Friday, April 2, 2010

New Video's


Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Grupie Tales....

So I know that the internet has been a buzz with a certain groupie who has been telling stories about the MANY celebs that she has Fucked... Now I dnt feel like going in detail of what she has done and with whom sooo Imma let this below video explain it...

And If you wanna see some of her Vids here they are... WARNING!! U might loose brain cells if you watch too long LOL

NYC Getting Ready for a War?

So I know that after 9/11 the city beefed up security all over the place just in case of another terrorist attack... But seriously.... The Subway is crowded enough without your machine gun toting cop...

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Maybe Howard Stern Should Pick on Someone His Own Size

Howard Stern went on the airwaves and blasted Gabourey Sidibe, calling her an enormous fat girl...

Peep the audio below

Was it in good taste or....

Monday, March 8, 2010

Why Can't We all Get Toghter

You ever look Jewish (Hesetic) people and wonder to yourself why can’t black people be more like that, well I know I have on SOOOOO many occations. The thing is that you look at other races of people in this country and across the world for even and it’s obvious to anyone that one race that not together is African Americans. But in looking at it I have always thought that there has to be a reason for this.

The first of many reasons why African American are not together as a people is the issue that HELLO not everyone considers themselves African American. There is this weird notion in this country that just because your skin complexion is dark or a shade too brown than you must be black or guess Latino. However, being black is a term or an idea that was put on many “Africa American” by others who thought that because a group of people all look alike they must all be from the same. However within the so called “African America” race there are so many subcategories. Although, it’s believed that everyone of who is Black or should I says looks to be Black in this country are of African Decent, many including myself don’t find that to be true. You have many who are Haitian, Bajan, Jamaican, and Trinidadian who are more inclined to be in touch with their Caribbean roots than that of their so called African roots. I recently posed a question to my followers on Twitter and Facebook asking how many of them actually thought of themselves as people of African descent. And the fact is that it's pretty even many feel that no matter what they will always be connected to African. Others feel that there is a connection but not as much. My FAVORITE teacher Mr. Muhammad put it in words that rings sooo true; "I am an American of African descent. As much as I would like the hyphen to be unnecessary my external reality does not match my internal reality." The fact is that society tells us that we are of African decent even if its generations upon generations removed.

However this idea of Blacks not being together as a people might not have been something that happened only because we don’t all recognize ourselves as Africans. Looking back at the history of slavery African were always pinned against each other, mostly through a document call the Willie Lynch Letters. William Lynch was a plantation owner in the West Indies, who believed that he had developed a way to control slaves. His control over slaves didn’t just mean for just the year of 1712, but he believed that he would be able to control slaves for years to come. On the bank of the James River in what was than the Colony of Virginia in 1712 William Lynch delivered his famous speech to many plantation owners giving them instructions on how to control there slave. Below is an excerpt from his speech:

“I have outlined a number of differences among the slaves: and I take these differences and make them bigger. I use fear, distrust, and envy for control purposes. These methods have worked on my modest plantation in the West Indies and it will work throughout the South. Take this simple little list of differences, and think about them. On top of my list is "Age", but it is there only because it starts with an "A": the second is "Color" or shade, there is intelligence, size, sex, size of plantations, status on plantation, attitude of owners, whether the slave live in the valley, on hill, East, West, North, South, have fine hair, coarse hair, or is tall or short. Now that you have a list of differences. I shall give you an outline of action-but before that I shall assure you that distrust is stronger than trust and envy is stronger than adulation, respect, or admiration.”

Using this speech William Lynch made sure that African Americans were torn apart using ours difference to separate us for years to come. Now think about it for years people have always had trouble dealing with shades of African American, more so for woman than for men. Music video's that put emphasis on the beauty of lighter skin woman than that of dark skin beauty. Than there is the generational gap that exists... However, none of this is enough to say that this is the reason that Black are not together as people... But it is something to think about.

Take music videos for example; with William Lynch letter he made sure to advise plantation owners to put light skin slaves against dark skin slaves. By placing light skin slaves in the plantation house many darker skin slaves became jealous hence the term house slave.. The same could be said with music videos today. Instead the inferior notion comes into pay with our children. Children grow up thinking that because they are not featured in magazines and on their television as much as light skin people then they are not considered beautiful.

But among all these reason of why were are no together as a people the most prevalent one to me is the fact that most blacks DO NOT CARE or have this nothing affects me attitude. And maybe this comes from a generational gap were many from my generation only hear stories of slavery but have never really experienced it first hand. Or the fact that reality has taught blacks in this country that in order to survive one has to have a survival of the fittest attitude. So that any other person who is up against you is not your brother or sister but they are just another person trying to take a piece of the pie. Funny is that we see this mostly in schools. Ask any High School teacher and I bet they will tell you that they have at least one student of African American decent in there class who comes to class but doesn’t do anything. This student is the student that would see his/her life slip away but wouldn’t care or will think that the things that happen in his or her life never touch the physical therefore never affect them. Sad life to live if you ask me. But that is life that some choose to live.

I can’t say that in this many years that the relations that WE as Black people in this country will change. But it’s nice to know that we at least know what is hindering us to come together. And know that it’s not a river; it’s not an Ocean or anything physical. But it’s the thoughts that have been instilled in our mind that cause us to continue to have this invisible gap in between us. But it’s my belief that with time and teaching to our children we will one day be more like the Jews.

FYI I know that this might be alot for some to take in but shit all my blog can't be about celebrities smh... Just in case anyone wanna hate lol :P