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  • Are Black Americans Stupid?

    I have been out of America for years, now. I can honestly say that when you leave American society, your mind and emotions began to heal. Your actions and thoughts begin to correct themselves. When you don’t watch the bs on TV, eat fast food, or listen to brain dead music on the radio, slowly, your “negro” programming wears off. Your taste buds change. Even the smell of your skin.

    I met a rasta a few years ago at a bar. We sat for a while, had a few drinks, and in the middle of the conversation, he told me that I had the mind of a white man.

    What the hell!?

    I’m the most militant, pro-black person I know. How could he say that? I was offended. Years later, I understand what he meant. Before I get into that, let’s talk about MOST black people in America.

    Niggas love being niggas, So much so, that they strive to be REAL niggas. They take pride in saying,”I am a real nigga”. Really? That was your goal in life? To be a real nigga?

    Well, it was mine. In fact it, I took pride in knowing my friends considered me a real nigga. Ok, before some “real niggas” go into an explanation of what they think the term means for them in 2014, think about what you are saying.

    You are calling yourself a nigga. You are proud of it, and making excuses for doing so. Also, before some other smart nigga tells me it means Negus, please. Stop. I know all about that, and that is not how it is used by people, today. Let’s not make excuses. There is no excuse for calling yourself a nigga. Speaking of excuses, I will explain the need for black Americans to constantly make excuses for stupidity, in a minute.

    If you have no problem with referring to yourself a nigga, then you have no problem referring to your woman as a bitch. Now, before some real bitches go into an explanation of what they think the term bitch means for them in 2014, think about what you are saying. You are classifying yourself as a bitch, a female dog, and you are proud of it. Slave masters called black women bitches, because we were bred like dogs and animals. Think about what you are calling yourself. There is no excuse for that.

    Why are black Americans proud to be referred to with derogatory terms? That’s stupid.

    I have a woman that I see from time to time that is Haitian. She works hard and lives modestly. The money she makes goes to her children and family. I doubt that the most expensive thing she wears cost more than $50. She takes care of herself and her appearance is always immaculate. Her salary is 10 times more than the average Haitian, yet her purse, shoes, and clothes look like they came from a thrift shop. But when we go out to dinner and she pulls out all the money she has in that ugly cheap ass purse, it’s beautiful.
  • Are Black Americans Stupid?

    I met this woman at a club in DC. In the club she was beautiful. A week later I invited her out to dinner. When I walked into her house, I rebuked it in the name of Jesus. It was filthy! Yet, her clothes were expensive. Think about those priorities.

    And by the way, weaves stink. Most men will not tell you that, but that shit smells horrible.

    Black men will brag about having sex with a lot of women. I used to do that. I thought it was a symbol of manhood. I was stupid. There is nothing cool about that. It is a mentally that has been carried over from the slavery days. A young black buck was praised for how many women he could impregnate for massa. We are still impregnating our women for massa.

    When you get a black woman pregnant, and leave her to raise the child alone, you are doing exactly what they want you to do. That child will grow up to feed the private prison system, the pharmaceutical companies by issuing him drugs to control his behavior, or he will join the army, and fight and die in wars that have nothing to do with him or his liberation.

  • 50 Cent Says French Montana Is The "New Ja Rule"

    50 Cent says he'll put an end to French Montana's career. He says, "I'll put him completely out of business."

    With a feud brewing between 50 Cent and French Montana, Fif was asked to clarify where their quarrels began. 50 recently spoke to Mister Peter Parker about this, declaring that French Montana is the "new Ja Rule."

    "He ran his mouth prematurely," Fif said. "He’s really not ready to compete on any level with me. When I drop a record and it becomes the number one selling record in 12 hours, after you saying that? I think you should be quiet a little bit. I’ll put him completely out of business. Off the block. Out the corner."

    As he continued, 50 shared that he feels Montana is the "new Ja Rule," a rapper he had a feud with earlier in his career. Their dispute was seen by many as having a negative impact on Rule's career while helping 50 Cent's rise.

    "[Montana] had one song and you didn’t even care about it ’cause it had him on it. There was four other people on it," Fif added. "That’s your new Ja Rule right now."

    More from the interview can be heard below.

  • Man cancels his wedding to watch Kobe Bryants return

    A San Diego couple were set to exchange wedding vows this Sunday after months of preparation until it was abruptly canceled, and they have Kobe Bryant to blame.

    According to reports, 28 year old Simon Bradley, a self-described ‘obsessed’ Laker fan decided to post-pone his wedding so he can attend Kobe Bryant’s highly anticipated return to the court from a torn Achilles this Sunday at Staples Center in Los Angeles.

