Killer Mike Is A Coon, Jason Whitlock Is A Sambo, There’s A Difference

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News emerged that LeBron James’ Los Angeles home was vandalized with racist graffiti. Someone spray-painted the word “nigger” on the front gate of his home. James addressed the incident a day later with a thoughtful response on race in America. Jason Whitlock essentially said LeBron can’t experience racism because he’s rich. Jason Whitlock has a long history of being a sambo.
On his show later that week, Bill Maher was talking with Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse about working on his campaign when Sasse responded, “we’d love to have you work in the fields with us.” And then Maher replied “Work in the fields… Senator, I’m a house nigga.” Supposed social justice advocate and friend of Maher’s, Killer Mike, said he had no problem with this essentially saying black people had bigger fish to fry. He further went on to defend himself by saying those upset had no right to be unless they banked black, and relaying a story of Dick Gregory calling his wife a bitch with him being ok with it because he knew she wasn’t a bitch. Finally, he claims he defends the 1st amendment which is why he won’t condemn Maher though the 1st amendment has nothing to do with it. Killer Mike is a coon.

The Difference Between Killer Mike and Jason Whitlock

A coon was/is a person of african decent whose sole purpose was/is to entertain white people. These ‘coons’ started out as wearing black face, characterized by having big eyes and painting big red lips on their face. These people would tap dance, play instruments and sing. Modern day coons are blacks who play stereotypical roles and black entertainers that promote ignorance.
Whether it was embarassing himself with Black Lives Matter on behalf of Bernie Sanders or extolling the virtues of noted coons Walter Williams and Thomas Sowell, Killer Mike is the “woke” stereotype of a black person with little education and now fame and riches largely provided by white audiences.
Sambo was a character in Uncle Tom’s Cabin. In the book, Quimbo and Sambo were two slaves-turned-foremen who lived and worked on the plantation where Uncle Tom died. Uncle Tom received his final fatal blows from “Sambo”, a black overseer who had won his position by “snitching” on other slaves, and being willing to torment and torture them at the behest of his master. Sambo was rewarded with power to command other slaves and his cruelty was without limits. The duo obliged their master, and by doing so were awarded privileges far beyond fellow slaves. They were designated as leaders by the slave owner who perceived a willingness on their part to take charge of their brethren on behalf of their master. The despicable Simon Legree, Uncle Tom’s third and final master (and the only “master” that had treated Tom cruelly), had Tom whipped to death by Sambo for refusing to deny his faith or betray the hiding place of two fugitive women.
As a prominent journalist with a platform, Whitlock feels he is a black leader that needs to “oversee” the black community. His job is to keep us in line in a way we are palatable for the white community. He wants to avoid conversation about how white people have treated and continue to treat black people because we deserve it in his mind. Afterall, what about black on black crime? For this, he is rewarded with constant employment and increased pay. In both Killer Mike and Jason Whitlock’s case, black-bashing pays the bills.



Kwaisi France

An 80's baby forged in the 90's and unleashed upon the world in the 21st century, Kwaisi France is a Baltimore raised Brooklyn resident.

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