The Black Lives Matter Movement is Killing… Black People


Baltimore experienced the highest murder rate in its history this past year. Everyone acknowledges that a reduced police presence in the most troubled sections of the city — read majority-minority sections — is a significant contributing factor.

See if you can guess which demographic group has suffered the most under this deadly onslaught. Yep. Black people. At the hands of other black people who, in response to the reduced police presence, have preyed on their fellow citizens like wolves on rabbits.

The questions pose themselves immediately: Why would there be a “reduced police presence” in troubled sections of Baltimore? How could there possibly be a “reduced police presence” in troubled sections of Baltimore? Talk about something that makes no sense whatsoever!

The answer, though, is quite simple: The “Black Lives Matter” movement — subsequent to the controversial death of Freddie Gray — demanded it. They demanded that the police reduce their presence in troubled sections of Baltimore. Knowing that the deaths of black people, at the hands of other black people, would be the result. Not caring one jot that the deaths of hundreds of black people would be the result.

The “Black Lives Matter” movement is not a “Civil Rights” organization. It’s not concerned with… actual black lives. It is a racist, leftist group primarily concerned with keeping racial tensions inflamed, so that more black people will mindlessly join the leftist plantation. So what if they have to kill a few black people to achieve their goals! After all, to make an omelette…(1)

Look, I understand power dynamics, and I know that you have to persuade people to come to your point of view if you want their support in elections and in society. However, the “Black Lives Matter” movement made a conscious decision to make demands of Baltimore, and other cities — demands that the police reduce their presence — demands that they knew would result in the deaths of black people. That’s reprehensible. It’s despicable, it’s inexcusable… it’s — call it by its proper name — evil.

Do black lives really matter? Not to the “Black Lives Matter” movement.

— xPraetorius

Notes:


(1) A pithy little maxim attributed to Josef Stalin, one of the most prolific mass murderers in human history: “To make an omelette, you have to crack a few eggs.”

16 thoughts on “The Black Lives Matter Movement is Killing… Black People

  1. I’m sorry, but your post has made a lot of mistakes, and shows you’ve done little actual research as to what BLM is about.

    By the way, I was saying goodbye to that previous skirmish, though I know you’ll rehash, repeat and recycle your usual online behavior here.

    Maybe you should actually converse with those from the movement and learn what it’s about. And no, saying how you talked to them and how they said what you wrote is not the same. Black people, especially those in the movement, don’t have collective minds. Perhaps if you see that, you may actually start to understand where black people who are not conservatives are coming from regardless of whether you think is wrong or not.

    The thing about learning is to accept when one is wrong or not. I was wrong when I was younger about my people. I thought only we were the cause of most of our problems. I believed in black-on-black crime. But I started to actually read books and articles, watch videos, listen to other people’s opinions, even though I disagreed with them, and over time, I changed my thought process. I didn’t just make assumptions and based it on them, nor did I continue learning from like-minded individuals, like you suggested. I did my research and started opening my heart and mind. Is there still much I have to learn? Yes. And I’m openly humble about it and are making efforts.

    What you’re clearly is not learning. Instead, you condemn posts and comments that are not align in any way with your thinking. You call them nonsense, nitwittery and hogwash without seemingly a care for how juvenile you sound. When people argue, even as politely and intellectually as they possibly can, you double down on your rudeness and condescension. And if and when they had enough and eject you, you claim how you were civil, intellectual and how they were the bad guys or girls.

    That’s why I call you a troll, and that’s why some would call it ‘snowflakey’ behavior. It’s not a conservative thing, but I’ve seen it with grown commentators like Bill O’Reilly, Glenn Beck and Tomi Lahren, among others. And for some reason that can only be explained by science, you don’t see how this depreciates your qualifications on talking about subjects in which you (1) know little or nothing about, (2) get defensive to the point where you become offensive and (3) portray yourselves as the ones who are right and they are wrong.

    Listen, I’m not saying those on the right are all the same. There are points that I agree with. However, with this kind of behavior, you are hurting your own cause. Of course, you’ll tell me the same, but conservatism advocates personal responsibility, does it not? Why won’t some of you practice that and stop falling into the hypocrisy trap and further harming your causes?

    I wouldn’t have been obscene to you and I wouldn’t have banned you if you weren’t being an arrogant jerk. Sooner or later, you’re going to have to face the personal truth about yourself.

    Your taunting me into continue online bouts with you is immature, making me think how old you really are. No one with a mature or level-headed mindset would resort to this behavior, and deep inside, you know it. And no, this isn’t me trying to read your mind. I’m going by your actions and responses which are two other things you don’t want to accept as the truth.

