I have no new second topic for this week. So, I figured I open up a forum for you to converse, vent, whatever. No topic – within reason – is off limits.
I have no new second topic for this week. So, I figured I open up a forum for you to converse, vent, whatever. No topic – within reason – is off limits.
Racism doesn’t end when even the government says so. Despite the fall of apartheid in South Africa, the haunting demons of prejudice and racism can still walk among its citizens, especially those in positions of power.
Such is the case with South African judge Mabel Jansen who recently made headlines after her facebook comments during what appears to be an interview surfaced. Jansen’s racist mindset was on full display when she says that rape, as well as murder, is not only part of black culture, but that black people take pleasure in it.
In her conversation she typed the following:
Since the revelation of her Facebook comments, Jansen tried to defend herself on Twitter saying that the comments were “taken out of context”. She has been put on leave and is under investigation. There is currently an online petition to have her removed from the bench.
To say that her comments are offensive would almost be an understatement. Anyone shocked by such comments haven’t been paying attention to the last hundred years of white supremacist history.
Jansen’s comments are a white racist conviction that black people – black men rather – love to rape and kill. Most racists believe in this myth so much that they obsess over black criminal behavior whenever and wherever it occurs. They particularly love when when the victims are white. That way, they can advertise the unsubstantiated and racially paranoid warning that a massive swarm of black demons are out to annihilate the white race.
In Jansen’s case, black men love to rape – gang rape – their own babies, daughters and mothers and will eventually move on to white women next. She also believes that they also think that killing each other is “no biggy”. And, of course, she concludes that that is the truth about black culture.
A white racist’s “truth” is always based on narcissistic falsehoods on how nonwhites are inferior to him or her.
Even though, Jansen admits that “white people have a lot to account for”, somehow black people are way worse!
Okay, I get it. We do have problems with rape and violence in our communities. Not once have I heard any black person anywhere deny that. But to confine it as part of our culture, and only our culture, is not just racist, but also erroneous and problematic.
Just because there are black folks who have murdered and raped doesn’t conclude that black people are a race of murderers and rapists, especially if those criminals are a minority. Judging an entire group based on a few malcontents, is an idiot’s move to hate others. And creating and magnifying reasons to hate others is nothing short of insane and villainous.
If racists care so much about the white race, then they should be doing something about their own problems of rape and murder. What about white men who rape babies, daughters, mothers and pets!? What about the white men who kill white people? Jansen can not say that white intraracial crime doesn’t exist in South Africa or anywhere else in the world. And she definitely can’t claim that white interracial crime isn’t an issue.
But something tells me Jansen is one of those racists who will turn a blind eye and a deaf ear to the crimes of white people. She seems too focused on the pathologies of the black community in her jurisdiction to be bothered by the reality that those same pathologies are found in every community in the world, especially her own.
The subject of interracial relationships is a touchy one in a racist society like the United States of Amerikkka. Most people can’t or won’t see beyond race when it comes to finding love. And some people will curse people of a particular color, sometimes their own, in order to bond with people of a different color.
It’s sorrowful, but there are some black folks that detest their own so much that they would rather be lynched than date their own people. The reasons are usually racist negative stereotypes one would normally see come from angry whites. You would’ve thought that such black people were white people in black skin they way they claim how black men and/or black women are no damn good!
Please get comfortable, because this is going to take some time.
Bitter Black Males
You probably know at least one, or you mostly see them, hear them or hear about them in social media websites, especially on sites where you can produce podcasts and videos like You Tube and Blog Talk Radio. Bitter black males on the internet are the dudes who will spend a better part of the day explaining the “evils” of black women making countless videos to make the same point ad nauseum. Their main complaints include that black women have bad attitudes, are promiscuous with multiple kids with just as many fathers or love thugs over good men. These guys are stereotype programmed.
Bitter black men clearly have issues that stem from their past relationships with black women. But most of them seem to loathe black people in general, particularly poor blacks and anti-racism black activists. On the other hand, they love white people, especially white females.
