Wednesday, November 06, 2019

TKC EXCLUSIVE!!! KANSAS CITY WINNERS AND LOSERS RANKED AFTER VOTERS REJECT MLK BLVD & SAVE THE PASEO!!!



A historic vote is complete and Kansas City now stands as not only one of the most violent towns in the nation but also home to the most racially divisive discourse in the American Heartland.

Once and for all, whilst lame political hacks attempt to downplay the culture war implications. There's no denying the racial conflict inherent in this vote and provincial concerns about preserving local history are unconvincing and contrived.

KC doesn't really care about the past as Historic KC will gladly attest whilst standing next to one of many piles of rubble that were once landmark buildings torn down by developers eager to make a few bucks.

Hence, here's a glimpse at some of the headlines across the nation this morning:

New York Times: Kansas City Voters Remove Martin Luther King’s Name From Boulevard

CBS News: Kansas City votes overwhelmingly to remove Martin Luther King Jr.'s name from historic street

Daily Beast: 70% Vote to Remove Martin Luther King’s Name From Kansas City Street

To wit . . .

OUR BLOG COMMUNITY OFFERS THE OFFICIAL KANSAS CITY RANKING OF WINNERS & LOSERS AFTER VOTERS BOLDLY REJECTED MLK BLVD!!!

Consider this quickie list a starting point for discussion and we WELCOME more suggestions from "many sides" of this argument.

THE WINNERS

Our favorite drunken, Irish politico once said that victory has a thousand fathers but none of them are the plebs who actually hit the pavement and got this vote started. Accordingly, here's a glimpse at the people who really garnered a boost after last night's returns.

THE GREAT WHITE NORTHLAND


Our blog community drilled down into this vote and while the margin is EPIC overall -- Don't overlook the impressive fact Clay & Platte County sided with the Save The Paseo by an OVERWHELMING margin even greater than Jackson County . . . Question 5 garnered 77% approval in Platte County and a whopping 81% victory in Clay County.

The Northland doesn't always vote big but this HUUUUUUUGE margin was a clear signal to the urban core about an issue that had little to no impact on our suburban neighbors.

KANSAS CITY MAGA VOTERS


Our thesis last night that was proven correct: Save The Paseo was a MAGA, populist, and politically incorrect vote.

The grassroots campaign touted their diversity constantly, annoyingly but the demographics of their voter support closely matches the same path to victory as the Prez.

Argue their intentions all day but to deny their kinship with the MAGA social media tactics is to ignore the very real possibility (likelihood) that the Democratic Party doesn't have a true populist candidate other than that lovable, ailing, socialist curmudgeon Senator Bernie Sanders.

Meanwhile, Hillary is thinking a lot harder about running again than anyone would dare admit.

CLAY CHASTAIN & KANSAS CITY CITIZEN INITIATIVE PETITIONS


More than anybody else . . .

CLAY CHASTAIN AND CITIZEN INITIATIVE PETITIONS WON LAST NIGHT!!! THE GRASSROOTS DEMOCRACY TOOL OF THE PEOPLE SERVES AS THE ONLY IMPLEMENT TO PUSH BACK SHADY BACKROOM DEALS!!!

Over the past 25 years Clay Chastain has used KCMO citizen initiative petitions more than anybody else and MSM has dismissed and decried this tactic. Today the outcome of this vote proves the viability of the democratic strategy.

THE LOSERS

There's more than enough blame to go around but these public figures seem to be taking the most heat or burden following the vote . . .

VISIT KC SELLING THIS TOWN NOW TAGGED AS RACIST ACROSS THE NATION


Already Missouri is on the NAACP NO-LIST and the vote to rebuke MLK Blvd doesn't make this town seem any more appealing to people of color.

Again, the motivation behind the Save The Paseo effort was complex but in the end the altruistic intentions touted by supporters are just more rhetorical garbage for the news cycle. When all is said and done, voters rejected MLK Blvd and the signs will come down. #Causality #Aristotle

REV. DR. VERNON HOWARD AND URBAN CORE KANSAS CITY BLACK CLERGY


Dr. Howard denounced racism and privilege he claimed motivated many of the Save The Paseo supporters and that statement ignited a firestorm of citywide rebuke.

