How Unpunished, Anti-Black Antagonism Pushed Black People To Defend Themselves Out Of Fear

This week, a viral video of a Black customer in a Macy’s store in Flint Michigan, allegedly defending himself from a white employee who the victim claimed referred to him as a “nigger”, has sparked conversations about anti-Black antagonism.

Many experts and commentators have confirmed that the infamous Flint water crisis is rooted in the structural racism of that city. With this type of genocidal racism permeating through a city like Flint, it is understandable that victims of white supremacy would be particularly sensitive and fearful of any type of perceived anti-Black antagonism.

In the viral Macy’s video, the alleged Black victim appears to have feared for his life, and possibly defended himself to neutralize any potential escalation. White supremacy is intrinsically violent. And the entire world is currently protesting against the violent anti-Black racism that has victimized Black Americans in all areas of activity.

On a national scale, there are literally videos coming out on a daily basis, of random suspected white supremacists harassing and assaulting Black people who are simply engaging in daily activities.

Many people online make memes and posts of some of these filmed racial incidents labeled as “Karen videos.” But these incidents of unpunished, anti-Black targeting are extremely dangerous and deadly.

Black people across the United States have begged lawmakers and legislators to do something about this daily barrage of racial harassment.

But absolutely nothing is being done to protect Black people from this daily barrage of racial antagonism. And this inaction has incentivized more of this behavior by suspected white supremacist. If lawmakers enforced Constitutional laws that are supposed to give Black Americans protections from racial antagonism and anti-Black violence, so many Black people would not have to use desperate measures to defend themselves out of fear.

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18 thoughts on “How Unpunished, Anti-Black Antagonism Pushed Black People To Defend Themselves Out Of Fear

  1. You gone learn today….watch what f2f comes out your mouth. All the Karen’s need to start getting socked up too

  2. no one playing victim at all anymore now shut up and stop whining. make sure you watch you mouth or you might get an ass whiping out of fear your racist ass will try to kill us.

  3. Racism is an attitude and often is a provocation by insult. If someone decks an ignorant or malicious white guy with an attitude, I wonder why it doesn’t happen more frequently. Maybe calling the police is too dangerous. There is a substantial amount of racist offence directed at black women by whites. That is a good reason for one white person to straighten out another. It is sometimes nice to be naughty. There was a finely dressed pastor’s wife that visited a church I attended. After the service she was doing some shopping in a nearby supermarket. A woman from the very nice neighborhood walked over to her and said, “Why don’t you shop in your own neighborhood”? Had I been there I would easily say to the refined and well-dressed pastor’s wife, “I heard that, is this trailer trash bothering you?” From what I heard the offender was wearing a sweatshirt and had her hair up in curls. Those opportunities don’t often happen, but I am watching for one.
    Racism is embedded in some of the nicest places and truck stops.

  4. The helping hand that FBA people have been looking for and can depend on, in the final analysis… is at the end of ones own arm. Stop Anti Black Racism! No Tangibles, No Vote! B1!

  5. Violent? Well guess what then America taught us well. They used violence to kidnap us from our land, they used violence to enslave us, they used violence when they raped, killed our people still to this day. So Thank you America for showing us the ropes πŸ€ͺ an eye for an eye

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