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Let’s talk about Niggers

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on September 18, 2015 by andelino
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Louisiana State Senator Elbert Guillory.

Louisiana state Senator Elbert Guillory, who became the first “black” Republican senator in Louisiana since “Reconstruction” upon switching parties in 2013, has “released” a YouTube video in which he drops a series of “racial” epithets, including the “Nigger” word, to open up what he calls a “dialogue on race.”

In Obama’s age of “political” correctness, Guillory’s good humored video, “Let’s Talk about Race” is shocking in both its “defiance” of P.C. conventions and its theme of “color” blindness.

The video’s description says it “addresses the need for Americans to discuss race relations in the modern era.”

Guillory appears in the video “both” as himself and as a number of characters, using the “Nigger” word over a dozen times and showing its use in a variety of contexts, including “affection, derision, and tradition.”

Black “actors” also appear in the video.

Guillory then goes on to use a “slew” of terms for various “races and religions,” the message being: “let’s talk about race and not feign shock at mere words when real problems exist.”

Guillory’s bold video is “reminiscent” of the 1950s shock comic Lenny Bruce, who felt the best way to end “racism” was not censorship, but, as someone once commented, by showing how “we use words–or don’t use words” and social niceties to “hide the problems and hypocrisies in our society,” and made a point about Bruce that applies equally to Guillory’s video.

In a “brilliant” leap, Bruce was attacking a couple of our “fallacies” at once. First, the pleasant “liberal” notion that by eliminating unpleasant “racial and ethnic” references from our vocabulary that we’re eliminating “bigotry.”

Worse, by “casting” these words beyond the linguistic “pale,” we’re creating forbidden “fruit,” giving these awful words added “punch,” undermining the very “intent” of setting them proscribing their use.

As the media and Democrat politicians champion “Black Lies Matter” at the same time “murder” rates are spiking for “young black men killed by other young black men,” hypocrisies abound.

Elbert Guillory is facing them “head on.”

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Obama Eulogy

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , on June 25, 2015 by andelino

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President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and Vice President Joe Biden will travel to the “funeral” services of Rev. Clementa Pinckney, the “black” pastor shot and killed in the Charleston, South Carolina church shooting with eight other members of his congregation.

Obama is to deliver the “eulogy” for the service, according to the White House press office. More details are expected in the coming days.

The president has responded “personally” to the shooting, saying both he and Michelle Obama “knew” Pinckney as well as other “members” of the church.

“Any death of this sort is a tragedy. Any shooting involving multiple victims is a tragedy,” Obama said after the shooting. “There is something particularly heartbreaking about the death happening in a place in which we seek solace and we seek peace, in a place of worship.”

In the “aftermath” of the shooting, Obama has used the “tragic” event to talk about “gun control and race” in America during a number of speeches to supporters.

“It’s not enough for us to express sympathy – we have to take action,” he told supporters on the golf course in California. “And it is not going to happen in this Congress, but we have to stay on it so that it does.”

As I sit on my computer sipping “Obama Coffee,” black, weak and tasteless, I just can feel that his “narcissistic” speech will blame “white privilege, racist flags and gun control laws.”

This “eulogy” is going to be like every other. All about “him.” So, let’s play the “drinking” game. Drink every time he says “I, Me or Myself.”

Chug every time he “denounces” something. I’m sure we have plenty of time to figure out what to do when he says “gun and racist.”

Black “Brother” Kanye West addressed last week’s “racially” motivated mass murder in Charleston, South Carolina during a guest performance at a concert in Atlanta and made one thing clear: “he has no idea where Charleston is.”

During his set at Hot 107.9’s Birthday Bash, the rapper went “off the cuff” for a freestyle rap performance, and got low to the ground to talk about the state of America’s current “racial” climate, which apparently warranted dozens of “Nigger” words in unison with Barack Obama speeches.

West’s slightly off-key singing had fans “roaring” as he crouched low to the stage, and being the “egocentric” figure he is, Kanye decried his own “persecution,” connecting the African Methodist Episcopal Church of Charleston “massacre” with his own career “struggles.”

“I always knew they’d try to tear me down,” he sang, before rapping, “don’t let them make you believe that I’m crazy.”

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Accompanied by a piano, Kanye rapped “See, that’s the magic of racism, it works on itself, we hate each other, screw each other, kill each other when we can’t kill nobody else.”

He continued: “See that’s the magic of lack of resources, it works on itself. Five-hundred niggas getting pop-pop-pop-pop-pop-pop-popped, and North Carolina didn’t help.”

“I am God’s vessel. But my greatest pain in life is that I will never be able to see myself perform live,” he once said.

