Since You Keep Your Black Daughters Living As Unprotected Prey In Black Neighborhoods, You Should At Least Train Them In Parkour And Free Running

Here’s a video of an 11-year old girl from Spain doing parkour. [Thankfully, she has the sense to have a spotter present to catch her when she has trouble with some of her acrobatics.]

FUNCTIONAL FITNESS AND PARKOUR-TYPE SKILLS COULD HELP SAVE YOUR DAUGHTER’S LIFE

There are practical considerations about parkour and free running skills.

If you still have your little girl living in a Black residential area:

  • which means she’s living among the LEGIONS of African-American male pedophiles and gang rapists that live in Black residential areas

then she needs to be fit and skilled enough to run fast, and vault over fences, park benches, and other physical objects (like the Spanish girl in the video).

“RWANDA” HAS ALREADY ARRIVED AMONG THOSE AFRICAN-AMERICANS WHO PERSIST IN LIVING IN BLACK RESIDENTIAL AREAS

Years ago before I had my own blog, I started warning African-American women to run for their lives and flee Black residential areas in the US. Almost four years ago, as a commenter on another blog, I said that we are 1.5 steps away from Rwanda. “Rwanda” has arrived among those African-Americans who persist in living in Black residential areas.

Despite the bad-faith denial and lies spoken by the “things aren’t so bad that we need to evacuate Black neighborhoods” type of African-Americans, the pandemic of sexual molestation, rape, and gang rape among African-Americans continues to ravage increasing numbers of victims:

AT THIS POINT, ONLY NEGLIGENT PARENTS CONDEMN THEIR DAUGHTERS TO THE GREATLY ENHANCED RISK OF GANG RAPE CREATED BY LIVING IN BLACK RESIDENTIAL AREAS

At this point, it’s obvious there will be an ever-increasing number of atrocities inflicted on the (mostly Black) women and girls who live or pass through Black residential areas. And since this is obvious, any Black parent who keeps their daughter living within African-American Rwanda zones is a negligent parent.

SINCE YOU’VE GOT YOUR BLACK DAUGHTER LIVING AS UNPROTECTED PREY AMONG BLACK MALE MONSTERS, THEN SHE AT LEAST NEEDS TO BE ABLE TO RUN LIKE MOST PREY

If you’re one of these negligent Black parents who insist upon keeping your baby girl living among the savage Black male brutes—who run wild in Black residential areas—and their equally depraved Black female enablers, then at minimum you need to make sure she’s fit. Fit and skilled enough to run fast and vault over objects like the Spanish girl in the video.

If you’re still living in a Black residential area, then you also need to get fit enough to run for your life. You also need to drop whatever Oppositional Defiant Disorder-based attitude you might have about the police. After all, White Male-Dominated Law Enforcement Is The Only Thing Standing Between You And Mass Rape In Black Neighborhoods. The life you save by dropping this knee-jerk, anti-police attitude might be your own.

ADDENDUM #1: NO EMPTY VENTING OR HANDWRINGING DURING THIS CONVERSATION

Let’s stay on point with this conversation. I’m talking about:

Functional fitness training in parkour and free running skills that could help unprotected Black girls (and women) living in Black residential areas get away from the first Black male rapist. It appears that what happens in a number of these situations is that the first Black male monster catches and traps the girl, and then that Black male monster starts phoning his Black male monster-friends to come join him in raping the girl.

If the girl can avoid being physically caught by the first Black male monster, then perhaps she’ll be able to avoid being raped and gang raped.

The sheer negligence of those African-American parents who keep their daughters living in Black male-gang-rapist-infested Black residential areas. At this point, nobody can honestly “play the nut role” and fail to know that large numbers of African-American males are inclined to engage in rape and gang rape. Or that large numbers of African-American female zombies will support Black male rapists and gang rapists.

I’m not interested in the empty, meaningless handwringing that is the typical response to these atrocities. We already know that the masses of African-American adults are not going to lift a finger to protect Black girls who are trapped living within Black residential areas.

