Saturday, March 16, 2013

Fifty Shades of Oprah, and a call for segregation at CPAC.

That boy Terrence Howard done lost his mind. I know he is supposed to be a big shot actor and all, but you don't go around messing with black royalty like Oprah.

"It appears that billionaire Oprah Winfrey has a sense of humor as large as her bank account. After actor Terrence Howard turned heads earlier this month mentioning Winfrey’s bosom while filming a love scene, the media mogul responded to Howard’s comments in an interview with Steve Harvey.
RELATED: The Strangest Chat With Terrence Howard Reveals His Cure For Cancer & Lust For Oprah

Last week, in an interview with Movie Fanatic on his upcoming film “The Butler,” which is directed by Lee Daniels, Howard said:
“To be able to make out with Oprah, to have love scenes with her and those tig ol’ bitties — she’s such a lovely and voluptuous woman. … She’s very, very, very beautiful, and that was wonderful.”

Keptman...I mean, Stedman is going to get with you boy. Leave that man's money....I mean woman alone.

"In an clip posted Friday morning, Harvey got straight to the point and asked Oprah about Howard’s questionable comments, with Oprah responding:

“It was supposed to be a little scene, and because Terrence Howard misbehaved, it turned into a bigger scene and then a bigger scene,” said Oprah.
Harvey comically interjected to which Winfrey said, “Oh, he’s a misbehaving kind of boy. I saw him on Twitter the other day talking about my breasteses.”
Harvey said he checked Howard on his statements, echoing a sentiment that many found his public adoration of Winfrey a bit inappropriate. After saying Winfrey could buy Howard’s next film, Winfrey said she wasn’t offended as many of her fans may have been.

“I wasn’t…you know what, some people called me saying they were all offended by it. I go, ‘Well, I do have big breasteses,” said Winfrey with a laid-back shrug."

Oprah, you shouldn't be talking like that. You must have been reading "Fifty Shades of Grey with all those white women.

Finally, they have been having fun down at CPAC. Why these republican blacks would even try to have a panel discussion on anything having to do with black folks is beyond me. I mean we are talking about CPAC attendees here.

So anyway, some loser named Scott Terry was looking for his 15 minutes and it looks like he got it.

"NATIONAL HARBOR, Maryland — A panel at the Conservative Political Action Committee on Republican minority outreach exploded into controversy on Friday afternoon, after an audience member defended slavery as good for African-Americans.

The exchange occurred after an audience member from North Carolina, 30-year-old Scott Terry, asked whether Republicans could endorse races remaining separate but equal. After the presenter, K. Carl Smith of Frederick Douglass Republicans, answered by referencing a letter by Frederick Douglass forgiving his former master, the audience member said 'For what? For feeding him and housing him?' Several people in the audience cheered and applauded Terry’s outburst.

After the exchange, Terry muttered under his breath, 'why can’t we just have segregation?'” [Source]

Mr. Terry, when I hear people like you I wonder the same thing.

*Top pic from NewsOne.com








46 comments:

Black Sage said...

I believe that Terry fella is on to something, but he should've went a little further. This time, there should be no strings attached. For example, land that is truly considered land for blacks with their own constitution. No separate but equal promises that never materialize. No Civil Rights Act because there is nothing civil or humane regarding the current one in place. No Emancipation Proclamation to refer to because this time we'll truly be free with our own land. No twisted toupe wearing Donald Trump calling for an increase of European immigrants to prop up the diminishing wingnut conservative base. And we wouldn't have to worry whether or not our own elected president will have a pair of shoes thrown at him.

Oh yeah, this time we could all have a whole lot more than forty acres and a mule. Hell,....... only then we could finally have some PEACE!

PilotX said...

These are some silly folks. They know damn well most are racists but we have to play the game every year. They invite sellouts like Allen West who can spout racist shit that even Mike Steele has to agree with or admit they've been wrong for their entire adult lives. Like the simpleton down in Texas who admits his party ignores us but yet want to call Dems racists by ttotting out a 50 year old statement by LBJ. As Nixon said "even the mediocre need representation".

Anonymous said...

Field, Oprah IS a beautiful sexy woman. Anyone can see that and if she didn't have a dime to her name she would still be beautiful and desirable. TH knows that and has been smitten by her in making that movie. I don't blame him. She is a knock out.