They believe white women are “superior” to black women. They think they are most submissive, know when to shut up, are naturally beautiful and know how to keep their legs closed.
To call these guys ‘Uncle Toms’ is an understatement. They are straight up Uncle Ruckus incarnates.
The most infamous of these brothas are former Youtuber Sargent Willie Pete and online alcoholic, abuser and overall self-hater Tommy Sotomayor. The Sarge made literally hundreds of Youtube videos mostly bashing black women while adoring white women. His reign supposedly ended when he sided with a white male guest who insulted black women. His channel and his videos were deleted, but not before some Youtubers managed to obtain them.
Tommy Sotomayor (Thomas Jerome Harris) is a radio host a few channels on Youtube and several social media pages. He has uploaded numerous anti-black women videos. It is noted that some of his videos are featured on white racist websites as some of his rantings are anti-black period. But to him, dark-skinned, respectable black women are the worst. He has a daughter that, according to his arrest records, doesn’t support!
Speaking of arrest records, Uncle Tommy was locked up several times for violent offenses. Thought I throw that out there.
But Uncle Tommy got a dose of poetic irony when he dated a white woman that he had on his show whom he praised as if she was the greatest thing invented since sweet rolls. He loves him some white women, and he was madly in love with this particular one. And then, he discovered she cheated on him in his bed! Rumor has it that it broke him so bad, he contemplated suicide.
If these fools think they are good men worthy of love from a black female, one has to wonder why would any black woman, or any woman for that matter, want to date abject misogynists, one of them apparently physically violent, suffering from internalized racism anyway.
Black Women’s Empowerment
Certain black women have developed this idea that finding love outside the black community was not only beneficial, but at most, it was necessary. Black Women’s Empowerment (BME) is a movement where black women believe that not only should they think for themselves and leave the black community behind as it is believe that staying there will hold them back, but they should consider looking for white men for love, security and support.
Many of them consider black men as ‘anchors’ pulling them down, unworthy of marriage. They think most black men are inherently violent, dimwittedly hypersexual – desiring white vaginas – and financially disabled (perpetually broke as hell).
However, white men are believed to be the exact opposite. They are believed to be better father-figures, know how to handle money, and would not dare strike a woman. Again, stereotypes on both sides are inspired.
I’ve never seen BWE videos or podcasts, but there are several blogs and websites dedicated to the cause. Most BWE advocates are writers and bloggers. Halima Anderson wrote a few e-books and runs a blog page called Black, Woman and Winning a.k.a. Date a White Guy. Her blog seeks to help black women open up to the idea of interracial relationships. Although it is not openly anti-black male, at least at first glance, it still stresses the desire of dating exclusively white guys.
Khadija Nassif, author of her first book The Sojourner’s Passport: A Black Woman’s Guide To Having The Life And Love You Deserve and moderator of her blogsite Sojourner’s Passport supports the idea of looking for romantic opportunities outside the black community and that the BWE, unlike the Civil Rights Movement, largely achieved success.
Some of Khadija’s other opinions on interracial dating include:
The black community is considered “dead and vampiric”.
Black women who date nonblack men are not “hindering their marriage options” by not engaging in “nothing but a black men self-sabotage”.
The all-black dating market is considered “toxic”.
“Nothing but black men” black women are “foolish”.
She doesn’t believe that white racism and sexism are holding black women back. Black men – black people are!
Bitter Black Men and the BWE movement are loaded with self-hating, obviously mentally and emotionally crushed black men and women who largely seek refuge in the arms of white people from blacks where the ones they’ve known have traumatized them in some way. They see whites as superior to their own people. They have adopted their racist mindsets. But the reality is that they aren’t searching for love as many of them claim, because they don’t love themselves or other black people. They are seeking a fraudulent sense of peace and pleasure from the struggles of being black by seeking white saviors to rescue them from the curse of blackness.