Moreover, this vote shows us that the power of the Revs to turn out the vote from their own community has faded since the civil rights era.

The African-American clergy didn't inspire a majority of Kansas City voters to do anything but join the ranks of their grassroots opposition.

Finally . . .

THE QUINTON LUCAS COUNCIL COALITION


Again, Mayor Lucas wrote and championed the legislation to rename The Paseo and this was an OVERWHELMING VOTER SMACK DOWN OF HIS POLICY. His strongest allies on the council voted right along with him and now their influence takes a very real hit. Expect to see more challenges to their power in the very near future as the VOTER HONEYMOON FOR MAYOR Q IS NOW COMPLETE.

And so . . .


Let's not pretend this question is settled.

The search is on to find another street to rename after beloved civil rights icon MLK as the debate promises to continue into an already tumultuous 2020 election year.

Developing . . .

104 comments:

Don't blame me, I voted for Kodos said...

The people of KC are the biggest winners today.

Anonymous said...

Do you mean, wieners?

Nah, we're just average.

Anonymous said...

I think Alissia Canady deserves a lot of credit for helping legitimize the Save the Paseo movement. She might end up challenging Quinton successfully next time around. I would vote for her!

Anonymous said...

^^^ +100

Anonymous said...

Count Manny on the losing side. He should have stayed out of the debate.

Anonymous said...

Clay Chastain won something? That makes his record 1-30 or so, right?

Anonymous said...

Democracy lost. Less than 10 voter turnout all total.

Brookside Bob said...

Clay for mayor!

Anonymous said...

It's settled. Now shut the f up and pay your fraudulent property taxes. We got a toy train extension to build!

Anonymous said...

^^^+100

Anonymous said...

^^^^^ Lol!

Anonymous said...

Tweety Bird Q and Faux Newz soothing the public! Everyting is gunna be fine!

Anonymous said...

"There's no denying the racial conflict inherent in this vote and provincial concerns about preserving local history are unconvincing and contrived."

This is total bullshit. Most of the people affected by the change (i.e., those living on the Paseo) opposed it. Had the City Council followed the rules, they would never have reached the required majority of residents to enact this name change.

This vote had NOTHING to do with race, and a city that has elected two black mayors in a row (both of whom faced white opponents) should not be accused of racism based on this one vote.

Shame on those who are trying to make this something it is not.

Anonymous said...

Had the City Council followed the rules


ROFL very funny. They haven't followed any rules for eight freaking years and still are not.

Anonymous said...

Shame on em! Dat will teach em a leeson!


LOL uh huh sure it will

Anonymous said...

The Save the Paseo were interviewed on the news last night. No coverage of the opposition? Was this too hot for the media to cover? Gnashing of teeth? Not for public consumption.

Anonymous said...

Tony, you're an idiot on this one. I voted yes because I didn't like "special interest groups" railroading something illegally through City Council. If they can do it with something as small as a street name change, what next? How much is that going to cost me as a taxpayer next time?

I don't like how things were pushed through with the streetcars or the airport and I don't think City Council listens to what their actual constituents think.

Message sent loud and clear yesterday. Now let's work to fix up the ALREADY EXISTING MLK Park and put in a fountain, statue and some decent playground equipment. A community gathering place that would really make MLK proud and not renaming a historic street that has sentimental value for a lot of people.

This whole thing was a stupid waste of time and money in my opinion.

Anonymous said...

I hate Trump but I voted to Save the Paseo.

Trump will lose and the Paseo will be around long after his term is up!

Anonymous said...

Manny Abarca is a BIG Loser. People will remember his racism accusations next time he runs for office. Maybe he should look into getting a real job for once in his life.

Anonymous said...

True statements above...it was not about race, it was about the City Council not following a legal process, and it bit them in the ass in the end. Hell, you really want the city council to start LISTENING to the citizens, force them to be like other cities and have their meetings in the evening when the citizens can actually attend. But nope, they work bankers hours so they can do sneaky crap like this.

