Wednesday, June 5, 2019

White Supremacy In the LGBT Community: Do Black Lives Matter in the Gay Community?

How White Supremacy and Colorblind Indifference in the LGBT Community is killing Black Gay Men  

A rainbow that slays black men is nothing to be prideful about

The Research

“When you look at the racism and discrimination that black gay and bisexual men experience from other gay and bisexual men, that is impossible,” reiterates Scales, who is a black gay man himself. “And I think that’s why you will see that the sexual networks are limited to only dating other [black] gay and bisexual men.” 

"In the minority stress model, “prejudice events” associated with a minority status, such as discrimination or expectations of prejudice, act as stressors in the lives of minority persons (Meyer 2003). These stressors are both unique and additive to everyday life stressors that all people experience. It is the excess stress associated with stigma and discrimination that contributes to the higher rates of mental health disorders often found in sexual minority population groups." 

"According to Krieger, discrimination is “a socially structured and sanctioned phenomenon, justified by ideology and expressed in interactions, among and between individuals and institutions, intended to maintain privileges for members of [certain] groups at the cost of deprivation of others” (Krieger 2000:41). "

No Asians, no black people. Why do gay people tolerate blatant racism

The BlackConservative360 View: Perhaps one of the most shameful things that keeps coming up in my brief research on this topic is this rush to explain it all away by educated black liberal gays. It's as if they see the problem, but want to direct attention away from white-supremacy in the gay community and instead direct anger towards "society" at large or point to homophobia in the black community. By minimizing the role white-supremacy plays in the gay community --  the black community (namely The Black Church) becomes the constant target -- not the racism in the gay community. The gay community often claims that the Civil Rights Movement was it's inspiration. But, inspiration to do what - create a gay community where black gay men are considered pariahs in their  own gay community? According to studies, (listed below) black gay men are "the least desirable" to either 1). hang around in the gay community or 2). to date -- said by many (not all) Asian, Hispanic, and White gays. 

Research suggest that these racist/biased views (largely shaped by white-supremacy) inform how these non- black gays engage black gay men. The consequences of all this cultural apartheid is black gay men get hurt the most because the other racial groups limit their dating networks. Black gay men (due to choice/bias/racism) tend to date a smaller pool of people -- mostly other blacks --(this despite them not being more promiscuous) explains their high rates of HIV infections! 

What kind of colorblind rainbow is this? That kills black bodies?
What kind of rainbow is this where black men come out of the closet to die because of biases informed by white supremacy.
What kind of rainbow is this? 
Rainbow or bloody rag - built off of black pain? You tell me.
What kind of rainbow is this? 

German Americans, African Americans, and the Republican Party in St. Louis, 1865-1872

How policy decisions made by the Missouri Republican Party in the years following the Civil War threatened to undermine support for the party among the state's German population. These policies included a failure to address specific economic concerns, the inclusion of religious language and a loyalty oath for clergymen in the new Missouri constitution, and the issue of black suffrage.

Conference Paper in Journal of American ethnic history 28(1):34-51 · September 2008:

Friday, May 31, 2019

Tree of Logic: TPUSA's Guide To White Supremacy (PART 1)

Recently there has been a change of staff for Turning Point USA. Do you know why? Watch this shocking video to learn more.

TPUSA's Guide To White Supremacy (PART 1)

- Candace Owens did not leave Turning Point USA

- Charlie Kirk, Turning Point USA started it at 18 because he was rejected from West Point. He felt blacks took his position (TRUE STORY). He felt slighted.

According to Tree of Logic: Because Charlie Kirk, founder believed he was a victim of identity politics, he felt he would - exploit black people - for vengeance and make millions of dollars in the process.

He would use diversity to DESTROY diversity.

Yaya J. Fanusie - Stronger AML Enforcement Might Actually Save Crypto

The crypto industry is in an uproar over stricter AML standards. I think folks are missing the bigger picture. These standards just might save the crypto space. I explain in my latest Forbes Crypto article.

