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Time Life Presents…

Warbles of the Black Male Street Harasser & Gang Stalker

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Another Point to Ponder: Part III

Another Point to Ponder:  Part III

Have you noticed that among blacks, in particular ghetto, black, entitled mentality, foul-mouthed vagrant black “Christians” are the primary sociopathic bullies of other blacks? Whether in the hood, in the office, public thoroughfares or at the grocer these often photodark-skinned blacks plagued with Attachment Disorder expose their narcissism by targeting productive, talented, intelligent blacks?  One can easily dismiss any need for further analysis and just say, “I guess that’s how they were raised,” which is indeed an indicator of their social dysfunction and failure to integrate into reasonable society.  These ill-mannered, foul-mouthed black males come from certain households in which their black mamas excuse, justify and coddled them into believing this is acceptable behavior.  Regardless of the initial triggers (whether it’s nature, nurture, a combination of both or inherent evil), one can readily witness when those same blacks see their targets become successful they are the first ones to bemoan on various social media platforms how successful blacks “never did nuffin’ for blacks” or “don’t help black people out”?

 

Where do these reverse-logic negroes derive such audacity to be awarded for negative, criminal behavior that they directed to members of their own people.  Regardless of your personal beliefs or observations of their lifestyles, the primary focus is to analyze their experiences with blacks (their own people) and how it caused them to separate from them in a sense.  Let’s take a look at couple of examples:

 

Oprah Winfrey:  She started off as a journalist, became a talk show host (The Oprah Winfrey Show, The Oprah Winfrey Show: The Next Chapter) and now a media mogul (O Magazine, Harpo Studios, OWN network).  She stated that early in her career that in Baltimore, they did not treat her right.  That’s no surprise where certain dysfunctional mentalities are considered normal by those who possess them.  As a child, she was abused by black “Christian” members of her family.  Surprise, surprise, ghetto black “Christians” mistreating members of their own race.  These same types are inexplicably beleaguered when she becomes a founder of a school for the development of African children in desolate areas to the dismay of those same entitled blacks who demanded that she invest in Baltimore City Schools—the same city of blacks where she was mistreated.  One can estimate that as a child in the South, she was likely  teased about her appearance by other blacks—yet these same kinds of blacks believe their superficial commonality on a color spectrum dictates that she owes them something despite their years of abuse towards her. NEXT.

Will Smith:  He is known from being from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and from a tough neighborhood. He began his entertainment career as a rapper with DJ Jazzy Jeff.  Then he pursued  an acting career and became the lead actor on the television program ‘The Fresh Prince of Belair.’   Thereafter, he progressed to become an in demand Hollywood actor. Despite his circumstances and at the urging of his mother, he tried to focus on his lessons. He said that black boys (ghetto black “Christians”) bullied him for studying and would knock books out of his hands when he walked to and from school as well as beat him up.  It reminds me of the comedian Chris Rock’s joke with the overarching topic of N*#@!# vs. Black People in which he assailed disruptive, inner city, entitled, destructive blacks who declared “Don’t come to me with that readin’ and writin’ s#@!….countin’ these rocks b@yaatch.”  He is now successful, and the hood rats have gotten the hint that he would never associate with them or their types.

…and even when a black person decides despite their upbringing and abuse by members of their own people, to “give back” to his “community” he realizes that it was a waste of money and a bad investment to redeem neighborhoods plagued with the ghetto black pagan “Christian” mentality of entitlement and self-destruction.  Let’s review the example of ex-NBA basketball player Derrick Coleman whose investment into these types of communities heavily contributed to him filing personal bankruptcy:

https://blogs.wsj.com/bankruptcy/2010/04/09/ex-nba-star-derrick-coleman-files-for-bankruptcy/

Derrick Coleman made $87 million, now files bankruptcy

But wait, there’s more.  These ghetto black pagan “Christian” vagabonds will verbally abuse, yell expletives towards female strangers, Sunni Muslim women of their own race, disrespect their elders and street harass, assault, rape and verbally abuse black women in general; then exhibit no qualms in playing the ‘black man is victim’ card and demand all blacks and broader society support them. Pretty pathetic isn’t it?  Yet, this core group of nonsensical blacks cannot comprehend when decent members of their race and the broader society does not want to deal with their nonsense and foolishness.

