- Aug 21, 2012
Hmmmmm. I guess the Op will eventually get around to addressing President Darn Old Duck Trump "A White man" referring to Black Queen Manigault as a loser, deranged, a lowlife and a dog. I believe he vilified her reputation and worst violated her sanctity on Monday the 13th day of the year of our Lord two thousand and eighteen. I believe the OP resorting to excoriating us Black men who never not once laid claim to Mrs. Manigault-Newman possessing immoral values or to be looked down upon as a Black woman of ill repute is off base but the OP like anyone else is entitled to his opinion. The real Politics-101 is Mrs. Manigault-Newman's character, loyalty and integrity as a Black woman with a modicum of political power to make good of it for other Black women, men and children is what we as a race that she is a member of spit on the legacy of our Black elders both male and female by posturing to and more so praising the Devil Incarnate. Mrs. Manigault-Newmen rendered herself unemployed by her own narcissistic self promoting pomposity and arrogance.
And here it is now Friday the 24th day of the year of our Lord two thousand and eighteen and not one peep from the OP. concerning White Bossmans vitriol towards Mrs. Manigault-Newmen.
So basically the poster is saying: "Well, other groups of men disrespect Black Women too and you're not saying anything about them."
And then he introduces his violin for the audience by next saying:
I believe the OP [is] resorting to excoriating us Black men who never not once laid claim to Mrs. Manigault-Newman possessing immoral values or to be looked down upon as a Black woman of ill repute...
What can we reasonably conclude? Is it not logical for us to conclude that--like we've been pointing out since the beginning in this room--that an in-depth understanding of politics and power seem to be evading the grasp of these posters? Including Mr. Watkins.
They cannot grasp how striking this Black Woman in this fashion does not serve the village. They cannot grasp that it's puerile to justify a black man's pejoratives towards Black Women because of the existing pejoratives against her from other groups of men. So, what are you saying, "Since white men are pushing Black Women off the cliff, hell, why can't black men push her off the cliff too...I mean, after all, you're quiet on them (white men) pushing her off the cliff."
Think about what you're saying. And while you're thinking about that, think about what Dr. Ishakamusa Barashango (1989) writes in his book Afrikan Woman: The Original Guardian Angel. He addresses the posters head on:
"Unfortunately, some brothers may be a little less than comfortable with the resurgence of this knowledge."