I don't like melanoid people but this is one of your best shows yet. Fucking fire! King Geedorah on the mic!!
Hey No Longer Guilty Dude,
We don't care WHAT non-melanoid people do, like or think. Just leave us the HELL ALONE!
That "No Longer Guilty" white supremacist is making some sense though. I work at the U.S. Patent office. Do you know how tempted I am to just tell my friends and family about the failed ideas that get submitted every week?
I think coworkers feel the same way. They might have a rich cousin who can see the flaws in these ideas and make them better. It's almost like insider trading. I couldn't tell you if billions of dollars have been made this way, but it seems tempting.
i wish tariq would go back to teaching some good relationship game.... i mean i c whats happening in the states and our ppl have to take a stand but tariq is a relationship expert so he should continue helping us fellas aswell in that field........
fight all oppression
then listen to his old podcast, what else does he need to inform you on your game ?? He has said it all, soak it up or leave. If you want personal advice, just call him up on his sunday's ustream show, he's still open to advice the fellas
Duke-temz is right what more do you want him to say? Go listen to his old podcast or hell by his books and highlight them I own 4. The book are really all you need and self confidence. The only relationship game he needs to reflect on is the do's and don't for the up coming year because the games is always changing.
That John Henry Clarke video is on YouTube. I think the title is "You have no allies". He breaks it down cleanly. That lecture changed my life and how I deal with non-blacks. I never get comfortable with them.
Some white chick giving you good sex means jack because there is no change of power. I know white women who have no problem hugging up on me, etc. But they always side with the police when the victim is black in the case of police brutality. I don't get blinded by the white affection.
Cheer that black athlete making millions but realize the white owner is making hundreds of millions. The white owner still is in the position of power.
Yeah, the Latino community doesn't say jack about De La Hoya's drug and cross dressing past. But they never let a black entertainer forget he got in trouble. Kurt Busch still has his endorsement deals. No white feminists are calling for his suspension.
If you notice the face of every societal pathology is black, domestic violence, sexual harassment etc. Even though numerically black people could not possibly be the dominant population with respect to those problems. It is a hustle.
Tariq mentioned Mike Tirico, and Tirico sho ain't white
With respect to black people entertaining for the cameras that is deep stuff. A while back Tariq said black people will do anything except for face the mass killer in front of them. We do almost everything else. White people are comfortable with us as entertainers. Anything else is confrontational.
I was going to link this in an entirely separate post, but I'd like to add it onto your comment. I read this "article" today in the Memphis Flyer weekly.
I will link again, in case it doesn't display properly:
Check this coon out! Remember when I said that Fox News in Memphis was on some other sh?
Holy smokes that dude at the Memphis Flyer is a moron. We need to be might suspicious of black people who work for white media companies. No one is saying Gray is a saint. Right thinking black people say the man was owed due process under the law. And he is from that Civil Rights generation. With all due respect, I hit the mute on those folk. I got relatives who are on that "what about black crime" nonsense. Two of them got tagged by the police. Another is getting hell from her white in-laws. Appeasing racists won't save us.
That dude is a reporter for Fox news on Memphis:
This is the same station Tariq talked about before:
Greg Coy seems like a coon also
They had Black Female anchors DECADES before they had black male anchors, Claudia Barr might have been the first here
The whole "what about black crime " is a way to deflect,deter, and a deny tactic all rolled into one.
White ppl commit crimes against other white ppl almost at the same rate as black on black crimes. When ppl pull that card I mentally check out or walk away. It's just a tactic to keep on marginalizing black people & ignoring concerns about how law enforcement treats our community.
Oh as a side note any of you hear about the cops in San Fransico that are under investigation for a variety of police misconduct?
I swear man these podcasts are like lifesavers, I be trying to tell my folks, yo these other races are not for us. I had an argument the other day with one of these brothers on that "12 tribe" bullshit. Tried telling me Asians and Hispanics are our brothers. My nigga I busted out in uncontrollable laughter. First off I actually live around Hispanics(Not Puerto Ricans and Domincans, they are actually worse because their African Blood is more evident, but the rest of the south America) and Asians. Asians will look at you with utter disdain and disrespect, to the point spit leaves their mouth to hit the ground. there is no Brotherly vibe going on. I'm not trying to cause friction, but I'm just telling my experience. And it hasn't been a pleasant one. I notice dudes who talk this 12 tribe everyone is our brother shit don't leave the hood.
Be trying tell some of these brothers who are so in love with pawgs, they don't really care about you it's just sex. Clown ass guys.
Enjoyed this show..I hate calling it a show because I feel it's more like news and public service announcements.
For me I think the most important point is group protection. I find myself in a sea of lost young bothers and sisters( many brainwashed in what the status qua says they are) I have to be actively always protecting my group ...being my family. Not only from main stream corporate society but also from turncoats.
