Friday, May 12, 2023

The Anti-Black Practice of Character Race-Swapping


Superman in blackface

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Robert Underhill - The other day there was a post about MCU having Galactus in the next phase or when after the new Fantastic Four movie arrives, someone commented with a suggestion that MCU's Galactus should be a female character, supposedly to line up with the new phase with Marvel female superheroes agenda, I was angry at that suggestion. 

I believe Galactus, whatever the version MCU/Disney may produce, should remain and always as the male being. 

Here's why: Galactus was very much a creation of Jack Kirby. He also created the herald Silver Surfer. Stan Lee approved them and wrote them for the FF #48 The Coming of Galactus. 

In my opinion, should MCU/Disney produces a cinematic version of Galactus, at least they should put in digitally a part of Jack Kirby's face - the area around his nose, mouth, cheeks and chin - into Galactus, as a nice homage to Jack Kirby.

In 1983, I bought this special Marvel edition about the origin of Galactus and I loved that story, as I understand was a reprint of an earlier origin story from Marvel's Thor #169 (and retconned and added with new artwork by John Byrne and Ron Wilson).

Why I believe Jack Kirby's face should be in the cinematic version of Galactus. Well, Michael Golden did a nice rendering of Jack Kirby as Galactus a few years back, with a cigar. Lol (of course, Galactus won't have a cigar in the MCU phase). In another image, the close-up face of Kirby's rendering of Galactus made me suspected that Kirby drew in part of his own face on the Big G.
Kevin Feige, are you reading this?

Don G. Heick - All this gender and race swapping is lazy and wrong.

Muhammad Rasheed - It's just strategy to get around antitrust violations, pretending to be market inclusive by painting white characters (who are owned by white companies) brown and even filling monopolies full of "faux-diversity" hires with the dubious Diversity, Equity & Inclusion (DEI) programs. Functionally, it continues to lock Black Americans(ADOS) out of the ownership side of industry while pretending to be progressive. It's why affirmative action itself was a failed program, because it was just more anti-Black racism pretending to be otherwise.


Sleeper Cells of the Red Menace

 


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Muhammad Rasheed - "Throwback to what Frederick Douglass said about Back-to-Africa movements"


Ashanti Ghania - Can we at least invest in it?

Muhammad Rasheed - I think the Biden administration is already doing that for you.



Ashanti Ghania - I would like investment in Mali. I love university towns, so of course I would like a safe and comfortable passage to Timbuktu and Gao.

Muhammad Rasheed - I would like the US gov to invest in the American people, and for other sovereign nations to invest in themselves.

Ashanti Ghania - It already does. I just spend a year and half in a Title IX school loaded with cash, but the most of the students were too lazy to take advantage of the resources. The investment is there.

Now, for an investment that will pay off much sooner in the form of tourist dollars, I wanna safe Gao and Timbuktu. I tramp all around Europe visiting Western Civ historical sites. Now, I want see where my lineage comes from and I want it happy and well.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "a Title IX school loaded with cash"

What was this program?

Ashanti wrote: "Now, for an investment that will pay off much sooner in the form of tourist dollars"

Pay off for whom?


Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 (“Title IX”), 20 U.S.C. §1681 et seq., is a Federal civil rights law that prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in education programs and activities. All public and private elementary and secondary schools, school districts, colleges, and universities (hereinafter “schools”) receiving any Federal funds must comply with Title IX. Under Title IX, discrimination on the basis of sex can include sexual harassment or sexual violence, such as rape, sexual assault, sexual battery, and sexual coercion.

***Rescinded: This document has been formally rescinded by the U.S. Department of Education and remains available on the web for historical purposes only.***

Ashanti Ghania - Title IX schools are schools with low income and low performing students.

Ashanti Ghania - Pay off: self actualization. That’s worth more to me than money.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "Title IX schools are schools with"

The Department of Ed says that the "Title IX" part specifically references prohibition discrimination based on sex.

Ashanti wrote: "low income"

So, where does the "loaded with cash" part come in? There appears to be a discrepancy.

Ashanti wrote: "and low performing students."

You called them "lazy?" ๐Ÿค”๐Ÿคจ

Muhammad Rasheed - It seems odd to link the individual's personal fulfillment of self-actualization to a multi-billion dollar program drawing resources away from US citizens to enrich the high-caste leadership of foreign nations.

Ashanti Ghania - They are lazy! I just spend a year and a half in one! All of that money for only 10-15 diamonds in the tough to emerge out of a sea of 1100+ losers? No investor in their right mind would place their money against these odds in the private sector. It was disturbing to see. I just couldn’t take it any more, so I left.

Ashanti Ghania - Many AA have identity problems. Teaching Mali’s medieval history would help with self esteem and behavior issues in school.

Muhammad Rasheed - How will teaching them the history of alien foreign people help with the identity problems of a group whose country freaks out at teaching their actual history?

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "They are lazy!"

What keeps the high-performing students in the schools with unlimited funds from being "lazy?"

Muhammad Rasheed - This thread is very problematic...

Ashanti Ghania - So they’ll know that weren’t always slaves. As my art teacher told my class: slaves are a conquered people, so look for a fallen empire.

That statement made art make sense to those us who never saw themselves in a high school art history curriculum.

Ashanti Ghania - Strict parents and more examples of high achievers in their culture among other things.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "So they’ll know that weren’t always slaves."

With an equally straight face, we can just say we are the children of Adam & Eve. We know our deep origins go beyond the Middle Passage event, but that's the event that defines the origins of this particular ethnic group.

Ashanti wrote: "As my art teacher told my class"

Who was this person?

Ashanti wrote: "That statement made art make sense to those us who never saw themselves in a high school art history curriculum"

There's a bigger story here. The American descendants of slavery ethnic group built the most powerful, richest nation on earth that literally everyone else wants to come to. Our foes have been trying to get us to hate our country and relinquish our citizenship out of a misplaced shame. Notice that the Jewish community—the most successful ethnic group in the world—has zero problems embracing the history of both their people's triumphs and challenges without shame.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "Strict parents and more examples of high achievers in their culture among other things."

The conspicuously ambiguous "among other things" part is what stands out here. They used generations of political machinations and the enormous spending power of the USG to put themselves in that spot that they currently jealously guard and maintain with their "strict parenting" nepotism.

Ashanti Ghania - I want to know more about my pre-colonial history.

My high school art teacher, Marsha Pannone. She was great.

I am not ashamed. Every culture has been enslaved. However, ADOS were the only ones to lose our identities along with it. I didn’t we were from Mali until years ago and I’ve been searching since my freshman year in college—-over thirty years ago. It should not have been that hard, Muhammad and not by chance from a Youtube video.

Ashanti Ghania - We can work on the ambiguity and solutions to the “other things variable”. Are you in California? Your quest sound like a person who lives outside of the state.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "I want to know more about my pre-colonial history."