Anonymous said...

"So anyway, some loser named Scott Terry was looking for his 15 minutes and it looks like he got it."

I appreciated Scott Terry for being frank and speaking the truth regarding slavery.

During the days of slavery we weren't killing each other in the streets. We were more unified.

We worked, sang and went to church. We were good righteous people, who loved each other...

Today, we are killing each other and headed toward extinction.

Val said...

I think after all those years of being "Mammy" to White America Oprah is way too flattered that someone, even Senor Baby Wipes, thinks she's sexy to be upset.



Val

Bill Connor said...

Statutory segegation is wrong and unconstitutional. Self-segregation through restrictive covenants should be allowed, and would foster stable neighborhoods and strong communities.

People generally prefer to live with people like themselves based on race, age, religion, income, and lifestyle. There is nothing wrong with that.

I would generally prefer to live with other people like me, who mostly are also white. But race is only one factor, and is meaningless if there is agreement as to standards of behavior and respect. There are plenty of decent black folk who I would consider good neighbors, and who would probably think I was a good neighbor. It's not about race, but culture.

I definitely would want to be able to segregate from the riff raff, black or white.

Anonymous said...

Scott Terry is clearly holding back Black America. Duh.

Shady_Grady said...

So where are all the Black Republicans to defend Terry as misunderstood?

Bob said...

Chris Christie wakes up every day with a smile because CPAC didn't invite him.

Wesley R said...

Here's a story for the CPAC wingnuts

http://www.washingtonpost.com/business/economy/adding-to-the-deficit-bush-vs-obama/2012/01/31/gIQAQ0kFgQ_graphic.html?wpisrc=emailtoafriend

Anonymous said...

That guy has to be trolling, he just forgot that he wasn't typing his thoughts into his keyboard.

gaz

Anonymous said...

Terrence (Terry) Howard and Scott Terry.

I knew a Terry from my youth, he wasn't very bright either!

Anonymous said...

Shady_Grady said...

So where are all the Black Republicans to defend Terry as misunderstood?

Nobody is defending him and nobody cheered or applauded him , but then Think Progress, Talking Points Memo wouldn't be able to manufacturer a political racial crisis if they told the whole story.

More Disingenuous liberal behavior.

If you can't make your problems the result of victimhood, then you might have to actually look into and understand how liberal policies cause them.

http://twitchy.com/2013/03/15/liberals-quick-to-promote-white-separatist-troll-as-face-of-cpac/

The entire audience turned on him.

Anonymous said...

CPAC aka Crakkkers,Peckerwoods,Assholes & Coons

Black Sage said...

They know damn well most are racists but we have to play the game every year. - PilotX

Why is it imperative that we must play the racists' game every year?

If someone wanted to sell you a home but it was only half of a home, would you back out of the deal or accept it as it is with no warranty?

In sum, why must blacks settle for less when they could easily tell the racist provacateurs: Hell no, I want the whole darn thing!

MatanzasGV said...


Oprahs looks are old and I would bet that when she drops those clothes her entire body drops.. Its not like she lives in a gym,or is Beyonce

This was however, not about looks was it?
Now we all know that women who are FINE esp Afrikan women have always been the ghosts forte So any attempt at pacification is overstood

The only problem with caspars, is they have trouble is keeping it alive. And even being a bit overweight as Oprah is, I do not think the queen would have anytime to wait for an standing ovation.

Pun intended and you know who you are

Just saying

Black Sage said...

When referring to Stedman regarding Oprah, Field Negro said: "Leave that man's money........... I mean woman alone."

YOU ARE TOO MUCH Field Negro! :)

MatanzasGV said...

Uncle Thom is a disrespectful likkel house negro who needs a smack down
However, he is too slow too poor and too SMALL for the queen

LMAO

MatanzasGV said...

Anonymous

Terry cannot hold back Afrikans in america or other wise They do that themselves by simply desiring to get along with wing nuts neo cons and riff raff who believe Afrikans are not worthy
And as long as Afrikans have the desire to forsake their own communities la luta continua

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

LOL, @ 10:59 AM!!! But Dr. Carson is NOT a coon!

