May 28, 2014, - 11:18 am

Maya Angelou, Racist, US-Hating, Anti-Semitic Nutjob, Most Overrated Crappy Writer, RIH

By Debbie Schlussel

**** UPDATES: VIDEO: Maya Angelou Gushes Over US-Flag-Burning Palestinian Terrorist Rachel Corrie – BARF! **** Occupy Movement Cites Maya Angelou’s Anti-Semitic Poems, Rants **** Maya Angelou’s Students: “Worst Professor EVER! Insults Students, Conceited Creep!”; Gave Her Horrible Ratings ****

Once again, Billy Joel’s lyrics–“Only the Good Die Young”–are proven true, as Marguerite Ann Johnson a/k/a “Maya Angelou” dies at age 86. Angelou was America’s most overrated crappy writer, all because she was Black . . . and a far-leftist. Angelou was a racist, America-hater, Jew-hater, anti-Israel, a close friend of Malcolm X, and a strong supporter of Cuba’s Fidel Castro. No, she actually hadn’t a clue why the caged bird sings since she supported the caging and the cagers all the way to her grave.

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Maya Angelou & Oprah: Two Blots on America Laughin’ All the Way to the Bank

I was one of the lucky American kids who was never forced to read this Friend of Oprah cretin’s god-awful “writing,” the most overrated dreck on paper. Sadly, high school and college students all over America are forced to wade through her written bath of dung because it’s chic among the brainless radicals who dominate American education at all levels. It’s absolutely unreadable. The ugly empress–inside and out–definitely wore no clothing. And you probably don’t know this: the overrated, talentless hack, Angelou, was a madam and a prostitute, and an America-hater who left the country to go live in Africa and didn’t intend to return. But she came back, according to the book, “Maya Angelou” by Vicki Cox and Miles Shapiro, only because her good friend, Malcolm X, implored her to return to America, so she could help him attack U.S. racism in the United Nations and help him build the Nation of Islam, which he claimed was the civil rights movement.

















Can you name a single thing this leftist radical, Angelou, contributed other than hate (and very bad “poems”)? I cannot. And even though she made an appearance at every violent, far-left, radical cause’s events, ignorant conventional wisdom heaps praise on her as some sort of “peace activist.” She was no such thing. Angelou spoke at the racist, Jew-hating bigot Louis Farrakhan’s 1995 Million Man March and was a strong supporter of his Nation of Islam. Given this, it’s disgusting that, in 2001, Bill Clinton appointed Angelou to the board of the U.S. Holocaust Museum just before he left office, so there could be no firestorm or examination of her appointment. And, apparently, being on the board of the museum didn’t change a thing. Angelou spoke at 2006 New York rally honoring anti-American (and U.S. flag-burning), anti-Israel activist Rachel Corrie, who worked with Palestinian Islamic terrorists but was dubbed a “peace activist” because she was accidentally run over by a bulldozer when she attempted to stop Israelis from knocking down homes shielding tunnels through which her terrorist friends transported weapons and bombs to kill innocent civilians.

A supporter of Fidel Castro’s Communist revolution and takeover of Cuba from the beginning, Angelou never wavered in her fanaticism for the human rights oppressor and her denial of the awful state of the people there. All that mattered to her was that Castro’s revolutionary magazines published her crappy writing and that he didn’t identify as White. As she wrote in “The Heart of a Woman” (but only her gynecologist actually knows for sure if that was actually a woman)”

Of course, Castro never had called himself white, so he was O.K. from the git. Anyhow, America hated Russians, and as black people often said, “Wasn’t no Communist country that put my grandpappa in slavery. Wasn’t no Communist lynched my poppa or raped my mamma.” . . . I hovered with my friends on the edges of the crowd, enjoying the Spanish songs, the screams of “Viva Castro,” and the sounds of conga drums being played nearby in the damp night air. It was an ole and hallelujah time for the people of Harlem.

Angelou was an activist in trying to get cop-killing Muslim Mumia Abu-Jamal released from prison. And she wanted her many idiotic fans to know–on the 11th anniversary of 9/11–that Islam had nothing to do with 9/11 or terrorists. Gee, and you wonder why Muslims and other America-haters/Jew-haters loved her so much.

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Attacking America and idolizing the far left is big money. Throughout all of this, Angelou made millions off of her indignant, lecturing speeches and appearances, attacking America from within, and laughing at her myriad stupid fans all the way to the bank . . . just like her good friend and ceaseless promoter, Oprah.

Maya Angelou did nothing good for America–not in her Grade A Gitmo Torture Material “writing” and “poems,” not in her many pretentious speeches and pronouncements.

But she’s being lauded today by the many liberal morons across America who worship at the altars of yoga, gluten-free, Priuses, and ADHD.

They like their gods empty.

Maya Angelou is one of those IQ tests pop culture presents us with all the time. If you’re a fan of Angelou, you failed miserably.

I hope she packed light because it’s very hot where she’s headed.

Maya Angelou, Rot In Hell.

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186 Responses

B-, bu-, b-, but Debbie, but Debbie, . . .

They told us that,–, I mean,–, wasn’t she, . . .

