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Twitter Digests Courtland Milloy’s Bitter Truth

Just before midnight, Washingtonians worked their “re-tweet” magic on Twitter and the “share” button on Facebook, expressing outrage over the latest Courtland Milloy op-ed in the Washington Post, in which Milloy animatedly breaks down what was wrong with the Fenty administration. Milloy’s non-spoon fed, non-sugar coated attitude is indeed not for the naïve or timid at heart when it comes to discussing the elephant in the room in the District's politics: race and class. It's a “fuck you and good riddance” to Adrian Fenty, Peter Nickles, and Michelle Rhee.

To some, it came across as very divisive, and unhelpful to the healing effort to unite the city. But was it meant to be a divisive piece? Or was he just stating a harsh reality, a truth that hurts because the city’s would-be savior—armed with his Blackberries, personal business cards, and flanked with his partners in crime (pun not really intended)—failed us, and that's is a tough cookie to swallow?

While airing out some of Fenty’s offenses—snubbing respected figures Dr. Dorothy Height and Maya Angelou, closing shelters, and firing city employees—Milloy gets sarcastic by calling Fenty supporters the “creative class” of “myopic little twits” that occupy chic new eateries and take to social media networks to defend their guy and his sidekicks. Perhaps the real kick to the gut was Milloy mocking the “world class system” headed by Rhee that, in Milloy's telling, might only succeed by excluding low-income black families pushed out of the city by gentrification. He also suggests that Fenty’s administration had all the makings of a Fascist enterprise, with its eerie similarity to “the old antebellum system of control, which featured a chairman for public works, which is what Fenty was, in essence; a chairman with expertise in legal maneuverings, Nickles; and a chairman for education and welfare issues, Rhee."

As if to prove Milloy's point about social media, angry citizens took to Twitter to air their grievances about Milloy.

@bogrosemary: "@grayformayor: “please 'refudiate' this divisive screed.”

@kateddc: “this encourages that divisiveness instead of thoughtful discourse & solutions. I expect more from the Post.”

This morning, Councilmember Tommy Wells took to his twitter to express his thoughts on Milloy’s piece:

@TommyWells: “Courtland Milloy’s column should be read and re-read. While raw, it’s a window on DC.”

Ok, so Milloy does not offer any solutions to a problem that has been throbbing in this city for years, but what if this was not meant to heal? What if this was an “in your face” column, aimed at precisely those staunch Fenty supporters who were just as perplexed about Fenty’s loss as he was? After all, not 24 hours after the primary, tweets from Milloy’s twits were just as sarcastic and rude as before, practically proving his point.

@1br4r14n: “I guess the key to loosing an election is to lower crime, and build new parks and rec centers.”

@1chicklette: “I’m still stunned Fenty lost. #dcvote I mean, Marion Berry was able to get reelected.”

@rachel1029: "@thatgirl405 Have you seen the difference between #voteDC and #DCvote heard it was a racially segregated even on twittuh hashtags."

Whatever Milloy’s intent, the streets are talking. Even if they're using social media to do it.

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  1. #1

    I too thought that Milloy was attempting to lay a foundation of dialogue by being so intentionally, cathartically vicious and exhorting folks to "air out those wounds!" Let's see what he does, though, to put the pieces of china together that broke when he exploded his bombshell.

  2. #2

    Thought his column was fine except for the broad swipes at social media folks. Believe it or not, many of those tweeting are just as passionated and informed as any in the city. The problem may not be with bloggers but with all the new residents who don't give a shit about local politics at all or who demonize the ones that have been around the city for years. Not every resident over 50 is the enemy--something Fenty and Rhee seemed to not get.

  3. #3

    It was a terribly written column by a man who has no answers to why the black community is failing other than blaming people who actually pay taxes.

  4. #4

    Amen, Jason! And, of all people to take note of this it should be Tommy Wells. You can't play both sides of the fence my friend! If Kelvin Robinson's campaign had started earlier it would've been much more than 25% of the Ward 6 vote asking for change. While I love the Hill as much as the next person, there's much more to the Ward than it.

  5. #5

    Dear White Folk,
    You have prob not lived in DC long enough to understand that race and class will always be brought up in the DC politics. I know its hard for the privileged yuppies to understand this, but welcome to reality of folk of color. They, too have a voice, and it was louder than ever on Tues. Now, please try harder to unite with the poor folk of color on all issues instead of disassociating yourselves. This is more their city than yours. 10 yrs ago, you probably would have never even step into this place

    Thanks.