What’s love got to do with it? Nothing, if we’re being real.
There’s nothing wrong with being attracted to, dating or marrying someone of a different color if you truly like or love that person for who they are, not what they are or what they supposedly are!
During my youth, a female rapper by the name of Lil’ Kim emerged into the mainstream during the mid to latter 1990’s. When I heard her spit her rhymes, I admittedly was stunned, but in a good way. Her lyrics were raunchy, in-your-face, unapologetic and downright hardcore. And she seemed to give no fucks about what critics were saying. Kim propelled a new era not only for female MC’s, but for the whole hip hop and rap game altogether by not shying away from censorship or living up to male standards as to how women, especially black female artists, should conduct themselves within a patriarchal music business.
But something dark happened.
Over the years, people have noticed that Kim’s facial appearance was changing. She looked less and less like she did since her first videos came out. Not to sound funny – because it isn’t – but Kim started look more cartoonish and less human. Some people joked about it while others expressed disbelief.
Recently, a set of pictures of a woman’s face have been trending on social media. The lady appeared white at first glance. When I saw them, I didn’t know who it was. The captioned at the top read that it was Lil Kim. I didn’t believe it. I thought it was some internet joke. It looked nothing like her.
I came to find out that it was her! That white-looking woman is the Queen Bee herself!
Yes. Something happened. Something we already know. And the proof is as plain as the nose on her reconstructed face.
Like Zeba Blay said in her article, Racism, Colorism, Sexism, Misogyny, Abuse…
Kim expressed her self-esteem issues and dealing with men who treated her poorly as seen in an article in Newsweek by Allison Samuels:
Even before her parents divorced, when she was 8, she suffered her father’s disapproval. “It was like I could do nothing right,” she says. “Everything about me was wrong–my hair, my clothes, just me…All my life, men have told me I wasn’t pretty enough–even the men I was dating. And I’d be like, ‘Well, why are you with me, then?’ ” She winces. “It’s always been men putting me down just like my dad. To this day when someone says I’m cute, I can’t see it. I don’t see it no matter what anybody says…
I have low self-esteem and I always have,” she says. “Guys always cheated on me with women who were European-looking. You know, the long-hair type. Really beautiful women that left me thinking, ‘How I can I compete with that?’ Being a regular black girl wasn’t good enough.” And the implants? “That surgery was the most pain I’ve ever been in in my life,” says Kim. “But people made such a big deal about it. White women get them every day. It was to make me look the way I wanted to look. It’s my body.”
It’s never our place as men to tell women what to do with their bodies. That’s why I will not stand on a soapbox and lecture readers on what Kim should’ve done or not done with her body. Why? Because that’s what happened to her. That is part of the problem.
Throughout history, society produced this standard of beauty, power and acceptability that’s almost exclusively Eurocentric with white skin being the main – if not only – trait. It’s everywhere! Even God is seen as white by damn near everyone, including people of color!
Though disappointing as it is, it’s no surprise that there are people of color who despise their own people or themselves due to the opposite side of the same propaganda machine. While whiteness is seen as superior, beautiful and normal, blackness is seen as inferior, ugly and abnormal.
Black folks have to deal with this all day, everyday for the rest of their lives. We adapt by accepting it or fighting it. Either way, it’s almost pure hell living in a white man’s heaven.
We shouldn’t berate Lil’ Kim for changing her looks. She’s a human being that’s mirroring society’s unyielding disrespect and abuse of people of color, especially black women.
A video found on Buzzfeed’s website has a lot of black folks shaking their heads. The video was about black people asking questions about why black people do certain things. Fellow blogger Abagond has the complete list of questions. There are 27 in all. And all of them were drenched in stereotypical thinking as if they are things all blacks do. None of the questions have any substance or ask for any critical view.
I haven’t seen the video, nor do I plan on watching it. So, this I won’t be critiquing it. The news site has apologized for the video. But the damage was done. Or I should say, the damage continues yet again.
