Tuesday, August 19, 2014

the reality evasion and normotic denial battleships just got sunk...,


8 comments:

Constructive_Feedback said...

Ferguson compares to........................

* Egypt's Arab Spring - in which the government killed over 850 people in a matter of days

* Syria - in which a blood bath between two factions that have an 60/40 balance of military power

* Ukraine in which a small section of the nation wants to break away from the republic - with the assistance of Russia - who was able to stave off American violence BUT FOR the fact that they TOO could render VIOLENCE upon the American home land............................

A COMPARISON ONLY IN THE MINDS OF JOURNALISTS who scored high in 'Creative Writing' but not so much in ETHICS AND INTEGRITY in journalism.

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/art/progs/3019/deaths6.png

http://assets.nydailynews.com/polopoly_fs/1.1427547!/img/httpImage/image.jpg_gen/derivatives/article_970/egypt-unrest.jpg

CNu said...

lol, give it time Feed, give it time....,

The Staten Island DA just now going about empaneling a grand jury to rule on whether or not Eric Garner was extrajudicially choked to death by Barney Fife on steroids. Let that grand jury pull a not-see special and see what happens.

As for you country cousins, happy remote exurban country negroes are hardly suitable candidates for the "canary in a coalmine" or "bellweather" functions served by colonized and captive community nucleii negroes like what you find encapsulated in the little incorporated hamlets that make up STL.

Hell, you and your'n are probably the most melaninated folk in a four square mile radius there in Fayetteville. You bet not mean mug, side-eye, or otherwise throw shade on any of the nice folks in your local village square, you liable to get pistol-whipped by an open-carrying civilian....,

Vic78 said...

And fuck Congress. This couldn't even make it through the House.
http://downwithtyranny.blogspot.com/2014/08/why-are-our-political-elites-always.html

Constructive_Feedback said...

[quote]Zeit Online, a centrist news site, saw the death of Brown as testimony of deep-rooted racism in the United States and concluded that “the situation of African-Americans has barely improved since Martin Luther King.” The publication went as far as to say that the “dream of a post-racist society, which flared up after the election of [President] Obama, seems further away than ever before.[/quote]


My Dear Friends:


WHY does this article from overseas ponder the RELATIVE LACK OF WHOLESALE DEVELOPMENT FOR THE AMERICANIZED NEGRO - but then chooses to use the BOOKENDS of MARTIN LUTHER KING JR (1968) and PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA?


In their effort to "TWO DIMENSIONALIZE THE NEGRO" - they fail as Ta-Nehisi Coates fails as they are UNABLE to tell us WHERE the Negro ACTIVELY INVESTED HIS VALUABLES - over these past 50 years AND why he and his HANDLERS are asking AMERICA: "WHERE IS MY DEVELOPMENT THAT YOU PROMISED TO ME" - but fails to realize that this is a question that he should be asking of his HANDLERS - who profited $0.25 to the dollar for every ton of MINERALS harvested from under the feet of the Black community, for refinement and smelting by the AMERICAN POLITICAL SYSTEM OF OPPORTUNISM.

Vic78 said...

It looks as if they'll be kindly disposed toward Black Americans from reading the article. They really don't care too much for the US' phoniness when it comes to race. The US is always telling other countries to clean up their act. Well, now the rest of the world is taking an opportunity to throw rocks at the US. It's really that simple.

Constructive_Feedback said...

The article published in Germany (which I assume used an American writer) made reference to Mychel Denzel Smith (The Nation mag) and LZ Granderson (CNN). CLEARLY the author went hard for "credibility and 'Black authenticity.


The he pointed to three dead Blacks
1) Michael Brown
2) Eric Garner
3) John Crawford who had a toy gun in a Walmart


CLEARLY this is a fair sampling of the total "Ninjas Who Got Themselves Kilt" since "Memorial Day 2014", when the clock struck 12 midnight


THEN they indexed the "State Of The Negro In America" based upon:
* Racist Police Shootings
* A disproportionate number of Blacks in jail. (LYING that Blacks are 60% of the inmate population. HE SAID BLACKS ARE 30% OF THE US POPULATION. Which BLACKS is he talking about)
* The Blacks FEAR walking near a police man




LOW AND BEHOLD he never mentioned:


* Black Homicide Victimization rates
* The number of FAVORABLE POLICE CHIEFS that Black voters affirm DESPITE their command over "Racial Oppression"
* and since they concluded that "The Negro is in the same fate today as he was in 1960.........
**** WHY didn't the white racist cops in Ferguson beat Captain Ron Johnson down rather than accept his command?
*** Why would the 'Black Attorney General' suffer a fate that is any different than Michael Brown after he tries to ARREST A WHITE POLICE OFFICER?


CLEARLY it is time to RECONCILE "BLACK HISTORY" with "What The Negro Political Opportunist" of today is likely to say to trick those who are not aware of historical truth.

Vic78 said...

The German writers were just taking shots at the US. It's not about going hard for the cause. It's just a few journalists turning their noses at American stupidity. They do that outside of the US.

If Germany were the most powerful country and a white cop puts down a Black kid, the US would be talking shit about Germany's race record. Nobody in another country would be thinking about all that other shit. The out groups of other countries may do things they shouldn't, the focus from another country will be on the group in power.

CNu said...

That Kush Life still in effect eh...., one need only look at historical incarceration rates to see EXACTLY how things have changed for the worse. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Incarceration_in_the_United_States#Race

Shocking in light of your endless screeds against mentholated american negroe misleadership that you wouldn't home in on the fact that mentholated american negroe bureaucrats are just superficial and complicit contemporary window dressing on deep structural defects in the political economy.