The universe gave me strength to embrace my work and to fight for rightness till death grabs me.Tweet
I will prevail. No matter the consequences.
~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight
The universe gave me strength to embrace my work and to fight for rightness till death grabs me.Tweet
I will prevail. No matter the consequences.
~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight
EXPOSING YOUR SKIN
When I write an opinion-piece about what’s going on in the world that involves human beings or specific groups of human beings I am invariably asked ‘why don’t you like brown people; why don’t you like black people; why do you hate Jews; why are you anti-immigration?’.
When you criticize someone or some group that is making news by dumping on white people, and a white person has the audacity to respond, they call it hate; it’s moronic; it’s whatever grotesque and hurtful name that a person could think of calling someone.
Everybody claims to want a conversation, but when the conversation begins it’s always minus the white person. The brown or black want to play all the roles in the conversation – even the white person’s part.
That’s controlling, manipulative, dictatorial, oppressive behavior.
They want to control the entire narrative – from start to finish. It’s discriminatory and fake news when you assign an agenda-driven cable news commentator the role of white person representing the so-called white view. It’s a lie just based on the way it’s all set up. They get paid to do what they do. They are given their opinions by the CIA Media.
I don’t like or dislike a person based on their color. I have never judged a person by the color of their skin.
‘Well then why don’t you support us’?
Does that mean that as long as I don’t care what color you are, I should support you? How does it follow that whatever a brown or black person does, white people should support and if they don’t it’s because of the skin color and if they don’t care about color, then it’s a no brainer, you’re with us?
It appears to me that those who think white people should support them because of their skin color are the prejudicial people. They’re the real racists.
It’s difficult to talk rationally to someone who only sees skin color – theirs.
Hispanics are not minorities in Mexico, the island communities, Central America, South America. They are the majority in all those places. Yet, they still act like the minority, seeking pity from the entire world and anyone who will listen. Why is that? All these years they lived in places where everybody was about the same.
Were they thinking with their skin then? Or is it only when they come to the USA that they’re told to play up their skin color; accuse the white man of hating you for your skin; you’ll get lots of free stuff that way; white people don’t like it when you call them racist or black or brown haters. They’ll give you whatever you want to shut you up.
It’s one or the other: White people are being played, or brown and black people are the real racists, thinking white people should support their skin color; and if they do, then they automatically support the brown and black view – no matter the content of the view.
Actually it’s not one or the other, it’s both.
It’s becoming clear that skin color is used as a DISTRACTION STRATEGY to keep you off-balance, so the real issues don’t get debated. Keep attacking the opponent on an emotional plane, so nobody gets to the substance of the issues. They don’t want to debate; if they debate they could lose. Keep it about the color.
Oh, they’ll debate color, as long as they provide the lines for all sides.
Keep pushing that color button.
How does it work?
FEAR. They use fear of what will happen to you if you don’t cave their way.
And we see what happens all over the news.
It’s scary stuff. They crossed the terror threshold a long time ago. They’re instilling fear across the globe. They want a war.
This is terrorism.
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.
A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder, defined by a persistent and excessive fear of an object or situation.
The phobia typically results in a rapid onset of fear and is present for more than six months.
All those rapid-fire name callers popping up all over social media confuse dislike and self-preservation with fear.
Some spiders are poisonous. Cockroaches startle and carry diseases. Our limbic systems may not be designed for heights in some people.
To hear these name callers calling everybody xenophobic, who won’t line up in support of people they don’t even know, sounds more like everybody is fearful of people from places unfamiliar to them – except of course the name calling bullies.
Most people don’t fear other people unless they pose a threat to their security, well-being, peace of mind, way of life.
We all have the right to dislike whomever and whatever we want.
To punish, through public humiliation, someone who doesn’t like you or who fears you justifies the dislike and fear of that individual or group.
Judging by the number, frequency and intensity of public outbursts and proliferation of humiliation tactics, by people claiming to bear no fear, toward people they claim bear fear, makes it look like the accusers are the ones with the anxiety/fear producing phobia.
The so-called fearful (prejudicial) people are not the ones calling for the heads of the bullies (the fearless ones). The bullies are the ones making all the noise and damaging all the people, and yes calling for the heads of the fearful people, who won’t let them have their way.
Nobody even knows what that way is. What do these bullies want? And why did the British and Spanish Bullies join a fight they can’t define, except to publicly humiliate and damage people in other countries they view as fearful of newcomers?
Probably because they don’t want them coming to their countries. Shame the Americans into opening their doors, so we can close ours. Who wouldn’t? They’re like a herd of screaming reptiles threatening to eat everybody alive if they don’t open their doors. Well, I for one would not open any door to any animal screaming to harm me if I don’t. They’ll harm me when I do. Anybody who doesn’t understand that predatory trick, is naive and knows nothing about self-preservation.
