Kanye West

"George Bush doesn't care about black people!" - Kanye West

For those of you who don't yet know, these were the final words of an unsripted rant by probably the most popular and artistically talented rapper in the world right at a primetime benefit show on NBC last night.

Here is West's an extended quote:

I hate the way they portray us in the media.  "If you see a black family it says they are looting if you see a white family it says they are looking for food. . . (unkwown) . . . the black people, the less well off, as slow as possible. I mean -- this is -- red cross is doing everything they can. We already realize a lot of the people that could help are at war right now, fighting another way. And they've given them permission to go down and shoot us. . . . George Bush doesn't care about black people . . .

At which point, NBC struggled frantically to cut West off. I sense this is not going to play at all well in white America, but I also sense that this is a sentiment that is being felt acutely in the black community and I think his remarks will largely seen here in a positive light. And, this, in part, is my point.

As I said in my post, from yesterday, if nothing else, this crisis is going to relaunch race into the center of American public life in a way I don't think it has been for a while. Maybe since the LA riots of '92. I think it also going to put into sharper focus questions of economic inequality in a way it has not been probably since the early 90s as well. I don't know how I feel about all of this, because I don't think the ensuing dialogue is going to pretty. You already see the ramping up of not-so-thinly veiled racism in many of the more popular right wing websites in this country. In this sense, I think both sides - black anger and white racism - are going to continue to feed off each other in an escalating spiral. Here are some examples taken from free republic from yesterday:

1. "My understanding is we are supposed to house several thousand at Reunion Arena in Dallas as well.

. . . we need the zeroist of zero tolerance when it comes to behavior in these refugee camps. I'm not in any mood to put up with bussed-in criminals. We've got enough grown in our own backyard."

2. "Oh hell, we've got the illegals to take care of already - what's a few bunch of thousands more legal citizens in our backyard that we'll need to care for?

It already takes about 8-16 hours to be seen at the local emergency rooms because of the primary care being provided (for free) to the illegal aliens...

Heck, maybe they'll stay & drive the illegals out and take their jobs away - and wouldn't that be an interesting development?"

  1. "Here's the thing. The Astrodome is not the place for housing this many people for even 2 weeks much less a minimum of 6 months. We are talking about 20 to 30 thousand people with NO privacy and in an area that is already one of the most high crime areas of Houston. These folks, many single and many, as have been shown, have no inhibitions to take what they want are going to sit quietly in that building without taking advantage of the areas many delights i.e Prostitution, drugs and the whole gamut of entertainment'. This is a disaster in the making."

  2. "The Astrodome has a lot of parking around it. It's a fair hike and a tall fence before you get to much else of civilization except for the football stadium. If the National Guard is there to treat these folks like it was Gitmo, it might not be that big a problem. But if they keep the doors unlocked and let these people just wander everywhere unchecked, it will be a major problem. And just wait until Jesse and Al and the ACLU show up demanding this and that. Wait until the lawsuits start.

I hope somebody buys a bunch of Eddie Murphy and Cedric the Entertainer DVDs to put on the Jumbotron. That might just keep things down to a roar."

5. "My prediction is that Jesse Jackson declares himself pastor of the Astrodome. Recognizing the hardship of his flock, he will only require tithing of 5% of their FEMA stipend."

Hat tip to Pam Spaulding. Now I suppose this isn't "racist" in the sense they don't actually say "nigger," but the subtext is, well, rather strong.

Needless to say, I think this kind of thing is going to continue for a while time. What the Katrina disaster has done is opened the cellar door on some of those issues that lying seething beneath the sometimes placid calm of the American body politic - most specifically, race and class. Just as I knew when I work up the morning of September 11 in a Gainesville, Florida motel to hear what had just unfolded was going to transform American politics and society for good, I felt the same way by Tuesday night this week. Indeed, I think we are entering a new post- post- 9/11 phase in American political life. This doesn't mean that everything post 9/11, pre Katrina will no longer be. No. What I mean is that the kind of debates and issues that largely framed and animated our national discourse are now going to change. Whether or not this is a good thing, I have no idea.

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What a positive, uplifting statement!
All we need now is marchers chanting 'no justice, no peace' and a few matches. Maybe Jesse Jackson and the Congressional Black Caucus could notch up the rhetoric just a bit to help out.

Meanwhile, here a timeline, and here are reports from the Superdome: 1, 2, 3.

