Hillary Clinton Urges Women Not To Take Any Sh_t

Hillary says what we should all be thinking.

 

 

Found on The Daily Beast. Originally submitted by Brandon W.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

"I'm just trying to make a way out of no way, for my people" -Modejeska Monteith Simpkins

 

AFRICAN AMERICA IS AT WAR

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICA

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON AFRICAN AMERICANS

THERE IS A RACE WAR ON BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

AMERICA'S RACISTS HAVE INFILTRATED AMERICAN POLICE FORCES TO WAGE A RACE WAR AGAINST BLACK PEOPLE IN AMERICA

THE BLACK RACE IS AT WAR

FIRST WORLD WAR:  THE APPROXIMATELY 6,000 YEAR WORLD WAR ON AFRICA AND THE BLACK RACE

Original Post

  Crap!!!!  I can't view the tape.....but!   Speaking of women....dontcha just  HATE the ones who act like immature cunts?  And this is a WORD I depise to describe a twisted in the mind "female" but the definition is sooooooooo accurate and access the behavior so adequately that truly there are no other words to fit the characteristic-and I've looked.    I know I know I'm a woman and I shouldn't say this cuz I have daughters and such....but!  The truth is the truth and have nothing whatsoever to do with being politically correct.  Women should speak up for themselves....as well as other women should LEARN how to respect their female counterparts even if they DON'T agree with their perspective....it would SAVE a lotta unnecessary drama.  And they might just might get something outta of seeing something totally different.  Trust me,  But! 

  Sorry yall...since the kick off of the hoiday seasons, I've had to deal with some CRAZY azz women trying to control my program when they don't KNOW a damn thang about what I do. They just SEE the finished product.   Dontcha just hate that shyte?  I do.  Trying to appear ALL IMPORTANT!!!  And scare of the kids at the same time.  This happens to me EVERY holiday in the hood.  It NEVER fails.  Makes me want to STOP doing this.  Seriously,  And many of these women have degrees and are accomplished.  But HAVE no focking god-given COMMON sense they were born with.  Geez.    As why I've been venting here lately.  Two more weeks....just two weeks.  Well no, It's still Novemeber.  Oh man.....4 more weeks of this shyte?  If it wasn't for our black kids who look forward to this every year.....I'd take my ball and go home.  But I can't.  Lordy....help me please.    Okay.  Breath in.  Breath out.  As why I walk alone.   And have few close sista friends.  This here bull!!!  But!   

Koco, you probably have been chosen by unseen forces to do exactly what you are doing right now, because these kids need a person with your convictions and concern for Black children and young people.  I believe that things happen for a reason, and that if key people where not in key places, certain things would never manifest.  So, you are where you should be, doing what needs to be done, so don't let nobody stop you, don't let nobody turn you around.  

 

 . . . 'will place no greater burden . . .'

Sista Sunnubian wrote:  Koco, you probably have been chosen by unseen forces to do exactly what you are doing right now, because these kids need a person with your convictions and concern for Black children and young people.  I believe that things happen for a reason, and that if key people where not in key places, certain things would never manifest.  So, you are where you should be, doing what needs to be done, so don't let nobody stop you, don't let nobody turn you around.  

 

 . . . 'will place no greater burden . . .'

 

 

   aaaaawww.  Thank you so much my sista.  You always say the most appropriate and meaningful things during a time of need.  And I REALLY needed to hear that.  I feels like a MUCH needed hug.  Truly.   I feel MUCH better.   I guess there is HOPE for some of us sistas huh?  Cuz just knowing there are a few like YOU [still around] who totally "get it" makes these little increments of social change(however subtle and painsaking) worth it.  Thank you again.

  Somethin' wrong with my computer....but!  I said you always say the most appropriate and meaningful things during a time on need.  And I really NEEDED to hear that.  It felt like a much needed hug.  Thank you so that my sista.  I feel MUCH better now. 

Originally Posted by Kocolicious:

  This is a crazy machine....but I will repeat again!  Thank you sooooo much for that my sista! 

 

 

I really meant that to, Koco.  We, African America, needs an army of Kocos out there right now, and since I know what our children are up against, even if they don't know or understand right now, I truly appreciate people like you that actually do care about our children, any children, but, especially Black children since the odds are so often stacked against them.  

