Tuesday, May 14, 2013
STALKING PART II: KENYAN WOMEN ARE BEING BURNED BY THE MEN THEY LOVE
In this Part II of our series on "Stalking", this story comes all the way from the Motherland, the beautiful continent of Africa. Africa may be a beautiful continent with its beautiful black people, its beautiful landscape, and beautiful safaris, but not all things in Africa are beautiful. There is plenty of domestic violence, brutalization, fear, destruction, intimidation, jealousy, murder, and mayhem going on in Africa and particularly (for the sake of this piece) Nairobi, Kenya.
Check out these stories brothers & sisters which falls right in line with our series on "Stalking". This is an extremely sad story and it just goes to show that the black man all over the diaspora are losing their minds over the black woman and going completely and utterly nuts! Using brutality and violence to keep a woman with you is stupid black man, if she doesn't want you, she just doesn't want you. It's just that simple. But I suppose in reality matters of the (so-called) heart are never truly simple. With that being said, it is NEVER an excuse for any brother to terrorize, maim, and instill fear into his woman. PERIOD! "Violence Can Be Met With Violence", but who wants to go there just because some black man is living in denial, blaming his black woman for all of his wrongs (and all of the wrongs he created in his life) and who is all fucked up in the head about it?
Domestic violence and stalking is REAL. It don't get no realer! Our series on stalking continues with this heinous story all the way from Nairobi, Kenya in Africa. Marinate and meditate over what these sisters have been put through brothers & sisters, then think about all of the bullshit that's going on right here in the good ol' U.S. of A. domestically between the black woman and the black men who refuse to let them go. As always your comments and questions are welcomed.
Until Our Next Installment ...
KEEP PEACE IN THE STREETS!!!
(Video Courtesy of WorldStarHipHop. There is no translation for what the victim and the perpetrator are saying. Why? I don't know. The narration, however is in english.)