Crazy Black woman rammed White House gate? With her baby girl in the car? Huh?
Yes, I am late to the party. I was very busy untying myself from Katrina and some other minor inconveniences. Besides, I like to show up late so there is no need to make awkward conversations about Scandal or whatever junk is served up on tele-sick-vision, Continue reading →
When I first heard about Katrina and a “Death March”, I did not even want to know what that was about. I was still overwhelmed by the whole New Ordeal, and could not make sense of the catastrophe. I needed help digesting the tragedy. The mainstream media focused on helicopter pictures of “refugees”, and took a stance against presumed “looting” and “rape”. By the same Black people who were said to be “refugees”. I could not break through the Internet filters to get to the real story. Still, I managed to learn about the government operation in favor of (oil) corporations. Continue reading →