To be honest, Black males don't give a fuck what happens. Black males are not interested in conquering and taking over shit. Black males just wanna stop being fucked with at this point.
When did you become the spokesperson for black males? What makes you think you can speak for them?
And Black people are like, "Sure go ahead, we'll be here to retweet whatever you want us to retweet."
And what makes you think you can speak for "black people"?
This is typical white man 'language' [always thinking they're in a position to speak for everybody ]
Who made you the spokesperson for White males, how do you know what White male language is...
Unlike you (as you often write in negative generalizations in connection to black men & black people), I'm not claiming to speak for white males, I'm claiming to have observed the language of racist white men who typically use the same hate-filled verbiage, and this typical racist white man 'speak' can be found all over message boards and blogs.
It never fails, white people are quick to get offended by racial observations that's a pretty common opinion based on engaging in conversations with, well, white people (on the regular).
And it's true...
You should run for president or something because you seem to have all the answers for everybody.
Not to mention your tendency to speak for groups of people (negatively) that you may or may not know.
So you speak for me, that you do not know...an individual and you make an observation on me - calling me a White male - multiple times...because you KNOW White male language - like White men have a language or manner of speaking that is common to them...
So you generalized White males equate me to being a White male and you do not KNOW me...
Typical. I am not even gonna bother pointing out the logic of what you said - it probably went over your head or you just have no problem with being a hypocrite.
I don't write in negative connotations, I write in realistic terms. I don't sugarcoat shit or try to explain it away or go on a racial ego trip.
I don't put a value or a moral on what I say because there is no point - there is no feelings involved - either you live or you die either you are barely surviving or you are thriving - these are either/or propositions. Why I am going to put feelings involved, shit happens, it is what it is.
I don't know why people put their feelings and emotions involved in political discussion. There is nothing to feel. It is not a relationship. There is data and facts. That's how politicians to legislators to constituents propose legislation.
I can go on any street corner in the USA, in the Black part of town and see Black men, doing absolutely nothing. They are just there. Young Black males are one of the most unemployed population. 70 percent of Black mothers are single mothers. College educated Black women marry down - what group of women consistently marry fucking down. Black males are the most imprisoned population on Earth.
These are facts and it is observable. You can go look for yourself.
Black men as whole, we have no societal function. We are not employable. We ain't husbands. We are not providers. We are out of the house fathers. We die every minute. We are the face of every single crime in the USA - from robbery to domestic violence.
Now we have a Black political movement that is inherently against us as leaders of Black society...
This isn't a moral judgement, this is just what it is. Instead of getting offended or whatever Black people do when they hear shit they don't wanna hear.
1. Look it up for yourself
2. Say I am wrong/right
3. Wonder how you can fix it
I don't propose solutions or give people answers. I don't want to be the leader of Black people - because like I said - there is nothing in it. You get killed - you get sick - you get kicked out the country - your family goes poor - black people go back to doing whatever they were doing before you got there - because Black people do not have a direction or purpose for being and Black people damn sure ain't trying to find one.
And I hate the USA, why would I want to president?
I know what I want to do. I know what people like me want to do. That's all that matters to me.