The New Black? An Examination of Ignorance Being Marketed As Consciousness…

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“The New Black doesn’t blame other races for our problems.”

These stupid words were spoken by the alien, androgynous looking, male, known as Pharrell on Oprah as his response to the current racial climate in America.  His song, “Happy” has become the anthem of escapist white folks and Negropeans who seem to have been hypnotized by the lie of the Illusion of Inclusion. In the months following that song, the country was rocked with a string of tragedies and high profile cases of innocent Black people being killed by police.  And Pharrell’s solution for all of this? “The New Black dreams and realizes that it’s not pigmentation: it’s a mentality, and it’s either going to work for you or it’s going to work against you. And you’ve got to pick the side you’re going to be on,” Pharrell said.

What kind of bullshit is that?

These people really do believe that its their success and ability to market themselves, avoid confrontation with whites; their obsequious associations with the majority and arrogance of presumption in thinking that White Privilege is extended to them by simple proximity to White America.  Folks were rightly upset with his stupidity in light of the Trayvon Martin tragedy. Was he blaming white folks when he went to the store that fateful night that took racial profiling to another level?

Rightly so, the reaction he received from US was apropos.  His response was immature, laughable, and insulting, in regards to all of the issues that we are and have been dealing with in this country, as well as acknowledging Black ambition and achievement in the wake of much cultural oppression; and the reality of institutionalized racism.  Basically, Pharell’s attitude represents a current state of ignorance being perpetrated by many Black celebs that is calling for the Black community to just get over it.

To add to this, a couple of weeks later, rapper Common who won an Oscar for his theme song, Glory in the movie MLK biopic, Selma, appeared on the The Daily Show to promote his new film, Run All Night.  He appeared alongside singer-songwriter, John Legend.

While discussing the legacy of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement and the current tensions, Stewart expressed what he’s seen from white people who are resistant to discussing structural racism.

“I mean we know that that existed. I don’t even have to keep bringing that up. It’s like being in a relationship and continuing to bring up the person’s issues.”

“There’s a real vein of anger, like ‘Hey, man—I didn’t have slaves!’” Stewart stated. “But they’re not talking about that, they’re talking about a power structure.”

Common, while not countering Stewart’s statement, offered his perspective on the way to heal wounds that have existed on American soil for centuries.

“We all know there’s been some bad history in our country. We know that racism exists,” the star conceded, before adding, “I’m…extending a hand. And I think a lot of generations and different cultures are saying ‘Hey, we want to get past this. We’ve been bullied and we’ve been beat down, but we don’t want it anymore. We’re not extending a fist and saying, ‘Hey, you did us wrong.’ It’s more like ‘Hey, I’m extending my hand in love. Let’s forget about the past as much as we can, and let’s move from where we are now. How can we help each other? Can you try to help us because we’re going to help ourselves, too.’ That’s really where we are right now.”

“Me as a black man, I’m not sitting there like, ‘White people—y’all did us wrong,’” Common continued. “I mean we know that that existed. I don’t even have to keep bringing that up. It’s like being in a relationship and continuing to bring up the person’s issues.”

Well, I guess it took Kean University to wake Common’s ass up. They nixed him as their commencement speaker–just hours after making it.  It was objected to by state police when lines from an old rap song praising Assatta Shakur (accused of killing a police officer) surfaced on the Dean’s desk one fateful morning.  Uhm-huh.  Yup, Common, just smile and BE HAPPY…right?


What bothered me and other Black people is his attitude was more like a couple having a bad romantic relationship.  It sounds almost juvenile, but he basically wants all of us to just “love one another and get along…”

This is complete superficial bullshit.  It tugs at the heartstrings but doesn’t force anyone to think deeper about serious issues of racial prejudice and hatred or specifics as relates to the conflict.

Around this same time, Raven Symone found herself under fire for her defending the racist remarks of Univision host Rodner Figueroa that he made against First Lady, Michelle Obama while appearing on The View.  Even Co-host Rosie Perez, blasted Figueroa for his comments and went on to speak about racism in the Latino community.