Black people are pissed. Black people are angry. But one thing black people can’t or shouldn’t be is surprised. The video is just another addition in a long, continuous tradition of using black stereotypes to entertain or inform the general audience. Most of the time, there are white people behind the scenes who think such ideas are good enough to be produced and that the people who approve are mostly white themselves. And I use the words ‘most’ and ‘mostly’, because there are black folks who would jump on such ideas without a shadow of a thought.
Even though it’s expected or suspected that the people behind such forms of media are white, a painful fact remains that there are black people who gladly participate in shaming black people. Brothas and sistas who appear on trash talk shows, reality TV shows and internet videos such as the one released by Buzzfeed made a choice to grab their 15 minutes of fame by giving the black community a lifetime of shame.
What’s even more fucked up is that there are black folks who only consume such garbage. Their steady diet consists of programs like any reality TV program on Bravo and VH1 featuring black people, The First 48, Maury and World Star Hip Hop videos of black people fighting each other.
Selling out is a human trait, but with black people, it’s a special case. We were forced into accepting the lies about our inferiority. We were literally beaten into submitting to white power while accepting their prejudices in order to survive. To this day, some brothas and sistas do not have the heart, awareness or pride to reject racism’s machinations against them. As such, more programming showcasing black stereotypes will keep coming.
Sometimes, black people don’t have to willingly participate in order to make fools out of themselves. Somewhere in America, a black person did something wrong. It will be reported and/or recorded for the public to see. In this society, if a black person fucks up, it must be told and told as often as possible.
Don’t expect much of the white-owned media to display a positive balance to their negative projects when it comes to the black community. If it does, it will most likely be concerned with black people on the field, on the court or behind the mic. But don’t expect too much of that though.
Buzzfeed was, up until now, seen as the exception, but it failed miserably with their video. Even though the fire has subsided a little, somewhere in the media landscape, someone will approve something else that will humiliate black folks. And it will gain some considerable undeserved attention.
I was in a twitter war with some white dude who complained that an article written by brilliant author Ta-Nehisi Coates. The article argues that black people aren’t ignoring ‘black-on-black crime’ as the popular notion goes, but have – and still are – working ways to fix the problem and that it’s part of the larger problem of white supremacy. But this fool believed that Coates was “blaming whitey” for the problem.
Long story short, this turned into a lengthy back-and-forth with someone who preferred to stick to his guns. I moved on as it was like being on a merry-go-round and I started getting dizzy as hell. Basically, he was just being an asshole suffering from diarrhea of the mouth.
Nothing I will rant about is new. More skilled writers have addressed the criticism towards the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and all things wrong with them. So, what I’m doing is just more of the same.
The BLM movement has always been heavily criticized, and the number one disparagement has always been that the movement, or the black community in general, should be focused on ‘black-on-black crime’, a term that I hate with a passion. The argument follows that black people are killing other black people at rates higher than police-related murders. The latter is seen as rare compared to the former. Thus, black folks snuffing each other out is way more important than some police-involved death. And those murdered by cops, in some way or another, had it coming.
The latest condemnation came from former Baltimore Ravens’ linebacker Ray Lewis who parroted the same ole’ argument in a recent video. But this is coming from a Negro who was a part of the problem in the first damn place!
I noticed that it appears that most people think that black folks suffer from selective outrage. That’s insulting enough. What I also see is that apparently we can’t tackle more than one issue we face. Black people, in general, have – and are – taking on crime and police murders as well as other matters. Then again, police killing black people isn’t much an issue to some people. Instead, intraracial crime is ‘deduced’, and I use that term loosely, as part of a larger problem with black folks that self-appointed, mostly do-nothing critics felt as their duty to address.
The million-dollar question is always about what the fuck is wrong with black people. And the winning answer is always related to ‘black culture’, a coded couple of words used in a frail way to avoid sounding racist. To list factors that point to an institutional set of barriers, restraints and castigations based on a skin color caste system is to invite the argument that you’re “blaming whitey”.
