As the gamesters say: Burn the coal, pay the toll.
Why is it that disgusting miscegenators believe that their life choices must be accepted by normal people? Why do the rest of us have to be obligated to accept that which we find abhorrent?
Trash in italics, good sense in plain font.
One Missouri mom's powerful Facebook post is igniting conversation among parents after she questioned what will happen in the future when her toddler son grows up a black male, in wake of Alton Sterling's death in Louisiana last week.
The conversation should be: how do we prevent our children from engaging in miscegenation, so that they do not end up like this self-absorbed, navel-gazing, coal-burning piece of trash?
Monica Johnson, 33, of St. Louis, said she shared the entry on July 7 in hopes to shift the public's thinking and perception of black individuals in this country.
What a dumb cunt. Why should anyone alter their opinion on race just because she decided to whore herself for a Black male?
"My reason for sharing it is more so that for parents of white children, this would become real to them," Johnson told ABC News today.
No. It’s your decision, your life choice, so now you can live with the consequences. Parents of White children have absolutely no obligation to you.
"White or black, moms can relate. We have the same love for our kids.
Except parents who are of the same race as their children have more parental kinship to them. It’s not like they are less related genetically to their children than they would be to a co-racial stranger. Can you say the same?
I hope somehow this can help them look inward, seeing that we have these prejudices and it's easy to project them on adults, but when you're looking at [violence] from the perspective of a mom, it made me think, 'This was someone's child. This was someone's baby at some point. This could've been my baby.'"
You can say that about anyone, you absolute retarded yeast-hole. Ted Bundy was someone’s child too, wasn’t he?
"[My son] is the happiest, most social baby I've ever met," she added. "He talks to everyone. He smiles at everyone.
Even at a young age, the uninhibited Negro pattern emerges. How long before he’s making “booty calls” and groping White girls?
He's everybody's baby and at some point, that will change. It will change for every child, of course, but at some point, Kai is going to experience something that's not based on him being that happy, smiley baby. He's going to experience a shift. All my kids will, and have -- a difference in the way people respond to him, in the way they're viewed. For white parents, their child most likely will not need a post written about them to defend their value."
Whites have value to Whites. Blacks have value to Blacks. Actually, you will have more of a problem than your hybrid spawn. They will be accepted in the Black community. A race traitor like you invokes disgust in normal White people; on the other hand, Blacks, especially Black females, will also reject you.
On the day of Alton Sterling's death in a police-involved shooting, Johnson, a hair stylist, was working at her salon when conversation sparked about the shooting.
"They were kind of spewing this hatred and this misunderstanding of what they felt was happening," Johnson recalled. "A large group of people that were saying this are people that love my kids. For some reason, there was an exception of my kids because they are small. It infuriated me. There was such a huge disconnect with white people and with the pain that the black community is feeling after this."
How about the pain of the White community from Black criminal violence?
Johnson is a mom of four children who are biracial. Her youngest son, Kai, 2, was the subject of her Facebook post, which read in part:
"I'm so cute now.
That’s your subjective opinion of your son. In my opinion, he’s a grotesque little mongrel. I find unmixed Black African children more attractive – at least they have the advantage of their racial integrity, of a genotype and phenotype adapted to their ancestral environment. They aren’t bizarre little monstrosities.
comments on my beautiful skin, my adorable curls.
Subjectivity again. Your son is, to me, ugly. I think he looks like a little monster. Understand?
But I ask you this -- what about when I'm 25, and my skin gets darker, my curls get tighter...I'm wearing baggy pants, maybe a hoodie or a baseball cap...will you lock your car doors when I cross the street?
Will you embrace and welcome me when I'm a full grown black man?
Will you value my life the same way you value my white Mom's?
I don’t value the Mom’s life at all. To me, she’s lower than a maggot-infested dog turd festering on the side of the street.
Or like my Dad's...my black daddy who gets pulled over for "following too closely" (at a stoplight) or for doing 3 miles over the speed limit.
Other people of other races get stopped similarly as well. Stop whining.
Johnson continued: "Will you smile and take my ID and insurance card like my Mom?
I want to have no interaction with the Mom whatsoever. Get out of my country, please.
Or will you ask if I have warrants before even asking for my license, like my Dad?...
Does he have warrants?
Think about the human beings you are judging.
Think about them being someone's sweet baby, someone's big brother, someone's nephew or niece. This is not about just Police. This is about all of us and how we shape our opinions and views of the world and its people. Our children are watching."
White victims of Black crimes are also “someone's sweet baby, someone's big brother, someone's nephew or niece.”
Johnson said her sister convinced her to share what she penned on Facebook after it was typed out as a journal entry.
Too bad the sister didn’t tell her not to be a coal-burning slut.
The post was shared over 550 times and Johnson began sharing her story with media outlets.
"White moms were able to understand in a way they wouldn't be able to understand if I weren't white," Johnson said. "I'm using that now to get my message across. Even though it wasn't intended to be shared, it's out there now and now that it's out there, I would love for it to help us pay attention to the thoughts we're having. When you see a grown black man, do you feel what you feel when you see a white man? I just want our thinking to shift."
No, we do not have to shift our thinking for you. Why don’t you shift your “thinking” for us? Acknowledge you have ruined your life and take yourself and your family to Africa and leave the rest of us alone.