“There is a secret in the Latin community—specifically the Caribbean, Central American Latin community—they are very racist,” said the Puerto Rican actress. “They never want to be in the same group as black people. And it’s sad. It’s very, very sad. And he did say that Michelle Obama looked like a cast member of Planet of the Apes.”

Symone objected, however.

“Was he saying it racist-like?” she asked. “He said he voted for her later, and I don’t think he was saying it racist.”

“This is a problem in the Latin community. We do not talk about that,” Perez stated, emphasizing her disgust that a racist joke would be made about the First Lady of the United States.

But Symone defended her position.

“Not Michelle Obama—Michelle, don’t fire me for this, but—some people look like animals. Is that rude?” she cracked. “I look like a bird… so can I be mad at somebody that calls me ‘Toucan Sam’?”

Raven Symone had already been under fire for her comments on Oprah, as we all remember.  “I’m an American. I’m not African American.”

These people are in the limelight.  Their comments travel around the world in seconds.  What they say has an impact on us because for most of the world, many don’t interact at all with Black people and only know us by what they see on television.

Something interesting was noted in several articles about this New Black nonsense.  “It’s the premise of the idea that black people’s reaction to racism—and not the racism itself—is what must be addressed as an effective distraction that decenters the struggle of black people. It centers the comfort of white people, absolving white supremacy and indicting black rage as “the problem.”

Their attitude is one of “I am Black. I achieved–you can too.”  Sounds like a bit of romanticism, perhaps as a counter to the constant negativity that many Black people must endure in their pursuit of the American Dream.  It’s like they told themselves that they achieved their success through personal drive and ambition that is unique to their experience.  They achieved in spite of racism–not because it doesn’t exist.

Being exceptional is nothing new to Black people.  We’ve always mastered opportunity and achievement in light of the oppression that many of us have had to face in this country.  White Supremacy demands that we become excellent in order to sit at the table with white mediocrity.  The audacity of that.  But that’s the truth of this relationship with White America.

These celebrities are disconnected from the very community they pose as speaking for.  They spend most of their time trying to imitate life through their associations with whites in the elite classes.  Of course they don’t want to damage their relationships to money, power, and fame.  Thus, their attitudes begin to reflect and empty and distorted view of the very people that made them who they are.

From Bill Cosby to the annoying Don Lemon, this act is old.  We don’t need Black celebrities speaking for us when they aren’t involved with us.

Personally, I would appreciate it very much for The New Black celebrities to shut the F### up!  You don’t speak for me and it is further ordered to discontinue speaking with condescending rhetoric and smug denials when confronted with the realities of race and racism.

Your act is old and tired.


Reference: The Daily Beast; article 3/05/2015

Courage: Where Are Those Who Will Stand Up And Do What Must Be Done?


Story of David:

As children, we were taught one of the greatest stories and lessons from the Holy Bible. 1 Samuel, verse 17.  It is the story of King David.  But before he became King over Israel, David was a little shepherd boy.  As a shepherd boy, one must protect the sheep.  They are vulnerable to many predators.  If their lives are threatened, the shepherd oftentimes must risk his to protect the herd. His first act of bravery was to kill a lion.  Then he killed a bear.  David was just a teenager.  But he was special.  God noticed him very young.  It is one of my favorite stories.

Elohim referred to him as “a man after his own heart.”  Why did God love David so? What qualified David? Who by all accounts, was quite the scoundrel, but God loved him.  What was it that God saw in David that impressed him so? Because…David heart was completely pointed toward God.  He had absolute faith in God.  When David went up against Goliath, he had complete confidence that God would deliver him from danger.  David knew early on that God was to be trusted and obeyed.  This pleased God and he was rewarded for it.

Second, David absolutely loved God’s laws. Third, David always gave thanks to God. No matter what he was going through in his life .  It was one of the finest characteristics within him.  We all remember the part of the story where David was worshiping and praising God so much, his clothes came off.

