May 29, 2014, - 4:14 pm

Occupy Movement Cites Maya Angelou’s Anti-Semitic Poems, Rants

By Debbie Schlussel

I already told you about the late Maya Angelou’s anti-Israel crap and her support and work with the anti-Semitic, racist Nation of Islam (and she opened her college English classes by speaking in Arabic). But I’ve also long heard that Angelou engaged in open anti-Semitic tirades at some of the readings of her poems. Of course, that didn’t stop dumb Jewish liberals from inviting and gushing over this cretinette as their adopted earth goddess–and paying the anti-Semite big bucks (her last appearance was at some JINO–Jew In Name Only–establishment). And last year, when Angelou won the National Book Award for her dreck, some in the Occupy movement (which is, itself anti-Semitic) noted that they witnessed Angelou’s Jew-hating rants. Check out these two comments (thanks to Facebook Friend Jeanette Victoria Runyon for the tip!):



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Maya Angelou was a horrid monster.

DS_ROCKS! on May 29, 2014 at 4:24 pm

Tyrone Greene

Dark and lonely on the summer night.
Kill my landlord, kill my landlord.
Watchdog barking – Do he bite?
Kill my landlord, kill my landlord.
Slip in his window,
Break his neck!
Then his house
I start to wreck!
Got no reason —
What the heck!
Kill my landlord, kill my landlord.
C-I-L-L …
My land – lord …

This is about as good as anything she wrote.

john on May 29, 2014 at 4:29 pm

Damn the Dixie Chick have better lyrics remember Goodbye Earl?

Jeanette Victoria on May 29, 2014 at 5:34 pm

English departments throughout the country have given up any pretense of serious scholarship. Half the courses, at least, in almost every serious English department are devoted to victim literature. Half the contents, at least, of survey courses are devoted to victim literature. Even those courses purporting to study serious writers manage to do so from a PC context, how they were male chauvinists, pro-imperialist, etc. This is the atmosphere in which Angelou flourished.

When I am trying to find good literature or literary scholarship, it is unusual to find anything post-1970. Yes, there are a few recent works that are good, but not very many. The best ones predate World War II, and are still timely.

Little Al on May 29, 2014 at 5:35 pm

Yes, Little Al. This is why the government, insofar as it should support higher education at all, should not support the humanities any more. I’m inclined to add the social sciences to the ban as well, but this is more iffy.

skzion on May 29, 2014 at 5:54 pm

    skzion, in theory I’d like to see increased support for the humanities, because I don’t like to see professionals with really narrow skill bases, such as engineers, computer personnel, physicians, etc. who cannot see how they and their professions fit into the larger society, and how they and their society fit into the Western tradition.

    But given the state of the humanities, this is rarely possible anymore. I think might have been possible through the early 60s, and, in some cases, even into the 70s, but looking at department curricula now, including course descriptions, I just don’t see this happening anymore. It is really discouraging to see how much narrow political victimology dominates so many courses.

    Every English major knows who Alice Munro is, but how many know who John Collier was? How many have really made an effort to study The Waste Land? In early or midcentury surveys of English Literature, John Keats is considered one of the modern poets. Does anyone today have this sense of tradition?

    Little Al on May 29, 2014 at 7:57 pm

      Totally agree, LA

      Meira on May 30, 2014 at 12:23 am

    I would actually start with the social “sciences” because they drive the choices in humanities, particularly “literature.” They create the standards of Political Correctness. But it’s not only literature that is affected. A fine arts major may find her work rejected because it’s not edgy enough or doesn’t convey the acceptable message of her department head. In my case it was Lesbian feminism and not just atheism but actually an anti-deity world view. I’m good but I won’t paint someone else’s “message” and as a result, I didn’t get into student shows, so there was really no point in being there. These shows are important on one’s resume when trying to get into galleries. I have a friend who has a great ability to convey his strange visions n canvas but technically, his stuff looks like a not particularly talented kindergarden kid did it. Yet he has shows. Oh well! Sometimes there’s a price for holding to one’s values. So I still am an artist, but it’s those who serve the world who make the gelt. Talent and skill mean nothing.