Perhaps you should stop and consider whether your past and present policies are helping or hurting.

by TheLonewackoBlog 2005-09-02 10:50PM | 0 recs
All you get when no one speaks
about the elephant in the room is stepped on. I am not sure what will happen either. I just know things can not continue as they are.
by bruh21 2005-09-02 11:02PM | 0 recs
I cheered when I heard it
We need to have the dialogue and it will not be easy, it will be both good and bad and we still have to have the conversation.

It's about time someone told the truth. George Bush and his supporters are racist. Bush may not believe he is racist, but he is. Maybe Trent Lott really believes he's not racist, but he is. Fox News is racist. You don't have to run around in white robes burning crosses to be racist.

The entire city of New Orleans was racist. I'm sorry, but the average income of whites in New Orleans was $31k. The average income of blacks was $11k. That kind of income disparity does not happen by accident and cannot be explained by anything except racism.

Bill Cosby despises black people. Armstrong Williams despises black people. Clarence Thomas despises black people. Racism is deeply ingrained in the American psyche. The last "colored only" signs on water fountains in Florida didn't come down until 1973. America has not made that much progress in the last thirty years.

The major networks will never allow a frank discussion about race to happen in America. Eric Alterman did a smackdown on "The Bell Curve" on Wednesday. There was a huge push by conservatives to get the premise of racial inferiority accepted as science. It turns out the whole damn thing was bunk, just like liberals said at the time: (scroll down past Katrina relief links)

The criticisms came in two waves. The first, largely from journalists and published in mass-market publications, focusing largely on the book's political implications; all they could do, really, was invite readers to accept their worldview as superior to that of Murray and Hernstein's. But because the authors were presumed by most to be far more expert in their chosen field than their journalistic critics, these criticisms enjoyed precious little authority to dent The Bell Curve's argument's impact and almost none in damaging the book's popularity. But the second wave of reviews, which did not arrive until much later, was comprised of expert opinion in the relevant field and provided a belated substitute for the peer-review process to which Murray and Hernstein were originally unwilling to submit.

The authors refused to submit their studies to peer review. That is exactly like trolls who show up at MyDD and refuse to provide links. The similiarities are amazing. You can absolutely rely on conservatives lying and just making shit up about anything and everything.

n perhaps the key test of the honesty of the underlying science of the book, trained experts in the field found they could not reproduce its results. For instance, one chart in The Bell Curve purports to show that people with IQs above 120 have become "rapidly more concentrated" in high-IQ occupations since 1940. But Robert Hauser and his colleague Min-Hsiung Huang retested the data and came up with estimates that fell "well below those of Herrnstein and Murray." They add that the data, properly used, "do not tell us anything except that selected, highly educated occupation groups have grown rapidly since 1940." In another example of same, also unearthed by Lemann, Herrnstein and Murray attempted to measure socioeconomic status by averaging four factors of equal weight: mother's education, father's education, father's occupation, and family income. Since the last two were missing from their data sample, however, they simply substituted an average for the entire sample. But six scientists at the California at Berkeley recalculated the effect of socioeconomic status, using the same variables but weighting them differently. They found the book's estimates of the ability of IQ to predict poverty suddenly appear profoundly exaggerated--by 61 percent for whites and 74 percent for blacks.[2] Robert Hauser notes, "To begin with, several of the numbers in [The Bell Curve] are simply wrong. There are no fewer than five copying or multiplication errors in age- and test-specific entries in the body of" a single table. These mistakes, he noted, led the authors to "understate both the initial black-white differences and the changes in test scores across time." Rerunning the data with a more accurate standard deviation, Hauser came up with a significantly higher black-white IQ convergence.[3]

It is way past time to start saying in public, on the airwaves and in print that conservatives are all lying sacks of shit on every subject. Race, taxes, Social Security, evolution, Iraq, etc., etc., etc. They lie about absolutely everything.


But their claim of extremely low IQs for Black African--"very dull" in the authors' words--derives from tests conducted in South Africa before the end of apartheid, a circumstance that could hardly be more relevant. And yet this qualification is nowhere to be found in The Bell Curve.[7]  Nor do the authors find space to mention the racist assumptions of the scientist who conducted the research. And to top it all off, they misread the data upon which they were relying, and thereby screw up their own calculations.[8]  Other scientists found countless other incidents of the authors either ignoring data that conflicted with that which they cited or unaccountably failing to include or address important studies that would throw a monkey wrench into their reasoning.[9

Here is what I consider the amazing part. Not only are they all liars, most of them know they are liars:

Michael Nunley, a professor of anthropology at the University of Oklahoma charged:

I believe this book is a fraud, that its authors must have known it was a fraud when they were writing it, and that Charles Murray must still know it's a fraud as he goes around defending it. By "fraud," I mean a deliberate, self-conscious misrepresentation of the evidence. After careful reading, I cannot believe its authors were not acutely aware of what they were including and what they were leaving out, and of how they were distorting the material they did include.[10]

Alterman's devastating critique of The Bell Curve is much longer. Read the whole thing. Here's one key problem we will have to deal with. Just as I cannot prove or know to a certainty that Bush and Trent Lott are racists, Alterman cannot prove or know to a certainty that Murray and Herrnstein are ractists:

If The Bell Curve were actually a respectable scholarly contribution to the debate over the place of race and genetics in our society, then closing one's eyes to its conclusions would have been a cowardly and ultimately self-defeating response. But as Mickey Kaus pointed out, the question isn't whether it is possible that some ethnic groups have, on average, higher mental abilities than others, it's whether Murray is a reliable guide when it comes to exploring this possibility."[16] The question of whether Murray and his late co-author Richard Hernstein are themselves racists is a pointless and ultimately insoluble debate. What is unarguable, however, is the fact that they were willing employ sources infected with racist underpinnings in pursuit of arguments custom designed to appeal to racist inclinations on the part of their readers and reviewers.

This is a problem that infects the entire discussion of race. Whites, Blacks, Hispanics, Asians, Muslims and Martians all believe they are not racist toward other ethnic groups. The truth is that perhaps the most segregated area in America is the lunch room.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-02 11:10PM | 0 recs
Re: I cheered when I heard it
I disagree strongly when you say that Bill Cosby despises black people.  He gave his honest opinion on certain topics -- and did it at a Jesse Jackson conference.  And I would argue that there are blacks who do agree with some of his comments, if not all.  And I don't think that they despise black people.
by v2aggie2 2005-09-03 12:10AM | 0 recs
Did you read Dyson's smackdown?
Talking Points: Bill Cosby vs. Michael Eric Dyson. Here are four examples:
I think Dyson is far too generout with Cosby in this example. Those people are not Africans?
Cosby: "Those people are not Africans, they don't know a damned thing about Africa. With names like Shaniqua, Shaligua, Mohammed and all that crap and all of them are in jail."

Dyson: "Names like Shaniqua and Taliqua are meaningful cultural expressions of self-determination.I think that it does have something to do with African roots of black identity, and perhaps with Cosby's ignorance and discomfort with those roots.Cosby's ornery, ill-informed diatribe against black-naming is a snapshot of his assault on poor black identity." And "Given the vicious way blacks have been targeted for incarceration, Cosby's comments about poor blacks who end up in jail are dangerously naïve and empirically wrong."

Are we supposed to pretend that Cosby is ignorant about the racist property tax funding system of public education?

Cosby: "The city and all these people have to pick up the tab on them [poor African Americans] because they don't want to accept that they have to study to get an education."

Dyson: "If the rigidly segregated education system continues to fail poor blacks by failing to prepare their children for the world of work, then admonitions to 'stay in school' may ring hollow.In suburban neighborhoods, there are $60-million schools with state-of-the-art technology, while inner city schools desperately fight for funding for their students."

This one fits perfectly with Scott's diary title:

Cosby: "All this child knows is 'gimme, gimme, gimme.' These people want to buy the friendship of a child.and the child couldn't care less.and these people are not parenting. They're buying things for the kid. $500 sneakers, for what? And they won't spend $250 on Hooked on Phonics. (clapping)"

Dyson: "And yet, some of the engaged critique he [Cosby] seeks to make of black folk--of their materialism, their consumptive desires, their personal choices their moral aspirations, their social conscience--is broadcast with much more imagination and insight in certain quarters of hip-hop culture. (Think of Kanye West's track, All Falls Down, which displays a self-critical approach to the link between consumption and the effort to ward off racial degradation.)"


Bill Cosby's criticism is amazingly superficial. This hateful statement could easily have been made by Pat Robertson:
Cosby: "God is tired of you."

Dyson: "No matter how you judge Cosby's comments, you can't help but believe that a great deal of his consternation with the poor stems from his desire to remove the shame he feels in their presence and about their activity in the world. There's nothing like a formerly poor black multimillionaire bashing poor blacks to lend credence to the ancient assaults they've endured from the dominant culture."