Okay.

Ashanti wrote: "My high school art teacher, Marsha Pannone. She was great."

From what you've shared here, she sounds like an anti-Black asshole. Maybe she was strictly a great instructor of art techniques based on your own skills though.

Ashanti wrote: "I am not ashamed."

Meanwhile, your every other post reflects the textbook self-hatred of the politically unconscious American Negro who only has toxic white liberal friends surrounding her.

Ashanti wrote: "Every culture has been enslaved. However, ADOS were the only ones to lose our identities along with it."

We've since built a brand new ethnic identity that is 400 yrs old now. Note that literally everyone else mimics it at every level and even performs their impression of us when they want to express personal confidence and "cool." My story is one of ASCENSION — not shame — to reach its ultimate triumph when I get my Reparations program shortly, Insha'Allah.

Ashanti wrote: "I didn’t we were from Mali until years ago"

"We?"

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "We can work on the ambiguity and solutions to the 'other things variable.'"

You sound like you are already checked out and are over-eager to pretend to be the identity of someone other than who you are... a representation of the typical unawakened American Negro neurosis. You are better than this, Ma'am.

Ashanti wrote: "Are you in California? Your quest sound like a person who lives outside of the state."

I'm an informed activist. I know all about the re-segregation of our schools and the anti-Black rhetoric to blame the problem on "lazy kids." smdh

Ashanti Ghania - How can my art teacher be perceived that way. She was trying to keep us believing the political rhetoric of the time that we were slaves because we were sub-human. Pat Buchanan was having a field day against many groups with a book of statistics called The Bell Curve. Please don’t misjudge my teacher due to my typos and clumsy rebuttal.

No self hatred here. However, I prefer more funding for pre-colonial history taught in schools as an after school program to your quest for reparations.

The Chinese community has an after school program for this purpose. I think it would be great if ADOS had one too. Plus, it helps working parents.

African-Americans are from the fallen empire of Mali.

Ashanti Ghania - M. Rasheed wrote: "I'm an informed activist. I know all about the re-segregation of our schools and the anti-Black rhetoric to blame the problem on 'lazy kids.' smdh"

There are plenty of black kids in charter schools and private schools.

Those lazy-assed kids at that Title IX school where I taught broke my heart. $80k in computers and a pre-CalArts curriculum wasted. I hope the exemplars do well, but the rest will do nothing but eat, swim and make little sharks. A wasted investment.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "How can my art teacher be perceived that way."

Mostly because of your associating being from a formerly enslaved people with shame and the fact that you keep calling the most disenfranchised and abused kids in US history "lazy."

Ashanti wrote: "She was trying to keep us believing the political rhetoric of the time that we were slaves because we were sub-human."

This group knows we are owed our Reparations for the last 150 yrs and were just as active in preventing it as our conservative foes. Your teacher was a red commie spy who hated your guts, who played those "you're special and not like these lazy others!" racist liberal games.

Ashanti wrote: "Pat Buchanan was having a field day against many groups with a book of statistics called The Bell Curve."

The statistics weren't the problem; it was the confused and racist summery that Murray & Herrnstein concluded the book with that was at odds with the statistics which the press ran with. That confusion is what created the shitstorm that the book is famous for -- the carefully compiled statistics themselves demonstrate something else entirely.

Ashanti wrote: "Please don’t misjudge my teacher"

I haven't. This is my century-old foe that I know all too well.

Ashanti wrote: "due to my typos and clumsy rebuttal."

Please stop pushing your own people away and learn more. Take the time to learn who YOU are before you go chasing after someone who unapologetically rolls around in the compounded cash they received from selling you.

Ashanti wrote: "No self hatred here."

I know the signs.

Ashanti wrote: "However"

See?

Ashanti wrote: "I prefer more funding for pre-colonial history taught in schools as an after school program to your quest for reparations."

[TRANSLATION] "I prefer we give the centuries of stolen inheritance wealth our complicit government owes us over to the motherf*ckers who sold us to the Dutch East India Trading Company."

Ma'am. That's literally what "self-hatred" sounds like. In every way.

Ashanti wrote: "The Chinese community has an after school program for this purpose."

So? That's an immigrant community. I'm not an immigrant.

Ashanti wrote: "I think it would be great if ADOS had one too."

smdh

Ashanti wrote: "Plus, it helps working parents."

To do what?

Ashanti wrote: "African-Americans are from the fallen empire of Mali."

I'm sure a portion of our very eclectic ethnic group were, but so what?

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "There are plenty of black kids in charter schools and private schools."

What does "plenty" mean? lol The white liberal schools have a very strict population limit in their schools for what percentage of Black kids they allow. What percentage of those are immigrant Blacks?

Ashanti wrote: "Those lazy-assed kids at that Title IX school where I taught broke my heart. $80k in computers and a pre-CalArts curriculum wasted. I hope the exemplars do well, but the rest will do nothing but eat, swim and make little sharks. A wasted investment."

That's not how to invest in our communities, by dumping equipment and a high-level college curriculum on people who were under performing due to lack of resources to get them prepared for that stuff. Obama's Common Core program, and before that the so-called "New Math" programs, were specifically designed to get underprivileged inner-city kids and American children as a whole prepared for college by the time they graduated HS. A bipartisan white racist effort attacked and demolished both of those programs using a myriad of jackass excuses for why ultimately, the dominant group doesn't want to compete with ADOS and why they refused to comply with the Brown v Board of Education SCOTUS decision in the first place.

Stop calling my kids lazy.

Ashanti Ghania - Eh, no. She wasn’t. If I seem entitled, that’s on me, not my teacher. I am very competitive and so always aware of hierarchies in achievement. O was disenfranchised too, but I did not waste public money and did well in school.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "Eh, no. She wasn’t."

Yes, she was.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "I am very competitive and so always aware of hierarchies in achievement."

Targeting and grooming the brightest and รœber-talented among us to assimilate into 'whiteness' so they make the best agents to publicly repeat the white liberal version of anti-Black racist tropes is a thing. lol That's the exact group that came after the ADOS movement also parroting the self-hatred rhetoric of disagreeing with our Reparations. lol (see: the relationship between Mike Tyson and his white handlers Cus D'Amato and Jim Jacobs, for example). White people received unlimited support and unlimited resources — a huge chunk plundered directly from my community — but you don't think I should have my Reparations, only continue to be exploited and abused while the 'talented tenth' f*ck off to Mali.

Muhammad Rasheed - You need to be debriefed and cured of this mess. I hate your teacher. ๐Ÿ˜’

Muhammad Rasheed - Where's her grave so I can go punch it?

Muhammad Rasheed - #fieldtrip

Muhammad Rasheed - #Route66

Ashanti Ghania - I hate your hatred of my teacher.