I mean, I never heard of this woman until one of the Clinton inaugurations, and, and, and, . . .

they told us she was this brilliant and creative,–, . . .

and, and, and, that,– . . .

well, they said that she, that her writing was the most creative, enlightening, brilliant, and that she was, was, like, some kind of goddess in America. I mean, ever since that inauguration, she’s been lauded as though she were, . . .

I’m, I can’t even form words on paper, and that’s bad, Debbie. I’m woefully inarticulate in person, but I’m pretty good with the written (typed) word, . . .

usually. But you’ve got me, I mean, you’ve destroyed a myth. You’re destroying everything the, the, . . .

OH!!! That’s right, that the LAMESTREAM MEDIA has ever told me. Oh, okay, whew!!! Got it now. Debbie The Destroyer. ROTFLMAO!!!

Hmmmmmmm. Maybe Debbie’s web site should be called . . .

D(estroying)
A(merican)
M(yths)
N(ow)

Debbie, you SURE she wasn’t one of the most brilliant Americans ever?!?!?!!!!

BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHHAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHH!!!

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on May 28, 2014 at 11:36 am

    Obama supporter dies.

    She wasn’t a Poet
    and she didn’t know it.
    She didn’t like to make things rhyme
    Like good poets do all the time.

    One of the most Racist Blacks that was on earth.
    She hated America, Loved Muslims, Hated Israel, Loved Gays.
    She’s gone and will be forgotten by good people
    Will Oprah be next?

    C. T. Hockenbury on May 28, 2014 at 8:20 pm

      I’m sorry all things considerd this piece of worthless black vomit is an example of why sub 85 iq colored folks should have been deported/exterminated after & during the civil war. I wish some of them folks would come to 2328 Fair Park Avenue L..A. 90041. Id tell them in person. I also hate Jews. Bye dockta.

      Dan B.Dryden on May 29, 2014 at 12:29 am

ERSTE!

first post two days in a row, baby….

kirche61 on May 28, 2014 at 11:44 am

This is the proper eulogy that Maya Angelou ys’v deserves.

Realist Soul on May 28, 2014 at 12:04 pm

In the black community Dr. Ben Carson, the best pediatric neurosurgeon in the world, and Clarence Thomas are vilified but this piece of garbage was treated as the second coming of Bill Shakespeare. In fact, the classics were dropped so students could read this woman’s written vomit.

Jonathan e. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 12:13 pm

    JEG…I had many a debate with my English- major daughter while she attended a, ahem, aargh, aargh fine university in Boston. She took a course on Angelou’s writings and for a semester I was subjected to that horsesht. I didnt get it then and I still dont. Xcept, I realize thhat our children are being hijacked and force fed propaganda that they are not mature enough and experienced enough to question.

    HK on May 28, 2014 at 1:09 pm

thanks for illuminating the REAL USA/Israel-hating/Jew hating cultural butt sniffer that she was…

HK on May 28, 2014 at 12:21 pm

Of course this piece is all about how she overcame but it does mention the seamier side of her life before fame. And if you’d read her, even if only to be able to dissect her fame intelligently, you’d know it anyway. She didn’t hide it.
http://www.nydailynews.com/news/national/maya-angelou-dead-celebrated-author-poet-dies-age-86-article-1.1808082

Meira on May 28, 2014 at 12:23 pm

Are there any heralded Black people that is propped up before, that you people (i.e conservative and contributors to this site) you don’t hate. Are there any?

So far I’ve seen Rot in hell for Mandela, then some activist no one knew, and now Maya A.

Interesting very interesting. Personally I couldn’t get into Maya A poetry, thought it to be too soft, I liked Nikki Giovanni ( and this is in context to the times, people).

Did this woman write anti jewish poetry?

BD: You are fairly new to this site. I’ve praised many courageous Black Americans on this site. Here are just a few:

http://www.debbieschlussel.com/1796/dr-john-withers-rest-in-peace-courageous-black-wwii-hero-risked-career-to-save-holocaust-survivors-from-dachau/

http://www.debbieschlussel.com/5253/american-war-hero-cpl-mays-finally-gets-his-due/

http://www.debbieschlussel.com/3035/forget-american-gangster-remember-maj-gen-lucius-theus-rip/

I live in a Black city and almost all of my neighbors are Black. I don’t have to live here, and if I were a racist (as appears to be implied), I would not.

As far as Nikki Giovanni goes, she’s another overrated far-left whack job. Check out this “poem” by her:

Ni**er
Can you kill
Can you kill
Can a ni**er kill
Can a ni**er kill a honkie
Can a ni**er kill the Man
Can you kill ni**er
Huh? Ni**er can you
kill
Do you know how to draw blood
Can you poison
Can you stab-a-Jew
Can you kill huh? Ni**er
Can you kill
Can you run a protestant down with your
‘68 El Dorado
(that’s all they’re good for anyway)
Can you kill
Can you piss on a blond head
Can you cut it off
Can you kill
A ni**er can die
We ain’t got to prove we can die
We got to prove we can kill

DS

Big D on May 28, 2014 at 12:54 pm

    After reading the words to the Nikki Giovanni so called poem, I now know where Eddie Murphy got his ” KILL MY LANDLORD” SNL bit.

    john on May 28, 2014 at 1:59 pm

    @ DS. If I thought you were racists, I would just say so and stop viewing your blog, but being relatively new as you stated, I have only seen very vitriolic posts about the deceased, I mentioned in my post. The vitriol maybe very well deserved, but I don’t know that, that is why I ask the questions. I will check out your links.

