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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

BS. We need to clean up our own mess. Just take a visit to any developed inner city where our people (blacks) comprise a substantial number of the population. We have the vote, we have opportunities...stop with the victim BS. Kaepernick is only a victim of his own making.

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

BS. We need to clean up our own mess. Just take a visit to any developed inner city where our people (blacks) comprise a substantial number of the population. We have the vote, we have opportunities...stop with the victim BS. Kaepernick is only a victim of his own making.

you’re too comfortable with the oppression of black folk, just like Belafonte said.  the fact that we’ve had a “2 term” black president, black mayors of both baltimore and chicago, yet police officers in both baltimore and chicago have gotten away with cold blooded “murder” of black men says “the vote” doesn’t work!

that’s why kap didn’t vote but got criticized for it.  white folk want you to think a “peaceful” vote will solve all problems while they continue to get away with cold blooded “murder”.  go somewhere with that “bs”.

voting doesn’t get anybody’s attention, so kap decided to do something that would and in doing so, he accepted the consequences of such an act.  kap is a “hero”!  just like Belafonte said about “you”, and I quote; “those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

case closed…

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DAMN!!!!!........... :o

oleschool^^^^^shut that coon down with a quickness.  :lol:

Mr. Belafonte has spoken.

End of discussion.

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

BS. We need to clean up our own mess. Just take a visit to any developed inner city where our people (blacks) comprise a substantial number of the population. We have the vote, we have opportunities...stop with the victim BS. Kaepernick is only a victim of his own making.

you’re too comfortable with the oppression of black folk, just like Belafonte said.  the fact that we’ve had a “2 term” black president, black mayors of both baltimore and chicago, yet police officers in both baltimore and chicago have gotten away with cold blooded “murder” of black men says “the vote” doesn’t work!

that’s why kap didn’t vote but got criticized for it.  white folk want you to think a “peaceful” vote will solve all problems while they continue to get away with cold blooded “murder”.  go somewhere with that “bs”.

voting doesn’t get anybody’s attention, so kap decided to do something that would and in doing so, he accepted the consequences of such an act.  kap is a “hero”!  just like Belafonte said about “you”, and I quote; “those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

case closed…

 :clap: :clap: :clap:...I love the write up below..It hits right to the point. Black folk can always be counted on to be suckered punched by these type displays...This half K---- like the half K---- POTUS before him  coincidentally show up black only when they perceive it's to their advantage to be black. They're usually raised by white folk on the mother's side or in the case of Kaep adoptive white parents after black daddy has abandoned them (or white moma gave them up for adoption). Cared for and nurtured by white folk all their lives only in later years do they go mau mau to prove their blackness. And by and by, one day they put on their black pants and say ...um...I can use this blackness now to my advantage and get the K----s all excited...Hurray for Kaep.

On the heels of Barack Obama Day, in which the bankrupt state of Illinois celebrated the economic policies that inspired it, it's time for Colin Kaepernick Day.

What has Colin Kaepernick done to deserve a Day? Well he hates America and he's a Black Nationalist. These days that's enough. And as no team wants him and the 50% loss in home game crowds he would bring, it's time to give him some recognition.

Sure he can't play football. But he does hate that America. So it's a perfect time to transition Colin Kaepernick from football player to civil rights icon. And since these days civil rights is just code for Black Nationalist racism, it's an easy transition.

Los Angeles civil rights leaders this week called on the City Council to declare "a day of recognition in Los Angeles for Colin Kaepernick,"

Will this come before or after Light rail, mandatory homeless housing in all duplexes, free crack dispensaries in all Target stores, universal health care and the death penalty for anyone carrying plastic bags?

Last week Najee Ali, local leader of the National Action Network, called the NFL "a modern-day plantation" and said that his group would boycott area Rams and Chargers games until Kaepernick was signed by the league.

Sounds like a plan.

Either you get boycotted by Sharpton's hate groups, whose members don't actually attend games unless it's Pogrom Day, or by actual Rams and Chargers fans. #AllFansMatter

This week Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable president Earl Ofari Hutchinson announced that he's gathered a group of local civil rights leaders to call on the City Council to declare Saturday — the date of the Rams' opener against Dallas at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Coliseum — Colin Kaepernick Day.

That's a lot cheaper than paying Colin millions to drive away Rams fans.