Those who do well in school of any race have always done well in this capitalist system. My teacher did not give me preferential treatment and often coached me to resent Affirmative Action, which I felt was a kick in my intellectual ego or resent my ethnicity based scholarships. My teacher is not to blame here and I will fight you in defense of her and every other teacher who helped me on to my career path and purpose in life.

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "I hate your hatred of my teacher."

Psh.



Ashanti Ghania - The first two years of CalArts in story and first semester in everything else was taught. I fought against trying to teach rigging and full body modeling to kids who barely have a computer at home. My successor is battling against the rest of the impossible standards the idiots on the school board wrote and then she is continuing modify the standards to a high school level. High school kids can paint simple BGs in Photoshop and animate simple characters. I could at that age. So could the go-getters of my class. They actually drew as a passion. The go-getter aren't in my class just to be able to play basketball and attract girls.

Muhammad Rasheed - You're only supporting my point and don't realize it...

Ashanti Ghania - Those kids were lazy. All they cared about was sex and relationships. Animation is a geek metier. Get outta my class!

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "Those who do well in school of any race have always done well in this capitalist system."

You don't know enough about the topic. The ones who do well who even get the opportunity are outliers from the main group. By design.

Ashanti wrote: "My teacher did not give me preferential treatment"

Of COURSE she did. ๐Ÿ™„ That's literally what you are describing. She sounds like the white liberal female version of "Crazy" Joe Clark and John Keating.

Ashanti wrote: "and often coached me to resent Affirmative Action, which I felt was a kick in my intellectual ego or resent my ethnicity based scholarships."

Affirmative action was one of a few programs which were the sabotage of early attempts to get me my Reparations, but were instead turned into universal "programs for the poor" that white women took more advantage of than anyone. You repeating partisan "boot straps" rhetoric about the subject means no less than you need to learn more about being an American before you run off to dig around in old Timbuktu catacombs.

Ashanti wrote: "My teacher is not to blame here"

She was part of a cell of red agents unleashed upon my community to indoctrinate proto-DEI Black professionals to sound exactly like you do in this thread. Give me the address of her grave site, please.

Ashanti wrote: "and I will fight you in defense of her"

Psh. Ma'am, I'm USMC. Your arms are too little.

Ashanti wrote: "and every other teacher who helped me on to my career path and purpose in life."

Do we need to recap what you think your "purpose in life" sounds like to the Woke?

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "Those kids were lazy."

Those kids were neglected and unprepared and needed the unlimited compassion & patience that their white counterparts get.

Ashanti Ghania - M. Rasheed wrote: "Do we need to recap what you think your 'purpose in life' sounds like to the Woke?"

I like my purpose. It suits me. One size does not fit all, and that is fine. School and white liberals aren't all that is behind my demeanor. I grew up as a Buddhist with a Japanese work ethic called "Ichinen". It stresses that one pushes themselves beyond what is expected of them. Hence, my competitive nature which work well in a hyper-captalist society.

You live your way, I'll live mine.

Muhammad Rasheed - Saying "You live your way, I'll live mine," is one thing.

Saying you want to take my Reparations and give it to the descendants of my Mali enslavers as tourist trap money is fightin' woids. ๐Ÿ˜ 

Ashanti Ghania - I'll give my portion. How about that?

Muhammad Rasheed - NO! ๐Ÿ˜ 

You can play around in Mali & whatnot on your own time.

In the meanwhile, you're going to be a proud ADOS and like it. ๐Ÿ˜ 

It's time for you to be debriefed from being a white liberal commie agent stooge. ๐Ÿ˜  I can't do too many more threads like this. I think I had at least two heart attacks from trying to suppress my psycho side. You're welcome btw. ๐Ÿ˜ 

Ashanti Ghania - You sound like my dad. G'nite, "dad".

Muhammad Rasheed -  ๐Ÿ˜ 

Muhammad Rasheed - Whatever...

Muhammad Rasheed - Good night.










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A Mic Drop Firing Blanks

 


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Tony Isabella - If bigotry is part of your "Christian faith," you're doing it wrong

Tony Isabella - I have a problem with "holy books" from any faith. They were all written by men, men more likely to be pushing their own agendas than to have been inspired by their deity. They can be useful guides for living a decent life, but they should not be worshiped.

Muhammad Rasheed - @Tony... No one is worshiping the books.

Tony Isabella - @Muhammad... I beg to differ. It's their go-to when they try to justify their vile actions.

Bob Hughes - @Muhammad... People are not supposed to "worship" the books. But depending on which denomination you find yourself mixed up in the attitude runs from "interesting" to "infallible" to "dictated word for word directly by God to King James himself." Then you add in people burning each other's books and it gets majorly bonkers really quickly.

James Babbo - @Muhammad... The entire evangelical movement preaches that the stories in the Bible are meant to be taken literally which is antithetical to the purpose of them.



Muhammad Rasheed - Tony wrote: "I beg to differ."

The religious topic is very thick and complex. Like any other field of study, it requires effort to understand it. Just because people are very passionate and even frustrated about the topic, it doesn't mean their off-the-cuff opinions are true.

Tony wrote: "It's their go-to when they try to justify their vile actions."

Yes, but people use all ideologies to twist to fit whatever agenda they are trying to push. Religion is the only one of those ideologies that people think that 'twist' is accurately reflected in the source material. This reflects a knowledge deficit underlying verbose and unchecked opinion.

Muhammad Rasheed - Bob wrote: "People are not supposed to 'worship' the books."

Worship means a very specific thing. A theist can acknowledge that the sacred scripture of their faith is very important and even crucial to their belief system without actually "worshiping" it. This may be confusing to those on the outside who believe their disapproving atheist passion against the topic gives them some form of magical insight into a complex topic they've never studied.

Bob wrote: "But depending on which denomination you find yourself mixed up in the attitude runs from 'interesting' to 'infallible' to "dictated word for word directly by God to King James himself."

People's attitudes can vary even inside of a specific sect, but that doesn't mean there isn't a difference between respectful reverence versus "worship."

Bob wrote: "Then you add in people burning each other's books and it gets majorly bonkers really quickly."

Irrelevant. People usually attack symbols that their perceived rivals & foes revere because they know it will get under their skin. For example, none of the terrorists who shot up the Charlie Hebdo Magazine offices worshiped the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) even though they were clearly very offended and pissed.

Muhammad Rasheed - James wrote: "The entire evangelical movement preaches that the stories in the Bible are meant to be taken literally which is antithetical to the purpose of them."

1.) The tales of the prophets themselves are based on true events.

2.) The purpose of sacred scripture is to both guide humankind onto the Straight Way of God and to demonstrate how to do so with the examples of the prophet-messengers.

