Saturday, August 18, 2018
Japan has much to teach us if we take the time to listen. The nation has been good to me. Two and half years after moving to Tokyo all I can think is that I wish...
dragon ball super
Watching the Dragon Ball series life lesson nostalgia. Every episode hints at hidden esoteric gems. Allow me to provide a high-level overview of what's reinforced. Gohan "Knowledge is the springboard of imagination." Gohan has the luxury of being homeschooled...
Michael Harriot The Root
It has been clear for some time now that The Root and its bloggers have a deep seated hatred of all things straight, black and male and if you happen to be all three congratulations...
black people arguing
The biggest divide black folks currently have is black men and women picking at each other's deep-rooted scabs like children peeling lead paint off an old radiator. However, following a close second and flying slyly...
operation fast and furious
The crime statistics are in and the Democrat Republic of Chiraq aka democrat run Chicago has an illegal gun problem. As of May 9, 2018, 138 people have died in the city of Chicago due...
bong-hit
Before the faithful potheads attack me, let me first preface this by stating that I will be indulging in the herbals for 4/20. But we have to be real with ourselves. Weed is Addictive Tell a pothead that...
Black Lives Matter FBI
It’s, official Black Lives Matter is the FED’s! According to an FBI document dated to the year 2014, the FBI had been tracking, in detail, what they called “Black Identity Extremists” as they protested across...
As a black person, I'm supposed to hate Donald Trump. This is something I understand but do not agree with it. Why do I understand it? Something about "solidarity". But when solidarity means walking in...
Hoteps Dont be Menace
Online there lives a decent amount of hate for Hoteps. But Why? Here, I clear things up. 1. Afro-centrism The most common theme among all Hotep dissidents is a jest on African-centrism. Hoteps are unfairly depicted as...
Julius Malema
On February 11, 1990, Nelson Mandela addressed his country, Africa, and the world for the first time since his imprisonment. He spoke effusively of peace and reconciliation and of the need to wipe away the...