Let me in or I’ll huff and puff and blow your house down? Would you let the big bad wolf in? If you do, they take your house and throw you out of it.
Phobias are anxiety disorders. Right now, given that the world Believes the British and Spanish Bullies, claiming that one’s fear of unknown peoples from unfamiliar cultures and countries is a moral choice, thus punishable by mob justice, then it cannot be a phobia.
Phobias have nothing to do with morality or justice.
Victims all over the globe are being threatened, harassed, humiliated, punished and injured, their lives and careers ruined, for having a phobia that is an anxiety disorder.
You cannot have it both ways here. Either it is a phobia or it is not a phobia.
Mob justice committed against those who fear unfamiliar peoples, cultures and countries is enslavement and torture that will lead to slaughter if not stopped. The ones responsible for those deaths will be the bullies: the fearless people who squashed the meek. How’s that going to look in your history books? Oh right, you’ll just rewrite them in your favor. Gotcha.
If I don’t like you or your bully ways, don’t make an artificial phobia out of it, then justify killing me for a fascist/socialist political agenda. The meek are supposed to inherit the earth, remember? Not the bullies. So keep on bullying, a surprise evidently awaits right around that bully bend, over that bully hill.
Let me tell you something: Bullies don’t resist anything. That’s what bullies don’t do. There’s no discipline in a bully. They never hold back. They’re the first ones to scream, they’re the first ones to throw a punch, then when their victim screams and punches back they go hysterical. They can’t handle what they dish out.
How can you resist a fearful, weak person? You can’t. There’s nothing to resist.
All you can do with a bully is stand your ground. Most states in the USA have laws that protect bullies. You need an actual law stating that a victim of a bully can fight back. It’s called ‘stand your ground’.
‘We the people’ protect a bully’s right to pummel someone, but not the victim’s right to respond in kind. The victim is required to run like a coward, which of course continues the cycle of bullying. That’s the level of problem-solving in this country. It’s too hard to solve, so put the onus on the victim. It’s like blaming the woman for being raped. We can’t stop the bully; we can’t stop men from raping, so work on the victim to prevent or stop the crime.
Now that’s a messed up condition in a so-called free country. It’s free for bullies. And they are everywhere, at every turn. The victims are required by law to turn the other cheek to their assailant.
No wonder so many criminals want to live and work inside the USA.
The USA feeds people to bullies, like live bait.
My mother is making me stronger the longer I take to not grieve her passing.
She passed in such a graceful, let me go type of way, on her terms, and only when she knew as the mother to all of us that we would all be okay without her.
I know she’s not lost. She just had a bunch of stuff to do and people to see and help before she got to me. I always said take care of them first, I’m okay, now she’s holding me to it.
Frankly I was looking for some time to get stuff together. I was hoping for a ‘Mom’s on vacation away from all of us and her lifelong responsibility to all of us’ type of vacation – for her.
Don’t worry, she took it. She deserved it. Dad did too. We all do – at that point when our life becomes nothing to the world or anything on or in it. It’s a private passing, once gone from the tender thoughts of those whispering them, or the thoughts we whisper to ourselves as we hug ourselves to death’s door, when there really isn’t anybody else doing it for us.
I wanted to get my apartment looking really good – even though a lot of it is dumpster, second hand stuff – before she arrived via the spirit machine – to view it from a new dimension.
She once told me, “Don’t you ever be ashamed of that, Sharon”. I said, “I’m not.” My mother knew I could pick the best from the worst.
My mother-in-law knowing I didn’t have much in the way of clothes said more than once to me, “You would look good in a potato sack”. I believed her.
Although both my mothers loved to hate me for all the right and wrong reasons, I always loved them – because they were mothers. Because I knew their suffering as women. And because they made the best of the time they lived in, that didn’t accept them as whole human beings. They accepted themselves differently than the world, governments, religions assigned them to be.
Guess they hated me – a part of them hated me – because I wasn’t a mother. And they both wanted that. My mom always saw me as a mother – even as a kid – because of the way I cared about everybody. My mom-in law wanted to see what little Steve’s and Sharon’s would look like. Just like our dogs probably and a couple of cats and gold fish and turtles and birds. Pick an animal any animal.
Finally my mother when she saw that I was not going to go for that glamorous job she pictured me in, said in resignation but also a recognition of truth, ‘the animals need you Sharon’. She read me. I sent her all of what I wrote. My father was more worried for me, that the path I took as activist would hurt me, so did what he could do to block me – nothing. He got it. He knew me as an engineer. My mother knew me as a mother. They both saw themselves in me.
That right there is the greatest compliment that my Mom and Dad ever gave to me – that they saw themselves in me.
Of course they feared for me, taking risks like I did, but they read my essays, yes my father too, and they knew I was right.
