Category Archives: Henry Louis Gates

#453. Breaking out of Prison

Our civilization finds virtue in those wrongfully imprisoned for a crime they never committed and the valiant effort to then retain dignity and sanity inside the cramped, soul-confining walls of the jail cell, while they plot a grandiose escape from … Continue reading

Posted in Black people, Crime, Henry Louis Gates, prison | 23 Comments

#49. Criticism of "Mein Obama"

The United States of America in July 2009 is a much different place then it was in July 0f 2008. For one thing, we live in a land liberated from the racist stranglehold of white people as the glorious day … Continue reading

Posted in Barack Obama, Black people, Henry Louis Gates, police | 21 Comments

#402. Being Dragged From Meetings

Black people in 21st century America have it pretty well. The media is completely on their side in every issue and will do whatever possible to try and agitate Black people against white people when given the chance. Take for … Continue reading

Posted in Barack Obama, Black people, Henry Louis Gates, meetings | 6 Comments

#99. Cooperating with Police

Black people don’t like to be told what to do. This is a fact and an irrefutable one. They were told to sit in the back of the bus, and refused. They were told to not eat at the same … Continue reading

Posted in Black people, Henry Louis Gates, Jr., police, Rodney King | 11 Comments