Third, David was truly repentant.  We all know this part of the story: “It happened, late one afternoon, when David arose from his couch and was walking on the roof of the king’s house, that he saw from the roof a woman bathing; and the woman was very beautiful. And David sent and inquired about the woman. And one said, ‘Is not this Bathsheba, the daughter of Eliam, the wife of Uriah the Hittite?’ So David sent messengers and took her, and she came to him, and he lay with her. (Now she had been purifying herself from her uncleanness.) Then she returned to her house. And the woman conceived, and she sent and told David, ‘I am pregnant’” (2 Samuel 11:2-5). The mighty fall hard, and David’s fall included adultery, lying and murder. He had sinned against God and he admits it in 2 Samuel 12:13: “David said to Nathan, ‘I have sinned against the LORD.’ And Nathan said to David, ‘The LORD also has put away your sin; you shall not die.’”  We should all follow David’s example and acknowledge when we’re wrong.

In conclusion, David demonstrated his faith in God on a daily basis.

So, what does this have to do with Black people?  Everything.  We too are the love of God’s heart , yet, we have fallen. Like David, we have had our courageous ones who’ve fought many battles: slavery, abolition, Jim Crow, Civil Rights, racial violence, et al.  We too have had many victories but we also have had to face the enemy under trying times for our people. However, we have never strayed away from God.

In these trying times, we must not forget who are parents and grandparents prayed to. They trusted in God through everything, and so must we.


We are not weak and we most certainly must act courageously in whatever situations that we face.

God first breathed his spirit into a Black man–his first creation.  We are a reflection of him and must never forget that he will never leave us nor forsake us.

For we truly our a people after God’s own heart.

Acting On The Presumption of Intelligence…


I don’t allow whites on my blog.  But today, I responded to a white man who seems to think that Black people will just have to accept the fact that without white people, we can’t do anything.

However, I let his post stand so that others would respond to him.

Today, I choose to speak to white folks in general who have the same attitude as this misinformed Caucasoid:

Any Black person in America can tell some story  of a white person trying to insult their intelligence on some level.  Even Black professionals tell tales of how white coworkers often talk down to them–even while having more education than them. It’s ingrained in whites from birth that they are supposedly more intelligent than Black people.  However, from my interactions with whites over the years, and particularly while now residing in the south; white people are not that intelligent, if one is to look at emotional intelligence and not conceptualized views of it, as is promoted by the white media. They are not more intelligent.  What they are basically are products of a media system, designed by white males, who market image and other brainwashing techniques that project a certain psychological and visual aesthetic of a valued paradigm they wish to convey about themselves. It’s not substantive.  White people have developed their attitudes and thought patterns through their associations with other white people who think like them.

I simply say this: If white people are so intelligent, why are they the only people on earth who have to be rescued from mountaintops?  White people seem to have a pattern for participating–even to the point of death, in activities that are physically harmful.  Surely, intelligent people should know better than to walk through the desert without sandals and no access to water.

White people only assess their intelligence based on their psychology of themselves not through actual evidence or scientific examination.  Basically, many whites look at others with a microscope while looking at themselves with rose-colored glasses.  Their innate pathologies prevent them from seeing or understanding anyone else’s point of view.

But Black people see the truth.

In 1996, the white population reached negative birthrate. And given the position that “we’ll always need white folks”; my rebuttal to that in regards to nature, not so. White skin is a result of a genetic defect (you can’t produce melanin). You see, white people have always acted on a presumption of intelligence. White people, in their your grand whiteness, have assumed that every race on earth can’t do anything without their participation. That is historically incorrect and based on an attitude of pathological narcissism. Through their psychic affinity, all of what makes up White America was created. But I pose this question: Where was the white man when the foundations of the earth was created? When the white man appeared on the earth–emerging from caves, 100,000 years of history had already been completed. Civilization began in Africa.