The only real winner, though, was MoDOT. Notice how they had not changed any of the signs on the interstate exits yet? They sat back and waited to see if they would even need to spend the money, unlike the City, who in their infinite wisdom must now pay labor to put the old signs back up! At least they weren't completely dumb and kept the old signs...

Anonymous said...

Name the toy train after him unless you're scared all the lilly white tourists won't ride the MLK Express.

Anonymous said...

It was always about race and the racist Northeast News led the fight. They're a trump outlet. They need to be shut down!

Anonymous said...

Manny said you're a racist, white supremacist and possibly literal KKK for this comment. Check your priviledge.

Anonymous said...

Playing the race card failed. KNOCKED THE FUCK OUT! LOL!!!

Anonymous said...

^^^^^

@ 8:26 You are an idiot. Trump has nothing to do with the Paseo, that is just a spin to get everyone worked up fool. And if you hate Trump you need to give up your job and start giving your money to the illegals because that is what you stand for. Giving our jobs away and supporting non citizens and giving other countries our money. STUPID!

Anonymous said...

I wonder How Long will it take to put the OLD SIGNS back up.......... Where are the OLD SIGNS. Will KC need to have NEW SIGNS made..... HOW LONG WILL IT TAKE???....

Anonymous said...

Quinton Lucas only is Mayor because Jolie Justus much worse than him.

Anonymous said...

Frank White, with his cutting edge business skill is probably planning on putting the old The Paseo signs up for sale with more stadium seats.

Anonymous said...

The people of KC are the biggest winners today.


Until the property tax bills hit the mailboxes in a few weeks.

Anonymous said...

A large number of black folks voted to change back to Paseo. No racism here. Nothing to see, move on. Crying racist is way off base here Tony.

Anonymous said...

Mayor Tweety Bird Q is assuring us a splendid time is guaranteed for all!

chuck said...

I think 8:44 is right.

There is no way, I guess to categorically prove it, but I betcha Black people who live on the Paseo, did NOT want the name changed.

Property values would have dipped and everyone knew it.

Anonymous said...

8:33: You're the idiot. Anti-MLK voters have been accused of being Trump racists (Tony even had a post to that effect yesterday). I know it's not stylish these days, but please do a little fact-checking before having a hemorrhage on TKC.

Anonymous said...

JUST THE FACTS MA'AM

"Every hour and every dollar expended on this Paseo/MLK boondoggle is time and money NOT spent on KCMO's violence epidemic, safe and clean neighborhoods, affordable housing, efficient transportation, etc."

"Mayor (then Councilmember) Quinton Lucas was wrong.
Jermaine Reed was wrong.
Kathryn Shields was wrong.
Lee Barnes, Jr. was wrong.
Jolie Justus was wrong.
Teresa Loar was wrong.
Scott Taylor was wrong.
Kevin McManus was wrong.
KC Star editorial board was wrong!!!"

Anonymous said...

Trump and this vote were completely different issues but the NYT, CBS, and Daily Beast headlines are the problem. Removed from the headline was any context. A more appropriate headline may have been "Voters in Kansas City raise concerns over renaming historic blvd" or "KC voters say renaming historic BLVD cannot be done unilaterally"

Anonymous said...

It had nothing to do with Q, TKC, Clay the Gad Fly nitwit or the SCLC. It was a rebuke of the Council for ramming a stupid change down the voters throats. The Paseo is on the Registry of Historic Places for God's sake. Rename 6erd street of just clean up MLK Park.

The loser is this blog which got it all wrong.

Anonymous said...

Save Armour Blvd ! Remove the bike lanes !

Anonymous said...

Many reasons to be happy about this result but what makes me happiest is thinking about the midday KMBZ duo. I was car-captive Monday when they were taking tons of calls on this and for a half-hour, I don't think I heard a single one in favor of continuing to honor MLK('s loser family with tons of money KC could better use elsewhere) with this name change. And, even though the callers didn't sound like a bunch of elderly racists; indeed they had great points on how procedures were not followed and why The Paseo was a terrible choice for the rename, the hosts (esp. Jamie) sounded annoyed beyond belief that this was even on the ballot. "Ya, why don't we just vote on everything!!! Like the street car....?" lol

Yes, lets.

