World Memo: Fear Black People. Prepare to Get Kicked

Blacks don’t use metaphors.

When a white person says, “I would have beat the shit out of somebody”, they usually don’t mean it literally. It’s how they feel – what they felt like doing, but they don’t (not usually).

When Lebron James, a black person, says, “I would have whooped his ass”, referring to the Cleveland Browns football kicker Zane Gonzalez after missing four kicking attempts that contributed to the loss of the game, he means it literally.

Zane would have been beaten up by Lebron James and probably by a lot of other players piling on after the game out of site. In fact, Lebron James was giving the order – a basketball player telling a football team to beat up one of their own players. How manipulative and controlling is that?

Blacks use fear to make other blacks perform and then carry out the punishment when they don’t.

That’s an issue for the unions that’s not being addressed – out of even more fear for snitching. Some of those concussions may not have occurred on the field, but instead off the field as punishment for losing a game or otherwise not performing up to par.

Nobody in any workplace setting as the result of poor performance (or any other reason) deserves to be beaten up – physically or mentally – but that’s the way blacks do it. They think that nothing speaks louder than an good ass whoopin’. Who would even refer to a violent act as ‘good’? Now who’s the bum?

It’s common in black households, black schools, black neighborhoods, black playgrounds that look more like fightgrounds, throughout entire black communities – nationwide.

When you see black mothers punching their black kids, they always aim for the head, as if by punching the heads of their kids, it will knock some sense into them. It doesn’t work that way. How many black children show up at their first day of school with a long list of concussion experiences already on their resumes?

This punching to communicate and to force blacks to behave must stop. If you keep saying that’s part of your culture and white people just have to accept us the way we are and all will be right with the world, then don’t call the police out when the violence escalates out of control.

We don’t have to be civilized because you say so. Besides, that is civilized. Our kids don’t listen unless they’re belted. And it’s not your business anyway. We could be shooting each other.

You have a short fuse. Recognize it and work on your other strengths to neutralize that fuse. That short fuse is what gets a lot of you arrested. You can’t turn yourself off. You have the mechanism, you just don’t feel like using it. It feels better to beat the guy/gal or kid till you’re physically and mentally satisfied, than to step back, shut up and take stock of what you just did, why and how it cannot happen again – without assigning blame to make your contribution to it all appear irrelevant.

…Till next time and you start your madness cycle all over again always at somebody else’s expense, and it’s always somebody else’s fault. And the common denominator in the aftermath of it all, while blood is being mopped, is white people. It’s always the ones who aren’t in the room who can’t defend themselves, while all the violent players simultaneously and instinctively come together over their hatred of an entire race of people who have nothing to do with your short fuse or your violent culture.

Now you can make peace with each other, because of the no-fault clause among blacks that you have written like stone into your culture. Always blame the white people – those they deem weaker than themselves. The tears and rants are all a hoax. Blacks do not fear whites.

But that short fuse you all accept as being normal for you, the black rage that frightens your self-proclaimed enemies into submission, lands you in a lot of prison cells where you claim you don’t belong.

If you’re seen as a threat to the well-being and safety of other individuals in society, then you deserve to be separated from that society.

It’s all on you and how well you control that short fuse.

All actions have consequences. An ass whoopin’ to you is assault and/or attempted murder to the ones who live outside of your violent culture.

Eric Holder, Attorney General under Previous President Obama, publicly called for the kicking of white people by the entire black race – a violent act that will only get more of you jailed. It appears that he can’t control his violent urges either, so is giving you all an excuse so he can derive vicarious pleasure and satisfaction when the kicking begins: When they go low, we (meaning the entire black race) kick them.

Yeah, we know what kicking a person when they’re down means. It’s a pile on and most blacks do it. It starts as kids in the fightgrounds of America. One person gets punched and knocked to the ground, and almost all the others pile on this one person, kicking and punching till they achieve their physical release – or as in Somoa, the victim dies. The others stand and watch.

Just how Eric Holder defines what is ‘low’ and how Michelle Obama defines what is ‘high’ is a mystery. Neither can define their ‘highs and lows’ in specific terms. That’s because it’s meant to be generalized, like terrorists do – you never know what they want, because they don’t tell you. The implication is that you figure it out and when you do, the pain will stop. But it never does.

Right now their goal is to turn white people against white people using fear. Using fear is not a new strategy. Their entire culture is built on violence and fear. That’s why the black African race sees with one set of eyes, hears with one set of ears, thinks with one brain and speaks with one voice.

That is a mighty power. One to be feared for sure. The foundation of fire and fists is their call to arm and harm. Everybody knows the destruction that causes.

The world will respond commensurate with the threat.






 

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