As for Oprah not being Beyonce', let he church say amen! Oprah speaks well and to my knowledge, hasn't been seen in the cover of a magazine in her drawz!!!!

And Field you shouldn't talk about Oprah's husband like that. He's a successful black man that loves a highly successful Black woman!!

Black Angus said...

The liberal/democrat press presents another false narrative of supposed Republican/conservative racism and you negroes lap it up just like you are supposed to.

All the photoshopped Tea Party pictures, the fake Emmanuel Cleaver "nigger" story, doctored 911 tapes, and questionable quotes from every random person that might somehow be tied to mainstream conservatism are used to keep you negroes firmly on the Plantation, ready to attack all those who threaten your Master.

It's depressing how easy it is to keep y'all so trained.

Slim Whitman said...

Chris Christie will never be a candidate for national office for the Republican Party. He ended any chance of that when he hugged Obama on the beach 5 days before the election and helped him ride Sandy to a comeback reelection win.

The Republicans are done with liberal candidates like Christie, Romney, McCain, and the Bush family. The old guard has failed, and a new, more conservative party will emerge.

field negro said...


"The liberal/democrat press presents another false narrative of supposed Republican/conservative racism and you negroes lap it up just like you are supposed to.

All the photoshopped Tea Party pictures, the fake Emmanuel Cleaver "nigger" story, doctored 911 tapes, and questionable quotes from every random person that might somehow be tied to mainstream conservatism are used to keep you negroes firmly on the Plantation, ready to attack all those who threaten your Master.'

Yes, I guess we made up this guy.

http://littlegreenfootballs.com/article/41742_About_Scott_Terry_-_CPAC_Slavery_Defender_and_Disenfranchised_Whites_Illustrated

"The Republicans are done with liberal candidates like Christie, Romney, McCain, and the Bush family. The old guard has failed, and a new, more conservative party will emerge."

Good luck with that.

Anonymous said...

Field,

Terrance shouldn't have mentioned her "tig ol' bitties," as saying Oprah was "voluptuous" would've merely sufficed, but I knew he couldn't resist it, lol. He should've held back because restraint is the hallmark of what we men do. Moreover, it was the respectful thing that he should've done in deference to Stedman, regardless, if was kept or not. I've actually conversed with Stedman and he was in fact personable, down to earth, and generally, cool as a fan. Ultimately, though, Oprah was actually flattered by the sum total of his words, as many women would be, in that Bro. Howard is the object of many of their desires.

As for CPAC, LOL, @ 10:59 AM!!! I agree with the good Doctor Nuwang that Ben Carson is a bit of an outlier. I read somewhere that he didn't believe in Evolution, which seems odd. His beef, articulated in front of the POTUS at that prayer breakfast, with "nationalized Romneycare," also referred to as "Obamacare" with both plans authored by the very same people at the uber conservative/republican think tank, the Heritage Foundation, is interesting. He demands further scrutiny, but it might've boded him well to NOT have attended that conference, considering the front frontrunner, Christie, wasn't invited---which for him was a blessing in disguise.

Black Sage said...

That Terry fella isn’t going to be defended by either a white or black Repubmafia type. Why? Because he’s correct to a certain extent. The hard core white sonservative type understands that the Terry fella at CPAC in essence is talking about real freedom for blacks, somewhat. This is why I stated earlier that he should’ve went a little further with his theory. If you’d replace his word “segration” as he put it, with “separation”, you’ll then see what I’m referrin g to. He definitely on the right track.

This is why no Republicans rushed to defend him because he’s truly talking about whites no longer being in control of blacks. This is also why the so-called conservative ilk retreat each and every time when anything resembling true freedom for blacks arise without failure. This is essentially the objective of white supremacy, to remain in control and with the heel of their boots on a n*ggas neck, almost to the point of suffocation, figuratively speaking of course.

Instead, in Amerikkka, they want the permanancy of white hegemony to continue, unabated and with them still pulling the strings through the implementation of policies and laws that further control blacks.

A few of you on this blog truly are Mouse Negroes, pardon me, House Negroes. And you’re still unable to see through the silly smoke screens that those of the conservative ilk place right before your eyes.

