Tuesday, August 20, 2013

The Butler: Oppressed for Oscars

Oprah Winfrey is the first Black Billionaire. She's notable in the "mainstream" for changing the lives of White middle aged women with self-help programming, but to Black people, she's most known for...


And that is who she will always be to Black people. That is where they want her, and that is where Oprah chooses to stay FOR Black people to accept her. Oprah has performed in several movies, including The Color Purple, Beloved, and The Butler. In all of her films, she appears as a struggling Black woman with limited education. She gets all oppressed for Hollywood because after all, Hollywood caters to the image that IT HAS LAID OUT for the Black demographic; that WE need saving. The machine has provided it's Manchurian Candidates who are the paid-for leaders of Black entertainment.

Lee Daniels...

and worse...

...Tyler Perry.

What people do not understand, is that Spike Lee has been a witness to the machine which blocked his funding and shut him down because he did not follow the PROTOCOL that had long been established. Yes, the man is a bit jealous of these new age directorial millionaires, but in essence, he has watched souls get sold like Africans on the auction block, like a Minstrel Show ironically hailed as progress because the director happens to be Black.

Halle being made to "Feel Good" by the racist White savior
Blacks have graced the covers of magazines, they've become a Bond Girl and they've rode a racist White penis on the big screen for the sake of becoming mainstream. Super-sized Black areola's and a White man who makes her "Feel Good" has become the standard of so-called success for Black actresses. (Enter Keri Washington and a White President) The loose Black woman who walks like a lioness but sucks dick like a whore, has long been iconic; way before Dorothy Dandridge had an identity crisis with Carmen Jones. Protocol had been established when Dandridge let her PIMP European boyfriend, I mean, White director, sexually demean her. We think because King Kong's got nothing on Denzel Washington that we have MADE IT. But when the applause is over, when the nameless faces are still nameless for a cause, the Black actor has still received an award from White people for being uncivilized, ignorant and subservient.

Daniels happy to have sold out for a statue of a White man
The desperation for White acceptance is pitiful among the so-called Black Hollywood elite. These Black directors/producers have wet dreams over Oscars and nightmares over a mere NAACP Image Award. Blacks care as much about the NAACP as they care about who the owners are of Black Entertainment Television, they simply don't give a fuck. The NAACP has celebrated such films as FLIGHT and RED TAILS; stories of Black bravery that were seen as an abomination by major Hollywood.
Did you actually think the Precious Academy would even consider a film like Red Tails?

Daniels and Perry do their bidding. They think with their money-hungry morning wood which shamefully arouses the nigger mentality: When the White man gives applause, then you must have done well.
The nigger performs his magic show for the White man while pretending to cater to a neglected tambourine market.

Tyler and Oprah put their names on it to show their allegiance...

And Monique accepts her award for thinking she can't get AIDS if she never fucks in the butt...

It is no coincidence that the fat Black woman is the heroin of the Black community. From Hattie McDaniel to Monique to Oprah, to Octavia Spencer, these women have strategically been reborn, over and over again for the mental programming of Blacks. Stay with me here.

What has changed since then???
Who got the first Oscar? A fat Black woman who took care of white babies and said YES SIR to her White owners, I mean bosses. The Help received Oscars left and right because fat Black women kept Hattie McDaniel's legacy alive. Oh the Black people lined up at the theater, they rocked back and forth with their church fans in hand in solemn recognition that we have been oppressed, but we have overcome. But how could we have made it if our image is still in the slave ship? How have we gained ownership in Hollywood while our directors have million dollar mansions and brown "HELP" clean their toilets with close-up shots of their defeat?

It took a White man to produce and direct a film like RED TAILS because the Black producers were too busy brainstorming on how to get the next token Oscar.

And what they came up with...

The Butler. 

Oprah can make all of the billions she wants to but in the intermission of her board meetings at Harpo, she becomes a slave, literally. A tree was whipped into her back in BELOVED and now in The Butler, she's most proud of her husbands rise to glory as he folds White rich people's napkins. Oprah may tell White people what to do in the boardroom, but all is even when they refuse to let a nigger look at an expensive purse. It's no coincidence this scandal was followed by a butler husband in a film that will surely win her an Oscar.

The underlying message:

You may make money like the white boys club

But you're still a nigger. Now dance for us and we will give you a treat.

Now that Oprah has teamed up with Tyler Perry, the biggest sellout in Black history, on her bullshit network, it is almost a sure thing that Oprah will reap the benefits of toasting to the oppressed life in her new film.

The powers that be want to see her get whipped, they want to see her sexualized, demoralized and brought down to size.

Why aren't Black people tired of the same ole hymns? The same ole negro spirituals, waiting for the chariot to take us home when we now have such high positions and no reason to remind ourselves of who we once were. But let's face it, Black people love to see themselves as victims.

We united for Trayvon Martin because we love crying wolf, coming together against the racist boogey men while choosing to be ignorant of the drugs that were placed in our communities by the CIA. We miss the bigger picture, the larger scandals...Such as the thug image and paranoia of the Black man that was placed in Hollywood by the Black puppets. The Boys in the Hood need to stay there. Thanks John Singleton.

Anderson and the oppressed Black victims engage in a pity party
Our peripheral vision has been extinguished. We are bombarded by Anderson Cooper who speaks of White privilege on CNN. The distraction keeps us up in arms over people, places and things whose only connection to race is the ignorance of the people who buy into false flags of racism. While the flags wave above our heads, the system takes another Black man to prison and another Black actress signs her name on the dotted line.

We love the helpless women in the Tyler Perry films who just keep getting violated by the evil Black no-good man. Everything bad in the world happens to us because of our skin color and Black women can never be treated right by a dark skin Black man. Just ask Tyler Perry.

We believe, that the only way for us to be accepted, to be celebrated, to be rewarded, is to show the world the shackles that we helped to put on.

Barack Obama is Black, but Fitz is White, and it is he who Black women want to fuck. They live vicariously through Olivia Pope, whose Black pussy is oppressed by the most powerful White man in the world.
You see, we are conditioned to think of the White man as powerful and to think of Obama as being a nice smiling negro who charmed his way into the White House. We only put Black Presidents on the screen when the world is about to end. When the White House is on fire or being engulfed by a tidal wave. Look at Hollywood and tell me that I'm lying. From Danny Glover to Jamie Foxx....

In conclusion, fuck the Oscars.

To Hell with another butler, nanny or Black dick sucking harlot who can't get enough of the White mans protein shake.

Why are we wasting our efforts on an academy of Johns?

Why do we keep putting on aprons when there are more dynamic wardrobes to wear?

Who are we? How did we get BACK here?

Hattie McDaniel to Octavia Spencer

Dorothy Dandridge to Halle Berry

Flip Wilson to Tyler Perry

Richard Roundtree to Denzel Washington

But not for Losing Isaiah
And certainly not for Glory or Malcolm X

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