Black Men Sound Off In Response to Mass Defamation

The Defamed

Many black men have spoken out about the disrespect of our recently transitioned brother Kobe Bryant along with his daughter. It is clear these comments were to also disparage their surviving family members. Our team is comprised of men and women who all agree that as journalists, showing basic respect is one of the biggest parts of the job. Given the fact that slander and liable has been toward a deceased Black American man who we coined as “a giant”, should have never been a target for any reporter or interviewer with an active moral compass. The negative commentary was done in poor taste and some with hateful intent. Below you will find some of our most knowledgeable black men speaking up on a number of topics that concern the double standard of how suspected crime to have been committed by black men and known crime to have been done by white men are treated differently, along with the treatment of both groups families that are affected by this double standard we know as systematic racism.

Check-Mate

Let these responses serve as an example of how slanderers and libel spewing individuals will be handled when innocent people are targeted by shameful rhetoric to appease the dominant society at the expense of Black Americans. It will never be acceptable to spread untruths about any of our men, women and especially our history. Any attempts to demean us will be corrected just as these good men and women have. To them we say Ashe and many blessings. See their commentary below:

Zo Williams

“Gayle King and Oprah Winfrey are feeding off of our dysfunction to create a new narrative”.

Watch how Zo gives an in-depth examination of the double standards of how violence of any kind is handled in America with references to CDC data and other notable resources.

Tariq Nasheed

As usual our brother is alert and on point with the subject were discussing. He also highlights the slight made by Nicki Minaj in her recent release about Civil Rights icon, legend and ancestor Rosa Parks. Salute Tariq.

Black Authority

The Black Authority gives us his breakdown of the racist remark made by currently employed reporter and the result of insulting Black Americans by using the death of Kobe Bryant as a proxy. This was an earlier show that preceded all the others posted as it is dated February 1, 2020. A new show posted February 8th addresses Gayle’s interview with Lisa Leslie. It is worthy of your attention.

Professor Black Truth

“Gayle Skank tried to slander Kobe Bryant and she’s the one who’s been scandalized now. So why did she try this? Because the white men who run the media are desperate to use their media to distract attention from themselves and mislead people to talk about black men instead. “

The professor gives an analysis of the aftermath of the moral mistakes of Gayle King.

Antonio Moore

“Gayle King and Oprah Winfrey are expressions of the limitations of black folk in America”.

Antonio points out very interesting facts about events before this interview and after.

Brother Rizza Islam

“[Gayle King and Oprah Winfrey] are bought and paid for.”

Brother Rizza gives a brief on his thoughts of the event.

The African Diaspora News Channel

Phillip Scott also offers a great perspective on the recent interview between Gayle King and Lisa Leslie. Visit his YouTube Channel and support his Patreon page.

Fierce Backup

Last but never least, let take look at other black women who have contributed to protecting our people against libel and slander. For one, Monique has given fair warning about the source of most of the negative media geared toward Black American men. See the most recent and past below.

Boyce Watkins

Monique’s Open Letter Read and Explained by Dr. Boyce Watkins

Comedy Hype

Monique explains what happened between herself and Oprah. The video is dated 10 months earlier.

Sudden Honor

Last week, a white female called the L.A. Lakers the “L.A. Niggers” before our brother Kobe’s body or anyone else that was involved in the helicopter crash remains became cold. She will not be allowed to be forgotten. Be aware of white supremacy using Gayle and or Gayle allowing herself to be used to make the black public forget this other reporters despicable actions. Both have become problematic for Black American people. Expect more characters to show who they work for from here on out. One’s who have already revealed what they are will be currently behaving contrary to their past actions. Either way a distraction is a distraction. One who has no honor doesn’t suddenly get it over night, not without a bag.

For more commentary follow us on Instagram at handle h_reeepoort. Uncle Snoop as you already know has been vocal about this and offered further explanation on The Ricky Smiley Show. We’ve re-posted the clip on our account with many others to give our audience a look at what is being said before and after this very eventful interview with WNBA star Lisa Leslie. We humbly thank her for her poise. Our dignity is not for sale, be it sold by a white or black body.

Sandra Bland

During this event, please take notice that February 7th marks the 33rd birthday of our Queen Sandra Bland who was murdered by the police. We must take in consideration that her memory was riddled with untruths, slander and libel until footage was released showing the suspected race soldier assaulting her and illegally taking her into custody which ultimately to led to her death. Sandra was vocal about the murdering of black men on her You Tube Channel called Sandy Speaks and was labeled an extremist because of it. She notes on the below video that Carter G. Woodson established Black History Week on her birthday and asked that this video be shared back in 2015 that was also made on her birthday. Shout out to our loyal follower on IG j.lilly941 for the reminder to always remember this charming young woman.

Sandy Speaks

*Note: There has been a bug where the audio and video become scrambled and muffled on black media channels. Don’t stop watching just let the creator know of the glitch. Another distraction…

The 4 D’s

We end this article with our ancestor because it is clear the more our community defends itself especially our men, we automatically bear the danger of becoming a target of the powers that be. Our families become targets. Our names are smeared, trolls and the real bots surveil our accounts, we are shadow banned and the 4 D’s are applied. We are dismissed, demonized, discredited and destroyed before we can make it to the court house, and in many cases just to lead honest lives that is supposed to be afforded to us by being citizens of the United States. This series of events all point to the system of white supremacy that must be confronted and will be until it is understood that the slander and abuse of Black Americans will not be tolerated on any level. Ashe.

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Boukman’s Prayer

The god who created the earth; who created the sun that gives us light. The god who holds up the ocean; who makes the thunder roar. Our God who has ears to hear. You who are hidden in the clouds; who watch us from where you are. You see all that the white has made us suffer. The white man’s god asks him to commit crimes. But the god within us wants to do good. Our god, who is so good, so just, He orders us to revenge our wrongs. It’s He who will direct our arms and bring us the victory. It’s He who will assist us. We all should throw away the image of the white men’s god who is so pitiless. Listen to the voice for liberty that speaks in all our hearts.


Houngan Boukman Dutty

2 Comments

  1. H-Report, your analysis and summation of the African community’s outrage is wonderful! Thank you. Can you put a Facebook and Twitter link on your page to make it easier to spread your message?

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