"Colin Kaepernick has created a lot of dialogue on race and racism," Hutchinson says.

He certainly has. So has the KKK. I don't think the Rams are honoring them either.

"The Rams and the Chargers are not playing out in Orange County, they're not playing in Simi Valley, they're playing in the inner-city," Hutchinson says, noting that the Rams' home base is the Coliseum and the Chargers' turf is the StubHub Center in Carson.

Yes, and Orange County doesn't need the LAPD to stop gang members from shooting little kids. The inner city does.

Hutchinson says he supports Saturday's National Action Network demonstration outside the Rams preseason opener

The protests will continue until Sharpton gets a consulting gig with the Rams. And then with every team that fails to hire Colin. At least somebody's cashing in on him. #Resistmuchwemustandwillcashin

"Kaepernick is a true american patriot who's reminiscent of Muhammad Ali," says the National Action Network's Ali.

Aside from actually being good at sports. But Colin probably is as good of a quarterback as Muhammad Ali is. Today.

http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/267515/la-civil-rights-leaders-demand-colin-kaepernick-daniel-greenfield
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...so your over here now after you got put on BLAST in politics.  :snicker  Now you want to muck up the sports board.

find somewhere else ......... :nono2:

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

BS. We need to clean up our own mess. Just take a visit to any developed inner city where our people (blacks) comprise a substantial number of the population. We have the vote, we have opportunities...stop with the victim BS. Kaepernick is only a victim of his own making.

you’re too comfortable with the oppression of black folk, just like Belafonte said.  the fact that we’ve had a “2 term” black president, black mayors of both baltimore and chicago, yet police officers in both baltimore and chicago have gotten away with cold blooded “murder” of black men says “the vote” doesn’t work!

that’s why kap didn’t vote but got criticized for it.  white folk want you to think a “peaceful” vote will solve all problems while they continue to get away with cold blooded “murder”.  go somewhere with that “bs”.

voting doesn’t get anybody’s attention, so kap decided to do something that would and in doing so, he accepted the consequences of such an act.  kap is a “hero”!  just like Belafonte said about “you”, and I quote; “those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

case closed…

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

BS. We need to clean up our own mess. Just take a visit to any developed inner city where our people (blacks) comprise a substantial number of the population. We have the vote, we have opportunities...stop with the victim BS. Kaepernick is only a victim of his own making.

you’re too comfortable with the oppression of black folk, just like Belafonte said.  the fact that we’ve had a “2 term” black president, black mayors of both baltimore and chicago, yet police officers in both baltimore and chicago have gotten away with cold blooded “murder” of black men says “the vote” doesn’t work!

that’s why kap didn’t vote but got criticized for it.  white folk want you to think a “peaceful” vote will solve all problems while they continue to get away with cold blooded “murder”.  go somewhere with that “bs”.

voting doesn’t get anybody’s attention, so kap decided to do something that would and in doing so, he accepted the consequences of such an act.  kap is a “hero”!  just like Belafonte said about “you”, and I quote; “those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

case closed…

 :clap: :clap: :clap:...I love the write up below..It hits right to the point. Black folk can always be counted on to be suckered punched by these type displays...This half K---- like the half K---- POTUS before him  coincidentally show up black only when they perceive it's to their advantage to be black. They're usually raised by white folk on the mother's side or in the case of Kaep adoptive white parents after black daddy has abandoned them (or white moma gave them up for adoption). Cared for and nurtured by white folk all their lives only in later years do they go mau mau to prove their blackness. And by and by, one day they put on their black pants and say ...um...I can use this blackness now to my advantage and get the K----s all excited...Hurray for Kaep.

On the heels of Barack Obama Day, in which the bankrupt state of Illinois celebrated the economic policies that inspired it, it's time for Colin Kaepernick Day.

What has Colin Kaepernick done to deserve a Day? Well he hates America and he's a Black Nationalist. These days that's enough. And as no team wants him and the 50% loss in home game crowds he would bring, it's time to give him some recognition.

Sure he can't play football. But he does hate that America. So it's a perfect time to transition Colin Kaepernick from football player to civil rights icon. And since these days civil rights is just code for Black Nationalist racism, it's an easy transition.

