What was that song in the beginning?
Evil Kinevil by David Banner
thanks for revealing the song title. That joint is fire
Another Grade A podcast. Between Tariq and Jason Black, you get the real prophets of black America.
It's now pretty clear what the true purpose of Barack being selected POTUS was about: to use him as a puppet while under him, turn back the clock on black people and put them right back into the situation they were in during the mid 1900s. Only now, black people have no resources to support one another or survive white aggression. Simply put, black people are now worse off than they were back then.
And now the word is out; if you want to show racist aggression against black people, no need to put yourself at risk, just find a black person looking for that "butter biscuit" and have them say all the things you would.
The end game: To make it so they'd be able to go back to calling black people nigger and other racist names openly without any sort of punishment. To kill and rape black people without any sort of punishment. To deny black people their constitutional rights without any sort of punishment. etc.
As Nelly Fuller Jr. said, racism is now going through their refinement stage and they're almost done with the new design on an old system.
Ive tried to tell people for years Obama was just a Trojan Horse.for the resurgence of white supremacy. Not sure if willingly or unwillingly, but Im leaning toward willingly because we know how efficient white folks are when it comes to their power structure and how they'll damn near do anything to keep it in their hands, so I find it kind of hard to believe that some bi racial black man just happen to work hard and they just let him have the biggest seat in the house on one of the biggest stages for the world to see. Sounds good and inspiring for the African Americans you want to believe in Amerikkka, but I have a hard time believing this wicked and ridiculously cunning establishment would allow it when a brotha can barely drive or live somewhere without becoming a target. Unless you cooperate with "them" in some kind of way that helps to further some plan. Just my opinion
I wont say for the 100th time the two movies *cough-"Street Kings" & "Wanted" both prior to him coming into office that laid the subliminal ground work and both have some interesting symbolic scenes that are unmistakable if you go back and watch them.
I remember when Obama made the remark that blacks need to "get out their marching shoes and stop crying, stop whining..." at the time I thought to myself "why marching shoes?", but then all kinds of racist rhetoric, jokes, incidents where all of a sudden all these white people were melting down and saying n*gger, and killings (Oscar Grant, Trayvon Martin, etc) where people walked free. Anyone remember when LL Cool J was on BET awards (I think it was) talking about he had a poem he had written? He said something about Obama and how we may need to keep a gun just in case (think this was the same year as the stop whining, marching shoes talk) I just found that very interesting that both came before a lot of things jumped off. I just dont trust nobody in Hollywood, Media, or Politics because all of them are used to influence and direct people.
BTW, is it me or is it every time I look up there's some shit about Nazis and Hitler on tv? Maybe now that they've softened "them" up, they're looking to get people to buy into that old "master race" ideology again.
I be noticing how the History channel loves to romanticize World War 2 and Adolf Hitler as a military genius as well, despite the glaring mistakes that he made that cost him the war. As far as President Obama: this is my response “Dr. Ray Hagins The King Alfred Plan” http://youtu.be/bE-2RJ5i1J0. This video was created in like 2002.
In hindsight, how ingenius was that... Hire a black... well, mixed... guy, parade him as the beloved President of this accepting, diverse country, then proceed to beat the crap out of people who look like him.
I must say though, racism has to be OVERT or people (of color) will get complacent, so Obama was the perfect catalyst to wake people the hell up!
Good show, but let's not beat too much of a dead horse bro.
Black people have been beaten to the ground with racism and white supremacy by now... For some, all it will do is make them want acceptance more, for others it will inspire them to challenge it.
Those who are in the "butter biscuit brigade" are irredeemable, we just have to let them go man...
Every oppressed minority group kisses ass, that's just simple animal psychology. (That Stockholm Syndrome is a sunuvabitch).
There does not exist a single white celebrity who talks about what white people as a community "needs to do".... Nope... not one. And their list is loooooooong.
I can name hundreds of black folks who will go on and on about "black folks need to do this... black folks need to do that."
I hold my fair share of criticism for the black community as well, but the end goal is NEVER "do it to please white people". And I won't criticize the black community in front of a white person, lest I be made to feel like a tap-dancer.
I can't imagine how people advocate living your entire life to please another group or person.
I think our community needs to do certain things, but for ourselves and ourselves only!
