Yesha Callahan

Levi Pettit, Ex-OU Student in SAE Racist Chant Video Apologizes at Black Church

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Levi Pettit, the 20-year-old former University of Oklahoma fraternity member caught on video singing a racist song with other chapter members, apologized Wednesday while being surrounded by Black clergymen and leaders at a Black church in Oklahoma.

“There are no excuses for my behavior. I never thought of myself as a racist. I never considered it a possibility,” Pettit told reporters. “But the bottom line is that the words that were said in that chant were mean, hateful and racist.

“I will be deeply sorry and deeply ashamed of what I’ve done for the rest of my life,” he said.

“I’m not here today to talk about where I learned the chant or how it was taught,” he said. “I’m here to apologize for what I did. The truth is that what was said in that chant is disgusting.”

Before making his apology, Pettit did what seems customary nowadays when a white person’s racist ways are exposed. He met with Black preachers. He said he did not realize how hurtful the words he was seen singing are to African-Americans. “I would do absolutely anything to take it back if I could,” he said.

The meeting was arranged by State Sen. Anastasia Pittman (D) and she said Pettit initially texted her to apologize. “This is just the beginning of a great conversation in our community,” she said.

Image Credit: AP/NBC News 

  1. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    My question is would he be so remorseful IF he had not gotten caught? Someone who would say such things, in my opinion, doesn’t just “change.” It’s in their heart. Of course, all he has to do is make an appearance before the Black church, and all is well. Man, many of us can be so gullible.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @noirluv45

      OMG! As soon as i read the title rihanna’s take a bow started to play in my head : ” don’t tell me you’re sorry cause you’re not, baby when i know you’re only sorry you got caught”

      But you put on quite a show, really had me goin’
      now it’s time to go
      curtains finally closing
      la la la la la la
      Question: do black folks really believe in those redemptions?

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @noirluv45

      T don’t think that they are gullible. I think they received something out of this.

  2. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Black people are so pitiful sometimes. Why do some feel the need to make white people feel better about their racism. He met with black church leaders? Who cares! Is that suppose to absolve him of his racism? Not to me. This person has not changed and no amount of meeting with black leaders will convince me of that.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Tanielle

      And this is exactly the reason why Oprah questioned Black leadership in the U.S. People are too easily bought.

  3. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Church negros and their “forgiveness”. What does that get us? This is part of the reason why nobody respects us as a people. Shun homosexuals friends and neighbors, but forgive white folk transgressions?

    I hate to make this comparison, but it’s apt. Had he sung a song about Jews, do think that even the most bootleg of Rabbis would have stood with him?

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @BillipPhailey

      Exactly!!! Forgive someone singing about lynching black people but someone BORN to love someone of their same sex is damned to hell. I simply cannot with that backward hateful thinking.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @BillipPhailey

      Bilip, I have this conversation on a regular basis with my family members. I think the church has forgiveness mixed up. The bible says 70 x 7. Surely, we reached that more than a hundred years ago.

      That church had no business giving him a platform to allow him to feel better about himself.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @BillipPhailey

      The black church is knee deep with homosexuals. The black church goes to prison and forgive black people who have committed all types of crimes. Your upset because a lot of black churchs doesn’t cosign gay marriage.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @Objection

        That the “chetch” puts homosexuals and prisons in the same breath says everything about its values. Fair or not, being a homophobe is being on the wrong side of history and humanity. Don’t give people a reason to marginalize you.

  4. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Jeezus criest……so he never thought he was a racist until his exposure to the public at large….and people are supposed to be like “oh ok cool he said sorry”…..church people will be the 1st to call another black person a ni@@er and condemn whilst missing the 2X4 all up in their face…..I don’t need them forgiving anyone on my behalf…..as a sidenote Google how many members of SAE are in governors mansions, the congress and senate …..that’s who these church folk need to step to

  5. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    This man’s level of denial is epic. ” I never thought of myself as a racist. I never considered it a possibility.” What the HELL?!