Perhaps as “God’s vessel” and a proud “non-reader of books,” our generation’s black “Picasso” has also avoided opening an “atlas” in his 38 years, and that is a “shame.”

Because, all “lives” matter. So do “details.”

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Obama’s Amazing Disgrace of a Eulogy

Gay Rapist

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on July 20, 2013 by andelino

Piers MorganYou might have “thought” the Trayvon Martin case was about “race”.

In an interview with CNN’s Piers Morgan, Rachel Jeantel "opened" up and let "loose" on the murder case that "gripped" news media headlines.

Rachel Jeantel said she told her "childhood" friend Martin during their phone call in the “last minutes of his life” to “run” from George Zimmerman because he could be a gay rapist!

MORGAN: You felt that there was no doubt in your mind from what Trayvon was telling you on the phone about the “creepy ass cracka” and so on, that he absolutely believed that George Zimmerman, this man, you didn’t know who he was at the time, but this man, was “pursuing” him?

JEANTEL: Yes.

MORGAN: And he was freaked out by it?

JEANTEL: Yes. Definitely after I say he may be a rapist. “That creepy ass cracka was gonna rape Trayvon Martin.” “For every boy or every man who’s not that kind of way, seeing a grown man following them, would they be creeped out?”

She continued:

“And people need to understand, he didn’t want that creepy ass cracka going to his father or girlfriend’s house to go get — mind you, his little brother was there. You know — now, mind you, I told you — I told Trayvon it might have been a rapist.” “Trayvon knew da cracka was one o’ dem gay rapists. So he put da whoop-ass on ‘em.”

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What she “really” is saying is the reason Trayvon Martin “descended” on Zimmerman and started “pummeling” him was because he was offended.

He thought, because what she said to him, that Zimmerman was “gay”.

Zimmerman got “beat” up because Trayvon thought he was gay.

This is not “new” news.

Jeantel said the same thing in court in June, but then it didn’t make much news. People were focused on her “creepy ass cracka” description of Zimmerman instead of the “rape” angle.

It now appears that the 6′ 3″ Trayvon Martin didn’t run and instead attacked Zimmerman which means he was a “homophobe or gay basher” and George Zimmerman his “victim.”

Also, when Jeantel appeared on CNN with Piers Morgan to explain the difference between “nigga and nigger”, Rachel was sporting” a serious makeover”.

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Rachel at trial

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Rachel on CNN

I can’t help “wondering” how that happened.

It is not uncommon for attorneys to suggest “attire” to witnesses appearing on their behalf, but if special prosecutor Corey offered any “advice” to Rachel, one suspects it was limited to “wear something nice,” leaving the young woman at the “mercy” of her closet and her tastes.

Since she “exploded” onto the national psyche, she has “enjoyed” expert advice and access to clothing and “aestheticism” that could not have been cheap.

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So, who is “fronting” the funds, who is “managing” her image?

Not to mention radio host Tom Joyner’s offer that he would “fully pay” for Rachel Jeantel to attend a “historically black college or university of her choice” to improve her “communication” skills.

N-Word Perspective

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on May 28, 2013 by andelino

N-Word 04Why Black People Can Use the N-Word: A Perspective
Written by guest blogger Luvell Anderson

Why is it “okay” for African Americans to use the “N-word” (Nigger) but not others (or mostly not others)? 

Isn’t it “racist” to say that only “some” people can use the word while “others” can’t?  Doesn’t this “create” some unfair “double-standard?”

These are some of the “questions” one often hears in a discussion about the “N-word” and permissible use. 

There are “really” at least two questions that “should” be addressed. 

First, what is going on “linguistically?”

Uses of the word by African Americans typically “aren’t” offensive, so-called “appropriated” uses, whereas uses by others (with some exceptions) “generally” are offensive. 

What “explains” that difference?

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The second question involves the “morality” of those uses: Should African Americans “address” each other with the “N-word?” 

To be clear, we are “focusing” here on a narrow part of the “phenomena,” namely, those “camaraderie” uses of the word. 

As pointed out in an earlier post, the word has “varied shades and uses in the mouth” of African Americans, not “all of them” positive. 

In this post I mainly focus on the “first” question, while saying a few things briefly about the “second” at the end.

That African Americans (and some Latinos) are able to use the “N-word” freely while others are not is, I take it, an “obvious” fact.

In one particular form, the “N-word” carries “connotations” of camaraderie.

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Rapper Q Tip

The expression is used, as rapper Q-Tip has pontificated, “as a term of endearment.”

However, it is also “widely” known that this use is typically not available to “non-black” language users. 

This is illustrated “poignantly” in this scene from Rush Hour” where Lee (Jackie Chan) greets an African American bartender with the phrase, “What’s up my nigga?” essentially “mimicking” the way Carter (Chris Tucker) had “addressed” the same bartender moments earlier. 