It is very clear that many white people have never heard of Black Wall Street. Blacks had only been freed from slavery for 46 years and were quickly becoming an economic threat to white supremacy. Something had to be done to impede it. The economic success of these Black people scared whites so much, they resorted to violence to stop it.

Black people don’t fear white people; many simply don’t over-stand just how weak white men really are. White people became who you are because of KNOWLEDGE SUPPRESSION. Using information and misinformation as weapons of psychological warfare against Black people and other people of color in order to oppress, handicap, and destabilize those groups in which you felt would impede the economic empires you built from the labor of poor people. White people can’t compete with us fairly, thus, you bend the rules to your favor, strengthened by white supremacy, and extended privileges based on your white privilege. This is what has caused so much destruction of many people of color. We have had to adopt to a paradigm that was meant for our destruction; it was meant to keep us below the ceiling of our potential.

Ever heard of Universal Law? Innately, white people are evil people. They have no spiritual consciousness and this is why you have been selected by nature and God for extinction. Their actions on this earth have been judged and this is your sentence.

If they didn’t fear Black people; there would be no need to hinder this population for their survival.

That is coming to and end.

There are higher laws in this universe and they apply to white folks as well. Like it or not.

God is Calling His People Back To Him!


The perimeter of truth is in what is factual.  Who are the people that are judging Black people, really?  What have they produced?  What have they changed?  I am a woman who believes in Black People, but I do not accept white people who are engaged in immoral acts–“many of them”, who think they know everything, watched a few Black shows; then, they decided, hey!  A new way to control Black people.  If I talk fast enough, sound deep enough and trick them into thinking “we care about them”; I can make some money off of fools who don’t actually read.  And that’s how I see many white folks

So many questions about Black people; but do they realize they’re talking about God’s first creation?  What temerity does something that burp, farts, and shits, have in questioning an omniscient, omnipresent, omnipotent God?  Where were they when the foundations of the earth were created?  Many white folks don’t believe in God and call Black people spiritually immature for believing in God.  They have problems with a deity that is actually superior in his nature and demands accountability in his creation. He gave Black men entry into his kingdom and spoke into a Black man, giving life to us all through him.  A question for white folks: ? Do you think it is inconsistent for someone who “lacks belief” in God to work against God’s existence by attempting to show that God doesn’t exist? The Bible describes how Christ looks. And many people within the Bible are African.

Conscious Black People, It’s time to do what needs to be done. We are the gatekeepers of consciousness and it is the responsibility of ALL BLACK PEOPLE to maintain spiritual order on this planet. The cowardice that has been tolerated is no longer acceptable.  We are responsible for guarding this earth from spiritual defilement. Everything that is happening right now is a result of the war the Black man has had with himself.  His enemy is determined to steal his identity, as Jacob did to his brother Esau; claiming all rights to a birthright that doesn’t belong to him.

The enemy has tricked many to believe that we are less than he.  We are not intelligent, says he.  But who gave him knowledge? What has the Caucasoid done in relation to creation?  Where was the white man when God created the heavens?  Does he think that he can tell God about the stars?  God knows their names.  Where was the white man when the morning star sang?

As God quizzed Job in the Old Testament, speaking from a whirlwind…”And who is this that speaks words without counsel?” I pose these questions to the white man:

This is the most powerful event in the story of Job. It is often one of the most talked about books, but not many people even remember pastors talking about this part of the story. It’s a lesson to those who dare question the power and authority of God.

Get off your knees and FIGHT the enemy!  We are God’s people.  Many of us have gotten too comfortable being subservient to this low, reactive, reptilian brain, genetic defect.  God will allow what we allow.  Everything that has been happening is to MOVE US back to him so that we can restore spiritual order on this planet.

When you attack Black people, you are challenging God.  Do not make war with God.  Many men are not prepared for the confrontation.

So…Will Black Lives Matter To The Pope?