(Forbes Magazine) -- A backlash is brewing in the cryptocurrency business sector as financial authorities prepare to enforce regulations that directly challenge cryptocurrency technology’s pseudonymous and permissionless nature. However, this backlash is a sign that many in the crypto space are missing the bigger picture. Stronger regulations for anti-money laundering and countering the financing of terrorism (AML/CFT) are exactly what is needed if cryptocurrencies are to achieve mass adoption.

In late June, the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an intergovernmental body that sets global AML/CFT standards, plans to finalize an update to its recommendations regarding new technologies in order to strengthen regulations on “virtual assets.”

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Princella Smith -- Walking wounded

Black conservatives are often unfairly accused of assuaging “white guilt” but delusional statements like Owens’ provide credence to those claims.

(Israel Hayom) -- As I recently watched black conservative activist Candace Owens address a congressional panel about white nationalism, I wanted to be able to cheer for her. I wanted to be proud that a fellow young, black conservative woman was given a prominent platform to deliver a powerful message about an increasingly important issue affecting the globe – but I couldn’t.

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Regina Belle & Barry White - Quiet Time

"Arktos Media " - The Budapest Publishing House that's Waging a Global Online War on Blacks and Jews

Instead of talking about “whiteness,” Arktos’ authors use sanitized terms like “European” and “Identitarian.”

(Vice News) -- For the last decade, Arktos Media has quietly churned out books with titles like “Generation Identity” and “Race Differences in Ethnocentrism” and sold them through mainstream booksellers like Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Today, Arktos publishes more than 120 titles by 54 authors. The overarching theme of Arktos’ work: Western civilization is under attack by immigration and liberalism and could be wiped out if something isn’t done about it — and soon.
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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

Cesária Évora - Sodade (HD) official video

Cesária Évora, Africa’s “barefoot diva”

Who showed you...
this distant way?
Who showed you...
this distant way?
This way ...
to Sao Tomé
Longing, longing,...
For this land of mine, Sao Nicolau
If you write me letter,...
I will write you back
If you forget me,...
I will forget you...
Until the day...
You come back
Taken from

Attorney for Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher, who is accused of multiple war crimes, says he will ask for trial dismissal at May 29 hearing

"The "woman" he killed was a school age girl walking with her friends, and the "man" an elderly man walking alone. The charges were brought to light by and corroborated by a group of other Navy Seals, not media, not bureaucrats, not politicians... Navy Seals. They first attempted to address their concerns internally within the Seal Teams, then with a Commanding Officer, only after their own careers were threatened for exposing his crimes, was it taken to NCIS. "
-- Jesse Schabert 

(Orange County Register) -  An attorney representing decorated Navy SEAL Edward “Eddie” Gallagher, who is accused of several war crimes including killing a teen ISIS fighter in 2017, said he will ask that the case against his client be dismissed — and if not dismissed, that the prosecutor and judge recuse themselves from the trial.

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Up is Down: Dinesh D’Souza Says the Civil Rights Act Was Part of Progressive Bigotry

What D’Souza doesn’t tell his readers is that Stoddard was popular among those in the Harding administration and that Republican Harding himself cited this tribute to white supremacy in a presidential speech on race.

Image: The Osceola (AR) Times, Nov. 19, 1920

(Warren Throckmorton) -- "On Twitter, Dinesh D’Souza is on the defensive. He desperately wants the Democratic party to be a party of bigotry and racism, not just during the 1800s but continuously through to the present. Given that Democratic president Lyndon Johnson supported and signed the Civil Rights Act and the Voting Rights Act, it is hard to make the case that Democratic party remained the party of racism. However, D’Souza is persistent. He invokes the well-known racism of Johnson as a Senator which to him is proof that the CRA and VRA were not what they seemed."