There have always been self loathing black men. I don't know if there are more of them today than in the past, or if they are just better paid and more visible.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-03 12:36AM | 0 recs
Re: Did you read Dyson's smackdown?
Yeah I did, but the issue isn't as either/or as everybody thinks.

We talk about having a truthful dialogue on race.
Yet when we do, everybody just tries to shut others up.  That's what ends the dialogue.

Was Cosby overly abrasive and grumpy?  Absolutely, and it isn't right.
Do I agree with all of his points?  No.
Does Dyson (a shameless self-promoter) make some good points?  Yes

But a lot of older blacks are wary of some of the actions of the hip-hop generation.  In particular, here in the south, they lived through segregation.  It pains them to see the younger generation seemingly waste the opportunties that they never had.

And I don't think that they are self-loathing; they are proud.

Malcolm X would be extremely troubled by elements of the hip-hop generation.

And he was no self-loathing black.  He was quite the opposite.

by v2aggie2 2005-09-03 09:16AM | 0 recs
Re: Did you read Dyson's smackdown?
Does Dyson (a shameless self-promoter) make some good points?  Yes

What does shameless self-promoter mean and who cares? Everybody is a shameless self-promoter.

Old foggies of every race are wary of the younger generation. The older generation of blacks probably have an exaggerated sense of just how "golden" the opportunities of the hip-hop generation are. Racism is more benign and in some ways that makes it more destructive and more difficult to fight.

If Bill Cosby is proud of black heritage he certainly disguises it well. It looks to me like he's a "DLC Black" who has bought in to the memes of the RWNM.

Malcom X probably would have been a rapper.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-03 12:31PM | 0 recs
Re: Did you read Dyson's smackdown?
Well, Dyson has no choice -- otherwise who would care 2 bits about him.

Does racism exist today? Absolutely.

However, the older generations know more suffering that this generation has known, and fought to give the younger generation more than they had.  They have a stake in the success of this generation, and have every right to say what they feel.  They know far more than I or you do on this subject.

As for Malcolm X, he was all about blacks having pride in themselves.  Somehow, I don't think gangsta rap, misogyny, and using the n-word fit into this philosophy.

And as for being a rapper -- uh, he'd be a hell of lot more than that.

by v2aggie2 2005-09-03 03:12PM | 0 recs
Re: I cheered when I heard it
People like you make me want to refight the Civil War.

When someone cuts me off, I call them asshole, prick, fucker... all sorts of things. I'm proud to report that never does the race of the person driving ever come into play. If you want to be 'frank' about something, maybe you should be 'frank' about the fact that your head is (mis)wired such a way that racism is your first response. Sure, I know some white people who think or say crap like that. But once I realize who they are, I cut them out of my life.

These people are fucking POOR. Looting a Foot Locker doesn't feed one's family, but it sure as hell helps them to WALK out of the hell that these people are living through. Because your white government sure as hell hasn't given them many other alternatives.

by Scott Shields 2005-09-03 08:37AM | 0 recs
Re: this West character
His new album is currently number one at itunes, probably going to debut at no. 1 next week.
by Ben P 2005-09-02 11:10PM | 0 recs
Re: Jesse Jackson
Jesse Jackson isn't the issue here.
by Ben P 2005-09-02 11:21PM | 0 recs
The Supreme Court is racist
Sandra Day O'Connor is considered a moderate and the "centrist" on the court. O'Connor is blatantly racist. One of many racist decisions by the court was Adarand Constructors v. Pena.

O'Connor's analysis and decision were racist to the bone. All of the cry baby complaints about "reverse discrimination" are racist. The entire educational system in America is blatantly racist. Until whites are capable of being honest, America will continue to be racist.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-02 11:34PM | 0 recs
I am white
and I have to say your are right. Also, I am sick and tired of hearing Martin Luther King was a great black American.  He was a Great American who happen to be black.  He is a Hero of mine.
by HCLiberal 2005-09-02 11:55PM | 0 recs
This Time Out, It Just May Be Unavoidable
The heartless abandonment of New Orleans' underclass just may finally have crossed a line that white American cannot ignore.

Okay, I admit it. I'm a perennial idealist. But this time out, I think the inherent racism is so blatant--underscored by the incredible Uncle Tom/Imelda Marcos performance of Condi Rice--that a majority of white America may actually get it.... At least enough to keep listening.

And the Freepers, well, I think they may well find themselves in the tiny, isolated minority they have always deserved to be part and parcel of.