3.) The Christians didn't start pretending that their texts were also the "literal Word of God" until they started having their epic debates with the Muslims. Here they were just mimicking the language due to esteem issues, and the clergy class had to chance tactics or risk losing their entire flock to the rising new faith.



James Babbo - 1) M.Rasheed wrote: "The tales of the prophets themselves are based on true events."

That's highly debatable. Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.

2) Many religious studies experts (& common sense) claim the true purpose of scripture is to provide moral & community guidelines - laws about food prep, property, judicial conflicts, etc. That's why Noah's Flood is a morality tale for example & not real.

3) Orthodox worshippers are not limited to Christians.

Muhammad Rasheed - James wrote: "1) That's highly debatable."

Meh.

James wrote: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence."

What's "extraordinary" about ancient oral traditions later scribed into ancient texts referencing the lives of ancient peoples? How do we know about anything that happened in the past? Perhaps the comfort of your own personal lifestyle may be hinged upon the claims of the revealed scripture not being true, but what does that have to do with the science of archeology or whatever?

James wrote: "2) Many religious studies experts"

How would YOU know? ๐Ÿคจ

James wrote: "(& common sense)"

Your personal subjective biases against the material are magically considered "common sense" now? To whom?

James wrote: "claim the true purpose of scripture is to provide moral & community guidelines - laws about food prep, property, judicial conflicts, etc."

There is some of that in certain select Old Testament books, but they stand out as being inserted by the later scribes as being part of the old oral teachings that do not align to the greater moral religious instruction. That's why portions of the Book of Leviticus can be so jarring and out-of-place seeming.

James wrote: "That's why Noah's Flood is a morality tale for example & not real."

You're out of the loop spewing outdated material. Look up the Younger Dryas impact theory, which turned out to be the smoking gun for the Great Deluge of legend.

James wrote: "3) Orthodox worshippers are not limited to Christians."

Did I not reference Islam at least a couple of times?

Saturday, April 29, 2023

IS THIS TRUE? - The Difference Between Steve Harvey Fans versus Kevin Samuel Fans

 

Steve Harvey vs Kevin Samuels

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Summer King - The same men villanizing Steve Harvey idolize Kevin Samuels ๐Ÿ˜‚ and Go! I’ve got time today !!

Muhammad Rasheed - Harvey deserved to be vilified after that infamous interview with Mo'Nique. He revealed himself as anything but manly.

Samuels was harsh in tone, but he was battling the same forces that destroyed the sacred Black American Family that wielded mass media weaponry much bigger than his platform, so he needed to be.

Summer King - @Muhammad... Like telling women that they were undesirable because they were overweight…. Some of his statements were factual but some of his remarks came from a place of bitterness. Overall his delivery was insensitive and in poor taste.

Muhammad Rasheed - Summer wrote: "like telling women that they were undesirable because they were overweight…"

This was a very important message on his platform, because the average woman has been casually indoctrinated in the idea that she can get any man she wants. There is a portion of truth here, since the average-level woman has the sexual pull of a male celebrity... but that's only in the sexual marketplace where marriage isn't on the table.

The problem is that the type of male (6 ft+, wealthy, handsome) that most women say they want to marry them is only a fraction of the male populace, and that type of guy is VERY picky. The type of guy that all women say they want—who is a literal statistical rarity—absolutely personally believes that overweight women are undesirable. Pointing that out is not being mean, but provides some of the basic info you need to be aware of if you intended to compete with all the other women who also want that guy to marry them. Getting upset and calling everybody names because you need to achieve and maintain a certain level of physical fitness if you reasonably expect to get anywhere near close to the goal you said that you want, will not help you.

Summer wrote: "Some of his statements were factual but some of his remarks came from a place of bitterness."

This is a very subjective opinion that doesn't actually match Samuel's body of material. It's much more likely that the women who discover that in order to attract the attention of the type of male they want to marry, they would have to work harder in the social relations sphere than they have ever worked in their lives to compete for that guy, and they found the hard truth a bitter pill to swallow and decided to blame Samuels himself for their disappointments.

Summer wrote: "Overall his delivery was insensitive and in poor taste."

Granted, but the chances are that women who had priced themselves out of the marriage marketplace for the type of guy they want by presenting with: 

  • over the age of peak fertility
  • high body counts
  • children from previous relationships
  • overweight
  • masculine qualities developed from a successful working career 

...all the traits that the type of guy you want to attract DOESN'T like — you would have responded with a brat tantrum no matter how that message was delivered because you've been unfairly brainwashed into believing everyone should just bow down to your whims because of #BlackGirlMagic fantasies. 

That's not how reality works, ma'am. The sexual revolution may have worked out great for the corporate paymasters and certain slimeball, partisan political figures, but it has failed the family. If you want to be happy, you're going to have to return to a portion of the old traditional values system. 

***SUMMER KING BLOCKED ME***

Radi Lewis - Yep... you pretty much nailed it.

Muhammad Rasheed - I packaged that discussion up and posted it on my blog because, despite all of her "I got time!" and "These guys don't want no smoke!" talk, she Blocked me before the argument even got good. ๐Ÿ˜’

So now I'm soliciting for debate partners made of sterner stuff that I may test out my mastery of this new material.

Radi Lewis - I think that would be a very interesting back and forth. From what I hear from the folks who don't like him is his tone. While I don't agree with everything I think more of what he says should be taken at face value.

Muhammad Rasheed - Radi wrote: "From what I hear from the folks who don't like him is his tone."

TRANSLATION: "He didn't tell me what I want to hear and he made sense with his uncomfortable truths, so he needs to just shut up!"

Samuels was not their man and was under zero obligation to rub their backs and coo into their ears when he explained why they were 100% wrong. The 'tone police' response is a worthless fallacy and personally irritates me just as much as it does when my white racist ideological foes use it. The only thing that matters here is whether these women went to the gym or not after they heard Samuels' message, or settled for a guy at their same average level, or lower if they were a high-income earner. If they aren't trying to win and only want to continue to complain because the universe doesn't bend to BlackGirlMagic in real life, then there's no need to keep talking about it with them. I'll just smh and change the subject.

Radi wrote: "While I don't agree with everything"

What parts did you disagree with?

Fredro Hampton - So you unabashedly support Kevin? ๐Ÿคฎ

Fredro Hampton - His delivery definitely sucks but his lack of consideration of psychological and historical context shows why he foolishly and ignorantly chose to address the subject matter in this way

Fredro Hampton - You can address the bad choices and warped views of a group without hooking your wagon to the more known subject matter "authority".

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "So you unabashedly support Kevin?"

No, there's some aspects of his material I disagree with. Like the idea that the high-value figure can "exercise his options" and his household just has to put up with immoral foolishness, and similar items.