NEGROPHOBIA: The South in the Saddle: Lily White Progressive Racial Politics during the Wilson Years

Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Rep. Pressley Presses Secretary Mnuchin on Currency Redesign

Rep. Ayanna Pressley presses Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on the status of the redesign of the $20, $10, & $5 bills proposed during the Obama Administration during a hearing of the House Financial Services Committee entitled "The Annual Testimony of the Secretary of the Treasury on the State of the International Financial System - Part II.

Nazikeule im Dritten Reich

Angela Merkel warns against dark forces on the rise in Europe

"We have to tell our young people what history has brought over us and others."

(MSN) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said "there is work to be done" in Germany to face up to the dark forces that are finding mainstream support there and in other parts of the world.

"In Germany, obviously, they always have to be seen in a certain context, in the context of our past, which means we have to be that much more vigilant than others," she said.
Speaking exclusively to CNN's Christiane Amanpour a day after the European elections, where nationalists failed to live up to a forecasted surge in support, Merkel said we have to face-up "to the specters of the past."

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Quote of The Day

"Nationalism is not to be confused with #patriotism. Both words are normally used in so vague a way that any definition is liable to be challenged, but one must draw a distinction between them, since two different and even opposing ideas are involved.”

 — George Orwell

Tree of Logic: Black Voters Are Waiting for Stacey Abrams 2020 Presidential Run (told ya so)

TPUSA Promo: How To Shame Black People To Vote Republican

Shaquita Jackson and Charline Kirk (Massa Charlie's Sister) created a promo teaching conservatives how to shame black people to vote Republican.

Please keep in mind that this video is satirical in nature. 

This video is dedicated to humor while simultaneously exposing the mindset of the TPUSA staff.

Monday, May 20, 2019

Regina Belle - This Is Love

Lily White Racism: William Henry Lewis vs Calvin Coolidge

"Calvin Coolidge made little attempt to cultivate Negro opinion; indeed, he seemed largely unaware of the existence of Negroes."

From the Calvin Coolidge Memorial Foundation Spring 2011 Newsletter:
By Bill Brooks, Former Development Director and current Executive Director of the Henry Sheldon Museum 

(The Coolidge Foundation) --
As the 1924 presidential election approached, two lead­ing African American Republican Party leaders, longtime as­sociates of President Calvin Coolidge, were divided on their endorsements. William Clarence Matthews (1877 – 1928) endorsed Calvin Coolidge and William Henry Lewis (1868-1949) endorsed the Democratic Party nominee John W. Davis of West Virginia.

Both gentlemen were from the south – Lewis was born in Berkley, Virginia, the son of former slaves, and Matthews was born in Selma, Alabama. Lewis attended Amherst College from 1888-1992, while Coolidge was there from 1891-1895; they overlapped during one academic year. Lewis went on to Har­vard Law School 1892-1894, where Matthews was later an un­dergraduate from 1901-1905. Both Lewis and Matthews were spectacular athletes. Lewis played football at both Amherst and Harvard and then coached at Harvard from 1895 to 1906, and he trained Matthews, who excelled in both football and base­ball. They were loyal Republicans, the party of Lincoln, as were most African Americans of the period. [During their lifetimes they were identified as “colored” or Negro,” but I have chosen to use the modern identification of African American.]

The issue that led to their contradictory presidential en­dorsements centered on the party platforms, or rather their interpretations of those platforms, and the candidates’ positions on the Ku Klux Klan. Lewis concluded that the Republican Par­ty platform was not strong enough in its criticism of the KKK and censured President Coolidge for not being more public in denouncing the Klan. 

He issued a fifteen page criticism of the Republican Party platform and the President on the issue of the KKK. Lewis endorsed the candidacy of John W. Davis of West Virginia based on the Davis renunciation of the KKK in a speech by Davis on August 21, 1924 at Sea Girt, New Jersey: “If any organization, no matter what it chooses to be called, whether it be KKK or any other name, raises the standard of racial and religious prejudices, or attempts to make racial ori­gins or religious beliefs the test of fitness for public office, it does violence to the spirit of American institutions and must be condemned by all those who believe in American ideals.”

