Thursday, January 14, 2016

Tamir Rice and The Niggro Jesus Syndrome

What's woody wood, grasshoppers?

I quickly wanna touch on the LeBron James/Tamir Rice issue

For those who’ve been living under a rock for the past few months, 12-year-old Tamir Rice was shot and killed by police officers for allegedly pointing a toy gun at other people in a park…on one hand, you have people who say during the time of the shooting, Tamir's toy gun wasn’t visible to the naked eye in a state (Ohio) where openly carrying guns is allowed…on the other, folks are saying Tamir shouldn’t have been pointing the toy gun at anyone in the first place, and therefore, the shooting was done in response to his alleged actions that was told by the person who called 9-1-1

That’s funny, because the last time I checked, I thought police officers were supposed to at least negotiate and diplomatically diffuse a situation before using excessive force

But anyway, now Tamir’s mother, Samaria Rice, is now supposedly disappointed at NBA basketball star LeBron James for not using his influence to speak up against police brutality

I’m not gonna attack the woman, but it’s crazy how the focus had shifted from the actual police shooting to LeBron just that quick

Niggroes always fall victim to distractions


As far as this situation, niggroes want people to do shit that they don't have the heart to do

I'll be the first to call a sell-out a coon, but that doesn't apply to LeBron because...

1.) He's an ATHLETE, not an activist...

...and he never claimed to be the revolutionary-type to begin with

2.) Black people need to stop leaning on celebrities and instead put pressure on their local community and religious leaders who take money from them every week, but don't say shit about socio-political issues that affect the people daily

The come-save-us-please messiah syndrome that niggroes put on celebrities is pathetic

Black people should move as a COMMUNITY like ants in a colony instead of relying on people who really don’t owe them shit except for giving them their money's and time's worth by the way of entertainment

3.) Everybody can't be Muhammad Ali, and even then, Ali was backed by an organization (Nation of Islam) to help him against the opposition

And last, let's say if LeBron did make a stand and subsequently loses his livelihood because of his views about the case, do you think Black people will be there to financially support him for speaking out???


Niggroes don't even support Black businesses


Aight, I'm out

Peace and Afro Grease

Nah'Sun the Great @

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