White Supremacist, Fake Black Profiles & Cultural Intrusion Dec 17, 2018 12:37:24 GMT -5
Post by asante on Dec 17, 2018 12:37:24 GMT -5
But paranoia is exactly what it sounds like, pls review what some of what you wrote in this thread.
You seem to not want to acknowledge that Hispanics have a insidious hatred towards black people that they only enact in the Western US where their numbers permit them to do so. If you don't see the issue in trusting people who think in those terms, then that's sad.
No they are being used as "tools" by white supremacist to act as sleeper cells in the black conscious community. The African immigrants are promoting the homosexual and intersectionality agenda's that the white liberal people who sponsor their immigration want to push onto black people. For example an African immigrant was included in the conscious community panel last year along with some other prominent black voices. Notice how she is pushing the white liberal, shae Butter agenda that publications like "The Root" (one that pretends to be black but is owned by a homosexual white male who pushes his agenda through black females, African immigrants pretending to be black, and anti black homosexual males) advocate for. Look how she has to be checked by Tariq Nasheed, and the entire audience cheered for Tariq's rebuttal towards her white liberal nonsense.
Africans don't like us because...
One of my business that I've had was a cleaning business that included a white church. This white church specializes in letting Africans come over here from poverty use their Church Saturday nights and throughout the week for whatever they had going on. The white people would pretend to care about the Africans taking phony pictures and putting them up all over the walls and ish. The Africans would eat that fake love up, and love white people from that point forward. That's what I mean when I say that many of these Africans are native. The same "race" of people of ravished your homeland to begin with you want to trust like nothing ever happened. Big Dummies! They didn't speak to "us" the Afro - Americans, and instead acted somewhat hostile to our presence. That's the game. They're bringing them over here to bolster them up over the native blacks here, to put in many peoples minds that there is something inheritedly wrong with the black people here. This makes genocidal sympathies more widespread...be real!
Everyone knows about Haitians and Jamaicans immigrants. They do not want to be labeled as "black" or with us. Why are you acting like I can't pull a 4 hour video forum about their attitudes towards us. This is one of the most well known hostilities between Afro-Americans.
Immigrant Caribbean Blacks don't like us because...
Watch the videos that I posted above, and then come back with your nativity.
An entire language group consisting of many widely different cultures from widely different geographical back ground don't like us because..
You said they don't rock with us?? not true , in my experience, as they tend to live in the same apartment complex or neighborhood, linkup at the same hangouts and form marriage unions with each other's families,keeping in mind these are Afro- descendant ppl
I highly doubt this is true, but if it is what city do you live in? We can easily check the census track to see just how "intermarried" the hispanic and black population is. I lived off ATL road in "Deville" apartment complexes across from Campbell middle (the former projects). Half of the population was Hispanic and the other half was black. We kept to ourselves and the Hectors kept to themselves. There was no conflict, but there was certainly cultural boundaries. We had Mexican girls as neighbors, we never knew their names. They were taught to turn their heads as they walked up the stairs into their apartment. I was a straight A student-Athlete at the time who never got in trouble! Their daddy was never playing that game! None the less I couldn't pretend to not know what the deal was. Coming from Kentucky to GA as a child, was a culture shock. The only Mexicans I saw were on the Brothers Garcia, which was a show that I loved. When I moved Cobb County, GA where half the school was black, a third Hispanic, followed by Asians then whites it shocked me. I HAD TO LEARN THAT BLACKS AND MEXICANS DON'T LIKE OTHER THROUGH BEHAVIOR. The 8th grade kiddy gangs like "SV" and all of that were formed by the blacks and "Sir" (Something) was the Mexican gang. They used to have major brawls. The Niggas of course would win, but I never saw things like that. None the less it was there.
Our fullback was a Mexican (only one on the team) named Geraldo. He was my homie! After the games I noticed how the niggas who were used to the culture would leave him high and dry after in the benches with his dad. I said F*UCK THAT, and would go sit with them after the games. The blacks would joke on me light weight and say, "awww you gonna go hang with your Mexican buddy". It was what it was, and it is what it is. I don't hate other people, but I love my people! When I see that other people have secret contempt towards my people, and wish to harm my people when they have the means to do so then I have to take a stand. Point blank period.
And let's take it back to the beginning of the thread, the roots of hiphop is formed from many strands of the Afro-descedant communities,
Yes I agree!