Aretha Franklin’s family, deluded poster children of plantation mentality…
and their idea of R-E-S-P-E-C-T

September 8, 2018
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Hats off to Reverend Jasper Williams, Jr whose eulogy at Aretha’s Franklin’s funeral offered the only sensible advice to millions of Black Americans still thinking salvation lies in being owned by the Democratic Party welfare state. And that it’s all somebody else’s fault. Naturally, Rev. Williams is accused by the Franklin family of being “offensive“…

…but “everyone else was respectful.” Along with Dyson’s “respectful” comments, note the jovial, agreeable, distinguished, respectful presence of human rights hero Louis Farrakhan. Dyson’s toxic tone and the giddy, giggly response of the crowd only validates Jasper Williams’ excoriation of today’s prevailing Black culture. The willfully blind who will not see.

 

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