Los Angeles civil rights leaders this week called on the City Council to declare "a day of recognition in Los Angeles for Colin Kaepernick,"

Will this come before or after Light rail, mandatory homeless housing in all duplexes, free crack dispensaries in all Target stores, universal health care and the death penalty for anyone carrying plastic bags?

Last week Najee Ali, local leader of the National Action Network, called the NFL "a modern-day plantation" and said that his group would boycott area Rams and Chargers games until Kaepernick was signed by the league.

Sounds like a plan.

Either you get boycotted by Sharpton's hate groups, whose members don't actually attend games unless it's Pogrom Day, or by actual Rams and Chargers fans. #AllFansMatter

This week Los Angeles Urban Policy Roundtable president Earl Ofari Hutchinson announced that he's gathered a group of local civil rights leaders to call on the City Council to declare Saturday — the date of the Rams' opener against Dallas at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Coliseum — Colin Kaepernick Day.

That's a lot cheaper than paying Colin millions to drive away Rams fans.

"Colin Kaepernick has created a lot of dialogue on race and racism," Hutchinson says.

He certainly has. So has the KKK. I don't think the Rams are honoring them either.

"The Rams and the Chargers are not playing out in Orange County, they're not playing in Simi Valley, they're playing in the inner-city," Hutchinson says, noting that the Rams' home base is the Coliseum and the Chargers' turf is the StubHub Center in Carson.

Yes, and Orange County doesn't need the LAPD to stop gang members from shooting little kids. The inner city does.

Hutchinson says he supports Saturday's National Action Network demonstration outside the Rams preseason opener

The protests will continue until Sharpton gets a consulting gig with the Rams. And then with every team that fails to hire Colin. At least somebody's cashing in on him. #Resistmuchwemustandwillcashin

"Kaepernick is a true american patriot who's reminiscent of Muhammad Ali," says the National Action Network's Ali.

Aside from actually being good at sports. But Colin probably is as good of a quarterback as Muhammad Ali is. Today.

http://www.frontpagemag.com/point/267515/la-civil-rights-leaders-demand-colin-kaepernick-daniel-greenfield

How can you, an alleged black man, agree with this piece of s**t? You're only an ally to folks who hate black people. That's it. Nothing about you is redeeming. We don't need or want your kind. You are a shame to black people. You're useless. Just f---ing useless. You're the worse kind of man. One who believes he's not s**t, but acts in every way to prove that he is.

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Belafonte On Kaepernick: ‘To Mute The Slave Has Always Been In The Best Interest Of Slave Owners’

https://newsone.com/3526011/belafonte-speaks-out-on-kaepernick/

His comments and analogy are as ridiculous as some of his political rantings. Kaepernick can hardly be compared to what slaves experienced. GET REAL.

translation? "When a Black voice is raised in protest to oppression, those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

seems to me that Belafonte is talking about folks like you... ::)

BS. We need to clean up our own mess. Just take a visit to any developed inner city where our people (blacks) comprise a substantial number of the population. We have the vote, we have opportunities...stop with the victim BS. Kaepernick is only a victim of his own making.

you’re too comfortable with the oppression of black folk, just like Belafonte said.  the fact that we’ve had a “2 term” black president, black mayors of both baltimore and chicago, yet police officers in both baltimore and chicago have gotten away with cold blooded “murder” of black men says “the vote” doesn’t work!

that’s why kap didn’t vote but got criticized for it.  white folk want you to think a “peaceful” vote will solve all problems while they continue to get away with cold blooded “murder”.  go somewhere with that “bs”.

voting doesn’t get anybody’s attention, so kap decided to do something that would and in doing so, he accepted the consequences of such an act.  kap is a “hero”!  just like Belafonte said about “you”, and I quote; “those who are comfortable with our oppression are the first to criticize us for daring to speak out against it."

case closed…


I must humbly disagree with parts of your argument. Voting alone will not cure all our ills but if we fail to exercise that right then we take two steps backwards. We've seen where voting immediately made a difference in Ferguson MO who now has a town council that is half African. In addition Ferguson has an African American police chief and city manager. Like many of our communities apathy and not voting is what holds us back.

Arguably Kapernick is the defacto leader of Black America at the moment which is a reason I can't support someone in his position who's an opponent of voting. As long as Kapernick remains a non-voter his message is incomplete in my opinion.
Let no man deceive you by any means: for that day shall not come, except there come a falling away first, and that man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition;

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