It’s called having standards.  Theirs are apparently nearly non-existent.

lightbulbPerhaps we all need to re-read ‘The MisEducation of the Negro’ by Carter G. Woodson, in it the author historian explains that as blacks strive to improve their own circumstances, attain higher levels of understanding, as well as those who are already inclined to clean living, a natural rift expands, culturally and spiritually between decent blacks and those who seek to destroy the former –the crabs in the barrel mentality. Some refer to it as the separation of the chaff from the wheat, the productive useful portion of the population (at least in theory barring external factors such as the economy and institutionalized discrimination) become elevated on different levels, while those bitter, entitled criminals and black devils stay in the same position that their sick mentality bore them.  They cannot and will not be successful because of their own conduct, yet will demand those who attain such levels to feed their entitlement that they were reared in via welfare, black pagan “Christian”, entitlement because I exist, “all I know is,” don’t take personal responsibility for their actions and black male privilege, coddled, mindset.

 

The Blob

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Decent black and broader society must remain steadfast and on guard for because the  will attempt to devour members of their own community first.  Just think of the 1980’s movie ‘The Blob’ and how it seeps to engulf any crevice of structure and remnants of civilized society until it destroys everyone in their path including themselves.  Now that is something to ponder.

 

 

Article: ‘Upskirting, street harassment becomes rising threat in D.C., report finds’

For Maryland, Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia–this does not surprise me at all since women LIVE it everyday of their lives:

‘Upskirting, street harassment becomes rising threat in D.C., report finds” https://www.gwhatchet.com/2017/11/09/upskirting-street-harassment-becomes-rising-threat-in-d-c-report-finds/                                                                                                                   

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Reported cases of upskirting — taking unauthorized pictures underneath a woman’s skirt or dress — in the D.C. area have soared in the past three years.

A team of experts reviewed court records in D.C., Virginia and Maryland, and found cases had jumped 70 percent since 2015, according to a report published late last month by NBC Washington. Advocates said these cases, meant to demean and degrade women – including female students – in public, have become a growing threat with the growth of smart phones and social media.

Many of these cases occur at Metro stations, where women are three times more likely than men to be victims of harassment, according to a 2016 report from the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority – the agency that oversees the Metro.

Claire Gould, the communications director for Collective Action for Safe Spaces, a non-profit organization that works to combat harassment and assault, said harassment occurs most often in crowded areas, like a Metro station or Metro car.

“It’s always frustrating when women, in particular, have to be more careful in order to avoid things like this.”

“It’s demeaning and an invasion of privacy,” Gould said in an email. “Like any kind of public harassment, we believe everyone deserves the right to move through public spaces without fear of being harassed or assaulted.”

Gould said officials should start a public awareness campaign to curb harassment on the Metro, collect data on the number of incidents and train employees and transit police on how to address sexual harassment.

Terri Poore, the policy director for the National Alliance to End Sexual Violence, said upskirting cannot be prevented easily because it occurs in crowded, busy areas — making it difficult to track down perpetrators.

“There is no shortcut around the fact that people are going to have to have courage and stepping in when they see these sorts of behaviors happening and not leave the onus on the victim,” she said. “Really everyone needs to take an active part in preventing this kind of behavior.”

Although upskirting is considered a form of voyeurism, experts said it is difficult to prosecute in D.C. courts. Consent for taking a picture or recording is only required when the individual has a reasonable expectation of privacy according to voyeurism laws in D.C.

In 2014, a D.C. judge dismissed charges against a man accused of taking photos up a woman’s skirt at the Lincoln Memorial, citing that the accuser could not have a reasonable expectation of privacy while on the National Mall, according to a Huffington Post report.

Amanda Lindamood, the director of training and community engagement for the D.C. Rape Crisis Center, said it’s difficult to prosecute upskirting because laws pertaining to sexual assault are relatively new and there is no general consensus about how they can be enforced and adjudicated.

“Every district, or every jurisdiction, approaches legislation related to violence in a very different way and it’s kind of a new category of consent to think about it, again as just not a physical violence, but that it has to do with images, has to do with social media,” Lindamood said. “It’s kind of a very new section of the law we’re playing catch up on.”

Students said upskirting and general street harassment is a constant menance, especially on an urban campus.

Freshman Andie Kemmerle said it’s aggravating that women have to constantly be on alert when riding the Metro.

“It’s always frustrating when women, in particular, have to be more careful in order to avoid things like this,” she said. “Whereas, it should be that people shouldn’t be doing this in the first place, but hopefully people are for their own safety, being careful about their surroundings when they’re in public.”

In February, the advocacy group Collective Action for Safe Spaces launched a petition that has garnered 333 signatures to urge the the D.C. Council to pass a bill to training and educate D.C. employees about sexual harassment.

