Black Women and Girls, Black Men and Boys, and Police Brutality in Amerikkka

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Some of the many Black People murdered by police/citizens in the last 15 years.

As we have welcome in the new year, police brutality and the Black Community continues to be a part of national discourse. Police brutality has always been a problem for the Black Community , but 2014 seemed to be the year of increasing incidents of police brutality. Whites, whether they be police or regular citizens have gotten away with the murders of Black People for hundreds of years with absolutely no repercussions whatsoever. It is just as Amerikkkan as apple pie ( I present a few examples of murdered Black Peoples stories because the amount of Black People murdered by whites is too many to name here). We are just now getting news that there will be no federal indictment in the shooting death of Micheal Brown by police officer Darrin Wilson. Meanwhile Kendrick Johnson’s family continues to seek justice for the his gym mat death by filing a $100 million dollar lawsuit  and calling for “Kendrick’s Law” which will make it mandatory requirement for all American coroners to be medically-trained professionals.

The deaths of Micheal Brown and Eric Garner was the catalyst for national and (international) marches and  protests demanding that cops who kill unarmed Black Men/Boys to be held accountable. Black Women and Girls are often left out of the conversations surrounding the Black Community and police brutality as if the only Black People are Black Men. This makes it appear as if Blackness and Black issues are ONLY centered around Black Men. Both Black People and non-Black People are guilty of this. Black Women have to remind everyone that our lives matter too. This is SAD.

I’ve noticed around the time Reneisha McBride’s murderer was being sentenced the news of the Micheal Brown shooting made national headlines and Reneisha’s story immediately disappeared from the news (and seemingly public memory). Then there is the story of Tenisha Anderson, last year the 37-year-old mentally ill Black Woman of Cleveland, Ohio was slammed to the ground by police resulting in her death. Her story barely made the news and a lot of people don’t even know her story or don’t pay it too much attention. In addition, Al Charlatan, I mean Sharpton, organized marches and protests for Mike Brown and Eric Garner and other Black Men and Boys, but RARELY IF NEVER marches and protests for Black Women and Girls. He’s not the only one. Now I’m not saying NO Black people on an individual level do not  care and try to protect Black Women/Girls, but the Black community collectively march, protest, and seek justice for murdered Black men and Boys at the hands of whites more so than they do for Black Women and Girls. THIS MUST STOP! We can’t continue to ignore how Black Women and Girls are NOT exempt from white violence in any form while expecting Black Women and Girls to march and protest while it’s rarely done for Black Women and Girls.

Black Women are always on the front lines marching and protesting when Black Men and Boys are murdered like dogs by whites, so the same should be done for Black Women and Girls. This called is reciprocity. We need to march for, protests for, and REMEMBER ALL Black People  murdered by whites. We need to show the same level of concern for the lives of ALL Black People. Cause if we don’t, who else will? #ALLBLACKLIVESMATTER

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Introduction: Welcome to My Blog!

Hi, I’m Tired Sista. I’m tired because of the centuries old injustices toward black people by mainly white people (and sometimes nonblack people of color) on a global scale because of the global system of racism (white supremacy) or white supremacy (racism). I am also tired of how nonblack people mistreat and act toward black people and how black people mistreat one another and act toward one another which is also because of the global system white supremacy (racism). It’s time to learn the truth and from there began change through re-education to end the mistreatment of Africans by Whites, other Africans, and everyone else in between. DISCLAIMER: I AM NOT HERE TO MAKE ANYONE FEEL GOOD OR COMFORTABLE,  ESPECIALLY THE PALE DEGENERATES CALLED WHITE PEOPLE AND NO ATTACKS AGAINST THE BLACK FAMILY OR YOU WILL BE BANNED!

Over the last decade I’ve dedicated much of my time and energy learning the truth about black history, heritage, and culture that has been deliberately suppressed from the African diaspora (and the entire world) for centuries while being MIS-educated within the European MIS-education system. We are programmed to believe that everyone throughout world history  who was great and who did anything great or of any importance was white (i.e., Jesus, Ancient Egyptians). I’ve also come to realize the often times painful realization of how slavery, colonialism, racism (white supremacy) and its byproducts (i.e. colorism, sexism/misogyny/misogynoir) has damaged the African psyche the world over to a great extent having us thinking and believing that white people are superior and  are the center of the universe while harboring self-hate toward ourselves and each other. Everyday black people who are aware/conscious or who are becoming aware/conscious watch our fellow Africans who are unaware self-destruct by fighting one another, killing one another, harming one another,  hating one another and hating oneself, by skin bleaching to appear more white, bed room bleaching (race-mixing) and other forms of black self-destruction. Many of us just don’t understand that we do this to each other because of 500 years of white supremacy programming from cradle to grave.

Those of us who are still operating in an unaware/unconscious state of mind do not make,refuse to make, or just don’t know how to make any efforts to deprogram the hundreds of years of white supremacy programming  fed to us day in and day out via the MIS education system, mass media and other outlets by simply taking advantage of the many resources available to us such as books and lectures by our master teachers like Dr. Clarke, Dr. Welsing, Cheik Anta Diop and many more to help us become the proud respectable Africans we should be. From generation to generation we just simply accepted that we were “inferior” to white people and we are a people with no history, heritage, or culture worth celebrating or knowing and that we come from a continent that is devoid of civilization and enlightenment.

Dr. Frances Cress Welsing, a black woman Washington, DC based behavioral scientist and psychiatrist  and author of “The Isis Papers: The Keys to the Colors” functional definition of racism (white supremacy) is defined as “the local, national, and global power system and dynamic, structured and maintained by persons who classify themselves as white whether, consciously, unconsciously, or subconsciously which consist of patterns of perceptions, logic, symbol formation, thought, speech, action, and emotional response as conducted simultaneously in all 9 areas of people activity (economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war) for the ultimate purpose of white genetic survival and to prevent white genetic annihilation on planet earth-a planet in which the vast majority of people are classified as non-white (black, brown, red, and yellow) by white skinned  people, and all of the nonwhite people are genetically dominant (in terms of skin coloration) compared to the genetic recessive white skin people.”

My conclusion is that in order for black people to become whole again and to be the proud and mighty race we once were like our proud and mighty ancient African ancestors is to learn true black history (and world history), heritage, culture,  learn the purpose and the inner workings of the system of racism (white supremacy), and to learn the truth about the caucasoid race (white people); who they are, where they come from, and why they treat us the way they do. We must make a great effort to wake up from the white supremacy (racism) induced coma/spell and rediscover the truth while doing away with white supremacist thought, speech, and actions plaguing the African Diaspora if we truly desire the end of racism (white supremacy) and liberation for Africa and African people worldwide.

So join me on my journey as I blog about my thoughts, observations, and experiences as an African person, woman, and VORWS (Victim of Racism (White Supremacy)) living within the  evil local, national, and global system of racism ( white supremacy) and what I as an individual and we (Africans) as a collective can do to eliminate it and the major problems it has caused us.