The Generation of House Slave, Steven in D’Jango: Can’t Be Tolerated Any Longer!

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Obsequious:

Adjective Obedient or servile to an excessive or servile degree

Synonyms

*servile-slavish*subservient-menial*fawning

Oh, you know what I’m talking about: The Black person who is always making excuses for white folks when they get caught exposing their true HATE of us.  This Black person is always quick to forgive.  They love being around white people so much; they frown at you if you don’t laugh at the jokes the crakkka tells–even the ones that aren’t funny.  They change the way they talk–trying to sound all erudite and scholarly; as not to be mistaken for a ghetto nigga.  Oh, God forbid that should happen.  They are quick to interrupt the course of discussion to let the white folks know that they are really “edjumicated”.    Ebonics?  What’s that?  

Seriously…I’m talking about THE HOUSE NIGGA.

You know what a house Negro is don’t you?  A house Negro, like the character Steven in D’jango is very self-serving.  He/she turns every situation and challenge to their advantage in order to gain favor with the master.  Including, spying on and getting other slaves in trouble.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7kf7fujM4ag

There are Black people who do this this very day.

Where are the “soul conscious” Black people? The discussions can be fused with African American related issues–and then some annoying font will make a comment that completely takes the discussion off course.

In light of everything that has been going on in the news of late, The Paula Deen N-word fiasco, The George Zimmerman trial, and all of the political debates regarding the Supreme court ruling to strike out a part of the Voter’s Right Act due to their interpretation that “the country has changed.”

No it has not. White racism is alive and well and I see it every single day and so do many of you.

All I can say is that when it regards race, it all boils down to PERCEPTION:  THEIR perception and OUR REALITY.

Basically, I’m tired of white people. I don’t like them and I’m irritated with Black people who just do not understand that white people have never been and will not ever be FRIENDS of our community. Everything they have done has been motivated by HATE.  Everything.  And many whites still don’t or won’t see that in themselves.  It’s called functional blindness.  However, in less than 30 years, they are going to be the minority in this country for the very first time in its history.  And perhaps then…they will get a taste of their own medicine.

What in the world will it take for Black people to see that?

Paula Deen is just another who was exposed for doing what many white people do every single day. I’m really not mad at her because I never bought into the hype about her–never bought any of her merchandise and I absolutely hate her cooking style. I am a native Georgian and I can tell you; the food that woman cooked, many of those recipes were given to her by Black women. However, some foolish among us, still are going to forgive her and continue patronizing her restaurant. If you do, basically what you’re saying to white people like Paula Deen is that racism doesn’t matter to you.

I will not be one of them. There is nothing at Paula Deen’s restaurant that I can’t prepare at home. Southern cooking is the norm in Georgia–and I cook it very well.

So…who’s the real fool?

What this really boils down to is self-respect as to the naive Black people who seem to think supporting Paula Deen’s restaurant is somehow going to win them favor with whites. And as relates to Deen: this is more so about her character and integrity. All of you know that woman would never be apologizing if this story hadn’t been exposed.

A colleague of mine and I were in a discussion yesterday and we both just came to the conclusion that there are just some Black people who are stupid and don’t realize how obsequious they are. You know them: always defending white people when they do wrong. Just like the character Steven played by Samuel Jackson in the movie D’Jango.

I found this article that really illustrates the attitude very well: Stacey Dash Reaches Out To Paula Deen With Support | MadameNoire | Black Women’s Lifestyle Guide | Black Hair | Black LoveAnd another: Some blacks willing to forgive Paula Deen’s gaffe

And yet I ponder…why some Black people are actually still not understanding that using the term “n*gga” when speaking to or about one another is not part of the problem.

Perception is reality ain’t it?

The Steven Slave spirit in many Black people must DIE and should no longer be tolerated!

*The irony here is that the name D’jango literally means: AWAKEN.  A message to Black folks.

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