And frankly, I’m tired of explaining why that’s false to unapologetic simpletons.
I don’t give a fuck if I’m accused of blaming white people. (That’s not even what’s happening.) Why should I, or anyone, care about those who have a beef with three words put together? The bitterness towards the words ‘black lives matter’ and the flagrant ignorance towards actual facts that prove that black folks give a damn about intraracial crime only shows how much black lives don’t matter in this society. And what we do or don’t do according to these bastards is not motivated to please or seek approval from douche bags who are proud of being douche bags.
BLM and movements against intraracial crime is done out of love and respect for black lives. Those who have problems with that can go straight to hell wearing gasoline underwear.
‘Resume Check‘ is a term that writer and author Touré coins with that he says is a tendency for people with social privileges, usually white and/or male, to question people of color and women who enter a certain space where most or all of the people are of a certain race or gender or have acknowledged a particular like that is usually seen as something only certain races and genders like. Touré discusses a particular moment where a staff member of a magazine who is a black woman was questioned by a white male writer:
…At a recent conference in Boston, the white writer Gay Talese asked the Black New York Times Magazine staffer Nikole Hannah-Jones if she was truly a New York Times Magazine staffer and who over there hired her and why.
You would think that with all of these questions Talese must work for the Times. He does not. Despite that, he was determined to perform what I call the resume check. That’s when a white man asks you to prove you belong. There’s a difference between being curious about a person’s journey and all but telling that person that you don’t understand how someone who looks like them could have gotten that job. Hannah-Jones is clear that Talese wanted her to prove herself to him. “I felt defensive,” she told a writer from Rewire. “I feel like I’ve been explaining why I’m in a room where apparently people think I’m not supposed to be most of my life, so I know when someone is asking me that question.”
Even though Talese didn’t work for the Times, he felt authoritative enough to question why a black woman was present at a conference. White males have the privilege of being viewed as competent, qualified and worthy of authority in almost any given setting.
Reading this, I’m reminded of the affirmative action arguments racists make when they are threatened by black people in high positions. They believe that blacks only ‘made it’ because they are benefiting from skin color due to an unfair policy against whites, never because they actually worked hard. Then again, most racists don’t believe that black folks work hard anyway.
So, a black person in an executive position, like say…the Office of President of the United States, inherently doesn’t belong there. Que the endless stream of bullshit racist excuses.
I also think back to reading about women attending gatherings like Comic Con. There’s a stereotype by many male sci-fi and comic book fans that women are not into either. Even male comic book writers and artists believe this. But that’s not too surprising when you see how female superheroes are portrayed.
That’s why a lot of the female characters in fantasy media are sexualized in some way. But I digress.
Women who attend these conventions wearing the costume of their favorite character are sometimes interrogated by fan boys as to who the character is. They would quiz them on the back-story of that character not to out of fun – not for the female cosplayer at least – or for small talk, but to see if she ‘belongs’ at the convention and have a right to wear her costume.
There are few spaces where people of color and women can go without being questioned as to why they exist in a particular area or feel threatened in general. The adversity they face is that their presence is suspect even if they haven’t done anything wrong. But to privileged groups, the fault lies in those people for making whites and/or males cynical just by being there due to racial and gender biases this world has yet to confront.
Reality_check made a comment in one of fellow blogger Lavern Merriweather’s articles. Here’s what he wrote:
I’m just wondering– aren’t you tired of wasting all this energy complaining, bemoaning and venting about white people? Seriously. All your efforts are in vain because THEY ARE NOT GOING TO CHANGE. So I fail to see where all this discussion is heading. What’s the end game here? I’m serious with this question.
Blacks will do better to channel this energy and passion into organizing, and strategizing to either improve our lives, fight back OR dismantle white supremacy. Now THAT’s worth the effort.
