I know you are really trying to express something here, but whatever it is it’s unclear. It’s all trolls, bad children and black professors and pronouns. Huh? What? It’s like walking in on the middle of a really confusing conversation.
Also, I am not lecturing you, or telling you what to think or feel, I am attempting to have a reasonable conversation. Because that’s what I do. In that conversation, I am pointing out that you completely avoid and dismiss a great deal of what Son of Baldwin, and many, many, many others are feeling with regard to lack of respect for black lives. I am not telling you, you have to respect black lives, or that you should, but I am implying that it seems that you don’t; and your lack of respect is so subconscious and automatic, you probably don’t even realize that you are doing it. And it could be That’s why getting called on it makes you so uncomfortable and you attack in response. Or, maybe not. The more you seem to write on this, the more confusing your responses become.
You’re angry. That much is obvious. About what exactly? It’s unclear — something to do with Son of Baldwin, but I think there is more to this story. I’m not requesting any further clarification, because I think you’re too angry to provide it . And that’s okay.
I don’t know you, and I don’t know what you’re angry about, so you might actually be justified.
I don’t know Son of Baldwin either, but I know why he’s angry. And I know absolutely he’s justified and if ( and that’s a big if) his anger costs someone a house, or a job, or a car that is a small price in comparison to all black lives that have been lost, to white fear, rage, anger and apathy.
But really I don’t believe for one second he caused such losses. This snowball has been rolling for quite sometime now, and its gathered quite a momentum. You can jump on the pendulum, or you can step aside. It’s totally your choice. You are the only one who gets to decide that.