Since these Black girls WON’T be protected by the Black adults around them, then it would be helpful for these girls to be trained how to run and vault over objects. Maybe that sort of training could be added to their Girl Scout, church-based, and (zombie) “community”-based, programs. So the helpless, defenseless girls can increase their odds of being able to escape the large numbers of Black male monsters in Black residential areas who will try to rape them.

ADDENDUM #2

There’s no one technique or method that would apply to any and all scenarios.

My issue is that African-Americans almost never discuss practical ideas about these scenarios. Either we go into lengthy discussions about various sociological and ideological constructs. Or we do some empty venting about how horrible the Black male monsters are. Or we do some empty handwringing.

I’m trying to foster a conversation about some PRACTICAL ideas that sane African-Americans can present to the “orphaned” Black girls in their orbit. Orphaned for all practical purposes because there are NO adults in their families who are acting responsibly to protect them.

In terms of the parkour, I’m also thinking of the ability to vault over chairs and tables to run out of a room that one finds oneself trapped in. I’m thinking about the ability to run away effectively in general.

Since we know Black girls are NOT going to be protected, what sorts of training or ideas can we—as sane African-American adults—present to the orphaned Black girls in our orbit?

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137 Responses to “Since You Keep Your Black Daughters Living As Unprotected Prey In Black Neighborhoods, You Should At Least Train Them In Parkour And Free Running”

  1. Sylvia says:

    Thank you Khadija for stretching us from our comfort zones. I have to say you have really challenged me (in a good way) this week. I live in a town where there are almost no black people (or minorities), as evidenced by our daughter being the only minority in her entire high school, so I had to really put on my thinking cap on how I could accomplish the assignment. I have done a bit of research and found Big Brothers Big Sisters (unfortunately the closest is in a neighboring county about 80 miles away). I am more of a one-on-one person and like that by mentoring I would have the opportunity to influence, provide and communicate the life-saving survival skills, support and advice to my black [orphaned] mentoree. There is a rather lengthy process to becoming a mentor to these girls but I feel it is worth the time and effort to do so.

    • Sylvia,

      You’re welcome!

      {loud, sustained standing ovation}

      That’s wonderful news—please keep us posted! THANK YOU so much for taking action. May God bless you!

      Expect Success!

  2. Oshun/Aphrodite says:

    Myself and the org director are set to meet next week. I have ordered two safety DVDs and contacted the Just Yell Fire folks about getting a hardcopy of theirs. I have gathered some power point materials as well.

    I was thinking if it all comes together – maybe this could be an ongoing thing.

  3. KM says:

    Well,

    I submitted the request to air this video next month (which included a sample permission slip, the age range I wanted to show it to, area libraries that the video could be rented from so that parents can watch the video before it was aired). And my boss said no because “we don’t want to scare the children and their parents.”

    Before I could state my case, the Executive Director said no as well because “we don’t have this kind of problem in our area.”

    I work in a very affluent area of the city but the children who go to this school are mixed races and mixed SES. And I can already tell that amongst the BGs who go here, poor and upper middle class, that they are already starting to deal with BM predators. The non-black girls could benefit as well.

    So now, I’m looking at alternative ways to empower the BGs in my care. A Girl Scout troop meets where I work on Friday nights, I’m looking to do something with them.

    • *Extremely Important Teachable Moment Lesson About KM’s Experience*

      KM,

      You said, “I submitted the request to air this video next month (which included a sample permission slip, the age range I wanted to show it to, area libraries that the video could be rented from so that parents can watch the video before it was aired). And my boss said no because “we don’t want to scare the children and their parents.”

      Before I could state my case, the Executive Director said no as well because “we don’t have this kind of problem in our area.”

      What you’re describing is a very good example of why the “I’ll just write a donation check” model of limited response is usually INADEQUATE for making a dent in the acute crises facing AAs. Crises such as the mass sexual molestation, rape, and gang rape that AA males are inflicting on AA women and girls in Black residential areas.

      I mean that in this sense:

      We often assume that the people who are running child care centers, youth centers, and similar social-type services are sensible, enlightened and savvy about the issues surrounding sexual abuse and rape. Meanwhile, often they’re NOT—they’re often just as clueless and in denial as the general population! This is why blindly writing a donation check for the organizations that these people run often does NOTHING to address these issues.