    You’ve put up this thick wall between you and other people. You start being mean to others who without taking time to understand what they’re saying. And when they reject you, you sit there and almost portray yourself as a victim. That’s like punching someone in the face, they punch you back and you cry out, “Why did you punch me?”

    Here’s the thing you don’t want to accept. Black people are struggling. They have been struggling and will continue to struggle. Is there a crime problem in our neighborhoods? Yes. Black conservatives and liberals agree. Where we differ is how and why it happens. But overall, both sides want the problem to be cured.

    If you were to do some research, you would see that BLM is aware and against crime in their neighborhoods and that they don’t want a lesser police presence but want police to see them as citizens as opposed to threats worthy for them to go trigger-happy. You want to know how I know. I read. I’ve went to articles and the website for the movement. I listen to them on videos. Bottom line: BLM wants the lives of black people to matter to black people and the police. Why do you insist otherwise?

    Judging by your post, you obviously didn’t take your own advice. Most likely you got your information from a right wing source while rejecting other views, some which may enlighten you more. It’s just a suggestion that doesn’t warrant you calling it your usual names. Again, that’s not the way to get people to listen when you put them or their thoughts down like a rotten child. I already showed you an example of the kind of behavior that repels. I got plenty more as you love to respond hoping to beat your opponent in a fight they didn’t ask for but a fight you look for willingly.

    Abagond didn’t start it. I didn’t start it. And I doubt other bloggers you’ve engaged in have started it. You made threw the first punch. Abagond and his commenters fought back, and then you ran away when it was obvious you couldn’t win making an excuse how you’re involved in some research – which I doubt is true – before he banned you.. Please don’t argue. I saw it in plain sight. You know it’s false. It’s a lie. Why not admit it? Why not be an adult and admit to something not true.

    I know you’re not a group. I know when you respond, you’re not a black woman. And I know it was you behind those numerous names. I know. I’m not that easily fooled. I wasn’t born yesterday. I’ve been blogging long enough to know when something’s fishy. So, come clean already. Stop being the coward you always call me and admit it. Stop making yourself out to be a pathological liar afraid of the truth and attack those who know. Honestly.

    Don’t be the baby you recently call me and stop with the denial from something so plainly obvious. Stop with the insults and condescension if and when you reply to this response piece by piece. Don’t you have any decency within you to take a break from baseless repetition, arrogance, racism and insatiable hatred of all things left? Can’t you for once not respond in your usual deplorable manner and be honest. I’m not trying to win arguments or make myself superior to you. But you apparently want to win so bad and want to make yourself out to be the superior mind in battles no one asked for.

    Don’t you have any decency, for real?

      1. No problem… One serious question, though. Why not proofread just a bit more before hitting submit?

        I know it’s a pain on others’ blogs. Once you hit submit, it’s gone!

        Anytime you want me to make an edit, I’ll be happy to.

        Best,

        — x

          1. I’m not God, of course. But I do proofread. You should try it too.

            Also, I’m embarrassed when I make silly mistakes like typos, incorrect word use, and the like.

            You, obviously, don’t place much stock in such intellectual rigor. Okay. That shows itself in your thinking as well.

            Not sure why you’d want to let everyone in the world know that you’re either careless, or less than entirely literate, or ignorant, or not that bright, but to each his own.

            Best,

            — x

          2. Lol! Okay.

            The BIG question, though, is what will happen when you actually face the things that you say, and put them up against the points that others have made in dissent.

            Oh, that’s right… you’re a leftist, and a card-carrying member of the RGI. They don’t do that kind of analysis. It would lead to their not being racists anymore.

            Best,

            — x

    1. Well! A long post merits a long reply! So, as you might have suspected I would, I’ll do that for you.
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      You said:
      I’m sorry, but your post has made a lot of mistakes, and shows you’ve done little actual research as to what BLM is about.

      My Reply:
      Okay. Please point out one of those mistakes. Just one. I know what BLM is about. I know it quite well, and I summed it up in the original post. Needless to say, you couldn’t possibly have the slightest idea how much research I’ve done on BLM. Why do you say things that you couldn’t possibly know? You do it all the time. You should stop it.

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      You said:
      By the way, I was saying goodbye to that previous skirmish, though I know you’ll rehash, repeat and recycle your usual online behavior here.