 

Honestly, it makes me think of how I feel about Hilary Clinton and women (anyone) like her, where, she did not have to live her life fighting for women's rights, civil rights, and families, but she chose to do so.  She could have lived a very happy, comfortable life just being another rich White woman in America, but she went out on a limb for the greater good.  That's the same way that I feel about a sister like you Koco, (everyone like you), that you do not have to live your life trying to help and save and guide Black children, I'm sure you could be living a comfortable fulfilling life without all the head ace (and heartbreak) that comes along with trying help and guide and be there for most at risk children, but you chose to step out on a limb for the greater good, and for the greater good of Black children and African America.  You will always have my most earnest respect.  And, if no one has done so lately, I want to thank you for all that you do for our children and our young people.

@ Sista Sunnubian:

 

My sista....you MADE me cry. Cuz there has been many times I felt unapprecicated in my OWN community with my OWN people trying to HELP our children to the point where I've had to ALWAYS to defend myself FROM own PEOPLE...especially the hood rat adults and the so-called academic elites. And testimony is how I am ALWAYS met with opposition here on the board with some of the brothas who don't totally understand the social increments I am implementing in our culture. They can't see it cuz it is NOT visual but evolutional. They talk about how HARD it is for a brotha...well lemma say this:  it is just as hard for a SISTA trying to PREVENT our children from committing generational genocide that has plagued our culture for more than 30 years. For years I have grown tired of just talk from my people. Not only do I have to fight massa but I have to fight my OWN people to do this work. But I understand that is NOT our children's fault that they were born into a severely mentally, psychologically andf socially dysfunctional disturbed famiy dynamic.

 

I am in the trenches doing all I can. But I am getting focking tired fightin with c&nts and brainless pr$ck to HELP their children. My children are ALL grown. So the motivation to continue this legacy is to ensure that those children on MY WATCH will get the truth about their history in connection with their position in this world. And so when they make a conscious decision as an adult....it will be a CLEAR one without the twisted propaganda and racism  that may cloud their judgment. It's the least I can do. I never have been interested in tryin to impress anyone, white or black. I just wanna do the work cuz I know it's the ONLY way we can continue to progress and regain our excellence as a people. Thank God I've had my significant other in my life to shield me from the social ignorance festering in our people's soul otherwise I would be this female bushwhacker violently ambushing those kneegrow naysayers trying to sabbotage the vision for OUR people.  And thank god there are folks like YOU who gets in. Truly I feel blessed and a whole lot better knowing that there are sistas [and brothas] who support what I am doing. Cuz some black folks associate the word "support" with money or child support. Maybe that's why they are not as supportive as they should be for their own children. But! That's not my fight. They need to grow up to self-power themselves by educating themselves regarding our cause. Many don't and that's why it's always a fight. Cuz they rather be RIGHT than do RIGHT.  As why they make a lotta noise with no resolve. And why I always say "just cuz you talk loud and long" doesn't mean what is said has meaning or significance or even an impact-it's just a bunch of empty words searching for an audience. My journey has been long and hard and I'm getting more tired and losing my temper more often...but what I know for sure is I cannot stop now-like the song says "we've come too far to end it now." And it's folks like you Sista Sunnubian ...who  are the intellectual beacon of light needed to keep focus this holiday season. Your words are the encouragement I need to continue. Thank you sistagirl. I feel your black unity.

I didn't mean to make you cry, but, hey, sometimes a good cry is the most therapeutic thing you can do (I believe a good earned cry cleanses the soul).

 

But, you know Koco, when you really look at the world and history, what you really see is that it always is, and has always been, the ones that stood alone, crying in the wilderness, that have made all the differences that have been crucial in the human rights, civil rights, women's right's, the rights, protections and safety of children, and the in intellectual, spiritual and social evolution of humanity.  

 

You may feel alone, but you are not alone in your efforts to create and leave a positive, useful, constructive imprint (or blueprint) for humanity, for Black children and for African America.  

 

Whenever you feel tired or like giving up, just remember how alone some of our most dedicated activists, like Sojourner Truth, Harriet Tubman and Malcolm X, just to name a few, may have felt at the time, when they were trying enlighten, educate and guide our people to freedom and/or away from harm and away from self-destruction.  

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