What double standard?
P Diddy called for “black power” last night at the NBA All-Star Game festivities.

The clenched fist is a symbol of solidarity and support used by several radical groups. Initially, black power was a vague and provocative slogan used by some radical black leaders in the United States during the 1960s, the most notable being Stokely Carmichael.

Gold Medalist Tommie Smith, (center) and Bronze medalist John Carlos (right) showing the raised fist on the podium after the 200m in the 1968 Summer Olympics wearing Olympic Project for Human Rights badges. Silver medallist Peter Norman from Australia (left) joins them.

 

 

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  1. ALGAE POWER!

  2. Smell the flatulent irony:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/celebritynews/2628669/Rap-star-P-Diddy-forced-to-ground-his-jet-as-fuel-prices-are-too-high.html

    So, yeah, buying more P Diddy-whatevah albums will help improve his mood, and help him pretend he’s relevant in the music industry.

  3. Just wondering. What would be the reaction if, let’s say, NBA TV guy Kenny Smith was interviewing some Caucasian and the guy shouted out White Power and raised his fist or similar?

  4. Really encouraging. Great use of network time. Great job, ESPN, or whichever network put this on. So glad we are paying athletes millions of dollars when they applaud this! So glad lots of white kids are buying/listening to this cultural icon’s music. I really like the part where he said “The Revolution is coming.” Wow! Is America a great country, or what?

  5. Oh, be nice to them, will ya! The left is aborting black people out of existence, so let them have a little moment in the sun before they vanish entirely!

  6. #3 February 26, 2012 at 11:13 pm
    Voice of Reason commented:

    Just wondering. What would be the reaction if, let’s say, NBA TV guy Kenny Smith was interviewing some Caucasian and the guy shouted out White Power and raised his fist or similar?

    Lets keep it in the universe of people with their own television networks.

    What if it were say Rupert Murdoch?

    What do you think the reaction would be if Rupert were to hold up his fist during a live television interview and yell White Power, the Revolution is coming?

  7. Someone probably called P.Diddy an Oreo and he’s trying to grab back some cred.

  8. Black power and destitution and misery. Look up Zimbabwe (Rhodesia) for a model black society run by lunatics and imbeciles.

  9. We all look the same with a fresh coat of pond scum.

    BTW, Diddy’s comments about black power were all part of a ruse, a set-up for white player, Chase Budinger, to perform a dunk by jumping over someone.

  10. The revolution is coming, and it will be televised? Hah! I’m looking forward to watching that…

    As we saw when the “occupy” anarchists tried to impose their ideology on America, I have a feeling that things just aren’t going to work out the way they expect them to. The Obama administration has emboldened a few of the more radical elements of the population, but they lack the coordination, intelligence or firepower to “revolutionize” anything. Just because Obama says he has their back doesn’t mean the rest of America is receptive to their particular plans for “change”. Attempting to enact a radical social revolution in a country where you’re outnumbered two to one is a fool’s errand, no matter who’s cheering you on…

  11. It’s interesting in that one can see this sort of thing easily; I remember seeing “blackpeoplemeet.com” mentioned in a brief advertisement on some TV channel late one night.

    I’m willing to bet that just even trying to set up a commercial to advertise “whitepeoplemeet.com” would result in absolutely deafening leftist shrieking.

  12. 10 is right….there has always been the assumption that kkk drones and white supremists would flock to any organization sounding white exclusive and that they’d be welcome with open arms. there was also a time that if a white guy had a clean shaved head he was automatically considered to be a skin head.
    http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1081566-nba-slam-dunk-2012-video-hilarity-ensues-as-chase-budinger-jumps-over-p-diddy

  13. I’m amazed by the people who have made this barely literate punk wealthy by buying the crap he sells.

  14. ['Do you think they're wicked enough to be plotting our brother's assassination?'] not much different than those who would juice up a crowd over desecrated qurans and send them off to create mayhem and death.
    http://www.chicagotribune.com/news/local/breaking/chi-louis-farrakhan-nation-of-islam,0,1481294.story

  15. african americans for obama brought to you by obama. after years of trying to lift the less fortunate up obama has us in a death race to the bottom. i don’t think this is exactly what Dr king had in mind.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BdjoHA5ocwU

  16. So, in 20 years or so when whites are no longer the majority in this country, we can have our own beauty pageants, cable tv and radio stations, college funds, groups and meetings, and a whole month to celebrate our advancements alone.

  17. As a class (which apparently is the preferred way black “leaders” wish to see their “people”) blacks are just plain foolish.

    If they wish to move beyond where they’re situated, the only concept of “power” which should enter their field of vision is the power associated with raising a base number. By that I mean, learn mathematics, physics, biology, chemistry, et alia. In short, learn the hard sciences and improve your station in life.

    But of course it’s probably considered racist to give such advice.

  18. “So, in 20 years or so when whites are no longer the majority..” a movie that doesn’t quite make it one being shown to any extent.
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OntWGW3Ek5w



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