  6. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Bill Wilkinson, the former grand wizard of the KKK, and a proud white supremacist, was dscovered last week living in Belize. He runs a very lucrative resort and has the full support of the islands black residents. In 2015 , the colonized mind is as prevalent as ever.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @joe

      smh-

      I would not be surprised if many of those same people would look down on Black Americans as all of us being criminals, on welfare, etc.

      • March 26, 2015 - Reply

        @vintage3000

        Exactly! They’ll have the nerve to look down on black Americans while an unrepentant white supremacist is living openly among them. He actually opened a popular resort where he’s exploited the country’s great beauty and natural resources to become quite wealthy. It’s sickening.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @vintage3000

        While Mexico and Honduras won’t let their black asses in their door.

  7. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    They look foolish standing behind him. Smh.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Taz

      Don’t they though, with that ‘we are the upstanding representatives of the negroe community’ look. And I HATE that smug look on that woman’s face, all pleased as punch to stand behind that disgraced white boy.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @vintage3000

        *dead* I HATE that look.

      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

        @vintage3000

        that’s her boy standing there making her proud

  8. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    “I’m not here today to talk about where I learned the chant or how it was taught”

    the white racist version of not snitching. so basically he sees himself as taking one for the team so none of his other frat boys have to go down in racist shame with him.

  9. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Of course it’s easy to rent a coon out of the black clergy. Forgiveness my backside.

  10. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    If he hasn’t been caught, he would have still been chanting that racist song. How many times had it happened before? Honestly, this is too much. People will do whatever they have to do to keep their reputations intact. If they can be “forgiven” all the time, why change?

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Melissa

      Exactly. I have this conversation with family members each and every week.

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        It reinforces the negative behavior. Singing songs about segregation and lynching? It’s OK! You’re forgiven!

  11. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    I would not be a member of a church that would let that man speak, and would not be ministered by a preacher that stood beside him. These knuckleheads allowed some partying frat boy to use them the same way politicians use us as props. Anybody want to bet that some ninjas got paid got this stunt?

    For the sake of argument, let’s assume this man is genuinely sorry. Why can’t he hold a press conference from his home church with his actual minister beside or behind him?

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      …and you know what? I’ll bet the frat boy’s family gave a big chunk to the church’s “building fund,” as a token of their “sincerity.” Crooks all around…

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Anthony

      Yep, it’s sad all around. He’ll never be seen in that neighborhood again in this life.

      • March 26, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        You know you’re right!

  12. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    “This is just the beginning of a great conversation in our community,” she said.

    Time will tell if he will change. Maybe he will, maybe he will not. Some blacks with forgive him, others will not. Some black communities have welcomed back people who have done equal or worse. Murderers, rapist, drug dealers, and child molesters have all found homes within the black community.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Objection

      That makes no sense. Every community has criminals within it. That has nothing to do with forgiving a hostile outsider.

      • March 26, 2015 - Reply

        @Anthony

        Forgiveness is forgiveness Anthony. Every community does not have hostel criminals within it.

        • March 26, 2015 - Reply

          @Objection

          every community does except if you are not living on earth like the rest of us

          • March 26, 2015 - Reply

            @eve-audrey

            Nope. There are communities where “hostile outsiders” can’t offered to live. There are gated communities with their own grocery stories. You would be surprise how some communities live. I think black folks need to develop communities like the Quakers.

            • March 26, 2015 - Reply

              @Objection

              I did not say hostile outsiders, and every known evil doer is not a convicted felon either. A whole lot of them hold high and respected positions.

              • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                @Anthony

                You need to reread what I said. I was talking about criminals who were allowed back into some black communities. The black community cannot kick someone out they don’t know is a criminal Anthony.

                It doesn’t makes sense to forgive criminals; but not white people who apologize for racist comments. But some black communities think it does.

                • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                  @Objection

                  All known criminals are not convicted felons. Not all evil doers are convicted felons. Many communities look up to powerful criminals like the traditional Italian communities in NYC.

                  • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                    @Anthony

                    All known criminals are not convicted felons.

                    A person cannot be a criminal unless the person is found guilty of a crime Anthony. You’re starting to sound like a white person. You can’t label a person a criminal if the person hasn’t been convicted of a crime.

