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Ashley El - We need to hold black men in our community accountable. You can't be problack if you're ok with letting our own abuse others
Muhammad Rasheed - My point is know the facts independently of what a hostile white press tells you about those Black men.
The FACTS show that they are innocent. I move forward accordingly in my messaging because I care about the truth.
Ashley El - No they don't. Neither one of them is innocent. In the black community we have a really bad habit of siding with our predators. But it is a fact that almost always, when someone comes forward about rape or sexual abuse, male or female, they are telling the truth. Hell, besides to admitting he drugged women for sex, Bill Cosby joked about it in a comedy show in the 1960s
Muhammad Rasheed - Ashley wrote: "No they don't."
Yes, they do. The documented evidence in both of their trials reveal they are innocent of the charges. The problem is what is depicted in the cartoon above: Black people uncritically accept whatever white people tell them about other Black people. This is the shameful condition we deal with, demonstrating a subjugation of the mind by the white racist aristocracy.
Please stop it.
Ashley El - No. Many of us don't. Like I said, you can't be problack if you refuse to hold the predators in our community accountable. Listen to black women
Muhammad Rasheed - Ashley wrote: "Many of us don't."
You're doing it now.
Ashley El - Listen to black women
Muhammad Rasheed - I listen to Black women who proudly stand on the side of Truth, not those who willingly partner with my traditional enemy against the Black community.
Ashley El - Black men who rape, molest, and abuse other members of our community or those weaker than them are the enemy. And the people who support them too. Listen to black women
Muhammad Rasheed - Ashley wrote: "Black men who rape, molest, and abuse other members of our community or those weaker than them are the enemy."
They're *An* enemy. *THE* enemy is the maintainers of anti-Black systemic racism.
Ashley wrote: "And the people who support them too."
They are also *AN* enemy.
Ashley wrote: "Listen to black women"
Not when she's acting like my enemy by rejecting facts/truth and listening to diabolical white people against her own. Level up, learn how to discern between truth vs falsehood and do better, please. Then I'll listen to you.
Ashley El - listen to black women
Muhammad Rasheed - First, cure yourself of your penchant for uncritically accepting whatever white people tell you about Black people.
MEDIUM: Scanned pen & ink cartoon drawing w/Adobe Photoshop color.
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