I have constantly written about this selectivity that Chris Rock discussed in his “Selective Outrage” special. Rock focused on the outrage part, while I’ll look at selectivity. While working on my last series of books, I discovered that selectivity is reality. For example, the mainstream media, corporations, government agencies, educational systems, and other sizable establishments openly declare their contempt for misogyny. Yet these same agencies are often silent when it comes to misandry.
The Dangers of Traveling As an African in this Beautiful World I
When you suddenly decide to apply for your passport to travel outside the United States, you’ll have some fascinating experiences wherever you choose to go. Still, you should beware of some pitfalls, even if experienced. Any traveler can get stranded anywhere. Someone could rob you, or you could fall out with people who promised…
A Never Ending Culture of LGBTQIA+ Discrimination
Sometimes it takes a while to see the never ending culture of LGBTQ+ discrimination. Yesterday I had dinner at La Hulpe with two good friends who are connected to Belgian royals. They are a same-sex couple who’ve been together for 30 years. As it happened, I read this article before leaving to meet them to chat and watch movies for the evening.
Adventitious Breonna Taylor Thoughts Sires a Miriam Makeba Repercuss
At a Saturday brunch with three of my best friends in Berlin, a German, a Brit, and a South African of Scottish descent, we talked about my Sandmann’s book series. I told them how it started as a blog I published to express my outlook on various contemporary topics. I pondered on the social, and psychological changes in today’s world response concerning religion, politics, gender, race, and sexuality.
Weighing the Congressional Black Caucus’ “Police Act” in scale
Let me start this one off by expressing my sincerest appreciation. To the Congressional Black Caucus for laying out the “Justice in Policing Act 2020” bill. A complainer could declare that President Obama should have drafted one as an Executive Order following the murder of Mike Brown in 2014. Who knows? Maybe Hilary…
African Leaders Must Stand Up for The Africans Who Live Abroad
Liberal Media Insensitivity Toward Stacy Dash
Isn’t it suspicious how the Liberal side of the mainstream media humiliates Stacy Dash for the end of her fourth marriage? If she was a democrat, they would have painted her as a brave victim. Am I mistaken? Did the lousy press about Stacy Dash’s occur because she expressed Conservative opinions? That’s my observation.
AL Jazeera Promotes Self Justified Bigotry Against Diplomats from the West Indies
Mixed Emotions from the Assassination of Nipsey Hussle
I’ve never had tears in my eyes for someone I’ve never met, except for the assassination of Nipsey Hussle. This man’s murder had a profound effect on me. I watched an interview with Maino at the Breakfast Club, where Charlamagne said tha God said what I’d been thinking. If that Continue Reading
Eve Apologizes to Chris Brown
Word on the street is that Eve has apologized to Chris Brown. I once had a black woman whom I liked to tell me that she doesn’t interface with people like me. What condemned me from deserving her time was because of how my “brain works.” She never apologized for Continue Reading
Ten Noble Traits that Scripture Does Not Attribute to Gay Folk
Throughout history, numerous straight people have observed gay people with an eye of contempt. We can find one helpful guide to this statement in the story of Sodom and Gomorrah. If you grew up in the Abrahamic tradition, you would know that the Torah, Bible, and Koran describe these two Continue Reading
Meek Mill Fight’s for Reforms in Rigged Criminal Justice System
It saddens me to continue to express my frustration with the criminal justice system in the United States. In the article “Meek Mill’s Fight is not finished,” CNN’s Deena Zaru report on Meek’s fight for reform in the rigged criminal justice system. Remember that a conflict exists in America about Continue Reading
Cassie Jaye’s Journey From Rape Culture To The Red Pill
While looking for a new topic, she became interested in rape culture. A stern feminist, Cassie Jaye, off the success of two documentaries, set out to expose rape culture in society. One of her previous films, “Daddy I do,” is about women’s rights. Hollywood received it with expensive dinner parties, Continue Reading
Racism and all, the United States has offered a blissful transformation to millions of people. Since Mohamed Ali, it hasn’t been common for mainstream athletes to take a controversial stand for civil rights. Collin Kaepernick’s movement is about whether or not to stand up during the national anthem of the Continue Reading
Beyoncé is here with a powerful message. Get information to get the information. Her message is simple, “stop shooting us.” If the law enforcement community has issues with this message, it should be seen as a sign that they want to continue killing black people. If so, then they’re evil Continue Reading