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Regina Belle - God Is Good

Oklahoma Hall of Fame names 2019 inductee: Black Conservative J.C. Watts

Watts, who was raised in Eufaula and lives in Norman, played quarterback for the University of Oklahoma. After leading the team to back-to-back Orange Bowl victories, he was drafted by the New York Jets but signed with the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League.

(Tulsa World)Steve Largent and J.C. Watts will be among the eight people inducted into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame this year, it was announced Thursday.

Watts, who was raised in Eufaula and lives in Norman, played quarterback for the University of Oklahoma. After leading the team to back-to-back Orange Bowl victories, he was drafted by the New York Jets but signed with the Ottawa Rough Riders of the Canadian Football League. After five seasons, he returned to Oklahoma.
He is a former Oklahoma Corporation Commission member and served eight years in Congress representing the Fourth District."

Two Cheers for Black Capitalism!!

Shermichael Singleton -- Has the Republican Party changed forever?

Ever wonder how Donald Trump has changed the Republican Party?

Shermichael Singleton, Republican political consultant and contributing host of Vox's Consider It, talks to Bill Weld, President Trump's sole primary challenger. He's a moderate Republican on a mission to appeal to voters who no longer feel they have a place in the GOP.  Shermichael  also talks to former RNC chairman Michael Steele about the challenges Republicans face in 2020 and the future of the party. Ever wonder how Donald Trump has changed the Republican Party?

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Black Conservative Launches Black News Channel

J.C. Watts, Chairman of Black News Channel, joined Bold TV to discuss BNC, a network for African Americans by African-Americans. Watts described the editorial process and his goals for the channel which aims to launch in November.

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

"This is what underpins the far-right's endless whataboutery and tendency to equate slavery in different contexts across different millenia. The goal is to empty the history of the transatlantic slave trade of its unique racial element and thus remove its legacy as a determinant." - Liam Hogan

FACT: "Earlier coerced labor systems in the Atlantic World generally differed, in terms of scale, legal status, and racial definitions, from the trans-Atlantic chattel slavery system that developed and shaped New World societies from the sixteenth to the nineteenth centuries."

Professor Glenn C. Loury -- An American Tragedy: The legacy of slavery lingers in our cities’ ghettos

"The United States of America, “a new nation, conceived in liberty and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created equal,” began as a slave society. What can rightly be called the “original sin” slavery has left an indelible imprint on our nationa’s soul. A terrible price had to be paid, in a tragic, calamitous civil war, before this new democracy could be rid of that most undemocratic institution. But for black Americans the end of slavery was just the beginning of our quest for democratic equality; another century would pass before the nation came fully to embrace that goal." -- Glenn C. Loury

"A social scientist of any sophistication recognizes that societies are not amalgams of unrelated individuals creating themselves anew–out of whole cloth, as it were–in each generation. A complex web of social connections and a long train of historical influences interact to form the opportunities and shape the outlooks of individuals. Of course, individual effort is important, as is native talent and sheer luck, for determining how well or poorly a person does in life. But social background, cultural affinities, and communal influence are also of great significance. This is the grain of truth in the conservatives’ insistence that cultural differences lie at the root of racial inequality in America. But the deeper truth is that, for some three centuries now, the communal experience of the slaves and their descendants has been shaped by political, social, and economic institutions that, by any measure, must be seen as oppressive. When we look at “underclass culture” in the American cities of today we are seeing a product of that oppressive history. It is morally obtuse and scientifically naive to say, in the face of the despair, violence, and self-destructive folly of these people, that “if they would get their acts together, like the poor Asian immigrants, then we would not have such a horrific problem in our cities.”

An American Tragedy: The legacy of slavery lingers in our cities' ghettos 

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

White American Missionary Punching a Black African: "Nigger Bitch, Look at Christ Who Died for You."

  1. Jimmy Taylor, an American citizen and Christian Missionary was filmed being violent and racist towards hotel staff in Uganda

On Black Communism: "My race but not my taste." — Zora Neale Hurston