Signals de 2021
Civil rights denying judges, murderous police officers, law-breaking public servants, whores in every shade of non-black twice-blessed by the pastors and preachers who already pre-agreed to turn a blind eye to every immoral deed which they, their children, and grand children have already committed or are inclined to commit – quarter past Sunday service: this is how we entered 2021.
In America, justice is lacking, and equity has never been. Absolution is cheap speak from pastors and preachers wholly determined to absolve their children into the kingdom of heaven without curing their perversion. The God spoken about from white Evangelical pulpits would look away as Black Americans suffer, but readily defend, justify, and pardon every adulterer, fornicator, and liar from their superior race – this is not the God I know.
I wish this was mere click bait or a standalone condemnation of 2020, however, this could more easily, accurately, and appropriately be titled: The United States: Past, Present, Forever. This is the America I experience as a Black female descendant of U.S. slaves.
God is always in the mouths of filthy and perverse persons, and is almost always raised as an unquestionable justification for every racist act ungodly committed by vile and proud white persons. Yes, using the name of God to justify inexcusable acts and unjust judgments is a privilege that only whites enjoy in America; they have wholly convinced themselves that God elects only white men and their wives to lead America. We cannot and must not turn a blind eye to the evil committed by those nearest to us. Those who share our race, background, or nationality, and commit wrong, are our responsibility: we must oppose injustice at every turn, and that duty begins at home – or we become the hypocrites.
I cannot turn a blind eye to the injustice committed by my own country. We must not stop believing, hoping, or seeking all that is good and just simply because a few bad people used their loud microphones and pulpits to inflict their own evil desires upon all society. This will not last forever.
I write for those who are unable. I speak for those who have been silenced. As a Black woman, and a descendant of U.S. government sanctioned slavery, I am perfectly placed to speak for both.
I write because violent and unjust men mistakenly view my peaceful and democratic nature as a signal that I will remain silent while they rape, murder, and deny justice to brown bodies with abandon – never fearing that they will be held to account.
So, this year – 2021, I again picked up my pen. How can I keep silent when racists in America plot the overthrow of innocent brown bodies from every bully pulpit and government office where accountability and light has never shone? For me, that would be untenable.
Your [Summary] Directive for 2021
If he has talked like a racist, don’t support him: racism and its effects cannot be unsung by mere words
If he has cheated on her, don’t marry him. He will not change
If he hit you, don’t give him one more chance. You deserve love, respect, and a spouse who doesn’t hit
If he apologizes, don’t pity him: there’s no such thing as an accidental sexual predator
If he can’t follow simple instructions, e.g.: wear a face mask, don’t make him Partner or CEO
If he says his pain is greater than others, and warrants him violating clear rules, don’t indulge him
If he participated in the January 6, 2021 insurrection, don’t overlook it: more violence will soon follow
Oppose racism, discrimination, and wrong, regardless of who perpetrates the act: judges, police, and priests
No person is above the law
-End of Briefing-
We hope you have enjoyed the above excerpt of a book in progress, as well as your Captain’s Briefing. As always, we do not sugar coat or mince words (clearly). Going forward, you may notice that our tone, communications, policies, and operations are distinctly more direct and emphatic; additionally, you may notice that the communities we assist – and do not assist – are more defined, specific, and limited in certain respects: this is by design.
Yesterday, in a Brazilian-owned essential business, two African teens – both taller and weighing more than I – walked in unmasked, speaking loudly in their native tongue, insisting on service, despite clear notice on the front door that wearing a mask in the shop is a lawful requirement and the establishment’s rule. A light-skin female worker looked to me furtively, seeking assistance, aware that I have been helpful in the past when Black individuals have been disrespectful when I have been present. I am always ready to help a fellow law-abiding good human in need. The African male teen moved a face mask from his chin to over his mouth only, and quickly exited when I was alerted. The African female put her disrespect, ill-mannered butt on her Black shoulders, and slowly sauntered out – as disrespectful on her way out as she was on her way in. In such situations, I am duly reminded that there is no affirmative duty to assist if and when reprobate individuals receive just compensation for their acts.
To be clear, regardless of your race, if you are disrespectful, unlawful, or immoral – or you send your disrespectful, unlawful, and immoral children into the midst of others – you will not receive aid, sympathy, or empathy from this direction.
We have a company to run, initiatives to launch, lawsuits to win, injustice to expose, and (multiple!) books to release. So, we bid you farewell (for now).
And, yes – we pray for you always, and relentlessly pursue justice, recompense and redress on your behalf.
We wish you a victorious 2021!
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