    Im well aware of Nikki’s poem that you posted, which was written in the 60’s and as I stated, “in context with the times”
    Have you read any of Nikki G’s poems from 70’s80’s they’re all lovey dovey poems, easy going, light hearted poems. The times changed.

    How come no one on here can make that distinction or see it from the peasants point of view? It appears no one has the ability to see it from the person fighting for rights, only from the person who has the ability to give those rights, which is a limited point of view and shows itself in the calloused responses that people write on this blog.

    Big D on May 28, 2014 at 2:22 pm

    Seems to be patterned after that fascist collaborator Gertrude Stein.

    Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 2:53 pm

    Big D, please get a clue as to who the real Nikki Giovanni is. I attended Virginia Tech when Nikki Giovanni was appointed full professor of English there, despite only having a B.A. She got the job because her lesbian lover was a full professor and wanted her there.

    She then proceeded in the college newspaper to dismiss the real professors of not being qualified. Total hubris.

    Also, she apparently was a teacher to the Virginia Tech gunman who was majoring in English, and she obviously was instrumental to the hiring of a Muslim “Palestian poet.” It is pretty obvious who influenced the Virginia Tech massacre.

    John M on May 28, 2014 at 3:03 pm

    DS, that was a wonderful demonstration of Nikki G’s supreme lack of talent.

    skzion on May 28, 2014 at 6:18 pm

    Oh thank heavens, you finally just came out and said it.

    Frankz on May 28, 2014 at 11:03 pm

    djlsfja;

    joe on May 29, 2014 at 3:32 am

Was born in Saint Louis (very segregated at the time) in the 1930s and was reared in Jim Crow Arkansas during the Great Depression. America was still quite segregated and racist in the 1960s. It is difficult to blame her for viewing Africa as a potential improvement.

America has become a much better place for black Americans who receive an education or learn a trade, work hard, obey the law and don’t have children out of wedlock, with most of that progress occurring after the mid-1980s, which is when a large black middle/professional class finally emerged for the first time. (No need to debate this point as it was conceded by Rush Limbaugh, among others).

Blacks who came of age in America before the 1980s, and especially before Brown versus Board of Education and the Civil Rights Act of 1964 (before which there was no pretense of equality for blacks … blacks were simply second class citizens and expected to know it and act like it OR ELSE). So for a black person to be “anti-American” and completely without bitterness or resentment against white people in that era would be entirely understandable. Were blacks supposed to embrace Jim Crow? Or places where Jim Crow technically wasn’t in place but economic, housing, educational etc. segregation and discrimination were just as bad? Because if you were in Arkansas, Missouri, Chicago, that was “America” for you, so being against it was actually being FOR your own best interests. Jim Crow and pervasive discrimination was not in the interests of black Americans and it would have been foolish to pretend otherwise. And it is unreasonable to expect blacks to have been treated in that manner by America (not fringe, marginal groups mind you, but mainstream America) without having any bitterness or resentment towards the people who behaved towards them in this way.

Yes, “Angelou” was a Marxist, as were not a few blacks at the time. But here is the funny part: the economic and political restrictions imposed on blacks at the time were not that different from Marxism. Blacks could not vote, serve on juries, hold elected office, were locked out of the mainstream economy for the most part (making private ownership of property and access to capital unattainable) and in many cases did not even enjoy freedom of movement. Many of the most ardent opponents of communism were segregationists who were absolutely terrified of being forced to live under such a system themselves but were very willing to impose a similar system on their own fellow citizens.

If nothing else, “Maya Angelou” was only guilty of feeling the same way about whites as they obviously felt about her. It makes no sense to condemn one without condemning the other. Obviously, blacks who did not live through the era when legal and de facto Jim Crow dominated America are not justified in having the resentments that the prior generation did against the people who treated them that way and the country that those people built. But for the people who did have to experience that awful time, how else were they supposed to feel?

Angelou was not a Christian, so she rejected the idea that she should turn the other cheek and love her enemies. Instead, she treated and viewed the segregationists and bigots – which again were pretty much the vast majority of the population of America considering that she was in her mid-30s when the Civil Rights Act passed! – the same way as she was treated and viewed. So if anyone has any reason why Angelou should have done anything else but hate the people who most certainly did hate her, please provide it. Incidentally, lots of blacks abandoned Christianity for Black Panther, Nation of Islam, Afrocentric and other movements during that era precisely because they rejected the idea that they were supposed to have “turn the other cheek” and “love those who hate you” stances towards the segregationists and other bigots just as did Malcolm X and Angelou. That is entirely understandable, and the only surprise is that many, many more blacks didn’t.

dissenter on May 28, 2014 at 12:56 pm

    So using dissenter’s reasoning, if a black person robs me, I can ble all black people. How do you explain her anti-Semitism? You also forget that Jim Crow ended because of white people, not because of Malcolm xcrement.

    Comparing the slavery of Marxism to segregation is obscene. You know nothing about the horrors or mass murders of tens of thousands of people under Castro. Do you know the total number of blacks lunched in America in its entire history? Under 700, far fewer than the number of whites killed by blacks in this country.

