Black Means Bad?
This was originally posted as a comment on "Blacks Attack" but I felt not as many people would read it if it was a comment.
In her post, Dominique makes it sound like black people try to terrorize everyone else. We are not like that at all. You would only understand if you got on the bus and every one looks at you like you have something growing out the side of your face. We are treated horribly, and people wonder why we want to treat them the same way. When you walk down the street, people don't grab their purses and hold them close to them like they're expecting you to rob them. It's something we don't expect you to understand, it is infuriating having people scared of you. I understand why people would be scared, but some of the scariest looking black people are the nicest. Half of us don't care what someone else is doing, you can drop money in front of us and most of us will pick it up and hand it to you.
We are not worried about robbing people and almost all of the violence involved with black people is against each other so what do you mean we try to instill fear in other races? Dominique said that the black people who live in the projects are committing most of these crimes. Did she realize that the majority of the crimes that happen with black people are are around my area within 20 miles of my house if not less,and where I live is classified as one of the richest black neighborhoods in the United States, probably making it one of the richest black neighborhoods in the world?
It has nothing to do with poverty but instead with propaganda. By the way, rhe average black family makes just as much if not more than the average white family. Rappers talk about sex money and drugs, and a lot of them have no experience with what their rapping about, it's all about what sells:
This is an example a Rap songs made to sell off of talking about drugs:
This one is about money: