Friday, February 8, 2013

You wait right there. Keep pressure on it.. I'm going to organize a march so we can get some help.

I see that Jesse Jackson is still trying to keep his face on TV.

He organized a march the other day to "stand" up to the 2013 version Wild Wild West minstrel show that is going on in Chicago. He then called on the President to "help" stop those fools up there from killing each other.
What exactly is a fucking March supposed to accomplish?
And exactly what pray tell, is the President supposed to do?

The President made it clear that Chicago and all the other "minority" neighborhoods in this country that have a dozen killings a day is not on his main agenda.
It took some suburban "good" kids to get killed before he even dared to say anything about the violence in our neighborhoods. That was the "worst" day in his Presidency. Having 500 people (425 of them that could have been his cousins) murdered in his adopted home town?...that was just what "we" do. But 26 "perfect" kids in a city he probably never even been too? Shit... Now it's a national debate. The little girl that was in his inauguration celebration that got killed not even 3 days after he swore to defend the constitution from all enemies foreign and domestic?? Not a peep. No press visits to the funeral attending.. That is just what "we" do. So I think our President answered Uncle Jesse's plea for help.

Anyways...let me shut up about the First African American President.

A gatdamn march ain't gonna do shit.

Nothing. Not one damn thing. That was just a damn picture taking event for Uncle Jesse and his cronies.

The only thing that is going to stop the violence in Chicago and every other "hood" that is mainly populated by us darkies and brownies; is us darkies and brownies.

We have to decide when we have had enough of this bullshit.
We have to decide when we are tired of seeing our kids running around with their pants down around their knees disrespecting themselves and every person that is related to them.
We have to decide when we have had enough of failing schools in our communities.
We have to decide when we are tired of  single parent, women ran homes.
We have to decide when we have had enough of these gatdamn fake ass studio "gangstas" telling our kids what's "real".
We have to decide when we have seen enough baby mamas and baby daddy's.
We have to decide when we are tired of putting money on the books of our men that are incarcerated for doing "real" shit.

We have to decide this.
We cannot wait on some politrickster to pass some bullshit ass gun control "law" that ain't gonna stop fools from killing other fools.
And we damn sho cannot March this bullshit away.
And some good looking White man in a cape and tights is not gonna swoop out the sky and whisk all the thugs away.
This is a problem that we it's a problem that we are going to have to fix.

People are afraid to come out of their houses after a certain hour in some of these damn neighborhoods and this nigga wants to "march" shit right. A damn MARCH?!

Seriously Uncle Jesse?

What is this, 1965?

This is why we are not taken seriously up in this bytch.


blacksalvage said...

"There animals let them lose their souls..."

That's kinda the mentality I have on it now. Until black people exhibit the same enthusiasm they have for new Jordans on the issues that matter, ain't shit changing fast...

Beyond The Political Spectrum said...

Amen! Unless its a Trayvon Martin or white on black killing, our so-called "leaders" are absent in view of our social ills!

Reggie said...

I stopped taking Jessie Jackson seriously years ago.

Barack Obama is the president, he isn't Superman. What exactly is he supposed to do about all the violence in Chicago?!? What could he have done about the murder of those lil suburban kids in Newtown?!?

Years ago I went to hear Farrakhan speak in New Orleans. He talked about the violence and respect for our women and whatnot; and then I looked around and saw all those middle class men and college students and it occured to me that he was preaching to the choir. The people that needed a lecture weren't there that night.

The same thing, will happen at a so called march or a Supermanization of the presidency.

Alieux (Daij) said...

I really loved this blog entry. Wish I thought of it.