I am noticing a change in energy and behavior of those who do not look like us. One by one they are getting more bold and aggressive.
The day before the Charlottesville incicident, a Black female neighbor of mine and myself came across the very same situation as each other only a couple hours apart. I’m not going to go into exact detail of what went on, but I’ll keep it short:
We both encountered rowdy, uncouth, aggressive, and openly racist non-Black females in *unprovoked situations.
*Unprovoked meaning that there was no argument or encounter prior that led up to such escalated situations. These verbal attacks were random and the attackers were completely unknown to us.
Start watching your backs. Stay out unknown areas you are not familiar with. Don’t wander around. Stay out of (non-Black) strangers’ houses and residential areas as well as neighborhoods. Watch for hateful stares and looks. Avoid unnecessary idling especially in open, empty areas. *Cease all unnecessary shopping and spending money on services that are not mandatory (i.e. Nails, spa, leisure spaces and entertainment events, etc.) because this is where “they” get you. If you feel a bad vibe, listen to your inner self. Don’t go somewhere that doesn’t seem or feel “right”.
This is an example of a feminine woman. Take note of how elegant and lovely she is. Pretty face and calm spirit.
This is not only cunning and peculiar, but invasive of an innocent citizen’s private property and personal space.
This annoying and provocative behavior that non-Black females engage in is often mislabeled as “feminine”.
*Note: There is nothing wrong with wanting to interview someone, but if they say no, then go away.
Not to mention the woman is still in distress over her daughter who was shot. So it is best to leave someone alone in times like this. The female reporter in this video has no concern for the woman’s feelings or personal space. The Black woman was right for what she did.
Non-Blacks females are completely disrespectful.
This young lady exhibits beauty, wit, and femininity.
Instead of continuing my "Trump Is Not Your WORST Enemy/Who You Need To Be Watching Out For" series as I originally planned, I decided to change things. I removed Parts 2 & 3 because I feel it didn't fit.