    Jonathan e. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 1:06 pm

    Dissenter, your writing style is so abysmal that it is easy to see why you like Maya Angelou. But, trying my best to decipher what you are saying, first, you are incorrectly conflating Northern Blacks with Southern Blacks during the 30s, 40s, 50s, and, apparently, the 60s and 70s.

    Communism the only alternative for Blacks? The NAACP would have been surprised to hear that. They played a positive role up through part of the 60s, and part of their approach was to expose the hypocritical and evil nature of Communism. They had the support of large sections of Blacks, both in the North and in the South.

    The Black Church, during that time, was an important part of the Black Community, and with a few exceptions, did not hate Whites, and did not admire Commies.

    And even in the 30s, many Blacks had started to make significant improvements in their condition, especially those who were part of the labor movement, such as the CIO.

    And of course, the majority of opponents of Communism were NOT segregationists. The opponents were the entire population, other than a few Commie stooges. Liberals were opponents of Communism, especially after the Stalin-Hitler pact.

    Examples? The Commies opposed Randolph’s 1941 March on Washington, they opposed the NAACP’s double-V campaign during World War II, they opposed the pro-Communist Henry Wallace campaign, and last, but certainly not least, they opposed the tyranny of the Soviet Union (sic.) And during the early 30s they advocated a separate Black republic, a position, they came close to again in the late 40s. Most Black people saw this for the stupidity and treason that it was.

    And by the 60s, Blacks had made massive gains. Many Black college graduates, many successful attacks on trade union discrimination such as those conducted by Herbert Hill, many Black teachers, nurses, social workers, and increasing numbers of lawyers and physicians.

    And racism during the 60s? Segregation was overcome in the South by the mid-60s, and after the 1964-65 riots, Blacks were given countless additional opportunities in the North.

    But the Black intellectuals have always been more anti-Semitic, more anti-American, and more pro-Communist than the average Black person.

    Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 3:15 pm

Incidentally dissenter, it was stupid white liberals like yourself who made Angelou rich, not her fellow blacks.

Jonathan e. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 1:09 pm

Of course whenever this Debbie Schlussel person dies all anyone will say is “Who?”

You people suck on May 28, 2014 at 1:11 pm

    And when you die, people will ask, what smells?”

    Jonathan e. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 1:26 pm

      Haha..Mrs. Debbie nothing but old fart a has been..at your age I should worry about hell too

      bella on May 29, 2014 at 10:47 pm

Any bets on whether or not Obama orders her body to lie in state in the Capitol building? After all she WAS America’s “poet laureate.” And as we know the Prez has never met a race-baiter he didn’t like.

Sean M on May 28, 2014 at 1:21 pm

you people are pieces of shit
fuck each and every single one of you

jimmy on May 28, 2014 at 1:57 pm

    Huh ?…who are you speaking to ?

    HK on May 28, 2014 at 2:27 pm

    The truth hurts doesn’t Jimmy-boy?

    FriscoKid on May 28, 2014 at 2:59 pm

    Wow, Jimmy, you write as well as Maya Angelou. That was about the level of her work.

    Jonathan E. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 5:17 pm

    Quick somebody get the hook for jimmy and call for a paddy wagon. The village of Rio Linda is missing one of it’s idiots.

    Ken b on May 28, 2014 at 6:37 pm

I cried when my beautiful 8th grade daughter brought home Maya Angelou’s trashy novel, I Know Why The Caged Bird Sings. Its the story of a truly miserable life complete with GRAPHIC descriptions of the child, Maya, being raped by an adult male, her mothers boyfriend. I demanded a new book from the teacher (they thought I was the nut job). When I heard of her passing I only felt relief she’s no longer in pain. Its disgusting how liberals love to put misery on parade and then give rewards for the spectacle. Thanks, Debbie for the brutal truth about this national lie.

Sammamish Mom on May 28, 2014 at 2:15 pm

I maybe wrong but I think she spoke at the Million Man March; a vile and racist event inline with a KKK rally. If a white person spoke at a KKK rally would everyone say, “oh well”. She got away with her carp for the same reason BHO is lauded.

M: You must’ve missed it, but I wrote about her speaking at the Million Man March in this very column. DS

Mike on May 28, 2014 at 2:34 pm

@ DS. Lol, if I thought you to be racist I’d just say so and then avoid your site, however that’s not the case. I will check out your links you provided, that is why I asked the question because since I’ve been on coming to this site I’ve only read rot in hell about the political black deceased. Surely there are some did right by you, now I know.

As far as Nikki G, I’m familiar with the poem that you posted and as I stated its all in context with the times. This was written in the 60’s. Have you read any of her poetry from the 70’s 80’s, its all lovey dove light hearted stuff. Times changed. So did her content.

It puzzles me how people cannot see things from the point of view of the trampled only from the view of the trampolee. It such an limited point of view and it shows in many of the responses that show up on these articles.

BigD on May 28, 2014 at 2:44 pm

Ben Carson may be a good doctor, but he’s not deserving of the votes of conservatives. When he isn’t praising affirmative action, he is writing about the importance of, uh, compromise.

Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 2:51 pm

    Actually, Ben Carson is NOT a fan of raced based affirmative action or affirmative action which lowers standards. He said we need programs based on poverty levels to help the poor, regardless of race, but not a lowering of standards. Big difference.

    I believe in compromise and so do most conservatives. What we don’t believe in is the Pelosi form of compromise, e.g., doing everything the left wants.

    Jonathan E. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 3:45 pm

      He does, indeed, support affirmative action. A few weeks ago, he wrote a column, using himself as an example, pointing out that in the early stages of his academic career, he benefited from affirmative action by being able to go to a top-flight school. He said that otherwise, he would still have been able to become a physician, but would not have gotten as good an education, so, generalizing, he suggested that this ‘little push’ would be beneficial for many Blacks, up to the point in their education and careers (which he hoped would be near-term) where they no longer needed it.

      Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 4:38 pm

        And poverty levels? A backhanded way of supporting affirmative action. Maybe not with all the bells and whistles we have today, but affirmative action, nonetheless. And in practice, it would amount to the same thing we have today. Kind of like saying the top 10% of a high school class should get preferential college acceptance. Again, a backhanded way of supporting racial preferences.

        Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 4:40 pm

Thank you for writing the truth. The same “intellectuals” that think Angelou was brilliant, are the same that think cow dung smeared on a portrait of Jesus is art.

Jane on May 28, 2014 at 2:57 pm

    5-star comment- laugh of the day for me (who spends much of every day with people who DO think dung is art)

    isahiah62 on May 29, 2014 at 4:30 pm

And of course, I meant that the Commies SUPPORTED Henry Wallace’s campaign.

Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 3:16 pm

And even for those crestfallen intellectuals, Communism was far from inevitable. Richard Wright, for instance, was eventually able to see the horror of Communism. Ralph Bunche, after a brief flirtation with Communist Front groups in the 30s, also rejected it.

Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 3:19 pm

“Maya Angelou, Rot In Hell.”

Amen.

DS_ROCKS! on May 28, 2014 at 3:20 pm

And, Dissenter, you are also conflating the 60s and 30s, a real demagogic technique. There were many differences between these two decades, and your jumbling them together is trying to take advantage of the failure of our educational system to teach the evils of Communism, and the fact that racial conditions, even in the 30s were not, excuse me, all Black and White.

Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 3:22 pm

    @ Little Al
    When I was young(er) we had to learn of communism in Jr. High school. Not as the utopia they’re teaching now but of the reality of what communism did to a people/nation. These young people that weren’t around then have no idea what they are asking for. They are blind.

    Laura S. on May 28, 2014 at 4:23 pm

So sad. I had all their albums too.

#1 VATO on May 28, 2014 at 3:31 pm

I just KNEW DS was gonna write about this affirmative action “poet”. A few years back when Molly Ivins died, she was also deified by the ignorant media.

FriscoKid on May 28, 2014 at 3:42 pm

Debbie –

At the end of your tweet you wrote, “RIP Maya Angelou”.

Didn’t you mean RIH?

TF: Well, that was a trending term, so I put it in so people would read the tweet. Definitely, I meant RIH. DS

Toby Flenderson on May 28, 2014 at 4:02 pm

Maya Angelou and her writing will be long remembered and revered when you and your vile screeds are nothing but poisoned dust.

Jan on May 28, 2014 at 4:29 pm

And compromise? It needs to be approached concretely. WHAT compromise? If it is not spelled out, as with Carson, I fear the worst.

Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 4:41 pm

You are a terrible person, and an even worse writer. You will never be a quarter of the writer that Maya Angelou was. Grow up and learn some compassion.

You people are paranoid maniacs. Get a grip- not everyone is out to get you and destroy your white-centric existence. Did you ever think that she wanted to leave America because of frenzied people like you, who demean her being at every turn? Do you even think for a fraction of a second that you understand what it’s like being an African American? Quit watching Fox News and get out into the world. You might actually learn something instead of letting yourself be brainwashed.

I feel sorry for you- it must be hard carrying around so much hatred in your heart.
Maya Angelou, on the other hand, only had love.

Alicia on May 28, 2014 at 4:53 pm

    Yes, Alicia, Maya Angelou had love…love for Fidel Castro who murdered tens of thousands of his countryman, love for Malcolm Xcrement, a racist, love for the Arab terrorists killing Jews, love for all things anti-American. Funny this, like you, she blamed whitey, but it was not whitey who raped her, it was not whitey who knocked her up, it was not whitey who turned her into a prostitute.

    White Centric?? Guess what? This country was founded by white male Protestants, and was a better country when we followed white male ideas like The Enlightenment, the Constitution, freedom, etc.

    Your ancestors may have come in chains, but no one is preventing you from moving back to Africa. You are free to go.

    Jonathan E. Grant on May 28, 2014 at 5:23 pm

      “Malcolm Xcrement”

      LOL

      DS_ROCKS! on May 28, 2014 at 9:58 pm

    Alicia, honey, you’re right that I cannot concieve of being black. Imagine my shame if 80% of Jewish offspring were bastards! Ditto if Jews needed quotas to get good jobs, or created dangerous slums, or created virtually nothing of any scientific or cultural importance.

    What I find interesting is that black contributions have apparently dropped as blacks have gotten first equal, then special, rights.