Fredro wrote: "but his lack of consideration of psychological and historical context"

I didn't find his work to be like that. In fact, since I had gotten used to arguing with some of the biggest knuckleheads on social media, who to a man were all fans of Samuels, I assumed his work would demonstrate a "lack of consideration of psychological and historical context," but I was wrong. That made me open my mind and take the time to see what he was really talking about.

Now I've reached the phase in my own study processes where I'm ready to argue the material myself with game opponents to see where the holes are.

Fredro wrote: "You can address the bad choices and warped views of a group without hooking your wagon to the more known subject matter 'authority.'"

A couple of times I saw Samuels make comments that fell in the lane of "if you want to make the top money in markets dominated by whites, you're going to have to conform to white expectations," et cetera. It's difficult to counter that logic. The only realistic way to fix that particular problem is with the robust Reparations program the activists are fighting for — a point I was later surprised to see Samuels himself mention in a clip filmed shortly before his death, which is why I was inspired to check out his work in the first place.

Fredro Hampton - My arguments will always come back to the same points. Because they are true and because my mission is only for people to have more complete thought processes.

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "my arguments will always come back to the same points."

Against Samuels' stuff you mean?

Fredro wrote: "Because they are true and because my mission is only for people to have more complete thought processes."

I'm open to hearing your arguments.

Fredro Hampton - How can one be condescending and dispense condemnation on a woman who loves a man and has his child?

This I ask when we know regardless of marital status or finances a woman is compelled to have children by experiences that come with being poor, Black and a victim of systemic issues and anti-Blackness.

Examples.....

Waiting on a particular guy to marry her before having a child is a wonderful sentiment but not always realistic. Some men wont marry knowing it will adversely affect their finances. You know why a woman is better off single (on paper) for insurance reasons than married to me working at this factory with shorty benefits. And we know systemically how government subsidies destroy and help simultaneously. We know why the man's insurance is shit because of capitalism and how anything for the poor working class is not meant to elevate.

Am I to condemn her inclination to have a child by one she loves and am I to condemn him for not marrying her?

Now the topic of discussion should be on prepping single adults as well as married couples on how to be great partners and parents.

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "how can one be condescending and dispense condemnation on a woman who loves a man and has his child?"

I can't say that I see Samuels being condescending to the people themselves, but to the mindset of defending a modern lifestyle that treats having kids out of wedlock as if it isn't a big deal, blaming all the problems on "toxic men" and using the #BlackGirlMagic trope to pretend her own stuff doesn't stink. Those women who fiercely hold onto those points as an ideology worth preserving are the ones Samuels would lose patience with.

Fredro wrote: "This I ask when we know regardless of marital status or finances a woman is compelled to have children by experiences that come with being poor, Black and a victim of systemic issues and anti-Blackness."

I think the example of the previous generations — like the chronically poor Black Americans(ADOS) during the Great Depression — keeping the family together to combat the negative effects of both poverty and systemic racism is significant. I think it's clear that the break up of the ADOS Family is the effects of a deliberate attack, and the brainwashing that has our men and women treating the modern system as something that should be preserved, fought for, or even justified & coddled should be fiercely countered. People criticize Samuels' tone, but I don't think a gentle-n-soft counter-propaganda would be very effective. Not against a destructive trend that's pretending to be "progress" for women worth them fighting for.

Fredro wrote: "Am I to condemn her inclination to have a child by one she loves and am I to condemn him for not marrying her?"

Having children out of wedlock is wrong and should be condemned. The ADOS Family should be celebrated and encouraged just as it has been in generations past. Coddling behaviors that have measurable destructive outcomes in our communities will not help anything, and if the truth stings and hurts people's feelings, then so what? What matters is that we get the people back on track and develop new norms that actually give our children a better chance for success than what they have today.

Fredro wrote: "Now the topic of discussion should be on prepping single adults as well as married couples on how to be great partners and parents."

This part actually represents the core part of Kevin Samuels' platform. Once people are able to process pass the harsh truths and let go of the destructive modern ideologies they were holding on to, then they are able to receive the instruction for improving their position in society.

Fredro Hampton - His delivery is crap, he doesn't for example tell my wife she messed up by choosing a "felon" unless he explains that it's not because I'm a felon but because I am a "felon" who is not yet proven or prepared for higher functioning.

Fredro Hampton - And so here is why I broadly condemn him , because he makes broad statements and assessments that lack detail. This makes the women hating buffoons overjoyed because they can use his less than details banter as fodder. He I believe knew this but much like Republicans who see racists aligned with them, they ignore it or play into it because they need that base.

Muhammad Rasheed - Some folks get stuck at the part where the modern ideology that they bought into about how they perceive the world and their choices has failed them. Some can't let that go and want to defend it to the death even when it doesn't make sense and they know their points aren't holding up. Usually they attack Samuels with' tone police' fallacies as if that's the real reason they were messing up and will more than likely die miserable & alone if they stay on the path they are on.

For others, they get walked down and are able to let go of their ego so they can begin having a productive discussion.

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "And so here is why I broadly condemn him , because he makes broad statements and assessments that lack detail."

I couldn't condemn him for that type of stuff, since the statistics back the general situation. He's able to get into the weeds for a more detailed analysis only if the interviewee is able to get passed their feelings.

Fredro wrote: "This makes the women hating buffoons overjoyed because they can use his less than details banter as fodder. He I believe knew this but much like Republicans who see racists aligned with them, they ignore it or play into it because they need that base."

This was also the reason I initially assumed his material lacked value, because those same woman-hating goons I argued with happened to have Samuels' portrait on their wall next to the worthless Tariq Nasheed & Professor Black Truth. Once I looked into the material myself, I saw that they lacked discernment and conspicuously ignored the parts of Samuels' work that didn't align to their silly and self-serving caricatures they had molded it into.

Fredro Hampton - Last point polygamists societies exist and existed for us pre colonialism and what's at the base here is monogamy

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "last point polygamists societies exist and existed for us pre colonialism and what's at the base here is monogamy"

Monogamy is the best case situation. Even among the small, high-value male population, only a fraction of those are able to successfully juggle multiple partners without creating a sh*t storm of melodrama & disfunction.

In the Qur'an, the One God allows multiple wives only under certain circumstances, and none of those involve greed-fueled sexual lust. In any event, American society isn't set up for the polygamist family structure anyway, so it's best to use the same highly-disciplined self-restraint they applied to ascend to the TopG business status for their personal relationships, too.

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Fredro Hampton - I'm not buying into the conquered mindset that would have me believe my conquerors way is the only way. Islam or no Islam we as Africans had ways of life pre Arab and European and I don't accept that their conquests and colonialism is a blessing that saved us. We had salvation before them and without them otherwise I must believe enslavement was a necessary evil.