Ben P is mistaken about one thing: There was no discussion about race following the '92 LA riots.  Instead, we veered off into a discussion of "Murphy Brown," a fictional white yuppie TV character.  That's how deep in denial we were back then.  This time, we just might have the conversation we should have had then. Or maybe back in 1968, or 1868, or 1768, or...

by Paul Rosenberg 2005-09-03 12:26AM | 0 recs
Re: This Time Out, It Just May Be Unavoidable
Let's hope so. In related news, AP reports this Kodak moment (via Yahoo News):
National Guardsmen helped evacuate the mass of storm refugees from the Superdome on Friday, where thousands were stuck in knee-deep trash and blacked-out, putrid bathrooms.

At one point, the evacuation was interrupted briefly when school buses rolled up so some 700 guests and employees from the Hyatt Hotel could move to the head of the evacuation line -- much to the amazement of those who had been crammed in the stinking Superdome since Sunday.

"How does this work? They (are) clean, they are dry, they get out ahead of us?" exclaimed Howard Blue, 22, who tried to get in their line. The National Guard blocked him as other guardsmen helped the well-dressed guests with their luggage.

(...)

National Guard Capt. John Pollard called the decision to move the Hyatt people to the head of the line "very poor."

You can say that again.
by Blank Frank 2005-09-03 03:48AM | 0 recs
Re: This Time Out, It Just May Be Unavoidable
National Guard Capt. John Pollard called the decision to move the Hyatt people to the head of the line "very poor."

That's an understatement if I ever heard one. There were an awful lot of "very poor" decisions being made this week that reveal the dark racist underbelly of America. I hope there is a very large contingent of white political leaders and prominant M$M leaders who call bullshit!

Aaron Brown was beating around the bush about this type of conduct in an interview I saw with Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones. It's time for the media to stop asking coy questions and just declare flat out that racism is the only explanation for Bush's slow response.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-03 05:02AM | 0 recs
This is exactly what I'm talking about
Race An Issue In Katrina Response:

Black members of Congress expressed anger Friday at what they said was a slow federal response to Hurricane Katrina.

"It looks dysfunctional to me right now," said Rep. Diane Watson, D-Calif.

She and other members of the Congressional Black Caucus, along with members of the Black Leadership Forum, National Urban League and the NAACP, held a news conference and charged that the response was slow because those most affected are poor.

Many also are black, but the lawmakers held off on charging racism.

"The issue is not about race right now," said Rep. Stephanie Tubbs Jones, D-Ohio. "There will be another time to have issues about color."

Watson and others also took issue with the word "refugee" being used to describe hurricane victims.

"'Refugee' calls up to mind people that come from different lands and have to be taken care of. These are American citizens," Watson said.

This is exactly the right time to have this conversation. We need to hear from some of our Whitey McWhite Democrats calling Bullshit! on Bush and Condi. It's time for the charade of so called black conservatives to end:

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, the most prominent black person in the Bush administration, downplayed the criticism.

"That Americans would somehow in a color-affected way decide who to help and who not to help, I, I just don't believe it," she said. "The African-American community has obviously been very heavily affected. But people are doing what they can for Americans. Nobody wants to see any American suffer."

In conversations at restaurants, homes, offices, on talk radio and online, it's clear that many blacks and whites view the effects of Katrina differently.

Condi is full of shit and I expect her to be called on it. It is time to end her role as an apologist for the incompetent and racist conduct of this administration.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-03 05:09AM | 0 recs
The Full Context of Condi's Quote
"The African-American community has obviously been very heavily affected. But people are doing what they can for Americans. Nobody wants to see any American suffer.  Which is why I went shopping for shoes instead."
by Paul Rosenberg 2005-09-03 09:47AM | 0 recs
Watch the video
here, about halfway down the page.

What's great is the look on Wayne's face as Kanye totally harshes his teleprompter trip.

Never thought I'd see Mike Myers cast as the straight-laced, establishment type.

by catastrophile 2005-09-03 03:05AM | 0 recs
Dubya Just Crashed His Military
How does Dubya expect to staff his military needs if he can't draw from the minority population of the country?  His administration's performance in showing any concern for minority citizens demonstrates that he and his posse don't care at all for them.  How does Dubya expect to persuade the most likely candidates to enlist in his legions when he's tipped his hand that they can go die anyway?

I would not want to be a US military recruiter working the mean streets of any US city these days.  They had a truly difficult time trying to prettify the war we're illegally (it's true, we never got that second UN vote did we) engaged in to get potential enlistees to sign on the dotted line.  Now, they're task will be Herculean if not Sisyphean.  The US Army knows it's facing six months to meltdown now and the legions may need to be recalled back to Rome.

by VizierVic 2005-09-03 04:54AM | 0 recs
And it's a sympton of a deeper problem..
People should recoil at seeing a disproportionately African-American group of people left in squalor for days while rich white politicians counsel patience. And that anger will, it seems to me, push race back onto the national agenda again.

