December 24, 2018
Surprised LeBron, who makes very few mistakes, put this out. Does quoting lyrics from a song absolve the person quoting from the responsibility behind the words? I’d argue no, especially with a following of 45 million. pic.twitter.com/efv9gkXres
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) December 23, 2018
Is this nigger trying to provoke another Holocaust or what?
How dare he?
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James came under fire over the weekend after he posted rap lyrics that included the line “We been getting that Jewish money.”
James was referencing a song by rapper 21 Savage, who had released his new album “I Am > I Was” on Friday. James apologized for the post after the team’s loss to the Memphis Grizzlies on Sunday.
“Apologies, for sure, if I offended anyone. That’s not why I chose to share that lyric. I always [post lyrics]. That’s what I do. I ride in my car, I listen to great music and that was the byproduct of it,” he told ESPN. “So, I actually thought it was a compliment and obviously it wasn’t through the lens of a lot of people. My apologies. It definitely was not the intent, obviously, to hurt anybody.”
lol “I thought it was a compliment” is the most black thing ever to say. I think it’s what Kanye said when he got attacked for saying Jews are rich.
It is such an obvious thing to say, like a little kid pointing out some elephant in the room that adults are trying very hard not to mention.
No one other than white people are able to manage such complicated intellectual gymnastics wherein they are able to understand that it is evil to note that the richest group of people on the planet has money.
Of course, Jews do not want people to discuss the fact that they are the richest people on the planet, because they want to be viewed as an oppressed minority. And it is incredibly difficult to balance a public perception of being both oppressed and for some reason overwhelmingly wealthy (not to mention you also control all of the banks, the news media, the entertainment industry and most of the government).
When people think of “ruling elite,” they do not typically also think of “oppression.”
People also tend to be generally less sympathetic toward elite ruling classes.
Jews are extremely cognizant of their sympathy reserves, as when they hit a low point, really bad things tend to happen to them.
The funny thing is, with all of this shutting down, they no longer have any way to accurately gauge how much sympathy they have. They’ve created a situation where it is either illegal or de facto illegal to publicly criticize them, so now they have a situation of simmering hatred, spreading silently from person to person.
I mean, when you’re to the point that you lose your fucking mind when a black guy notes that you’re rich, and force him to issue a public apology upon threat of being destroyed, you’ve reached overreach levels that shouldn’t even be possible.