A bourgeois activist. Yeah, right. Where do people like these pea-brained "rappers" get this radical left wing rhetoric?
Pass the popcorn.
Don’t let me stop him from bashing spike, however I highly doubt that most men of the 1800’s were using ni#@%r like todays people use “you know”
Spike Lee never made a good film, so he criticizes anyone who does.
Remember when Steven Spielberg made “The Color Purple”, he was all up in arms that a white man dared to make a movie about black people.
He’s just an anti-white racist.
He cannot make a decent film himself, so angrily lashes out at anyone who can.
Campbell makes some good points. The “N-word” was indeed a part of everyday language, and I’d imagine in the antebellum South, it was likely used pretty frequently.
And yes, Tarantino is a better filmmaker. Spike Lee could never have pulled off a film like “Django Unchained” (which is actually pretty darn good.....I found it better than “Inglorious Basterds”).
It seems that the entire AA community has assumed the role of House Slave in the Democrat mansion.
If they serve their masters the votes they desire, they are taken care of and promised security and an easy life in exchange for giving up notions of being truly free and independent people.
Should have added “Cornball Brother” to his rant just for good measure.
There’s always some entertainment value to hearing anyone go off on a pretentious ass like Spike Lee but keep in mind that Campbell’s claim to fame was the “Me So Horny” song that got George Bush I flustered. Not sure why he’s being held up as worthy of an article.
‘Guess Lee never read Huckleberry Finn.
How can we help nurture this wonderful internecine warfare progress to the next several levels?