I always liked Brother Nasheed.
I think its important to have a place to post black voices that run counter to mainstream media. While I know that they will be labeled as "sell outs" (and worse) in order to discredit them they do have a powerful advantage: they cant be dismissed as having white privilege, being racist, etc.
There are many but Id like to start with two that I recently came across and find especially compelling and timely
John McWhorters walk through is very well constructed. His point about anti racism being elevated to religion and white guilt analogous to Original Sin is brilliant
Coleman Hughes is another one I personally had never heard of until recently. Calling out the silent positive progress the media ignores is important. His analysis on "gap grievances" is eye opening as well.
There are many more (Candace Owen, Larry Elder, Thomas Sowell are just a few)
They're right here, on this very forum you're using. They're also on Gab, Twitter, Facebook, etc.i want to hear white people speak truth about race, you dont hear them much, im glad these black people are saying what they saying but where are all the white people saying the same thing?
Looks like his Jew Tribute of $500k wasn't enough. He was just suspended 5 games.
Irving first addressed his decision to promote the film, based on a book of the same name, on Saturday -- he chose to double down then, and he tripled down after practice on Thursday, embarrassing the team that had put out a joint statement with him and the Anti-Defamation League the previous night. The Nets gave Irving a full week to show some degree of remorse, and he instead was defiant."Over the last several days, we have made repeated attempts to work with Kyrie Irving to help him understand the harm and danger of his words and actions, which began with him publicizing a film containing deeply disturbing antisemitic hate. We believed that taking the path of education in this challenging situation would be the right one and thought that we had made progress with our joint commitment to eradicating hate and intolerance.
We were dismayed today, when given an opportunity in a media session, that Kyrie refused to unequivocally say he has no antisemitic beliefs, nor acknowledge specific hateful material in the film. This was not the first time he had the opportunity - but failed - to clarify.
Such failure to disavow antisemitism when given a clear opportunity to do so is deeply disturbing, is against the values of our organization, and constitutes conduct detrimental to the team. Accordingly, we are of the view that he is currently unfit to be associated with the Brooklyn Nets. We have decided that Kyrie will serve a suspension without pay until he satisfies a series of objective remedial measures that address the harmful impact of his conduct and the suspension period served is no less than five games."
It's not about repayment for one's "sin". It's about making an example of him so that others will be less inclined to follow in his footsteps. There is no repayment possible that will appease them. They always want your blood.Looks like his Jew Tribute of $500k wasn't enough. He was just suspended 5 games.
Morale of the story? Never apologize, it will never be enough.
Apparently jews (jew money) is more important to him than Blacks.
Tariq is hilarious. I don't know what goes through his mind on half his tweets. No way is he serious about what he says most of the time.I always liked Brother Nasheed.