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I have been an a hiatus for a good while now.
Some things are behind me, some more are still ahead.
I am looking forward to posting again.
see more soon.
Let's just call a spade a spade please.
Racism will never die. Here is a shining exasmple as to why.
The recen Crisk Rock comment about Whites and The Fourth of July.
Give me a fucking break.
If a Whitey made this comment, reversed all the nouns and colors, it would have created a shit storm of controversy.
Reverse discrimination is just fine in this world.
Let it go already.
Millions of Chinese were brought here in the Gold Rush to build railroad's and other Capitalist projects. You ever see a Chinese person scream foul and demand reparations and shit for free?
White People’s Day: Chris Rock Joke Sparks Backlash!If you missed Rock’s tweet, here you go:
In response to Rock’s joke, several people have taken to a wide variety of social networking sites to express their disappointment with the comedian, going as far as to say they intend to swear off his movies entirely. Others took their anger and fashioned it into a micro-blogging response of their own, many of which you can find at the bottom of this article.
Of course, not everyone was deeply offended by Rock’s message. Actor Don Cheadle and Zach Braff both thought the joke was just that: a joke. If anyone is shocked that Rock issued a racially-oriented tweet at the nation’s expense, they obviously aren’t very well-versed in the actor’s brand of biting, hot-button comedy.
Elon James White, host of This Week In Blackness, spoke with The Huffington Post regarding Rock’s controversial comment. His insight into the matter is pretty spot-on:
I find this Chris Rock backlash absolutely ridiculous. Really? Someone tells the truth and you mad? I’m American. I never claim otherwise. I never give the “We didn’t land on Plymouth rock” speech unless its in a really funny way. But part of being American, to me, is that I have to acknowledge all the bullshit that comes with it. Basically some folks came over, stole other people’s land, killed them, then started a country on the backs of my people, while killing them, and then at some point they freed the slaves but then oppressed them and killed them some more. Do I have the ability to do things here that I wouldn’t in some parts of the world? Yes. But my family paid the price for that in actual blood, sweat and tears. If more people were like Rock and acknowledged the truth maybe we’d be in a better place as a Nation.