I love hearing such heartwarming stories of caucasian savages wrecking havoc on their own kind.caucasian on caucasian violence! I hope that aids carrying thug does more harm to his people and then blows his pathetic brains out in a live stream suicide. Good riddance!
Ha! Solid comment. :-D
Sure enough they are passing this white dude off as "Indian" on the reports. I had to look it up myself bc the other day when they we reporting it on mainstream news he was a white male. SMH
I hear you Tariq but I don't believe that hurricane was ancestors. Look what it did to Haiti. That was my only thing. Regardless, you are spot on.
I can't say I agree too, too much on the karma and ancestors' retribution theory.
Okay, I'll entertain the idea of spiritualism, but then I'd say the ancestors have definitely been slacking! Okay, Ken Thompson is gone, but why is Zimmerman allowed to roam around unscathed?
- Also, the Hurricane for the most part only harmed Haiti... actually it seems to only affect Haiti, meanwhile the racist, self-hating Negroes in the DR (the same friggin' Island) remain unscathed.
- Yet another thing... The shooting at the Pulse nightclub was mainly Latinos and blacks I think, no punishment to whites at all.
To be honest, for all they've done, white people have had VERY few tragedies happen to them (in the US at least). Katrina and all that crap only ever really affects blacks.
The only thing that even comes close to "bad juju" for the white community was Nein Eel - even and that was 15 years ago, and they orchestrated that crap themselves.
A random boy being killed by an alligator doesn't hurt "the white community".
Yeah, agreed. This is one of the times I think that Tariq is reaching. The only people who get penalized in harsh conditions are Blacks.
99% of those non-Black demons get no penalties.
Anyone watch izm radio? Thoughts?
I caught it. I like it so far. Tariq is a funny mofo. He really has a gift for telling stories and doing voice impersonations.
The women on the show need more personality but without talking over Tariq. There needs to be a flow. I like that the two women are different. I hope he keeps the one called Kris. Brothers need to learn to recognize Black women like her.
And of course, he needs to get a screener. I skip through every call on playback.
I like it too, they appear to be a little quiet until Tariq prompts them... I'd like to see it a bit more Howard Stern, Breakfast club-ish.
I don't mind the Kris girl, she balances it out a bit although she can be very Becky-ish.
Yeah man. I am really suspicious of this so-called native americans who claim that status only when it benefits them. The first native american I met had blond hair and blue eyes. She used her "minority" status to get into a program that was supposed to be for Black students but had to expand to anyone who fit the title minority. It was funny as heck.
That dumb sock puppet Sarah Palin said some mess about how her husband, who was allegedly part native, was discriminated against.
That man looked nothing like a native.
The thing about Black people is not matter what we claim, we don't have the money or power to enforce it. But there is a system that actively punishes us for being Black.
I'm staring to dislike the term African-American for black families who have been here before slavery because it stinks of a "I chose to come to America" narrative.
This allows immigrants 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th generation to somehow think all things are equal and we've been afforded the same opportunities as them.
Remember, poor black neighborhoods are the equivalent of foreign countries. Simply put, the american white economy has been brain draining poor black neighborhoods and foreign economies for decades.
Fortunately and unfortunately, many foreign countries are not as affected as black neighborhoods because they have their own governments and land.
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