Monday, June 17, 2024

Hey Sisters, White Feminists (and Oprah Winfrey) are Trying to Turn You Against Black Men – DO NOT let them!

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*Despite her pedigree as perhaps the world’s most influential celebrity, Oprah Winfrey is clearly embracing the role of a token Mammy in a grand scheme to prioritize the White feminist agenda.
Armed with unlimited resources, a robust network of powerful tastemakers, and a massive multimedia empire, the billionaire firebrand has all the tools she needs to ignite a feminist revolution of historic proportions.

The world witnessed a master manipulator work her magic when Oprah delivered her Golden Globes speech to an audience full of “aggrieved” white women clad in black high-fashion gowns. It was the genesis of a large-scale campaign to erase every trace of masculinity from planet earth, which could open the door to a female-dominated society and the permanent destruction of ascribed gender roles. The process is well underway in Hollywood, and it will inevitably extend to the core of Black America.

Winfrey has been carefully selected (by her white masters) to be the 2018 version of a Magic Negro, and it appears that her primary assignment is to plant seeds of discontent and resentment in the minds of emotionally-scarred African American women. If this plan unfolds successfully, it will deal a catastrophic blow to the failing health of traditional black families, and it would likely cause irreversible damage to the prospect of black unity.

With that in mind, there’s already an absence of trust and a brewing hostility between black men and black women due to a wide-range of inherent social and economic challenges. These obstacles are among the reasons why black marriages often fail to succeed, and they have also severely harmed the black family structure.

The anemic relationship between Negro men and women – which serves as the primary impediment to strong black families – would be further weakened by the toxicity of White liberal feminism. And thusly, it’s imperative that black women steer clear of the neo-feminist movement, its philosophies, and its ambassadors (i.e. Oprah Winfrey).

Sisters, if you were moved by Winfrey’s Golden Globes speech,  remember one thing – White women have always been confined to an existence of vulnerability and weakness. Contrarily, there’s a wealth of evidence that highlights the tremendous amount of inner-toughness and resolve black women have displayed since the dog days of slavery, when fathers were divided from their families and the mothers were forced to be self-sufficient. These circumstances awakened a strong survival gene in black women that still exists today, making this group invulnerable to the subjugation and moral turpitude that White men have imposed on their women for centuries.

This dichotomy runs counter to the idea that gender inequality is a “universal” problem. It’s clearly more of a “white phenomenon” – and what we are seeing from Hollywood is an example of the “chickens coming home to roost.”

Sisters, do you really wanna get involved with a bunch of loons who wear plastic vaginas on their heads while they march in the streets to protest the depraved actions of powerful white men?

Do you feel oppressed? Do you feel … restricted, undervalued, or ignored? Are Black men treating you unfairly and weighing you down?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then I want you to follow my instructions: open your dominant hand (do it quickly!), raise it to your face, smile, now slap the crap out of yourself – hard. That’s right – slap the foolishness away. It’ll be unpleasant … but the pain will hopefully aid in the restoration of your common sense.  

Black men do not have the power or wealth to oppress anyone. We aren’t the problem. It’s WHITE FEMINISTS – they are your enemy! … and if you allow them to get inside your brain, then you’ll wind up in the sunken place like Oprah Winfrey. Indeed. Sisters, you’re being deceived, misled, hoodwinked, bamboozled, run a muck, pooped on!

75th ANNUAL GOLDEN GLOBE AWARDS — Pictured: Oprah Winfrey, Winner, Cecil B. Demille Award at the 75th Annual Golden Globe Awards held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 7, 2018 — (Photo by: Paul Drinkwater/NBC)

I’m warning you … don’t let those parasites in Hollywood poison your minds with pseudo-scientific mumbo jumbo. Don’t waste time grappling with off-the-wall concepts like “toxic masculinity”. Instead, try to imagine your world populated with the type of Black men that White feminists are attempting to groom (I’ll give you a hint: they would all look and sound like Don Lemon from CNN).

Granted, in rap songs, we frequently call you bitches and hoes … and many of us disappear after you’ve given birth to our children … and yes, it’s customary for us to monopolize your car without having a valid driver’s license or money to refill the gas tank … and there’s always a chance that we’re borrowing the car to see other women. But we’ve been doing this shit for years. It’s tradition. Don’t let Meryl Streep and fat ass Rosie O’Donnell get in the way of tradition. 

That’s right – abstain from watching all televised award ceremonies from now on. Don’t waste another minute on MSNBC or CNN. And for the love of God, stop reading Oprah Magazine – she’s a Machiavellian white woman trapped in a Negro’s body … and her fanbase is still primarily CAUCASIAN, which means there will never be a day when she isn’t publicly endorsing white causes. Don’t surrender to her manipulations and emotional pandering.

It seems that while the feminist movement grows stronger, black men and black women are growing further apart. Could this be a coincidence? Sure. But several signs point to a correlation between the decline of successful black relationships and the rapid ascension of White liberal feminism. It means that yet again, Negroes are being led astray by the “enemy.” 

Despite the fact that black couples have been largely egalitarian over the years, African American women are constantly bombarded with the exhortations of white feminists and their high-powered black pawns (ie Oprah Winfrey, Ava DuVernay, and others). This rhetoric will soon begin to permeate the impressionable minds of young black women, and they’ll view themselves as victims of a patriarchal society, despite the data that shows them outpacing their male counterparts in the classroom and the workforce. It’s part of a large scale attempt to shift the balance of power between the sexes by indoctrinating women and persecuting men. This is contributing to the demise of black relationships and fueling more tension between men and women of color.

Why Feminism Began

The movement started quite frankly because white women were tired of being treated like shit by their husbands in the early 1900’s and so they began to fight back.

That’s right – even Lucille Ball was given a backhand to the face anytime she got mouthy at home. And she wasn’t the only one – plenty of white women from that period were either physically or verbally abused and expected only to cook, clean and nurse children.

These restrictions were most common in white households, and that’s why the women’s rights campaign was launched – because they were rightfully fed up with being treated like maids, punching bags and concubines. 

With that said … sisters … here’s a nugget of advice: don’t get caught up in the minutia of modern feminism. You’ve never been deprived of equality because it’s one of the few things black men have always given you unconditionally. 

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The Black Hat is written by  Southern California based  Cory A. Haywood, a freelance writer and expert on Negro foolishness. Contact him via: [email protected] and/or visit his blog:, or send him a message on Twitter: @coryahaywood


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