The Thoughts of an Educated Young African American Male

Can I get an advance on those Seinfeld royalties? Quick!

jackson_kramer.jpgThe pimp has his eyes on his latest hoe. Michael Richards paid his way to be able to stand beside Jesse Jackson while apologizing to blacks. Apparenly, standing beside Jesse is symbolic that blacks are supportive of this apology. No we are not! Jesse got what he wanted, a pay check and a chance to be in photo opprotunities, keeping him a relevant person to see (and later pay) when whites act out in racism.

I once heard a quote that”pimpin’ ain’t dead; dem hoes have just been mislead.” Clearly, Michael Richards is the hoe who has been mislead to believe that paying the pimp Jesse Jackson will resolve any issues concerning his racial rant. Jesse will tell you that pimping is still alive and well. Corporate America still knows that , for the right price, Jesse will continue to be the hoe he really is.

December 1, 2006 Posted by | African American, Black men, Jesse Jackson, Kramer, michael richards | 2 Comments

Jesse Jackson needs to sit down

The Associated Press is reporting that Michael Richards, also known as K.K.Kramer, was on Jesse Jackson’s nationally syndicated radio program, “Keep Hope Alive,” to truly make amends for his racial tirade. Apparently, going on Jackson’s show is the solution because if he forgives, then the entire African American community follows.

This is what I hate about the leadership in the African American community. We allow ourselves to be represented by certain blacks who only profit off of our struggles.  Jesse Jackson does not represent me. After all, he is the reverend who has had an affair on his wife, an extortionist of corporations in order to boost his salary, place his children in employment, and raise money for his group, and is a general media groupie. Yes, Jackson is a groupie.

He only pops his head out of the whole he lives in when he can spin anything into a racial issue, and then, at the same time, place himself in the middle of the situation. I am told, ‘rest assured, I can feel comfortable about the situation until Jesse Jackson tells me it is cool.’ Why? Maybe I could if I could share in the money Jesse Jackson receives to clear whites of their racial deficiencies. Instead, he profits from his position while never firmly addressing the inadequacies in our community (i.e., healthcare, welfare, employment, and education). Now, he comes out to tell me that Kramer is actually cool and did not speak as a racist.

Negro, go somewhere and sit down!  Jesse, you are a sellout and no better than the racist that put you on their payroll.

November 26, 2006 Posted by | African American, Jesse Jackson, kkk, Kramer, michael richards | 8 Comments