    It’s time to repeal ALL government racial preferences and to restore the ability of a proprietor to refuse service based on race, religion, or any other attribute.

    Thanks.

    skzion on May 28, 2014 at 10:27 pm

Alicia has the wordiness of someone who has not quite mastered the English language. The floweriness, in a sense, of someone not quite comfortable with refined language.

What is the difference between ‘her’ and ‘her being’? Not much, except for the rhetorical flourish of adding the word ‘being’ because Alicia is not quite sure that her content can stand on its own without embellishment. Same thing with ‘white’ and ‘white-centric’. Empty embellishment.

So, if I were Alicia, I would be somewhat cautious in attacking Debbie’s writing. Alicia’s is nothing to write home about. And for someone who advocates compassion, where does ‘paranoid maniacs’ fit in?

Little Al on May 28, 2014 at 5:06 pm

She in a very large and eternally hot room inhabited forever by fellow leftists such as Ted Kennedy, Malcolm X, Tip O’Neill, Adolph Hitler, Frances Perkins, W.E.B DuBois, Joseph Stalin, Edward R. Murrow, John L. Lewis, Karl Marx, Nelson Mandela, Mao Tse Tung, Robert C. Byrd, Margaret Sanger, Osama Bin Laden and many others who have brazenly served satan.

Megaman on May 28, 2014 at 5:17 pm

    Aslo Hugo Chavez, Walter Cronkite, Paul Robeson, Andy Giffith, Mohammad, Tojo, Benedict Arnold, Henry Wallace, Joseph Goebbels, and Saddam Hussien.

    Megaman on May 28, 2014 at 5:33 pm

MA: “Hillary Clinton, a wife a mother…that’s my girl.”

(Well, until that black dude came along.)

Ouch!

Tim Robbins on May 28, 2014 at 5:29 pm

You’re the worst human being who’s ever walked the planet and make me ashamed to say I’m Jewish. I sincerely hope when you’re sick and your life is waning you remember how you acted and you know the fear that people will take pleasure at your passing. You’re everything wrong the world.

Adam Tremaine on May 28, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    Keith Olbermann??? That you?

    john on May 28, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    “You’re the worst human being who’s ever walked the planet and make me ashamed to say I’m Jewish.”

    -Adam (“Amy”) Tremaine

    Adam, sweetheart, I’m ashamed you’re Jewish as well.

    skzion on May 28, 2014 at 6:27 pm

keith olbermann is not a Jew

HK on May 28, 2014 at 6:07 pm

    I know @HK, but he is always spewing on about the “worst person in the world.”

    john on May 28, 2014 at 6:43 pm

Adam Tremaine’s Summary

My name is Adam Tremaine. I am 27 years old and I am a Graphic Designer from Minneapolis, Minnesota. I am very outgoing and energetic. I like to think I’m classy. I enjoy laughing and sandwiches. In my free time I like to golf, catch a game with friends, and occasionally river dance. I have been doing freelance graphic design for the past few years, specializing in T-shirt and logo design, but can do it all. I am currently looking for more work. So please contact me if you like
my style!

I also have a dog named Max. He likes to bark.

skzion on May 28, 2014 at 6:31 pm

Ah…the scathing jealousy from a pale woman who’ll never be recognized. I didn’t care for Angelou’s work, but this lady just sounds like the KKK grand wizard’s white-trash wife. Which she probably is.

JCS on May 28, 2014 at 6:33 pm

Gee, Debi Hussel (or whatever your name is), looks like you have 1,000 fans on Facebook and Maya Angelou has over 5,000,000 fans. Certainly your “blogging” (with such wit, depth, learning, and precise grammatical style)will land you in future literary anthologies. Seems like your claim to fame is male conservative whack-jobs whacking over photos of your chubby, bleach-blond, photo-shopped, 50 year old face. Don’t let all of this global fame go to your head, Deb!

RCR on May 28, 2014 at 7:30 pm

    JCS, I mean RCR, I notice that you have not disputed even one of Debbie’s points.

    I’m glad that you’re so pissed off, though. It’s great to offend your type.

    Oh, and given that the blessedly dead “Maya” looked like a gargoyle, I’d stay away from any comments about looks.

    skzion on May 28, 2014 at 10:19 pm

About that quote . . .
“As she wrote in “The Heart of a Woman” (but only her gynecologist actually knows for sure if that was actually a woman)”
. . . I couldn’t agree more, as Ms. Angelou’s voice did sound almost like a drag queen (especially of the Harvey Fierstein variety). Never mind that her “poetry,” as has been noted, sucked big-time. “It flies,” indeed. More like “Time flies like the wind, fruit flies like bananas.”

I also couldn’t help but notice how many of the anti-white, Jew-hating, HAMAS-supporting contingent have crawled out of the woodwork and gone full Alinsky in (and whilst) trying to defend this latest offering of worm food.

ConcernedPatriot on May 28, 2014 at 7:42 pm

Oprah said that old racists just need to die. With the death of a hateful black racist like Maya Angelou, Oprah got her wish!

Samantha on May 28, 2014 at 8:15 pm

Obama supporter dies.

She wasn’t a Poet
and she didn’t know it.
She didn’t like to make things rhyme
Like good poets do all the time.

