"Showcase Blacks" are high-profile blacks that are constantly paraded before the public. They may be political dignitaries, pro athletes, entertainers, educators, business people, judges or elected officials. Their real purpose is to mask the REALITY of being black in America. [MORE] They are rewarded handsomely for their activities by elite whites who control the media and the domain of discourse. Rarely critical of each other, showcase Blacks are pet negros who stroke each other's egos for master's benefit - as said created personas are a career investment. However, promoting stupid beefs among non-showcase Blacks is one of their assigned tasks.
Showcase Blacks are a necessary illusion of the media, which Dr. Blynd calls a "mind shampoo"- shaping the thoughts and understandings of non-white people with miseducation about themselves and their environment giving them a false consciousness - a mind filled with lies, non-realities and self-hatred.
Racial Shadow Boxing occurs when victims of racism (non-white people) are directly or indirectly, "assigned", bribed, coerced, and/or otherwise influenced, by the racists (white Supremacist), to speak or act to do harm to other victims of racism. White Supremacists oftentimes hide behind others whom they use as shadows of themselves. [MORE] Shadowboxing is a tool used by racists to filter out Blacks who are perceived as threatening [for some reason] to elite racist whites or who have fallen out of favor with them. Shadowboxing also is used to set the parameters or outer bounds of conduct & discussion by Blacks - conduct/speech deemed undesirable by racists is ridiculed [Kapernick]. In contrast, showcase Blacks are awarded, promoted for their shenaniggerisms or sniggering conduct [Kevin Hart].
Full of fury and noise, signifying nothing in video above vaginal, massa-bator, Steven A. is 'gonna take it to streets.' lol. In the system of white supremacy/racism Blacks are programmed to act and function like children with each other and in their roles with whites - who act as their functional parent, masters. [MORE] This man has spent a lifetime filling his mind with accumulated nonsense and argues about nothing day in and day out. His masters at ESPN are obsessed with Durant and wittle Wussell Westbrook's feelings about wim weaving to play with the warriors. Go jump in the fucking lions den at the zoo sambo mf.
From [HERE] and [HERE] Plenty of people have delivered strong opinions about Kevin Durant’s free agency choice to join the Warriors. Many of those have been former NBA players with TV microphones in their face.
James Worthy is one, apparently, and it got back to Durant in a funny way. Durant told the story on a recent podcast with The Ringer’s Bill Simmons.
“We played in Vancouver, first (preseason) game in a Warriors uniform,” Durant said on the podcast. “And I see James Worthy walking out as I was leaving the game. It’s a legend here. ‘Big Game James.’ I didn’t get to see him play but I just know all about him. I’m a little skeptical at this point to even talk to anybody from the generation before because I don’t even know how they feel about me as a person, as a player because these dudes — they look at me as like, ‘Oh you switching teams, you chasing this, you chasing that.’ So I’m just gonna keep it moving.”
But Worthy came up to talk to him.
“He was like: ‘Man. Don’t worry about that stuff. People change jobs every single year, every single day. Don’t worry about that. Just go out there and keep working and go win,'” Durant said. “So I’m like: ‘Man that’s nice.'”
Durant flew back to the Bay Area feeling really good about his interaction with Worthy.
“So I came back home that night and my boy Randy (Williams) — I was like: ‘Man. James Worthy was cool. He showed me so much love. I appreciate that,'” Durant said. “(Randy) was like: ‘Huh? He was talking so bad about you on TV. He was saying Magic wouldn’t have done that. I wouldn’t have done that.’ I was like, yo, stop selling out. Stop selling your brothers out. This is a fraternity. Stop selling us out for NBA TV, Turner Sports, ESPN, stop doing that man and then come in my face talking that nonsense.”