Totally agree with the Times Galupo Imus article.

The day they hang, on a tree, literally, I mean it, hang this junk of a human being called Snoop Dogg, I’ll be happy.

All the enormously brave and courageous black people who fought the horrors of the KKK so they could live freely do not deserve this absolute dung of a human being in what is now their half-deranged “community.” To think so many of these folks gave their lives a few decades ago or went through severe hardship to fight white racist violence, which included, very surely, a lot of sexual and racially sexist violence, just so some little black crap comes along and does nothing but denigrate black women in the most disgusting ways with his so-called music… they don’t deserve this. And neither do other women, by reflexive target, nor does society.

[Defending the use of such language in an interview published yesterday on MTV.com, hip-hop star Snoop Dogg said, “We are rappers that have these songs coming from our minds and our souls that are relevant to what we feel.”]

Isn’t it always the same? So-called oppressed people acquire a little bit of power and consequently this enables them to trash others who are in a worse position, and they just go for it completely. And of course, they must embellish their excuse for it – trashing black women is now freedom of one’s soul’s expression – evidently.

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