Black Entertainment : Was this film made to test our level of insult Tolerance?

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  1. Alarm Clock

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    lol...what the....lol
    This reminds me of something from Tales From the Hood.
     
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    Yes but at least the "dolls" was done with some dignity! "Ooga Booga was what they always showed Africans as saying in Tarzan movies, so it became a hallmark of White racism to say Ooga Booga when refering to anything African!
     
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    We have to contrast the general plight of our relations with those who also aid our peoples enemies...

    Some do so out of ignorance...

    Others to advance their own agendas...

    Recently one of their white defenders even dared to title his book and its premise: 'Why Aren't Black Rioting Again?'

    Urban Rebellions and Revolutions are quite different things...

    FYI...
     
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    lol
     
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    Some mimic us to defend their own b. s.

    I don't fall for their (mind) pysche games...

    I'm no child...

    Their tactics reveal how they choose to stereotype and typecast us...

    The intent is to deceive and mislead...

    Some don't care how they win...

    In times like these, they're growing desperate and fearful, no telling what 'dirty tricks' they will try next..

    It's a matter of which take some can or will accept:

    I. e., something as revealing as RAGTIME, or a retread of THE GREAT GASBY (with pencilled in black characters)?

    Don't just forget about that other 'classic' and whitewash, THE BIRTH OF THE NATION, and who got hyped to be the 'saviors of the white race'...

    The KKK...

    Always remember...

    Never forget...

    :SuN020:
     
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    Ah, Alarm Clock. The Africans in Tarzan movies were foils, servants, background scenery. From the looks of the trailer, Ooga Booga is not only the STAR, but he's nobody to trifle wit! OOGA BOOGA! :SuN004: :lol:
     
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    looks very low budget... but.. why can't there be a little black african ooga booga character? At some point African american people are going to have reconcile their shame regarding Africa..
     
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    Can you expand on that please?

    However, what that movie remind me of, based on what's shown in the trailer, is that incredibly stupid movie that was suppose to be about Muhammad and the origin of the Islamic Faith that [allegedly] cause Muslims around the world to go off last year. I'm tellin' you, to me, that whole incident had government covert-ops' fingerprints all over it with the intelligence-community's stamp of approval.
     
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    It's my opinion that most African Americans are actually ashamed of Africa.. and want no real association with Africa. Even among many of the so-called Afro-centric.. they still don't know how to feel about the Tribal thing.. whip out a video like this and watch them shrink:

     
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