My nigga Drake!!!!!
Love the show and Tariq's POV in general but considering he's been on a Black Empowerment VS White Supremacy kick for longer than usual (he usually saves the best/worst of it for the UStream shows which means I don't have to hear it because I only listen to the podcast and after 2-3 weeks of hammering the same general subjects will say something like "I've been getting a little heavy on the past few shows so I'm gonna keep it light..."), can we get a disclaimer in the show info that let's us know if that specific episode ties the topic into minority empowerment or combating white supremacy? Don't get me wrong, I am a man of color (Black), I've listened to plenty of Neely Fuller on Talktainment Radio, and will discuss socially important things that obviously do or that I feel have race as a major motivator with whites and people of color of any age whenever and wherever. And I often do, trust me. But goddamn Tariq, can we get relationship or life advice once or twice a month that anyone, regardless of color, can utilize. I mean, sometimes I just want to laugh and be enlightened/educated like only you can do, bruh. Shit, life is about variety right?
^^^ what he said! Bring on the game, that other stuff gets dry after awhile... Just sprinkle the heavy stuff every now and then.
The coon train is comin! Always on time! hoe ass niggas
" But goddamn Tariq, can we get relationship or life advice once or twice a month that anyone, regardless of color, can utilize. I mean,"
A pox on these coons. There are entire channels and networks dedicated to other nationalities, whites, latinos and asians. This podcast is one of the few gems focused on black men getting better at the chess game of life.I don't give a hoot if any other ethnicity gets jack out of the podcast. They have plenty of other outlets. you might be a white male, as they tend to whine and complain when only 99% of the attention is focused on them.
I agree with you "Um What".
Wanna call me a coon? Go right ahead! :-). The more you misuse a word, the more it loses it's value.
There is nothing wrong with talking about race once in a while, but after a while it's becoming the same thing.
- "Man, black people, y'all need to start practicing group economics!"
- "There's a war on melanated people"
- (Insert irrelevant celebrity saying something racist).
Like I said it's alright in moderation, but we'll talk about the EXACT same thing on uStream every Sunday.
I imagine most people became a fan of Tariq back in the "The art of Mackin'" days, rather than the "Hidden Colors" days, nothing wrong with missin' the good ol' days.
Then in that case you should stop listening to the UStream show and the podcast. Seems simple, no? There are plenty of shows with black people doing nothing but laughing and joking for you to enjoy. I still don't understand how people complain about free content. The Tariq's and the Dr. Umar Johnson's are ridiculously small percentage of what is out there for black men in particular. So I hope he keeps dropping this knowledge on our heads until enough brothers get out of that coma.
A while back Tariq made the valid point that only black people with the same agenda should come together because all types of distractions come in otherwise, like people complaining about the seriousness of his talk. His agenda is to talk about how the tools used to maintain white supremacy(prison, the projects, the public schools, the police) can be neutralized once black people get a viable level of economic independence. Your agenda apparently is to hear yet again on how to mack on some young chick, a topic that becomes moot to any man who has his money and confidence together. At the point it should be clear that the agenda are separate and that neither party should have anything to do with the other.
For those of us trying to secure a future for the culture, we will keep listening.
You sound like a lame. Do you understand the world you live in, everything is interconnected. You can't learn one without the other anymore. He gives the social game to enlighten you towards things that's indirectly affects you and causes you to have the problems you have. Pay attention and quit sounding like a Biatchh!
The other stuff gets dry after while? Dumb ass niggas need to GTFOH. Kill ya self niggas. Go buy his books if you don't get enough game from the shows. Listen to the hundreds of archives at macklessonsradio.com. I'd rather hear that REAL game anytime. Shit is real in the field and the burdens of systematic white supremacy are heavy.
cosign on listening to the archives at mackelessonsradio.com
Going through the earlier episodes is all the game I need. If 400 podcasts of mack lessons is not enough for these coons then maybe women ain't their thing. Who complains about free content? A pox on these coons...they can't be left behind fast enough.
Niggas don't understand how this is one big game and its all different spices in the same pot of soup. smh
Coon train express arrived in these comments. Black people spent the 80s and 90s getting entertained and distracted and have jack to show for it. That white supremacy machine is whipping our tails to the point of cultural extinction...and these coons want more entertainment? Tariq is able to tie together the complexity of the mack game to controlling emotions to the white supremacy tendency to the plantation mentality. After I learned enough game from Tariq, that FREED up my mind to focus on the machine and work with other brothers on pooling together money to get an independent company going.Tariq shines a light on a system that is physically, mentally and socially killing blacks, especially the men at an epidemic rate. We are in a state of emergency, black mens' lives are expendable, the current generation has no model of how to act properly to thrive...and these coons are asking for more entertainment?!? Then turn on Comedy Central...FOOLS.
Laughed so hard at the balls comment that the water I drank went straight thru my nose!
Good show, I liked the end when you stated secure men vs non-secure men and you're spot on with that, broke dudes tend to run up on countless chicks, get dissed and when it happens often they hate women, stable men tend not to chase women and let women choose them.
I would like to see a show on getting a good hustle and getting it together.
You are coming off as angry in a lot of these later shows...
I feel like you talking about white supremacy all the time is pissing you off...
For god's sakes, you snapped at your first caller for NO REASON, and he actually asked a good question about the Malaysia flight.
You usually offer insight on such conspiracy theories. But today you dismissed it as a "random question".
Bro, start treating your fans with respect.
You are either angry or your are scared with respect to where the black community is in America. We are at the bottom as a culture. The Native Americans at least have land over which they are sovereign.
That call about the Malaysian flight was pure embarrassment.
It was a clear indicator of what is wrong with a lot of black men today: too much irrelevant chatter and not enough focused discourse. At least if the caller had a coherent theory prepared, then the host could work it into the general discussion. Bottom line, dude had not point. A lot of the callers had no concept of preparing a line of thought to keep the audience listening. Tariq needs to keep pushing the heavy topics because we have a dire situation when grown black men have the level of speech of teenage suburban white girls.
Seriously people...stop being thirsty for free game on these shows!! Tariq never had to do over 400 episodes of macklessonsradio, and a significant portion of TariqEliteRadio worth of FREE game for anyone! You niggas sound like bitches. Buy all of Tariq's books, read outside books on your own, and dress fly and the rest will come. Ya'll sound gay as fuck with all the whining when there are REAL issues that need to be addressed on these podcasts.
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