  6. #6

    Milloy has a LOT of hate. I won't try to understand where it comes from. But just imagine if this article was the other way around (ie insert 'white' where 'black' is) and what are the chances it gets published?

    It seemed like the ramblings of a crazed, racist, lunatic. Whether people agree with him is irrelevant- it just makes them crazed, racist lunatics. It reminds me a lot of some of the things Rush or Glenn Beck say, but I expect better than that from the Post.

  7. #7

    More their city than yours? Geez, than is the USA more white peoples than yours? Coco is part of the problem.

  8. #8

    As I noted elsewhere, my friend Toppington von Monocle and I were aghast at this article, and the veritable cornucopia of vitriolic hatred. We nearly choked on our chocolate latte's served at Uppington's Golden Coffee. I almost damaged my mink lined portfolio as reached for my special platinum coated iPad to tweet about it.

    I say sir, poor form! Poor form indeed. I have not seen such poor form since the 2008 Yale vs Harvard polo match!

  9. #9

    Interesting spin

  10. #10

    Absolutely, laws and practices put into place throughout history to disenfranchise people of color have made a clear concise difference between people within the US. Even today, practices put in place in Arizona and other states are another form of this.. but that's a whole other conversation.
    The truth is that when race and class is brought up in DC, this happens.Instead of manning up and realizing that this is an issue that needs to be dealt with across wards, white folk, put their tail between their legs and stay in their wards. Its not until, these people come out in throngs to vote that they realize that the live in "Chocolate City." Milloy, just put into words what people of color feel, and it stings to hear. The Truth hurts, and the reality is that if you want real change people of color, esp, in this city, need to be included.

  11. #11

    Milloy's column was basically inflammatory garbage. It's time for him and his thinly-veiled racist attitudes to retire from the Post.

  12. #12

    Fenty lost because we are sick of all these white people thinking they can come in and buy our houses and start taking over our neighborhoods. It's not fun watching all these yuppies with their fancy jobs, ipods, and new houses, people are pissed. Where's mine? Why don't I get a fancy job? Why didn't my street get a street car? Don't ignore the SISTAS!!!

  13. #13

    Coco,

    What you fail to understand is that people of color are the ones who must change. They need to stop accepting low quality schools by getting involved PERSONALLY with their schools and devoting the time and energy it takes to hold teachers and administrators feet to the fire and educate the kids. They need to get off welfare and public housing stop thinking that "the government" owes them something. They need to hold their children and community to high standards of conduct and not accept the ridiculous thug mentality as "normal".

    After decades of failure to improve, people of color need to understand they have help themselves and quit playing the race card when they sputter and whine about how things aren't improving. People of color have controlled the levers of local government and have proven no more successful in raising the quality of life in DC than when white people ran things.

  14. #14

    Sigh... This pretty perfectly summarizes the impossible divide in DC politics -- Those that are successful, buy and renovate houses, demand a certain kind of government, must somehow have victimized others in the process as if success is zero sum. It is not created it is taken or at least handed out by the government.

    The formula for success is the same for everyone - get a good education and work hard. Some are lucky and are either born into it or luck into it. Not most of us - black or white. So, quit blaming others for your own shortcomings and quit expecting government to provide it or take it from someone else.

    I got out of DC a few years ago primarily because I was priced out of the place. White folks "took" my neighborhood from this white person and now live in a city that is just as economically diverse as DC, but mostly white. It is amazing how the conversation changes when folks aren't hung up on race as an excuse.

  15. #15

    TDCBS,
    yes, your right people of color should pull themselves up from their bootstraps and be all that they can be in this oh so fine country of ours. I wish, it was that easy. How I wish. Change with in all communities are needed. Our communities do need change but that is not something you do not have any understanding of so please do not disrespect, or minimize these communities. In regards to the control of the local government by people of color. It looks like it has been really out of our hands for about 12 yrs. Anthony Williams and Fenty were both influential in that. With that said, I do think that, Williams had a better understanding of the racial divide that is so inherent in DC and was able to bridge the gap. What Fenty has done, is widen it. What Milloy says, is still the truth, I stand by it, and believe what I have already said. The truth hurts.

  16. #16

    Coco,

    Could it be that folks expectations of what the DC government should be is out of whack with the reality of what government is actually able and should provide?

