Skip to comments.If you disagree w/ Alice Walker about the Z verdict, you’re probably a shapeshifting alien
Posted on 07/23/2013 10:04:29 PM PDT by 2ndDivisionVet
Her words, not mine.
Alice Walker is the author of The Color Purple, The Color Purple, The Color Purple, and probably some other books. She also has some really awesome ideas about science.
But first things first. Last week, Walker wrote about her deliberately factless, emotion-based reaction to the George Zimmerman verdict. It was on the Guardians Comment Is Free blog, because of course it was:
"I deliberately watched none of the Zimmerman trial, just as I have deliberately not read a draft of a new book by Jen Marlowe and others, soon to be published: I Am Troy Davis, about a young black man in Georgia who was, by all indications, innocent of any crime but was put to death recently by the state. News of these deaths, of Troy, of Trayvon, is so painful that I protect myself in this way
Just heard the Zimmerman verdict. It makes me think of the man given the pleasure of assassinating Che Guevara. He was young, and it was his birthday. He was strutting and proud to be offered this work, as Che stood bleeding, weakened and alone, before him.
Fast forward to recently, when the assassin became old and ill and needed surgery and Cuban doctors (who loved Che Guevara) did their best to heal him.
The ache of realization, of what he has done, when it comes for Zimmerman, will be all the punishment he will ever deserve."(continued)
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Let me guess. Though she is intentionally ignorant of the facts of the case that doesn't stop her from rendering an emotion-based opinion about the prime actors in it, TM & GZ.
Anyone who sympathizes with Ernesto Guevara is almost beyond redemption. No feelings for Guevara’s victims, eh Walker?
Here she reviews a book called Human Race Get Off Your Knees: The Lion Sleeps No More, by British lunatic David Icke: Earlier I wrote that David Icke reminded me of Malcolm X. I was thinking especially of Malcolms fearlessness. A fearlessness that made him seem cold, actually, though we know he wasnt really. All that love of us that kept driving him to improve our lot; often into quite the wrong direction, but I need not go into that. What I was remembering was how he called our oppressors blue eyed devils. Now who could that have been? Well, we see them here in David Ickes book as the descendants of the reptilian race that landed on our sweet planet the moment they could get a glimpse of it through the mist that used to cover it (before there was a moon). No kidding. Deep breath! Yes, before there was a moon! (Oh, I love the moon; can I keep it? Please?). Anyway, there they came, these space beings (were space beings too, of course, not to forget that). But they looked . different than us. And they were. They wanted gold and they wanted slaves to mine it for them. Now gosh, who does this remind us of? I only am asking. You do the work. Apparently their own planet needed this metal to continue its, apparently, long life. Credo Mutwa, Zulu shaman and I am on my knees here in gratitude that he held on long enough to tell us about this calls them the Chitauri, which has become my favorite word of all time (well, of this time that Im learning all this): my partner and I go around saying Oh, Chitauri, whenever we get a glimpse of one or two of the Chitauri offspring, aka Illuminati bloodline families and their puppets, on the telly.
Well, she does write fiction...
Voila! Tray is Che! Honestly, if Trayvon Martin was the moral equivalent of Che Guevara, he deserved to be shot.
Alice Walker can kiss my lily white European a$$.
“But the truth was I was very lonely and, with my mother’s knowledge, started having sex at 13. I guess it was a relief for my mother as it meant I was less demanding. And she felt that being sexually active was empowering for me because it meant I was in control of my body.”
“Now I simply cannot understand how she could have been so permissive. I barely want my son to leave the house on a play-date, let alone start sleeping around while barely out of junior school.”
“A good mother is attentive, sets boundaries and makes the world safe for her child. But my mother did none of those things.”—Rebecca Walker, Alice Walker’s daughter.
So tell me why we should get guidance from people like Alice Walker?
I lost brain cells reading that.
I would like to shoot Che on my birth day too.
for all the ease that they forgive a che guevara, they certainly are hard on conservative newswriters who never fired a fatal bullet at any political enemy.
he’s already shot, sorry
“Alice Walker can kiss my lily white European a$$.”
Correction! Your lily-white Reptillian a$$! AKA, the Gorn.
Didn't that big, "tough guy" mass murderer cry like a little girl, begging for his life?
Wasn’t “The Color Purple” a story about Obama and his purple lips?
No, but it was a great description of Alice Walker's prose.
I never knew Alice Walker had a daughter. Thanks for posting. I searched the web and found an article about how Alice treated her daughter. Her daughter Rebecca writes:
“I was 16 when I found a now-famous poem she wrote comparing me to various calamities that struck and impeded the lives of other women writers. Virginia Woolf was mentally ill and the Brontes died prematurely. My mother had me - a ‘delightful distraction’, but a calamity nevertheless. I found that a huge shock and very upsetting.”
Have you noticed when you visit the zoo it’s more interesting to look at the people rather than the animals?
In Zimmermans shoes, or Che’s assassin shoes I would have done it and not lost a wink of sleep.
Some people just need killin.
Great info on Rebecca Walker; thanks for posting.