Friday, November 21, 2014

Why Bill Cosby's "Respectability Politics" Are Rejected By Blacks Can Be Explained Using One Historic Photo


Well-dressed, well-behaved, going to school, hated

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  1. Crack, what year and where was this? Are things still the same?

    Are you saying that ghetto street culture in say Chicago or Baltimore (with it high black on black murder rate among young men) is better?

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  3. http://thegrio.com/2014/11/20/nikki-giovanni-bill-cosby/

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  4. Evi L. Bloggerlady,

    "Crack,...Are things still the same?"

    Whites are, and that's black's point: you're so busy, looking at blacks, you refuse to look at yourselves. You want to know if "things" are still the same - whether or not white people are is a challenge your mind can't comprehend, it's so focussed on persecuting blacks. Blacks have never been the problem.

    "Are you saying that ghetto street culture in say Chicago or Baltimore (with it high black on black murder rate among young men) is better?"

    Better than what? 256 years of Slavery? Yes. 100+ years of life under Jim Crow? Yes. The dignified woman, being hounded by whites, in this photo? Is it her dress they're hating on - or her person?

    We're saying whites, today, are no different - so blacks being "better" doesn't matter - because whites refuse to be better themselves. They attack dignified blacks, or those into "ghetto street culture," just the same. All whites need is someone saying "no" to disrupt our lives - including killing us. That's the problem.

    Attacking those whites have oppressed is all you live for:

    You're just looking for a reason,...

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