    If Williams and Fenty represent government out of the hands of black folk, what did represent this ideal you seek? Barry? Or, do people imagine DC government to be some yet unrealized ideal that hands wealth and prosperity to all who want it?

  17. #17

    First, Yes, I think it would be nice to not look at race Phornt but it is engrained in our country laws, our ways of lives and it is, as you may know, a huge part of DC history. So Unfortunately, here, it cannot be ignored.

    Williams, was a huge proponent of helping people east of the river, so let me be clear, in saying that I don't think that he took the gov't out of the hands of black folk and never said that.
    I do think that the gov't has the ability to provide simple necessities for people of color that have been lost in the last few yrs. Ward 8 has double digit employment rates, kids at anacostia hs are getting their school remodeled while they stay there and endure asbestos, noise, and other issues while kids at wilson get a whole new building while there school is remodeled. It is these differences and these issues I see. Yes, some people white and black have unrealistic ideas of what governments should be but when it comes to simple social service and education people, all people deserve the same respect.

  18. #18

    I don't think anyone will disagree with the fact that all communities in this city need change, need improvement, need safety, need a government that works for them.

    A serious problem comes when people--both white and black--generalize about one another. I am a young, white resident of DC. I have an ipod and I use Twitter. But I am by no means rich. I don't want to push poor black people out of the city so I can eat at 'chic' restaurants. By the same token, not all black residents of DC want Marion Barry to keep incompetent people in government jobs that don't get anything done.

    We can't blame people for the situations they were born into, or worked their way into. We can blame people who don't work for their communities, who don't demand the safest streets, the best schools, the most responsive government. White, black, poor, rich, young old, twitter users, bloggers, community activists, churchgoers, all of us need to stay involved and work for the best of DC.

    I'm sure Courtland Milloy represents a portion of DC angry at the last 4 years of Fenty and the 8 years of Williams. That anger is ok. But that can't be all there is. There must be constructive solutions to the problems of this city. I voted for Fenty because he accomplished a lot. But I am hopeful for Gray to heal some wounds and I am committed to supporting his efforts to do so. I encourage everyone else to do the same.

  19. #19

    That is all very reasonable, but you began by writing that this is "more their city than yours." Imagine is someone wrote that about black folks moving into Bethesda?

    Then you write that white people need to realize that they "live in a chocolate city." Again, imagine if a white person wrote that black people in Bethesda need to realize that this city belongs to white folks, so you better quit complaining.

    The real problem though is that the black community in DC is FAR more race-obseesed tha

  20. #20

    coco: On the latter part, I partially agree. However, it is fair to note that the "new building" was close to the remodeled school, due to it being part of UDC up in 3. There isn't a similar situation in 8 (had Williams been able to move UDC, the reverse would be true now). So you're talking a half hour or more multi-bus trip, one way depending on traffic. Unless you know of an available city owned building functional as a school in the area.

    On the former...the issue is bigger than DC. Between technology and offshoring, the market for lower skilled labor is getting killed. Take a drive through the (formerly) industrial Midwest, which has had similar levels of unemployment killing it for a decade. Hell, Detroit and Flint may as well just close up. Toledo loses the jeep plant and it can join them.

    What's the city supposed to do? Hire people directly to uh...something?

  21. #21

    uploaded too soon... than the white community. All politics is local. If my neighborhood school is falling apart I'm going to fight an uphill battle with the bureaucracy to fix it, not rant that it is part of a black conspiracy against white folks. If I can't get anything done, I'm going to try to through out that politician (i.e. Barry)not because he is black or because he seems to "favor" certain communities, but because he is a lousy leader who is ruining the city.

    One could very reasonably have said that Fenty favored certain initiatives or constituencies over others. That is part of all politics. Anyone who hailed Gray as providing needed change is perfectly entitled to do so whether I agree or not. But, the invective unleashed by Milloy and others here is a level of resentment, hostility, and racism far far beyond the bounds of regular politics or civil disagreement.

  22. #22

    "After all, not 24 hours after the primary, tweets from Milloy’s twits were just as sarcastic and rude as before, practically proving his point."

    None of the tweets you provided were really rude, definitely none as rude as calling people myopic little twits.

  23. #23

    uh, yeah. These are the rude and saracastic tweets that justify Milloy's rant --

    @1br4r14n: “I guess the key to loosing an election is to lower crime, and build new parks and rec centers.”

