The fact that Chris Brown is a fucking asshole doesn’t give you a free pass to be a fucking racist.

25 Oct

So, Rhianna is cuddling up with Chris Brown again.  You know, they guy who did THIS:

Personally, I would like to meet the ugly little fucker in a dark alley and choke him til he’s dead, but that’s just me. Luckily – DRAKE!  He bottled the fuckhead in a bar and ha ha!  Payback’s a bitch, eh?

But here’s the thing:  Chris Brown is not the first (or last) man to ever settle his differences with a woman with his fists.  He has come in for an astonishing level of vitriol and hatred that is astonishing only because he’s NOT  getting a pass on something plenty of white entertainers have done.  His music is boycotted, he is mocked and derided in the press, basically treated like shit.  Which he totally 100% completely fucking deserves,  BUT SO DOES EVERY OTHER FAMOUS WOMAN BEATER, TOO.

Something else is going on, and I think that something has to do with a racist cultural narrative about black men being dangerous, violent predators who have no place in society. This image  was taken less than 100 years ago, and the kind of fear and loathing of black men it represents is still very much with us.

Chris Brown is a gigantic asshole, but he is not MORE of an asshole than oh, let’s see:  Sean Penn, Mel Gibson, Michael Fassbender, Nic Cage, Mickey Rourke, Charlie Sheen ….  yeah.  The world has no shortage of assholes who beat women.

If you are one of those people who rages on about Chris Brown while enjoying some Three and a Half Men or Braveheart or gushing over Sean’s sensitive portrayal of Harvey Milk, you just might be a giant fucking racist. Sean Penn hit Madonna in the head with a baseball bat (which may partially explain that Wallis Simpson movie)!  I am in no way approving of Chris Brown (and I’m sure he gives a giant fuck about that), BUT I also do not approve of anyone who gets over WHITE men beating the shit out of their wives and girlfriends, but hangs on to hate for the BLACK man who did the same.  That’s just cloaking straight up racism in some morally acceptable indignation.

Also, Rhianna is a grown woman.  A really fucking stupid one, clearly.  Still, she can do whatever she wants.  Personally, I recommend she do some mixed martial arts training and learn how to put the little fucker in a chokehold if he ever lifts a hand against her again.

Lots of love,

JB

12 Responses to “The fact that Chris Brown is a fucking asshole doesn’t give you a free pass to be a fucking racist.”

  1. FarmBoy October 25, 2012 at 13:09 #

    Agreed 🙂

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  2. universe November 3, 2012 at 15:06 #

    Bitch.
    You conveniently left something out of your own equation:
    “Also, Rhianna is a grown woman. A really fucking stupid one, clearly. Still, she can do whatever she wants.” – Including, as the covered-up story goes, taking off her spiked shoe and whacking Brown repeatedly until he bled after she went emoting and fisticuff ballistic upon him beforehand.

    Speaking of receiving a free pass for something – looks like you, for aiding and abetting abusive she individuals, the culture that supports this double standard and, herself, the girl who co-created this diversionary drama who apparently laid the first blows on Brown.
    Reckon the same must be in store for the one who pays for your daily maintenance.
    You really are not too far removed from your feminazi sisters.

    The race-baiting in your article appears to be a side-show to divert from your own non-judgy-ness, your ingrainedness. You a ghost-writer for nazi-fem publications or other such fronts?

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  3. judgybitch November 3, 2012 at 16:35 #

    Whoa, whoa, whoa, universe.

    I grew up with an insanely violent mother, so believe me, I am pretty much the last person to buy into the idea that all women are gentle, kind loving creatures. I have no doubt Rhianna was a full participant in that altercation, and as I said, she’s clearly stupid. In general, getting in a physical fight with a grown man is a bad idea. Most women are going to lose, but not necessarily without inflicting some damage first.

    I still think if you give a Charlie Sheen a pass and not Chris Brown, that has something to do with race, pure and simple.

    And I think that’s bullshit.

    Cheers,

    JB

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  4. Dean Esmay November 3, 2012 at 19:23 #

    Dude maybe calm the fuck down and ask if she even KNOWS Rhianna got violent before going off on her ass, eh? Until you brought it up, I didn’t even know there was any evidence of that.

