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Mr. Riley



My reader sent me this.


Like it or not, black family, we’re gonna have to fight our way out of this. EVERY group of people on this planet knows that we are the most vulnerable group on earth. In order to align themselves with the Dominant Group, they will go to great heights to prove to us, and the world, that we’re on the bottom of the barrel.

This post isn’t about whether or not the music professor was right or wrong in defending himself.

It’s about this:

Do you think this underage hispanic student would’ve treated a white teacher, who is old enough to be his father, this way?

And if he had, what would be the consequences for him and his parents? And his entire community?

When you find the answer, then ask yourself WHY black people ALLOW this behaviour.


And finally, what are we gonna do about it?


Next year is a very important year for us. Those of you that are into metaphysics know what I’m talking about. When will we decide enough is enough?


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