    @1chicklette: “I’m still stunned Fenty lost. #dcvote I mean, Marion Berry was able to get reelected.”

    @rachel1029: "@thatgirl405 Have you seen the difference between #voteDC and #DCvote heard it was a racially segregated even on twittuh hashtags."

  24. #24

    "Or was he just stating a harsh reality"

    Like when he implied that black people don't use computers?

  25. #25

    He is just an angry man

  26. #26

    I don't think that anyone has a problem with white people coming here, but they better learn how to co-exist. for instance getting on a bus looking down their noses at an elderly black woman because she asked to sit in a seat that is priority seating. The seat is for her by law, ok.

  27. #27

    Let's dissect this 'myopic little twit" insult. I'm actually stunned this made it past the Post's editing "process" -

    The definition of mypoic is short-sighted or lacking tolerance or understanding (Pot meet kettle)

    "little" - in what way?

    "twits" - mentally deficient people.

    Ouch.

  28. #28

    @Phornt-SEE WE RECOGNIZE BETHESDA IS FOR AND ABOUT WHITE FOLK. THAT IS WHY YOU DONT SEE A BLACK INFLUENCE, INFLUX OR INVITE THERE. WE KNOW OUR BOUNDERIES DUE TO STEREOTYPING AND OHER RACIAL PROFILING TECNIQUES THAT ARE USED AGAINST US UP THAT WAY.

    I WOULD BE INTERESTED IN SEEING IF IKE LEGGETT WINS REELECTION! SEE IF THE “PUT BLACKS IN CHARGE BECAUSE THEY KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO GO THROW HARD TIMES” MANTRA HOLDS TRUE THROUGH THE NEXT ELECTION CYCLE. MY MONEY IS ON WHITE FOLK WILL START TO TAP INTO THEIR INNER TEA PARTY.

    **********************************************************

    WHAT KILLS ME IS WHITE FOLK KEEP TALKING THAT "BLACK FOLK MUST GET OFF WELFARE SHIT" THERE ARE MORE WHITES GETTING ASSISTANCE FROM STATE AND FED GOVT THAN BLACK FOLK. THE BLACK FOLK THAT LIVE IN PUBLIC HOUSING ARE SUBSTANTIALLY AND DRAMATICALLY LESS THAN BLACK FOLK WHO OWN THEIR OWN HOMES AND RENT IN THE DISTRICT.

    WHITE FOLK KEEP PRETENDING LIKE THIS WAS AN EVEN PLAYING FIELD AND THAT WE STARTED FROM THE SAME STARTING POINT. WE HAVE ALWAYS BEEN PLAYING CATCH UP! WE HAVE ARGUABLY HAD TWO TO THREE MAJOR SETBACKS AS A PEOPLE IN THE LAST 50 YRS WHEN IT’S BEEN PRETTY MUCH SMOOTH SAILING FOR WHITE FOLK.

    SEE YOUNG WHITE FOLK DON’T REALIZE THAT ONE OF THE EARLY LEADERS OF W.D.C WHEN DC WAS GRANTED HOME RULE WAS A WHITE WASHINGTONIAN-DAVID CLARKE. HE WAS COUNCIL CHAIR TWICE AND DURING HIS TENURE AS CHAIR W.D.C WAS NOT IN THE BEST OF SHAPE FINANCIALLY. SO ENOUGH OF THIS WHITE FOLK CAN DO BETTER SHIT!

    MR. MILLOY MAY NOT HAVE ARTICULATED IT PROPER ENOUGH FOR ALL YOU WHITE FOLK BUT HE WAS DEAD ON WITH HIS ANALYSIS. HE CALLED ALL YALL ASSES OUT WHO WAS IN THE BED WITH FENTY, RHEE AND NICKLES. THOSE CLOWNS WILL GO DOWN AS THE MOST CORRUPT, INEPT AND DOWN RIGHT FAILED ADMINISTRATION IN DC HISTORY WHEN THE SMOKE CLEARS. SHIT-YOU EVEN HAD SHARON PRATT RAILING AGAINST THEM.