Don’t misread what I”m saying here. I detest them as much as any other conscious black person, BUT it’s a distraction for us to constantly focus our energies on THEIR actions instead of our own. What about OUR actions? What can we do?
At the end of the day complaining and venting about them is not going to improve OUR situation in the least. So what’s the point?
Before I continue, I want the readers to know that I’m not putting reality_check on blast. He has raised some good points and asked some good questions. However, I’m not sure if it was specifically addressed to Lavern, which has responded, or if it was directed towards this blog in general. So later on, I’ll explain why Brotha Wolf was created.
Again, reality_check raised a good point. There are white people who won’t change because we want them to. Many of them are too far gone in their racism and privilege to ever wake up. As I’ve witnessed in the past and present, there are white individuals that are stuck in their racism and proud as hell of it. And no amount of heart or logic can change them. To be blunt, they would rather be assholes.
Speaking for myself, the thing is that I don’t go to those kinds of people. They always find some way to come to me by choice and either unload their racist, white supremacist crap or whitesplain the way the world is. If you recall, a while back, I had a back-and-forth with blogger xPraetori, a pseudonym for a group of conservative bloggers, or so he/she says. (I’ll just refer to “them” as “he”.) After getting tired of his constant right-wing douchebaggery and subtle racism stuck on repeat, I ultimately banned him.
This blog was never established to coddle white people for being white, to make them feel comfortable and happy for being white or for them to feel superior just because they’re white. This doesn’t mean that white people are forbidden from reading and commenting here. It just means that we’re not here to kiss white ass. And if they won’t get the message, they’re gone.
I also agree that black people need to focus their energy into building themselves up. But the thing is, they are. Black people have done more than just vent and complained about whiteness. We’ve done everything under the sun to improve our situation. We’ve fought and are still fighting back. And we are doing what we can to tear white supremacy apart. From the Civil Rights Movement to Black Lives Matter, (to name a couple) we got off our collective asses and made moves toward life, liberty and happiness.
But, here’s the reality of it all. None of that stopped racism from thriving.
In each aforementioned movement, there were people out to stop it by any means. White supremacy saw to it to disrupt and dismantle it to maintain its power. They’ve destroyed Black Wall Street. They tried to take apart the Civil Rights Movement, and in many ways, they have. And now, they’re trying to demonize and undermine Black Lives Matter.
When we’re not trying to integrate into a racist society, we tried to uplift ourselves and take care of our own. But again, white racism wasn’t about to let that happen. Black Wall Street – destroyed. Martin Luther King – assassinated. Black Panther Party – dismantled. These are just a few examples, but the point is that black people have been, and are, strengthening themselves, but in this society, there will be those who will bring them down.
It’s like the respectability politics fallacy. You could be black and be a CEO of a company, and it still won’t keep racist fools from calling you a ‘nigger’, nor does it guarantee that you will be safe from the potentially violent forces of white supremacy such as getting arrested, harassed, brutalized or shot by police.
At the end of the day, white people have to decide to make a change since they’re at the top of the racial hierarchy in this nation and some of them have taken the responsibility. We can only do so much. It’s up to them to want to reform this society – and themselves.
So why was Brotha Wolf founded?
Reality_check, you said, “…It’s a distraction for us to constantly focus our energies on THEIR actions instead of our own.” I respectfully and partially disagree by saying that focusing on their actions is what needs to happen, because since the racial power structure is largely tipped in their favor, whatever they do can and will have an effect on black people. That’s why Black Lives Matter was started, black people were tired of being murdered by (mostly) white male police left and right where many of those officers walked free. That’s why we’re focusing our attention and energies on what’s happening with the water crisis in Flint under the governance of a white male governor who’s still in power.
Many black-owned and operated websites were created for spaces for black people to converge and have a domain away from a white racist dominated environment that always tells them their lives are worthless. They were created by black people for black people. And that’s why I created Brotha Wolf.
