posted on Feb, 2 2012 @ 01:01 PM
I am white. In the 8th Grade, my first love was a black guy (that was raised white/black). Sure, he was raised in a white AAA high school. However,
he didn't act wronged because he was outnumbered (which has to suck considering there were 5 blacks). Do you find it interesting he was straight A,
athletic, polite, funny, everyone enjoyed him and his entire family finished College. They make mad money and I am happy for anyone's success. =)
My mom taught me color wasn't an issue. I can do the running man, Roger rabbit, drop it to the floor, I can be-box, I am feisty, I have a strong
vocabulary (when I choose to), I can speak and comprehend Ebonics like most of my white friends, we accept it, and anything you can do we can do,
Now, why white people are offended and tired of feeling bad for their Grandparents Grandparents learned behaviors:
Some black people (including most black comedians) make fun of the white man for reaching out when people need help, making themselves fully available
to help w/ directions, etc. Like some black men, every white man in my life makes an effort to be friendly, helpful, and loves thy neighbor w/o
wanting something in return.
Yet, my black friends never leave home w/o their defensive offended side. My experience has been the black men in my life have been
unavailable-unless they need me or mine, and they annoy my white friends with honey do lists a mile long; move me, love me, hook me up and don't stop
giving us the shirt off your back, white man, because I might not "get" what I "want" if you cut me off. BTW, we sure do have issues seems w/in
my brown circle - their cup must be fuller than mine, as long as they "get" what they "want" from me, they keep coming around. Then, they
disappear until the next time they need some vanilla guy to put in work.
We are victims of our society because we all act a fool. Blacks expect certain perks simply because our past history; RIP MLK (Yes, I am very proud
of his work and I allow my white daughter, to attend the MLK events - Although, I have to sign a school waiver.)
If we choose to be wronged, we are only victimizing ourselves. Only you can decide whether or not people offend you. If someone hates on you, so
what. The world is hate. Plus, black people have a tendency to be rude to me in stores, brush past me, they NEVER hold the door for me maybe because
I am a prissy girl - haters. And didn't all mommas teach their babies to say "thank you"?
White and Black men are responsible for hate, rude behavior, prejudice thoughts based upon their upbringing.
There are a few things you should consider:
Never has a white girl acted like she wants to lay me out just because they are wronged.
Never has a white girl acted like she wants to lay me out just because I looked at her wrong.
Never has a white girl pushed up against me in a club because my clan could drop it like it's hot, too. If deemed necessary, a white girl is equally
qualified to saddle up for battle and white girls appear vulnerable, but you know white girls are nuts too.
Black Dating sites.
Black holiday to support your grandparent's grandparent's unfortunate PAST experiences.
Black only Barber shops.
Whites will turn cold on a moment’s notice...just like the black man.
We are equal.
White, Black, Brown, Tan people are ugly at times, but no colored race should receive special perks, be allowed to voice their colored opinions w/o
backlash, or act wronged because because because...who knows. Really? Is the problem because of color or could it be a person of any color has been
"taught" to discriminate based upon their parents teachings?
My mom taught me how to be thankful, giving, available, cautious and, so on. When was the last time you personally donated your time, goods or
services for the good of mankind? Isn't that what life has come to?
Let try something new and accept our lives as a gift. We have one chance to be our best and to prove our worth. Love your opportunities, and forgive
777 times. If you choose to be bitter, at least leave the white/black issue at home.
Life as we know it is over...in the days ahead. Just love all men so you aren't judged. Be your very best.