I did not watch Aretha Franklin funeral. Not much into watching or attending such things, it is a sad occasion, and I just do wish to avoid such things frankly. But seriously, the phony outrage over Bill Clinton noticing that Ariana Grande is attractive is a bit much. Men look at attractive women, I know crazy right? Older men tend to be more open and brazen about it, and Bill Clinton is old. Did he leer a bit much? Yep! Did she wear something inappropriate for a funeral? Yes. Does that make her a bad person? No. Now, can we talk about Something important that did happen at the memorial service?
The pastor, who Franklin picked for this duty, said something that desperately needs to be said. And, yes, I will be stunned if he does not get blasted by the race pimps for daring to be honest. Via the DCNF
“It amazes me how it is when the police kills one of us, we are ready to protest, destroy innocent property, march. We are ready to loot, steel, whatever we want. But when we kill 100 of us nobody says anything. nobody does anything,” Williams said.
“Black on black crime, we are all doing time. We are all up in our minds. There’s got to be a better way — we are locked in our minds. There’s got to be a better way. We must stop this today. Think down, look down, locked down, talk down, had dow,. — head down, most times we are low down. Where is your soul?” the pastor continued.
“If you were to ask me today, do black lives matter? Let me answer like this: no, black lives do not matter; black lives will not matter; black lives ought not matter; black lives should not matter; black lives must not matter until black people start respect and black lives and stop killing ourselves.”
Williams, whom Franklin reportedly personally chose to give her eulogy, also lamented that absent fathers force too many black women to raise their children by themselves.
The pastor described absent parents as a form of “abortion after birth” that is damaging to children who experience it.
BRAVO!! Now imagine for a moment that Al Sharpton, Je$$e Jackson, the leadership of the NAACP, Michael Eric Dyson, and the rest of the leeches making a killing off selling fake racism actually started caring about Black Americans. Imagine if they spent their time and influence spreading the truth the pastor spoke? They might actually do some good instead of lining their own pockets.