      My Reply:
      Okay. You said “good-bye” at great length to my friend and colleague. Since you obsess so incessantly over the sex and skin color of your interlocutor, I should tell you, this original post was a joint effort between her, FreeThinker and me. I, personally, the one with whom you have the distinct privilege of interacting at this very moment, am a tallish white dude, former professional baseball player, current jazz guitarist, and occasional blogger, with a lot of editorial duties at this small, but increasingly influential think tank. So, as far as “rehashing” is concerned, I’ll leave that to my friend, who may or may not reply to you. Her choice.

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      You said:
      Maybe you should actually converse with those from the movement and learn what it’s about. And no, saying how you talked to them and how they said what you wrote is not the same. Black people, especially those in the movement, don’t have collective minds. Perhaps if you see that, you may actually start to understand where black people who are not conservatives are coming from regardless of whether you think is wrong or not.

      My Reply:
      Again, how would you have even the slightest clue as to whether I’ve ever “conversed with those from the movement?!?” Well, of course, you wouldn’t. I know what the BLM movement is all about: racism, power, leftism. In brief. That’s it. That’s what the leadership of the movement is about, and that leadership — the same leadership as the RGI — has many willing and ready pawns at their disposal, who have drunk their Kool-Aid uncritically. I know quite well “where black people who are not Conservatives are coming from.” It’s the same place where all people who are not Conservatives are coming from. The racist ones like you, and the BLM pawns, have been seduced by the Left and its offer of hundreds of fraudulent excuses for failure.

      BW: Being black doesn’t make you special in any way. It doesn’t confer any sepcial wisdom or insight on you. It doesn’t even give you any special insights into the lives of other black people. You have special perspective only on… you. That’s it. Being human, however, gives you perspectives on other humans. Your skin color gives you nothing special in your brain, your character, your personality, your outlook, vision, understanding or knowledge. Nothing. That’s one of the most important things you can ever learn. You insist that being white doesn’t make me special, why don’t you ever seem to listen to your own words?!?

      No one from our blog has ever pretended that black people “have a collective mind.” However, the BLM movement is a socialist movement, which is an actually collectivist state of mind. Collectivism is a big part of Socialism. Sorry, that’s all simply true. If you’re a BLM supporter, then you’re a collectivist, and you think exactly alike in many different ways. Yes, yes, yes… you have other thoughts, likes and dislikes, too. Of course! But if you’re part of a movement, then you all think the same way in many aspects of your life. That’s just the way it is. One more quick point: Hitler loved puppies. Did that make him a good guy? Of course not. BLM people also have many admirable characteristics, as do many Antifa goons and white nationalist half-wits. However, they’re not good dudes because of the many really bad, really stupid characteristics they have also.

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      You said:
      The thing about learning is to accept when one is wrong or not. I was wrong when I was younger about my people. I thought only we were the cause of most of our problems. I believed in black-on-black crime. But I started to actually read books and articles, watch videos, listen to other people’s opinions, even though I disagreed with them, and over time, I changed my thought process. I didn’t just make assumptions and based it on them, nor did I continue learning from like-minded individuals, like you suggested. I did my research and started opening my heart and mind. Is there still much I have to learn? Yes. And I’m openly humble about it and are making efforts.

      My Reply:
      “The thing about learning is to accept when one is wrong or not” Lol! How do you think I became a Conservative in Connecticut?!? It’s not as if I was swimming in right-wing messages when I grew up there!

      You said, “I was wrong when I was younger about my people. I thought only we were the cause of most of our problems” Well, you went from wrong to wrong. Here’s an important lesson for life, BW: When you realize you’re wrong about something, the trick is to find out what’s right about it, not to go to something else that’s wrong!

      You are not making efforts to learn… if you were, you’d be a Conservative by now. 🙂 It’s simple — you can learn from anyone, and you have said numerous times that you refuse to let me (I’m catering to your delusion that my friends don’t exist, and that we’re all just one person 🙂 ) change your mind. Even though I’ve presented to you numerous facts that contradict your thinking. Facts that you have never responded to!

      Is there still much you have to learn? Yep. And there’s a lot you have to unlearn too! There’s all kinds of “learning” out there! You’ve learned a bunch of flapdoodle from a bunch of vile people. Hitler “learned” things too… he should have unlearned them, but he didn’t and he ended up both badly, and… still wrong. Wrong about all the things he believed passionately. Much of learning what’s right consists of unlearning what’s wrong. You have a whole lot of ugly, wrong, racist codswallop in your noggin, BW! You should unlearn it. The BLM movement is awash in such racist flapdoodle and should unlearn it all. One of the things you are NOT is humble about it. You make loud statements about how you’d NEVER allow someone of my persuasion to persuade you of anything. Sorry, that’s not “being humble” about, and admitting that you have much still to learn.

