Tuesday, August 27, 2013

I'm a victim: Black woman argues with store clerk about Slavery

Many blacks in America suffer from an inferiority complex, and they want to annoy everybody else with it. They link their self victimization to the by gone era of slavery. Slavery has been blamed for almost every conceivable ill blacks are going through in the modern day American society. Of course that excuse is weak, it still doesn't stop the self victims from using it though.  Multi generations of blacks have been born as free citizens of this country, so again I'm buying it. It's always easier for people to blame their failures and obstacles in life on others, this way they don't have to take responsibility for their own actions or inaction. This is a video I came across recently of a black female arguing with a convenience store clerk in Georgia on the issue of slavery.  I won't spoil it for you all. Just watch it, and tell me who you think won the argument.


10 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Last time I heard of a person blaming slavery for their problems and their fault was singer Lauryn Hill was convicted for tax-evasion. Al Capone could have blamed the Sicilians for his involvement in organized crime, which led to his conviction of tax-evasion.

Anyway, I was trying hard not laugh at how much this American woman is making such of a fool of herself in front of immigrants from Nigeria who went through the system to become American citizens. The clerks have won this argument because they were calm, cool, and collected and pretty well-educated to deal with situations like this.

-Big Pop

3:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...



Can anybody say...."Iz you iz,,,or iz you aint, my baby?"

This was the kind of bufoonery which many talented black entertaineres were forced to depict in a number of Hollywood films during the 1930's-50's just to survive!

Today, this is the kind of black individuals which many white liberal/Democrats breed through their self-crippling policies!

8:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow. I'm from Puerto Rico, and my family and I also lived in the Dominican Republic for a few years, and the one thing my mother and I noticed when we moved here was how certain factions of the black community don't know how good they have it. The only obstacles they encounter are the ones they make for themselves. Having experienced none of this racial division back on the islands, more often than not she came accross people like this customer. She couldn't help but say (in Spanish), "no hay negro más acomplejado que un negro Americano". Which means exactly what the opening sentence of the article says. Good lord! Makes us shake our heads.

But the most hilarious part of the video, was the American customer talking about "the struggle" with actual AFRICAN Americans. The cognitive dissonance from this woman (and the bigotted dissent coming out of her mouth, "go back where you came from!") was astounding.

1:52 PM  
Anonymous Peggy U said...

That woman makes my eardrums ache. Can you imagine being around her 24-7?

4:47 PM  
Anonymous Peggy U said...

Wow, she is hard on the eardrums!

5:01 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

Peggy U "That woman makes my eardrums ache. Can you imagine being around her 24-7? "

If I was married to her, I would have to seriously question what the hell was I possibly thinking to have agreed to have done so.

anon "But the most hilarious part of the video, was the American customer talking about "the struggle" with actual AFRICAN Americans. The cognitive dissonance from this woman (and the bigotted dissent coming out of her mouth, "go back where you came from!") was astounding."

I come across people like her everyday. I just have to shake my head in pity that people allow themselves to be duped into believing they are somehow victims when they aren't. People only have one life to live, and it's pathetic, when people throw away their potential, because they were taught(with no evidence) that they will always be behind the 8 ball and thus oppressed. She is going to go to her grave believing that she is a life's victim of racist society.

9:08 PM  
Blogger Alpha Conservative Male said...

I wonder did it occur to blacks who are self victimized and who are so hard up over the slavery issue that they can leave America at anytime and move to Africa. If they do that and have a child in Africa, then their children will be native born Africans. Of course it never occurred to them. The black slave trade originated with Muslims and Africans. To leave them out of the equation and focus primarily on America's role is fraudulent.

4:43 PM  
Blogger Sydney Curet said...

