The Brutal and BRILLIANT Honesty of Dave Chappelle, Baltimore Surveillance, and the Black Summer Show
Surely the majority of you have seen the new Dave Chappelle comedy special "Sticks and Stones" already. It's more than comedic gold. Dave's performance was platinum encrusted with 24-carat diamonds. The way he put the spotlight on the LGBT community and how they've hijacked the attention of society (as they shame anyone who calls them out on their bullshit) was incredible. Also, I really appreciated how Dave exposed the hypocrisy of the well-manufactured opioid crisis and how the U.S. government and law enforcement is treating heroin dealers and users with kid gloves, while the Black (Native) community had to endure unjust mass incarceration during the crack epidemic. Many so-called critics have bashed Dave for his brutal honesty during his magnum opus. In reality, the "vitriol" and hate that they're spewing is evidence that Dave hit the nail on the head in reference to society's ills. Hopefully Dave can keep the ball rolling and ruffle even more feathers along the way.
Meanwhile in Baltimore (MD), Governor Larry Hogan has pledged to donate approximately $21 million dollars to fight crime in the city via video surveillance. The funny thing about this action here (besides the fact that the money will surely be misappropriated and misused) is that Baltimore is already flooded with surveillance cameras in the Black (Native) neighborhoods. They work so well that the crime/murder rate in Baltimore is still the same if not higher despite all the cameras. Amazingly, the majority of these crimes are never solved, even though Big Brother is recording everything on every corner. Everybody knows who really behind all the murders in Baltimore. Here's a hint, it's not the Black Boogieman that they constantly fear and rave about. Nevertheless, Governor Hogan will toss tax payers money into the wind once again in order to placate his constituents and the corrupt and well-paid cronies on Capitol Hill.
I just got finished watching the first season of the new zombie series "Black Summer." It looked interesting enough. There were plenty of scary moments. The plot was cookie-cutter and cliche, but each episode had a lot of twists and turns. Unlike the "Walking Dead", this show was fast-paced. All of the zombies were track stars so that made it a lot harder for the main characters to escape certain jams. The PTB's are doing a great job telegraphing the REAL upcoming zombie apocalypse. The million dollars question is when they're going to infect Patient Zero and let him or her out into the public in order to get the party started. I'm sure that will happen shortly after the Chinese and Russians officially "commandeer" the U.S. Well folks, I gotta roll. Until next time, stay safe and vigilant out there!