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NSFW: Moment Of Truth: Do REAL Black Revolutionaries Exist And Do They Respect Women’s Opinions?***messymandella***

So as a Feminist, I will admit earth shattering information.
Suprise, I am not always right! Now we will venture into Polight, Loaded Lux, and Sara Suten Seti land.This land remakes and redesigns the entire history and science of the people. This land is in make-believe and the facts are only supported by 7,000 in the entire United States with no factual information. Truth be told, this movement fights within other ranks of History of money hoarding and make-believe.

Justification, of facts are not pertinent when people live off your every word. You don’t need one ounce of proof or mental stability.
I respect mine, but this mess here had me 140 degrees hot. These men have lost their rabbit ass minds. Notice all the disrespect these men have for ALL women. Listen as a feminist tells you that HIS opinion matters,and let him also make decisions in the relationship.We want to believe that black revolutionaries have the power of the people and respect.Are they truly in it for the struggle,or for the ghetto lottery.

No man or woman can think of any logical reason that we should be prejudice. We are one big melting pot, and not one black person on this Earth is a 100% black! With that being said, we fought for integration, as a means to assimilate and learn from other cultures! Seti,and Polite delusional asses don’t have a clue of what they believe, and how damaging the thoughts are to the racially motivated crime rate, by preaching this filthy funnel of lies to our culture. These ideas cripple us.Other races are not equal.white people are evil,racism is imperialism, and used as a crutch.
But this mess right here….

Okay, Okay I get it,too much independence can leave your beautiful ass all alone. You can be bitter and pissed off at 92 years old with cobwebs down there, with your roommates being your 74 cats. As a feminist we assume 95% of men our dogs. I had me a time with one man. Child,he was hilarious,vindictive,and intelligent. Now that person, is not an angel but he gives me ultimate respect.HE worries about me and feminist or not,he lets me know everyday that I am his and he has become a part of my life.Yes,a feminist needs a strong man and I found one.Now that doesn’t mean we will argue but that teaches growth. It should never underestimate the goal of racial assimilation but because I know he it trying that humbles me…

Yes, too much independence can be a fatal flaw, only if you don’t listen to your partners perspective too. No one wants to be belittled and talked to like a child. Give him respect too.However,some of it can be a feminist fault. We tend to want to prove ourselves to the equivalent as a man.However,that can also push a perspective partner away. This movement is not for women with a voice,and it is a way to awaken people to rob them blind of money and knowledge of self. Hate, religion,and money are the ultimate goal of the manipulator that wants power.NO FACTS ARE EVEN FACT BASED…
If I encounter a male chauvinist pig,I am coming for his head.However, no one is perfect. If you have two stubborn people you can argue for four days straight. If you prejudge someone you can end up being on the show “Hoarders”or paying a sex shops light bill. Still we do not silence the woman,and this moment is never considered the law,because they want to teach that we are not AFRICANS.
They debate each other from Israel or Africa.Yes, people will run for the hills,while the Feminist keeps buying double A batteries.SPEAK your mind,but with respect.
Don’t believe the hype.
This movement has a stumbling block,and has been taken over by money and apparently “Tax Liens and Tax Deeds.”

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Kelis Performing Live, And Bringing Her “Friday Fish Fry” To The Truck!***messymandella***

       You either hate Kelis or love  Kelis.

Kelis is an acquired taste, that can’t be categorized by one and only  musical genre, her stylized  almost rapping, raspy  lower octave voice, and her distinctive beat riding is her sound and of course gained her fame, and a hit song, “Bossy.”

           Kelis has a fashion peculiarity about her, that at times comes under scrutiny. Her voice is mocked at times, and even some fool put her on a list as one of the “Ugliest Women List” which is simply not true.

       Kelis is of African-American, Chinese, and Puerto Rican descent and her eyes and her soybean colored skin, is unique but exotic beautiful.

        Her creativity and her fashion accessorizes her confident and unyielding ability to still have faith that her record career, will eventually earn another  Grammy Nomination. Maybe it  this time for Kelis she can prove her  naysayers wrong?

Maybe

       Kelis  surprisingly is a  professional chef, and recently attempted to live  a low-key life professional life, but  her personal life could never leave mainstream media.

She constantly has suffered backlash in the spotlight, for her divorce.

Kelis the chef, enlisted her own recipes as her track list for her new release “FOOD.” The author has also landed her own television show on “Saucy & Sweet” that is currently  on The Food Channel, but also is accessible for personal viewing  on-line. Kelis never embodied many octaves, in her raspy and often criticized voice.

         She however utilized  her fashion exploration and personal marriage  drama to stay in the limelight. Even if it was bad press, that press apparently became beneficial to her new-found success.

         Here is a live performance sponsored by Morning Comes Eclectic of her new single, Friday Fish Fry” and she should come visit us in South Carolina. We always appreciate a good fish fry, and here is the often discussed, but rarely seen, Kelis.