I think we need to stop sagging, start talking "properly", and educating ourselves. And most importantly, do it ***FOR US***
I could care less what "the white man" thinks.
But these Charles Barkley's, Steven A Smith, "Black Feminists" and Black, Feminists... There's no saving them, they're too psychologically traumatized! And the stronger racism gets in America, the deeper they will sink into their self-hating as a defense mechanism.
Yeah, part of the problem is that the majority of these coons are ENTERTAINERS. I put politicians and preachers into the entertainment pile as well.
Black people have to abandon the entertainment class because we have nothing to show from all that we have invested in them.Black pop culture is dead anyway. That entertainment demographic is the easiest one to flip and manipulate. All of them(Barkely, Smith, the black feminists) depend on white people to keep them fed. As such they will always act against black interests. You get the occasional nonsense from a scientist like Ben Carson but the entertainment class can be wholly cut off and black people will be no worse off.
They do nothing to consolidate power into something useful.
I said it before, I only listen to music coming from black people in Latin America, the Caribbean and Africa because they actually control their work. You get a lot less cooning and more sophistication.
One of the realist things I had ever heard was a black woman describe black people as "a damaged race". That being the case we need to cut the damaged parts off because we will be stronger with what is left behind. I don't even fool around with blacks who are cooning or throwing other blacks under the bus. I stopped speaking and interacting to the lone coon on my project.Clean and easy separation!
Oh, we are severely damaged, there is no doubt. I also agree that cutting off the damaged parts is in the best interest of the race. We would also gain more respect if we collectively supported black businesses (the few that we have) but I don't think that'll ever happen.
Unlike whites, black Americans can NOT look at the big picture. There is no self-sacrifice in the community (for the most part, of course).
Hell, I coon today, I get a little money (fame, attention, etc.) and I'll be happy.
Never mind that my kids or grandkids have to live with the repercussions of my actions.
In part... a small part... I can't blame them, because white supremacy dictates one must coon in order to be accepted.
We need to create our own networks then we can portray any image we want. We can cleanly cut off coons as well.
But I gotta check out some of this international music you're talking about!
Playa, Brazilian music was the hook but Salsa reeled me in. The point is, that the strongest part of Brazilian and Latin American music is just African music sung in Portuguese and Spanish. If you understand the songs, you can tell a lot of them were written by black people. The white Latin American singers didn't even bother changing the lyrics because the African influence was so obvious. So you would have some white Latino singing his love for a "mulatta" or a "Negrita". The Rolling Stones had "Brown Sugar" but that was about the extent of that for Europeans.
The whole history of how dominant black music is in Latin America is amazing. Unlike Jazz and Rap in America, the white Latinos didn't even try to dilute the African aspect of the music. They just rebranded it as Salsa or Samba and called it a day. To tune my Spanish, I watch a lot of old black and white videos from South American on the Spanish network and to see how white Latinos would just wholesale incorporate African culture was just like...WTF?!?
Celia Cruz or Ismael Rivera are a great start. But anyone before the 1980s in the Salsa world would work.I skip most Salsa after that because it became more pop. I also listen to A LOT of African rock music from Nigeria, Benin and Angola from the late 1960s up to the 1980s. Those African musicians were just killing it...real genius musicians. Better than anything coming from the USA or the UK.
I even dug up a Haitian collection from the 70s that is straight fire!
When I kicked it in Latin clubs, I noticed that the black men who can dance were getting mad play from ALL the women, because that Salsa is African rooted, black men walk in it like we own it. We need to have that same confidence in business and parallel revenue streams.
The key takeaway is that when black people get on the same rhythm, bounce to the same drum, we dominate the field we choose. That African music is a war cry, plain and simple. We need to translate that dominance from entertainment to an economy. I put on the Fela Kuti and Edu Taylor to get me hyped before I put in that work.
As much as people like to hype Elvis, I hear Michael Jackson damn near 5 times a week since the industry killed him. Elvis? Never. Food for thought...
PREACH, Mr. Jon! You ain't never lied!
Where can we find info on the Dallas masseuse who was accused of touching innapropiate?