    THE BOTTOM LINE IS THIS! YALL MUTHA FUCKAS BETTA CHECK YOUR SURRONDINGS AND UNDERSTAND WHERE YOU ARE IF NOT MOVE YOUR ASS TO MOCO. THERE IS MORE TO DC THAN U ST, CAP HILL, DUPONT AND ADAMS MORGAN. ALSO, DOGS ARENT HUMAN AND SHOULD NOT BE TREATED AS SUCH. OVER A QUARTER MIL FOR AN AREA FOR THEM TO SHIT AND PISS? WOW! I JUST CAN’T GET OVER THAT SHIT WHEN FOLK ARE OUT HERE STARVING, HOMELESS AND UNEMPLOYED!

    ONE CITY!

  29. #29

    Nice whine, noodlez. I didn't think you were pro-segregation, you must have been pretty pumped about Glen Beck taking over the Linc memorial to commemorate MLK's speech! What do you think Gray should do about all the brown people in DC? Oh, they've got Hyattsville, right.

    You're right the non-U/Cap Hill/Dupont/etc parts of the city were neglected under Fenty. An excellent reason (among many) to vote him out. But you don't seem to realize that if you make parts of the city nicer, people are going to want to move there. Well (or better) off white people, asians, yeah even black folk whose parents didn't "keep it real" and left for MoCo/PG. And wow, doesn't it suck that they get to vote too?

    If your idea of Chocolate City paradise is a city only for poor black people, go ahead and make DC a dump for dippers. That will teach those carpetbagging Salvadorans.

  30. #30

    NOT PRO-SEGREGATION. PRO-EQUALITY!!

    PLEASE EXPLAIN TO ME WHERE I MENTIONED OR HINTED THAT "If your idea of Chocolate City paradise is a city only for poor black people, go ahead and make DC a dump for dippers. That will teach those carpetbagging Salvadorans."

    MR MILLOY WAS RIGHT IS THE POINT I WAS ATTEMPTING TO MAKE IN MY RANT. AND IT IS SHOWING IN THE TONE OF YOUR COMMENT. IT'S OKAY YOU JUST NEED TO MAN UP AND FACE THE FACT THAT YOU WANTED FENTY TO WIN BECAUSE HE IS HALF WHITE AND HIS ADMINISTRATION LOOKED LIKE A BENETTON AD.

    BY THE WAY I WAS POPPIN' VEINS ABOUT THAT BECK SITUATION!!!

    WITH RESPECT TO ILLEGALS RUN BACKGROUND CHECK IF NO FELONIES PUT THEIR ASS ON FAST TRACK TO BEING NATIONALIZED, PAYING TAXES AND BEING ACCOUNTABLE! THEY HAVE MOUNT PLEASANT AND COLUMBIA HEIGHT. OTHER THAN THAT SEND THEIR ASSES BACK WITH NO LAY OVERS!

  31. #31

    I am white and I didn't find it offensive at all. But maybe this is because I was also pushed aside by the Fenty administration. I did feel like the government was run by a dictatorship. In a representative democracy, we elect our leaders and they remain answerable to us. It was wrong and undemocratic for Rhee, Nickles and Fenty to decide they knew better than anyone else what was good for them.

  32. #32

    My spouse and I are black, employed in private industry, live in a ward 5 apt and we are a high income household although we don't choose a "conspicuous consumption" lifestyle. We truly were disgusted by Fenty's ageism, classism, and other "isms" that were harmful to many citizens. People, get over it. We have a huge base of tax-paying black people who were sick of Fenty and his shallow intellect, arrogance, and use of Michelle rhea to gain national attention. He absolutely had no clue how to be a big city mayor. His own ward rejected him soundly.

    Milloy said, air it out, in other words, release your hostility and anger, so we can move on. I don't believe he meant to say social networking is a bad thing. He said myopia is a bad thing. I agree.

  33. #33

    Greg you ignorant racist hillbilly.

    This is not a black or white issue. If you show contempt for those you serve--you are not a true public servant. Mayor is not king--it is a post held with the endowment and good will of the people.

    But the rhetoric around this issue a step back in time. Jonetta Rose Barras today came out with an article pratically calling white people, shiny beautiful people who revel in the sun and a hill, and black peope are welfare cases singing on the bottem drinking hennessy and eating chitlins.

    The conversation at present is a disgrace. Disparate impact was the reason for Fenty's demise--and in the face of how he doled out resources, and set his priorities it affeted people differently. Did it affect people along racial lines yes, was it racist--not sure.

    DC Government is not organized enough to be a conspiracy. ~ Mayor Anthony Williams.

