JOE HUNDLEY, DJANGO AND
BLACKS SEEM UNITED ON N-WORD USAGE
By Attorney Roy Miller
- We have come a long
way. Who would have ever thought back in the sixties that racists and
black folks would see eye to eye. Both are on the same team and agree
that black babies are N-words. The N-word applies to beasts without a
God, inhuman and worthy of mistreatment. The N-word was never meant to
apply to a human being. Many black adults joyfully look at black youth
and call them N-words. Instead of demanding that the world stops throwing
rocks and hitting our children, we tell our children to pretend that
people are throwing kisses and be happy.
Many blacks could care less
about the hurt and disrespect associated with the toddler recently being
slapped and called the N-word by airline passenger and CEO Joe Hundley.
A black child is like a dog on a chain, canít escape the abuse.
Celebrities, scholars, racists and black parents fight over who has the
right to mistreat the animal the most.
We rushed to see Quintin Tarantinoís movie Django;
even though, it meant hearing the N-word over 100 times. We see no
harm in conditioning our youth to accept that they are N-words. When
will we respect our black children? Change begins with us!"
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(Roy Miller is a legal consultant for Redding Communications,
Inc., parent company to ReddingNewsReview.com. He is an attorney practicing in
Macon, Ga. A primary focus of his practice is on securing safe environments for
young people, automobile accidents and wrongful death cases. Visit his website
www.attorneyroymiller.com. He can also be
reached via email at Attorney Roy Miler at
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