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What About My Whiteness

By | Editor's Note, RC Daily, Writing | No Comments

Let’s be absolutely clear, Donald J. Trump, the ever so unlikeable #45 was voted in for two reasons:

  1. the perception for white preservation
  2. to tighten the belt on the %1

..anything else

Well, it’s nothing else really.

Some white people feel that their white status and ranking were compromised for the past eight years. The face and presence of a black president, his family, and black pride caused all types of false fears, hallucinations, panic, and refinement of buried racism.

Eight years of taunts about his birth place, religious affiliations, thoughts about gun control, and health care lead the screams of on-going ignorance because the perceptions of elite whiteness was unduly compromised.

For these misguided ignoramuses, the thoughts of a black president, his family, and non-whites created fears about losing their societal rankings and privileges.  With tearful eyes, they felt their whiteness fading away. As they looked in the mirrors, and one another daily, those robust whines were confirmations for their mediocrity and resistance for true equality.

True equality would debunk their propaganda that non-whites are lazy, uneducated, dangerous beings who are threats to them and the society; the same society that they created on the backs and talents of individuals that they loathe.

Whiteness preservation has proven throughout history to be exceptionally dangerous and terroristic. It is crass, unethical, immoral, and heaping piles of Evangelical bullshit. It’s a movement to silence and kill individuals who call out them out on their repulsive beliefs and vile acts.

Whiteness preservation is mainstream, it’s in what we read, what we pray to, our daily experiences throughout the world because the teachings are, “if it’s not white, it’s not right”.

So, after it’s all said and done, they will still ask, “How do I preserve by whiteness?”.

Continue being white.

Palermo-tour

Walking Tour In Palermo, Sicily

By | Travel & Leisure, Travel + Culture | One Comment

5 Amazing Things to See During a Walking Tour in Palermo.

1.Teatro Massimo

2. Palermo Cathedral

3. San Giuseppe dei Teatini

4. Church of the Gesù

5. Teatro Politeama

Honorable Mention

Palermo’s Open Food Markets.

The Palermo Walking Food Tour can be booked below as well.

See Palermo

For booking: Click here or for more information as well as booking, click here.

If time permits, consider a half day trip to Monreale.

Kwanzaa Ujamaa

Kwanzaa – Ujamaa

By | Editor's Note, Travel & Leisure, Travel + Culture | No Comments

Ujamma

In order to breathe sustenance and sustainability into the black community, we must pool our talents and resources together to create an economy.

…our own economy.

We must be open to do business with our brothers and sisters.

We must do right by our brothers and sisters in business.

We must treat black businesses with respect and on-going patronage.

As business owners, we must deliver quality items and customer service.

We are not in competition with one another, we’re in concert.

It’s time to sing praises of economic power…

…and use that power to redevelop our community.

Collective Economics.

Ujamaa

Kwanzaa Ujima

Kwanzaa – Ujima

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Kwanzaa – Ujima

All abled adults are responsible for their actions.

They are responsible for their happiness, their families and their communities.

They are responsible for themselves and group leadership.

When this is a foreign concept or there’s an gap in understanding; reach out to an elder.

Elders, both men and women, have the duty to inspire, teach, and guide.

Elders are responsible for passing wisdom and tradition.

Elders are responsible.

He is responsible.

and together, our collective works inspire a village of responsible beings.

Kwanzaa.

Ujima.

Collective works and responsibility.

Sex-museum

Amsterdam’s Sex Museum, It’s So Cheeky

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Amsterdam’s Sex Museum, It’s so Cheeky.

 

I had one mission during my last trot through Amsterdam, to visit as many museums as possible. Like many, I was quite familiar with popular museums such a Van Gogh, the Anne Frank House, and the Rijks. However, during planning, I happened upon a few new options, such as the Sex Museum, which wasn’t on my initial excursion radar.

Because of the “sensitive” nature of sex and sexual displays, if you’re on your work computer, a prude, or just don’t like the displays of physical intimacy,

exit now..

because…

…there will be nudity, the mention of dicks (penises), pussies (vaginas), sex, orgies, pornography, brothels, sexual artifacts, and all of the other adult entertainment that falls in between.

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