Yesterday the redneck racists trolled and broke into the Capitol. It was mayhem in D.C. and the sad thing about it is that those fools have children that were climbing the side of the Capitol building like monkeys. It's ironic that Black folks have been called monkeys and thugs and what I witnessed yesterday I saw a lot of rednecks acting like what they called us. What really gets me angry is that the police opened the barricades and allowed them to come in. That tells me that we have racist police siding with these rednecks so where is the justice?
During this mayhem a redneck lost her life among a few others. I don't look at this woman as hero but a redneck who received karma immediately after breaking into the capitol and not listening to the officers who told her to stop. Her children and family have to admit that the choice she made to go there to stand up for a man that was a coward was the wrong move and ended tragically taking her life. She chose a man with no backbone over her children. Take that in for a moment that she made a decision to gear up go to DC and break in the capitol for what exactly? Though she fought for this country who did she really fight for it wasn't me. It's ironic that this situation happened and definitely hurtful for her children who she thought she was proving point and lost her life doing so. I have no sympathy for this woman loosing her life because she made the choice to loose her life. She believed lies from a man who is a coward and to believe these lies for over four years she got what she was looking for a consequence of dying for a cowardly man.
What really angers me is that the police were scarce and when you look at the peaceful protest that Black Americans had last year with the Black Lives Matter. The National Guard was called in sprayed mace, hurt and maimed more that four people. There are two different laws when it comes to justice one for white America and one for Brown and Black people.
Now my mother never taught me to be racist or to recognize others skin color. Amerikkka taught me racism and what it means to be Black in Amerikkka. It was Rebecca Wilson who called me a nigger in the 5th grade, it was white racists cops that beat me and my three children at Penn Station in 1993.
I was brought up in Florida and had love from many people that were white. Alice Fox was one of my white mommas who I love to this day and showed me love unconditionally as a child. Ryan and Shanda Fox were her grandchildren who showed me love and to be honest never saw me as a threat or a thug. I use to babysit Shanda and Ryan they were my family when my mother was working. I never experienced real racism until I was an adult.
Today I feel that folks have to prove themselves to be around me because I don't trust many people Black or white. My mistrust may stem from situations in my life from being a survivor of rape, domestic violence and police brutality. Being a survivor of such heinous crimes against me, I still stand and can love others. I am grateful for my experiences because they made me the woman I am today strong assertive and fair.
My mother was disappointed with me recently because she felt that I was being racist with my statements of speaking out. I had to inform her I am not angry with her, I am angry that Amerikkka is NOT fair when it comes to people of color. The way Amerikkka has treated Black people is NOT fair especially when it comes to us protesting and standing up for human rights.
Let me be clear I have no hate for white people I despise racists that are given a pass. The scene of the capitol yesterday angered me how they could vandalize the Capitol and not be arrested immediately. In fact I saw one police officer escort a white woman down the stairs who broke into the capitol who should have been arrested immediately. As a Black woman I know if it was Black people we would have been shot and killed before we even got close to the building and that is what most Black people in America feel as well.
Blessingz and thanks for listening to me vent about this terrible situation yesterday. I wish the best for the U.S. but my goal is to purchase my Beneteau and ht the islands as soon as I can.