Black People hate white people for WHAT THEY DO. White people hate Black People for WHO WE ARE. That’s the difference. That is why Keke is wrong. When we hate, we’re hating the violence done unto to us. When we hate, we’re hating the system that allows for corrupt terrorists to hold more power, over an disenfranchised group. When we hate, we’re hating how our culture is mocked, and dehumanized but is then stolen and sold to us for a fee while being told we’re beneath the very culture we created. When we hate, it’s cause our Blackness is viewed as an inherent difference that is negative, and evil. Black hate is the result of white hatred. Hate Doesn’t Breed More Hate, one hate (white hate) caused and continues to cause violence, and dehumanization against a group of people. The other is logical, and emotional conditioning formed out of centuries, and present day reinforcement of Black oppression. -bitteroreo
i need ferguson to go down in history books. i need school children in the year 2074 to learn about michael brown being shot on august 9th, 2014 by officer darren wilson. i need this to spark a movement. this can not lose the focus of society a mere month after it happened.
This would assume that the event had some sort of representative quality in the context of American culture, and important changes happened because of it. When I think new millennium, I don’t immediately think of cops shooting kids in the head. It’s just not something that regularly occurs or should regularly occur in the future. This was a tragic crime committed by a tragically disturbed or confused man. I don’t think his uniform or status enters into the crime itself. Of course, it could be interpreted that way, and you could say the entire framework of local law enforcement has it out for young black men, and seeks to destroy them at every opportunity. I happen to think this is a misinterpretation based on irrational, knee-jerk associations. Sorry, this post caught me in a mood.