Fredro Hampton - And as for your cartoon, I'm wit it but muta was permitted for long term travelers in and out of war time. Hell the horn dogs try to use Aisha as an excuse to marry young girls ๐Ÿ™„.

They ignore the elder women married which brought them esteem and made them cared for. It was about caring for our Ummah young and old maybe just maybe, love would creep in and mutually compell consummation.

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "I'm not buying into the conquered mindset that would have me believe my conquerors way is the only way."

Al-Islam is a religion, not a conquering ideology. It spread across the world because the people were ready to receive it, not because they were forced to submit to it.

There are other ways to perform human behaviors, but the way that the One God instructs is the best way.

Fredro wrote: "Islam or no Islam we as Africans had ways of life pre Arab and European and I don't accept that their conquests and colonialism is a blessing that saved us. We had salvation before them and without them otherwise I must believe enslavement was a necessary evil."

The core message of Al-Islam didn't begin in Arabia with the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). It is the original religion of humankind preached by all the prophets, and included numerous prophets among the African peoples as well. The problem is that, like many others before and after them, replaced God's message with fabrications of their own.

God said that the best situation for humans is monogamy, which means that has always been the best situation for us, even if there are times when events will make the other situation permissible. God makes it clear that even during those situations it would be better for the woman to stay single and tough out her life rather than put up with some TopG's bullsh*t. This is significant, and even partially links to one of your earlier comments about modern women and their choices ("You know why a woman is better off single").

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "And as for your cartoon, I'm wit it but muta was permitted for long term travelers in and out of war time."

The cartoon was just a cover illustration for the blog discussion underneath.

Fredro wrote: "Hell the horn dogs try to use Aisha as an excuse to marry young girls ๐Ÿ™„."

I know.

Fredro wrote: "They ignore the elder women married which brought them esteem and made them cared for. It was about caring for our Ummah young and old maybe just maybe, love would creep in and mutually compell consummation."

Yes, this was the reason God gave for allowing up to four wives. It was brought up in the linked discussion.

Fredro Hampton - I didn't just relegate Islam to be an Arab construct nor did I imply all who accepted it early in continental Africa were conquered but conquering helped it spread along with it being pragmatic

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "but conquering helped it spread along with it being pragmatic"

Perhaps to a degree, but the earliest non-Muslim primary sources demonstrate that the religion itself spread organically through word-of-mouth. The conquering era of greedy Arab Expansionism happened later.

Fredro Hampton - I dont agree on how long after the demise of our beloved Rasool (Peace Be Upon Him and His Household) but we are in close enough proximity

Fredro Hampton - I close with this. A tighter explanation would have kept the bullshit shells of men from attaching themselves to him and from women whom it didn't apply to from being offended

Fredro Hampton - So fuck him for not caring enough about the discord he helped promote

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "but we are in close enough proximity"

There was enough time to provide evidence by the disbelieving scholars in the book I linked that the whole "Islam was spread by the sword" talking point was just a myth. There was a clear dividing line between the spread of Islam versus the later new Islamic World Sultans who just wanted to capture new land for their empire.

Fredro Hampton - Is this the point where I block you?

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "A tighter explanation would have kept the bullshit shells of men from attaching themselves to him and from women whom it didn't apply to from being offended"

That comes across as a naรฏve opinion to me. You yourself pointed out how diabolical conservative white racists like to cherry-pick material to fit the narratives they want to push. That concept will forever be among us by those who are not interested in the truth, but on what they want to be true. Those "bullshit shells of men" will always be here, to greater or lesser degree depending on how we manage our affairs moving forward.

I appreciate the discussion, Fredro. Thank you for your time.

Fredro Hampton - We definitely disagree on that one. But I agree in my appreciation of our discussion

Muhammad Rasheed - Fredro wrote: "is this the point where I block you?"

lol Don't. You might feel like revisiting it one day. ๐Ÿ˜›

Fredro Hampton - ๐Ÿ˜†










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The Fallacy of 'Skin Color Blindness'

 

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Friday, April 28, 2023

Why is Modern 'Progress' Indistinguishable From Regular Ole Self-Serving White Supremacy?

 

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Ashanti Ghania - That’s not everyone. Yes, marriage between a white man and a black woman is rare but it does exist: George Lucas to Melody Hobbs and David Bowie to Iman among others.

Gen X era black men abandoned black women and married outside the race in droves unless we looked like Lisa Bonet. Why can’t black women find their princes elsewhere?

Muhammad Rasheed - Ashanti wrote: "That’s not everyone."

The cartoon isn't talking about everyone, just the ones that inspired it.

Ashanti Ghania - Can you draw a distinction? Otherwise, this cartoon is very hurtful to “nervous marriages”.

Muhammad Rasheed - No.

Ashanti Ghania - Expect a backlash then. Then again, you must be used to it.

Muhammad Rasheed - It's usually triggered rage that inspires me to create.

I do not even remotely share your concerns on this topic.

Ashanti Ghania - It’s your reputation…

Muhammad Rasheed - I will die on the anti-racism hill, especially over *ANY* items merely pretending to be "progress."

Ashanti Ghania - I’ll die exposing underfunded parenting due to abandonment of black women by heat-seeking bachelors—-ESPECIALLY when in the case of reverse racism.

Muhammad Rasheed - There's no such thing as "reverse racism." That's a MAGA talking point.

All we have are attacks on the Black American Family we need to fight against. The white liberal narrative of what that fight is supposed to be has always been an anti-Black racist weapon. Our job is to learn how to stop swallowing it and reacting to it, male & female.

In the meanwhile, I'm going to viciously attack the parts I personally hate the most, with complete indifference whose tears fall from the clash.













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Thursday, April 27, 2023

FANTASY MATCH: Boxing Eliminator - Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, Rocky Marciano & Roy Jones Jr.

 


Q: Who would win in a boxing match in their prime, Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, Rocky Marciano, or Roy Jones Jr.?

Muhammad Rasheed - A prime Joe Louis would add Marciano to his “bum-of-the-month” checklist with zero issue. He would also embarrass a game Jack Johnson because of the evolution in sweet science skills the ‘Brown Bomber’ represented — it’s a huge chasm between the boxing skill & techniques displayed by the top fighters of Louis’ day versus the top fighters at the turn of the century; Louis would send missile-like crisp sharp bombs straight through Johnson’s ridiculously primitive guard and destroy him.

Some fans assume that Roy Jones, Jr. would lose to Louis because he was the naturally smaller man, but the real deciding factor is the fact that Roy fought with an unusual awkward style not dissimilar to Muhammad Ali’s. Ali gave the boxers of the old guard hell — they just couldn’t figure him out and combined with his physical gifts couldn’t touch him either. Ali’s performances against the great fighters of the previous older style were so dominant they were embarrassing mix-matches. Jones did the same thing to top fighters of traditional styles, with his dominance over James “Lights out” Toney being a perfect case in point.