One of the most Racist Blacks that was on earth.
She hated America, Loved Muslims, Hated Israel, Loved Gays.
She’s gone and will be forgotten by good people
Will Oprah be next?

C. T. Hockenbury on May 28, 2014 at 8:24 pm

Debbie, thanks again, for showing me who the REAL Maya Angelou was. I am also glad that I never had to read her poetry and her other writings when I was in high school and college.

I never could understand what made her so famous. I was thinking maybe because her interview with Oprah or because big name liberals that kept tauting her all the time? I was once read some of her work just to see what the hoopla was all about. I will admit that when I read her poetry it was like a big HUH? I remember reading poetry in high school and college and those works were a lot better than what she wrote. Maybe because the authors of those poems wrote in a way that connected with me and Maya’s writings did not.

I never knew of Maya’s radical politics since everytime she is shown on television by the liberal media outlets, she is shown as this lovingly, grandmotherly type woman that makes everyone feel comfortable. I am glad that I will not be reading anymore of her work especially reading your article Debbie on this woman.

Mario on May 28, 2014 at 8:59 pm

Stupid article.

You Guys Are Stupid on May 28, 2014 at 9:39 pm

I think we have a new term. Reverse race baiting. Congratulations, you self-righteous cunt.

Adam Social on May 28, 2014 at 9:54 pm

    Adam Social(disease):

    Project much?

    DS_ROCKS! on May 28, 2014 at 10:02 pm

      DSR: lol!

      skzion on May 28, 2014 at 10:13 pm

    Adam, congratulations on adopting the typical “rape language” of the niggas and Mooooslims!

    skzion on May 28, 2014 at 10:14 pm

    @Adam Social

    How about Passive Aggressive White Guilt Defence Mechanism Misogyny?

    It’s about as catchy and original as the fiercely clueless expression in your avatar shot so don’t knock it.

    Those glasses make you look like a mean drunk lumberjack whose eyes are too low on his head.
    Not the cerebral look you were going for at all.

    Frankz on May 28, 2014 at 10:58 pm

Hmmmmmm, typical troll action happening here. I can guarantee that none of the trolls here would want to walk a mile in my shoes, my blond haired, blue eyed, old, white, irrelevant, narrow minded, bigoted, Christian conservative shoes. You could not touch me out in the fields clearing land as I head toward age 58, in a climate I’m genetically unsuited for. Nor would you want to tag along when I grab everything I can off the trees to eat or make juice and other beverages out of, also while trying to put together one high protein, high carb meal a day in an effort to keep my supermarket bill at four bucks a day.

All talk, try living a really difficult life, especially when you’re old and damaged. Oh, and try six and a half hour nonstop snow shoveling and ice chopping sessions, without a break except to pee in the 25 degree weather I was working in, because the family didn’t want me trampling the mess in and out of the house, until I was finished and could take my boots off before coming in. I did stuff like that on my last trip to the states, did that exact routine twice, and a lot more, like scrubbing floors on my hands and knees, cleaning toilets and urinals, you get da pitcha, that’s what I do for my meager living. Yeah, try stuff like that, trolls. Amazing how trolls pop up to talk crap.

But I’m not bragging, because I give all the glory to my Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

Now that I’ve introduced myself to the trolls and whomever else thinks me a racist, as I was the first to post on this thread, or whoever thinks Debbie or any of the other regulars are racists, I also probably know more about blacks who have TRULY contributed to this “once great republic” and carried themselves with more dignity than has been displayed here than ANY of the trolls.

Try reading up a little on . . .

George Washington Carver
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Ray Charles.

Now get off this web site, and come back when you have learned some manners, critical thinking, and about blacks who have contributed something REAL to America. You should start with Mr. Carver, as his massive body of work is still affecting the lives of most, if not all Americans, in a positive way to this very day.

Howzat for a racist?

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on May 28, 2014 at 10:53 pm

I have nothing against Maya Angelou however:

Oprah
Obama and his Mrs. Need to go!!!!!!!!

Also Hillary please go far far far away I’ve had enough of you from 20 something to 42. You do nothing for the female responsibilities into providing for myself in the socioeconomic climates your fascism puts white single women in. Now go away foolish !!!!

my oh my on May 28, 2014 at 11:31 pm

I have nothing to contribute to this thread except for 2 things:

1. Canadian mass media has been fawning over Maya Angelou quite a bit. Of course, a couple of weeks ago, we were fawning over our own Maya named Farley Mowat. Disclosure: when my dad (z”l) had his restaurant, Mowat was one of his best customers (judging by the bar tab). Even gave out an autographed copy of “A Whale For The Killing”. Of course, many of us could relate to him than to Maya Angelou. But that’s my opinion.

2. I was never exposed to Angelou’s work while I was in high school, so by rights, I should have no opinion on someone I neither know or recognize. Still, Maya who?

Thatisall.

The Reverend Jacques on May 29, 2014 at 3:30 am

hey Debbie Schlussel, since you got such a foul mouth, how about you come over here and suck this dick. i want it sloppy with lots of spit. then use all that goo to lube your ass cause imma go anal.

DebbieSchlussellovesfatcocksinhermouth on May 29, 2014 at 5:23 am

    Now you dont want to do that, do you ??….your goat will get jealous.