 

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Since We Didn’t Listen The First Damn Time,Here Are More “Jewels” From Pee Wee Kirkland’s Life!***messymandella***

Once again, Let us revisit these jewels.It is mandatory that I  show love to our “Street Legends.” I am not bigging up the game, because you can’t win from it; but you can learn from it!

            Pee-Wee Kirkland‘s life unfolded but only a few of those moments are on film. Pee Wee’s life and other street stars like Karlton Hines, and Earl “The Goat” Manigault  have their own underworld tragedy’s and decisions that solidified their future.  

               One thing undebatable in the culture is that every man who serves a prison system  could tell you when and where they “got caught slipping.” What  you choose  is the most important factor at that moment, but  short-term gratification will always derail a “Street Legend.”

                Pee-Wee was in “The Game”  and told the Chicago Bulls recruiter that he had more money in his pocket right now than that $15,000 they were offering.

Pee-Wee   played in prison from 1981 to 1988 in La Tuna, Texas. In the Anthracite Basketball League of central Pennsylvania he scored 100 and 135 points in one game.

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REVISTED: Redemption:The Legend Of Richard “Pee- Wee Kirkland”***messymandella***

I am reblogging it because I was asked too. I wrote this piece in January. Thanks for reading!

         Richard “Pee-Wee” Kirkland is a premier Harlem Legend  because of his business sense and undeniable talent. It doesn’t matter what you have learned in your History classes about a handful of  Black Activist, you had to miss one. The Rucker Park is not only a legend of Harlem but the place where Kareem Abdul Jabar even graced the court.

            Our  “Legends” are missing from the History Books. We as an Urban force must investigate and gather information on  our urban culture, our legends need their stories told, and we need  to past these stories down to the next generation. Numerous people have came through Harlem, after the “Harlem Renaissance.” You will not read about these  African- American men and women in a Southern History Books. These men and women are not considered heros. What makes a hero, and when do we become a legend? Your story has to be told, it will help someone who may have assumed that path would bring them to riches. You can save a life, and money that would be used for that prisoners. You are a hero, if you can stop one girl from selling her body for drugs, or any man from supplying his mother with drugs. Every little action will start positive energy in out communities.

           It is mandatory that I  show love to our “Street Legends.” I am not bigging up the game, because you can’t win from it; but you can learn from it!

            Pee-Wee Kirkland‘s life unfolded but only a few of those moments are on film. Pee Wee’s life and other street stars like Karlton Hines, and Earl “The Goat” Manigault  have their own underworld tragedy’s and choses that solidified their future.  One thing undebatable in the culture is that every man who serves a prison system  could tell you when and where they “got caught slipping.” What  you choose  is the most important factor at that moment, but  short-term gratification will always derail a “Street Legend.”

         Pee-Wee Kirkland  walked through the doors of “The Rucker” gymnasium founded by Holcombe Rucker, “The Rucker” showcases African-American talent in the Harlem and surrounding neighborhoods. Holcombe Rucker  awarded  scholarships to the lower class residents second class citizens because of the color of their skin. In 1969  Pee-Wee Kirkland had a chance to play for the “Chicago Bulls” but he could not leave the Drug Game. When they discussed signing benefits and the contractual agreement he wasn’t interested.

         Pee-Wee was in “The Game”  and told the Chicago Bulls recruiter that he had more money in his pocket right now than that $15,000 they were offering. So, he shot down a reality for a street dream. Pee Wee became a Basketball star, but it was behind the Prison walls and mandatory rules with no freedom that he had at “Rucker Park.” In prison he scored 465 points in 8 games, just imagine if he would have signed that Bulls Contract…

According To Wikipedia, Pee-Wee   played in prison from 1981 to 1988 in La Tuna, Texas. In the Anthracite Basketball League of central Pennsylvania he scored 100 and 135 points in one game.[5]   

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After you watch this video you will see that Pee- Wee Kirkland is telling you exactly what I have been preaching  since the beginning of messymandella.com.

We have to change our own destiny and stop creating havoc in our  own communities.

Freedom came once Pee-Wee, as a man, matured and used self evaluation and acceptance to move forward.

I don’t care who you are and what you are doing; I believe in you and apparently so does Pee-Wee Kirkland.

Maybe you don’t want to hear the message from a prissy, petite light-bright chick?

Maybe you will  accept the message from someone who knows what we are into now, and how we are putting fuel  to our personal and cultural inevitable destruction.

 We have to make change!

I had look at myself, I judged people who have unsavory titles as automatic enemies before even learning who they were. I am not perfect, I matured in the process. Once you continuously demean people who pushes them further into destruction. I learned that and regret that, and now is the time for us to work together to improve our situation. We have too many people with commissary books, and unplanned baby mama drama.

We have to do better or the Civil Rights Movement wasn’t even worth the fight!

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