M.O.O.T. – The Stupid

This won’t end well. From Damon Young at Very Smart Brothas:

We Need To Start Barking At White People Who Speak Out Of Turn

Black Panther’s Wakanda is a near-utopic vision of how a country could look; perhaps the best depiction of Afrofuturism ever captured on film. There were thriving and ideological-diverse cities surrounded by expansive and bucolic countrysides. There was modern technology perfectly weaved in to cultural tradition, a melding that was symbiotic instead of antagonistic. And while I didn’t see this happening during the movie, I’m sure Wakanda has amazing bottomless brunches.

Unfortunately, a present-day attempt to recreate Wakanda would be unrealistic. Mainly because we’re roughly 20,000 years behind Wakandan tech. And mostly because we’re too infected with colonization and its myriad residues and peripheral effects. Also, we’re a little short on Vibranium.

One thing, however, that we can and definitely should start doing is what M’Baku and his Que Dog Jabari Tribe did when encountering a problematic white dude who was speaking when there was no ask or need or purpose for the thoughts and opinions of problematic white dudes.


Not a purposeless bark. This isn’t a shih tzu barking through the window at a squirrel. Instead this would be an intentional bark. A targeted bark. An overpowering bark. A drowning bark. A Wakandan bark. A bark meant to communicate “Um, who told you that you can speak? When it is time for your words, we will let you know. And maybe that time will never come. We’ll see. Now, just shut up and stand there. Maybe get on your phone and google ‘How not to be a colonizer.’ Whatever you do, I want to hear you not speaking.”

The bark doesn’t just have to be a counter for useless words, either. A wayward white hand reaches for your hair? WOOF! WOOF! WOOF! A group of white people huddled on a sidewalk refuse to step aside when you attempt to walk past them? WOOF! WOOF! WOOF! A purse is clutched when you walk on an elevator? WOOF! WOOF! WOOF! (If they’re going to act scared, you might as well give them a reason to be.)

Of course, this barking will take some practice. They can’t be small dog barks, so people with higher and/or softer voices will probably have to do some training. Which is why, today, I’m announcing the opening the M’Baku School of Wakandan White Silencing. The classes will be free, so no worries about me using GoFundMe monies for bigen and Creatine.

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103 Responses to M.O.O.T. – The Stupid

  1. helenk3 says:

    there is a sentence in there that really got to me. When I was a little girl we lived in Tampa Fla for a while as my father was stationed at Drew Field before going overseas. At that time if my mother and I were walking on a sidewalk, and a black person came along, they had to get off the sidewalk. What I remember most about that is my mother telling me how stupid it was. She said many whites use black women to nurse their babies why should they have to get off the sidewalk. That is how I learned that racism is stupid and I have seen nothing to change my mind in over 70 years

  2. helenk3 says:

    please watch this video and then talk to your congressman. We better start really doing background checks and not just talk about them

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      This guy is full of shit. Notice he didnt film the conversation — there’s a reason for that. Because it did not happen.

    • taw46 says:

      I think he is full of it, too. What does the location of the gun shop have to do with anything? Is he saying that everyone who buys a gun wants to be located close to a school, so they can just walk on over there and shoot people?

      He wants to ban guns, ban credit purchases at gun shops, and restrict where gun shops are located.

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  4. DeniseVB says:

    Watched Ghostbusters2 this afternoon, I thought it was better than GB1 ! It’s also 30 years old, where has the time gone, gone to flowers everyone 😉

  5. And that’s from a site called Very Smart Brothas? WTF?

    • lyn says:

      The Stepford students lost any support when they blamed Trump. I’m so sick of that shit.

      • elliesmom says:

        If you’re 17 years old, Obama has been president for more of your life than anyone else. I really wish schools would do a better job of teaching math.

        • lyn says:

          Thanks. I keep forgetting that.

