Can’t believe we still have to protest about this sh**

**I hesitate to post this due to Americas current racial climate. The accusations of me being racist will come and I will hear “your white! You have no right to write or say this!” I refuse to take part in a make shift revolution that doesn’t involve all who are systematically oppressed despite color. There is a dangerous push going on in this country fueled by the elitist(black and white).**
“I am convinced America has a love affair with the oppressor and hates the oppressed.” 
“What they have and are doing to the black community at night, they are doing to the white community during the day, but none see the oppressions that be. Two forms for both colors.” 
Humanities of today mimicking the humanity of yesterday 

past and present have held hands 




still exist in skin

breaths lost in hollowed woods

have found a home in new skin. 

I see within black men and women the mind of white ideologies of hatred and racisms,

within white men and women the black mind and ideologies of guilt and submission held accountable for a history they did not create but yet forced to carry the burdens.
There will be no revolution in America 

rather a reversal of roles,

stories will be left untold. 

The pushers of a greater agenda will never tell you 


of the white skinned people

who lead many slaves through the underground rail ways to safety,

fought to end slavery 

only of those “whites” that enslaved.


questions buried on the shores of kings and queens, 

none of us know the true colors of the ruling classes, they could be you as much as they could be me.
I will take no part in a revolution that doesn’t involve all that are 



Just because my oppressions don’t look like yours doesn’t mean they are any less oppressive,







submissions to a two fold Uncle Tom. 

So we will fight each other for power, 



holding each other accountable, never touching the system that created us and Americas current hyper, and polarized state of collectivisms. 

8 thoughts on “Can’t believe we still have to protest about this sh**

  1. Some of my ancestors died at Gettysburg. Some died in the Revolution that founded this nation. Some of my ancestors died on the Trail of Tears. Some of my ancestors gave free care or almost free to former slaves . My mom grew up with more black friends than white when she was young. My step grandmother was Okinawan. My little sister and brother are part Asian. I owe no guilt to anyone. My best man at my wedding to my ex wife was black. I refuse to allow this movement of anti-white racism to prevail.

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    1. I so appreciate your comment and I agree with you. I refuse to be a part of this “movement” nothing good will come from this. I feel no guilt and have spoken out against this anti white movement, nothing but hatred. If there are any valid points being made they have been completely lost to hatred and racisms towards whites.

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  2. We’re all oppressed in one way or another by the two percent that actually run this show all over the globe. It’s almost impossible to break totally free, but then again, what else are you going to do with that time left on your hands?

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    1. I agree oppression is for all just packaged differently and freedom from that seems nearly impossible but I applaud efforts made. Pulling any back from the ledge seems difficult also. Americas divisions seem to be worsening as I watched a protest yesterday, the comments were very disturbing from one group to another.

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      1. The divisions were always there but with easy access now to social media and how quickly that spreads, it seems worse because the groups are now so visibly vocal. Humans are tribal by nature and have always felt distrust and fear for other tribes.

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        1. How true and right you media has made so much appear bigger than what it actually is. Humans are very tribal and I’m not sure if they will ever really change. One will always fight for dominance

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