Respect Begets Respect

Name calling.

Black Africans living in the USA call themselves ‘niggers’, claiming it as their term of endearment when spoken black to black, or black to white, but becomes one of insult when spoken white to black.

That’s an example of how Blacks micro-manage their thoughts, words and actions when processing who they discriminate against and in what circumstances based on their prejudices, which of course if left unchecked leads to enslavement (total control over an individual or group in specific ways), torture and slaughter.

In a public setting, the level of ‘nigger-calling’ increases proportionately to the number of black people present to the number of white people in range of hearing it. The Blacks in these instances must out-number the whites at least beyond the 50% point for them to start using it excessively. It’s not only in bars; it’s in the workplace too.

So, they’re obviously more comfortable using ‘nigger’ in front of white people when they have a lot of backup, which signals to me that they know they shouldn’t be saying something, that they demand others, specifically white people, not to use under threat of bodily harm, career destruction, and/or burning of businesses.

Living in Cleveland, I hear it often.

I keep wondering why their use of the word doesn’t offend them, if somebody else’s use of it does – to the point of needing to burn a village to calm themselves down – when all about them the word is flying through the air straight from their own mouths like it belongs there.

Black Rage is manufactured into a cause by those who can’t or who lack the will to control their emotive outbursts – forming it into a natural Black human condition, accepting the role of forever slave which justifies the violent actions taken to gain financial and political capital.

Similar to the Jews who legitimized their behavior by forming into a religion and a government, that which they cannot nor have the will to change, some blacks raise up the Black Man’s Rage as worthy of respect. A forever slave deserves some violent privileges – and they will be taken.

Every group contains people who lack the will to change and would go to extreme violent means to hold onto their flaws. They have a short fuse. Men in particular, and maybe men in particular don’t try to curb their bad behavior because the social networks they live in give them a free pass. Really now, burn a city, commit atrocities, burn people alive just because you’re upset?

The BLACK MAN’S RAGE?

Savage. Brainless. Opportunistic. Dictatorial. Sadistic. Demonic. Horrific. I can think of lots of words to describe atrocious behavior. Calling someone a ‘nigger’ isn’t even a blip on the screen. So why the disproportionate response, even if it is said in a disparaging way, what did you do to provoke that name-calling? Oh, the white people should have more control over their anger toward black people?

Here we go again.

On planet Earth, respect works both ways. You can’t expect someone to respect you, if you don’t respect them back. You can’t expect someone to accept you or to care about what you care about, unless you accept and care about them.

That’s the way it works, like it or not. If you don’t operate within the parameters of the universal rule: Respect Begets Respect, then you’re considered a tyrant, and nobody wants to work or do business with you.

Oh, by the way, you know how calling one of your own a ‘nigger’ is okay? It’s a term of endearment you say?

Do you love your Mom and Dad?

Do you call your Mom ‘nigger’?

nigga?

Do you call your Dad ‘nigger’?

nigga?

Do you call your children or grandparents, or aunts and uncles ‘nigger’/nigga?

Think about it. In the privacy of your own thoughts of course, where you are free to express yourself absent recrimination.

Everybody owns their own thoughts.

Or do they?






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Stop Demanding Stupid Stuff

I’m not going to respect you because you’re black.

Respect works both ways.

You’re not going to respect me because I’m white.

Besides, it’s prejudicial and discriminatory to respect someone because of the color of their skin.

Stop demanding stupid stuff.






 

JUST LEAVE THEM ALONE

You don’t have to be an animal lover to respect their right to life. You don’t even have to like them. Just leave them alone and don’t get in the way of their survival. They don’t get in your way. When is the last time a cow, pig, goat, lamb, chicken, buffalo, trout, lobster disrespected your right to life?

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight

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BLACK STRIPE

RESPECT IS A SIDE EFFECT OF GOING ANIMAL-FREE

Begin by going one day a week, any day or any meal, without meat. Then advance to more days on more occasions.

Or start with eliminating dairy and eggs. About 65% of the human population has lactose intolerance. Eating/drinking dairy, besides being unnatural after being weaned from mother, besides causing digestive disturbances via lactose intolerance, coats your tongue white and causes halitosis (bad breath). Try foregoing the cheese on the burger, the cream in your coffee. Try some veggie cheese, then try the veggie burgers. There are many great tasting dairy-free coffee creamers on the market.

Eventually you’ll no longer enjoy the taste of blood from the meat, dairy from the cow, egg from the chicken, or the fishy taste of sea animals, and you’ll wonder why you ever did. The reason you did is because you were raised on those products.

I often wondered why I continued to eat eggs (not that I ate that many, since I didn’t like the odor of them cooking) when it was common knowledge that they contained salmonella – the most common form of food poisoning. We were told via the government and egg producing industries that all we had to do was cook the eggs well to deactivate the poison. What? Who would want to eat something that had a known and well-documented poison in it, deactivated or not?

We did it because everybody else was doing it and the authorities kept telling us it was safe to do so – given that we prepared them right.Well, salmonella is still the most common food-borne illness despite their claims of safety.

As we grow up and leave the nest, it seems that we long for earlier days in a nostalgic kind of way, we become homesick, remembering family and family occasions that always centered around food. That’s why you so often hear people on television who opened restaurants talk about making a dish just like mama did, or just like in the old country.

Cooking like mama did makes us go back in time, giving us comfort. That’s why they call comfort food comfort food. It’s what mama used to make. It takes you back to a different place, a different time, a simpler time. Longing for home is what it’s all about, and food takes us back home, when that home no longer exists, or mama or anyone else you love is no longer here. It’s like seeing them again.

It’s time to grow beyond the food. It’s not the food you long for.

It’s time to choose new food that tastes familiar –  absent the cruelty, absent the ill-health caused by eating the flesh and blood.

People respect those who care about their health and the well-being of other creatures.

You respect how you look, how you feel, and that your actions not only help you, but help preserve life on the planet. Mama would be proud – even though she would resist you in the beginning. Remember, Mama is just like you. She longed for home too.

You’re the example that others pay attention to. Mama would like that. People notice the confidence you display in controlling what you eat and how you act. They notice the aura of power that surrounds everything you do, that makes you the most important and influential person at the center of your universe.

People respect that power in you – because you respect yourself. Mama likes that too!

That power is free. Seize it. Remember mama for the great person she is and that she nourished you in many ways. Food was only one of them. I’ll bet you would love your mama as much, no matter what she fed you.

Respect Mama by being your own person, while bringing her along in your heart and soul wherever you go, whatever you do.

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~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight

THERE’S NO REASON TO LEAVE YOUR PLANET HOME

UNTIL GOD ‘CALLS’ YOU BACK.

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NOT TO DIE AND MAKE OTHERS DIE.

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EARNING RESPECT

If I have to earn your respect, then your respect isn’t worth having.

Forcing someone to earn your respect is an act of prejudice that becomes a process of discrimination.

~ Sharon Lee Davies-Tight