Mandela Centennial & Winnie’s Death (2018)

Pro Libertate Patriae ~||~ For The Liberty Of My Country Amandla Awethu! Power to the People! As the year winds down, we remember the lives of freedom fighters Nelson Mandela, who would have turned 100 years old July 18th 2018 & his beloved Winnie Mandela who died on April 2 this year at age 81. The struggle still goes on. When you are the real majority of the people on the globe & the real minority are those oppressing you. When racism and greed fuel a global political agenda. When the Oppressed themselves in some parts fail to recognize it affecting … Continue reading Mandela Centennial & Winnie’s Death (2018)

Lucifer TV Show Cancelled

Oh My God! I’m GLAD they cancelled that shit! REALLY! It had NOTHING to do with the REAL Lucifer/Satan, and by nothing, I mean authenticity. When the Christians learned about this show being created to put on TV & protested, their hysteria was off why The Fox Network would disregard them & still put it on TV, but they were right in a way; it’s misleading. Now some lay-person not knowing The Bible, & only having loose concepts about The Devil can be easily misguided by the show. I was watching the shit because of the subject matter being The god himself & was … Continue reading Lucifer TV Show Cancelled

Avengers: Infinity War (Movie Review)

Oh my! When this movie was released back in April of this year, I couldn’t wait to see it. After that, like everybody else who knows better, I had to contain myself from spilling the secret of what happened so others can enjoy the movie without spoilers. So I concentrated on writing other meaningful blogs that mattered in the world for my followers, until this time to share my views on the film. Like the movie ‘Black Panther’ it was an experience. Okay! Thanos won. YES, the villain won. Had the Creators of the film left it with the original title, ‘Avengers: Infinity Wars Part 1′ it … Continue reading Avengers: Infinity War (Movie Review)

Raping Olympic Kids

American Women in sports are still battling the industry rape crisis. This years Espy awards aired Wednesday July 18, 2018 where the Women Gymnasts, about 141 on stage were featured at the end of the show winning the Arthur Ashe award for courage. It’s a shame that when you are an athlete regardless of gender, the people around training you fail to protect you. When a parent sends a child off to these programs to represent the country in an international competition & win, you expect the proper protections in place & bureaucracy governing the enforcement of it in such … Continue reading Raping Olympic Kids

Permanent Changes To The Miss America Pageant

The Misguided Feminists are on the attack again. This time bashing a conventional symbol of feminism in an effort to carry on being a damn slob everyday. How can a man respect your feminine value in a cheap competition? One of the people responsible on the Board for this position is former Miss America Gretchen Carlson 1989. We remember her from raising the sexual harassment complaint about her former boss Roger Ailes, who was a major Fox 5 TV Executive. She won her lawsuit against him & he eventually died of bad health. That “Me Too” & “Times Up” move … Continue reading Permanent Changes To The Miss America Pageant

Bachelorettes JoJo, Rachel & Becca (2016, 2017 & 2018)

Here we go again………’The Bachelorette’ currently airing on ABC with the new bachelorette trying to find love. Back in 2016 we were introduced to JOJO (Joelle Fletcher) from Season 12, who was a runner-up love interest from Season 20, ‘The Bachelor’, rejected by Ben Higgins, but eventually found love with Jordan Rodgers, whom she is still with. Her season was filled with humor, fun, romance & issues. Then we moved to someone name Rachel Lindsey, who looks a little like actress (Robin Givens) who was looking for love with Nick Viall, but ended up becoming the First Black Bachelorette in … Continue reading Bachelorettes JoJo, Rachel & Becca (2016, 2017 & 2018)

I, Tonya (2017 Film)

I, Tonya……..now on Dancing With The Stars (DWTS). The 2017 Movie, ‘I Tonya’ was great & the subject matter is relatable played by award-winning actresses Margot Robbie (Tonya) & Allison Janney (The Mother). Looking back at the time period of this story, I was in my graduating year in High School & Nancy Kerrigan was the skater almost everyone was rooting for….., but side opinions count. Some people liked Tonya & her hardship all the way to The Olympics representing America as well. It was fucked up what happened to her career. There are people that can relate to her story. … Continue reading I, Tonya (2017 Film)

The Movie Get Out (2017) ~ (Critique)

A full plus year well after the February release of this film, featuring a ‘Black Actor’ Daniel Kaluuya, as the star, continues to enjoy its value & success. It was written, produced & directed by Jordan Peele, who’s also ‘Black’. I didn’t like the film. I preferred Kaluuya’s role in the movie ‘Black Panther’ because he played an African Leader of his own tribal domain. Historically in racist horror films & other genres, the Black character is often killed off early in the film. First of all, a Black person, unlike a Caucasian, wouldn’t be involved in, or be doing certain things, or … Continue reading The Movie Get Out (2017) ~ (Critique)