N-G-R (net-geb) Ancient KMT (Egyptian) for God
Negro: Latin/Spanish for Black
Niger (West Africa; Sacred River)
Yes our youth are showing their @$$es to expose the underground economy...... I am a teacher with a home school, and I live with my students in their neighborhoods. I tutor, read to children, and teach STEAMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, Medicine) through urban agriculture on our urban farm. I see this every day. Our Youth are lowering their virtues like "flags" at half-mast as an SOS to the homicides and slaughter of their families and friends who are caught up in the criminal "In-Just U.S." system, the prison industrial complex and the military industrial complex. Sagging IS NOT A FASHION STATEMENT! Our youth have been the walking wounded suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress for the past 30 years! I'm not saying that I condone this behavior- But I also cannot condemn our young men (or Young Women) either. We must embrace our youth and use teachable moments to engage and connect with them.As there is a cure in nature, for every illness, Our Black Youth have gone feral, from the mundane delusions of the middle class value system and are generating their own freedom structures within the underground economy. Their Hip Hop Culture has become the cypher, the pathway map and talking drum for all youth around the planet. They are moving to a green movement to take on the accountability to the ecosystem of the planet and their role in the sustainability of their environment.
- A cheating spouse who convinces their partner that affairs are harmless to their marriage.
- Someone who enlists the help of a friend to destroy their own property in order to collect the insurance.
- A pedophile grooming a child for sexual activity: "It's not wrong if we love each other."
- Someone who sells pot out of your house: "This shouldn't even be illegal... who is it hurting?"