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jjhunsecker

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How crazy is Kanye West ?

I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens

https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454


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While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.

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Reply #1 posted 04/24/18 3:21pm

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He loves Candace Aunt Tomita.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #2 posted 04/24/18 3:48pm

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so they have to all think and act as directed?

Anyone for banning the AR15 must be on the side of the criminal as once banned only criminals will have them.
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Reply #3 posted 04/24/18 3:51pm

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If they don't want to get beat down.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #4 posted 04/24/18 4:12pm

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2freaky4church1 said:

If they don't want to get beat down.

so if a person of color is not in lock step you think violence is the answer?

Anyone for banning the AR15 must be on the side of the criminal as once banned only criminals will have them.
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Reply #5 posted 04/24/18 6:40pm

uPtoWnNY

jjhunsecker said:

I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens

https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454


I like this passage :

While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.

So Owens feels black folks who protest racial injustice are "whiners". I guess we're supposed to be good n******, smile, bend over and accept 2nd class treatment (something no white person would ever do). Malcolm X had the perfect description for negroes like her.

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Reply #6 posted 04/24/18 7:38pm

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uPtoWnNY said:

jjhunsecker said:

I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens

https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454


I like this passage :

While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.

So Owens feels black folks who protest racial injustice are "whiners". I guess we're supposed to be good n******, smile, bend over and accept 2nd class treatment (something no white person would ever do). Malcolm X had the perfect description for negroes like her.

As the article points out, and I've said many times, there's a MARKET for what people like her are selling

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Reply #7 posted 04/24/18 9:29pm

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OnlyNDaUsa said:

so they have to all think and act as directed?

No, "they" should just not be fucking idiots like Kanye, that's all.

"Our liberty depends on the freedom of the press, and that cannot be limited without being lost".
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Reply #8 posted 04/24/18 9:29pm

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jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

So Owens feels black folks who protest racial injustice are "whiners". I guess we're supposed to be good n******, smile, bend over and accept 2nd class treatment (something no white person would ever do). Malcolm X had the perfect description for negroes like her.

As the article points out, and I've said many times, there's a MARKET for what people like her are selling

Yep, sadly the world is full of idiots.

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Reply #9 posted 04/25/18 5:24am

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uPtoWnNY said:

jjhunsecker said:

I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens

https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454


I like this passage :

While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.

So Owens feels black folks who protest racial injustice are "whiners". I guess we're supposed to be good n******, smile, bend over and accept 2nd class treatment (something no white person would ever do). Malcolm X had the perfect description for negroes like her.

the irony is she is being attacked by people for telling others to think for themselves

Anyone for banning the AR15 must be on the side of the criminal as once banned only criminals will have them.
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Reply #10 posted 04/25/18 6:12am

uPtoWnNY

jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

So Owens feels black folks who protest racial injustice are "whiners". I guess we're supposed to be good n******, smile, bend over and accept 2nd class treatment (something no white person would ever do). Malcolm X had the perfect description for negroes like her.

As the article points out, and I've said many times, there's a MARKET for what people like her are selling

Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).

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Reply #11 posted 04/25/18 7:48am

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uPtoWnNY said:



jjhunsecker said:


I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens



https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454




I like this passage :



While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.




So Owens feels black folks who protest racial injustice are "whiners". I guess we're supposed to be good n*****, smile, bend over and accept 2nd class treatment (something no white person would ever do). Malcolm X had the perfect description for negroes like her.


Anyone who thinks people are whiners for speaking out against racial injustices need to get their heads check. Owens should remember her ancestors and those who stood by them, and why she is able to speak freely today.
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Reply #12 posted 04/25/18 7:54am

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jjhunsecker said:

I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens

https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454


I like this passage :

While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.

Pretty feckin crazy. Maybe he's learning more marketing techniques from the Kardazz krewe. As the article points out - there is a market.

Candace Owens of Red Pill Black, the toxic right’s newest African-American star

The clickable young black conservative thinks that switching political parties will cure racism — it never has

D. Watkins
September 25, 2017 6:17pm (UTC)

It’s no secret that most black people in America support the Democratic party. Owens went on to use her red-pill "Matrix" reference to explain how the plight of African-Americans would instantly change if we swapped parties. I’m not sure if she knows that African-Americans used to vote proudly for Republicans from the time we received the vote in 1870 all the way up until the aftermath of the Great Mississippi Flood of 1927.