          • elliesmom says:

            The math dig was at the kids. There’s more statistical correlation between exposure to violent video games and gun violence for young people than national gun ownership, but if you suggest banning or restricting violent video games, they go nuts. I love it when kids get involved in the political process, but that doesn’t mean I think they shouldn’t get shot down when they’re not doing their due diligence. In this case Trump hasn’t been POTUS long enough, nor has his administration made any changes to laws that could have caused this tragedy. But somehow it’s all his fault? 🙂

          • lyn says:

            Thanks for explaining the math dig, but, yeah, Obama always will be their first and best president.

      • Venus E. Lee says:

        Their generation eats Tide pods.
        No offense, because I do feel bad for them, but they are demonstrating why they aren’t allowed to vote & why the law doesn’t treat them as adults/designed to protect them from adults taking advantage of them.

    • Mt.Laurel says:

      Oh my – I usually do not pick on kids looks but that young boy has a very disturbing look in his eyes.

      And quite frankly is his dad is ex-FBI – then should dear Daddy not be more than up to being a proactive parent and take steps and provide guidance to ensure that the proper action be taken. I mean everyone appeared to know there was a problem but no one actually did anything at any/every level. Would not someone with FBI training have a leg up on just how to hit all the right buttons? It appears that Daddy is projecting his own guilt and ineptitude and hate onto Trump and hiding behind his son as his mouthpiece.

    • DeniseVB says:

      Well, it is Tinfoil Tuesday, I’m going to need a few boxes today 😛

    • DeniseVB says:

      LOL. Fire alarms went off in a hotel I was staying at over someone burning popcorn in their kitchenette microwave. On My Floor ! Sweet holy heart attack, the hallway was filled with smoke and firemen. Was told to stay in my room, everything’s okay. Just a nasty smell that lingered for hours. So, I can understand the point of that sign, probably happens all the time in public spaces, so one or two goofs ruined it for everybody 😉

    • Jadzia says:

      If my first university had had that policy, I would’ve starved, surviving as I was on a bag of microwave popcorn and an orange juice a day.

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    • lyn says:

      The most consequential event of the last decade for the left and the media was Van Jones’ firing.
      In response, Obama WH decided never to hand over another scalp. And the media decided to quarantine any controversy that begins in conservative media.
      Nothing was the same after.
      1:46 PM – 19 Feb 2018

      I’m thinking we may be approaching another inflection point. The crazy Newsweek story blaming a tiny number of 60-follower Japanese Twitter bots for the attack on Al Franken is probably the first in a kind of series: they’re just gonna blame everything on bots.
      1:52 PM – 19 Feb 2018

      The media knows very well how much dirty fake social media campaigns the left has run (via ShareBlue and other operations); they’re trying to make America think, tho, that it was all invented in Moscow or by a bunch of Klansmen.
      1:56 PM – 19 Feb 2018

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    • Cisco says:

      I think I’m off here, but HRC’s campaign spent a little over $1 billion and Trumps significantly less, but not as little as Boris and Natasha.
      $100 K. Talk about under budget 😎

    • John Denney says:

      Those Russians really know how to stretch a ruble.

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  10. Cisco says:


    San Francisco, the city on the bay.
    Watch out for the 💩 and used hypos.

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  14. swanspirit says:

    I am really liking this guy from Detroit!!! He is going to speak at CPac!

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  17. Dora says:

    We should have known this was coming.


    It’s time to reexamine the evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court — and to talk seriously about impeachment.

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    • Miranda says:

      Those all look like different women to me. They just have similar hair.

      • Lulu says:

        There is an element of “this is how you are supposed to LOOK” instead of storming the school for the policy makers who set up this shit-show of letting psychotics on the campus (see the school board and administration agreement with the DOJ Civil Rights Division to keep “them” out of the pathway to jail) or mob the jail and tear him limb from limb. It is to get sad instead of furious from a malleable public.

        • Miranda says:

          It depends on when the pictures were taken. I can understand being upset before you get angry, and of course, the media is always going to go for the major drama.

          I tend to shut down during the actual crisis, then fall apart later, when it’s quiet.