      Now, do you really think there’s no such thing as black-on-black crime? And, do you really think that the crime is not the fault of the criminal? Really? Do you really want to try to defend that silly point of view publicly? Good luck with that!

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      You said:
      What you’re clearly is not learning. Instead, you condemn posts and comments that are not align in any way with your thinking. You call them nonsense, nitwittery and hogwash without seemingly a care for how juvenile you sound. When people argue, even as politely and intellectually as they possibly can, you double down on your rudeness and condescension. And if and when they had enough and eject you, you claim how you were civil, intellectual and how they were the bad guys or girls.

      My Reply:
      Yep. I condemn posts and comments that are wrong in my opinion. So do you. It would be positively weird if one were to endorse posts that one disagrees with! Posts that are nonsense — like many of yours — should be called nonsense. Not to do so would be dishonest, which is a whole lot worse than being direct or saying something in a way you don’t like. You mistake directness, honesty and bluntness for condescension. A simple truth is that if something is stupid, then it would be dishonest to call it something else. You said, “When people argue, even as politely and intellectually as they possibly can, you double down on your rudeness and condescension.” Do you really label “polite and intellectual” all the names you called my friend? If you recall: racist, liar, psychotic… and much, much more. None of that is “polite” or “intellectual,” and that’s the majority of how you addressed me.

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      You said:
      That’s why I call you a troll, and that’s why some would call it ‘snowflakey’ behavior. It’s not a conservative thing, but I’ve seen it with grown commentators like Bill O’Reilly, Glenn Beck and Tomi Lahren, among others. And for some reason that can only be explained by science, you don’t see how this depreciates your qualifications on talking about subjects in which you (1) know little or nothing about, (2) get defensive to the point where you become offensive and (3) portray yourselves as the ones who are right and they are wrong.

      My Reply:
      You call me a troll, because you want the fact that sometimes you’re not a particularly nice person to be somehow my fault. Sorry… that’s all on you. Also, you call me a troll in order to avoid answering my pointed questions and inconvenient points. How do I know that? Easy: I’d ask you a question, or make a point and ask for your reaction, and you’d… call me a troll. It’s one of your many dodges. Also, you call me a troll, because you hope that by doing so, you can use the accusation to discredit what I say. Also, you call me a troll because you have no answers to my questions and points, and calling me a troll is a way to dodge that uncomfortable reality. Again, I obviously know more than you about black people, about their situation in America, about their history. And, it should go without saying, you’d have no way whatsoever to know what my qualifications are to speak about race relations. Your idea that I’m defensive about all this is just funny! 🙂

      And, of course, everyone who has a point of view — especially you — considers that those who disagree with him are wrong. That’s just the way it is; it’s life. I disagree with you — you think I’m wrong. Simple.

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      You said:
      Listen, I’m not saying those on the right are all the same. There are points that I agree with. However, with this kind of behavior, you are hurting your own cause. Of course, you’ll tell me the same, but conservatism advocates personal responsibility, does it not? Why won’t some of you practice that and stop falling into the hypocrisy trap and further harming your causes?

      My Reply:
      In some ways, those on the Right are the same. That’s how we can lump them together as “on the Right.” And, of course, in other respects, they’re very different. That’s life. It’s the same with the Left and with the Race Grievance Industry, and on and on and on and on and on with anyone who says he belongs to any group. Why would you care if you think I’m “hurting my cause?” I presume that you hope that “my cause” will fail! You should encourage me to continue doing whatever you think I’m doing that harms my cause. Except, of course, constantly shellacking you in debate. 🙂

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      You said:
      I wouldn’t have been obscene to you and I wouldn’t have banned you if you weren’t being an arrogant jerk. Sooner or later, you’re going to have to face the personal truth about yourself.

      Your taunting me into continue online bouts with you is immature, making me think how old you really are. No one with a mature or level-headed mindset would resort to this behavior, and deep inside, you know it. And no, this isn’t me trying to read your mind. I’m going by your actions and responses which are two other things you don’t want to accept as the truth.

      My Reply:
      You were obscene to me because it is in you to be obscene to me. Simple as that. No reason to overthink it. It’s not in me to be obscene to anyone else, so I’m not. That’s the personal truth that you have to face about yourself. 🙂 Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. I’m much less an arrogant jerk than you are a petulant, hyper-sensitive, defensive baby. Sure, I can be pompous, but how should I respond to someone who calls me a racist, liar, hypocrite, stupid, ignorant, etc… you didn’t call my posts that, you called me that. What did you expect? That I’d thank you for libeling me? That I’d thank you for spewing a bunch of garbage about me and about my character? Lol! You have been spoiled in your life if those are your expectations!

