Wednesday, July 09, 2008

House Negroes on Fox: Juan Williams, Jesse Lee Peterson, etc...

I gotta say this (Excuse the language, folks!):

The first and second clips are courtesy of Youtube.


F*CK JESSE!! F*CK AL!! F*CK JUAN!! AND ALL THE REST OF YOU "SELLOUT NEGROES!!"

It's really a shame when "House Negroes" get mad at a Black man (Well technically, Obama's biracial, but this IS American after all.) for actually having a legitimate shot at being the First President of Color.



It's a damn shame.

And for Jesse Jackson wanting to "cut Obama's nuts off" (That's an actual quote, as you will soon see.) well...





F*CK YOU, JESSE!!

YOU ARE JUST HATIN' ON OBAMA BECAUSE HE DID WHAT YOU COULDN'T!!

HATIN'-ASS HOUSE NEGRO!!


3 Comments:

Anonymous Billy The Blogging Poet said...

Jessie and his kind built their empires on hate and set American race relations back many years. Obama represents true equality and is a risk to the haters way of business.

Thursday, July 10, 2008 5:29:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What is a house negro? How does that compare to a field negro?

Are there any other types of negro I should be aware of?

Is a house negro like "housing" as in "girl I'll house you."

I've always wondered what that meant.

Thursday, July 10, 2008 8:53:00 AM  
Blogger Ken B. said...

Thanks for the comments, people.

A "House Negro" in modern terms is someone who abandons and betrays in own people to be like the so-called "elite or ruling class." They are usually treated better in the media, like Fox News, and are often seen degrading their own kind, much like a bigot or racist would do.

Case in point: If Jesse was really for helping Black folks, why is he ALWAYS parading on Fox News, a network that's negative not only to Blacks, but to just about anyone with common sense. He never does anything but line his own pockets. And he's not the only one that does that.

Obama wasn't talking down to Black folks, he was saying that dead-beat dads (which Jesse Jackson IS ONE) need to do better for their kids. This can be applied to Blacks, Whites, or any other men in ethnic group.

A "Field Negro" is someone that "goes against the grain" (as far as the "elite class" goes) and is true to himself and has a genuine concern for his own. he's not usually all up in the TV or anything, but is doing what needs to be done (like stressing education and actually trying to educate) to better his and his own's situation.

The two terms can acutally be applied to any ethnic group (w/o the word Negro, of course) that's the underdog in their respective society. Example: Chinese people in Japan. A Christian in a Muslim country or in Israel.

Also notice how I say "elite class" instead of saying "White folks." The reason: Not all White folks are part of the "elite class."

Thursday, July 10, 2008 1:32:00 PM  

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