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Joe Bottieri


The uncomfortable truth!

Wednesday, June 24, 2020 4:08 PM

By: Michael Dozier

June 2 · 

Uncomfortable Truth that needs to be heard:

As a Black American, my greatest fear for my son and Four daughters is for them to walk out of the house and be murdered by people who share the same pigmentation that I do, not the police. 

It’s an uncomfortable truth that Black parents talk to their children about every day. Parents of Black boys especially, fear that their sons may walk out the door and never come home. We ask our children “where they are going and who they are going with” we warn them not to go into certain neighborhoods. WE KNOW! You may not want to admit it, but WE KNOW!!! 

The only time our lives really matter is when one of us is shot by a White cop. CNN and MSNBC (the great dividers) they won’t report about the real tragedy that the Black communities suffer from. 

Why? Because their lives only matter every four years or when an incident happens that fits their narrative. 

If you’re not Black, or you don’t live in America, do not be fooled by the narrative the News tries to feed you, they don’t care!! 

They don’t care about the five year old Black child that was shot in Chicago last week, they don’t care about the over 200 Black lives that were taken from us since January of this year in Chicago alone. 

They won’t tell you that thousands of Black men, women and children were brutally slaughtered in inner cities throughout this country by Black on Black crime, just this year alone. 

When you feed into their narrative, you do a great injustice for all of the Black men, women, and children whose lives didn’t matter this year and years prior. 

If Black lives really mattered to them, where were the protesters when the 5 year old child was slaughtered last week? Where was the media? Where were the celebrities and their donations to stop the violence? Where were the politicians? 

Do you want to know why these incidents between the police and Black folks happen at higher rates? 

Because the higher rate of crime in inner cities lead to the hiring of more police officers. When the crime rate exceeds the average, cities hire less than desired people to patrol their streets. 

Mayors and attorney generals ignore warnings about abusive cops and when the shit hits the fan, they look to blame someone else. We all know who gets the blame this year!!! 

Do you want to really fix the problem? Black communities need to clean their house!!! Only they can clean up the crime. They know who the bad people are!! Judges, mayors and governors need to put away the criminals. They know who they are!!!

Stop making excuses for bad behavior. Call it out. Teach your children how to make better decisions. 


LASTLY, if your priest, minister or whatever they call themselves, live better than just one of their congregation members and only show up when the donation basket comes around, find a new church. 

It’s the churches responsibility to help the neighborhood. It is the neighbor’s responsibility to help their neighborhood. It is the neighborhood’s responsibility to help their communities. It is the communities responsibility to help their town and it is the town’s responsibility to help their city.