#BelieveAllWomen 1889

#BelieveAllWomen 1889

Yeah, if we’re going to #BelieveAllWomen, we need to rethink how we consider and teach certain unpleasant parts of American people.  After all, those lynchings and the two massacres – Rosewood, FL and Tulsa, OK – that resulted from a Black male raping or trying to rape a White woman have to be taught in that context instead of the sole context of racism.

And yes, those Black males did rape or try to rape those White women. To believe anything else is to spit in the face of every female rape survivor in the world…as any of the vocal sorts of #MeToo will be sure to tell you at great length and with even greater vitriol. Remember, if accusation isn’t enough, you’re just a rape enabler.

So, if we’re going to believe them now and act upon those beliefs, we have to believe them then, and approach the lynching of Black rapists as merely an inappropriately extra-judicial response to these heinous crimes.

Yeah, think about that.

Related Reading:

Lynching and Spectacle: Witnessing Racial Violence in America, 1890-1940 (New Directions in Southern Studies)
Good and Mad: The Revolutionary Power of Women's Anger
The Making of a Lynching Culture: Violence and Vigilantism in Central Texas, 1836-1916
Lies
The New Jim Crow:  Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness

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Go Kill Them Cops!

Al Sharpton, one of aging silverbacks of the Black Angst Industry, is currently shucking and jiving in the hopes of keeping his chickens from coming home to roost.

Filthy, jabbering nigger shouldn't allowed an opinion
Go Kill Them Cops, My Bruthas!

The grifting thug-in-a-suit is jabbering to any and all who will give him the hand-out of listening that he is and was against Black violence being turned upon law enforcement personnel.

We have stressed at every rally and march that anyone engaged in any violence is an enemy to the pursuit of justice for Eric Garner and Michael Brown. We have been criticized at National Action Network for not allowing rhetoric or chanting of violence and would abruptly denounce it at all of our gatherings.

And yet, despite this dumb buck’s claims, his misborn bruthas and sistas – all part of his filthy “Million Marchers” were in NYC chanting, “What do we want? Dead cops. When do we want it? Now!

Then, when dealing with something like Sharpton, people have to expect lies and a refusal to accept any form of responsibility.

Frankly though, I don’t know why this guttermonkey even bothers with his attempts to tap dance away from his responsibility for officers Ramos’ and Liu’ assassination by one of his bruthas. It’s not as if either Obama or Holder, being no different from- or better than Sharpton, would ever do anything against him.

Related Reading:

Designing in String: String Art Designs for Wall Decor : Seven Full Size Patterns Inside (Royal Craft Library)
America: The Cookbook
The Assassination of Brangwain Spurge
The 3rd Option
The White Coat Investor: A Doctor's Guide To Personal Finance And Investing

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Christie and Obama

It’s bound to happen that some people will draw comparisons and, in the case of Liberals, Progressives, and the minority sharecroppers beholden to them for hand-outs, false equivalencies. It should, however, be noted that Governor Cristie’s claims of ignorance over his singular “Bridgegate” scandal pales in comparison to Obama’s laundry list of scandals and should-be scandals.

Cristie and Obama
Christie and Obama Sitting In A Tree…

Of course, my snarky reference to an old schoolyard chant is pretty inaccurate as well. Christie’s not built for really tree climbing and Obama has a natural fear of tree limbs since he’s rightfully afraid that he’ll end up hanging from one. 😉

Related Reading:

Exploding the Truth: The JFK, Jr. Assassination
At the Hands of Persons Unknown: The Lynching of Black America (Modern Library)
The Making of a Lynching Culture: Violence and Vigilantism in Central Texas, 1836-1916
New Jersey (True Books: My United States)
Let's Pretend This Never Happened: A Mostly True Memoir

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