      Certain types of acute problems can’t be addressed in any sort of meaningful way by remote control methods such as sending in a donation. They require at least a minimal level of personal, hands-on attention from more than the current 1% of AAs who bother to respond to these issues.

      Expect Success!

  4. Faith says:

    I’ve contacted RAINN, a local Rape Crisis Center, the Boys & Girls Club and Project Safe Girls and am trying to coordinate training sessions, video screenings, etc. When I have something more tangible to report I’ll let everyone know.

    • Faith,

      {loud, sustained standing ovation}

      That’s wonderful news—please keep us posted! THANK YOU so much for taking action. May God bless you!

      Expect Success!

  5. Miss S says:

    I don’t normally keep these crazy hours, but it’s been a crazy week for me. So here’s my suggestion at 4AM.

    Next month I will be participating in the Take Back the Night Rally. I volunteer with the org that coordinates it. It’s going to be in the city, so hopefully girls will attend.

    I’m going to print out sheets describing the grooming process that someone mentioned above. Most women are assaulted (sexually and physically by someone they know. Most of the time, young girls don’t know they’re being groomed and may not have anyone looking out for them.

    As for the ‘escape’ rather than ‘fight’ solutions, I don’t know how to go about helping in that area. I don’t know Parkour. Maybe having a pamphlet with something along the lines of ” if you feel that you’re in danger, don’t freeze (which is unfortunately what alot of people, especially women, do.

    So a focus on preventing the situation from becoming a physical attack. I also read that shouting, being loud, vulgar, etc is an escape tactic. It’s based on the idea that men are relying more on masculine theoretical power, instead of physical power, when preying on women because women are constructed as passive, and therefore unlikely to fight back. Acting in an aggressive, unladylike manner, cursing, calling him names, emasculating him… it’s been proven that these techniques have worked. I read it in my feminist theory class last year.

    However, based on who I want to receive this information (young black girls in urban areas) and who their predators are (black men of all ages in their community) do you think this is the right information to share with them?

  6. MissS,

    {loud, sustained standing ovation}

    That’s wonderful news—please keep us posted! THANK YOU so much for taking action. May God bless you!

    A few caveats:

    You said, “I’m going to print out sheets describing the grooming process that someone mentioned above.”

    Please DON’T ever rely on theoretical hot-air from do-nothing readers as your source of information for writing whatever flyers you plan to distribute! Instead, talk to some actual rape and violence counselors in your area to get more reliable info.

    You said, “I also read that shouting, being loud, vulgar, etc is an escape tactic. It’s based on the idea that men are relying more on masculine theoretical power, instead of physical power, when preying on women because women are constructed as passive, and therefore unlikely to fight back. Acting in an aggressive, unladylike manner, cursing, calling him names, emasculating him… it’s been proven that these techniques have worked. I read it in my feminist theory class last year.”

    Please DON’T ever rely on anything from a feminist theory class as your source for the information that you plan to give to young girls! This is the REAL WORLD, not theory. Instead, talk to some actual rape and violence counselors in your area to get more reliable info.

    In terms of the notion of cursing and other unladylike behavior somehow being an escape or self-defense technique, I would remind you of the REAL WORLD incident in which a fully-grown Negro male was videotaped repeatedly punching a teenage Black girl in a McDonalds. While not a single one of the other fully grown Negro males present bothers to come to her aid in any way. Apparently, this girl had become loud and cursed at the Negro male who beat her down. Cursing and unladylike behavior did NOT protect her from being beat down.

    Expect Success!

  7. Miss S says:

    That’s my concern. There were real life examples provided where women escaped by being loud, vulgar, and unfeminine. However, I havw thw feeling that their attacker was a lone, creepy, white guy. Not a gang of black men. BIG difference.

    I do know from first hand accounts what the grooming process is, because I have friends that are childhood sexual assault survivors.

    I’m going to do some research and correspond with the girl who works for the org I volunteer at. I want to know what some proven escape tactics are, especially if you’re being threatened by a group of guys, as opposed to just one.