Perhaps those of you who wine and dine in the House should accept an invitation to come out of the House and befriend us Field Negroes still in the field to instill within you some common sense and perspicaciousness.

Anonymous said...

In sum, why must blacks settle for less when they could easily tell the racist provacateurs: Hell no, I want the whole darn thing!

OK We will leave again - you can have whats' left of those chocolate cities again. Don't follow us this time, maintain what we leave or support yourself. We are done with you.

Anonymous said...

It's always surprising to some folks that many men find "plus sized" women attractive.

Just because every man on television is chasing a stick, doesn't mean it works that way in the real world.

PilotX said...

"Why is it imperative that we must play the racists' game every year?"

That's a good question Sage. Why do we do this? My guess is that there is still racism and they need a party to call home so they go ro cpac every year and hand pick negroes to justify their beliefs. Maybe in 50 years this won't be the case but for now it is. Do I like it? Not really but at least I know nonsense when I see it and neither you or I are confused or tricked. I won't be voting Republican anytime soon.

Max Coutinho said...

Hey Field Negro,

I laughed to tears about the "controversy" between Howard and Oprah. I mean, a man can't be a man "no more"? So what if he liked her breasts? Men love them and there's nothing wrong with that.

About that Scott Terry: lamentable sub-human.

Great post, as always.

Cheers

Black Angus said...

"Yes, I guess we made up this guy."

You did. And you know it.

And I'll take it for granted that the next time someone who can tangentially be described as "liberal", "democrat" or "black" says or does something negtive, we can ascribe those sentiments or actions to every liberal, democrat or black person. Just to be fair.

Dr. Stedman said...

Ms.Nǚwáng said...
He's a successful black man that loves a highly successful Black woman!!
-----

Maybe if you were ever successful, you might get a successful black man to love you, too.

Admittedly, that's a real longshot. But hey, a one-in-a-million chance at love is better than your odds of getting into medical school.

You will never be a doctor.

Free for me, but not for thee said...

Nutter goes a little nuts. Someone should hand Nutter a copy of Louis Farrakhan's Final Call. His opinion on that hate rag would entertain everyone working for the Philadelphia Magazine.

Controversial Article Published In Local Magazine Has Mayor Nutter Asking For Investigation

March 15, 2013

By Mike Dougherty

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A controversial article published in Philadelphia Magazine this month has the attention of the Nutter Administration.

The article, titled “Being White in Philly,” features a series of interviews with anonymous white residents from different areas of the city who share stories about their interaction with black residents.

Mayor Nutter calls the article’s tone “disgusting,” and he’s asked the Human Relations Commission to investigate some of the sensitive racial issues explored in the piece.

Nutter spokesman Mark McDonald says this is all about fact finding.

“I think he feels that there are enough problems in this article that it warrants a closer look,” McDonald explains.

PHRC executive director Rue Landau says the commission shares Mayor Nutter’s concerns, and they were already looking at intergroup relations in the city, particularly in changing communities.

The PHRC will hold a public meeting in the Fairmount/Brewerytown section of the city on April 18th, and residents are encouraged to attend to share their stories, concerns, and recommendations for changes. The location has yet to be determined.

In a statement, Philadelphia Magazine editor Tom McGrath says the mayor, like any reader, is entitled to think and say anything he wants about the article and that the need to have a deeper discussion about race in Philadelphia is exactly why they ran the story in the first place.

The full statement from Philadelphia Magazine’s editor Tom McGrath about Mayor Nutter’s letter to the PHRC reads:

I applaud the mayor for asking for an inquiry into the state of racial issues in Philadelphia. The need to have a deeper discussion about race in Philadelphia is exactly why we ran our story in the first place.

Like any reader, the mayor is entitled to think and say what he wants about the story. That said, his sophomoric statements about the magazine and mischaracterization of the piece make me wonder if he’s more interested in scoring political points than having a serious conversation about the issues. Furthermore, his call for a “rebuke” of the magazine by the PHRC is rich with irony.

This is the same mayor who just yesterday was shouted down by an unruly mob in City Council; now he himself wants shut down conversation about an important issue in our city.

In short, the mayor loves the First Amendment–as long as he and the government can control what gets said.

The Democratic Party said...