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      You said:
      You’ve put up this thick wall between you and other people. You start being mean to others who without taking time to understand what they’re saying. And when they reject you, you sit there and almost portray yourself as a victim. That’s like punching someone in the face, they punch you back and you cry out, “Why did you punch me?”

      My Reply:
      Nope. No wall, and I have been mean only to those who were mean to me first. I understand things like, “Oh, I don’t respond to racists.” Or, “I hope all white people die in a ‘solar assassination.'” You tell me what great wisdom is in that brainless piffle, that I’d need to “understand.” Those were all things, fairly typical things, that were on your blog… directed at me… and you’ve said the same or worse. Including the fact that you endorsed your racist friend’s fantasy as she hoped for the violent death of those who look like me, and me. A dirtbag like that would never be a friend of mine, BW. Never. You have to face a certain fact: The people who comment in agreement with you on your blog are, for the most part, ill-informed, ignorant, racist, some are really stupid (Herneith, diary) and, worst of all, completely unserious in their so-called “anti-racism.” You can’t be a racist and “anti-racist” at the same time. And those are the people you call your friends! That speaks very poorly of you.

      Look, BW, I’m growing tired of this silliness. I’ve put up with your childish hyper-sensitivity for way too long already. I already told you that I’m going to stop conversing with you. There’s only so much whining I can put up with. I’ll not stop using Abagond’s and your blogs as examples of just stupid, racist, unserious thinking in the Race Grievance Industry. I’ve added, as you observed, the morons who inhumanly jeered at the death of young Otto Warmbier. Those were sick, demented, cruel posts, and that needed to be pointed out. So, yes, since I’ve made your acquaintance, you’ve gone way down in my estimation. Despite evidence, facts, logic, reasoning, links, images, thought exercises… to nearly all of which you simply refused, and refuse, to respond… instead whining about how you didn’t like how it all was presented.

      So, you got your wish, I’m going to leave you alone. If you don’t want me to use your content, then don’t make it public to the world! Duh! If you don’t want me to make an example of stupid content that appears on your blog, then don’t allow stupid content to appear on your blog! Duh!

      Let me tell you right now… please feel free to use my content anytime you wish. However, if you use it, and you don’t allow me to defend myself, then you’re simply a coward. Who attacks someone without permitting that person to defend himself? A coward, of course! I’m still banned from your blog, therefore you’re a coward. It’s pretty simple. If someone doesn’t have either enough information or enough courage to defend his thinking vigorously, then he’s either ignorant or a coward… or both. You can decide which you are… and you will remain so until you allow people to challenge your viewpoints. And don’t give me any of this crap about not liking the style of disagreement with you. As long as I left out personal attacks — which I always do — then you have nothing to complain about.

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      You said:
      Here’s the thing you don’t want to accept. Black people are struggling. They have been struggling and will continue to struggle. Is there a crime problem in our neighborhoods? Yes. Black conservatives and liberals agree. Where we differ is how and why it happens. But overall, both sides want the problem to be cured.

      My Reply:
      I’ll tell you what I accept and don’t, okay? Yes, black people are struggling, but it’s not obviously because of white hostility directed at them. That’s obvious, and more and more black people — academics, Conservatives and others — are starting to admit it. Correctly identifying a problem is the first step on the way to solving it. Black people have plenty of intelligence, strength, wisdom, fortitude, character and energy to solve their problems, and there are no more obstacles in their path than there are in anyone else’s path. Black people, however, have to recognize this! Instead, there are way too many black Americans who believe the crap being fed to them by the Race Grievance Industry. Each person who listens to the RGI needlessly poisons his perspective on the chances he has to succeed in America. Those who pass along this crap, like you, ought to be ashamed of themselves. Those who spread this crap ought to be confronted, challenged and spotlighted for all to see. When your idiot friend “diary” wished for a “solar assassination” of all white people, and when you endorsed that psychotic fantasy, you both showed everyone who and what the RGI is.

      I don’t know whether you remember it, but at some point you told my friend who first started to interact with you back at time of your Paula Deen essay, that you were waiting for “him” to slip up and use a racial slur. Well, you and your friends then proceeded to unburden yourselves of hundreds upon hundreds of racial slurs and bigoted hooey. While we called you all out on it, we also documented it, and showed it to many other people. Let me tell you, there were a lot of black people who were shaken by the vileness of what you and a lot of friends wrote. The “solar assassination” thing shook a lot of people deeply. How, they wondered, could someone who claimed to be anti-racist openly fantasize for the violent death of nearly two billion people based only on their race? They couldn’t defend the indefensible, and they simply refused to anymore.