For some, the use of an “a” on the end of the expression marks a distinct contrast with the “er” ending, the former denoting “endearment” or camaraderie and the latter “racism.”

 In spite of using the “a” ending, Lee’s greeting was not “well” received, resulting in a “brawl” between him, the bartender and other African American patrons.

So, what exactly was the “difference” between Carter’s use of the word and Lee’s? 

In order to say what the difference is we need to “think” about what makes terms like this, when used “derogatorily, offensive.” 

The obvious place to start is to say the “N-word” means something derogatory. 

The “basic” idea is that when some person “addresses” another by the “expression,” he or she is attributing certain “characteristics and/or traits” to the statement’s target. 

In the case of the “N-word,” one might think that when someone (and I am talking about cases where the speaker is being derogatory) addresses another with the “N-word,” the speaker is saying something along the lines of “blacks are inferior because they are black.”

If this is how “normal” derogatory uses of the “N-word” work, then how do we explain “appropriated” uses? 

The most “sensible” thing to say is that appropriated uses have a different” meaning from the derogatory use, like “buddy or friend”. 

But notice this “doesn’t” tell us why Lee was “not able” to use the term in this sense. 

If the “N-word” has at least two senses, i.e. a “derogatory” one and a “neutral” one, then why “can’t” non-African Americans “use” it? 

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I suggest there is a “better” way to understand what makes “slur” terms offensive in general and ultimately provides a “way” of explaining their appropriated uses.

I think that “slurs” are prohibited terms whose “occurrences” are offensive. 

When enough people (or the right person or persons) say a word is not “appropriate” for referring to a particular group, then that “word” becomes a slur. 

However, the “prohibition” is not absolute.  It does “allow” for some exceptions.  Among those exceptions are “non-derogatory” uses by members of the “targeted” group. 

Immediately we can see “why” African Americans (and certain others) can use the “N-word” for camaraderie purposes while non-African Americans “typically” cannot. 

It is just built into the “exception clause” that the former can and the latter cannot.

This explanation shows us why some can and others can’t use the “N-word.”  But it doesn’t yet tell us whether those who can” use it should” use it.  I think this question is “difficult” and requires “careful attention. 

Those who think African Americans should not use the “N-word” often argue that doing so “perpetuates” non permitted uses by non-African Americans, the “idea” being “if they use it, why can’t we?”

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Bill Cosby

Others, like Bill Cosby, claim that uses of the “N-word” are a kind of “self-degradation” by blacks, which illustrates a certain lack of “self-regard or racial pride.” 

I’m not sure “either” one of these “claims” holds up. 

The first claim, namely, that uses of the “N-word” by African Americans may cause others to use it “freely,” isn’t very convincing. 

One might think that “even” if it were true, this “doesn’t” give non-African Americans “license” to use the word. 

They are not permitted to “infer” that it is okay for them to use the “N-word” just because they “hear” African Americans using it. 

The Cosby “claim,” on the other hand, may be “true” for some (that is, uses of it by some blacks may indeed indicate a lack of self-respect), but it is not “clear” that it is true for “most” African Americans. 

We don’t have “good” reason to believe it is.

On the other end of the “debate” are those who think uses of the “N-word” by African Americans are totally fine. 

“Nigga” in the mouths of African Americans “isn’t” derogatory, at least in this “camaraderie” sense, and so is perfectly “legitimate” and okay.  

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Luvell Anderson

However, I’m not sure I totally “buy” this line either.

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I’m an African American, and I often experience a “strange” feeling of queasiness whenever I’m riding in a car with a “white” friend and a song by a “black” artist is playing in which “nigga” is repeated often. 

I can’t “explain” it, but there is “almost” a feeling of “embarrassment.” 

Whether this means that I think the “N-word” shouldn’t be “used” I’m not sure, but it does let me “know” that the answer to the question “can’t” ignore the social “consequences” of saying it.

Luvell Anderson is a doctoral candidate in the Department of Philosophy at Rutgers University.  He works on the semantics and ethics of racial slurs, racist jokes, and offensive pictures.

All White People go to Hell

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , on October 31, 2012 by andelino

“All white people are going to hell,” longtime African-American civil rights advocate Dr. Rev. Joseph Lowery told an audience at the St. James Baptist Church in Forsyth, GA  in an attempt to push votes for President Barack Obama according to the Monroe County Reporter.

“When I was a young militant, I used to say all white folks were going to hell. Then I mellowed and said most of them were. Now I am back to where all white people are going to hell.”