Well, Rome has invaded America–so to speak.  The Pope has decided to pay us a little visit in the grand Ole U-S-A.  The first by any pope in 7 years.  He’s been given the royal treatment alright.  All the while, not one reporter has even pondered the question of whether or not the head of the Roman Catholic Church even gives a damn about all of these Black people being killed by police within the past year.  As the supposed moral head of one of the largest religious denominations in the world, he should be obligated.  He’s spoke on everything else.

So how will this play out?

Racialized police brutality is the monster staring in the window.  Does he confront it or does he just close the window blinds and pretend it’s not there?  If he does speak out it will be unprecedented and will cement his credibility with an audience who is largely Protestant.

The Washington Post recently reported that St. Louis reverend Traci Blackmon met with the Pope’s advisers in Vatican City to discuss racial violence and unrest in Missouri and other places around the country.  Blackmon believed that based on the Pope’s tendency to speak out on various issues over the course of his appointment; he believed that it would be most competent to speak about racism on his visit as well.  “The history of Pope Francis’s remarks indicates that he wouldn’t come to the United States and not address the issue that’s most pressing,” she wrote. “And here, that’s race.

Given the protests and the intense presence of the Black Lives Matter protesters, interrupting presidential candidates stump speeches, and provoking the public to acknowledge the presence and value of Black people’s lives,systemic racism, police brutality, etc., it just would make sense.  This also would give strength to his demands for worldwide racism and discrimination to end.


In regards to American racism, Pope Francis has a large cache of historical denouncement and apology to reference.

You can’t preach the Gospel and not speak out against the violations of human dignity, life and basic right to life that the Bible teaches against.

As an individual, I really have never been motivated by any Pope.  I was a child when Pope John Paul II came to Chicago in 1978.  Like Pope Francis, he was very popular with the people.  You know what he did?  He apologized to African descented people for the Catholic Church’s role in slavery.  Yes.  The Catholic Church is guilty of this also.  He acknowledged that the church did not always act morally in regards to the issue of human slave trafficking and bondage.

If Pope Francis does speak out against it, he will continue in the tradition of papal leaders to calling for an end to racial violence and injustice.  He will thus become a natural ally with U.S. religious leaders for this continued American fight for freedom.

Only then will African Americans pay attention or even care.

Lauryn Hill Wanted To Sing to God; And the Illuminati Crucified Her Career!


Remember her? A Jersey native. She embodied cool from jump. The essence of Black beauty, talent, and a seer-like wisdom way beyond her years.  She is naturally beautiful, photogenic, interesting, and the camera loves her.  Even Dr. Dre wanted to work with her in the beginning of her career–he saw it too.

We were first introduced to Lauren Hill, via The Fugees, and she killed us softly. We were never the same.  She then furthered the punch with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill and 10 million copies later; Ms. Lauryn Hill became her generations Nina Simone.  Singing about every social issue affecting the new millennium, her album pulled no punches. She stood for the truth and would not compromise that.

The record executives at all of the record labels are all part of a cabal that is backed by the elilte and its sole purpose is to make money from the talent of the young, hungry, naive artists, who are literally forced to sign contracts that enslaved and controlled them.

For the last 7 years, there has been a lot of talk about the Illuminati’s takeover of the music industry–Hip Hop in particular. It’s been talked about in barber shops, beauty shops, chat rooms, Youtube, Twitter, facebook; even DVD’s created discussing it.  The countless famous names that have been dropped as either being part of or damaged by the Illuminati reads like a Who’s Who. Whatever the arguments, there’s no denying that this corruption or takeover literally played a part in the downfall in one of Hip Hop’s brightest and gifted artists.

When Lauryn started with the Fugees, she stood out as the talent of the group.  People knew she was a star that was meant to shine.  Their first album, Blunted on Reality, was a nice debut of the group but it wasn’t until they released the smash album, The Score (selling over 2 million copies worldwide) giving them superstar status.  Back to back popular singles, Fugee-lah and Killing Me Softly (radio couldn’t get enough) that took the group to the next level but the primary focus was on Lauryn, given her natural presence being the attraction of the group.  The Score would reach multi-platinum status, becoming one of the highest selling albums of 1996–even earning the group a Grammy nomination, but this would mark the end of the group and the beginning of their solo careers.