My observation is that a movement for the black family must be activated. A campgain within in our community that encourages the importance of black father and discourges the mainstream society idea of what a black fathers should be and what they are doing. I don't care what anybody says but a mans role is to protect his own. I need my husband's protection not only for myself but for our children's. In turn I need to allow him to nurture our children especially young boys the way he sees fit...I provide the love and hugs as well does he but he teaches through his presence how to navigate this world ,and he protects them. My husband has more value than a paycheck although I'm thankful he cares for our family but protection is key.
When my brother was locked up my sister in law was forced to go on welfare and move in with her family. The bond with his children was severely damaged as he was their hero. Now 16 years later my brothers family is fractured and his children have been wounded by his absence. He was not able to protect them from a multiple of things.
If we could start with strengthing the black family and telling black fathers they matter and allow them to parent especially if the parents are not together..I feel will make a huge difference as far as children feeling worth and not feeling they are just out there floating along in life.
Group protection starts first within your own immediate family.
As a side thought....you are what you eat. So if you consume and absorb the lie that black men don't parent then it becomes all too easy to not parent. I would like to say that I know more brothers that parent than don't. Many are single dads as well and doing awesome!! They never get the fanfare as the black dead beat dad does. When people want to come at me with all that b.s about a lack of black fathers in the home.. I have to clairify that there is an overall lack of fathering in America as a whole just not blacks AND that I personally do not know any dead beat black fathers...once my brother was released from prison he resumed being part of children's life. Unfortunately due to his absence and their grandfather stepping in as the male role model they now choose to deal with him on a limited basis. But they know their dad loves them,he reaches out for them all the time, and he is there for them in any way they need him. His son asked him to come to an important football game and my brother got on a plane a flew half a day to go watch his son play 1 game. But mainstream society will tell the lie people like my brother don't care about their children...yes getting locked up was wrong but his ex wife has given him the space for redemption and through that it has provided him the opportunity to be another adult in their life that can protect the children from the pitfalls,and dangers in life.
I agree with most of your sentiments. However, far too often, I see very young men fathering children who really don't want that role (for whatever reason) or not ready for that role but the decision was not theirs to make. Too many of our young women get the idea in their heads that the best way to keep a man is by having his baby and that is WRONG on so many levels.
Secondly, many black men of appropriate age don't know how to be fathers b/c they either didn't have a role model in the home themselves OR those in the home did minimal parenting; their roles were restricted to being providers and disciplinarians. They knew NOTHING about "parenting," i.e., playing catch, riding bikes, little league, counseling, advice, etc. Children from these types of homes tend to leave at the first opportunity and the cycle likely continues. Some manage to stumble through successfully but most do not. A generational change will hopefully occur.
Your comments just make my point ..all you stated is exactly why an activation of encourging the strengthing of the black family.
All that you outlined could be addressed within a more stable family structure.
I fully understand you can't give what you don't have but there are ways we as a community provide constructive encouraging spaces for young bothers and all bothers to learn how to parent,parent better, or be in a space ok like minded individuals who are choosing different for their children.
As far as you ladies making poor decisions when to produce offspring. I think we have done all we can to prevent children out of wedlock. For me I feel that is a dead horse conversation. Everybody knows about birth control, everybody knows sex and a baby does not = love . I think having plans of what to do once the child here is where time and resources should be spent. That's just my opinion not saying it's correct.
Counseling, parental classes, support groups....I think could be effective.
And to your point of boys not having a say in when they father child...is valid but my feeling is when you take a roll of the dice and have sex you essentially are putting yourself in a position to create another human being. Don't want to be a father don't have sex .....many may argue that's unrealistic but I say if we set low expectations then we are consigning to the idea that people can't control themselves.
I agree with most of what you said. But the decision to at least conceive a child is always in two hands. Bringing the child to term is another matter altogether.
@R8sing A Nation
Agreed on the gist of your points.
It's an unpleasant cycle. Once the government and feminists said there was no need to choose a man who could be a good provider, the women chose a man to get pregnant by because they liked his swagger. The deadbeat dads of today had loose mothers who got pregnant by men who were known for their infidelity
@R8sing A Nation
In The Autobiography of Malcolm X, Brother Malcolm talks about the systematic degradation of his family. His father murdered. His mother committed to an insane asylum. It was cold and deliberate. The black family has always been under siege.
I do believe that black people, men and women, have to be more strategic about building and sustaining families.
Plz excuse my typos ..auto type..,
I meant to say "young" ladies not you ladies...:)
Tariq is on point, I work with other ethnic groups in the post office, military and coporate america.Their was a reason the honorable elijah muhammad didn't alot foreigners in the Nation of islam, they would rear the organization in the wrong direction. Its true the so called american negro accept everyones culture, ethnicity, handicapped and so on.Other cultures and ethnic groups as a whole do not have the same courtesy. I've travelled all over the world. Sad but true.
Does anyone know the name of the 1st track he had playing in the background. Its was the very 1st song, sounded like 70s funk.
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