Anonymous said...

Stop the streetcar expansion.

Anonymous said...

I would like to see how the people that live along The Paseo voted. Is there a place to find out how those districts voted? I don't think it is a race thing at all, it was that the then city council did not follow their own procedures.
I also think that Tony is wrong in posting a picture of the president at the top of the article. He has had nothing to do with this issue. He didn't issue any comment before or after the vote about it. Put S'liar's and Q's pics in its place, this is squarely on them.

Anonymous said...

Remove the bike lanes, stop the expansion of the toy train: another 2 things this Council did to screw the citizens and voters! Don't believe me ??? put these items on the ballot and see where it goes!!!

Anonymous said...

I hear talk about them wanting to rename another street, but I can't see that happening because it would be put to another vote and I can't see any vote passing

Anonymous said...

Was it racist when the black community shut down changing prospect into mlk blvd not once but twice? Where’s the outrage there? Their own people said not no but hell no twice before this vote. There was a whole bunch of blacks that voted on this yesterday and just because whitey was allowed to vote it’s now racist because they lost again? People please, these are some sore losers trying to blame everybody else because they didn’t get their way. Can we give them participation trophies or something to make it all better!

0-3 bitches

Anonymous said...

The vote south of the River was reported to be 65% "Yes" and 35% "No",, so even if Clay and Platte County votes had been thrown out, the Question would still have passed by almost 2-to-1!

Where's the "racism" in those numbers?

Anonymous said...

9:18 if this blog is such a loser why do you read it everyday at the top of every hour? Only loser I see is you so STFU!

Anonymous said...

Maybe we could name a turd in Brush Creek after MLK?

Anonymous said...

It is absolutely disgusting the Clever had nothing better to do than meddle in City Politics based upon his Reverend cronies demands.
It is also sickening that the City Council supported the MLK street renaming 8 to 4. Jermaine Reed was a sponsor of this bill after it came out that he misrepresented his educational credentials at UMKC on his City wed-page.
No leadership from the Mayor, Sly James on this either.
Thank goodness that Reed and James are not any longer in elected office.

MIZ—- said...

WINNER: MODOT
dodged bullet by not acting too quickly.
Otherwise Missouri taxpayers left paying for bunches of Highway sign changes on I-70; way expensive overhead sign changes

LOSER: KCMO public works
Spent bunches on sign changes only to now spend more to put up new versions of the “old signs”

Super Dave said...

I am surprised Cleaver has been able to not hit the media with some long winded speech on what a travesty this vote was.

Anonymous said...

Didn't the city have to pay a royalty to the family of MLK? Talk about MiLKing a man's legacy.

Anonymous said...

It won't be very long before even the losers in this fiasco are back on the "power players" list.
It's KCMO, after all.
And there are only so many D-list celebrity wannabees to go around.
How are the millions of tax dollars generated CITY-WIDE and spent only in the 3rd District coming along? The "Prospect Corridor" project.
Some serious money for the revs to fight over.

Anonymous said...

We now need a petition to remove bike lanes from the streets.

Anonymous said...

^^^^Damn good idea.

Anonymous said...

Hope the old signs hadn't made it to the scrap heap yet. Then they can sell off the current signs to recoup some of the licensing money sent to the MLK family.

Anonymous said...

Please please START PETITION TO RENAME CLEAVER TO MLK!!!

Anonymous said...

Just goes to show groids won't turn out the vote unless there is some goodie, handout, or other benefit riding on it..

Anonymous said...

And yet they did, weird.

Anonymous said...

Not a peep out of the fat fake revs. It’s almost like their total silence on all the murders in their shithole ghetto.

Anonymous said...

^^Trust me they are racking their small brains trying to figure out how best to spin it. I'm sure Jesse, Al and the whole gang have been in contact on how best to assume victim status.

Super Dave said...

^^^Probably a whole lot of truth to that.

Phil Cardarella said...

