if you sport white skin in America, you cannot make one single comment
concerning race. You cannot make a joke, tell a story or say anything that
would ruffle the feathers of any other race in America.
if you are black, you can use the N-word with impunity in speech and
songs. You can call whites “crackers,
honkeys, whitey” and worse names with no consequences.
white America elected the first black president, it also brought out the worst
in some black Americans that should know better, act better and think with a
brain instead of emotions.
actor Jamie Foxx on Saturday Night Live this past weekend
started a wild fire
of anger and responses with his racist diatribe on national TV. If a white person had said anything like Foxx
said, “I get free, I save my wife, and I kill all the white people in the
movie. How great is that? And how black is that?” That white person would be arrested for hate
crimes. He would have started black riots all over the country. He would have been on trial for his
life. If he had been a white movie star
or a politician, he would have been buried by the media.
during the SNL performance, viewers in the audience cheered Foxx for every
racist comment he made.
I'm going to tell you right now, speaking of blackness, my President, President
Obama is back up in the White House four more years,” said Foxx. “How black is
that? And not only that, he’s so black, he was playing basketball during the
Election Day. How black is that? But he was also late for his acceptance
speech. Okay, all the white people, this is your turn - how black is that?”
America, Foxx earns multi-millions of dollars for his acting. His black brothers in Africa die of
starvation by the millions. In America,
he enjoys freedom of speech while his black brothers in Africa die of AIDS,
rapes, war and malaria. In America he
drives a car while his black brothers and sisters in Africa drink polluted
water, eat food out of garbage dumps and generally suffer brutality from the
continued, “But he going to be extra black this next four years. He going to
get everything black, and white people, don't get nervous about that because he
is mixed. Now the first four years was the white side of him, because I don't
know if you saw him on Ellen when he was dancing and everything. I don't
know what this is. That wasn't President Obama, that was President Barry Gibb
Obama. But the next four years he's even changing his name from to President
Barack Dikembe Mutombo Tupac Mandela Hussein Obama X. How black is that? And
the next time you see him dancing on Ellen, he gonna be dancing like
raged that, “Black is the new white. I’m telling you, how black is this right
here? You know how I know black is in right now? Cause the Nets moved to
Brooklyn. How black is that? They got black jerseys, black court. I mean, how
black is that? And Jay-z is the owner, a rapper. How black is that? And Jay-z
only own about this much of the team. But he act like he own all of New York.
How black is that?”
Foxx enjoys his riches, food, clothing, a toilet and shower, and shelter while
his black brothers and sisters in Africa live in horrid starvation, war and
diseases daily. At some point, instead
of denigrating Americans of all colors, he might get down on his hands and
knees and thank his lucky stars for living in America.
we expect this country to survive in the 21st century, we need all
citizens to respect all races, creeds and colors as one human family. Otherwise, we will continue on our long slow
gallop toward separation, division and angst.
Foxx must move past his racism, whether joking or not, and become a healer for
his race and the other races that share this country with him. This country houses blacks, whites, browns,
reds and yellow people. Everyone needs the same respect, honoring and sense of
Foxx’s funny form of racism will continue to divide and separate all
Americans. It’s not funny, it’s not
good, it’s not humorous and it’s not going to make America a good place to
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