Britany J LaBeouf November 6, 2014 after completing school today my boyfriend and I caught a movie at Roosevelt Theater. I had just exited the J14 jump at 103rd and Torrence at 11:10 pm. There is a church right in front of the bus stop, I did not feel comfortable waiting for my ride where It is dimly lit under a canopy of trees; where unscrupulous people can hide and go unnoticed. For my safety I chose to cross the street to the BP gas station that has good lighting on the corner of 103rd and Torrence, because it was lit up well. I felt safe waiting there as the gas station is well lit. There was a man already sitting at the gas station that looked homeless and looked like he was on some type of substance. He was loitering, peddling, and harassing customers without their permission. Telling them as he approached I will pump your gas for you. The woman that he approached looked uncomfortable and the manner that he approached and grabbed the pump she did not have the chance to refuse. At 11:13 I texted my boyfriend, when a charcoal grey truck pulled in front of me, the man in the driver side said to me “Come here”. I replied back “Who are you”? He replied “Come here”. I said “I do not know who you are and I do not come to people in cars I do not know”. He replied “I got a call about someone loitering”. I said “I am waiting on my ride”. He replied “That is all I wanted to know, show me some ID”. I said “I do not know who you are”. He replied “Show me ID”. I asked “Why do you need to see my ID”? He replied “Show me your ID”. I asked “Why”? This went on for a bit please note; I honestly do not know who these men are in this unmarked car, they have not identified themselves to me who they are. After that back and forth he said “I am going to ask you for the last time, show me your ID. We can do this the easy way or hard way”. I asked “Why”? He opens the door exiting the unmarked truck and all 6 feet plus, stocky man approaches me entering my personal space. He says “I need to verify who you are”. At this point I am intimidated and terrified and still do not know who this person is. Also note that the homeless looking man is still there. I replied “I do not know who you are; I am not showing you my ID”. He replies “I will show you who I am”. Instead of him identifying himself to me he turned and asked a random pedestrian to identify him to me. Specifically he said to the pedestrian “Who am I” the pedestrian replied “The police” (that was the first time I was given a third party notice of who he was). I replied “May I please see your ID”? While he is in the motion of physically assaulting me by forcefully grabbing my arm and dragging me off the stair where I was standing he says “Step over to the car and put your hands on the hood”. I reply “I have done nothing wrong, but stand here and wait for my ride”. He replied “Let me see your purse”? He grabs for my purse and I pulled my purse away from him and replied “I do not give you consent to search my purse”. He replied “I can search your purse” as he puts handcuffs on me and proceeds to illegally search my purse. He illegally goes through my purse, pulls out my ID, looks at it and says to me “How many times have you been locked up”? At this point I am so upset that I have been harassed, assaulted, terrorized, I am terrified and my rights have been violated and now I am upset and hysterically crying. I replied “I have never been locked up”. I requested again to see his ID; he turns to asks the homeless looking man that has been standing there since I got off the bus who he was. Once again I was informed by a third party that he was the police. He turns to me and says “I do not have to show you my ID, I do not have to show you my ID, and don’t you see this badge”? I replied “You are in an unmarked car, I do not know who you are, anyone can purchase a vest with a badge off the internet”. His partner sarcastically says “They can also purchase a police car” (please remember this is a charcoal grey unmarked truck. There is no indication this is a police car; it looks like a civilian truck). He replied “How long have you been standing there”? I replied “Not long, I just got off the bus”. He directs me to read the sign on the BP gas station wall. It states “No loitering, panhandling, or trespassing”. I read the sign and replied to the officer “I am simply waiting on my ride; I informed him that man over there has been waiting here since I exited the bus”. He says “I am not worried about him”. I continue to ask both of the officers for their IDs as I am hyst
I don't know what the point of this was, but I was looking forward to reading the rest of it...
Tariq please reconsider your use of the word melanoid as -oid is a suffix meaning, "resembling or like". By using this term your saying we resemble melanin, as opposed to being defined or in possession of melanin.
I believe the word melanoid is intended to be a general classification in order to include individuals of varying degrees of melanin possession and physical features that may not typically be classified as African.
Hammering This Truth Nail In Your Brain:
The show Scandal was an economics move. Some writers saw the giant hole in the hearts of a large number of black women in society, then found a real life story with a character with whom they can live vicariously through to fill that void. Now tons of educated single black women go home at night to see an image of themselves as a sidepiece.
Just like women soft choose, white supremacist have soft white supremacy and hard white supremacy. Soft white supremacy is driven by opportunism (for ex. economic opportunity/survival).