    And by the way who went to Harvard--as new residents seem to now be painting current mostly black residents with a wide ugly racial brush.

    Adrian Fenty--used racial talking points with "Barry Days" he ought to come set the record straigth.

    He grow up in these black affluent neighborhoods, of highly educated, highly productive, accomplished and proud African Americans. He wanted to respresent a group he saw was exemplorary. Only in Washington DC could this be so--because of its rich history.

    He should repudiate the statements made on his behalf. Although I was not happy with his administration---this is not him. I knew Adrian. He was community centric and as a proud father of three kids who are African American.

    These remarks label us all--you included Greg.

  34. #34

    There's a reason Fenty lost the election. He didn't get enough votes.

    I think the voters made the correct choice. When his reply to the question "What would you have done differenly" was that he wouldn't change a thing makes it very plain to me that he is the wrong person to be running the city. I mean, could we expect another Fenty administration to keep giving Ron Moten a million dollars a year?

  35. #35

    "Milloy said, air it out, in other words, release your hostility and anger, so we can move on."

    He did nothing of the sort. He's not encouraging people to release their hostility. He's telling them to embrace it and to wallow in it. He has no solutions for the city. His own personal solution was to abandon it. Good riddance.

    And a peremptory good riddance to the Post, which will continue its downward spiral into irrelevance as it continues to publish junk like this.

  36. #36

    Seems like some nonblacks have no problem issuing policy prescriptions for blacks but can't stand it when someone challenges their "we know what's best for you" worldview.

  37. #37

    Mr. Milloy's article was right on point. Truth be told, Fenty and company took credit for far to many things that were in motion prior to him becoming mayor. He claims to have hired the best people for jobs. What a joke. You have a individual was an assistant teacher for three years and has passed type certification exam, never ran a school, changed the criteria for chief education officer because she didn't have the credentials. You need to take a good look at the so-called improvements at schools like Anacostia SHS were student recently graduated without completing course work and hours of community service. Parents and guardian have retained attorneys to represent their children due to Ms. Rhee poor personnel choices and total lack of knowledge regarding issues surrounding special education. Here's to Fenty best!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  38. #38

    As I read these posts, I am reminded of some of the venomous comments made during the sixties when integration was forcefully implemented.

    This is truly SAD!! What are we doing people?

    If Fenty thinks that he has done nothing wrong...then he is in serious denial. I challenge anyone to look at the hurt, pain and anger reflected in these comments and say that FENTY DID NOTHING WRONG.

    That statement reflects his insensitivity, his lack of compassion, his total lack of understanding and his continued arrogance. It shows how insincere his promise to change was. How can you change something when you can't even see it? Can't comprehend it? Can't assess the impact of your actions?

    Those of us who supported Fenty's election the last time, where sorely dissappointed in his "uneven" distribution of resources. Many of us had the naivete to think that his bi-racial heritage would give him more of a sense of fairness proved to be very incorrect. Just the opposite. It is as if only one of his parents existed in his life. Go figure.

    I pray that we can heal and stop fighting each other; but first...there must be some recognition of the problem and some understanding of the impact. For those of you who are new to this city and spewing hatred, I would strongly suggest that you sit back and learn before adding your two-cents in a discussion that you have no real knowledge of. Listen and learn...then speak.

  39. #39

    Has anyone ever considered that Fenty came up woefully short simply because he ran an awful campaign? The guy didn't even win his own precinct, never mind his own ward. If his neighbors, the ones he's represented since being elected councilman, won't support him, that says more about his failings/shortcomings than the racial/class divide of the city.

  40. #40

    The better man won, GET OVER IT!

  41. #41

    Thank you NOODLEZ for handling that lil' bit of bizness, because I was about to "tap" dat head in good ol' DC fashion!!

    Phornt, you are a joke!!! If you think for 1 minute YTz would tolerate BLACKflight to bethesda or any other white digzz, you are sadly mistaken and you know better!

    Typical WHITE cowardice, thinking you can lean on the sistas' (coco) when the sistas don't STAND for us, but WE (brothas) are here and ain't going nowhere!

    Milloy was right and until these lily whitefolk and their appeasers realize their SHIT does stink, they will continue to experience and be the target of these sorts of heartfelt, passionate truths that cut at the core of their imaginary UTOPIC existence!

    DUMBASSEZ!

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