Thursday, August 28, 2014

Telling The Truth Doesn't Mean People Will Ever Listen

The death of white supremacy will not be fun - for white supremacists

Warning members of the Republican Party it's getting yanked around by it's interlopers has been a frustrating and fruitless endeavour, and their latest scheme to use libertarians as a wedge for young voters (best exemplified by Rand Paul's trips to Berkeley and Howard Universities after (racistly) trying to manipulate the hispanic vote, shut government, defeat ObamaCare, !BENGHAZI!, etc.) is equally worthy of words of caution. So - for the billionth time - here they are again:

Colorblind is a confession you can't see

Culture Beats Politics.

It's time to get your head out of the sand

If you haven't seen Alan I. Abramowitz's essay, "False Hope: Why Libertarians Won’t Help Republicans Win the Youth Vote," then be prepared to understand why false hope is worse than none at all:

"Check out TMR: The brother knows,...something."

Read the whole thing if you must, but if you're here already, then you know what it says:

White and black together, but as criminals

Culture Beats Politics.


The Right is over two decades too late

Hip-Hop is America's culture now (It's music is Rap) and it's a culture that thoroughly resists the history, and imperatives, of the culture that birthed it. This will not change. We can not hear you. We will not hear you. Until the Republican Party gets back to it's roots, as "the sheet anchor of the colored man's political hopes and the ark of his safety" - not a source of our irritation - they'll get nowhere.

"White Christmas" already has a re-mix

Culture beats politics.

Bamboozled is a 2000 satirical film written and directed by Spike Lee about a modern televised minstrel show featuring black actors donning blackface makeup and the violent fall-out from the show's success.

And it's because your "leaders" don't know this - no matter what color they are - they will never realize as anything of the kind,....

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