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Who In Your Opinion Is/Was The Biggest 🤬 In The History Of America?

rip.dilla
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edited March 2012 in R & R (Religion and Race)
In politics, sports, entertainment, academia and public life ... ???

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  • waterproof
    waterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionMembers Posts: 9,412 ✭✭✭✭✭
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    YES'UM LARRY ELDER

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    UNCLE CLARENCE THOMAS
  • StoneColdMikey
    StoneColdMikey mikeyismod CHITOWN THE BEST TOWNMembers, Moderators Posts: 33,543 Regulator
    clarence thomas the supreme judge? or you guys talkin about someone else?
  • janklow
    janklow god's lonely man. Members, Moderators Posts: 8,613 Regulator
    of course, this also raises the question of why it's appropriate for white guys to call Clarence Thomas a lawn jockey on the cover of a magazine...
  • StoneColdMikey
    StoneColdMikey mikeyismod CHITOWN THE BEST TOWNMembers, Moderators Posts: 33,543 Regulator
    What is the things he has done to be called a 🤬 ? Remember i'm only 17.
  • waterproof
    waterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionMembers Posts: 9,412 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2012
    janklow wrote: »
    of course, this also raises the question of why it's appropriate for white guys to call Clarence Thomas a lawn jockey on the cover of a magazine...

    SMH what white guys, Emerge was a black magazine that taliored to the rich black folks and the upper middle class blackfolks but they wasn't on no bougie 🤬 , they tackled issues that effected the black community from health care, police brutality, supreme court, affrimative action, blacks on wall street and reperations for slavery and all types of issues the magazine won 40 awards in 10 years of being in print. And Uncle Clarence Thomas was'nt the only one got it from the Reverend "I set up MLK Jackson" and The Honorable Louis Farakhan FELT their wrath.

    They had Uncle Clarence Thomas as a black jockey, because white folks had black jockeys as racist caricatures on their front lawns in the south and across america and it was their prize and they showed it off it used to be slave boys but then they dressed them up as jockeys, and that's what Uncle Clarence Thomas was for show their boy, their prize.

  • rip.dilla
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    For me I'll go with the late Michael Jackson
  • janklow
    janklow god's lonely man. Members, Moderators Posts: 8,613 Regulator
    waterproof wrote: »
    SMH what white guys, Emerge was a black magazine that taliored to the rich black folks and the upper middle class blackfolks but they wasn't on no bougie 🤬 -
    you know, you're right. i'm mistakenly equating Emerge doing it with white guys doing similar stuff elsewhere.
  • rip.dilla
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    ... that Michael Jackson had joined Black people[/i][/b], to fight against it over the past 10 years..lol

    Well ... I know he woulda looked hella scary and a weirdo fighting racism

    Ever watch his anniversary show back in '01 where he had to perform alongside his brothers belting out their old hits? There's this WHITE looking guy in the midst of four BLACK men

    Scary ...
  • rip.dilla
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    he looked just like a real niggu who had found his Way, back home

    You're a funny guy
  • waterproof
    waterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionMembers Posts: 9,412 ✭✭✭✭✭
    THE 🤬 OF THE UNIVERSE YES'UM LARRY ELDER ass is at it again

    Larry Elder: Trayvon Martin Case Is A ‘Civil Matter,’ Not A Criminal One

    Radio host Larry Elder stopped by Good Day LA on Tuesday, where he offered his perspective on the case surrounding Trayvon Martin and his alleged shooter, George Zimmerman.

    Much opinion media coverage of Martin’s death has expressed a sense of frustration over the injustice of the situation, with MSNBC’s Lawrence O’Donnell and his panel last night, for instance, emphasizing the fact that Martin had been unarmed while Zimmerman had been in possession of a gun. Speculation as to whether racism may have played a role has also shaped coverage of Martin’s death, as has confusion and frustration over Florida’s “Stand Your Ground” law.

    RELATED: Lawrence O’Donnell Panel Condemns The Injustice In The Trayvon Martin Case

    Elder, however, offered perspective that shifted from the common narrative surrounding the teen’s death. This morning, Good Day LA shared a poll showing that 89 percent of the show’s viewers agreed that the Justice Department should look into the Trayvon Martin case. “There’s a big outcry,” Elder observed, “and I think, for PR purposes, we have to look as if we’re concerned about whether or not this 17-year-old was killed.”

    Host Jillian Reynolds took exception at his phrasing. “I hate the way you say ‘for PR purposes,’” she told him. “Come on, a child — maybe not a child, but a teenager was killed.”

    “Well, why are we sure that the authorities in Florida are not investigating?” he asked. “Why are we sure that they’re not on top of it?” They are black law enforcement authorities and officials, he added, that are very concerned about this case. “The idea that Al Sharpton or the Congressional Black Caucus needs to yell and scream for the law enforcement authorities to do their job, I find offensive.”

