Black on Black Crime is Stupid

I want to address this topic because its starting to get old and is very stupid that to this day we are still dealing with a culture that has the largest number of in-cultural killings.  It sick and frustrating that the African american male population complains about police brutality, and slavery and racism but the brothers cant even get it together with one another.  I see so much pride, jealousy and hate between black men that it makes me want to puke.  How can you complain about others killing blacks when you do it to yourselves.  What happen to having each others back and leading by example?  Black people are no longer physically slaves but by actions, we have become mental slaves.  We have used this mental slavery to get ahead and keep our brothers down.  The term “crabs in a bucket” is fitting.  

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Why is it that the brothers who are out here trying to do some good, give back and make the drop knowledge to make the cultural stronger are blown away by dumb senseless acts of violence?  I am asking these questions because the problem and possible solutions are blasted all over new media, radio, books, talk shows, YouTube etc but the problems seems to keep rising.  Its almost as if black men love and want to go to jail to prove their a MAN…the fuck??? It sick! That the best way I can describe.  I get that its a mentality that has been passed down and when growing up in a poverty area, you look at the next man as your possible enemy, and need to put your survival face on…right? Well if we flip the script and say, your not my enemy, your my brother, lets stand together and figure out how to come together to make life easier, and get ahead.  Lets share knowledge and wisdom so we can help our community.  Lets set the kids down and speak to them about growth and the importance of having each-others back, which doesn’t always mean financially.  It can be knowledge wise, having someone be a friend, sharing food if living in poverty etc. 

I understand that there are things in place to keep minorities down but we make it worst upon ourselves.  If you look at most business out there we are investing in other cultures goods for example….who sells hair weaves and make the most profit, the Chinese, who makes the most profit off of nails….The Asian culture.  Who has a restaurant in almost every hood, The Asian community selling their food.  Bet you wont find a Soul food Joint in China Town!!! Next, Indians own gas stations, and Indian Restaurants, white folks love Indian Food! How many black own businesses are there?  A few hood shops that are only located in the hood in MOST cases, not all so the clients are hood folks who half the time are jealous and don’t want to see you go ahead so they do some dumb shit and kill the owner or workers, and the police shut it down.  Example Nipsey Hussle….this dude made something out of nothing and has major businesses to give people jobs and help build the community to something, what does this DICK FACE do, he gets his low life out of jail and get sin his feeling like a BITCH and kill this man, or worked with the GOVERNMENT – FEDS, potentially to get a little money and kill this brother who is trying to make a difference….the truth on what went down will come out on this mans murder.

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My point to conclude this rant is that we have to do better.  We have to, what is it going to take?  How many have to die, how long and loud do we have to complain…its like you can cry about being suppressed but when you do it to yourself, you really have nothing to cry about when other cultures do it to you, and look at your culture as worthless pieces of shit.  Tears….

Thank you for Reading! Whats your thoughts?!

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12 thoughts on “Black on Black Crime is Stupid”

  1. I agree, black on black crime is pointless. I liked how you mentioned how solutions and awareness is shared via mass communications, yet we aren’t seeing a difference statistically. I’m interested in writing a piece on this focus and would love to have you read it in the near future.

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  2. I feel your passion on this post and I approve! You make alot of valid points and I am here for it. Most people like to complain but do very little to fix or resolve the issue. Lots of talk and no action. Funny you mention about the restaurants. I wanted soul food yesterday and we couldn’t find any. It’s only in the black communities. Which is weird because everyone likes it but you can only find it in black communities. We need to do better. One more thing, why is it easier for strangers to support you than family and friends?

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    1. That is a great question – my belief is this ” people want to see you doing good, just not better than them” – to a stranger your no threat, but to friends and family, people start to feel a way due to comparison, insecurity, why not mean syndrome. Great topic….

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  3. Well white privilege, institutions from college, schools and other places have had a head start, driving, walking, talking while black how can you win? Every other race been compensated for injustice except black folks, I ask you a question how come Colin kapernick can’t get a job in the NFL because he took a knee? And he didn’t break no laws? We still fighting after 400 plus years and we only have has civil rights since 1964, voting rights since 65 and could marry interracial legally since 67 in other words we far from balance

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    1. Its sad, we create the trends, we make people rich through music, sports etc. black folks have so much strength and preserverence yet we are the bottom of the barrow to other races and the sick thing is we cant even come together to overcome theses issues together, we play right into it……

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      1. We play into it because we don’t own America and the thing is we been fighting here and this ain’t home,you can’t be enslaved and ever feel free in a place that has it on the amendments that you are one third human,we still have firsts here and we have never been included,yes we are all accountable for what we do,etc.. however dealing with legalized segregation and seeing how privilege is used daily is a mental illness that black people didn’t create.in truth,our tongues,names and whole being were auctioned off,every law that is criminal in America today was used against black people,and the resentment and hatred cause division within us

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        1. i appreciate where you coming from, thing is we only got right rights back in the 60’s which is only 50 years old. yes we got One Obama,however in the bigger pciture
          where is the balance? America has never shared a thing with us.however best believe they want all of us and yet not us. Peace

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