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A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 28, 2014, 07:39 PM »
Playing the race card?

Judah Prince TJ JP

The RACE card and its illusion and misconception!:

 Let's speak on this "race card" phase thats thrown around when a person of Negroid "African" or "Melaninted" decent; speaks on the atrocities and injustice they have received as a people for is is called deflection; often when the spot light has been shined on the horrific, savage, barbaric, deeds of a system and people that can not survive any other way than the nature it has always produced... The race card is thrown out from them who are to prideful to simply admit; the system of white supremacy is a system of power, and those who are classified as "white" benefits from it knowingly and ignorantly unknowingly as a survival defense mechanism!

 What my people need to understand is this term is not coined by us and should never believe you have the ability to "play" such a thing! But understand the origins of this phase stems from a conversation around someone else's dinner table; that is not our own.....again as a deflection of the truth.... They know you have been conditioned to love your enemy, so when they blame you as being capable of demonstrating the same actions and mindset they have, YOU subconsciously feel sorry for "master" And revert to cooning!

 the "race card" reverse racism is often "played" When in reality neither can apply to us.....

 For example if we could play such a card... That would mean we gain power on " playing" it.... Can I go into a bank and play it, and get that loan??? Can I play it when I get pulled over by the Kkk.???.... Can I play it and boom got that car?? Job...change laws ect can play any cards you want to in a game, but when the deck is stacked, what can you do??

 This further lets you know who is the author of this term..... Because this is not a game to US...

 The race card is a deflection from having to admit the truth about the white supremacist mindset America was built and continues to thrive off!

 And when you negroes wake up and come out of that turn the other cheek mentality, that was forced on you on on the plantation, and could care less about how a beneficiary of this systems feels about YOU telling, showing, over standing, and sharing the truth, you will see the deflection deception and illusion of the RACE card!!!

A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 28, 2014, 07:35 PM »
Nat Turner and the slave rebellion. A huge turning point in history. I drive by the historical maker where this happened in Southampton cty, Va.

Here's a detailed video about this event. It is fascinating.
A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 28, 2014, 11:11 AM »
We had a section about what was thought to be Negro spirituals, but in actuality they were escape songs giving specific directions for the slaves. We had a lot of detail about what the songs meant and when they were used, as well as the slave holder's reaction to them.

Well I here is a link I think you all will enjoy. not only will you hear the explanations, but you will hear the songs being song. Be sure to pick the correct TV station for PBS streaming. Scroll down for a plethora of educational information.
A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 24, 2014, 02:49 PM »
A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 22, 2014, 11:53 PM »
With the spotlight being on the misconduct by many police forces across the country, wouldn't you think that the dept heads and would focus on better training or even getting rid of the jack booted thug mentality?

Instead we have this:
A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 22, 2014, 04:23 PM »
White supremacy.  Can you define it? All the narratives and comments about how intelligent the white race is, manifest destiny, can you define it?  White privilege that's invoked to tell black people how they are all apes and criminals, can you define that?

I can and I'll show you exactly what it's all about:;_ylt=A0LEVvOlDkhU3V8ACbUPxQt.;_ylu=X3oDMTBsa3ZzMnBvBHNlYwNzYwRjb2xvA2JmMQR2dGlkAw--?_adv_prop=image&fr=yhs-ironsource-fullyhosted_003&va=mourir+nigger+hunting+license&hspart=ironsource&hsimp=yhs-fullyhosted_003

Any questions?

A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 18, 2014, 10:53 PM »
Take a deep breath guys. You'll get worn out just watching this.

The Poetic AX ~ Sharp Critique / Re: we may as well undress...
« Last post by WordFaery on October 18, 2014, 10:30 PM »
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The Poetic AX ~ Sharp Critique / we may as well undress...
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A-Friends Cafe / Re: Black History
« Last post by A-FRIEND on October 04, 2014, 10:53 AM »
Remember the discussion we had on the movie song of the south? There was much more to that discussion and the reasons the civil rights people had problems than simple political correctness. In fact I have often found when you have a discussion on civil rights and black people's insistence on exposing the truth of their history, you'll get those that just want to hang on to any white supremacist notions in spite of all efforts to demonstrate what the truth is. You know what their most used defense is? They accuse black folks of political correctness. Do you know why? Because it changes the direction of the conversation from seeing the racism to giving cover for the racism. In other words, when you hear someone slinging the political correctness term, it's because they have no other answers, no substance, no facts, but they will do anything to derail facts about black history.

In fact just do a study on where that term came from and you'll see it's one of the manufactured terms invented by Newt Gingrich to give cover to those who couldn't win a debate if it was handed to them, but I digress.

Back to my main reason for this post. We had a discussion about the movie Song of the South, so now lets talk about some of the cartoons from that same era. Ever notice the caricatures used to represent black people in those cartoons?
Take Tom and Jerry for example. For those that want to sling the term political correctness, pay close attention to what one of the cartoonists says about the images he used of black people.
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