You see, we truly represented the party of Lincoln until the flood left more than 200,000 African-Americans displaced — forced to live in camps where they were treated horribly under the Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover. Hoover made promises to right the wrongs that had been done to the black community when he became president a little over a year later. Like most politicians, he forgot those pledges as soon as he was elected, opening the door for Franklin D. Roosevelt to swoop in after Hoover’s first term and convert all those black Republicans into black Democrats.

So, switching parties is possible, but it's simply not the answer.

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Reply #13 posted 04/25/18 8:13am

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jjhunsecker said:

I was going to post this in the Music section, but really it's more political. Kanye has been praising Trump and some Black "conservative" woman I never even heard of until now, named Candace Owens



https://www.rollingstone....mp-w519454




I like this passage :



While the conservative movement frequently rejects outspoken black celebrities on the left, telling them to stand for the anthem and to "shut up and dribble," there is a proven audience for conservative ideas spoken out of a black vessel. It’s why we still know who Stacey Dash is beyond our memories of Clueless. Ben Carson, a legendary surgeon with zero political experience, rode a ridiculous presidential campaign into a Cabinet job. Even Diamond and Silk, the pro-Trump sister vloggers who once claimed Hillary Clinton was not their "slave master," are about to testify before Congress. So, I have no doubt that West’s tweets will raise Owens’ speaking fees and may even help her get a book deal. There is a proven demand for what she does, and for that matter, what West does.


So Kanye is telling the entire Black population to stop thinking about racism, as though we wake up in the morning, go out into society just to make ourselves targets for somebody else’s ignorant, racist mindset?


Hey Kanye and Owens..NEWSFLASH: The Black community did not create America’s institutionalized system of racism. So don’t blame us for it. We didn’t go out into society asking to be targets for racist mindsets.

We did not embed generational racism into the mindsets of ‘many’ within the White community, because Blacks did not create White supremacy ideology. That racist ideology was born out of White America. When is Kanye going to admit that? One day he says Bush doesn’t care about Blacks, then he tells Blacks stop thinking about racism. WTF? falloff

Hey Kanye, have you ever thought about the fact that Blacks just want to be the human beings that we are, without other people making their ignorant, racist mindsets our problem? Wake the f**k up Kanye.
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uPtoWnNY said:

jjhunsecker said:

As the article points out, and I've said many times, there's a MARKET for what people like her are selling

Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).

Who can you say "thought for themselves" more than Colin Kaepernick ? But you don't see any of these types praising HIM for "thinking for himself"....There is nothing wrong (or new) about Black people being conservative. But what the fans of people like this woman enjoy from her is the sight of a Black person tearing down other Blacks. And we know why that is...

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Reply #15 posted 04/25/18 8:18am

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jjhunsecker said:



uPtoWnNY said:




jjhunsecker said:



As the article points out, and I've said many times, there's a MARKET for what people like her are selling




Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).



Who can you say "thought for themselves" more than Colin Kaepernick ? But you don't see any of these types praising HIM for "thinking for himself"....There is nothing wrong (or new) about Black people being conservative. But what the fans of people like this woman enjoy from her is the sight of a Black person tearing down other Blacks. And we know why that is...


Bolded part. Exactly, because for some racists, that feeds into their ignorant beliefs about Blacks.
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Reply #16 posted 04/25/18 8:24am

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jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).

Who can you say "thought for themselves" more than Colin Kaepernick ? But you don't see any of these types praising HIM for "thinking for himself"....There is nothing wrong (or new) about Black people being conservative. But what the fans of people like this woman enjoy from her is the sight of a Black person tearing down other Blacks. And we know why that is...

Good point.

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Reply #17 posted 04/25/18 9:08am

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jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).

Who can you say "thought for themselves" more than Colin Kaepernick ? But you don't see any of these types praising HIM for "thinking for himself"....There is nothing wrong (or new) about Black people being conservative. But what the fans of people like this woman enjoy from her is the sight of a Black person tearing down other Blacks. And we know why that is...

JJ, making a whole lot of sense, as usual. biggrin

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Reply #18 posted 04/25/18 10:02am

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IMHO - Kanye has mental health issues. I think he as low self esteem (seriously) and therefore, feels the need for constant attention. He likes to shock people and make it look as though he's original and interesting, when in fact, I think it's all contrived. I really don't understand why people put him on a pedastal. I mean really, what has he done that's so special?? I also believe he's living in a dream/fantasy world and has no clue how others live in this world. Because of his mental illness, his life will be an up and down rollercoaster. I guess some people will always find him interesting, I'm not one of them.