PilotX said...
Not really but at least I know nonsense when I see it and neither you or I are confused or tricked. I won't be voting Republican anytime soon.
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That's a good boy. No one could ever fool you, or that limitless font of wisdom, The Black Sage. Thanks for the vote of confidence, and letting us know we can count on the stupid vote for years to come.

white flight said...

Posted:

After the exchange, Terry muttered under his breath, 'why can’t we just have segregation?'”

Mr. Terry, when I hear people like you I wonder the same thing.


Maybe you haven't noticed, but whites generally move away from blacks when crime starts climbing.

Plenty of neighborhoods are re-segregating. When it comes to public schools in cities, the job is almost complete.

A couple of days ago, all the kids heading for high school in the fall were told which school they will attend. To enter the best high schools in the city, you have to take an entrance exam.

As you might guess, very few blacks and hispanics score high enough to get into the top schools. So, they go to schools with very few white students. Often there are no whites and no asians at the schools with high black and hispanic enrollment.

So, your wish is coming true, and it's happening in a non-violent way. You should approve of such an easy, calm parting of the ways.

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

I've actually conversed with Stedman and he was in fact personable, down to earth, and generally, cool as a fan.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>

A couple months ago, I attended the 2013 National Health Disparities Summit in Metro DC and was VERY surprised to see Stedman there!! And yes, he did seem personable!

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

And Terrence Howard's comments about Oprah were just downright nasty and disrespectful!

Dr. Disparity said...

Ms.Nǚwáng said...
A couple months ago, I attended the 2013 National Health Disparities Summit in Metro DC and was VERY surprised to see Stedman there!!
------

Not nearly as surprised as he was to see your ghetto ass there!!!

You will never be a doctor.

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

"As for CPAC, LOL, @ 10:59 AM!!! I agree with the good Doctor Nuwang that Ben Carson is a bit of an outlier. "

I didn't have a problem with Dr. Carson being at CPAC and I hope he attends a similar meeting held by the Dems.

In fact, I hope that Dr. Carson's presence on the news starts to bring some real discussions about a third political party to the table.

And for the record, I share a LOT of the same views as Dr. Carson especially as it relates to healthcare. The fact that I've heard him speak in person (he was AMAZING!!!) and met him at a recruitment event for minority applicants to med school is a bonus for a future IM Doc!!!

Anonymous said...

Ah, good doctor - hopefully some old head(s) pulls Terrance's coat (if it's all not a tangled web of deception). I saw the interview wherein he divulged the details to a TV/Radio personality named Sway. While it didn't seem like he intentionally sought to be disrespectful, he was (and Stedman actually let slip an interesting tidbit that I would NEVER divulge because there is indeed an honor code amongst men) and kind of let people know that he sort of violated his craft, letting folk know that there wasn't the professional distance one would expect an actor to "in character" to embody. The dramatic, humanizing way that he portrayed Oprah's femininity came across to me as a clear defense, though, of Oprah (an acquittal for him of sorts, I guess) to those who were dogging Oprah and Gayle King's relationship as being "non-platonic." In that context, doc, re-thinking the whole thing, who knows just what's the truth.

Your mutant stalker seems to be working overtime, once again.

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

Anonymous said...
Your mutant stalker seems to be working overtime, once again.
>>>>>>>>

Four years and counting, LOL!!

But what can I say, when you have EVERYTHING the mutant's pasty white skin couldn't get it, it has NO choice other than to be jealous, ROTFL!!!

Anonymous said...

Doc

Sheesh! Are you serious???? That's precisely why I believe that WHO they are, WHAT they are, and HOW they are - is so VERY important. The beauty of it - is that his relentlessness proves my point. There simply is something subhuman and downright ferile about that cyber stalking. I couldn't imagine wasting so much of my time on stormfront or redstate, wallowing in that filth, and subjecting myself to myriad untold humiliations, even for money, in a futile effort to be disruptive. Only some pathetic scurrilous creature, with low to no self-worth or self-esteem, would subject themselves to that. It's a wonder this creature hasn't sucked on a shotgun barrel by now. Really. Mutants, I guess, are truly something else.

Dr.Nǚwáng said...

