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Tuesday, September 15, 2015

Read the Exclusive Summary of Missouri Governor Jay Nixon’s Ferguson Commission Report

 

Black supremacist Tabari Coleman (note the Garveyite stripes on the bill of his cap) holding his daughter, whom he claims is “biracial,” before asserting, “Society decides who's black, who's white, who's not. I don't get to make that decision for her.” Coleman is “project director at the Anti-Defamation League’s World of Difference Institute. He believes that [white] vulnerability is the key to empathy, and empathy is the key to understanding others from diverse backgrounds.” True enough. It’s hard to kill off whites, if they don’t first disarm themselves.
 

By Countenance, aka Question Diversity

My personal Ferguson Commission Report:

Gentle giants of the Fergaza Strip should not rob quickie marts.

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See? One person, eleven words, just a few minutes, and germane to the matter. It didn’t involve a whole committee, months and months of meetings, and almost 200 pages of irrelevant trope.

I'm actually making my way through the actual report now, and from what I see, it has three basic demands:

• Give blacks stuff
• Dump them among white people
• Don't arrest them

Oh, and fancy that this report came out within hours of a Ferguson rioter killing a Kentucky State Police officer.

N.S.: The long, Barbra Streisand version is here for your reading displeasure.

 

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Tabari hates whitey but has a whitey wife or girlfriend? I wonder what the bro's think about Tabari.

J. said...

http://forwardthroughferguson.org/stories/race/
http://www.scribd.com/mobile/doc/280810285/Ferguson-Commission-Report
Mr. Stix,
I feel that if you are wanting to put your own narrow-minded spin on the entire 198 page Ferguson Commission Report, and narrow it down to, as you say, a three sentence summary of said report, we should at least allow your readers the chance to form their own opinions regarding the report, not to mention the full article and interview of Mr. Coleman. To assert that he is a black supremacist, because of the color of his visor, is as sad as your summary of the report. In stumbling across your blog, it just solidified for me how much the "media" plays a part in our views regarding the racial divide. Make sure, friends, when reading the articles and blogs out there, that first and foremost, they are someone's opinion, and not by any means, fact. Delve deeper, good people.

Nicholas said...

Anonymous Coward,

Why did you post links to the report in your screed? To insinuate that I hadn’t? If you read Countenance’s summary, you know that I already linked to the report. Either you didn’t read it carefully, or you are trying to deceive my readers.

“your own narrow-minded spin”

I didn’t write the summary, but I whole-heartedly concur with it.

Again, are you lazy, ignorant, or dishonest? And are my readers supposed to believe that a dishonest cuss like you is open-minded?

“we should at least allow your readers the chance to form their own opinions”

Ditto. You are getting tiresome.

“To assert that he is a black supremacist, because of the color of his visor, is as sad as your summary of the report.”

Could you really be so ignorant as not to know what those colors mean? Would you play the same game, if a white wore a Nazi swastika? No, you’re just a racist liar. And what is it with you racial socialists saying “sad,” when you’re mad? You’re not at all sad!

“Make sure, friends, when reading the articles and blogs out there, that first and foremost, they are someone's opinion, and not by any means, fact.”

You insinuate thereby that the Commission report (and similar racial socialist garbage) is fact, when it is a mix of lies and unsupportable, racist opinions.

“Delve deeper, good people.”

For someone as lazy, racist, and dishonest as you, it takes a lot of gall to say that. But that’s part of the package, eh?

Note that according to you, I’m such a bad guy, but you would never lecture one of your racial socialist gods, say, the Great Ta-Nehisi, because even before he silenced his white Uncle Toms, he had zero tolerance for the slightest hint of dissent.

J. said...

Oh, Nicholas... I agree with you on one thing, and one thing only. You did in fact include a link to the report.. Forgive me if I wanted to make the link more clearly marked for your readers. The whole "Barbara Streisand" reference that you just thought was so clever on your part could perhaps be a little misleading, so I thought I'd include the actual link. I do ask your forgiveness.. As for the rest of your nonsensical comments, well, I think they speak for themselves, don't you agree? And, regarding the fact that I chose to give you my first initial, versus my name, is my prerogative, "Mr. Stix".

J. said...

By the way, the format of your blog is rather hard to follow, so forgive me once again for not making the connection that you were apparently reposting another likeminded person's opinions on your blog, not necessarily posting your own. I am unfortunately still confused, however. What particular passages in today's post were yours?

Tabari Coleman said...

Nicholas, this is the first time I've ever responded to a post and I choose to today to give you an opportunity to make right some misinformation you posted about me.

I have no issue with you commenting on my words and opinions, where I take issue is with the label black supremacist because I wore a hat with colors that are also used by the NBPP. I dont call people racist, sexist, etc unless I know that for sure and besides a hat I think looks cool your label is unfounded.

There's good and bad in every race, I make no judgements, even towards you.i wont be responding to any follow up comments but I wanted to respectfully ask that you not misrepresnt who I am. Judge my words, but dont assume cause I wore some colors you connect with black power that that tells you anything about my views. I dont assume bald white men are skin heads just because the look is also associated with that movement.