I assume you're actually more interested in punishing the white, conservative culture than raising up the African-American culture.
Last edited by cabse5; 05-22-14 at 09:45 PM.
Hail to the King baby!
If Jessie Jackson isn't racist for saying what I believe was a truthful comment on his part, why would Cuban be?There is nothing more painful to me at this stage in my life than to walk down the street and hear footsteps and start thinking about robbery. Then look around and see somebody white and feel relieved.... After all we have been through. Just to think we can't walk down our own streets, how humiliating.
Remarks at a meeting of Operation PUSH in Chicago (27 November 1993). Quoted in "Crime: New Frontier - Jesse Jackson Calls It Top Civil-Rights Issue" by Mary A. Johnson, 29 November 1993, Chicago Sun-Times (ellipsis in original). Partially quoted in US News & World Report (10 March 1996)
Clearly we need to ban all hoodie from existence its the hoodie that turns them into murdering and raping criminals.
See a black man like trayvon can say all kinds of racial slurs and nothing is said. But a white man says sure just cross the street and its look at that racist ass cracka.
I agree 100% with Cuban and so do as do all the anti-Cubans posting here as they too would change sides of the street. If three or four houses on your all white residential block were sold to blacks every single person would think the values of the homes could plunder. If you live in a middle class neighborhood and suddenly learn there is a low income apartment complex project going to be built near by you your thoughts would be think your property values could plunder. The great American lie perpetuated against all Americans is there is no difference between the races and that is an insult to all races. Americans should try to live together but not as one but as several separate entities that simply respect one another and stand for each one's right to a decent life. Which would you prefer, one who outwardly declares racial superiority or one who declare racial equality as long was they did not have to live in the same neighborhood?
Last edited by cabse5; 05-23-14 at 08:12 AM.