Black Men, Rape and Money

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  1. delzakiya

    delzakiya New Member MEMBER

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    :crying: The last two years or so have been filled with Black men being accused of raping women or children. It is no longer an issue of a person proving their case before they go to the media or some high priced lawyer, but just accuse and the man has got to be guilty.
    Women have long known the way to destroy men. Even if the accused has been proven not guilty in the court of law, he just “got off” because of his money or power. Look at the Robert Blake case vs. the OJ Simpson case. Blake was there, had reasons, and even tried to get people to do it for him. While OJ was no where around, the weapon was not found, and the blood was tainted. Now, which one deserved that “not guilty?” For OJ it was the “race card,” because apparently black people are stupid, while Blake was what? The word lucky comes to mind.
    Bill Cosby tells African Americans to get their self together, and all of a sudden white women come out the woodwork to accuse him of “almost” raping them. That makes it easier not to have to prove he did it. But should Fox News and other networks have broadcast interviews from a woman who claimed it happened over thirty years ago; The same woman who is being disciplined by the bar for defrauding her clients out of $20,000 retainers.
    Kobi Byrant gets the girl with the checkered past and another man’s sperm on her underwear. Is there anyone who didn’t see dollar signs in the accu$ation? The girl acted like a school girl and then had buyer’s remorse. What did she accomplish, but a bigger bank account?
    She clearly stills need serious therapy for her whorish behavior with the multiple men she has had, and the constant suicide attempts to get her old boyfriend back. Is it any wonder that her own friends did not believe she had been raped? The problem with acting like a whore is that people will treat you like one.
    Snoop Dog was taping a show for Jimmy Kimmel. The person he hired to do his make-up later accused the crew of raping her. She then called ABC trying to get them to pay to keep it out of the public eye, which they paid for four months. According to Snoop, “I'm innocent...I wasn't even in the building. …That's a serious allegation [rape]. This happened two years ago...I got a lot of money, true indeed, but that doesn't mean I'm going to give it to you." Can anyone spell D-O-L-L-A-R?
    Finally there is the Michael Jackson case. No one would argue that he is strange, but incest? Actually all we have seen is people who have profited from the accusation. The accuser’s mother even benefited from Welfare fraud. Could the prosecution be going after him because he is weird? Michael would be wise to sell Neverland and move to a place where he can just be him.
    Our black men are being brought down by nothing more than accusations. Black men need to be smart. If your wife is not home the females don’t come in alone. Get smart. A million dollars does not go as far as it used to. Has anyone ever heard the term “background check?” Some of the people who are making the claims are just opportunist with no character. So, brothers stay away from the trifling, mental cases that keep trying to bring you down.
     
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    by default or any other means , bruthas has fallen in the mist
    it's where many as older men / Father's to teach thy children
    and fill them with the common knowledge and use of wisdom
    to beat the accusations laid before them in today's world it's
    all about greed and money , finding the weak link has become
    more and more we have to take a long look back for the foolishness
    of our action and choices made that gave billions of opportunities
    for this ...... It's reality .
     
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    Welcome to Destee

    Each one the men you named. Have been drawn into having realtionships with white woman. Been to close to whites in general and opened themselves up to the accusations because they made powerful enemies. Everyone else is in for the granduer, and fame of a book. Each one lost millions of dollars and will continue to loose this kind of money becuase they try to hard to be in the public, and get their face in front of the camera.. sooner or later they get it but not like they imagined.

    The last two years is a ploy to make american whites turn against us. Not trust us and the southern racist uses this to say beware the black man is raping our women and children and this was used to cause great uproar in the south. So it is a geat trick to continue for them.
     
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    This hasn't occured over the last two years, white women have been falsely accusing black men for the past 400 years. Raping a white woman (or having improper conduct with a white woman) was the most commonly named "reason" to lynch a black man in the late 1800 & early 1900s. Jack Johnson (the 1st black heavyweight champion) was accused of importing white women across state lines in the early 1910s, and he was run out of the country. The effect of such accusations was usually removing black men from power. Many black men lynched in the late 19th & early 20th century were political and community leaders. The murder of these men kept the community silent, it was a deliberate effort to intimidate and control black communities. The notion of "protecting" a white woman from improper conduct or rape at the hands of a black savage brought an illusion of justice to what really was often blatant murder of a political opponent.

    In addition to this, one of the least documented and discussed subjects of Slavery/Jim Crow was the relationship between Black men and white women. Most people are aware that white male slaver owners took sexual adantage of their black female slaves...then of their black female maids (when slavery ended). The evidence was often the children produced from such unions. White male-black female sexual relations was an open secret...it was often encouraged. Indeed as the late Stromm Thurman once stated, white men often had their 1st sexual encounter (learned about sex) with black women. It was a cultural norm for them.

    What isn't so well know is that white women also lusted after black men during this same time period. Many of these women carried out this "lust" and turned them into actual relationships. However, unlike the white male & black female, the white female & black male did not have the acceptance of society with them. Indeed the climate of racism, genocide, and oppression changed the balance of power in such a relationship to the female: A black man dare not make a white woman angry....he dare not refuse her advancements...he dare not be caught having sex with her...he dare not get her pregnant. Any such mistake could cost him his life, and it often did! If a white woman was caught having sex with a black man, all she had to do was "hollar rape", and she'd be forgiven (while the man would be killed). In the cases where black men lynched for raping white women were not politically motived....it usually was a voluntary relationship with a white woman where the woman was either caught or "jilted".

    Black men during this time were well aware of the world they lived in, and usually avoided white women whenever possible. Black parents (especially mothers) educated their sons about the dangers of white women. Unfortunately these lessons, like so many other lessons of our past have been forgotten. Thus black men are finding themselves in similar situations that their ancestors faced, and they don't realize it. They don't realize it because such behaviors/attitudes are no longer suppose to exist in today's society. Yet if one really is observant, they could clearly see that the motivations behind white women accusing black men of rape & improper sexual conduct today are the same as they always have been: To remove men from power, or revenge of a jilted lover. Quite simply the more things change, the more they stay the same. A black man having "casual" sexual relationships with a white woman is playing with fire. The more power/money he has, the greater danger he faces.
     
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    It's all apart of the plan to demonize black men, socially isolate us, and thereby limit our ability to reproduce.
     
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    Black man you ain't never lied. Dapz
     
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