George Lopez: Don’t marry somebody Black!

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It seems that comedian George Lopez has caused quite an uproar recently. Earlier this week he was doing a comedy show in Phoenix,Arizona and offended a woman in the audience.  The controversy started when Lopez was telling a joke.  During the routine Lopez said :

“There are only two rules in a Latino family. Don’t marry somebody black and don’t park in front of our house.”

Apparently there was a biracial woman in the audience that got upset.  From what I hear she was black/Mexican.  And gave Lopez the middle finger.  Then Lopez began to insult her using profanity. Lopez told her:

Sit your f—king a— down! Sit your f—king a— down! I’m talking b—h,” said Lopez, while the audience cheered. “You paid to see a show, sit you’re a– down. You can’t take a joke, then you’re in the wrong motherf—king place. Sit your a— down or get the f—k out of here.”

Why is this shocking to black people?  Don’t we already know many Hispanics don’t like black people?  This goes for many Mexicans,Cubans,Dominicans and Puerto Ricans.  Yeah I know there are blacks in many Latin countries.  But you know who I’m talking about. I’m talking about those European latinos.  These people worship whiteness. They will work with you in the workplace but most don’t like their children marrying black people.  Most of them have a strong anti-black sentiment.  That’s why the mostly Hispanic audience laughed at the joke.  Lopez didn’t say don’t marry a white person.  Why not??  It’s because most the Mexican audience love white people. If you look at Mexicans they look closer to white than black for sure.  But see I have a different take on it.  I’m not upset at him because he only told the truth.  None of these Hispanic groups want their sons or daughters marrying black people. I think most of them hate our dark skin and African(nappy) textured hair.  They see blacks as inferior and don’t want to mix with us.  Some Mexicans even disown their sons and daughters for marrying blacks.  It’s only you brain dead negroes who hate yourself that are offended.  Why do we want to be accepted by those that hate us? Why can’t we love ourselves?  I’m not offended because I already knew this.  I knew black guys in high school that dated Mexican girls.  Some of the guys told me they weren’t allowed in their girlfriend’s house.  Either the Mexican father didn’t approve or the mother.  Sometimes it was both.  Black people need some self love and black pride.  Then you wouldn’t be offended by the jokes from some ugly pizza-faced washed up comedian.  I don’t want mixed babies so I don’t gave a damn if he wants me in his family.  I remember when he had his talk show a few years ago.  He did a DNA test and found out he was 55 % European,41% Native American and 4% African.  I don’t trust most of those DNA tests anyway.  But even if it’s true it shows he is more European than anything else.  So maybe that’s why many of these so-called Latinos hate black people.  They are mostly European so what would you expect?  Being white and anti-black goes hand in hand. I keep trying to tell black people that these “people of color” are extremely anti-black.  Everyone that has some melanin is not your friend.  Don’t be fooled because someone has brown skin.  This goes for Hispanics and brown-skinned Indians as well.. As a side note,I actually met Lopez about fifteen years ago at a mall.  He was there promoting a radio show he used to host.  He really is an ugly looking mestizo in person.

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Look at this pic(above) of Lopez.  Dressing in drag???  Not only does he have a problem with black people but I guess he’s an undercover homosexual as well.  These latinos are funny to me.  Lopez says he hates Donald Trump because Trump is a racist towards Mexicans.  Yet Lopez has the same racist attitude towards blacks. Blacks haven’t done anything to Mexicans.  We never had a war with them.  We never had them as slaves or colonized their land.  So why do they hate us?  Why do all these racial groups hate on black people? Sounds kind of hypocritical to me.  Maybe it’s just racial pride.   Some people want to preserve their race and culture.  I can respect that since I’m the same way. I love being black and I love my African culture. I don’t want to mix with them anyway. But I just don’t like the fact that all these races use black people as a punching bag.  Everyone likes to shit on us!  And I’m really getting tired of it.  Trump wants to build a wall to keep the Mexicans out.  I used to be against this idea.  Now it’s starting to sound like a good idea.  The only problem I have with the wall is I keep asking myself…is it to keep the Mexicans out?  Or to keep us in?  Anyway let me know your thoughts on Lopez. Was he right?  Were you offended?  Or was racism expressed by Hispanics something you already knew?

Baby picking cotton(payback is due)

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They had our babies picking cotton??  Forgiveness??  I’m not forgiving shit!!  I wont forgive or forget. As a matter of fact, we shouldn’t even have to pay taxes for what they’ve put us through.  Payback is long overdue!

Umoja Karamu- Embrace your Heritage

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Umoja Karamu (oo-MOH-jah kah-RAH-moo) is a celebration of unity within the African-American family, community, and nation. Umoja Karamu is a Swahili term meaning “unity feast.” Many African Americans celebrate this day as an alternative to the national Thanksgiving Day holiday. The unity feast may also be observed during Kwanzaa celebrations in late December.

The concept of African and African-American unity is centuries old. But during the 1960s and 1970s, it was a major focus of black nationalists. During the 1980s and 1990s, Afrocentric scholars such as Ishakamusa Barashango, lecturer, author, and founder of Philadelphia’s Temple of the Black Messiah, drew further attention to the theme.

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Barashango, who died in 2004, argued that African Americans and black people of the diaspora should reject such European-American holidays as Thanksgiving and concentrate instead on understanding Africa’s culture and values that are the distinctive heritage of black people.

In 1971 Brother Edward Simms Jr. of the Temple of the Black Messiah in Philadelphia developed Umoja Karamu to celebrate the African-American family and home. According to Barashango, Simms defined the purpose of Umoja Karamu as “an effort to inject new meaning and solidarity into the Black Family through ceremony and symbol.”

The date for the holiday, the fourth Sunday of November, was established by the Temple of the Black Messiah in Washington, D.C. African Americans in other cities, including Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Chicago, soon followed the example.

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The celebration is based on five periods of African-American life, each represented by a color.

  1. Prior to Slavery – the color black, represents black families before slavery
  2. In Slavery – the color white, symbolizes the scattering blacks families during slavery
  3. Upon Emancipation – the color red, marks blacks’ liberation from slavery
  4. Struggle for Liberation – the color green, significances the struggle for civil rights and equality
  5. Looking to the Future – the color gold, points celebrants to hope for the future

Black Issues: View from the Sista’s Perspective

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These a lot of issues going on in the black community. So much news going on about police shootings,racial tension and the upcoming Presidential election.  Most of the time we hear from black men on these topics and how it effects the black community. And many times the sistas get left out. But I think we need to listen to hear what black women think as well.  In this video(above) the narrator is the beautiful sista Alkebulan Mind. These intelligent conscious black women being interviewed are  Ast Sepeded,Jolene Phillips and Angel Marks.  We need to have more discussions like this in our community. These sistas touch on a lot of different subjects that need to be addressed. Watch the discussion and I’m sure you’ll find it interesting and informative.

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