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Michael Eric Dyson on MSNBC: O’Reilly ‘Surprised That Black People Don’t Throw Bananas’ ‘Or Swing From Trees’

 
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Michael Eric Dyson on MSNBC: O’Reilly ‘Surprised That Black People Don’t Throw Bananas’ ‘Or Swing From Trees’



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Georgetown University Professor Michael Eric Dyson issued a challenge to Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly during a Sunday morning appearance with MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry. He said that O’Reilly’s talk about the problems facing the black community lacks a base of empirical knowledge, and he would like to have a real “conversation” about race with the Fox host. Dyson said that O’Reilly was recently “surprised that black people don’t throw bananas at each other or swing from trees” in Harlem, and is not well-positioned to frankly discuss racial issues.

“There is one high-profile white man who is willing to talk about race,” Harris-Perry opened a segment on race relations. She played a clip of O’Reilly talking about what he thought were the problems facing the black community, including the breakdown of the African-American nuclear family.

“Why is it that when we say we want to have a conversation on race, you want to have a conversation on blackness?” Dyson said in reaction to the clip. “You don’t want to have a conversation on white privilege, on conscious bias. You don’t want to talk about the collective world we’ve made black, brown, red, yellow, and white people. You want to lecture black people.”

Dyson added that even President Barack Obama has said, as exemplified by a recent speech to students at the predominantly black Morehouse College, “no excuse-making.” Turning to the issue of inner-city crime, Dyson said that the media’s lack of focus on crime ridden neighborhoods is a contributing factor to that epidemic of violence.

RELATED: O’Reilly To Geraldo: ‘I Don’t Care’ If Black People Feel Like I’m ‘Stereotyping’ Them

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“But this is what we know: White on white crime is a devastation in America like so-called black on black crime. It’s not black or white on white crime. It’s proximity murder,” Dyson said. “The cameras don’t show up in Chicago like they show up in Newtown a

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Totally sick of naggers. Do not want to share a society with them. Prepared for street to street fighting to forcibly achieve a permanent separation.
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O'Reilly really struck a nerve, didn't he?
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O'Reilly really struck a nerve, didn't he?
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Georgetown University Professor Michael Eric Dyson issued a challenge to Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly during a Sunday morning appearance with MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry. He said that O’Reilly’s talk about the problems facing the black community lacks a base of empirical knowledge, and he would like to have a real “conversation” about race with the Fox host. Dyson said that O’Reilly was recently “surprised that black people don’t throw bananas at each other or swing from trees” in Harlem, and is not well-positioned to frankly discuss racial issues.

“There is one high-profile white man who is willing to talk about race,” Harris-Perry opened a segment on race relations. She played a clip of O’Reilly talking about what he thought were the problems facing the black community, including the breakdown of the African-American nuclear family.

“Why is it that when we say we want to have a conversation on race, you want to have a conversation on blackness?” Dyson said in reaction to the clip. “You don’t want to have a conversation on white privilege, on conscious bias. You don’t want to talk about the collective world we’ve made black, brown, red, yellow, and white people. You want to lecture black people.”

Dyson added that even President Barack Obama has said, as exemplified by a recent speech to students at the predominantly black Morehouse College, “no excuse-making.” Turning to the issue of inner-city crime, Dyson said that the media’s lack of focus on crime ridden neighborhoods is a contributing factor to that epidemic of violence.

RELATED: O’Reilly To Geraldo: ‘I Don’t Care’ If Black People Feel Like I’m ‘Stereotyping’ Them

Video in link

“But this is what we know: White on white crime is a devastation in America like so-called black on black crime. It’s not black or white on white crime. It’s proximity murder,” Dyson said. “The cameras don’t show up in Chicago like they show up in Newtown a
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Watch Don Lemon on CNN talk about O'Riley. He claims O'Riley wasn't nearly hard enough.

[link to www.cnn.com]
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require background checks for bananas
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You mean to tell me they don't ? Unbelievable...
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Lots of problems with this.

1. He wants to have a "conversation"

2. O'Reilly doesn't have any business talking about "blackness" because he is a white guy.

So really the black guy does not want to have a conversation about race. He wants to talk about how white privilege is the problem and not how blacks are responsible for their own problems. This is why no white people really want to have a "conversation" about race. Black people do not want to have a conversation about race. They want to have a conversation about whiteness.
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Lots of problems with this.

1. He wants to have a "conversation"

2. O'Reilly doesn't have any business talking about "blackness" because he is a white guy.

So really the black guy does not want to have a conversation about race. He wants to talk about how white privilege is the problem and not how blacks are responsible for their own problems. This is why no white people really want to have a "conversation" about race. Black people do not want to have a conversation about race. They want to have a conversation about whiteness.
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People , overall , are just sick and tired and sick and tired of hearing about RACE

they want to just vomit

no conversation

just vomit

They want to just say

get a f'ing life or an f'ing hobby and

focus your life on something other than this bullshit
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That video rustled my jimmies.
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Watch Don Lemon on CNN talk about O'Riley. He claims O'Riley wasn't nearly hard enough.

[link to www.cnn.com]
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That guy has some respect points from me.
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[link to www.mediaite.com]

Georgetown University Professor Michael Eric Dyson issued a challenge to Fox News Channel host Bill O’Reilly during a Sunday morning appearance with MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry. He said that O’Reilly’s talk about the problems facing the black community lacks a base of empirical knowledge, and he would like to have a real “conversation” about race with the Fox host. Dyson said that O’Reilly was recently “surprised that black people don’t throw bananas at each other or swing from trees” in Harlem, and is not well-positioned to frankly discuss racial issues.

“There is one high-profile white man who is willing to talk about race,” Harris-Perry opened a segment on race relations. She played a clip of O’Reilly talking about what he thought were the problems facing the black community, including the breakdown of the African-American nuclear family.

“Why is it that when we say we want to have a conversation on race, you want to have a conversation on blackness?” Dyson said in reaction to the clip. “You don’t want to have a conversation on white privilege, on conscious bias. You don’t want to talk about the collective world we’ve made black, brown, red, yellow, and white people. You want to lecture black people.”

Dyson added that even President Barack Obama has said, as exemplified by a recent speech to students at the predominantly black Morehouse College, “no excuse-making.” Turning to the issue of inner-city crime, Dyson said that the media’s lack of focus on crime ridden neighborhoods is a contributing factor to that epidemic of violence.

RELATED: O’Reilly To Geraldo: ‘I Don’t Care’ If Black People Feel Like I’m ‘Stereotyping’ Them

Video in link

“But this is what we know: White on white crime is a devastation in America like so-called black on black crime. It’s not black or white on white crime. It’s proximity murder,” Dyson said. “The cameras don’t show up in Chicago like they show up in Newtown a
 Quoting: Uncle Fuck Stick


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