Posts Tagged ‘samuel l jackson’

Re-visiting 2015 When President Barack Obama Used the N- word

Monday, January 4th, 2016

by H.Lewis Smith

Early last summer during a WTF podcast interview by Marc Maron, to illustrate a point he was making about racism, President Obama dropped the incendiary n-word (n**ger). As a result of the Charleston church killings, Obama was compelled to address the issue of racism; unfortunately, a maelstrom over his use of the n-word ensued overshadowing anything he had to say about racial matters. It’s most unfortunate… Continue reading

Black Americans Betray Forefathers with use of the N-word

Saturday, March 2nd, 2013

by H. Lewis Smith

 

Samuel L. Jackson is a Judas to the memory of his ancestors and his actions should be unacceptable by any self-respecting Black/African American.

When Samuel L. Jackson sat down with film critic Jake Hamilton to discuss Quentin Tarantino’s Django Unchained , Hamilton had a question that… Continue reading

Django Unchained…We Have a Truth Problem

Wednesday, January 9th, 2013

by H. Lewis Smith

Though the controversial film, Django Unchained, can stand on its own merits of uniquely presenting the era of slave history, it has a common bond with other films of similar ilk in that they all conveniently sanitize a portion of slave history as it so suits White America.

One thing… Continue reading

Samuel L. Jackson Surrenders to the N-word and Accepts His Designated ‘Place’

Tuesday, February 21st, 2012

by H. Lewis Smith

 

Samuel L. Jackson

Actor Samuel L. Jackson was recently interviewed by Ebony Magazine writer Kevin Powell. As reported in the “Entertainment Cultural/ Celebrities” section of the February issue, Mr. Jackson—who voted for Obama, was asked about his present thoughts on the President. He responded as follows… Continue reading