As long as Roy Jones, Jr. stayed on the outside and kept his older-styled opponent confused & frustrated, I see no reason why he wouldn’t at least be able to take Joe Louis the distance for an impressive win.

Jack Womac - I have to respectfully disagree.No fighter in history would turn Marciano into a “bum of the month”, nor have an easy time against him Ali included.

As for Jones he was one of the most physically gifted fighters ive ever seen.But Joe Louis is a far cry from John Ruiz.Over 15 rds,Louis would catch and k.o. Jones.Respectfully.

Muhammad Rasheed - Jack wrote: “I have to respectfully disagree.”

You aren’t disagreeing based on logic/reason, but based on how you feel. An idol-worship position isn’t much of an argument.

Jack wrote: “No fighter in history would turn Marciano into a ‘bum of the month’”

Yeah? Here’s what we know for sure:

1.) In his prime, Louis made quick work of a whole bunch of fighters who were no different from how Marciano performed.

2.) Marciano came into his own during a transition era, when all the top fighters of the day were then in their waning careers and ready to retire.

Your worship of the Marciano myth is unwarranted and falls apart with minimum pushback from the facts.

Jack wrote: “nor have an easy time against him Ali included.”

Remember the famous Ali quote when he said if you even DREAMED about beating him, you’d better wake up and apologize? He was talking to your overrated Marciano bum. :P

Jack wrote: “As for Jones he was one of the most physically gifted fighters ive ever seen.But Joe Louis is a far cry from John Ruiz.Over 15 rds,Louis would catch and k.o. Jones.Respectfully.”

Both Jones and Louis were physically gifted, and I suspect that the older man in his prime would’ve had better conditioning, since the rounds were so much longer in that era. Jones’ advantage is that he’s not a conventional fighter, and Louis wasn’t equipped to deal with what Jones brought to the table. This is significant, because in Louis’ era, trainers were known for deliberately avoiding putting their fighters in the ring with anything that was unusual for the trainer themselves to deal with — they wouldn’t even allow them to fight southpaw fighters! Not that they couldn’t be trained to deal with it, but only because the trainers themselves were lazy and just didn’t want the extra work. For this reason, Jones would have confused the Brown Bomber for an early stoppage.

Jack Womac - No idol worshipping here,just stating facts. Your bias is condescending. I made a reply to your post and made it a point to let you know “no disrespect”,just my thinking as you gave yours.

Many great fighters and trainers must be under the influence of the “myth”, because they've made much stronger pro Marciano statements than I did.

Anyhow that's your opinion,Marciano an overrated bum? No problem, at all.

Muhammad Rasheed - Jack wrote: “No idol worshipping here,just stating facts.”

You don’t know what a fact is. Even though a prime Louis literally made short work of an endless stream of fighters who performed exactly the way Marciano did, you magically believe that Louis wouldn’t have done the same thing to Marciano during his prime because…

…you believe he wouldn’t. lol

That’s magical thinking based on your idol worship of the man. You didn’t even try to logic out a reasonable explanation for your disagreement. That’s what I mean by idol-worship. You didn’t provide anything for me to counter-argue, but you think you somehow “stated facts.” lol

Jack wrote: “Your bias is condescending.”

Agreed. Next time, try harder to provide value. I don’t have any respect for idol worship. It’s a sin.

Jack wrote: “I made a reply to your post and made it a point to let you know “no disrespect”,just my thinking as you gave yours.”

I’m not a pagan, so I don’t respect idol worship. If you have a better argument with actual substance to it, then please provide it.

Jack wrote: “Many great fighters and trainers must be under the influence of the ‘myth,’ because they've made much stronger pro Marciano statements than I did.”

lol Okay, then at least post one of those and try to defend it.

Jack wrote: “Anyhow that's your opinion,Marciano an overrated bum? No problem, at all.”

I explained why. If you disagree then use your words and explain why I’m wrong. Pretending to “state facts” while you conspicuously don’t state a single fact isn’t a position worthy of my respect. Try harder.

Jack Womac - You seem like your looking to argue so Ill agree that we don't agree. You want to say your right? Go ahead. You know everything about everything from boxing to religion. Im proud of you, here's a nickel.Maybe you should try your vast knowledge over on box rec .Someone there will get you your arguing fix.

PS: I dont need or want your respect that was meant for people worthy of respect

Muhammad Rasheed - Jack wrote: “You seem like your looking to argue”

I’m just requesting that you make more of an effort. Posting magical idol-worshiping beliefs isn’t the same as “stating facts.”

Plus you went out of your way to tell me you disagreed with my Answer, so you were also looking to argue, too, right?

Jack Womac - Not at all. Just stating that I didn't agree with your full assesment. Im never looking to argue with anyone .If I had been looking to argue I would have been rude right out the gate.But I wasn't nor am I with anyone discussing things-No matter

Muhammad Rasheed - “Argument” means two different things:

1.) A quarrel or a fight

2.) A philosophical, formal exchange of ideas using reason to persuade.

I'm inviting you to provide the second option. That's more valuable that just having a rude fight or providing your idol-worship, fanboy spank-off over Marciano.

Saturday, April 22, 2023

The Stupid Kind of Financial Literacy

 

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#TheResistance (@BoneKnightmare) - So we all agree that #Reparations is mandatory at this point.

NewRoTheo (@porscheFanNYC) - Yeah no how about making better choices and investments.

My network and what I have access to is up there because choices my grandparents and parents made.

Grandmother that invested in real estate. My father who is very frugal and good at saving money. Etc

NewRoTheo (@porscheFanNYC) - No reparations were needed.

Muhammad Rasheed - You don't know what Reparations actually is in this context. You seem to think it's just a welfare/stimulus check for poor people. 

It's actually a debt composed of generations of stolen inheritance wealth due to centuries of deliberate economic discrimination.



NewRoTheo (@porscheFanNYC) - I still don't need reparations personally.

Muhammad Rasheed - Reparations is a debt owed to our group for wrong committed against us. That's like telling the insurance agency that you don't need the payout you were entitled to because you already have money. Your position on the topic is not smart.









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Tuesday, April 18, 2023

How White Racists Respond to Being Called Out on Their Racism

 

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Crazy Clips (@crazyclipsonly) - Woman puts her dog in dryer on Instagram live ๐Ÿ˜ณ

Muhammad Rasheed - "Woman?" She's a child.

chaos (@forgetchaos) - And? Lock her up

Muhammad Rasheed - Hm. If only we could lock all of whoever your people are whenever they've made any level of bad decision ever. Adults & children.

chaos (@forgetchaos) - She is clearly old enough to be charged. And it’s not a race thing stop trying to make it a race thing

Muhammad Rasheed - Treating Black children like adults has been a white sociopathic trait since slavery, so yeah, it is a race thing.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - Them don’t arrest her, fine, but get that dog out of that house.

