Discussion in 'Free Speech Alley' started by Winston1, Nov 30, 2017.
We would have wrongly been accused of being racist on the basis of the bold statement above.
At least he didn't use pejorative terms. If I had said cracker or porch monkey or any other terms like that I heard a million times, I would rightly be accused of racism.
Reminds me of this quote by a former head of state. Well, he was the head of Parliament at least.
"God bless CC and its vanilla suburbs" - George Clinton
Pretty sure he said that God wanted it to be majority African American. Which isn’t racist. Maybe God doesn’t really like those racist white people.
I don't think he mentioned God, but am not sure. I'll try and check it out. He really was addressing the issue of blacks thinking they weren't gonna be let back though.
This is the one in Gentilly.
Mancha... I though you were referring to the "look alike" Jim McElwain "nude shark photo" but with a bit of research, looks like you've introduced me to a whole new phrase... https://www.pastemagazine.com/blogs/lists/2012/10/10-jump-the-shark-moments-in-tv-history.html
You're right...He did say God wanted it that way.
I think that probably meant that God doesn't want exclusion of black people.
Did you read the quote? It says a majority... it doesn’t really matter. His vision and others’ don’t mean shit to the regular Joe