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Sep 17th

The Black KKK plays ball (Part 1 of 2)

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By Ryan T. Scott

I should have known that after a side-dish article about professional eating, that some steak would have to get served up next. Everybody get your knife and fork ready because this ain't for the birds; though if you agree with what is written, then I humbly ask that you regurgitate the thoughts of this article throughout the hood.
Pictured: Sean Taylor's funeral

I should have known that after a side-dish article about professional eating, that some steak would have to get served up next. Everybody get your knife and fork ready because this ain't for the birds; though if you agree with what is written, then I humbly ask that you regurgitate the thoughts of this article throughout the hood.

I don't know if Jason Whitlock, writer for the Kansas City Star, coined the phrase himself, but it is about the best phrase to describe the continuous heartbreak from Black men killing Black everybody. Whitlock wrote an article using the term "The Black KKK," in reference to the young Black men that shamefully killed Washington Redskins football player Sean Taylor. I am not a fan of putting our Black family business "out in the street," but we must use prominent media for positive stimulus just as those who want to see us terrorize our own people use major cable for shows like "Beef." If prominent media didn't include the internet these days, I don't think Whitlock's message would have seen the light of any monitor, screen or newspaper. Take advantage.

Last week the Black KKK claimed the life of Sean Taylor, a young man whom by many accounts from close friends and teammates had changed his life following the birth of his child. It is a beautiful thing when this happens. My humble perspective is that when a child is born, the world suddenly seems like a bigger place with better things to offer; and more sincere responsibility.

Thus far, Taylor's killing has been blamed on four young Black men who were supposedly breaking into Taylor's home for a burglary. Other details make the whole thing sound fishy, but I'm not a detective. Taylor's friends say that there was more to it than what is being suggested by law enforcement and the media. One close friend suggested that Taylor was being hunted down for the last three years.

The Black KKK has two types of workers; I call it work, because there is effort involved that could obviously be put towards more genuinely fruitful employment. The type of workers who killed Sean Taylor were "Young, Dumb and Desperate."

On New Years Eve of last year, another ultra talented football player named Darrent Williams had his life taken in a drive-by shooting in downtown Denver. This situation involved the other type of Black KKK worker, the "Hopeless." The Hopeless worker has basically given up on legitimate endeavors and has talked themselves into believing that the negative pathway they have taken is all that is available to them. The truth is that they are lazy and don't want to "do what they have to do, so they can do what they want to do" as referenced in the upcoming movie The Debaters. Oh, and let us not forget the cheerleaders that make the Hopeless feel that they are doing the right thing. Drugs and guns turn on the Black KKKettes, so in turn they have to cheer to keep the workers working. Mama gotta get a fix. Thus, these workers are not only lazy, but they are "suckas" for the wrong kind of love. Add jealousy and envy to the Hopeless, and people start getting killed. Somewhere in this sad story of Sean Taylor's death I smell some jealousy and envy also. Can I get a witness?

All employees of the Black KKK are devoid of the big picture when it comes to our people. They don't seem to recognize that there is a reason that the people around them in the hood have dark skin, big noses and big ole butts just like they do. There is a reason that my no-dancin' behind can still buss a smooth electric slide by accident. There is a reason that people who look like us have a penchant for gold and jewelry. The reason is that we hail from people wh
 

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