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  5. universe November 4, 2012 at 00:32 #

    Calm down, he says.
    I decide my level of involvement with anything. But anyway, thanks for your concern. However, in context to particular interests your sentiments are sufficiently noted.

    Dean
    If interest in Chris’, or other mens’, side of a story were even in some small way paramount one would go looking for it. Those two former gentlemen hanging from a tree in the photo above are testament to others from another time not seeking and considering a fuller disclosure. Regardless of racial identity. We don’t know yet how many cacausian men were similarly treated. However, the above original reference to excuses based on racial appearances also noted.

    There are similarities between the various cultural swarmings of young Chris Brown in 2009 and forced vigilante tree swinging sessions from 100 years ago. Both bearing the weight of communities threatening or undertaking a final verdict and likely without full known fact. Then there’s the verbal fomenting of violence toward a chosen individual which can often bring about deadly results.

    And because of an unsubstantiated accusation and statement from or defending the honour of a woman or women by proxy. We haven’t come a long way have we.

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  6. universe November 4, 2012 at 01:53 #

    JB

    I’m speaking as a lone individual with free association.

    I had stumbled across an avenue to this site. My first exposure to one piece was truly novel and unexpectedly humourous in places. I still recall the chuckles. I tried to respond in kind, in spirit, and you were such a good sport about it all. Cheers to you. Humour can be difficult to transmit at times. I did try though.

    My second response to a written piece, and you have record of such, however, elicited a different thought as an almost retake on my first. Like a “Hmmm, ..uhhh…”. In response I employed a little opening humour, or so I thought, and delivered some salient points as no other individual has ever responded similarly to one particular point in the essay. I’d seen similar demands from other places, other times.

    My third reply, above in this thread, was more like “Wait a minute. What the…”. That was enough. The same old same. Seen that in enough more hostile forums. Or conventional.

    This place appears to be a correspondingly semi-outrageously serious, semi-outrageous humourous outrageous site. Some articles perhaps to be taken seriously, others laughed off. Others. scratch jowels.
    So, here’s what I may decide to do – respond similarly. Judge, too, like a judgemental bastard would. It’d be fitting, wouldn’t you say?

    Anyway, not backing off my previous post.

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  7. Men: Discontinued November 5, 2012 at 10:17 #

    Funny how fighting violence with violence works… you don’t see the hypocrisy do you OP?

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  8. Dean Esmay November 5, 2012 at 14:12 #

    Yeah, fair enough, it’s not my place to tell you to calm down.

    I grew up with an abusive mother, and I’ve seen firsthand the violence women can do. It’s a hotbutton for me as well.

    I actually wind up agreeing with the both of you 100% on the substance. I think if you’re busy helping lynch Chris Brown while you forget those other guys who are coincidentally not-black you should check your attitude, but, at the same time, I think you brought up an extremely important point. Based on your objection, it does turn out if you look hard it turns out this Rhianna bitch has a history of throwing violent tantrums and attacking her boyfriend. Which, oh, guess what? That turns out to be the most common form of domestic violence there is: mutual violence.

    Chris needs to be asking himself why he’s willing to be with a woman prone to attacking him, and they both need to be asking why they’re in this relationship and what the hell they’re going to do to stop it from getting violent again. Otherwise they’re both fools.

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  9. Anonymous age 71 July 30, 2013 at 22:30 #

    Universe is correct. At the time for a very few days it was reported they were on the highway driving at highway speeds (whatever that means) when she got steamed at something he had in the car which made her think he was cheating on her. She took her high heeled shoes and in a very berserk manner attacked his head. He had a choice. Die or punch her lights out. He did the correct thing.

    Within a very few days, our female rulers decreed we must not contemplate that there might have been a valid reason he hit her. After all, it is basic law of the universe that there is never a valid reason to hit a women, not even in self defense nor to survive. So, now he had been vilified as some kind of brute.

    She is right out of Erin Pizzey’s PRONE TO VIOLENCE. That is, one of the most violent people on the planet.

    This was in the news. Those who missed it either don’t especially keep up on the news. Or, they forgot in obedience to the agendist journalists. Probably the latter.

    I know this thread is old. But, it seems logical to correct this, because the Big Lie that the Big Brute beat down a sweet dearie has not stopped in these months

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