| posted on 9.23.2016 at 01:33 AM
Coons, Toms, and Democracy Now!
My head is exploding. I just watched a segment of Democracy Now! where they talked about the Black Wall Street. They had a niqqa on that I swear,
you'd mistake(?) for one of the Black Spies of Mississippi. Amy Goodwin who hosts the show, FED this niqqa questions designed to bring out the
TRAVESTY, the brutality, the destruction of property that went on during the White Riot that destroyed it. Niqqa smiled like the coon he was and made
PABLUM answers to each of her questions. For instance:
Moderator: The U.S. Army bombed the Black Wall Street from the air.
Niqqa: Well, there's "controversy" about that. Some say it was private planes that flew "surveillance" over the Black Wall Street during the riot, that they used kerosene and nitroglycerin to set fires to the
black neighborhood of Greenwood.....
She didn't ask what devices were used. She SAID the U.S. ARMY bombed Greenwood! Kerosene, nitroglycerin, ATOM DAYUM BOMBS! Who give a shiit?!!! They
BOMBED the Black Wall Street!!!!!
Moderator: Tell us something about the Black Wall Street.
Niqqa: It was a black business district with black entrepreneurs.
Silence. Nothing. All the while I'm waiting for niqqa Joe, who wrote a BOOK about The Black Wall Street to start quoting some FACTS, like:
But did he? Nope. Next question....
I was so pissed I was nearly spitting nails (niqqa kept that "reasonable" Uncle Tom grin on his face as he spoke). But, I told myself, hear him out.
Listen to the end. And at the end, I ran to this computer to vent my DIE! COON
There were other instances were the niqqa-coon was fed questions that led to REAL instances and facts. In each case, he practically "deflected" the
questions with his "politic" (read 'white pleasing') answers that said basically that the Black Wall Street was a "poor" black community.
Seriously. That was the impression he gave. He said NOTHING about the varied and sundry businesses that thrived, nothing about the whites of Tulsa
living BENEATH the blacks, that their businesses were failing left and right (it was the Depression era). No. Just some po' black foke with shoe