One of the many lies from the Save the Paseo folks -- who apparently equated naming a street after an American hero who happened to be black with destruction -- is that the council did not follow the rules in deciding to make the change and did not take the opinion of the public in its deliberations.

Over a year of discussions and public meetings were held. The Council is NOT required to obtain the permission of a percentage of the residents to make a change -- but held those hearings anyway.

The fact is that the Council believed that honoring this uniquely American hero with our unique public highway. that there is no bad time to do the wrong thing. The fact that the electorate chose otherwise is unfortunate -- and the motives of many of the voters is more so.

But, democracy means that the voters are free to make bad decisions. Look at DC.

Anonymous said...

^^STFU

Anonymous said...

Look, Phil the moron throws out more lies and hate.

Anonymous said...

Phil, Hillary lost, get over it. In fact do one better and STFU as 12:51 said!

Anonymous said...

Phil, go back to posting on the red star website you douche.

Anonymous said...

Phil: you are totally wrong on your comments. The City council was bullied by Reed, Clever and the Ministers for the 8 votes they needed for passage. The basic idea of the council honoring an American hero is fine but the implementation of this idea was the PROBLEM.
Separation of Church and State is the foundation of our system. The east side ministers receive tax breaks and should not be involved in policy.
The Council should have never taken this step and they have created a situation of even more division in the City and have now embarrassed this City on a national level.

Anonymous said...

Any refund due the city on the $400,000 paid to the King "family" for use of the name?

Anonymous said...

Mr. Cardarella, the Council WAS REQUIRED by the City Charter to "obtain and to have verified the approval of 75% of the Property Owners whose property abuts the thoroughfare in question" and designated the Planning and Zoning Department as the entity that verifies and certifies the correctness of this documentation. Also note that the Charter makes no distinction between "boulevards" and "streets" using the inclusive word "thoroughfares".
Do not take my word for this, the Charter is available online, read it for yourself. This approval documentation and its verification was not obtained by the Council prior to the vote on the name change.

I understand that it is your desire to protect the reputation and defend the actions of a particular Councilperson, but the facts are that that Councilperson and others on the Council did not follow the City Charter's requirements. PERIOD!

An elected official MUST obey the rules, or, should they make the deliberate choice to flaunt them, must be prepared to accept the consequences of their actions.

I also take offense at your claim that there were "many lies" - HELLO, POT!

Anonymous said...

You can always spot the racist - they're the loudest in proclaiming, "I'm not a racist - BUT..." Which is how Trumpo remains in office.
Not good optics at all, no matter how it's spun. Fuck you, Kansas City.

Anonymous said...

Hey Sly James...
Why don't you assemble an independent group of civic leaders who could look for a 2nd MLK renaming location.
I hear Jermaine Reed would like to be involved. Did you know he has an MBA from UMKC?
I hear he is interested in naming the new KCI- MLK Airport.

Anonymous said...

How ever it is done - it should be executed in a democratic way - like this vote. Gone are the days when Black Revs should be allowed to take these kinds of actions. It’s wrong.

Winners

Save the Paseo
The People of Kansas City
Martin Luther King Jr. legacy
Civil Rights legislation
Democracy
Property owners

Losers

Fraudulent Black Revs
Jermaine Reed
Quinton Lucas
Freedom Inc.
Sharon Sanders Brooks, single despite two last names
Emmanuel Cleaver, who I understand was the puppet master in all of this

Anonymous said...

1:26, throw about the label 'racist' all you want, it means little. The injured class and those that represent them (or have an interest in keeping them down) have overused the term to the point that anything and everything is racist. When you say I am racist what I hear is I have a opinion different from yours. The term has no stigma for me. Sorry, that is your creation, live with it or come up with a new term for shock value.

Anonymous said...

Tony, once again you use the term "The Great White Northland", forcing me to once again point out that the Northland is the location of the "Most Diverse Elementary School" and the "Third Most Diverse High School" in the State of Missouri, according to the statistics published by the State Board Of Education.

Quite a trick for such a "white" part of town, isn't it?

I would invite any of you residents who live south of the River to actually spend some time in the "Northland", and to see for yourselves how diverse the population is.

