Monday, November 30, 2020

Imagine You are a black Teenager, and You Can Blame All black-Caused Problems on White People and Whites Will Suck Up to You, Right and Left!

By An Old Friend

N.S.: Have a gander at the pathetic, supportive comments from Whites.


OPINION EXCHANGE 572719461 Imagine you are a Black male teen in north Minneapolis

... walking down the street in your north Minneapolis neighborhood, afraid each step may be your last. Just like me. By Marcus Hunter II

OCTOBER 12, 2020 — 5:55PM

Imagine being looked down upon by your society [translation: by White people] as the aggressor in every situation.

Imagine not being able to step outside of your home without feeling as if you have a target on your back, fearing that you will be shot where you stand.

[Shot by whom? Not by a White policeman. The danger comes entirely from other blacks.]

Imagine that every time you walk down the street in a city you call home, you are constantly and anxiously looking over your shoulder, wondering if the next couple steps you take will be your last.

I am a 17-year-old, African American man [sic] with ambition and a determination to be heard and to stand up for his Black brothers and sisters collectively.

This is our reality every day in the United States of America.

[Racist liar! You and your black “brothers and sisters collectively” are the problem, and you cause it for Whites and Asians.]

Imagine watching the news or monitoring social media and seeing somebody who looks just like you being killed. You know that could be you in a body bag.

[“Being killed”? By whom? He’s talking about black street scum, some of whom (e.g., George Floyd) weren’t even killed by the police, and other black criminals who tried to kill policemen, and got their just deserts.]

Imagine watching your Black brothers and sisters being dehumanized in unimaginable ways, slammed onto the street by the police, covered in blood, pleading for mercy. This is your so-called protection, law enforcement, that you depend on for safety.

[What on Earth is he talking about? This is practically pornographic.]

Imagine feeling like the whole world is against your prosperity and facing constant reminders that you will never succeed in life.

[Whites do nothing but help scum like this kid. It is blacks who seek to harm you.]

Picture the following: You’re walking down the street of your own neighborhood headed to the gas station or grocery store. You are not bothering anyone and your only focus is getting to your destination. You come across a group of Black men at a stop sign on the way to the store.

As you are walking toward them they stare you down intently. You are stopped. One of them comes forward and asks you, “Who you with, what’s yo’ set.”

[Then why do you blame Whites for your problems? You are as phony as a three-dollar bill.]

You have no response. Nervousness and fear kick in. You do not have an answer to give to the man questioning you.

“I’m not with all that,” you say.

Moments like those drown your mind and consciousness in a pool of fear, scarring you emotionally. Giving the wrong answer in moments like these can cost you your human dignity, or your life.

[But you support that world, so shut up!]

Going to school as an African American male is a very different experience in today’s society. I come from a family in which the highest academic achievement is a high school diploma. So there was not much discussion of an educational future.

[Different than what? Your sentence was ungrammatical, due to its dishonesty.]

Growing up, I’ve used academic achievement and accolades, working toward success — “making it out” and using school as an outlet to escape the struggle and adversity I face every day. We are faced with the reality of our Blackness and what comes with it on many occasions.

[But you’re not terribly bright. Your academic “accolades” are the stuff of inflated grades due to affirmative action--more black privilege.]

I am grateful for the rare opportunity to attend a private high school. But, in that context, I feel very different from my peers, especially coming from the experience of poverty throughout my childhood. I have a constant feeling that I am alone and that I do not belong. I was not granted the same tools and opportunities that people who do not look like me were given. [If only. You live a life of cradle-to-grave black privilege. It is White boys who are disadvantaged.] It’s made me feel very different from those around me. I’ve felt excluded from certain conversations because of the experiences that I missed out on due to the disadvantages that come with being Black and poor.

[He’s not excluded from anything.]

I face the constant reminder that I am not good enough to live a life in America. To be Black is emotionally and mentally draining on levels that are unexplainable. [He’s full of it. If it were real, he could explain it.] We are in a so-called “free society,” where I have never truly experienced freedom. [black rhetorical bombast.] I do not feel free. I do not know what freedom is. I am afraid of the world I live in, afraid of what will happen to me tomorrow. Every day I wake up to these thoughts and I go to sleep with them.

[If he truly lived with such fears, he could never bring himself to write this pathetic, racist rant.]

It angers me that I have younger cousins who have to experience constant gunshots in my North Side neighborhood. [But the shooters are all black!] It angers me that they will have to go through the same process of experiencing the weight of their Blackness.

These are things that run through my mind constantly. [The only thing that runs through your mind constantly, is your baseless, obsessive, racist hatred of Whites.] These are things that are a part of me. I cannot escape. How can you ever get a break when you feel like your race is being hunted and you feel like a target is on your back every time you step out into the world?

Imagine all of these things; imagine it was your reality.

[I don’t have to imagine anything. I live in a society dominated by black supremacists like marcus hunter ii, and their White “allies.”]

Marcus Hunter II lives in Minneapolis.

October 12

Marcus, this is a very well written piece. I am sorry you have all this weight on your shoulders. If I may, would you please look up Candace Owens, Larry Elder and Brandon Tatum, and review some of what they are saying about their Blackness? You may get a little different narrative that is worthy of your time and consideration. I hope you and your family can indeed find the justice and peace you all deserve. All of MN is cheering for your inevitable successes.


