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Hello, welcome to The Cave. Freedom of speech is great!
The core of what I write is supported by statistical facts and not conjecture.
Unruly blacks continue to hypnotize and mesmerize the youth of countries, with their dark charisma i.e. rap albums, glorification of wild street life etc. But the kiddies don’t realize what the results of worshiping them are. Their destructiveness and destructive influence are causing major US cities to look like war zones, or nuclear blast sites.
Anybody that is honest with themselves, knows that it is rare, if not impossible to find a black neighborhood you can feel safe walking through. The top twenty most dangerous cities in the US are predominately black, while the top twenty safest, are White.
The problem is not only in the United States. Africa is the oldest continent to be inhabited by man, according to archeologists, and yet it remains a land of the walking dead shrouded by a blanket of misery, a template for black societal potential. Money has been continually dumped into Africa by countries abroad in an effort to improve it, to no avail. The Dark Continent is the world’s incubator of AIDS. Bands of men, knowing the disease lurks within their land, prowl the streets looking for women to rape, thus sentencing the women to the same demise of the evil assailant.
America is being destroyed, one city at a time. Look at the streets! Please do not con yourselves. How many predominately white towns have bullet proof glass at gas stations?
Political correctness has been inhibiting true progress now for some time. Black advocates will doggedly focus on e.g. one black woman’s claim of alleged rape by white lacrosse players, in the meantime they turn a blind eye to the epidemic of brutal violence occurring everyday in their city streets i.e. AK-47 toting Bloods, Crips and the hundreds of other gangs governing American cities.
Stereotyping has aided man in his attempts at prolonged survival for years. It is one of man’s many survival tools in his repertoire of instincts. If you are bit by a black snake and nearly die, you will be leery of all snakes, especially black ones, for good reason. The intrinsic stereotyping instinct, makes a great servant but a poor master. You should use this tool wisely.
If you know blacks, by laws of probability are more likely to commit an act of violence and accompany this with uneasy feelings you might be having around them, use your instincts you should be at more of a heightened state of awareness. Black people are allowed to survey their surroundings with a leeriness, and you should too. That should fall under the category of common sense. Don’t believe media coverage and political correctness above your own instincts and objectivity.
We do not encourage violence unless in defense of one’s self. We encourage awareness. People should be vigilant. Just simply know that there might be similarities in the races but, they are not the same.
LEGALLY ARM YOURSELVES!!!TAKE THE CLASSES FOR A PERMIT!!! Do not ever initiate violence but be able to defend yourselves.
This is a speech delivered by the late and unlamented, Khallid Muhammad. This demonstrates that contrary to many people’s beliefs, that blacks are capable of racism. Also, notice all of the people that are there, they are giving comments of approval with regards to his fanciful talk of overkill of the White man, you can feel the fury.
“I have always observed that wherever you find the Negro, everything is going down around him, and wherever you find the white man, you see everything around him improving.” —Robert E. Lee, to fellow Virginian Col. Thomas H. Carter, June, 1865
Speak up! Political correctness is lame!
Americans need to remember, they(we) have the right to speak, regardless of the savagery, violence, megalomania and near infinite resourcefulness of those opposed.
Amendment 1 of the Bill of Rights says: ” Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.
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