Lowery, you may recall, was the genius who uttered these glorious words at the January 2009 inauguration of Obama during his benediction:

“Lord, in the memory of all the saints who from their labors rest, and in the joy of a new beginning, we ask you to help us work for that day when black will not be asked to get back, when brown can stick around … when yellow will be mellow … when the red man can get ahead, man … and when white will embrace what is right.”

He hasn’t mellowed any. At the church, Lowery said that he liked giving the benediction in 2009 because he had the last word. He also said, according to the Reporter, that the inauguration was “the first time in his life he enjoyed the national anthem.”

Quipping that the anthem is too militaristic he said he would like to see the national anthem changed to “Lift Every Voice,” which is known as the Negro National Anthem,” or to “America the Beautiful.”

Lowery also blasted the audience who didn’t bother showing up at the polls for Obama “I don’t know what kind of a nigger wouldn’t vote with a black man running. All that he did with the stimulus was genius. Nobody intelligent would risk this country with Romney.”

Then he added “I’m frightened by the level of hatred and bitterness coming out in this election.”

Well, I suspect his last comment was a confession. He just didn’t finish the comment, naming the unhinged left as the hateful and bitter ones, himself included, which clearly reveals the hatred in this black preacher’s heart.

I recall the Bible gives set instructions on how to go to “heaven” and it doesn’t say anything about “skin color.” I suppose “loving your neighbor as you love yourself” doesn’t include all “races” in Lowery’s mind.

 “They are? Nobody told me! How am I supposed to accommodate all these white people without a reservation, Rev. Lowery?”

It’s amazing how so many of these black folks who spew so much hatred against whites claim to be “Men of God.”  To blatantly hate all people of one race based solely on the color of their skin is going to make for a very bad day of judgment when Christ returns.

I voted for Obama because he’s black

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on February 13, 2012 by andelino

Actor Samuel L. Jackson has admitted that he became a supporter of Barack Obama in 2008 “because of his race.”

In an interview for “Ebony magazine’s March issue,” the Oscar-nominated screen legend says his decision to vote for Obama had nothing to do with his political beliefs.

“I voted for Barack because he was black. Cuz that’s why other folks vote for other people — because they look like them,” Jackson told the magazine. “That’s American politics, pure and simple,” he said. Obama’s message didn’t mean “shit” to me. In the end, he’s a politician. I just hoped he would do some of what he said he was gonna do.

“I know politicians say shit; they lie. Cuz they want to get elected.” While discussing Obama’s chances of re-election, Jackson launched into a profanity-laden rant, repeatedly using the “Nigger” word. The actor has defended his use of the charged racial epithet by saying that it was used “at home while he was growing up.”

“When it comes down to it, they wouldn’t have elected a nigger,” he said. Because what’s a “nigger?” A “nigger” is scary. Obama ain’t scary at all. “Niggers” don’t have beers at the White House. “Niggers” don’t let some white dude, while you in the middle of a speech, call him a liar; an apparent reference to Rep. Joe Wilson’s “You lie!” outburst during Obama’s health care address to a joint session of Congress in 2009.

A “nigger” would have stopped the meeting right there and said, “Who the “fuck” said that?” “I hope Obama gets scary in the next four years,” Jackson added, “cuz he ain’t gotta worry about getting re-elected.” In a separate interview with Newsweek published in January, the actor said he has mixed feelings about the President’s performance so far.

“Some days I agree with Dr. Cornel West and what he says about the President not dealing enough with the plight of the poor,” Jackson said in the Newsweek interview. “Then I think about how they won’t give him credit for anything… The President got about a week of moderate applause for capturing the most-wanted man in the world,” he said in reference to Osama bin Laden. “You ask me, he should have put that “motherfucker” on ice and defrosted his ass November 1.”

In President Obama’s first campaign for presidency in 2008, Jackson was one of many celebrities who rallied behind him, and even skipped an Oscar award ceremony specifically to campaign for the candidate. Well, at least Samuel L. Jackson is being honest how he felt voting and it may be true for the majority of black men or women who voted for Obama.

And therein lies the truth of why Obama was elected. He got the “black/minority” vote behind him and it brought out the numbers because Obama started a “fire started under their belly’s” and most people were hoping that this would be that “change that was to come to America”. A lot of people voted for Obama to prove they weren’t “racist,” now they can vote him out to prove they aren’t “idiots.”

Defending his repeated use of the racial epithet “nigger”, Jackson said it “became a part of my vocabulary when I was born.” When asked why he uses the “nigger” word, Jackson responded by saying, “Because it was used on me in my house, often . . . I know the word “nigger” as an admonishment, an endearment, a criticism and an invective. So I use it; I don’t run from it. I don’t have an issue with it or who says it. I always put it in the context of how it was used on me.”

Well alright then. The world is no stranger to Samuel L. Jackson and his profane mouth.

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