September 14, 2009, - 10:43 am
Kanye West, Serena Williams: Black Panther’s Muslim Son, Race Merchant’s Tennis Daughter Show True Colors; Only White Congressmen Need Apologize
Two videos, from yesterday, show us, yet again, what we’ve known for years: that if you are a minority you can get away with anything. Or in the case of Serena Williams, almost anything. But White people–like Rep. Joe Wilson–well, not so much. Especially when someone from another race is involved.
First, there’s Kanye West, a proud Muslim, and his low-class behavior of Kanye West at last night’s MTV Video Music Awards (video below). Why is anyone surprised by this? Have you forgotten his “George Bush doesn’t care about Black people” outburst on the live telethon for Hurricane Katrina aid? Did you forget that he is the son of a Black Panther? People who cry racism all their lives and walk around with that heavy chip–no, boulder–raise kids who think they are entitled . . . entitled to act however they please and lord themselves and their race over everyone else. Make no mistake. West’s ambush on live TV and comment to Taylor Swift–as she was accepting an award for best female video–that Beyonce’s video was better was dominated by racism. Yes, Beyonce is Black, and we can’t have a White chick winning an award.
Then, there is the daughter of race-merchant Richard Williams. Her name is Serena. Her foul-mouthed, f-word laden attack on an Asian line judge, yesterday at the U.S. Open, was beyond the pale (video below). (Hmm . . . I wonder if she learned this behavior from her Muslim rapper boytoy and unwed father, Common.) John McEnroe’s tirades directed at judges in the ’80s were nothing compared to her low-class attack, yesterday. But will she lose anything over it? Well, she was, indeed, disqualified. But in the long run, nothing else will happen to this thug-ette because of it (other than a $10,000 fine, a drop in the bucket for her).
You can’t hear it on the video, but her “artful” prose uttered to the line judge included this:
If I could, I would take this f—— ball and shove it down your f—— throat!
Serena Williams was taught to behave this way by her father, who has long complained that everyone is racist against his two tennis phenom daughters. This “racism” didn’t stop them from becoming two of America’s richest women or reaching women’s tennis’ apex. Williams was upset, at the time, that beautiful tennis star Anna Kournikova was getting all the press attention and endorsement deals. Well, that’s not racism. It’s sexism. No-one wants a man like Venus or Serena pushing make-up or jewelry or clothes. In magazine ads for her own clothing line, even Serena realizes that, and has a model (that isn’t her) wearing her clothes. (And in case you forgot, Williams is one-half of the sisterhood that defended the United Arab Emirates’ decision to exclude an Israeli tennis player, Shahar Pe’er, from the Dubai Tennis Championships.)
I doubt either of these people will apologize (West’s half-hearted “apology” continues to praise Beyonce–so, it’s not an apology). But, hey, the only apology the mainstream media is demanding is from a man who rightfully challenged the President’s lie about illegal aliens not getting ObamaCare.
White Congressmen need to apologize to Black Presidents, and even though Joe Wilson did, he’s accused of racism. But when two Black celebrities–a rap “artist” and a tennis player–attack non-Blacks, it’s just business as usual.
Or, rather, bid’ness az usual.
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