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Some thoughts: Special episode of Law & Order SVU and hypocritical Black violence

In a 2011 episode of Law & Order SVU, Terrence Howard guest stars as the Los Angeles Deputy ADA who treks to New York as a defense attorney for a relative accused of rape.  There are multiple generations involved in both sides and the white female victim being brainwashed with racial hatred by her grandfather her entire life. Both the victim and the accused are hauled off to jail for different crimes.

 

The black grandmother was a civil rights volunteer and activist during the 1960s in which the Ku Klux Klan gang-raped her and used the defense she was a prostitute.  This apparently was a tactic that was widespread as voter intimidation against blacks.

There is a poignant scene in which the grandmother poses the question to ADA Novak, “Have you ever been spat upon, looked at as less than human?” law and order svu

My honest thoughts, nearly every day, by black “Christians” (both male and female).  All I had to do was replace “spat” with “street and sexually harassed” and it would be accurate.  Here is a black woman asking a white woman has she ever been degraded because of her race, and now in the 2000’s it is a black woman who is a Sunni Muslim who can ask the same thing to black “Christians.”  The hypocrisy of Black American “Christians” in modern America is distasteful and is veiled by their own rhetoric to always play victim when they are actually the perpetrator.  This does not go unnoticed.  For some reason, black “Christians” who make up their own dogma believe they do not have to account for their actions.  Why? Because Democrats, which most them are always find a way to justify their behavior and blame the victim.  They are the first to squawk about black unity when they are the ones who destroy other blacks’ lives, communities and victimize other blacks as a whole.  These black “Christians” are quite aware of what they are doing and have no qualms to promote their hatred in Jesus name.  This is the vast majority of black “Christians” via street, sexual and workplace harassment of other Blacks.  There is nothing sanctified about them and quite the opposite.  They are demonic liars and would do ANYTHING to harm blacks for entertainment.  Black “Christians” today are sadistic ‘sell-outs’ despite their act of being the garrisons of black consciousness.

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End the Cycle of Street Harassment: Photo Chart 2017

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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.