    Elder described Zimmerman as a “neighborhood watch captain concerned about crime” (some outlets, like ABC.com, are now emphasizing that Zimmerman’s post had been “self-appointed”), characterizing his much-analyzed comment to a 911 dispatcher that “they always get away” as testament to his frustration concerning crime.

    “Let’s make the case the other way, Larry,” host Steve Edwards interjected, “First of all, you often talk about the ‘race card’ being played too often. Sometimes it’s not a card, sometimes it’s a racial situation — even you would acknowledge that. Here in this situation you have a guy — Zimmerman — 28 years old, he’s a member of the volunteer watch, it’s a neighborhood watch that’s not official with the other neighborhood watches. He’s obviously, it seems to me, to be a guy who loves to be on the prowl, looking for trouble…”

    “-Or,” said Elder, “he’s a guy who’s trying to make sure that crime goes down in his neighborhood.”

    The takeaway for Elder, as he shared, was that — while it was unequivocally a “bad shooting” – this is ultimately a civil matter, not a criminal one.
  • rip.dilla
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    SMMFH at a Black Man actually airing out those comments on radio about one of his 'own'

    SMH
  • waterproof
    waterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionMembers Posts: 9,412 ✭✭✭✭✭
    waterproof...

    he's still not as bad as Uncle Thomas, because Elder only has a self-hating opinion and a self-loathing agenda.....whereas Uncle Thomas actually uses his self-hatred to make laws which directly hurt Black citizens. Huge difference.

    No it's not as bad a Uncle Clearence Thomas passing and ruling on laws that hurts black citizens but YES'UM LARRY ELDER continuing feedin posion to the minds of the people to continue back their racist views on US, and turning african americans against each other
  • waterproof
    waterproof Conqueror of Self On The Road to ZionMembers Posts: 9,412 ✭✭✭✭✭
    edited March 2012
    @ripdilla if you don't mind can this be a COONIN thread, that showcase all the 🤬 with the names and the 🤬 actions of these 🤬 .

    HERE'S ANOTHER 🤬 by the name of "🤬 'S BOY" JESSE LEE PETERSON another right wing conservative self hating black man who is another radio host AND a preacher.


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    here's some outlandish 🤬 🤬 that he said

    As we have noted several times in the past, Jesse Lee Peterson of the Brotherhood Organization of a New Destiny (BOND) has carved out a very unique niche as a black right-wing activist who specializes in accusing Democrats, and especially black Democrats, of being racist while defending white people who are accused of racism.

    Earlier this year, Peterson made news when he declared that he would like "to take all black people back to the South and put them on the plantation so they would understand the ethic of working." So it comes as no surprise that Peterson has now decided to weigh in on the Trayvon Martin tragedy by declaring that the outrage over his death is not about justice but rather "about getting even with whites and gaining political power":


    "It's hypocritical for so-called black 'leaders' to call for the prosecution of George Zimmerman and accuse the police of racism without knowing the facts. Black-on-black crime takes place every day. And blacks 🤬 whites in far greater numbers than whites 🤬 blacks. Yet, we only see these leaders and their hypnotized black followers worked up when a black is victimized by another race. This is racist and evil.

    "Where were the NAACP, Al Sharpton, the Black Caucus and black ministers when black flash mobs were terrorizing the city of Philadelphia and attacking whites and others? It was so bad that Mayor Michael 🤬 threatened to jail parents if they were not willing to get their thug children under control. In Kansas City, a 13-year-old white kid was attacked by two black teens who poured gasoline on him and set him on fire saying, 'you get what you deserve, white boy.' If these leaders were sincere, they would condemn crime across the board.

    "I've said for the last 22 years that most black Americans are brainwashed. The recent actions of these black leaders and their followers are not about justice—it's about getting even with whites and gaining political power. This is black hatred of white people and a result of more than fifty years of brainwashing by racist civil-rights leaders.



    some other 🤬

    He also compared the NAACP to the Ku Klux 🤬 , as you can hear in the video above:


    PETERSON: The NAACP is no different than the KKK in that the KKK harmed black Americans by their physical bodies, but the NAACP steals their hearts and minds and souls. And they 🤬 black Americans by making black Americans or causing black Americans to hate their country, to hate what's right, to depend on the government rather than depending on themselves.

    This largely in line with what Peterson told a writer for the Grio:


    "That's' the problem I have with the NAACP," said Peterson in an exclusive interview with theGrio. "Their a political 🤬 of the liberal-elite, white, racist Democratic Party and not really for the people."

    He hopes black Americans (he views the term "African-American" as a "dumb" title and unpatriotic), stop supporting the NAACP financially and with their manpower. For decades, Peterson argues, the organization has supported left-wing policies, which have created dependency on government and destroyed black families and hurt race relations. Peterson also said the NAACP is not needed and until black people stop hating "the white man", they won't be free
    .