      Oh, and BLM does not want black Americans to succeed, because that would mean they’re not needed anymore. They hope for more black Americans to die at the hands of police, so they invented an “epidemic of police brutality,” despite the fact that violence involving police of any kind has been on the decline for years. Furthermore, deaths of all people at the hands of the police have been on the decline for years. So, BLM had to invent an “epidemic.”

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      You said:
      If you were to do some research, you would see that BLM is aware and against crime in their neighborhoods and that they don’t want a lesser police presence but want police to see them as citizens as opposed to threats worthy for them to go trigger-happy. You want to know how I know. I read. I’ve went to articles and the website for the movement. I listen to them on videos. Bottom line: BLM wants the lives of black people to matter to black people and the police. Why do you insist otherwise?

      My Reply:
      None of that is true, of course. BLM wants only to blame the police for any problems in neighborhoods. Not enough police? That’s the reason for more crime. More police? That’s the reason for violence in the neighborhoods. Almost no police are “trigger-happy,” and the fabricated accusation is outrageous and vile. BLM’s problem is that black lives don’t matter to them. They love black deaths, because it gives them more ammunition with which to invent obstacles to the progress of black Americans that simply are not there. The Left is not concerned with the lives of others, except insofar as those lives can be used as tools for their acquisition of power. They love other people’s deaths, if they serve the Left’s purposes as well. Simple as that. There’s much more to that, of course, but that’s it in a nutshell. BLM is part of the Left, therefore black lives don’t matter to them.

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      You said:
      Judging by your post, you obviously didn’t take your own advice. Most likely you got your information from a right wing source while rejecting other views, some which may enlighten you more. It’s just a suggestion that doesn’t warrant you calling it your usual names. Again, that’s not the way to get people to listen when you put them or their thoughts down like a rotten child. I already showed you an example of the kind of behavior that repels. I got plenty more as you love to respond hoping to beat your opponent in a fight they didn’t ask for but a fight you look for willingly.

      My Reply:
      Where I found my information is irrelevant, as long as I went out and found perspectives from many different sources, especially those sources that challenged my assumptions and conclusions. That’s been my modus operandi for decades. My “behavior that repels” is shellacking you in debate. That’s all.

      Also, I never forced you to “fight” me. Rather, I encouraged you to debate with me politely, and to rebut the points I made, and to answer the questions I posed. You did none of that, choosing instead to “fight.” The “fight” was your choice. I wanted to debate and to learn. However, since you decided to fight and not debate, well I might as well shellac you, right? I mean if you challenge me to a ping pong match, and I accept, should I not try to win? Sometimes you’re just silly, BW!

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      You said:
      Abagond didn’t start it. I didn’t start it. And I doubt other bloggers you’ve engaged in have started it. You made threw the first punch. Abagond and his commenters fought back, and then you ran away when it was obvious you couldn’t win making an excuse how you’re involved in some research – which I doubt is true – before he banned you.. Please don’t argue. I saw it in plain sight. You know it’s false. It’s a lie. Why not admit it? Why not be an adult and admit to something not true.

      My Reply:
      Yep. You both started it. We came to your blogs, and addressed the content contained therein. Abagond and you, and your commenters, then launched a near constant onslaught of personal attacks against us. I/We threw the first punch at content; a bunch of babies came back at us with insults, and a long litany of irrelevant flapdoodle that proved that we (1) were right, and (2) they, and you, had no response to what we said. All while claiming that what we said was obviously wrong. Well, if what we were saying was obviously wrong, then it should have been easy to prove it. And all we ever heard were isolated anecdotes, and references to long ago past things that were long gone.

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      You said:
      I know you’re not a group. I know when you respond, you’re not a black woman. And I know it was you behind those numerous names. I know. I’m not that easily fooled. I wasn’t born yesterday. I’ve been blogging long enough to know when something’s fishy. So, come clean already. Stop being the coward you always call me and admit it. Stop making yourself out to be a pathological liar afraid of the truth and attack those who know. Honestly.

