We won’t start by talking about how the National Anthem was written by Francis Scott Key—a slave owner who started the American Colonization Society to get FREE black Americans achieve a goal white people often email me about -
Go back to Africa
We don’t even have to talk about the fact that the Star Spangled Banner is racist itself…
In 1706, the members of a Boston church gave the pastor Cotton Mather a gift bag with a very special present--an enslaved Black man named Onesimus.
( That's how they collected tithes and offerings, but times were very different back then)
But Mather couldn't STAND Onesimus
Some of it was because Onesimus laughed his ass off when Mather tried to convince him that God was white. Mather said Onesimus was "wicked" because he was too smart. Plus, Onesimus tried to tell Mather something that was unbelievable.
When will we address the attacks on our most prominent Black families that the entertainment industry has allowed to happen for half a century?
It’s time to expose the truth.
I know some people will call this a conspiracy theory but I’ve been tracking this for 40 years and the public needs to know about it. If nothing else, we need to protect ourselves.
It began with the murder of Elizabeth Sanford in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles
Some people say that the killer was targeting Fred, but its clear it was a coordinated attack. I don’t know who did it, but I bet the police were involved. Why do you think Hoppy and Smitty were always snooping around? And everyone knows Rollo was an undercover agent
Remember when we wanted to spread Christianity to ppl who "live in Darkness and miserable Ignorance of the true Knowledge and Worship of God, and may in time bring the Infidels and Savages, living in those parts, to human Civility, and to a settled and quiet Government"?
Oh, wait... That was the First Charter of the Virginia Company of London who built...*checks notes*...Jamestown
About 75-80% of the Black people who fought in the US jihad we called the American Revolution fought AGAINST the USA
At least England had the decency to evacuate them.
When Chip Roy enrolled in @UVA in 1990, he had to provide his immunization record before he could step foot on campus. He did the same at @UTexasLaw. Was that a mandate or a passport? But wait… There’s more.
In 2011, Chip Roy was diagnosed with Hodgkins Lymphoma. Thankfully, he survived with the help of chemo and a drug called Brentuximab, which had been GRANTED ACCELERATED APPROVAL at the time.
And here’s the thing about vaccine passports and mandates:
In 1922, the Supreme Court declared that schools could require “vaccine certificates” after a woman named Rosalyn Zucht challenged a state law.
Roy knows this, not just because he went to law school. But Rosalyn Zucht was literally from the district represented by Chip Roy.
2. In the last 10 yrs, more unauthorized immigrants left the US than entered illegally. That's why the unauthorized immigrant population has declined
Also, more than 100 people have entered my home. They also left. Only a dumb person would wonder why my house isn't crowded.
3. Opening borders wouldn't help Democrats
Even if Candace Owens was smart enough to know how math works, she would still be too dumb to know that immigration policy is determined on the federal level. Only citizens to vote in federal elections.
First of all, we can’t act like this country has never been this divided before. Before the Civil War, it was worse than that. There was a whole intra-state civil war over whether or not Kansas would allow slavery. The
Pro-slavery Democrats burned down an entire KS town and stole a cannon. A pro slavery Democrat beat Charles Sumner damn near to death ON THE FLOOR OF CONGRESS. They had to throw out entire elections.
Then there was the CIVIL WAR civil war. You know, the big one
It finally happened. One of my worst fears came true today but with faith and courage, I managed to overcome this nightmare scenario.
I was working from home, minding my business when my dog came to let me know he needed to go outside. I’m letting him out in the backyard when I get a message on slack that I’m supposed to be in a meeting, so I leave the back door cracked so he can come back in
Halfway through the meeting, I hear tapping. I figure it’s Omar. He’s 165 lbs & can open the door with his face, but he’s so dumb (or polite) that EVEN WHEN THE DOOR IS OPEN, he won’t come in unless I explicitly let him in (or maybe he’s a vampire)
No one has EVER said they wanted to eat, shop and live around white people. In fact, the TRUE origin of legalized segregation has to do with something that NO ONE (aside from @sullydish) wants to talk about truthfully:
See, for years, white people have believed, for some reason, that Black men find white women irresistible. No one knows where it came from. But it is a thing that a LOT of white people believe.
It's has shaped American history in ways we don't talk about.
I know it sounds lewd, but let's see:
When white people first came and stole the land, they said the people & children "which shall happen to be born within...any of the Limits and Precincts of the said several Colonies and Plantations.. "
Some outlets say Zaila Avante-Garde is the first Black woman to win the Scripps National Spelling Bee, but she’s the 1st AFRICAN AMERICAN
Jody-Anne Maxwell from Jamaica won in 1998
Others say she’s won the NATIONAL SPELLING BEE, which is an interesting story…
The National Spelling Bee that we watch started in 1925. But it was the SECOND one.
The first National Spelling Bee one was held in 1908 but something crazy happened.
Now, to understand how big this was, you gotta remember, there was no NBA, NFL, baseball was all-white and Netflix had very little content so people used to get together and do boring shit like make blankets or husk corn.
On this day, 102 years ago, an event kicked off one of the worst periods of white backlash in history.
It started because of a 4th of a July parade.
Every year, the town of Bisbee, AZ held a big 4th of July parade. And, as usual, the racist police officers were the stars.
White folks in Bisbee LOVED the police
Mostly because it gave them jobs. See, Bisbee had gold, silver & copper mines along with turquoise deposits. Ofin the early 1900s Mexican workers began coming to Bisbee to work in the copper mines because something happening across the US made copper really popular:
First of all, Dan Crenshaw represents Texas' second district, part of which includes Harris County, some places over there & some other parts
It's hard to explain because Crenshaw's district can only be accurately described as: "the white people near Houston"
Look at this:
See, the 2010 census showedTexas gained 4 million new people. But Texas had to figure out how to keep their districts majority-white, so the GOP gerrymandered the electoral map so bad, a federal court said:
"Come on y'all. You be racist but I can't let you be THAT racist!"
First of all, you should know that critical theory, as a tool for examining social structures, has been around for more than a century.
Broadly put, no social structure is perfect, and all social structures must be examined
And we know that when you examine or "critique" something, especially a society, the critique is NEVER objective. It is always colored by the perspective of the observer. I know this sounds like something someone says when the edible kicked in, but here's an example.
"25.6% of Blacks live in zip codes with few or no primary care physicians, compared to 9.6% of Asian and 13.2 % of Whites. The disparity disappeared for Hispanics after controlling for socioeconomic factors."