THIS IS LITERALLY EVERY WHITE PERSON EVER HANGING OUT WITH A POC
THIS IS LITERALLY EVERY WHITE PERSON EVER HANGING OUT WITH A POC
Admittedly, I would absolutely find this hilarious if I didn’t know the simple fact that the smiling woman is the Prime Minister of Denmark!
The PM and Obama have met lots of times now …
… which is probably why they’re seated next to one another. I mean, come ON, obviously it’s not some random man-stealing bimbo that was placed next to the President of the United States.
But the media loves to pin women up against each other, so for good measure here’s a picture of all three smiling together and one of the two women alone…
Please, signal boost this and stop the idiotic scenario where these two intelligent and powerful women are being reduced to petty women that care only about the attention of a man - even if it is the President of the United States.
The more you know. Now, go forth an have an AWESOME day!
Kinda sad that this post is even necessary.
read an amazing article on how the reception of Michelle Obama’s “disapproving look” reinforces the stereotype about the “mad black woman”. It’s pretty annoying how people simplify her and put her in a box
that ugly ass prince bout to get his wifey snatched
Doctor Who Cares? - A spinoff in which all is right with the ladies’ storylines and they take custody of the TARDIS every weekend to explore the universe together
SO MUCH SASS IN ONE TARDIS
I DEMAND TO HAVE JACK THERE AS WELL… HE’S AS MUCH A LADY OF THE TARDIS AS THE OTHERS ARE
this team needs no man
Crocodile tears to mask US imperialism’s role as the enemy of African liberation
July 18 2013
Today is Nelson Mandela’s 95th birthday, but forget the crocodile tears from the U.S. government about Mandela’s poor health. Imperialist diplomacy with all of its sugar-coated phrases is nothing more than a form of historical perjury.
Nelson Mandela’s arrest in 1962, which led to 18 of his 27 years of imprisonment on Robbins Island, was based on the work of the CIA. The CIA and National Security Agency worked as partners with the racist, apartheid regime’s vicious military and intelligence services.
Mandela was a leader of the African National Congress (ANC) that organized civil resistance and an armed struggle against South Africa’s white racist apartheid regime. The United States and the other western capitalist governments supported the racist, fascist apartheid regime.
Mandela was labeled a terrorist by the United States. So was the entire ANC. Even as late as 2008 the U.S. State Department had to pass special waivers so that Mandela or any ANC leader could visit the United States because he and the ANC were still on the “terrorist watch list.”
The ANC’s struggle for Black majority rule and the liquidation of apartheid received critical support from Cuba, the Soviet Union and other socialist countries. The ANC had an active alliance with South African Communist Party in the struggle for Black majority rule.
Even after the fall of the apartheid government ANC members applying for visas to the USA were flagged for questioning and forced to ask for waivers to enter the country. Former ANC chairman Tokyo Sexwale was denied a visa in 2002
n 2007, Barbara Masekela, South Africa’s ambassador to the United States until the year prior was denied a visa to visit a dying cousin living in the United States.
U.S. Imperialism was the enemy of African Liberation
The CIA and NSA spy services—with the full collaboration of such transnational corporations at IBM, Kodak and many others—worked at all levels and for decades for apartheid and against the African National Congress activists who were routinely murdered, tortured and sentenced to life terms in the hell holes of South Africa.
The ANC was labeled and treated as a terrorist organization and pro-communist by the CIA and successive U.S. administrations, Democratic and Republican alike. Congress, too, was an enthusiastic cheerleader for this vile partnership with the planet’s most disgustingly racist regime.
The House of Representatives only voted to call for Nelson Mandela’s release from prison in 1986 when it was clear that the fascist apartheid regime’s days were numbered, leading the United States and Britain to abruptly shift course and broker a negotiated end to the white supremacist system. A mass worldwide anti-apartheid movement had completely isolated South Africa. Dick Cheney voted against the House resolution in 1986, pointing out that the U.S. government was still retaining the ANC on the official U.S. “terrorist list.”
The U.S. and Britain knew the end had finally come for the usefulness of the apartheid government when its seemingly invincible military was decisively defeated by the Angolan army and thousands of Cuban volunteers in the historic battle of Cuito Canavale.
As Mandela said, “When Africa called, Cuba answered.”
Just something to remember as Obama’s statement on Mandela begins to float around the Internet.
- The Color Purple
- Do the Right Thing
- Eve’s Bayou
- School Daze
- Higher Learning
- Waiting to Exhale
- This Christmas
- Boyz N the Hood
- Next Friday
- Friday After the Next
- Undercover Brother
- House Party
- The Nutty Professor
- The Nutty Professor 2
- Big Mama’s House
- Down to Earth
- Coming to America
- Phat Girlz
- Scary Movie 1
- Scary Movie 2
- Haunted House
- White Chicks
- Don’t be a Menace…
- Barbershop 2: Back in Business
- Beauty shop
- Death at a Funeral
Sci-fi and Fantasy
- Blade II
- Blade Trinity
- Black Knight
- Meteor Man
- Up Up Away
- Seventeen Again
- Beasts of a Southern Wild
- After Earth
- Twitches Too
- Vampire in Brooklyn
- Princess and the Frog
- One by One (Short Disney film)
- Bebe’s Kids
- African Tales: The Mark of Uru, Business and Pleasure, Enemy of the Rising Sun
- Zarafa (French film with english subtitles)
Aya de Yopougon
Nadia Secret of Blue water (anime film)
- Kirikou and the Sorceress
- Love Jones
- Brown Sugar
- The Best Man
- Think Like a Man
- Two Can play that game
- The Wood
- Noah’s Arc: Jumping the Broom
- Deliver us from Eva
- Jumping the Broom
- What’s Love got to do with it?
- The Temptations
- The Jacksons An American Dream (part 2) (part 3)
- Lady Sings the Blues
- Introducing Dorthy Dandrige
- Malcolm X
- The Lena Baker Story
- Why do fools fall in love?
- The Josephine Baker Story
I don’t even know which one to watch first
What about Tyler Perry’s movies??
With all his misogynistic bullshit and fat black woman tropes? He needs to stay far away from this list.
amen to the tyler perry comment tho