Stand for what you believe in and watch the world go crazy. Show respect for what you love and be met by hatred. It’s true people fear what they don’t understand. Reading the comments and tweets all I see is ignorance and fear. As if Beyoncé had just launched an attack against white people. Maybe we see it different…what I seen was someone paying homage and uplifting black culture during BLACK HISTORY MONTH. Only the guilty feel offended and threatened. Only the guilty run for cover when they see what was deemed weak unite. Without loading a single gun instead placing a fist in the air, created an unrest upon the guilty as If this was a call for war. I say the guilty because it isn’t all white people I’m so past seeing things as white and black. It’s the guilty, the people who fear equality. The people who believe the uprising of once race will be the downfall of another. That isn’t the case, the guilty don’t see the vision….We all no matter race or color can stand as one. Thanks you Queen for exposing the guilty.
3 thoughts on “The Formation.”
It’s pretty obvious to anyone with a brain that Beyonce’s act was, at the very least, a “microaggression” against Whites. 😉 Then, almost everything that Blacks claim is “uplifting” are just dog-whistles for racism against Whites and warfare against America. It has to be; the only way a Black is willing to improve him or herself is relatively, as in by pulling down Whites to their level and attacking normative American culture.
Thanks for reading….I respect your opinion although I do disagree…you sound a little guilty.
Guilty? No, not in the least. Concerned? Yes, to some extent since in the wake of the “Civil Rights” movement and its general success there’s been more and more attacks against normative, i.e., White, American culture and more and more attempts to harm me and mine in order to pander to the Blacks.