          • elliesmom says:

            I tend to do that, too, which has led my peripheral family to think I’m cold and heartless. I don’t weep over coffins, but I cry in the shower for months after. My brother’s wife has been in and out of the hospital since Thanksgiving. She’s “in” again so he drove down to RI Sunday night. We tried to have a pity party for ourselves, but the crisis is ongoing so we ended up laughing half the night instead. Fortunately, Elliesdad was sleeping, and Ellie promises she won’t tell. It’s the only way he and I know how to keep it together so we can be there for others.

          • Miranda says:

            Sorry your family gives you trouble, elliesmom. Maybe remind them that because you and your brother are holding it together, the others are free to fall apart. Best to your family. Chronic conditions are exhausting for all concerned.

            My grandfather died of cancer and alzheimer’s, so we were all basically insane from being tired. When we went to the graveside service, I sat down, and my chair flipped over backwards. A cousin caught it, so I didn’t end up with my skirt over my head, but my Aunt and snickered all the way through the funeral. We couldn’t help it, just from nerves.

          • lyn says:

            Crying in the shower or bath is what I do too.

          • lateblum says:

            At the end, when my mother was in ICU and I was spending most of my time at the hospital, I was exhausted. I was also very emotional, but no one saw it because I pretty much “shut down”. When I returned to work, colleagues were gracious, and noted that I “seemed to be doing just fine”. My mother died on a Thursday and strangely enough for the next 3 months I ended up getting sick or having migraines on Thursdays and would have to call in sick at work. It took a while to figure out what was happening. Thank heavens I had understanding supervisor and didn’t lose my job.

          • Somebody says:

            I always hold it together during crisis. If needed I swing into action. I’m the “strong one”, so everybody thinks it is my job to take care of whatever because I’m “strong”.

            I cry in the shower too.

  19. Dora says:

    BOMBSHELL: Nunes Reveals the Obama Unmasking Scandal is Much Worse Than Previously Believed

    Chairman Nunes recently conducted an explosive interview, where he revealed critical information on abuses of the intelligence community by the Obama administration.

    He explained that the previous administration unmasked hundreds of private American citizens, for what he believes are political purposes.


  20. Miranda says:

    Looking at the quoted article in the post, all I can think is that I stopped playing superhero when I was around 10. Or, as the Bible says: “When I was a child, I spake, thought, and acted as a child. Then I became an adult and I put away childish things.”

  21. Dora says:

    I’m surprised that NBC showed this.


    Diseased Streets

    An NBC Bay Area Investigation reveals a dangerous concoction of drug needles, garbage, and feces lining the streets of downtown San Francisco. The Investigative Unit surveyed more than 150 blocks, including some of the city’s top tourist destinations, and discovered conditions that are now being compared to some of the worst slums in the world.


    • Lulu says:

      Hazmat level. Can EPA fine them for improper cleanup of medical waste? Declare San Fran a biohazard waste dump?

    • Lulu says:

      Because they know it is FBI (Bronco initiated) policy NOT to check out stuff that would lead to minorities going to jail. The “white Hispanic” thing is after the fact, Hispanic minority is before the crime. It is a specific policy to stop “the pathway to jail” even if that is where they f’ing belong even if the subject is terrorizing the hell out of everyone around them.

    • lyn says:

      The suckers lost me when they blamed Trump. Fuck ’em.

  22. taw46 says:

    CNN and the rest stopped being objective long ago.

    • lyn says:

      Posted this on a Facebook friend’s anti-Trump screed. (Friend is used loosely.)

      Trump is the n!igg*r of the world for Democrats.

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  26. lyn says:

    I’m happy Trump can multi-task.

    • lyn says:

      If the kiss were unwanted, why would it last two minutes? I don’t care anymore. U.S. media is up Obama’s ass for good.

  27. DeniseVB says:

    Jim Hoft got twitch-slapped by Chelsea Clinton because he doesn’t care about the children. (I’m not a fan of pushing recently traumatized children in front of cameras anyhow).

  28. lyn says:

    Laurence Tribe wants the voting age to be 16.

  29. lyn says:

    Facebook is full of Trump hate today–more than usual. Thank Obama and Russia!

  30. lyn says:

    I missed this.

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