Thanks to Marcus and to Realty. I too am rooting for Marcus

October 13

i can’t tell if you’re using the “Black on Black crime” argument or not.. but assuming u are, u should know that EVERY race is much more likely to murder someone of their own race. Using “what about Black on Black crime?” is used to justify or dismiss violence towards Black men and it’s not even a valid point. But if i misread your comment and you were just saying that people are more likely to kill within their race that’s my bad have a great day



Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Ever hear of the "Moorish Sovereign Citizens"? They are a black supremacist group that doesn't recognize government authority or personal property rights, they have been trespassing into Seattle area homes and demanding the residents give up their homes so they can live there.
OK, they are negro's and they do what they do but it occurs to me that if they were to obtain some kind of government backing it's possible they could confiscate your homes. Recall how in Sweden the government is actually requiring people to give up their homes to accommodate refugees?
Seem impossible to happen in the US? Why couldn't it? Biden is in office and has made it clear that globalism is his highest priority, the media keeps white guilt in our faces 24/7 and we are one stroke away from a racist black/Indian woman as President. Where are we going to house the millions of 3rd world migrants that will be pouring in? Our public spaces are filled with homeless already and police are not allowed to discourage them, it's just a matter of time before a negro or Muslim knocks on your door with police behind them and demand you house them.

Anonymous said...

Imagine this same,White blaming black,running for office and in a few years,as more blacks populate the country and get voted in along strictly racial lines--they achieve enough power to go beyond the blame game and head straight into White extermination.

You'd have black mayors,police chiefs,governors and probably radical nig federal executive officials--President Michelle Obama,DuVernay etal.ALL looking for the death of Whitey.

Who would stop the murder of Whites--not Whites,based on what we witness today,in circumstances far more favorable to remedying the situation now--but we don't.

Many Whites will fight back for survival then,it will be a bloodbath on both sides.How it ends,is impossible to say because China/Russia might just come in and take all of the weakened country over.
Not too far from now in the future.We could avoid it if Whites united,but instead,many of our race wash our hands of "White survival".

It's a total mystery to me--even taking into account liberal colleges,courts etc.Except for 2016 and Donald Trump--we've done nothing.


Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Nothing illustrates the negro inability to grasp basic math more than that nonsense. On average, 1 negro a day is killed by cops. There are 40 million of them in this country, which means their chance of being killed by a cop is so minute it's statistically negligible. Whites are actually 4 times more likely to be killed by cops.
On the other hand, around 5,000 blacks are murdered every year, by other blacks. Let's compare 400 deaths by cop per year to 5,000 per year by their own brethren. Then consider that if you're not involved in crime the odds of being shot by cops drop to essentially zero. Yet blacks are worried about they're not, you're right, they are lying through their teeth, they are far more worried about their own brotha's offing them.

Anonymous said...

"What yo' set?" And [dat] that [done'z] means?

And YES, it was probably written for him. Good job Marcus.

Anonymous said...

1. Group of people, usually gang affiliated, for a particular neighborhood."

The gang in the hood = set. Thanks to the urban dictionary.

Anonymous said...

GRA:It's been going on for many years now,"Rosa Parks started off the racial uprising in the U.S."--the press gushes out a story like this:
(Scripps News)Sixty-five years ago today, a Black woman from Tuskegee, Alabama changed the course of American history.

Rosa Parks, then 42, was arrested on a city bus in Montgomery, Alabama on Dec. 1, 1955, when she refused to give up her seat to a white man. Parks had willfully violated the city's segregation laws, and her actions inspired the Montgomery Bus Boycott — a movement that thrust Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. onto the scene as a civil rights activist.

At the time, segregation laws in the Jim Crow south required all Black passengers to sit in a certain section in the back of city buses. The law also required that Black people give up their seats to white people should the buses fill up.

According to the History Channel, Parks was sitting in the first row of the Black section of a fully-loaded Montgomery city bus. When a white passenger boarded, he asked that Parks stand up and give him her seat. She refused and was promptly arrested.

According to History Channel, Parks' defiance was spontaneous — but she was also aware that local civil rights leaders had been planning to challenge segregation laws on public transportation.
(GRA:Therefore a plant.)

Parks was quickly bailed out of jail by local civil rights leaders, and the NAACP and other Black leaders immediately called for a boycott of the city bus system. For 381 days — over a year — Black people in Montgomery chose to walk rather than ride the bus to oppose the city's racist laws.

The boycott placed financial pressure on the city and put the push to end segregation in the national spotlight.

It wasn't always easy — city leaders and vigilantes retaliated against the Black community in Montgomery — King's home was firebombed, peaceful protesters were arrested(GRA:As peaceful as the ones last summer?)and many Black people in the city lost their jobs.

But at the same time, the King-led Montgomery Improvement Association filed a lawsuit in the hopes of challenging segregation on public transportation.

The following June, a federal court declared that segregation on public transportation was unconstitutional, and the Supreme Court upheld the ruling that December.
(GRA:Imagine if the Supreme Court had said no.Would blacks have tried to emigrate out of the U.S.?)

In addition to marking a win for Civil Rights across the country, the Montgomery Bus Boycott launched King onto the national scene. He would later push for further integration and help install voting rights legislation that helped Black people let their voices be heard.

But it was Parks' bravery to stand up against oppression that served as the spark that ignited a bonfire of change. She served as an inspiration for all Americans until her death in 2005 at the age of 92.
GRA:And a country was destroyed.That's her legacy and the Supreme Court's legacy as well.