“Where justice is denied, where poverty is enforced, where ignorance prevails, and where one class is made to feel that society is organized in a conspiracy to oppress, rob, and degrade them, neither persons nor property will be safe.” – Frederick Douglass


I used to come in a store with no intention to steal anything!
Only buy what i needed or wanted and then leave
but for years i was followed and harassed by white people with black people’s indifference and/or assistance.

Being singled out,isolated by phenotype,powerless to respond
,under surveillance not just in stores but on the street,at home,everywhere I go!

Imagine my surprise and relief as well as curiosity when I was forced to realize that I could steal and get away with it!

Just like white people
It puts more confidence in the fact that this universe is just and fair.

I Mean was not america founded on stolen land ,built with stolen labor,continually enriched by robber,theft,rape and murder to this very day.

what legal recourse do i or anyone have against repeated and continual harassment and abuse at
multiple different establishments?

All own and/or staffed by the same type of people.

why are some people successful and others not?
what is success?

stealing small is less risky and more sustainable than stealing large.
First published 7-10-2011


they – ralphs,foodforless,riteaid etc corp america throwaway more everday then I can steal in a lifetime
And the consumers they employe and who shop throw away just as much.

I’m getting better at it but I still hope money becomes obsolete and end this pain and suffering.


~ by Mbeti on July 10, 2011.

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