Discussion in 'Black People Politics' started by Keita Kenyatta, Feb 29, 2012.
He told the truth.
I really believe that he has some spiritual protection because he has been doing doing anti-establishment routines for a while and he is still around.
In the Spirit of Sankofa,
.......Good point Charles IKS, very good point; the so-called Jews are upset with President Obama.
No spiritual protection needed because he is telling the truth as part of his comedy routines. You heard the way the people were laughing, but what he was saying was no laughing matter. His message can easily be dismissed as jokes, therefore he is no threat to the establishment.
i hate seeing one Black Man call another Black Man a puppet, when they are both controlled by the same thing.
it's just so weird to me.
Queen Destee, let me explain it this way. It was sad that he said what he said...but what he said was correct. I think that his point was one that you as an Afrakan woman have been able to see and digest better than or more so than the masses of our people. The masses of us who may not have expanded in consciousness the way that you have, may actually believe that President Obama does have power. They may really believe that HE is running things as many of us may incorrectly believe. So even though he did in fact make that reference, the bulk of his joke was on this country as a whole as opposed to just President Obama. Just a thought.
LMAO, I was just watching this the other week.....it sorta surprised me to hear Eddie Griffin talkin about this......
to a large degree I agree with you...and I even think comedians like Eddie Griffin, Paul Mooney, Pryor, Chappelle, etc. would agree with you...but their message still gets through to some of us who take it as more than just a joke.............
it's hard not to laugh at this.
but he said that in the Buddhist religion they smoke opium; i did not know this, or maybe he was joking?
My favorite part was when he said that 'wherever we [America] land we don't leave', and then he said something like 'I thought this was the United States of America not the United empire of earth...
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