The F*** is wrong wit you?" She says "I was attacked and raped" He asks "Was he black?" She says "Yes" He asks "What did you do to piss him off?!"  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #177)

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IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

I get asked this a lot.  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #176)

African-American

IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

I have to agree with this. Sex trafficking and gang rape are heavily promoted in the rap genre.  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #175)

African-American

IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

If a black woman is in a relationship with a black man she might want to move to an area where he can be monitored by neighbors and law enforcement. I would suggest she keep a journal if his behavior so if something should happen to her there is a record. Being in a relationship with a black man already affects the health of black women (elevated stress level, depression, lack of emotional support, etc.) so you'd wonder why she would act against her own best interests by doing that. But at least she can find relief by following that suggestion. What aspects of racism require black male protection? So far I can't think of anything especially when the threat to safety is internal.  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #174)

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IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

I just made up a little joke, I think you might find it amusing. Don't worry it fits well within the discussion. There is rapist terrorizing a quiet suburb. A white woman comes home holding her neck. Her white husband asks "Honey, what's wrong?" She says "I was attacked and raped" He sits her down and dials 911. Around the corner an Asian woman comes home hold her elbow. Her Asian husband asks "Honey, what's wrong?" She says "I was attacked and raped" He makes her some tea and takes her to the police station. A black over Hispanic woman comes home holding her back. Her Hispanic husband asks "Honey, what's wrong?" She says "I was attacked and raped" He takes her to the emergency room and sends male relatives to find the attacker. A Black woman comes home bleeding from the nose and mouth. Her Black boyfriend asks "The F*** is wrong wit you?" She says "I was attacked and raped" He asks "Was he black?" She says "Yes" He asks "What did you do to piss him off?!" That sounds about right doesn't it?  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #171)

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IRBW That Were Killed By Their White Men

The very dangerous and real consequences of black women placing the black male ego before their own safety is a higher rate of intra-racial intimate partner violence (that includes sexual assault, homicide, and abuse). than other groups of women. The links show this. I don't mind explaining what you might have found difficult to deduce, despite it being clear.  (Feb 10, 2013 | post #159)