at the Harris Teeter at Kings Contrivance Village

One morning at approximately 10:00 a.m.,  I was shopping at the Harris Teeter grocer on Kings Contrivance village center in 8620 Guilford Rd, Columbia, MD 21046.  After a couple of minutes in one aisle of the produce section. I noticed that one of its tall, black male employees was likely following me.  I had not been in the store for long and initially dismissed my passing thought. I continued to another aisle of the section and noticed the same thing which also happened in the aisle right parallel to the wall refrigerator.  There were other shoppers around so I decided to get the attention of a female employee who was in the salad section. I explained to her that her black male co-worker was following me though I did nothing wrong.  She had already noticed his behavior and decided to wait with me while I retrieved my salad and walked with me part way to the register.

I was disgusted that a black male employee of a grocer (happens frequently in Columbia, Maryland H Teeter storefrontstores) was trying to intimidate me. He was a total stranger, did not articulate anything and just stared at me stone-faced as if he wanted me to leave the store.

The manager was contacted and as usual it was a white male who feigned a shocked reaction said, but “he’s married?!”  My response was today’s black males don’t care about that.  I also informed him how the female employee already noticed her co-worker’s behavior and assisted me. There is a pattern in which certain white males will, for reasons explored in several blogs across the country (U.S.) and articles of the co-sign of black male abuse of black women.  To the white men who do this, you become an accessory and are just as guilty as the perpetrator. I do not know what the white male’s manager motive was for providing the relationship status of the black male employee as his conduct would have been offensive to me (the shopper) whether he was single or not.  The reality was that it was just another typical black “Christian” male with no morals and an inclination to harm women.

Many black women have learned over the years that they are on their own, no longer will society to the right thing and when it does it is most likely someone of another race protecting the decent black woman—because they do need protection—from so many black men of today.

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