They also knew how they raised me and how I raised them and together even if apart we all would do the right thing for all of us and the individual of us and somehow it would all work out as a family growing into something better, still remembering the gentle and rough times equally.
~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight
The mind is most powerful when it’s stubborn. The resistance of the mind is like super glue–one drop holds a yacht, keeps a mountain from moving, stops the sea from separating, and creates a frustration so intense in a person witnessing it in another, that it can cause heart attacks, strokes, cancer and who knows what else.
Stubbornness isn’t even like cancer; it’s worse. Cancer you can deal with; a stubborn person you can’t. There is no amount of reason one can use, no amount of persuasion, no sum of money or pile of gold, to move a stubborn person who says no to change their mind to say yes.
And stubbornness abounds–with more than enough to go around–in all sectors of life, within all groups, cultures and nations. Can anything good be said of stubbornness? No. The ominous cloud of stubbornness has no silver lining. It’s a formidable tool, a weapon as cold and hard-hitting as the atomic bomb. It destroys lives, families, businesses, cultures, countries. It can turn an entire planet upside down. But it rarely destroys the person whom it houses. It is therefore a great protector. The stubborn person lives in the eye of the storm. No matter where they go, they take their storms with them–mowing down everything and everybody in their paths, while they stay secure.
Stubbornness is an addiction, like any other, but unlike any other, in that it has yet to be recognized as one. Once a person uses it to get what they want, the thrill of success, perverse as it is, makes it nearly impossible to stop. Stubbornness requires no skill. It’s as easy as eating pie. That’s the allure. It’s easy–too easy–for those who don’t give an owl’s hoot for anything or anyone but themselves. It feels good and it works. It gives control where there otherwise would be none, because the stubborn person has yet to develop the skills necessary to make changes. In fact, they don’t like change.
Can a stubborn person become not stubborn? Sure they can, but they won’t. Fear keeps them from it–fear of the unknown, fear of losing their power, fear of losing control, fear of life, fear of living that life, fear of themselves. There are no mirrors where they live, no reflections. They can’t reflect, because they can’t interact. They live in isolation, fearing the world–a painful, hollow, meaningless existence.
Is there hope for the stubborn among us? Sure there is. All it takes is a little courage to step out beyond the safety of the eye of the storm in which they live, and feel the havoc they’ve created, accept responsibility for the ruin they’ve inflicted, and then say yes–to life, to living, to giving, to sharing, to learning.
It’s not unlike the courage needed by the people pleaser who fears rebuke to say no.
Acting fearless doesn’t mean you are without fear as you act.
~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight
Unfortunately, most of black America was happy when a white cop shot dead a black man in the back. The dead black man is now a martyr for the black cause.
A few weeks ago, a white cop shot a white man in the back while sitting on him. It didn’t make headlines, because white lives don’t matter. Most white people think he probably deserved it.
If white people don’t care what happens to other white people, in those situations, in that they think they bring on their own misfortune, why would black America think white people should care about their misfortune, just because they’re black?
They don’t care when it happens to a white person, to one of their own race, one of their own kind, because white people are more distant from each other than black people are to each other. White people are taught from early on to be independent, separate, stand on your own two feet, or fall. Either way you’re alone, unless you’re privileged, but even then there are limits to what the rich group will accept in bad behavior or risk being ostracized.
Blacks don’t ostracize their own. That’s a big difference between groups.
Unfortunately, black America is targeting the white middle and lower classes for grievances they have with the upper classes of all colors, hoping that attacking those who don’t have a say in policy, will force (through fear) those without said power to speak up in support of black America’s grievances. That is an unrealistic expectation. They don’t speak up for themselves – even when they’re fearful.
A black person wouldn’t do it for a white person as evidenced by several black men beating up a white man on a subway, while every black person on the train sat, watched and did nothing to assist. I’ve lived in Cleveland, Ohio for twenty years. I know that’s the drill.
Attacking people without power for the purpose of forcing them to rise up against their leaders – risking limbs and death to do it – is a military strategy used against foreign countries when the country using the strategy can’t get the leaders of the offending country to change their ways. They in essence use the people who don’t matter (the lower classes) as sacrificial lambs to achieve their goals.
The strategy never benefits the ones being forced against their will to fight for a foreign entity with the purpose of displacing their leaders.
It is inappropriate for black America to be using military strategies inside America, that either involve forcing powerless people to martyr themselves or involve forcing powerless people to act violently on behalf of, or in support of, a cause.
Black people keep telling white people to stop fearing them. That’s probably a good place to start with a strategy for change – something that doesn’t invoke images of people being burned alive and towns leveled, or even someone screaming in your face. Simply telling someone not to fear you won’t work. This fear didn’t develop overnight. If you want someone to fear you, they will. You know the gestures. Everybody knows them.