Just thought I’d archive some (more) ignorance: This is a copy of the controversial opinion piece by Kenneth Eng in Asian Week magazine: Here is a list of reasons why we should discriminate against blacks, starting from the most obvious down to the least obvious: â€¢ Blacks hate us. Every Asian who has ever come… Continue reading Archived for Posterity: Kenneth Eng’s ‘Why I Hate Blacks’ Article
Negritu.de has the video of Kanye West going off on President Bush and his response to hurricane Katrina. It’s worth watching for the look on Mike Myers’ face alone. 🙂
CNN has been playing snippets of an interview that New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin did last night on the radio. I’ve been trying to find the full audio online and oddly enough the BBC seems to be the only organization with the full audio posted (imagine that!). Nagin was dropping bombs in this interview… listen… Continue reading Audio of New Orleans Mayor’s WWL Radio Interview
Speaking of media coverage of the hurricane and race, check out the captions on these photos that were just emailed to me. Here are the actual links to the pictures: White People Find Black People Loot Update: Yahoo! has posted this note about these pictures: To Yahoo! News readers: News photos are an especially popular… Continue reading White People Find, Black People Loot???
An important article on Slate about race & class with regard to the victims of hurricane Katrina. Once again I’m liberating the text in case they try to start charging for it or something. And somebody please tell me WTF they can’t at the very least drop some food & bottled water down to the… Continue reading Lost in the Flood: Why no mention of race or class in TV’s Katrina coverage?
I was reading an article in Business 2.0 about Americans who are making it big in China when I noticed a picture of a brotha with two Chinese girls next to him. (reminds me of that line from Digital Undergrounds ‘Sex Packets’, but I digress…) So of course I skipped right to that part of… Continue reading Move to China, Become a Rapper & Make Millions!
A series of five stamps was released Wednesday for general use by the Mexican government. The stamps depict an exaggerated black cartoon character known as Memin Pinguin, a child character from a comic book started in the 1940s and still published in Mexico. Oh hell no! Mexico is officially trippin’ now. Fresh off of Vicente… Continue reading Mexican Stamps fuel ‘Racial Stereotypes’
All of these police and 911 dispatchers need to be fired for joking about a fire in a nightclub the other day. I wonder how many times a day these kind of sentiments are expressed by cops across the nation. We only know about these clowns because they were bold enough to send all of… Continue reading 911 is a Joke in Austin, TX
The Boondocks on the (latest) Bill Cosby scandal
I know many of you have seen the stories about animals sensing the recent Indian Ocean tsunami and heading for safety: At the Khao Lak Elephant Trekking Centre, elephants Poker and Thandung started to panic — trumpeting and breaking free from their chains. It was something their owner Jong Kit had never seen them do… Continue reading Aboriginals ‘Sensed’ the Tsunami