And let me be clear I don't hate white people-- it is not racist to recognize that they are the majority, the group in power, the land owners and business owners in this country, and as such they shape the narrative. They influence perceptions through simulated realities (T.V.), and because they own the News Stations, News Papers, Magazines, Hollywood, and pretty much everything else is it any wonder why so many think white makes right and black is wack??? In my eyes the young black woman in this video has more pride, dignity, and self-respect than the most educated Edomite in this country, regardless of how the truth poured from her lips it was truth. We need to come together, to lift the voices in our communities up, to amplify their words, we need to be outraged and discontent not just for the injustices we have suffered but for the injustices we continue to suffer today. Most importantly we must love our blackness and all things associated with black because if we aren't lifting each other up then I can promise you this we will forever stay down, because there is no one in this land or the many lands that exist around us that will extend a hand to the black man and black woman.

2:01 AM  
Blogger Sydney Curet said...

And let me be clear I don't hate white people-- it is not racist to recognize that they are the majority, the group in power, the land owners and business owners in this country, and as such they shape the narrative. They influence perceptions through simulated realities (T.V.), and because they own the News Stations, News Papers, Magazines, Hollywood, and pretty much everything else is it any wonder why so many think white makes right and black is wack??? In my eyes the young black woman in this video has more pride, dignity, and self-respect than the most educated Edomite in this country, regardless of how the truth poured from her lips it was truth. We need to come together, to lift the voices in our communities up, to amplify their words, we need to be outraged and discontent not just for the injustices we have suffered but for the injustices we continue to suffer today. Most importantly we must love our blackness and all things associated with black because if we aren't lifting each other up then I can promise you this we will forever stay down, because there is no one in this land or the many lands that exist around us that will extend a hand to the black man and black woman.

2:02 AM  
Blogger Sydney Curet said...

This is problem-- This young black woman may not be the most eloquent advocate in the black community, but listen to what she is saying-- She has a point. I don’t generally pull out the slavery card, but it is a fact that blacks today have not progressed since slavery in any meaningful way. It is not because we are lazy, stupid, dangerous, criminals ect. We need to understand that we are truly living in a post-racial America, but today instead of white and non-white we have this distorted post-racialism of black and non-black. Meaning statistically speaking all other races in America are better off and have more opportunities to succeed than black Americans. In a community where blacks are the overwhelming majority it makes absolutely no sense that they own none of the businesses. I refuse to believe that being black is synonymous with lazy, uneducated, and unsuccessful. These are two dimensional artificial referents (stereotypes) of black Americans to maintain the status quo. If you want to own a business in this country but are passed over for the same funding, grants, and loans giving to your counter parts you are oppressed. If you walk down the street and are 85% more likely to be stopped, searched, and jailed on minor infraction you are oppressed. A black woman was arrested and jailed for 12 years for $30 worth of pot a white-Latino shoots and kills a black boy and is acquitted. The justification? “The victim" could have prevented his death by running home, and he of course had no right to stand his ground. Black America built this land—We literally Built This Land, and yet we have no claim to its riches nor its justice. We are feared, shunned, pitied, and everywhere oppressed. And when a strong black woman realizes her oppression and speaks out against it; we as a black community do not stand behind her, but rather ridicule her for her delivery. When our inner city schools are nothing more than decrepit day cares without dated factually inaccurate literature that uses half-truths and manipulations of history to reduce black people to nothing more than slaves instead of the chosen children of God, don't be surprised when they turn away from your lies, schools, and system of oppression. This woman may not have expressed her frustration with the system in a way that was pleasant to your ears, but that doesn't redact the truth in her statements. Drugs, and crime have flooded our communities and it is not an accident. It is not an accident that officers of the peace who are supposed to protect us all don't come to our neighborhoods during certain times of night, there is a reasons our schools can't reach our children, there is a reason black fathers aren't in the house i.e they’re in jail locked up for years on minor infraction in many cases, there is a reason why poverty is rampant in our communities, why the black people are given just enough to scrape by-- to subsist, but never enough to prosper, there is a reason they take our best and brightest and assimilate them into their white ways alienating them from their people and communities, so that when they hear the cries of their fellow brothers and sisters they are disgusted by the crassness of tongue rather than the atrocities that have be fallen their people to make them cry out so. She is right WE BUILT THIS LAND, she is speaking the truth instead of regurgitating the lies shoved down our thought by white society.
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2:03 AM  

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