Hard white supremacy is preplanned "get this niggers out of the neighborhood so we can own this territory" type shit.
"sidepiece?" More like concubine! What is up with all these shows with beautiful, successful black women hooked up with white men?!! There is a subliminal message in there, somewhere. In actuality, the odds are much greater that black men will choose white women. At any rate, I don't like what I'm seeing in either direction.
The whole discussion about interracial dating is really a smokescreen, a distraction, a divide and conquer tactic.
Blacks marry other blacks at a rate of at least 90%, which is EXTRAORDINARY given how much we are indoctrinated to hate each other. Check the US Census figures. A while back some black guy did a YouTube video on how 95% of the married black NBA players are actually married to black women, despite the myth that a black man gets a white woman as soon as he gets money. Interracial marriage is exceedingly rare. People just notice black/white unions more.
A Harvard economist, RG Fryer jr., did a paper on how unlikely it is for a black to marry a white. It is just the case, that when such a union happens that relationship is loaded with a lot of historical baggage, thus amplifying an otherwise pedestrian relationship.
On the other hand, Asians marry interracial at a rate of 50%. And no one cares. Why is that? Hmmmm.
Truth be told, outside of some hip urban areas, white women are not checking for black men quite like that, paid or otherwise. They get ostracized in their communities as evidenced by that white lesbian with her black baby. So a white woman might be willing to let a black hit it on the hush, but marrying and having a baby with him are a whole other level.
So I think the whole interracial debate is a lot more sinister than meets the eye.
I think interracial dating/ marriage is increasing a lot. I mean, I think Asian Female/ (nerdy) white male is the most common followed by BM/ WF (I'll have to check on this statistic).
I am completely apathetic about interracial dating in and of itself. It doesn't bother me, nor do I put extras on it.
I do have a problem with minorities is when most minorities (especially women) of any race dates exclusively white, it is almost without exception that they have some sort of anti-black resentment. You'd think they'd be more accepting b/c they date interracially, but it actually makes them want to side more with White Supremacy.
While there are tons of whites who will proudly state
"I ONLY DATE WHITE GUYS/ WOMEN"
I don't think I've ever heard a black woman (or man) say "I ONLY DATE BLACK MEN (WOMEN)!"
Dating white is almost like a status symbol for many. I really think the successful black guys "marrying up" stereotype is true. In part, because the higher up you move, the less likely it is for you to see another black person.
Black gals do it too! I've found a lot of these college educated ahem... "well spoken"... black women seem to love their white boys.
I know I digressed a bit... but I'm afraid the stereotypes are true, and they are rooted in inferiority complexes / "white is right" mentalities.
"In part, because the higher up you move, the less likely it is for you to see another black person."
I think that is the main point. As more black people moved to the white suburbs it was only natural and predictable that interracial dating would increase. As we moved up the white man's corporate ladder, yes, we see fewer minorities. So finances correlate with interracial dating in a strange yet predictable way. I rarely ever meet a black woman in my economic bracket. I meet Asians and white girls in my income range damn near every week. Oh and by the way, even though black women earn more degrees, black men still earn more on average according to the Pew Center. But I digress...
The ones who say they only date whatever(white black) , usually get a wake up call at some point. When white people especially know you are isolated, they mess with you because you have no defense and no allies. I don't worry about those because they get picked off anyway.
To kind of keep this on topic, the previous generation failed us when they taught us that integration was the key to success, financially and socially. If black people had a parallel economy, then getting a white boo would mean jack. I mean, you saw that chick Danielle Watts methed up looking boyfriend. However, until black men provide a large pool of financially independent brothers, you can't really blame her for hedging her bets with Crackhead Bob, as dusty as he looked.
"I don't think I've ever heard a black woman (or man) say "I ONLY DATE BLACK MEN (WOMEN)!""
What people say means jack. What people do means everything. I know a few brothers who romp with snow bunnies but 99% of my social circle is black man married to black woman. In general for brothers, unless the chick is Heidi Klum, the stress and backlash ain't worth it.
And yeah. I think a lot of black women complain about interracial dating when black men do it. But let Timberlake, DiCaprio or Robin Thicke roll up on them and will be a completely different song. But that is their prerogative.
My bottomline is as long as you don't support white supremacy's cruelty, date whoever.
That David Banner song is FIRE
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