So Scott Adans’ advice is starting to ring true more and more every day. Get away and stay away from these people. Of course, should you find yourself in a life and death situation by all means defend yourself, but otherwise there should be minimal to no interaction with them.
There was a good list of advice on here about dealing with blacks in America, which boiled down to:
- if you find yourself in an area and suddenly (almost) everyone is black - get out
- if a black person wants to interact with you, smile and quickly move on
The problem as I see it is that you're basically telling them that decades of propaganda and brainwashing are flat out wrong.
I'm noting a bit of a sea change. Some normies are going down the Ben Shapiro-Dave Rubin gateway of the alt-right. Interviews with people like Larry Elder and others. Very safe baby steps into getting deeper into this topic. I don't push hard on such people. Thy're going at their own pace, through the parables of lies we live in. It's the Floyd craziness that pushed them.
Posting this in here, as this is a de facto thread about the people in question.
For some time I've been on the islands - Cape Verde. It's not important why I am here. The ancestry of the islands is about 50% Portuguese and 50% black. But the Portuguese mostly live on islands that are not touristic. So I've been around blacks for about a month. Most people live in breeze block constructions that look like what you might find in the favelas. Looking through some door ways many homes have no furnishings. They are just concrete. Life is also quite expensive here. Most people can't afford taxis, which cost about the same as in the US, if not more. Most food is more expensive. Most roads are made of cobbled stones.
I've been walking round the favelas at night. past midnight. I don't feel unsafe. I've not felt unsafe anywhere. No one pays any attention to me, other than maybe to start a friendly chat. Life seems quite settled and safe here. Children are happy playing in the street. There is no threatening body language, no gangster behaviour, no gangster music. The churches are quite full and it has one of the biggest Mormon populations as a percent of the population. All of the blacks are descendants of slaves, and thus must be suffering from slavery still. Moreso as the length of time they were slaves was much longer than in the US. And the slaves were owned by Europeans, which makes it worse than all the endemic slavery in Africa. Add to that the relative poverty for most people.
Compare that to being in America, as soon as I saw a large amount of black people I felt the danger, the looks imbibed with gangsterism. I've heard the tales of people who live there and there advice (see above bullet points). My feeling of blacks in America is - I don't want to see you, ever. This from the wealthiest most pampered blacks in the world. Suffering from slavery is not the cause. The answer, likely more so begins with a J.