But I'm having a hard time envisioning any constructive action coming out of it. I can picture shouting and accusations, even politicians being voted out of office -- but constructive action or even dialogue to alleviate racial tension or improve the lot of black Americans?

And race is just one of the long list of hard, vexing issues that our country just doesn't seem to be well positioned to deal with. 40 million people don't have health insurance (or whatever the current astronomical number is), scientists are warning us at the top of their lungs to take corrective action on global warming, more of our manufacturing base leaves the country every day. The partisan part of me wants to point the finger at the evil Republicans and vote them out of office and be done with it.

But maybe the problem is deeper than that. Maybe we have a political system that just isn't up to the task of a sustained dialogue on a difficult topic. The hurricane and its response bear that out -- a lot of serious people have been warning of this for years, but it wasn't followed up by serious preventitive action.

The problem isn't just Bush -- we weren't spending all of our time cutting rich people's taxes at the expense of the social safety net during the Clinton years, but there sure wasn't a lot of substantive action out there either. What's stopping us from addressing serious problems?

by dobbler 2005-09-03 06:49AM | 0 recs
Black anger
I'm a white guy but I share that black anger you spoke about. Republican leaders like Tom Tancredo aren't even bothering to hide their racism any more. They get elected anyway because the voters aren't paying attention.
by pdt 2005-09-03 06:57AM | 0 recs
at annatopia
http://annatopia.com/archives/001374.html#comments

Un-fucking-believable shit in the comments.

A race that can't swim stays in a city that is 15 feet below sea leval in a huricane. If we wait a little longer they will kill each other.

The plain fact of the matter is- in every country on this planet, when things get tough, the niggers start looting & raping & shooting..

You worthless NIGGER LOVERS deserve to be raped and beaten by these savages you defend.

The comments just prove the point of monkey's sad and excellent post on racism.

by gina 2005-09-03 07:56AM | 0 recs
Compassionate Conservatism at its finest
I've always wondered how they find diaries like annatopia's. Are they there all the time? Just lurking for an opportunity to express their hatful bile? Do they have some kind of rapid response alert for racists?

We had a couple of racist conservatives comment on this diary within minutes of it being posted. They must actually be actively seeking out opportunities to be hateful.

These are very strange and pathological people that Bush and the Republican Party are catering to.

by Gary Boatwright 2005-09-03 09:16AM | 0 recs
NBC cut the Bush doesn't care about black ppl part
out in subsequent showings of the concert. CNN noted this every hour today!
by mandyky 2005-09-03 05:15PM | 0 recs
Give me a break
You know I am so sick of all black people crying all the time when they don't get there own way, I think the response time given that situation was GOOD!, They had the round up a massive plan which only took 4 days. Also does it give them people right to shoot the people that are trying to help them? Always when you people don't get your own way it's because your black, SICK! Just like in 91, Oh 4 white police men beat a black guy so lets all go out stealing and burning our city down. That is nothing but savage acts and I am tired of hearing it, ALWAYS A GODDAMN RACE ISSUE WITH YOU PEOPLE> AND I HOPE WHITE AMERICA WILL NOT TOLERATE IT SOON! Kayne west, What the hell do you know, Your so stupid all you know how to do is RAP and that's it so stick to that and leave your absolutley untruthful comments to yourself, Trying to always blame white people, 90% of the records he sells is bought by white people and hope that his comments will change the white peoples minds about buying his violent crap!
by Justplainsickofit 2005-09-04 03:55PM | 0 recs
What
Pretty funny how my commnet which made sense was erased!!!!!! SCREW THIS STUPID SITE!
by Justplainsickofit 2005-09-05 05:24AM | 0 recs
I'm looking at your comment,
and it's a barely-coherent racist rant:

"I am so sick of all black people crying all the time" . . . "does it give them people right to shoot the people that are trying to help them?" . . . "when you people don't get your own way it's because your black" . . . "ALWAYS A GODDAMN RACE ISSUE WITH YOU PEOPLE> AND I HOPE WHITE AMERICA WILL NOT TOLERATE IT SOON!"

Gee, I can't imagine why that would be hidden . . .

by catastrophile 2005-09-05 04:44PM | 0 recs

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