We have so much concern for our police that even the thought of one being killed in cold blood turns my stomach. Remember, it is not the cops who get murdered in cold blood. It’s unarmed black men. God forbid if cops were the targets, we know they would launch a ravenous manhunt for the assassin. Is it time to get off their high horse and acknowledge that they work for us. Get over it, Mr. Officers, enough is enough.
For me, the biggest game-changer in this round of social justice protests is the stance of the liberal media. They used to ignore the evidence and disregard our concerns. One functional similarity is feminism and the MeToo movement. The pain that is expressed through these movements is universal. All around the globe, every black man bears a deep pain from the effects of racism, discrimination, police brutality, white supremacy, and injustice within the judicial system. Our most challenging problem was the mainstream media.
Could Donald Trump be right to reopen the country? The following table contains a list of the ten countries most affected by the coronavirus. It shows the number of confirmed cases, reported deaths, and recovery from January to now. It seems that the number of people who have recovered is far higher than the number of those who have died.
Although I will not pretend to have medical qualifications, I happen to believe that the coronavirus is an airborne microorganism. It has to exist in the atmosphere. I would consider a setback of the chemtrails that the authorities keep spraying on us. Health workers have often said that most infections often spread in one of three ways.
I am very proud to call myself a Grenadian. This Island is home to some of the most fascinating people in the world. On March 5, 2020, we (the Island of Grenada) laid a King to rest! He was an inspiration to generations of young people. Rest in paradise, Sir Royston O. Hopkin. May your family endure. RIP.
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 Clinton would be the president right now.
We find ourselves in a time when the debaucherous transgressions of the past have resurfaced to torment their culprits. Skeletons are coming to life and walking right out of the closet. Just like in the late Michael Jackson’s “Thriller,” video, the dead are awakening and taking to the streets. For Russell Simmons, the question is way past the speculation on whether he is guilty or not. This wave of sexual allegations strikes at the beating heart of Hip Hop itself. This subject is so delicate.
I said this in one of my recent blogs talking about transforming victimhood to heroism. Ever since I moved to Europe, I’ve spent a lot of time visiting museums, historical landmarks, and taking in their history. When you step back and look at it, Caucasian history is overflowing with thousands of years of ethological based ferocity and violence.
African leaders and diplomats can no longer remain silent on issues concerning racism and cultural disrespect towards Africans in the global diaspora. Last year, Al Jazeera journalists went public as tourists, smuggled into the Caribbean islands, and ambushed some of the top government officials to entrap them over the citizenship/investment scheme. Can a Caribbean journalist pose as a tourist in Kuwait, for example, and then use that disguise to accuse Kuwaiti officials of fraud?
In April of 2020, Nigerian female DJ Cuppy tweeted that “Nobody treats you better than the guy you DON’T want to be with.” I’m not sure if she was giving other women certain information or if she was lamenting about harassment. The crazy part is if a woman took the time and made an effort to get to know that man who she DON’T want to be with, she may end up wondering why she didn’t want to be with him.