Damn. Second time I couldn't download the podcast. Tried a few different browsers and computers. Anyway family, you can hear the podcast on the Tariq Live channel on YouTube.
I thought better of RZA, this kind stuff has been said about wu tang as a whole by king noble. Most of ALL of wu tang were drug dealers, street gangsters , 5% nation members in the hood. The nerve of RZA to turn his back the very community that supported him. I wonder what he would say if his son was murdered by one of these redneck pigs. CHECK THESE 1 - .https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Hr6D3zlHyw AND. >>>>> 2- ,https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l7HiAPjNDpw https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3UpjvvL_Dd4&app=desktop
Another great pod cast brother keep the good work up for the year yeah if I would have hit that lotto I would have bought a iland.man the coons have no shame.
Respect for the podcast, but I have to ask, since did being openly gay equal paedophilia? Tariq brings Sandusky into the conversation, but Sandusky was married with children. Also Clark is teaching at a private school not a refuge for underprivileged kids.
I understand the point he's trying to make and I agree with what he said about white teachers slumming, but unless there's evidence to the contrary this is a horrible insinuation to make against someone who's probably not guilty of anything more than being a condescending asshole.
Yeah, I agree Flex was on the edge with this one.You can't walk back a pedophilia accusation.
I guess the point he was making is that there IS an empirical history of white gays sexually exploiting black children who have no community protection. There were a few cases recently of white men working with African-based charities molesting black boys in Africa. And you would have to be a lost in a fog to believe that white men only started sexually exploiting black boys recently.
People who adhere to white supremacy do the evil they do for two reasons.
1. They want to do it.
2. They can do it.
The Sandusky case was a weird one. Even though for obvious reasons, they can't identify Sandusky's victims, from what I read, the programs those boys came from WERE mostly made up of black boys from low income families. As their was no father in the house, it was open season on those boys.
So while I concur that Flex was making a leap in this specific base with Ron Clark, let's keep in mind that he is not speaking from a vacuum. There is a lot of precedent for looking at white men who come around black boys suspiciously. And black people have been waiting on that white savior for hundreds of years. He ain't come yet.
I understand the precedent behind those cases. White supremacists have often assumed power over children of color and raped them. Flex is right to speak up on it.
That being said, almost all of those rapists identify as "straight" in every other way. Singling out Clark, who may not even be gay, reenforces a tired old stereotype that is rarely ever true.
There's no reason to beleive he's raping those kids any more than he's smoking meth in front of them, although the latter might explain his terrible dancing.
lmao. Yeah, that Clark does look like "he be on that THANG sometimes." I saw one clip and just kept thinking. "I know they keep those studios cold. Why is that man sweating so hard?"
To stay on topic, people can start whatever schools they want and admit whoever. And obviously, this man got access to some real money to fund this academy.
But I get the resentment that some blacks, particularly black educational professionals have toward this white guy who is getting such easy press, when so many black people do much more than he does. And the thing is that white people can always walk away from the black struggle. Black people can't. Our existence is the struggle.
I attend a lot of black events that attract white people, especially young white women. As fine as these chicks are, I am pretty indifferent when they try to volunteer or organize with us. And any point, those white people can just flip on us with no consequences.
Private dance lessons from Professor Koi.
I hate to say it, but every ethnic group in history had a way with "dealing" with their "less desirables"... Maybe we need to enact a mass " coon-culling"? This woman is fu@$ing hideous and her speech and cooning are an embarrassment to the race.
Real talk.Of course, I advocate only peaceful and civil resolutions to the coon question. Just put a tangible distance between us and them. Coons are dangerous. I push them to the side.
This is why black people need to study history, ours and nonblacks.
When WWII ended, if you were a french citizen who had collaborated with the Nazis during the occupation, basically a traitor, you got dealt with.
The French beat, imprisoned and sometimes killed the men who had worked with the Nazis.
For the French women who were bed wenching with the Nazi soldiers, they would strip them naked, shave their heads and kick the out into the streets for ridicule.
When the French got kicked out of Algeria, those traitorous Algerians had to leave and go to France, because those who had fought the French occupation, the patriots, would have killed them.
This is why you have a lot of Algerian descendants in France.
And what the Russians did as they worked west during WWII would give you chills.
I don't advocate any violence toward a coon. If you are going to be serious, just keep them out of your life. I have coon family that I only deal with at weddings and funerals.
The trouble is that black people often don't want to make the hard decisions about their circles. This is how you end up with a black chick speaking on her education yet her entire circle is made up of ratchets and hood rats. We need a civil war where the coons go in one direction and we go completely in the other. Too much mixing and matching. You make progress as a black and here comes a coon to wreck that work. No more.
And the thing is, black people in America are the only group in the world who have this notion that we are in it together no matter what.
Other races align when they are threatened as a group. Otherwise, they have highly stratified societies. Paid Koreans do not rock with broke Koreans. And that Indian caste thing is a beast. But those races unite when it comes to dealing with external adversaries, like blacks.
Not taking shots at your post. I've been having this conversation a lot with other blacks. How do we separate ourselves from the coons for good? White supremacy wants to treat us as a group, even when strategically we need to depart from the traitors quickly.
I don't care how racist I sound, but I've always said I DESPISE white people going to Africa to buy pet children.
No, having these black adpotees does not stop the mindset of white supremacy... There's this gay guy on social media who's racist AF!!! Ironically, he always uses his adopted African kids as a pass to his racism.
He also mentioned he adopted them because it was easier getting them from African than getting kids in the U.S. so I don't think its always the case of molestation.
Also, Antoine Dodson wasn't cooning, he was just an over dramatic gay guy! lol
Yeah, man. White people know they can get away with things in Africa that would be felonies in the USA or their native countries. I used to think sex tours by white perverts was an Asian thing. But that sex tourism is big in Africa too.
Yeah, not to get into some fake negro outrage, but there was nothing funny about that Dodson video. The cat was flaming but he was speaking on his sister almost getting raped. A black man, moist or not, expressing himself on his sister being attacked in what was clearly a low income neighborhood became a joke to people, especially white newscasters. Some cornball white guy even made a viral song about it. If some Becky is got stared at by a black man it becomes serious news. It is really odd to see how even black pain and black tragedy is an easy joke. But that is white supremacy for you. Like when black comics make jokes about police brutality to a laughing white audience. That is a deep pathology.
Haha, very nice cartoon pic. I love this
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