“What can people do to keep themselves safe when the law doesn’t even know what’s legal and what’s illegal anymore?”

That same month, some students accused construction workers renovating Corcoran Hall of street harassment and catcalling. D.C. businesses have installed street exhibits and initialed training programs in recent months to try to prevent harassment across the city.

Gabrielle Battino, a sophomore, said living on an urban campus in a densely populated city makes sexual harassment more of a concern.

“It sucks that I’m a woman on campus and I don’t feel safe 100 percent of the time and I should because this is my community,” Battino said. “I guess the only thing I can do is be cautious and be an advocate for the issue.”

Tamara Criss, a graduate student in public health, said D.C should criminalize upskirting because it will encourage more victims come forward to report incidents.

“You can only imagine no one is going to report anything if nothing is going to happen. I think that increasing the criminalization of the activity would be smart,” Criss said. “What can people do to keep themselves safe when the law doesn’t even know what’s legal and what’s illegal anymore?”

News Article: ‘Catcalls of NYC: The project raising awareness of street harassment,’ 12/05/2017, The Independent

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/catcalls-of-nyc-instagram-street-harassment-women-sexual-men-new-york-us-a8092636.html

INDYLIFE:  Catcalls of NYC: The project raising awareness of street harassment:                              Tuesday 5 December 2017 10:45 GMT

 

A young American woman is shining a spotlight on street harassment with her project, Catcalls of NYC.

21-year-old Sophie Sandberg asks her Instagram followers to send in messages about their experiences being sexually harassed on the street, detailing the exact location it took place and what was said.

Sandberg then goes to the spot in question, writes the catcall on the street in bright chalk, takes a picture and posts it on Instagram.

“Jesus Christ, nice tits. I wish I could suck on ‘em.”

“Smile, honey. Smile over here. Just smile for me! Too good? B****.”

“I’m gonna f*** the s*** out of you someday.”

Sandberg hopes that seeing the remarks written down will help hammer home her message.

“By writing the comments on the sidewalk where they happened, I raise public awareness about the issue,” Sandberg told HuffPost

“The colourful chalk and colourful words catch people’s eyes. They force those who wouldn’t normally experience catcalling to take a second look.”

Although sexual harassment on the street is incredibly common, not everyone has experienced it or realises the severity of the problem.

But Sandberg’s project is helping combat this. 

“No one questioned or challenged it. It was simply an accepted annoyance,”she said. 

“For me, it has always been more than an annoyance. It’s shaped my experience in public space. It’s affected my confidence and comfort walking down the street. It’s silenced me ― I’ve never felt comfortable responding to catcalls, as much as I’d like to tell these men off.”

Sandberg also hopes the project will encourage people to speak up when they see someone being catcalled.

She’s not the first to use Instagram to highlight the extent of street harassment – earlier this year, 20-year-old Dutch woman Noa Jansma made waves with her project Dear Catcallers, which saw her taking selfies with her street harassers.

With every project raising awareness, it’s hoped we can finally bring an end to women being harassed on the street while simply going about their daily lives.

…at the Whole Foods in Columbia, Maryland (Howard County)

whole foodsOne morning at approximately 9:00 a.m.,  I was entering the Whole Foods grocer 10275 Little Patuxent Pkwy, Columbia, Maryland 21044 (Howard County), from my car in the designated parking lot.  I noticed a dark-skinned black “Christian” male approximately 5’9” in height who appeared to be from the City of Baltimore (unkempt, ignorant face, bubble eyes and a sneer).  There are two sets of doors from which you may enter. When I left my car, I noticed he was walking quickly from my left, where the actual exit door was to the right, where I needed to enter.

I proceed to walk to the far, right entry door closer to where the carts are kept outside as he appeared to photowalk to the left set. As soon as he saw me entering a separate set of doors, he did an about face and walked behind me and murmured something. I immediately zigged and went to the doors to the far left.  Apparently, this dark-skinned black “Christian” male was already harassing other patrons as I noticed a Caucasian female Howard County police officer in uniform standing alert in the eating area. I grabbed a handbasket and proceeded to the fresh food/self-service area.  The same dark-skinned black male “Christian” followed me, this time with Whole Foods employees noticing. I immediately proceeded to a different section and saw the police officer quickly move towards the black male to address his behavior.  After my purchase, I went to the eating area to obtain utensils and napkins and saw a black male eating, glance at me and then look down at his food.  I thought, ‘…must be quite embarrassing that a white woman in uniform have to monitor black males just so people can get groceries in peace.’  This is the so-called suburbs of Maryland.