Muhammad Rasheed - Was "arresting" this mere child your first instinct?

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - First instinct was to get that dog out of that house. Then yeah, call police. She said she’s going to put his ass BACK in the dryer. That POS has done this before. She’s on a bad path, better correct it now or next she’s picking on smaller kids. Yeah, that behavior progresses

Muhammad Rasheed - If she were a white child instead of a Black one, would you call her a "POS" and call the police on her? 

Be honest, please.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - Anyone who harms a defenseless animal is a POS, you’ve got serious problems if you think race has any bearing whatsoever here

Muhammad Rasheed - Treating Black children as if they are adults is 100% part of the racist history of the USA going back to slavery. You are casually ignorant about the topic. Racism against my people is worse than the regrettable poor decision of this child.

Muhammad Rasheed - You didn't answer my question because we both know you would not use such language with a member of your own identity group. Note that whites routinely make up excuses to cover/lessen the wrongs of their mass shooter sociopaths.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - Go fuck your self. She has repeatedly abused a defenseless animal and you excuse it away and play the race card. You’re a fvking moron ๐Ÿ–•๐Ÿ–•

Muhammad Rasheed - I'm not going to go "f*ck myself." 

You are a racist with a hypocritical code in how you treat Black children versus white children. 

You are the problem with the world, not a little kid making a mistake.


m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - Your desperate attempt to use the race card makes you look incredibly shallow.Trying to make my comments racist to deflect from the fact someone could abuse ananimal routinely makes me question your ability to understand that her behavior is not normal. Yeah,I’m the bad guy here

Muhammad Rasheed - There's is no "race card." There is only the reality of U.S. race relations history, and the fact that whites treat Black children as if they are adults because you are evil and sadistic. 

Nothing you type holds value outside of showing you are a terrible excuse for a human.

All I see is a foul-mouthed, uncouth white man who wants to pretend that a Black child making a juvenile mistake is an excuse to abuse the criminal justice system to feed your violent racist sociopathy.

If she were white, you would not behave this harshly against her and would recommend proper instruction, therapy, or helping her using your gentle inside voice as if you were actually civilized. 

You show your true nature whenever you respond to anything involving my group.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - You are such a racist. You even read what you post?? YOU are the racist here

Muhammad Rasheed - In your twisted universe, I'm the "racist" for no other reason than because I called out your racism.

We both know the real reason a red-faced, sweaty, profane white male adult went out of his way to defend treating a Black little girl as if she's an adult, don't we?

Enjoy hellfire, filth.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - How many times you going to refer to me as a WHITE man?  Your racism makes you see things that aren’t there. That chip on your shoulder must be a burden to carry. You are the racist here

Muhammad Rasheed - "Caserta" is an Italian surname, yes? Italy is a European country, yes? You have all of the physical phenotype traits of the Caucasoid race, yes? You're literally treating a Black child as if she's an adult, yes?

Okay, then you are "white." Take a bow.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - You’re a racist with nothing else to offer. Your life is sad

Muhammad Rasheed - I clearly have plenty to offer you. Am I not instructing you in how to stop being a worthless racist? You're welcome.

Or is this a demonstration of casting pearls before swine? ๐Ÿค”

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - You’re an eloquent racist, but a racist nonetheless

Muhammad Rasheed - I'll accept the compliment, but I am not a racist. I do not believe my group is magically superior to others just because of racial phenotype. That is not my shtick, that's yours. Whites literally invented the concept and signed it into law for love of money, remember?

Muhammad Rasheed - "How many times you going to refer to me as a WHITE man?"

Stop being one and I'll be forced to refer to you as Italian-American. "Whiteness" is certainly not my invention since it doesn't benefit me at all by design.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - And instead of calling out abhorrent behavior you’ll deflect by calling people racist with zero proof, you disgust  me

Muhammad Rasheed - Treating a Black child as an adult is a racist trope as old as slavery. You performed it, then doubled-down on it when I called you out, therefore that is my proof you are a racist.

Being an adult performing racist behavior is MORE abhorrent than a child making a mistake.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - You brought race into a thread  that has nothing to do with race. You are the racist here, just not smart enough to realize. Seek help and go away

Muhammad Rasheed - A racist trope headlined the original Tweet when it called a Black child a "woman" which is a typical racist thing to do. It's not new. 

Are you proud of your ignorance? Or is this something else? How many Black children did you g*rape while pretending they were adults? Did you tell your buddies on the police force the children you g*raped were adults and they (wink, wink) agreed with you and let you go?

Muhammad Rasheed - I ask because there is literally no other logical reason why you are in this thread defending what you are defending.

Confess.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - You’re such a racist it causes you to make idiotic statements. You’re living proof that racism actually makes you even more stupid than you naturally were

Muhammad Rasheed - Between the two of us, you're the one who filled a thread with your ignorance of a topic you are passionately against. Your rabid, profane defensiveness in response to being called out on your racism is evidence of your chronic anger-fueled stupidity. Stop g*raping kids, pedo.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - Go spread your irrational hate elsewhere and I’ll keep calling animal abusers pieces of shit, no matter their color

Muhammad Rasheed - "As reported, human traffickers exploit domestic and foreign victims in Liberia, and traffickers exploit victims from Liberia abroad. Trafficking within the country is more prevalent than transnational trafficking, and the majority of victims are children."



Muhammad Rasheed - You believe that my telling you to stop being a racist pedo is "hate," huh?

What a strange & perverted universe you live in.

m caserta (@michaelcaserta2) - ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ  Now I’m a pedo?? Just when I think there’s no way you could say anything more stupid you outdo yourself.

Muhammad Rasheed - 1.) You're flying the Liberian flag
2.) Liberia is infamous for white male sex trafficking "tourism"
3.) You defended calling a Black child a "woman"

What else would it be? Stop g*raping kids, pedo.

Muhammad Rasheed - For some reason, you also think that your race-based participation in child sex trafficking is hilarious. 

Curious.

Muhammad Rasheed - I also noticed that cocaine is called "Italian white" in Liberia. Your surname is Italian.

๐Ÿคจ

Muhammad Rasheed - What kind of "business" are you operating exactly?



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ITALY - Why do d&c threads against europeans always come from memeflags?

Why are the only argument they can offer always strawmen and shitty images with no substance?

Is perhaps someone mad at us for having persecuted them for millennias? Hmm...

USA - I don't think you understand. OP is the guy who made that comic. He comes in sometimes with a pirate flag and links his website or youtube

Muhammad Rasheed - @USA... Not true. I've actually never posted on the 4chan/pol site before. If I ever do, I'll 100% display my real name and brand logo so you all will have zero doubt it's me. 











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