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill 1998


Lauryn was working on her solo album around this time.  She was taking a different direct for her music.  There was tension between the Fugees crew, mainly between Wyclef and Lauryn.  He was noticeably absent from her new album.  Some of the songs on the album obviously hinted at the tension.  In addition, Lauryn was battling her label over her new sound and where she wanted to take her album. They wanted her to to take another route but Lauren had a vision for her album and wanted it another way.  She felt the label’s idea would throw off the concept of her album so she stuck to her guns.  The album went on to becoming a critical and commercial success. Lauryn had won.  She became a mega solo act overnight. Big doors were opening up for her; larger ones than with the Fugees. She became the first woman to be nominated for 10 Grammy’s in one year and win 5 in one night.  The album would remain as one of the greatest albums to come out in a decade.  Had everything worked right, Lauryn would have become a successful artist but a positive spokesperson for young Black women and sex symbol in her own right.  Agreed.

So what happened?

The first issue was being sued by the group New Ark who claimed to have written over 95% of her album.  This was a serious accusation, giving the impression that Lauryn was a fraud and was not writing her songs.  The label settled for 5 million.  Fame started to become too much  for her.  She despised having to maintain a “perfect” image all the time.
She felt that label heads had too much power over her.  Then her relationship with Rohan Marley was on the rocks.  She had to make some changes.  She fired her entire management team.  Stopped watching television, doing interviews, and became a mystery all together and vanishing from the industry all together.  In her own words: “I had to step away when I realized that for the sake of the machine, I was being way too compromised. I felt uncomfortable about having to smile in someone’s face when I really didn’t like them or even know them well enough to like them.”

The rumors would swarm of her going crazy, doing drugs, joining a cult and having a nervous breakdown.  The answers to those question would be revealed in an MTV unplugged special where Lauryn made her first appearance in years.  This was a different Lauryn.  She sat on a stool with a guitar, no make-up, her trademark locks gone–replaced with a baseball cap and headband.  She seemed depressed, looking for a way out of the life she had chosen.

To this day, I refuse to watch that performance.

She would vanish again only to appear in the 2004 Dave Chappelle Block Party, reuniting with Clef and Pras, fueling rumors of a reunion, but that would not be.  As before, egos would clash.  Wyclef accused Lauryn of diva tactics, claiming her insistence on being called, “Ms. Hill.”  Her behavior would extend also in not showing up for rehearsals or showing up late for performances.  Her erratic behavior would continue over the years, wearing bizarre costumes when performing shows. Her fans would become extremely angry at her behavior, particularly showing up almost an hour late for shows.  Going as far as to show up in clown wigs, bad make-up, and circus outfits. The memes were unforgivable.


Lauryn was clearly battling something or just trying to figure out how to get out of the rabbit hole.  This would seem to end when she had to do 3 months for tax evasion in 2013.


Entering Into The Light

Looking at the Big Picture, perhaps everything that happened to Lauryn was her way of not selling her soul to the record labels that wanted to control her.  She found out the truth and like Dave Chappelle, she walked away, rather than end up like Whitney Houston.

Today, people like Jay-Z, Swizz Beats, and Beyonce have reached out but some see it as a trick of the elite to use these known Illuminati pawns to draw her back to the evil.  They hate it when people reject them or leave (they won’t let you leave).

She’s made surprise appearance on albums by Kanye West, Method Man and had a song dedicated to her from Talib Kweli.  In May of this year, The Fugees front-woman received the Golden Note Award at ASCAP’s 28th annual Rhythm & Soul Music Awards.

Lauryn Hill has been through a lot in the course of 20 years, including birthing 5 children.  She is a magnificent artist and deserves to be happy. I can only wish her the best.

One of her best performances (2013)

The Illusion of the White “TRICK”, Oops, I meant Chick!