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Reply #19 posted 04/25/18 10:53am

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2elijah said:

jjhunsecker said:



uPtoWnNY said:




jjhunsecker said:



As the article points out, and I've said many times, there's a MARKET for what people like her are selling




Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).



Who can you say "thought for themselves" more than Colin Kaepernick ? But you don't see any of these types praising HIM for "thinking for himself"....There is nothing wrong (or new) about Black people being conservative. But what the fans of people like this woman enjoy from her is the sight of a Black person tearing down other Blacks. And we know why that is...


Bolded part. Exactly, because for some racists, that feeds into their ignorant beliefs about Blacks.


And it gives them cover : "See, even this BLACK person agrees with me ! So I CANNOT be racist "....
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Reply #20 posted 04/25/18 10:56am

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IMHO - Kanye has mental health issues. I think he as low self esteem (seriously) and therefore, feels the need for constant attention. He likes to shock people and make it look as though he's original and interesting, when in fact, I think it's all contrived. I really don't understand why people put him on a pedastal. I mean really, what has he done that's so special?? I also believe he's living in a dream/fantasy world and has no clue how others live in this world. Because of his mental illness, his life will be an up and down rollercoaster. I guess some people will always find him interesting, I'm not one of them.

I completely agree. His whole life is one big freakish reality show.

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Empress said:

IMHO - Kanye has mental health issues. I think he as low self esteem (seriously) and therefore, feels the need for constant attention. He likes to shock people and make it look as though he's original and interesting, when in fact, I think it's all contrived. I really don't understand why people put him on a pedastal. I mean really, what has he done that's so special?? I also believe he's living in a dream/fantasy world and has no clue how others live in this world. Because of his mental illness, his life will be an up and down rollercoaster. I guess some people will always find him interesting, I'm not one of them.



I've said that for years, that Kanye was probably suffering from mental illness. He has delusions of grandeur, and may be manic/depressive. I thought that from when he stormed the stage years back when Taylor Swift was on it. And unfortunately, too many celebrated such behavior, as if he was "telling the truth "...
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Reply #22 posted 04/25/18 11:41am

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I'll move to North Korea if Yezzy wins the White House in 2020.

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jjhunsecker said:

2elijah said:


Bolded part. Exactly, because for some racists, that feeds into their ignorant beliefs about Blacks.


And it gives them cover : "See, even this BLACK person agrees with me ! So I CANNOT be racist "....

Lol...one of the famous last lines.
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Identity said:

I'll move to North Korea if Yezzy wins the White House in 2020.


I would never vote for him. He’s just as unstable as trump.
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Reply #25 posted 04/25/18 2:48pm

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Anyone who thinks people are whiners for speaking out against racial injustices need to get their heads check.

Some of the Org conservatives need to read this again & again until it sinks in.

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Reply #26 posted 04/25/18 2:49pm

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jjhunsecker said:

uPtoWnNY said:

Yep, typical right-wing bullshit. Anyone who has the audacity to protest second-class treatment and is not down with THEIR program can't think for themselves (which is the height of arrogance).

Who can you say "thought for themselves" more than Colin Kaepernick ? But you don't see any of these types praising HIM for "thinking for himself"....There is nothing wrong (or new) about Black people being conservative. But what the fans of people like this woman enjoy from her is the sight of a Black person tearing down other Blacks. And we know why that is...

......and there it is.

Thank goodness my parents didn't raise my brother & I to be the "good ones".

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Reply #27 posted 04/25/18 3:04pm

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Identity said:

I'll move to North Korea if Yezzy wins the White House in 2020.

falloff Yezzy mo better

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Reply #28 posted 04/25/18 9:03pm

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Reply #29 posted 04/25/18 9:45pm

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jjhunsecker said:

Empress said:

IMHO - Kanye has mental health issues. I think he as low self esteem (seriously) and therefore, feels the need for constant attention. He likes to shock people and make it look as though he's original and interesting, when in fact, I think it's all contrived. I really don't understand why people put him on a pedastal. I mean really, what has he done that's so special?? I also believe he's living in a dream/fantasy world and has no clue how others live in this world. Because of his mental illness, his life will be an up and down rollercoaster. I guess some people will always find him interesting, I'm not one of them.

I've said that for years, that Kanye was probably suffering from mental illness. He has delusions of grandeur, and may be manic/depressive. I thought that from when he stormed the stage years back when Taylor Swift was on it. And unfortunately, too many celebrated such behavior, as if he was "telling the truth "...

He is a sick freak just like Trump. God help us if this asshole gets anywhere near the presidency. What a sick world we are living in.

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