      My Reply:
      Whatever, BW. I wasted no time whatsoever on the irrelevancy of trying to delve into who you are. By contrast you wasted lots of time on the color of my skin, my sex, even my age. All perfectly irrelevant. All a waste of time. Interestingly, I found out that you’re really a white woman, so you have nothing to say. You say you’ve been “blogging long enough to know when something’s fishy.” What, like you calling yourself a black man, when you’re really a white woman? Seriously, BW? Again, you have nothing to say. And, again, you call me a liar, and again, you’ll whine about how mean I am to you! Lol! You truly are not a serious commenter. No, you were not born yesterday, but your “arguments,” if such they can be called, are those that should embarrass a five-year old. And you engage in evasions (Like: I’m not who I say I am), deflections (like:; liar, racist, psychotic, etc.), distractions (like: “I don’t like how you interact with me”)… everything but actually addressing the topic. We didn’t let you get away with those transparently desperate tactics, so you banned us. frankly, I don’t really blame you; you’re not in our league, and it’s painfully obvious. However, to be in our league, you need to play — seriously — in our league. Get rid of the bluster, the whining, the hyper-sensitivity. Get rid of the racism and the racist “friends.” Get rid of the pretense that you know what you can’t possibly know, ignore isolated anecdotes, and stop pursuing the irrelevant. If you were to impose those last few very commonsensical requirements on your blog, your racist amen chorus would have nothing to say at all.

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      You said:
      Don’t be the baby you recently call me and stop with the denial from something so plainly obvious. Stop with the insults and condescension if and when you reply to this response piece by piece. Don’t you have any decency within you to take a break from baseless repetition, arrogance, racism and insatiable hatred of all things left? Can’t you for once not respond in your usual deplorable manner and be honest. I’m not trying to win arguments or make myself superior to you. But you apparently want to win so bad and want to make yourself out to be the superior mind in battles no one asked for.
      Don’t you have any decency, for real?

      My Reply:
      You started the “battle.” I was seeking a spirited conversation. That’s all. You and your friends proved incapable of providing that. Why? Simple you had a bunch of conclusions that had at best a bunch of really flimsy arguments behind them. That meant that you all had either (1) arrived at your conclusions uncritically, or worse, (2) you were all idiots who had done some research, but still had arrived at the really stupid conclusions on your blog.

      How do I know all this? Simple: you constantly take isolated anecdotes and say, “See? See? This proves that all white people are racists!” Or, “See? See? This incident proves that all police are just out trying to find black men to shoot!” That would have been exactly the same as if I were to look at an incident of black-on-black crime and said, “See? See? This proves that all black people are violent!” Of course, I’d never say that, because individual anecdotes prove nothing, and are useless when trying to describe the larger picture.

      Lastly, again you call me a racist, and then pretend that I’ve been calling you names. Do you even read what you write, BW?

      Oh, and please stop pretending that you’re not trying to “win an argument,” that’s all you’ve ever tried to do since we’ve been interacting.

      Look, I know this is the last that I’ll hear from you, and I don’t care anymore. You wore me down, BW! I no longer care that you’re as rock-headed as you are. So, I’ll leave you alone. Besides, it’s no longer fruitful pointing out to you that you have no arguments and then having you whine about it incessantly. If, however, you put more idiotic content on your blog, and you make it public to the whole world, don’t expect that there won’t be people pointing it out to other people. Your points of view are entirely typical of so many in the Race Grievance Industry. Not a lot of people are willing to put them into the public sphere though. Frankly, if I believed as you do, if I were as much of a racist as you, I wouldn’t want the rest of the world to know it! But you and Abagond, and half-wits like Herneith and diary are willing to expose your half-wittery to the rest of the world for all to see. So we do. And we remark on it.

      It’s the only decent thing to do.

      ——————————————————-

      Best,

      — x

  2. Just as I thought.

    All you’ve done was demonstrate that you’re just a troll. You’ve shown all the characteristics of a troll, and you act like a troll.

    I hope one day you’ll wise up and realize how vile you are as a human being. As a self-proclaimed conservative, that means you believe in God. Do you think God is pleased with your online behavior to me and other people? And He knows who’s really at fault. He’s watching all of this. Do you honestly and truly think that He thinks what you’re doing is right?

    Maybe you should question yourself in that regard and wonder if you’re really being a conservative or just a typical internet troll with sadistic tendencies trying to cyber-bully others for pleasure.

    I’m going, and I would really appreciate that you no longer cite me or link my blog in anymore of your posts as I won’t with yours as many of your posts are, as you would say, hogwash and a cavalcade of nitwittery.

    Bye.

    1. You said:
      Just as I thought.

      My response:
      Doubtful. You have to be thinking to have had the thought. 🙂
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      You said:
      All you’ve done was demonstrate that you’re just a troll. You’ve shown all the characteristics of a troll, and you act like a troll.