Many Black men today have or will be approached by white women these days. There is a prevailing attitude among many white females that every Black man on earth wants and desired them.  Thanks to the construct of mental images throughout the world, created from the racist minds of white males of the white female being the most desirable above all women; a lot of attitudes toward Black men and women are merely white people projecting their arrogance and fear onto our people, as a means to divide and conquer the two most powerful people on this earth: The Black man and Black Woman.

Interracial marriage and couplings are being promoted by the white media as just another ploy in that tactic in order to stop Black men and women from creating Black babies.  They hate seeing a happy Black man with a Black woman.

Over the years, I’ve seen many IR couples and I don’t become disrespectful toward them, however, I want to be truthful. Intrinsically, I lose respect for any Black man or woman who lays up with a white man or in particular, a white woman.  Why? Because it means that such people have bought into white supremacy.  It also promotes a different kind of hate: The Hate of Self.

Whenever you scan the topic of IR relationships between Black and white people; it’s never about love, but the infusion of hatred.  Just go to YouTube and check some of the various video titles: White women hate black men!White Men Who Date Black Women But HATE BLACK MENWhy white men hate Black men with Asian women or non black women, etc. Nothing promoting love of himself or his woman; just provoking him/her to choose a white man or woman as an initiate to white supremacy; life over death so to speak.

The late Elijah Muhammad once said that “The white woman would be the last trick the white men would play on the Black man.”


We are living in those days.

The white female is the prize trophy.  She embodies the symbolism of everything minorities have been conditioned to covet. To reject her means that a Black man sees clearly how the white woman and her body is being used and exploited as bait to lead Black men to destruction. He is not blinded by the Illusion.  Nor does he desire the symbol of death that white women truly represent.  Many Black men were killed because of the lies of white women.  And the U.S. Government allowed it.


To compete with Black women; many WW get bust and hip implants. As example, the infamous wife of Ice T is a good example.  This degenerate of a man allows this woman to look like a whore–and behave like one, as he smiles into the camera, and says, “cheese.” What a buffoon.  A real woman should never be discarded for white trash!  I never liked Ice T and frankly, I always felt he was a wack rapper. However, the man represents strongly how some Black men in this country continue to be deluded into thinking that a white woman is his equal.  Quite the opposite.  She is a genetic downgrade.  The Black woman is the only woman who is genetically compatible with the Black man; Black people have the strongest genes on earth.


This woman, Coco, is surgically enhanced.  She’s also had numerous sexual affairs with other Black men. Yet, this MF just holds onto this slut as if she’s some prize he can’t let go of.  Ice T is sick man and I for one am tired of his kind.  You know the ones, the guys in the club, the thugs, criminals, sexually deviant, and psychologically impaired black males who always have attitude towards Black women who have a problem with them dating or marrying white females who enable them.

I’m so glad I never had to look like a Ho in order to keep a man interested in me.

Black women have the edge over white women image wise in some degrees.  We are considered strong, bold, sassy, sexy, articulate, smart, and fearless.  However, these qualities have brought on labels such as, “The Angry Black Woman“.  No. we’re not angry; we just know that white women are not our equals and should not be esteemed in any way, shape or fashion.  We recognize them as bottom feeders. Black women are within their territorial and cultural rights to challenge, confront, and expose white women for what they are: Their image is the creation of the white male who is the promulgator of white supremacy. And the white female has benefited from that system at our expense. In essence, how dare anyone think a Black queen would bow down to a cave bitch! They have and are being used as psychological warfare against our people to infuse cultural discord between Black men and women in order to destroy the Black family.  You want to know why some white women raise their black children as biracial?  Because many can’t admit to themselves they bed a Ni##er and gave birth to a non-white child.  White women have done nothing to esteem the Black community.  We’re not impressed and as anything that is dominant, we are merely attacking something that is inferior and is a genetic defect.

The greatest response to White Supremacy is BLACK LOVE.  Put it in practice; and there will be no need to have to defend our lives or qualify our humanity to a low, reptilian-brain, reactionary, genetic flaw.