    Meira on May 30, 2014 at 12:22 am

What people don’t realize is how the black folk grew our economy higher than it could ever have grown without them.

When blacks moved into the white areas in the 60’s they acted like fools with their shucking and jiving and the whites didn’t want to live around that shit, so they worked two jobs and sold their houses and moved away to the suburbs. They built new houses so the forest and lumber industries grew and the hardware stores grew and millions of dollars surged into the economy building roads so the whites could get to and from work.

Then the blacks started robbing and stealing because they were lazy, stupid and unqualified for jobs because they jived around at school instead of learning, and the whites had to buy replacement products so the economy grew even stronger.

Since the blacks were unemployed they started hanging around drinking malt liquor and the malt liquor industry had to expand and add more workers so the economy grew stronger again.

The flustered blacks started shooting people and the hospitals grew and new ones were built and more cops, nurses and doctors were required.

People had to buy guard dogs and security alarm companies grew stronger. Pet stores then sprung up everywhere to sell stuff for the guard dogs.

Then the blacks were thrown into jail and new jails had to be built and more guards were hired and the economy grew even stronger than before.

Then the Democrats created Welfare, so all the blacks went on welfare and the whites had to work harder to support them, and the economy grew stronger. Then the blacks bought fancy cars and the auto industry grew and TV makers were thrilled cause they could produce shows like ‘Cops’ and ‘Most Wanted’ and whites bought more guns and lots and lots of ammunition to keep the blacks out of their stuff, so gun manufacturing jobs grew.

So you see, we owe a lot to dear Maya, so stop being so judgmental!

Blinky McMullin Jr. on May 29, 2014 at 6:14 pm

    I enjoyed your piece immensely. You’ve thrown a whole new light on race relations in this country.

    Jerry G on May 30, 2014 at 10:14 am

@ Blinky take your bigoted ass to St. Elsewhere. Because of you, I just had an epiphany of Linton Kwesi Johnson song lyric “We’ re going to smash their brains in, cause they aint got nothin in them” He was singing about you.

Big D on May 29, 2014 at 6:39 pm

    So, as you understand it, Big D(ummy), being offended by someone’s words or ideas is justification for violence? lol.

    Good job, ace.

    DS_ROCKS! on May 29, 2014 at 9:05 pm

      DSR……excellent. One person got it anyway.

      Blinky McMullin Jr. on May 29, 2014 at 9:31 pm

    @Big D
    We haven’t had a full on racist like Blinky on here for a while.
    You guys aren’t pen pals are you? Just checking.

    Frankz on May 29, 2014 at 11:08 pm

      Maybe not; but, they’re birds of a feather.

      nadie on May 29, 2014 at 11:51 pm

Maya Maya wrote some prose
Much about nothin, although she thinks she knows,
she hate da jew and da white
all her words, were just black spite
she danced at the purple onion
till some whites, made her into somethin
now she’s gone and the libtards cry
while we all know, its just a lie

haha….sorry..see,any idiot can do that

HK on May 29, 2014 at 8:49 pm

@ HK Lol
@ D.S rocks and this Blinky twit. Really violence? Or is it a metaphor. Grow up dummies.

BigD on May 29, 2014 at 10:01 pm

    “Or is it a metaphor.(sic)”

    FBI stats for black-on-white violence would suggest not.

    Keep debating among your liberal white friends, Big D(ummy); you’re out of your league here.

    DS_ROCKS! on May 29, 2014 at 10:08 pm

So glad to know I am not alone in my opinion that Maya Angelou was a no-talent hack who only rose to any kind of prominence because she is black. Yet, like so many of her “brothers and sisters of color” no matter how successful she became, she continued to whine in every forum about what a victim of discrimination she was. She should not have been the poet laureate of the United States, she should have instead been the poster girl for Affirmative Action and discrimination against whites. Unfortunately Oprah took that crown long ago and is most teluctant to relinquish it.

MIGirl on May 29, 2014 at 11:01 pm

@ D.s rocks. Yeah I knew what you were attempting to infer, clown bigot. Puke.