    The man promised his fiance’ Melissa they will set a future date, but we’re going to assume it will be after the season.

    The couple, who were set to wed at the Banquet Hall inside the Marina Village inconvenienced about 60 guests.

    Lakers host the Toronto Raptors Sunday at Staples Center, the game will be nationally televised on NBA-TV
  • I just saw something on the news that pissed me off

    The white bitch in the picture below killed my cousin 18 years ago and was sentence to jail for 32 year then i happen to
    turn to the news yesterday and seen this


    When most people think about how science has helped uncover wrongful convictions, we think about DNA. But now, increasing numbers of defendants are using science to challenge convictions that were based on shaken baby syndrome; defendants like Pam Jacobazzi.

    14 years ago, Pam Jacobazzi of Bartlett was convicted of killing a 10-month-old baby, in a case of shaken baby syndrome. Jacobazzi still insists--as she did then--that she's innocent.

    "I'm a caring and loving person. I don't hurt people," Jacobazzi tells FOX 32's Larry Yellen in an interview. "I would never ever hurt any child. I love children."

    A jury, though, after hearing Jacobazzi's story, found her guilty. She had run a daycare center out of her home; caring for four children. One of them was Mathew Czapski. Prosecutors proved the infant suffered massive brain trauma while in Jacobazzi's care; injuries that came from being violently shaken.

    Jacobazzi was sentenced to 32 years in prison. She's due to be released in May of 2015, having served half of the sentence.

    "The hardest part is being away from your family and your loved ones," she says. "I think that's the hardest part."

    Tell that, however, to Matthew's parents, who declined to be interviewed for this story, but at sentencing told the judge, "All of our dreams are gone. We will never know what could have been. The sky would have been the limit for our baby boy."

    Jacobazzi says she understands, but she wasn't the killer.

    "I understand what a loss it was. However, I am innocent and I did not harm Matthew," alleges Jacobazzi. "I loved Matthew like one of my children."

    Jacobazzi is now asking for a pardon or commuted sentence from Governor Pat Quinn. Her clemency petition contends that in recent years, nationwide, Shaken baby syndrome has been questioned as a possible killer and that Matthew had previous medical conditions which could have explained his death.

    Attorney Anthony Sasson is handling her petition for clemency.

    "You have a wrongful conviction based solely on a medical theory, a scientific theory that no longer is recognized by science," says Sasson.

    Jacobazzi's attorneys claim that in the so-called triad of injuries apparent in traditional shaken baby cases a thin layering of blood over the brain, combined with swelling of the brain and retinal hemorrhaging, cannot be produced by a violent shaking. There also must be some impact--like a child being thrown to the floor, or punched.

    DePaul Law Professor Deborah Tuerkheimer has just finished writing a book, in which she argues that the shaken baby analysis is flawed. She says there are too many other potential causes of for that triad of medical symptoms.

    "Now, it is generally conceded that there are other possibilities, that other causes of the triad exist," Dr. Tuerkheimer explains. "And, some of those are natural causes, some of those might involve an impact, or some kind of an accident, but doctors generally believe that this triad is far more ambiguous that it was once thought to be."

    Some doctors, though, like Pediatric Neurologist John Ruge--who treats dozens of children's head injuries every year--say findings of shaken baby syndrome are legitimate.

    "It's still the most common cause of head injury and death in infants," says Dr. Ruge of Advocate Children's Hospital."

    Doctor Ruge says limiting convictions to cases where impact injuries can be proven would miss numerous cases of abuse. He says he's seen cases where surveillance cameras caught babies being shaken or worse, but only the internal injuries to the brain were evident.

    "These babies would be slammed or thrown across the room, or thrown down hard," Ruge adds. "They would have absolutely no evidence of external injury, but be devastated by the injury."

    DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin declined to be interviewed regarding the Jacobazzi case, but in a statement said: "The jury found, and it was proven, that the baby died of shaken baby syndrome. My office stands by the conviction and the jury's finding of guilt."

    DuPage County State's Attorney Robert Berlin declined to be interviewed about the Jacobazzi case, but provided a statement saying in part: "The jury found, and it was proven, that the baby died of shaken baby syndrome. My office stands by the conviction and the jury's finding of guilt."

    Read more: http://www.myfoxchicago.com/story/24065530/jailhouse-interview-convicted-baby-killer-fights-to-clear-her-name?autoStart=true&topVideoCatNo=default&clipId=9570775#.UpQc-1B5Noc.facebook#ixzz2lnC1vTxC

    by the way he had no" previous medical conditions" like she claimed, but any way since i seen that this song been going through my mind