Black People : Lonely,Angry And Bitter Black Women-Can We Identify Them?

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  1. Chinelo

    Chinelo Third Eye Is Always Open MEMBER

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    You can usually tell....they usually parrot what the white man says, and are indebted to the system thats broken their backs and families, they usually lash out at the only one they know will even put up with their foolishness....which has been the black man.

    Also they condemn black men who are nationalistic,revolutionary, and hate what they love, which is the white man and his free "crumbs" he snuck on the black female community in the form of welfare,porno profiteering,feminist ideology, which gave black women a false sense of entitlement and power, while still a slave with her black man,abortion,integration, and legalizing interracial marriages, all of which we've seen balloon out of genocidal control within the black female ranks for the past 50 years.

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    In the Spirit of Sankofa,

    .......This post isn't a good look representing forward thinking, without a proffered solution, may we close it?

    Peace In,


     
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    Well, now, this is often a "two-way street." --There are also many "lonely, angry and bitter" Black men who mistakenly blame their female counterparts instead of acknowledging their own failings and/or mistakes and bad choices.

    Likewise, these certain Black men also "condemn" Black women, placing all of the blame for the weakened Black family unit an Black economics at her feet and/or white supremacy.

    Granted, white supremacy and all its evils has, indeed, manipulated and brainwashed countless Black people, men and women. However, essentially, crying, "FOUL!" at some Black women does not negate the truth that the SAME "lonely, angry and bitter" state-of-mind doesn't exist in some Black men as well.
     
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    this post is right on time because those with real elf esteem dont attack those around them

    they attack the system
     
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    ROFLMBO!....Do you even think before you type at all?!

    This thread is entitled "LONELY, ANGRY AND BITTER BLACK WOMEN--Can We Identify Them" and goes on to, seemingly, "detail" the thoughts and behaviors of such Black women as "descriptors" by which to "identify" them.

    But, this post is okay/"right on time" because it attacks Black women, huh. lol

    Just WHERE does this post NOT "attack those around them" but, instead, "the system?"

    So, this post is "right on time" because it attacks Black women, thereby making it commendable.

    And, this post does not, in any way, reflect the self esteem of its author. :lol:

    ....SMH....Yet, again, another example of how HOLLOW rings the seeming proclamations of some Black men who PROFESS to REVERE and LOVE the Black woman so much.

    Yet, on one hand, lifting her up as a "QUEEN;" and, on the other, not missing any available opportunity to MALIGN her as a woman, wife or mother and cast any and all ills/problems (real or imagined) in the Black community or family unit SOLELY at HER FEET.
     
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    I was surprised and shocked when Angela Davis criticized the million man march. In fact, so many of the Black women who were high profile during the civil rights movement have now turned their backs on Black men in favor of White women. I can almost see George Jackson turning over in his grave.

    White women, who made Black women march in the rear when they were fighting for women's sufferafge, who took the speech Frederick Douglas wrote for them and promised White men they would help crush the Black man's struggle if they had the vote, these have now become the definers of our struggle. These Black women
    have given up their own struggle and. like Claude Anderson said, become guests in someone else's struggle.
     
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    This is an interesting dynamic.

    On one hand, you have those who are saying that this does not represent forward thinking well. I'm sure that there will be people who will agree.

    But river did bring up an interesting point. I didn't know that Angela Davis criticized the million man march, something I thought was a good move. First off, black men have a hard time unifying for any good purpose. They have internalized a separatist mentality because people, especially women, have made so many efforts to keep black men separated. I wonder what it is that they are afraid of?

    I do believe that the issue could have been presented much better, though, because your wording could be percieved as a general perception, which damages the intent of the post. Dealing with unnecessary anger, bitterness, and confrontationalism among our own people is an important issue. But dealing with that issue is not all-inclusive among our people. And, the problem is not in the anger or the attitudes, but how those traits are directed and the root issues driving the mis-direction of those traits.
     
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    Marxist History: USA: Black Panther Party


    PBS Interview with Angela Davis (1998)


    complete article here:
    http://www.marxists.org/history/usa/workers/black-panthers/1998/01/x01.htm

    Interviewer: Now that the Million Man March is over, do you still feel it was not a correct thing to have done?

    Davis: Those of us who criticized the Million Man March — were not arguing that it shouldn't happen. We were arguing that debates around the issues taken up by the march needed to be allowed particularly within black communities. I guess what I would criticize today is the tendency to conflate that dramatic moment with a movement.

    The nostalgia within black communities for this mass movement which involves vast numbers of black people coming together is something that can often lead us in unproductive directions. Because in the past the demonstrations that we think about — the 1963 march on Washington, for example, that march wasn't this moment that was organized against the backdrop of nothing else. It was a demonstrating of the organizing that had been going on for years and years and to assume that one can call a march on Washington and have that be a movement in the 1990s is I think a tremendous mistake. I would say perhaps the importance of the Million Man March was that it stimulated a great deal of discussion. Perhaps it brought to people's attention the fact that we need to begin to regenerate an approach towards grassroots organizing that will help us in the direction of a mass movement.

    There was a tendency of the middle class men who I think participated in that march to passionately identify with the brother on the street without taking up the kinds of political issues that are required to move black people who are in poverty in a progressive direction.
     
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    So, because of her statements about the Million Man March, are you aligning/identifying Angela Davis with the descriptors of this post as a "Lonely, Angry and Bitter Black Woman?"
     
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    Proverbs31Woman Be kinder than necessary! MEMBER

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    Chinelo, I would be elated to see you shift from repeating symptoms to offering words of edification to extinguish the disease. Realizing that the black woman is your rib, when you see her you should see yourself...so it should pain you to see perversion creep up in "our" community. The question is, how can "we" come together and extend ourselves to the "healing" of our brothers and sisters. All that you have described paints a picture of "hurting" sisters who have been hurt by "hurting" brothers. I implore you to offer more love, understanding and encouragement, and stop doing the dirty work of the enemy by holding these hurting souls in condemnation. I can recall a time when you had more edifying words to share and pray that you operate in that spirit again, it truly was a blessing to witness. Our ministry begans with how we live and respond to those around us.
     
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