Oh well, maybe he can go and join these guys now.
But a story about one ignorant misguided student pales in comparison to what has taken place on another university campus on the other side of the world.
Sadly, it probably won't get as much attention here in America. But I would like to remind everyone that there was a horrific terrorist attack in Africa today. One hundred and forty seven innocent people killed.
I can't imagine the unspeakable pain that these poor people must be going through.
These animals masquerading as human beings slaughtered innocent college students who never saw it coming. Everyone of them had a name and a loved one who will miss them more than words can ever describe.
But hey, it wasn't in America, or Western Europe for that matter, so we will not hear about it over and over again on our cable news stations. Imagine, for a second, that such an act had taken place on the campus of the aforementioned Duke University.
Honestly, I need some of you Negroes to realize that it is not only American black lives that matter. Black lives in Africa matter as well.This story isn't trending like it should on black twitter because, sadly, many of you automatically tune out stories when it doesn't involve America.
"The massacre that killed 147 people and wounded scores of others at a Kenyan university lasted for hours Thursday before the terror was over.
"It is a very sad day for Kenya," Interior Ministry Joseph Nkaissery said of the carnage at Garissa University College.
The death toll is the highest in a terror attack on Kenyan soil since the U.S. Embassy was bombed in 1998. More than 200 people died in the Nairobi blast"
Mr. Nkaissery , it is not only a "sad day" for Kenyans; it is a "sad day" for everyone of us in the diaspora, and human beings everywhere.