BET founder Robert Johnson: "black people should be consulted before .. tearing down statues or firing someone for a comment they have made"

Zig the N.g ziggerjoe at
Fri Jun 26 21:09:29 PDT 2020

No, not black.

Yes, to coin a phrase - we must believe everything our "superiors" tell us :)

By the way, I prefer to only receive one reply email, to the list, or one email in private if that's your preferred thing.  Having to delete the dupes ought be not neccessary.

So ya reckon there's marketing AI going on? I heard that was a conspiracy?

On Fri, Jun 26, 2020 at 09:28:59AM -0400, Karl wrote:
> Zig are you Black?
> Karl Semich, coerced white anarchoprimitivist
> There is proof inside many peoples' electronics.  Proof that a marketing
> group would contract development of a frightening virus.  A virus that
> responds to peoples' keystrokes and browsing habits, and changes what
> people see on their devices.  A virus that alters political behavior en
> masse, for profit.
> On Fri, Jun 26, 2020, 9:02 AM Zig the N.g <ziggerjoe at> wrote:
> > Woah muh n.gger, a little too much truth there bruh....
> >
> >
> >    BET Founder Says "Black People Laugh At White People" Toppling Statues
> >      Alex Nitzberg via,
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >
> >       BET founder Robert Johnson during a Wednesday interview with Fox
> > News described people toppling statues as "borderline anarchists" and
> > pushed back against the idea that black people support such behavior,
> > suggesting instead that they "laugh" at those who knock down the statues.
> >
> >           "You know black people, in my opinion, black people laugh at
> > white people who do this, the same way we laugh at white people who say we
> > got to take off the TV shows," he said mentioning the "Dukes of Hazard," a
> > decades-old television program that has come under fire for featuring a car
> > emblazoned with a Confederate flag graphic.
> >
> >       He pointed out that knocking over a statue will not "close the
> > wealth gap," "give a kid whose parent's can't afford a college money to go
> > to college," "close the labor gap between what white workers are paid and
> > what black workers are paid" or "take people off welfare or food stamps."
> >
> >       Johnson said that whites who seek to "assuage guilt by doing things
> > that make them feel good" would be much more reluctant to support payments
> > for blacks.
> >
> >       Referring to actions such as "changing names, toppling statues,
> > [and] firing professors because they said all lives matter," Johnson
> > explained that "it just shows to me that white America is continually ...
> > incapable of recognizing that black people have their own ideas and thought
> > about what's in their best interests."
> >
> >       ...
> >
> >

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