I came across these clips on another site, and I must say, I haven’t seen something purport itself so disgustingly to be Philosophical or conscious with such a lack of taste since whatever was the last Nas album…
Watch The Videos first!!
But I do want to ask my Beautiful Black women out there, who Iam sure will not watch all 3 of these crazy videos (And I wouldn’t blame you because it’s like signing up to get cursed out. How much verbal abuse should a woman sit and take?? But I wish you would, since you already started listening to this tirade for the first few minutes. Finish what you start is what I say), to really extract the tone, ignore the bashing, try to filter out the nerdy voice and over look the lack of professionalism and tact, not to mention racism and Afro-centric propaganda. I want you to put aside your feminist tendencies, and ideals of equity and equality, and REALLY TRULY ask yourselves…
Is there ANY truth to this??
Do you see any of yourselves of character in these descriptions??
Are some of these claims backed by sound historical elements??
Do you see a Problem??
Do Black Women have anything to answer for in relation to their transformations in modern society?
Or are we all okay as a people and this jerk is just living in a race-obsessed, gender-obsessed warp of anger dying to rant due to the unhappiness of his own pathetic failures in life and close-minded blockage??
I would like to leave this up for the weekend, and see what kind of feedback this generates. I’ll end by saying that I Love my independent Black women and they are the greatest high on Earth to me, but I have always noted that the gender – role displacement and invisible power struggle between black men and women has been a crisis that has crippled African-Americans for decades. This was prompted by the systematic breakdown of the Black family, but cultural and socio-economic factors have added to this. Our overall grasp of unity has been forever confounded, conflicted and damn near condemned to fail.
Either way, it’s something to think about now isn’t it? My job here is done…