reply to post by Gorman91
Glad to see you clean lad. But I want you to think. Did talking to yourself and contemplating the consequences make you quit pot and the gangs, or did
some sort of justice?
When I found out my girl was pregnant I immediately tried to change.
I already knew what I was doing was wrong, just like most criminals and gangstas, but that is the whole point, to join a gang, you must be the badest
of the bad.
You must step and fight someone for no reason, everyone knows that is bad, why would you fight someone for no reason.
First time I joined my gang, I had to fight the gang to prove my balls, I stepped against 6 people, I only managed to throw one punch, then I got
grabbed from the back, got the beating of my life, well not my life cause I been through worse, but you know, cut eye, cut lip, bottled head etc.
I can send you a picture of my head when I got hammered in a gang fight.
The point is, some have the culture of being bad, and specially gangsta, they believe being bad is good, it gives them what they want, a family,
women, money, lots of money, drugs, alcohol, cars etc.
When my mrs got pregnant, I thought about the future, what would happen to my son, she wouldn't even tell me she was pregnant for the fear that I
might leave her, I saw her Stomach growing bigger, I didn't tell her, but I knew.
If you know most girls like her, they have a trick up their sleeves when they don't want a baby, I didn't know at first she was gonna go that road,
but she did. She started getting drunk more often and drunk mostly 40% and above, that hit me, so I had to talk to her, she stopped drinking, couple
of days after that = miscarriage.
I changed because of fear, fear of justice, what would happen if I go to prison, and I have a son who doesn't even know me. One of my young recruits,
I took care of him, and his family, his dad was the leader of Head Hunters in West Auckland patch. His dad in prison, he only met his dad recently,
when he came out.
I can go on with these stories, but my point still is the same as before:
Justice and forgiveness, not just forgiveness, or just justices.
They should be together, and it is under the law, whether you want to forgive or not. Here in New Zealand they say, do you want to press charges?