Anonymous said...
Doc
Sheesh! Are you serious???? That's precisely why I believe that WHO they are, WHAT they are, and HOW they are - is so VERY important.
>>>>>>>>>>>>

Maybe I missed your point, or perhaps you missed mine.

After President Obama's election, I became conspicuously aware of all the racist white folks who despised the man and his wife for their academic and professional achievements, achievements these racists knew damn well they could NEVER achieve, never mind aspire to. Put another way, it seemed that a “dreamed of” Harvard education was fine for racist white man’s as long as no n*gga got on an international stage for having earned one too.

Thus my exposure to cyber stalking which didn’t begin after until I: 1) Talked about my educational and professional achievements, 2) All the many other ways God has blessed me and my family, and 3) Had the nerve to be a black woman with an MD in her future.

In other words, as long as the racist mutants believed they’re “superior” to me, they were okay. Once I talked about what I achieved and planned to achieve in the FACE of his racism, that’s when the cyber stalking began!

To which I quote the words of the epic poet Flava Flav, WHATEVER MAN!

Choom Gang Barry said...

Ms.Nuwang said..
"After President Obama's election, I became conspicuously aware of all the racist white folks who despised the man and his wife for their academic and professional achievements, achievements these racists knew damn well they could NEVER achieve, never mind aspire to."

The Obamas have no real achievements; that's the point.

No one has ever seen Barack Obama's grades or tests scores. By his own admission, he was a poor student at his elite private high school and was described as a "mediocre" student at Occidental. Yet he got into Columbia, where again he failed to distinguish himself, although this did not prevent him from getting into Harvard, where again his lack of qualifications did not prevent him form being elected President of the Law Review, where he became the first person in this office never to publish anything.

His signature literary achievement, "Dreams from My Father", was actually written by Bill Ayers:

http://www.c-spanvideo.org/program/298382-1

Michelle's academic talent can be surmised with a quick look at her senior thesis at Princeton:

http://d.scribd.com/docs/1z67fwkeskbj9vn2g2ig.pdf

The Obama's achievements have been at playing the roles assigned to them. At this they have done quite well.

1%'r said...

Comparing our president to a convicted felon is insulting...TO THE FELON!
Keep up the great work, field, on this silly biased site.

Anonymous said...

Let the Mama have some! Oprah is grown, media savvy, and a woman of the world. Clearly, she can handle herself AND "little ole bitty" Terrance Howard.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Nuwang

Oh, ok. I see what you mean. Mutants, like some of the previous commenters, write a lot of stuff that's indicative of clinical, textbook denial. Their undue, psychotic fixation on negating the POTUS's accomplishments, by seeking to disparage his grades, is undermined, COMPLETELY, by the POTUS becoming president of Harvard Law Review---AND teaching at the esteemed University of Chicago (perhaps they should petition the University of Chicago to see if they're in the habit of letting someone with allegedly questionable grades, teach. I mean, how irrationally stupid can you be?).

Their inferiority complex/low self-worth, borne of their ignoble Wurm Ice Age spawning, compels them to feel like they're the best at something (I don't think humans truly comprehend just how HUMILIATING it must be to have to internalize the fact that your very existence was a very bad accident/aberration and a veritable scourge upon the rest of the world) when the virtue, as pointed out by the late great Lakota Sioux warrior, Russell Means, is learning how to truly "be". No, they must "gain" by being superior *smh*. These creatures are beyond redemption.

Think about it: Jesse Owens and Joe Louis turned away such ridiculous notions of superiority in Hitler and, Tiger Woods totally took golf away from them. So-called "Education" was their last bastion; their last ray of hope to feel good about themselves.

They are seriously desperate, now.

They must cleave to such antiquated, totally absurd, once again, psychotic notions of superiority, despite the logical, biological fallacy of a subspecies of human---This obscenely melanin-deficient subspecies of human, in question---ACTUALLY being superior to the parent human species, when said subspecies, not only has problems reproducing and utterly FAILS to reproduce itself through ANY other group, but ACTUALLY is dying out. In other words, they're crazy, know they're crazy, but it fits the perceptive reality that they've concocted, no, conjured up to justify their desired existence in this, their bizarro world. Now we know just why that Black woman created the story of the matrix that the Wachowski siblings stole!