Brotha Wolf is a tiny corner on the internet where part of its purpose is for people who are tired of white racism to come and express their thoughts. It’s sort of a “safe house” where they can get a break from whiteness constantly in their faces on a daily basis.
Lavern and I welcome them by essentially telling visitors that we know the truth. We know this is a racist society. You can come here to voice your thoughts or vent your frustrations the same way we’re doing with our articles. We understand that it’s hard out there. And we don’t think you’re crazy or that whatever happened to you is insignificant in any way.
I hope that explains it. And reality_check, if you have any suggestions on how to improve our situation, by all means, let us know.
UPDATE: I just want to add that we have a black President that has worked hard to get to that position. But look how many white people feel about him and wanted to assassinate him. He’s our President, but they still call him a ‘nigger’. Think about it.
By Lavern Merriweather:
Obviously, white folks love to rehash and whine about old news when it comes to the scandals of African-Americans.
All due respect to Brotha, but I have an issue with two links he posted on his website. One is by Kevin O’Keefe who is a writer for Mic and the other is from Steven Foster who is a writer for Addicting Info. Both of those websites pretend to be liberal but commit behavior that proves anything but. Then again, white folks who call themselves liberal and claim to be so down with Negroes are about as reliable as a Klan member. For the longest of times, white people who profess to be on our side have about as much empathy for us as a dead raccoon on the roadway.
O’Keefe – yet again – brought up the tiresome saga of R. Kelly. I can only imagine it’s to distract everyone from the MANY revelations of famous white perverts coming out. Dennis Hastert, Josh Duggar, Jerry Sandusky, Lena Dunham, Jared Fogel, Stephen Collins are just some of the names of white people with a higher paycheck that have been discovered to be pedophiles. Hell, Duggar diddled some of his sisters. Yet that isn’t nearly enough to make a self-righteous racist asswipe like O’Keefe sit up and take notice. Neither, apparently, is the confession by one time beloved TV dad Stephen Collins that he enjoyed – on a number of occasions – the sexual company of 13 year-old girls and that his first victim was only 10 years old. Let that shit sink into your head for a minute! This fucker admitted he is a pervert of the highest order. Still, that’s not a valid reason for the same pious white males forever roasting R. Kelly’s nuts on the fire to attack him.
Adding insult to injury is the fact that re-runs of Collins’ show ‘7th Heaven’ continue to air on the UP network. The Cosby Show was pulled immediately. Yet, this ‘bleep-bleep’ is allowed to keep showing his sleazy face?
I emailed O’Keefe the names of the scumbags that I mentioned previously as well as the late Paul Walker. In typical white male denial fashion, he was silent. On top of that, he has no explanation for why he neglected to write any holier-than commentaries condemning white celebrities. He had no qualms dragging R. Kelly out of the doldrums like grandma’s five decades-old dress that’s been sitting in a dusty trunk. Could it be that O’Keefe was hoping to divert attention away from the white folks by blathering about Kelly? It sure as shit comes off that way to me.
White males in the media, regardless of which side they allege to be on, are always out for their own best interests. Not long ago I wrote a very sweet and pleasant email to a local obnoxious shock jock asking why if the media was so damn concerned about the welfare of little boys is it they never attacked NAMBLA. For those who don’t know what NAMBLA is, they are a group of creepy degenerates who proclaim that sex between men and under aged boys is completely natural and normal. Count me as one of those hoodwinked Negroes so busy focusing on the person deemed a pariah by white people that I didn’t bother to realize how slick they attempt to be. Not once has anyone in the media uttered a peep about the Catholic Church, despite the years of abuse towards children. Now, it would seem that a group so dogged and determined to protect minors would have no shortage of outrage against the very people doing just that. However that doesn’t happen, which is precisely why O’Keefe failed to be in as big a hurry as he was to demonize Kelly from a story that has long since passed.
