You remember how a few weeks back there was that whole brouhaha from that manic militant midget, Spike Lee—that half-pint angry, privileged, anti-Semitic Holocaust-belittling, anti-white raging racist—who was foaming at the mouth (yet again) about what he felt was film maker Quentin Tarantino’s excessive use of the word ‘nigger’ in his latest movie, “Django?”
As Spike always does, he kept ranting about how the movie brings the slavery episode front and center again. He’s not alone; so many other black men and women in this country, many of them out-and-out racists themselves, continue to play the slavery card at every opportunity—like they’re the only race who has suffered in history, or the only group of people to have slur names for their race.
I came across a quote today from a character in one of Spike Lee’s movies, namely Monty Brogan. Brogan was a character in the 2002 movie, “25th Hour ” and the dialogue written by Spike Lee himself is as follows:
“F*&^ the uptown brothers. They never pass the ball, they don’t want to play defense, they take five steps on every lay-up to the hoop. And then they want to turn around and blame everything on the white man. Slavery ended one hundred and thirty seven years ago. Move the f*%& on!”
Yeah, Spike… take your own advice and move the F on. You certainly seem to recognize the real problem. Too bad Lee doesn’t have the nads to state himself what he knows to be true, and writes for one of his movie characters.