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Black Male Street Harassers are the Devil. PERIOD.

There are 1 billion people on the planet and for some reason in the Washington, D.C. metro area, especially Maryland, black male “Christians” will stalk, street harass, accost and assault decent women photowho are total strangers who reject their advances.   To the rational thinking person, it makes absolutely no sense why these black males take rejection so personally, only to solidify that they are insecure and have low-esteem despite the false over the top machismo they manufacture to perpetrate street harassment as a normal function of male genes. Normal, well-adjusted, and well-educated men do not street harass by the way.  So to recap, somehow out of a billion people on the planet, dark-skinned black males choose to attempt to humiliate, disrespect and assault women who had nothing to do with them and continue to not to have anything to do with them, and only by observation verify that they made the right decision in the first place.  These are the black so-called representatives of Christ of today, their logic being if you don’t let me hit on you, have my way with you or sexually assault you, I will disrespect you in the alternative by hurling verbal abuse, non-sensical defense of savage behavior aimed at women who are TOTAL STRANGERS.  The reason why this is normal is because today’s ghetto black “Christians” have no moral compass.  They are coddled by their single black “Christian”, democratic party voting mothers whose example is how to use the government system to their advantage and use men.  Thus, their example in life is to use people, when a discerning, decent woman can by observation detect the corrupted DNA sequence that comprise these low-level black “Christian” males and the same males are met with lack of access, this is when you see the apes in heat go bizerk.  They spiral into hysterical laughter, insults, “..didn’t want you anyway,” “you ain’t all that,” “f*@! you,” and all kinds of verbal drivel to divert the fact that they never had a chance and must now soothe the initially fragile ego. It is utterly fascinating and disturbing at the same time how these dark-skinned black “Christian” males attempt to defend their conduct, all the while the reasonable intelligent woman knows that they street harass because they assume 1) that you are easily accessible (quite satanic that they believe a covered, religious person actually is), 2) the woman that they are targeting is either unintelligent or vulnerable.  There is NO way a good, well-mannered, discerning woman could accept this as normal or flattering behavior.  Remember there are 1 billion people on the planet and some sadistic black male strangers see fit to stalk, harass, disrespect and humiliate a woman who by proper discernment seeks no interaction with these vagrants.  Yet, out of all the millions of people in the country, these black male vagabonds short-circuit and set forth plots to destroy these women who are total strangers.  You cannot tell me that course of behavior is not simply pure evil.

Just to be clear, these are the same types of black males who claim to be part of or support Black Lives Matter, which obviously does not apply to other blacks and focuses on the liberalization of criminal activity and ignores criminal conduct of ghetto blacks upon innocent Black Americans.  Then again, it makes sense they are supporters of such a movement, black women are not any type of beneficiary of it.  So now we venture into why black male street harassers are devils.

cartoon devilOne of the non-theological definition of devil is:  an atrociously wicked, cruel, or ill-tempered person.’ Another definition is ‘mischievous,’ this aptly describes black male street harassers.  Street harassers are troublemakers because they initiate conflict and originate situations of distress where none previously existed.  Trouble is a synonym for mischief, thus by any rational thinking person street harassers are mischief-makers, better known as devils.  So, why would a black “Christian” devil (oxymoron, but hey it’s logical to them) believe that they have the right to street harass a religious person? A covered Sunni Muslim black American woman?  It is easy, let us take a look at opposites, good v. bad, wicked v. righteous, devil (deceiver, peacemaker, someone who causes distress) v. someone at peace or minding their business or who would not even consider such a disrespectful beggar as worthy of their time.  Ill-tempered? Check. Please refer to this post:

https://blackmanleaveusalone.wordpress.com/tag/not-fooling-anyone/

 Since most street harassers are black males and street harassers are devils, thus most of today’s black males = devils, minions of Satan.

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…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.

Rally Against Street Harassment in New York: April 08, 2017

Anti-Street Harassment Rally in New York:

April 08, 2017. For Full Announcement please see:

https://nycprotests.com/nyc-protests/2017/4/8/2017-anti-street-harassment-rally

The Philadelphia Tribune: People Share Their Stories at Anti Harassment Rally

http://m.phillytrib.com/metros/people-share-their-stories-at-anti-street-harassment-rally/article_0a044061-5744-5417-ad82-dde29ee6004a.html?mode=jqm

Philadelphia Tribune, Samaria Bailey Tribune Correspondent | posted 3 weeks

People share their stories at anti-street harassment rally

Christian Hayden, left, prepares to record a message to women about street harassment at an anti-street harassment rally on April 12. —Tribune Photo by Samaria Bailey

Social Action group Fostering Activism and Alternatives Now (FAAN) Mail hosted its 5th annual “Stand Up Speak Out” anti-street harassment rally on Sunday at Love Park.

The rally was a kick-off to the global campaign “Meet Us On The Street: International Anti-Street Harassment Week,” and gave men and women the chance to express themselves about street harassment — defined by those who have experienced it as catcalling, making degrading statements, and harassment of minorities by police.

“I hope people continue sharing their story, that more men join the conversation and think about their role, and I hope people speak up,” said Nuala Cabral, co-founder of FAAN Mail.

The rally included a set of platforms for people to dialogue on the issue and activities for youth and passersby to join in and reclaim a “safe space.”

Women and men were recorded on video as they spoke about their experiences with street harassment; some posed for photos with white boards, on which were written the statements people have said to them on the street, or inspirational messages; Chalk was provided for people to write their feelings on the grounds. And a “catwalk” was set up to let people show how they would walk, if street harassment did not exist.

“It gives people a chance to share their stories without having to speak, but to have a positive image that encapsulates how they feel,” said Niamba Baskerville, a program coordinator and “photo booth” volunteer.

The double Dutch facilitator and a partner in the event, Kerrin Simmons, of Tuff Girls, said the activity was their way of advocating for a safe space.

“It’s good females are taking action to make everyone realize what we deal with,” said Gabby P., 17. “We don’t deserve it.” Gabby participated in the “photo booth” and “chalking” parts of the rally.

She has constant issues with street harassment.

“I’ve been yelled at, called out of my name, instead of being approached like a gentleman. If I turn down the catcall, I become a name to [insult] my complexion. I walk away.”

Christian Hayden, 27, a youth worker from Southwest, said his perspective of street harassment changed after participating in the rally. He has been a victim and perpetrator.

“I’ve been a victim [because] of the ways I have been stopped by the police multiple times, and as a perpetrator, when I was younger there were things I would do,” he said. “I think women of color are beautiful, but it’s also my responsibility that I support them in being comfortable in public spaces and that may mean not saying something or turning around.”

Cabral said FAAN Mail will continue hosting community workshops on the issue, and working with other organizations to educate the public.