Don't misjudge the facts that we have a growing population and economy (36% of KCMO population paying 62% of KCMO Tax Revenue) and functioning School Systems. Visit the "Great White Northland" and see for yourselves.

Anonymous said...

Hey Phil, you cocksucking faggot. Why dont you rename one of your buttplugs after MLK and call it a day? Why do we need a fucking street named after the motherfucker?

Anonymous said...

Add Katherine Shields to the list of losers.

Anonymous said...

The reverends are not above the people.

Anonymous said...

Phil-Your statement that the "save the Paseo" folks "apparently equated naming a street after an American hero who happened to be black with destruction" is false. They opposed renaming THAT street. Try renaming a numbered street. No one will care, and we still have the MLK signs.

As for being concerned how the New York Times reported the vote, they were very even-handed, and they gave the views of the long-time residents of Paseo. Maybe the rename the streets crowd should have done that before rushing the change trough the council.

Anonymous said...

How bout naming something local like.. Martin Luther Kings Jr.s Tax Assessment, Gentrification and Displacement Department?

Anonymous said...

So q and the fat fake revs are worried that we’re gonna be called a racist city for voting this down, just the third time it’s lost by the way and the first two were voted down by all the black people on prospect..... twice! If q was smart he and the fat fake revs would go on tv an admit they had a terribly flawed plan and it was wrong to do what they did but they won’t, they’d rather let the national news drag kc down as racist when in fact race had nothing to do with it. These ass hats want to save face by continuing the lie and make an entire city look bad, what’s that tell you right there.

Put the blame where it lies..... q, you listening?

Anonymous said...

I know

LET’S CHANGE THE NAME “CESAR CHAVAZ” to “MLK”

Anonymous said...

Phil Cardarella at 12:50 comment, son of a KC mobster, husband of Kathryn Shields, DESPERATELY tries to deflect his wife's malfeasance in the UNDEMOCRATIC action of the KCMO Council to force this name change action.

Cardarella wrote, "..there is no bad time to do the wrong thing." He spoke his truth for a change on that one!

On Tuesday's vote to reverse the corrupt Council action, Cardarella, whose wife (Shields) grandstanded after the Council ignored the public, wrote "The fact that the electorate chose otherwise is unfortunate." Cardarella and Shields hate dealing with voters who are awake and engaged. They much prefer operating in the darkness and secrecy of back rooms and under the table transfers of cash.

Anonymous said...

Actually, I’m ok with Kansas City being known as a racist city. It’s a lot better than being a shithole sanctuary city.

Anonymous said...

12:50 Phil, you can stop now, auditions are over! You were not selected!

Anonymous said...

Fuck the fat fake revs.

Anonymous said...

Eat shit Cardarella

Anonymous said...

The homo mayor got his ass kicked. I hope he liked it.

Anonymous said...

Fellatio Phil is a crybaby. Haven’t heard a peep out of his loudmouth wife.

Charlie Horse said...

Hey fat rev Vernon Howard, you said, "What people will wonder in their minds and hearts is why and how something so good, uplifting and edifying, how can something like that be taken away?" Well get your fat ass out with KC's street crew and start changing those signs now!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...


The MLK foundation does not turn around and invest the royalities back into the KC bkack community, it goes more to something like educating all those fiscally minded dumb white ppl.

What would make black kids go to school more? Black african history? Do not think anyone knows much about it to teach it, besides what a dick head belgium and other coloialists were/are? Or would that just make blk students more pissed off?