    I’m from the country, my mom and stepdad still live in the country, and I now live with family in the suburbs. That’s a bit different than living in an urban ghetto. For instance, I taught my sisters the aggressive techniques, being unfeminine, etc, but if anyone ever approached them, it would probably be the lone white, creepy guy. Not a gang of black men. I need to find a way to tailor this message to it’s intended audience.

    I will note that one evening, I went to an urban (ghetto) area to a discount retailer because I was looking for a specific pair of yoga pants. The men who tried to approach me, ‘holla’ at me etc, did stop when I did one thing that I read. I just stared at them. I didn’t smile, say hi, or anything. I actually saw a few of them take a step back, so I do think it’s true that staring is a man’s way of being aggressive, a way of silently saying “back off.”

    To note, I’m a tiny, round faced 25 year old, and people always think I’m younger- I’m not physically intimindating to say the least.

    • MissS,

      You said, “I’m going to do some research and correspond with the girl who works for the org I volunteer at. I want to know what some proven escape tactics are, especially if you’re being threatened by a group of guys, as opposed to just one.”

      I’m glad to hear it. Onward and forward!

      Expect Success!

  8. Nysee says:

    Dear Khadija,
    My nieces came over the other day and I sat them down and told how to trust their instincts and to let them know when some grown man touches them in a way that make them uncomfortable , you tell your mother or come to Auntie and let us know. I will sign them up for self defense class and I will invest in the first class and then their mother will invest thereafter. I spoke to my cousin and let her know that will be going to
    classes to let and to make sure that they have their cel phones readily available.
    We are alone in this and it is open season on Black Women. This is reality as we know it, but this is to prepare not scare them so they utilize the power to escape.
    I am not trying to sound doom and gloom Khadija,
    this is a fact and the quicker these young ladies know it they will be equipped for it.
    Also , in doing so , I will be telling to flee fast the community because danger is being played out and I will at leaset know that I did something to warn them and tell their mothers to find some extra income to flee because this is a preview of coming attractions that we definitely do not want .
    Keep up the excellent work and thank you for all that you have done to enlighten and educate us.

    • Nysee,

      Oh, I don’t see this as doom and gloom, it’s a simple matter of life and death. AA adults in Black residential areas have repeatedly proven that they WON’T protect or defend Black girls; so these girls need to understand the harsh reality that their own survival is on them. It’s a terrible thing to be a totally UNprotected child; but that’s the fate of those AA girls whose parents keep them living as prey as Black residential areas.

      The only reason why I published your comment about what you’re doing with your nieces is because earlier on you mentioned that you’re going to do some outreach to orphaned Black girls who don’t have anybody like you around them.

      I want to keep the spotlight on what folks are doing/planning on doing to communicate these survival ideas to orphaned Black girls.

      Let’s keep the spotlight on efforts to communicate life-saving ideas to orphaned Black girls.

      Expect Success!

  9. Shesthedifferencemaker says:

    Greeting Khadija1

    I have good and bad news.

    The bad news is that I won’t be able to assist with the planning/presenting of the “safety night” due to the serious nature of the lesson. They would rather have their own staff do it. Good news is that they will show it! They think this summer is a good time to start doing it because more girls will be out of school and and they have more kids at their facilities.

    We will figure out whether I will donate the DVDs or if they will purchase them, but I told them I would need to have updates on the progress they are making and if it would be possible if I can take part, even if I will only be an observer :)

    • Shesthedifferencemaker,

      That’s grr-eat news as far as I’m concerned—something good is happening that would NOT have happened without your intervention!

      I think it’s very wise of you to keep an eye on how they’re handling the safety night/showing of the DVD. If it was me, I’d definitely make a point of being present as an observer.

      Great job! Again, THANK YOU!

      Expect Success!

  10. Miss S says:

    Just an update:

    I got the go ahead from the organization, so I’m going to be creating fliers/pamphlets and we’re going to distribute them during the demonstration next month!

  11. To Those Readers Who Have Taken Action,

    Even though I know that various efforts are ongoing, it’s time for me to close the comments to this post.

    Please know that you have my heart-felt thanks and appreciation.

    The point to all of this that good things are happening (for the orphaned Black girls in your orbit) that would NOT have happened without your intervention! THANK YOU and may God bless you!

    Expect Success!