BigD on May 29, 2014 at 11:44 pm

    “@ D.s rocks. Yeah I knew what you were attempting to infer, clown bigot. Puke.”

    Retorting to a rational argument by hurling insults and accusations of racism. Gee, who’d a thunk it? lol!

    Good job, Einstein!

    DS_ROCKS! on May 30, 2014 at 10:44 pm

@ Mtgirl. Oprah is the poster girl woman for affirmative action?

BigD on May 29, 2014 at 11:46 pm

    Hey, whatever happened to Skunky? I’m starting to think that big dumb-Dinky murdrered her.

    nadie on May 29, 2014 at 11:56 pm

      Yeah, she’s missed Nadie

      Frankz on May 30, 2014 at 1:10 pm

She had an amazing talent for self promotion. An equally great talent at reading. Says a bunch of nonsense but she says it with such conviction the Doprah watching bims love it.

I still love the “I CAN wash dishes” line, though.

Jeff_W on May 30, 2014 at 12:13 am

She was no Langston Hughes. Hughes did not rely on bigotry to get his point across in his poems.

Big D, you have to agree with that one.

Jonathan E. Grant on May 30, 2014 at 12:03 pm

Hughes was better than Angelou, but he was closely identified with the Communist Party for a number of years, visited the Soviet Union (sic) in the early 30s when millions of agricultural workers were being slaughtered and anti-semitic regulations were being promulgated. During these years he wrote poetry which glorified the Soviet Union (sic). Naturally this part of Hughes is not what is stressed in Harlem Renaissance courses, documentaries and books.

Little Al on May 30, 2014 at 12:13 pm

And then there’s Hughes’ masterpiece “Fine Clothes to the Jew” which is described as, er, um, departing from sentimental notions of Jewish people.

Little Al on May 30, 2014 at 12:24 pm

    Not familiar with Hughes but I would guess somehow strangely not departing from age old slander and attitudes.
    Some people can’t depart because they never arrived.

    Frankz on May 30, 2014 at 1:23 pm

@ J. E. Grant, I agree, I was not a fan of Maya A, poetry. Never did understand why she was so revered, but I admit, she was definitely shoved down our the black community throats, never understood why, never. I believe my mother said the same thing years ago, “I don’t understand all the fuss over her”

@ Nadie lol, I think we all miss the Skunkster.

Big D on May 30, 2014 at 1:12 pm

Stacey Dash joins Bill Oreilly as a contributor to his show. Oh I can’t wait till the Black folks begin to diss her and call her a no good sellout, when really she just has her own mind. She’s going to take a lickin’ but I like her more now.

Big D on May 30, 2014 at 1:19 pm

It’s an old joke,but it fits here:

I’ve read better,more intelligent, poetry on the walls of public restrooms.

The average, dirty Limerick makes more sense, and has more truth, than anything the Miss Prissy of Poetry,ever wrote.

CharlesMartel on May 30, 2014 at 1:26 pm

Debbie already addressed the Skunky issue a while back. She is tied up with work, and will be back “in the summer.”

As for Stacy Dash, she has already taken heat from the mainstream black community several months ago, for something she said.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on May 30, 2014 at 2:05 pm

Thank you, Alfredo. It sounds like she’s as busy as you.

nadie on May 30, 2014 at 10:18 pm

I’m sure that’s true, nadie. Don’t know how I found the time these past two weeks, but that could be over soon, again, for who knows how long. But I’m glad I found the time, especially in consideration of the PBA (Peanut Brigade Assault) on the first Maya Angelou thread. Those people wouldn’t know critical thinking or the “fairness” they love to spout about if it bit them on the leg and held on like a pit bull.

Alfredo from Puerto Rico on May 30, 2014 at 10:40 pm

@ Nadie “theyre birds of a feather” That comment is disgusting.
but you exhibit some quick wit at times, but by the aforementioned comment, you exhibit extreme foolishness, like DS Rocks.

BigD on May 31, 2014 at 2:02 pm

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