Go back farther in black histry than MLK,

Teach them about Ogoun,

and maybe that the unconscious impetus to wearing all those gold chains? Or would that backfire too? Teen girls get into fights, with guns, at basketball games. Teen blk girl shot and killed another teen black girl at a fckn basketball game. Her quote? "i let the fire go."

black flks even conveniently forget how involved their black african brothers were in selling them to all the slave traders and still do in the present day.

https://www.migrationpolicy.org/article/tuareg-migration-critical-component-crisis-sahel?fbclid=IwAR0egMLtWuYEnu7UcyXSnvoGnavjPT8l3cNr3ISFXA5xVRfole4ZCpIL41E -----Tuareg Migration: A Critical Component of Crisis in the Sahel ---- "Although for much of the pre-colonial period there were many kingdoms (such as the Songhai Empire) throughout North and West Africa, the Tuareg moved freely throughout the region because most polities were without defined or enforced borders. The Tuareg managed trade routes for gold, ivory, salt, and black African slaves, and provided services to trade caravans throughout the Sahel."

https://www.jstor.org/stable/3172148?seq=1&fbclid=IwAR2LoLheRDee189xvXcK6AhzBn0KfVLfLquKOTYL0yNTDeGtZlld-9MSYSQ#page_scan_tab_contents


as long as black people kill far far more of one another in the US than the police, their complaints about the police are going to remain ridiculous to a large portion of the white community.

Maybe black africans, or some of the black african immigrants, should send some representative to US schools to give them some knowledge of themselves beyond the what little they really know about the history of slavery, and teach history long before MLK.

for some reason a big self confidence booster is for young black men to run around and make videos of themselves waving guns around. If blk pissed off kids stopped the shit with their guns and killing one another, pretty sure police would be less likely to fear for their safety when dealing with the black community.
-----------Ogun-----------------------
In Yoruba religion, Ogun is a primordial orisha who first appeared as a hunter named Tobe Ode. Orisha to descend to the realm of Ile Aiye ("Earth"), to find suitable place for future human life. In some traditions he is said to have cleared a path for the other gods to enter Earth, using a metal ax and with the assistance of a dog. To commemorate this, one of his praise names, or oriki, is Osin Imole or the "first of the primordial Orisha to come to Earth". He is the god of war and metals.








Anonymous said...

^^^ WTF IS THAT GIBBERISH???

Anonymous said...

Ha! What a bunch of FUBAR frauds all those race hustlers, Revs, and fools like Phil are! Killa Shitty is already designated as Rayciss! Damned dummies must have forgotten about the NAACP's advisory, a couple years ago, that warns blacks to be cautious of travel throughout the entire state of Missouri.

Anonymous said...

Yep. REV CARWASH's RIGGED ROAD RENAMING.....

.....GOT "THROWED!"

Anonymous said...

Oh, Chimpy, you're such a pathetic simpy. It's not good optics for you to be ramming bananas up your butt, silly monkey.

chuck said...

4:23
3:56 is at first, referring to King Leopld (Read Leopod's Gold), when Belgium ruled parts of Africa and took not gold, but RUBBER out. The occupation was the inspiration for Conrad's "Heart Of Darkness" (Which begat "Apocalypse Now")

The rest is a plea, for admission, from blacks, that it was blacks that sold so many slaves to the New World and the acknowledgement of that fact, might set some people free from the lies and the narratives that have destroyed the black race - especially, since 1964.

The comment actually makes sense. At least to me.

Anonymous said...

They'll want to name some street after Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Make it one that people don't live on, because it will be a real bitch to have to type or write that mouthful on an envelope. That alone is justification for having to get approval from 75% of property owners.

Anonymous said...

Somewhere in heaven, James Earl Ray is smiling.

Anonymous said...

james earl jones is more famous than james earl ray, if that makes you feel better.

Anonymous said...

i am sure chimpy rather stick up banana up his ass than you stink eyed red headed little cock.

Anonymous said...

4:55: Had there been no buyers, there would have been no sellers.

Anonymous said...

Except many of those buyers were fellow Africans, when there was something as sophisticated as commerce going on. More often it was tribal bloodshed, rape, and enslavement of the other savages.

Sorry. Wakanda is not only fictional, it's a hilarious parody of real African history.

Anonymous said...

It was never about race, you small-minded twit. The big fat revs wanted to make it so, but they couldn’t.

Anonymous said...

I’d not only sign it, I’d gather signatures for that effort.

Anonymous said...

The Paseo is in the jurisdiction of the Parks Board and it should have stayed there. The Clowncil should not have gotten involved.

KC watcher said...

^^^^ TRUE.

Finally a reasonable comment on here!