Racial relationships and how they evoke emotional feelings in your life, creating even more tense racial relationships because you ain't doing nothing about it. Everybody is trying so hard to cover the truth, we can't face the reality of what truly was and is.
So why are you so enlightened by these movies pointing out the radical racism in America? Is it because you're working so hard you don't realize what's happening to you today?
I keep hearing gross racism in America is a thing of yesterday, but does the election of Barack Obama as President of the USA, change anything in your hometown? The only thing that has happened is these crackers have gotten worse and have vowed to continue getting worse until his nigger ass is out of office.
Next, if it has gotten better then, why are we marching in 2013? Is it every time we march the Quakers treat us better? Reasons for protests...
Does anybody in the Powers That Be know how tense racial relationships are in America? I can remember when the likes of DFCS would not help a family, with a man (black man) in the house. Now, what kind of shit is that? When it was frowned upon to receive benefits to which you were entitled and you were labeled as “lazy ass niggers who does not want to work”. Power is not what you have but what you think your enemy has.
So, why is there such a surprise when these very tense race relationships are brought out in a movie depicting yesterday? What could be more powerful than real life? Then, we sit around discussing whether or not the use of the “n” word is good. Good or bad, it is real and whether or not you use it ain’t changing what already is.
In other words, “Is taking a shit nice or nasty”? You can call it what you want, but it is what it is. I use the word nigger because the very dirt you throw in to bury me, I use to grow on. I don’t give credence to what you call me, can’t control that, but I can control to what I answer. The truth ain’t nothing but the truth.
The thought of people who have worked multiple generations, who were talented and skilled, but because of Jim Crow, because of discrimination, there was only so far they could go. And yet, with dignity and tenacity, they got up and worked every single day, and put up with a whole lot of mess because they hoped for something better for our future.
Isn't that what Barack Obama is going through right now? Isn't that how and why we go to work today? It's still the same today and even include black folk against black folk.
The sad part about all of this is, how long and how much we claim we’ve been working on this and yet it only gets worse.
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