    HK on May 29, 2014 at 8:46 am

    Please would someone put something in this trolls mouth because my zipper’s stuck. Hey dummy it’s not so funny when it’s thrown back at you is it? Troll loser.

    Ken b on May 31, 2014 at 8:19 am

Liberals understand that the conservative press and spokespeople, in general, are unable or unwilling to respond to two types of liberal campaigns that do the most to promote left-wing ideas: anniversaries and obituaries. With the rabble-rousers and traitors of the 60s getting older, and with the despicable events of the 60s nearing or reaching 50th (I’m not going to say ‘golden’) anniversaries, these types of commemorations are becoming more and more common, and it is foolish not to believe that liberals in Government, the press, and in the universities give a lot of consideration to how best to use these opportunities.

As in the case of Mandela, the press, as far as I know, with the exception of this site has been gushing with praise. Although you can do Google searches to find out the truth about Angelou, you have to be quite diligent in order to do this. The major articles, even from traditionally conservative sites unflattering issues virtually entirely with Angelou, and soft-pedal them with Mandela.

The publicized anniversary occasions only mark events that can cast traditional American values in a bad light, for instance how presumably racist, sexist or homophobic our traditions are. We saw anniversary celebrations of the Port Urine statement, a number of whose authors and supporters would wind up as terrorists and/or traitors, the 1963 March on Washington, one year before the major riots (yes, there were some smaller ones, even in 1963), and so on. Wait until the anniversary of the Stonewall events.

In order not to further lose propaganda ground, given the barrage of anniversary and obituary propaganda, conservatives have to be able to respond effectively, as Debbie does, and tell the truth about these people and events. Otherwise, an alternate, and false tradition becomes the canon.

This standard should also, really, become a test for Republican candidates, at least on a national basis. The fact that they would all, at least as far as I know, fail this test goes a long way in explaining why the Republican Party does not effectively counter this country’s rush towards the Left.

Little Al on May 29, 2014 at 6:31 am

    Really nicely argued, Little Al.

    skzion on May 29, 2014 at 12:26 pm

    Excellent commentary as usual, Little Al, especially with respect to all these 50th year commemorations. It’s amazing how many of them are coming due, or have already done so. And I was recently thinking of Stonewall myself, which will be 45 years next month. With “marriage equality” pretty much being the law of the land, as the activist judiciary tramples all over the will of the people, it’s going to be one more notch in the left’s belt.

    Mark Levin read something last week from Saul Alinsky, who it seems said to never get in to an argument with your enemy. I forget the rest of it. But the lesson has obviously made its imprint. Just look at the trolls who come here. They’re not interested in spirited debate on legitimate points of view at all. It’s just about hurling insults, shouting people down, and making a shambles of a true educational process.

    Education doesn’t have to come from sitting in a classroom, and Debbie’s articles are extremely educational. But these people aren’t interested in education, just their agenda. Also, it’s a ways off, but the 50th of Roe v. Wade is the next stop after Stonewall. Wonder what that parade is going to be like.

    Alfredo from Puerto Rico on May 29, 2014 at 12:36 pm

Found this page after searching for “Conservative butthurt at its finest.”
Dang, it must suck to be so rich, yet so miserable and sad.
Oh well, off to go enjoy life, particularly, not being a racist turd! Kthxbai!

Marie on May 29, 2014 at 9:26 am

    Gosh Marie talk about Conservative butt hurt at its finest. How about Libtard cranial rectal hurt. Markos Moulitsas is looking for you because your special room is ready right next to his. Enjoy your smarmy liberal existence and don’t let the door hit you on the way back to the Daily Kooks.

    Ken b on May 31, 2014 at 8:29 am

Thank you Debbie for putting on paper, or in this case on the internet, exactly how so many Conservative Republican Americans feel and for letting like mined people comment below. I’m often asked why are more African-Americans and Hispanics not republican; I give a litany of reasons, but thanks to you, I can now just point to your writings and the comments that follow and say see here is what they think of us and our most revered educators, leaders and commentators. Please read her work and come back and ask me instead, why are there any African-Americans or Hispanic republicans.

Geoffinkc on May 29, 2014 at 9:51 am

    “Please read her work and come back and ask me instead, why are there [aren’t] any African-Americans or Hispanic republicans.”

    Geoffinkc on May 29, 2014 at 9:51 am

    Geoff, while there are indeed some black and hispanic Republicans, there is no mystery regarding b&h far greater support for the Dems: the Dems pay better if you’re a crack ho, in prison, a dumb Affirmative Action hire, etc. Some of us do not want more blacks or hispanics in the Republican Party. You see, they would support the Reps only if the Reps out-bought the Dems.

    So enjoy the blather of the pro-Moooooooslim faux-conservative Norquist or the ill-tanned fake Boner. But don’t think that these scoundrels reflect the views of sensible conservative folk.

    skzion on May 29, 2014 at 6:28 pm

Only a matter of time before:

Streets and buildinbgs galore (re)named after her,

Commemorative stamps

A one-sided, leftist movie of her life, where 99.9% of Whites and Jews are demonized and slandered, and 99.9% of Blacks are saints, and she is glorified as America’s greatest poet,and one of the greatest Americans,EVER.

CharlesMartel on May 29, 2014 at 11:03 am

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