Que's of the board, can you explain this youtube video?
singing you haven't been ****ed till you been ****ed by a que followed with ques showing their asses LITERALLY
what happened to being an org of dignified gentlemen?
is this normal?
YouTube - Bruhz SetOwt
I, like everyone else in this country, was shocked at the blatent displays of racism being expressed over the last year. First, Kramer rants for at least 5-10 minutes on how we are still ******s, then Sean Bell and his friends get gunned down in Queens, and now Don Imus thinks that the Rutgers Basketball Team was a bunch of "nappy headed hoes". All of those things were appauling andI was shocked for a very brief moment.
Then I was enraged. We as a people are fighting the battles as they arise, then once we feel successfully appeased, the fight dies. It saddens me because at the time of Malcolm and Martin, we rallied on all issues that affected Black people, but now we seem to focus on those issues that socially affect us.
Sean Bell was killed on the eve of his wedding to the mother of his kids and his two friends were also injured by that same gunfire. I heard about how outraged people were until Don Imus called those young ladies some "nappy headed hoes". Then our entire focus turned from what was a more severe issue: NYPD firing excessively at unarmed people of color. To me, I want to know that if I am coming outside and I am confronted by the cops, I am able to reach for ID without being gunned down.
At this point, I think as a community, we need to consider what problems we are really facing. There are so many things going on in African American culture: AIDS, violence, drugs, sex, prison, and other real and pressing issues. I think we are only bothered by what others tell us to be bothered by. Until enough people are dissatisfied with the way of this society and the treatment of African Americans, then we can only begin to use the power contained within the community!