And for those who say that they don’t care how long ago it was, that doesn’t make Kelly any less guilty, Okay. Then that doesn’t make Jimmy Page any less guilty of holding a girl hostage in his house for three fucking years. See I can harp on prior history too. The only difference is that I won’t be attacking certain people as a cheap racist tactic.
This brings me to another prick, the aforementioned Foster who appeared giddy with excitement at the idea that Anita Hill might be picked for the newly opened Supreme Court seat. A petition was started to nominate Ms. Hill, I guess as a pathetic opportunity to force accused sexual harasser Clarence Thomas to sweat bullets. The people salivating at digging up old dirt with Thomas and Hill aren’t doing this for either her benefit or as a crusade for women at risk of being harassed by their boss. Like I said before, white people speaking out on behalf of Negroes while ignoring their own thorns on the rosebush aren’t doing it out of the goodness of their hearts. They want to point fingers to feel better about themselves and their wickedness.
I have yet to see so much press put to print about the allegations against two time (more like two timing) former President Bill Clinton. Clinton, like Thomas, was also accused of harassing a worker by the name of Paula Jones. Mrs. Jones was a hotel employee who stated that Clinton propositioned her for sex when he was governor of Arkansas by dropping his pants in front of her then asking for sexual favors. Granted, I understand that the left were more reluctant to believe their hero could possibly be guilty of such a thing, especially when many thought that it was a ploy by the right to get payback for how Thomas was treated. I don’t know if that’s true or not. However, that still doesn’t eliminate the fact that white folks who lean liberal simply refused to imagine that he could possibly be capable of something so heinous. To which I say that is their damn problem! They are the very ones who love to open a can of worms on black folks then try and shove them back inside once a white male is the target. Plus, Clinton had a woman named Kathleen Willey claim that he groped her on the day of her husband’s funeral. Clinton was also accused of rape by a previous campaign worker named Juanita Broderick. Still, the upstanding judgmental left isn’t hurrying to regurgitate the statements about their boy Billy.
Not to be outdone in the bullshit department, the FX network is doing a ridiculous, unnecessary and pointless mini-series on the OJ Simpson trial culminating with Fake Noise’s only ugly female anchor Greta Van Susteren calling herself doing an “investigation”. Investigation into what bitch? Those mothers have been harping on him and that case for the past 21 years. So what the fuck more is there to look into, stupid heffa!
While I get that many on the left and right are still feeling extremely butthurt because they didn’t get what they wanted, I honestly don’t give two shits about how they feel. They are sure as fuck ain’t fixated on what happened to Trayvon Martin, Amadou Diallo, Mike Brown, Eric Garner, Rekia Boyd, Sandra Bland, Freddie Gray, Lacquan McDonald, etc. In addition, let’s never forget the years of lynchings/barbecues/family picnics where it was perfectly acceptable to take many black lives in public and in broad daylight, often with law enforcement, governors, mayors and top town officials looking on eagerly while nodding in utter approval.
Then there is the matter of white males like Robert Blake, Robert Chambers, Phil Spector, Claus Von Bulow and Joraan Vander Sloot. The level of outrage has been so non-existent as to qualify for ghost status on the SciFi show where they are routinely hunted.
Folks, this is nothing more than white people, particularly white males, looking for whatever available outlet they can to redirect criticism that they rightfully deserve. Remember, any time white males go on their little vilify the black man cause, it’s not a crusade. It’s a charade.
From BBC News:
Singer David Bowie, one of the most influential musicians of his era, has died of cancer at the age of 69.
A statement was issued on his social media accounts, saying he “died peacefully, surrounded by his family” after an “18-month battle with cancer”.
Tributes have been paid from around the world to the “extraordinary artist” whose last album was released days ago.
Sir Paul McCartney described him as a “great star” who “played a very strong part in British musical history”.
Bowie’s son Duncan Jones, who is a Bafta-winning film director, wrote on Twitter: “Very sorry and sad to say it’s true. I’ll be offline for a while. Love to all.”
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