The Reverend Not-so-Sharpton stood with his hands extended high and wide saying, “I hate white people this much.” But Sharpton is not considered a hater. He was much sought after by 12 of the Democrat presidential candidates who made the pilgrimage to his humble abode to kiss his ring.
(Article by Don Boys, Ph.D. republished from AllNewsPipeline.com)
When it was time to renew his television show, his credentials were examined (but the ratings were ignored) and yes, he was qualified because he is still black. That seems to be the reason Al is a television star. Al is paid $500,000 annually by MSNBC for his television work and he pays himself over $200,000 from his civil rights non-profit organization.
You might think that a television star with a net worth of up to $5 million and annual income of over $700,000 could pay his bills but Al still owes $4.5 million in state and federal taxes and he often forgets “to pay travel agencies, hotels, and landlords,” according to the records. In 2015, Al paid almost $2 million on his back taxes.
In 2004, Al bought himself a Rolls Royce Phantom for his 50th birthday. That is the most expensive production car in the world, with a base price of $475,000.
That is one Baptist who was not held under water long enough!
Just kidding, but he is not my kind of Baptist.
A black killer in Dallas who killed five police officers and injured 14 other innocent people said, “I want to kill white people, especially white cops.” When asked if the shooting should be considered a hate crime, President Obama said, “It’s hard to know what his motives are.” Can’t Obama understand clear English? The killer was a hater and his race or political position did not matter. By being a defender of hate, does that make Obama a hater?
It seems hate is identified depending on the hater and the hatee.
A French rapper named Nick Conrad has a song titled “Hang Whites!” that declares, “I enter day care centres, I kill white babies, Grab them quickly and hang their parents, Take them apart to pass the time.” In one scene, the rapper and an associate drag a white person along a street and kick him in the head. The lyrics include calls to kill white people and their children.
That’s hate by a self-described “black artist, Parisian, proud sophisticated” or more precisely, a French jerk who shot to fame with his hate-filled “song.”
Thaddeus Matthews, Memphis disc jockey, interviewing Charlotte Bergmann, a black, female conservative Republican candidate for Congress a “token negro” and “curly-haired nigga.” He added, “I’m so sick of your sh**, yourself, and I’m about to put you’re a** up outta here,” he said. “You are a token negro that white folk have control over.” As she got up to leave, she tried to shake his hand, and he refused saying, “I don’t need to shake your hand. I’m scared because some of that whiteness might rub off on me.”
Thad, the black hater of Whites, is still a disc jockey in Memphis. Charlotte won her primary but lost in the 2018 general election. If I say nigger—even in an innocent and nonracist way (as I do here), I’m called a racist but if an actor or rapper does so, he is an artist. I suppose that’s artistic license.
No, it is nonsense. And, for sure, no race or group “owns” some choice words.
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