Boot-lickin’ Negroes, and the Racists Who HATE Them
I know there’s no such thing as a “Post-racial Society”. In truth, I think that’s probably one of the stupidest faux inventions known to mankind, and I’ll have no part of it.
I accept the truth of what it means to be an African American: White people don’t like me because I’m a descendant of those who were and still are considered “three-fifths of all other persons.”
There it is, in a nutshell.
Since I am acutely aware of my African American reality, I’m not the one who’ll start whining and crying every time someone white makes his racist, White Supremacist attitude blatantly obvious. In fact, it’s quite the opposite: I APPRECIATE every instance in which Negroes are exposed to the TRUTH, and are thus forced to deal with it for what it is.
Why am I mentioning this?
I’m bringing this up because I’m sick and tired of reading story after story in which some Negro, when forced to deal with the reality that is American racism, either starts crying to the media once he discovers white people really don’t like him (yes, even the “nice” ones hate your guts, dude), or tries to find a way to deny racism’s impact on our everyday lives via House Negro vs. Field Negro tactics: “I’m not like ‘the others’, so I expect to be treated differently.”
Note the following examples:
1) “Snakes” On a Plane – Dr. Brittney Cooper, an assistant professor of Women’s Studies and Africana Studies at Rutgers University, wrote about an unpleasant encounter she had with a white female who was clearly none too happy about being “forced” to sit – according to what Dr. Cooper saw the Caucasian female post to her social media account – “on the plane, sitting thigh to thigh with a big fat nigger. Lucky me.”
Cooper’s reaction? After “waiting a while and getting a handle on the tears that started coming steadily”, Brittney decided to tell the white female her racist statements were “hurtful”, and that she hoped she didn’t “pass that ignorance down” to her children.
Let me get this straight: If only we’d tell white folk the way they treat us hurts our feelings, maybe – just maybe – they’ll feel bad, and STOP?
And to think of all the pain and suffering African Americans could have avoided, if ONLY we had thought of that, BEFORE.