      My response:
      And, again, you use the “troll” accusation to avoid answering questions and addressing points. Shame, really. You should man up a bit and face things honestly, instead of constantly running from your troubles and disagreements.
      ——————————————-

      You said:
      I hope one day you’ll wise up and realize how vile you are as a human being. As a self-proclaimed conservative, that means you believe in God. Do you think God is pleased with your online behavior to me and other people? And He knows who’s really at fault. He’s watching all of this. Do you honestly and truly think that He thinks what you’re doing is right?

      My response:
      “Vile!” Alright, BW! Good word use! Okay snark, but good word use! Not all Conservatives believe in God, unfortunately. George Will comes quickly to mind, as wellas P.J. O’Rourke. That’s a shame too. Yes, I believe in God, and yes He will stand in judgment of me. And, yes, I often pray and ask Him for guidance in how to deal with racists and people who hate me, like you. I hope that I do as He has commanded me to do. I’m pretty surethat He wants me never to give in to racism and to th eugliness that comes from you leftists. And I’m pretty sure that he wants me to be blunt in confronting evil, ignorance, hatred and the like. So, again, I hope that I’m doing as He has commanded me to do. 🙂
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      You said:
      Maybe you should question yourself in that regard and wonder if you’re really being a conservative or just a typical internet troll with sadistic tendencies trying to cyber-bully others for pleasure.

      My response:
      Whew! I’m glad I got that right! I do as you just suggested all the time. Every time I do, I realize that I need to redouble my efforts to be plainspoken and firm in addressing the racial hatred that people like you exhibit.
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      You said:
      I’m going, and I would really appreciate that you no longer cite me or link my blog in anymore of your posts as I won’t with yours as many of your posts are, as you would say, hogwash and a cavalcade of nitwittery.

      My response:
      “Cavalcade of nitwittery!” Alright, BW! Again, great word use! And again, poor snark, but kudos for the word use. I will make a commitment to you: anytime I find racial hatred, hogwash about race relations, hostile codswallop about black and white Americans, and any other kind of flapdoodle that causes further strife between the races for no good reason, I’ll call it out and expose it for the crap that it is. You should be grateful for that, as anyone who really considers himself to be anti-racist.
      ——————————————-

      You said:
      Bye.

      My response:
      See ya.

      (Look it up in Hungarian too. 🙂 )
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      Best,

      — x

        1. I do every day. Do you? 🙂

          However, while that’s a great piece of advice for day-to-day life, it’s not an argument against any of the points I’ve made, and it’s not an answer to the questions I’ve posed.

          You should stay away from my personal situation, and simply answer my questions. and address my points.

          I have an idea: Let’s pretend that I’m just the total scumbag that you say I am. Okay, now that that’s out of the way, what is your reaction to the points I’ve made? What is your answer to the questions I’ve posed?

          If I’m a total scumbag, then it should be child’s play to knock my scumbaggery right the heck out of the water. It should be a cinch to whack my scumbaggy thoughts out of the park. Why don’t you try it?

          Best,

          — x

          1. I don’t know why you’re so hung up on getting me to debate with you when you and I both know how this will go. We’ve see the same plot happen many times. Why should it be any different if I decide to cave in and humor you?

            I can only guess that all of this is due to your need to get my attention. That’s why you won’t let any of this go. That’s why you continue responding. And that’s why you intimidate me into responding to your points.

            And yet, you seem oblivious to how much of a clown you seem, not to mention that this back-and-forth is taking up precious space (not to mention time) and slowing down your computer.

            Just drop it already. You’ve made your points. Just be happy about that and stop trying to make me feel shame just because I choose to end this. In short, again, grow up.

          2. You could, you know… ummm… how to say this… uhhhh… you could, if you wished… errrmm… just go, you know.

            That’d be okay too.

            Whaddya think?

            Time maybe to fold up your tent? Shouldn’t take long; it’s empty. Time to pack it in? Time to head off into the sunset, tail between legs?

            Time to say sayonara? Time to load up your boxes and crates of snake oil into the ol’ van with the Grateful Dead and pot stickers? Maybe it’s time to call up Martha and say, “Honey, fire up a pot roast, I’m comin’ home!”

            Might it be past time to slam the Sinatra cassette into the player, look over your shoulder before backing, out, then head out on the ol’ highway until you see the twinkling lights of home?

            Whaddya think?

            Ready to go?

            Please?

            🙂

            Best,

            — x

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