                    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                      @Objection

                      “A person is only a criminal if convicted of a crime.” That is true only in the dictionary of Objection.

                      • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                        @Anthony

                        Remember the words you typed Anthony. When white folks label black people as criminals although they haven’t been convicted of a crime; you shouldn’t have anything to say.

                        In November 2016, Zimmerman will have the right to vote. A lot of black folks will not.

                        • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                          @Objection

                          No, Zimmerman is not a criminal according to the state of Florida, and frankly the only thing most white folks like about him is that he killed Trayvon Martin. If he had killed a white kid, we all know that he would not be welcome in Sanford, Florida.

                        • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                          @Objection

                          What is your point in saying this? Are you not aware of the prison industrial complex? The public school to prison pipeline? Do you visit Clutch on purpose to stir up trouble and to get other Clutch posters off topic?

                          • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                            @ALM247

                            Do you visit Clutch on purpose to stir up trouble and to get other Clutch posters off topic?

                            Please show me where I started trouble? My comments are very clear. What rules of Clutch have I broken?

            • March 26, 2015 - Reply

              @Objection

              There are also guilty people who live in those gated communities that you mention who haven’t been caught yet.

              • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                @ALM247

                I want to make sure everyone understands what I mean by criminal. A person is a “criminal” when the person has been found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt. A person charged with a crime is a “suspect.”

                No community can or should kick a “suspect” out of the community, until the “suspect” has been found guilty beyond a reasonable doubt.

                You all are free to forgive, and make excuses for accepting criminals back into the black community.

                • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                  @Objection

                  Well i guess white folks are right then zimmerman is not a criminal since he has not been convicted and the black community does really have criminal tendencies given that there are more convicted black people than white people.

                  Your thinking is wrong but i need to go to sleep

                  • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                    @eve-audrey

                    Well i guess white folks are right then zimmerman is not a criminal since he has not been convicted

                    Exactly. A lot of white folks know the game and a lot of black folks don’t. Get you some sleep.

                • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                  @Objection

                  “You all are free to forgive, and make excuses for accepting criminals back into the black community”.

                  You need to stop generalizing. You apparently didn’t read my comments on this topic. Both the Black church members and the SAE fraternity members are at fault. You have gone off on a tangent on this thread. What do felons returning home have to do with this thread?

        • March 26, 2015 - Reply

          @Objection

          There are criminals in every community. I’m not sure why you believe this is something unique only to black people, but that speaks to your level of ignorance, not to any actual truth.

          There are also plenty of white people who commit crimes and are either welcomed back into high-profile white society or conveniently pardoned. Martha Stewart. Robert Downey Jr. Tim Allen. Pretty much the entire Bush Administration. What exactly do you think happens to white people who commit crimes? You think they just disappear into the ether, never to be heard from again? They are welcomed back in their communities too, some even back into positions of power despite their previous actions. Yet somehow you seem more concerned in chastising the black community for something that is true across most of America.

          In case you weren’t paying attention to Ferguson, the justice system is largely biased in who exactly ends up convicted of a crime, no matter how meaningless, ridiculous or unwarranted, and who magically gets acquitted even when they do break the law. The fact that you think conviction is the final word on criminality speaks to a naïve trust on your part in the fairness and accuracy of the judicial system.

          Is the black community perfect? No. No community is. But
          your believe that the black community is so morally and reprehensibly tarnished that they have no right to stand up against those who publicly degrade them speaks to something twisted in you, not in the black community as a whole.

          • March 26, 2015 - Reply

            @RettCall

            I’m not sure why you believe this is something unique only to black people,

            Please show me where I said this.

            • March 26, 2015 - Reply

              @Objection

              “Every community does not have hostel criminals within it.”

              • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                @RettCall

                That sentence does not say criminals are only in black communities. Your getting offended by something I didn’t say.

                • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                  @Objection

                  Your entire ridiculous argument is based on your belief that
                  the black community accepts criminals back into their neighborhoods and when confronted with the fact that all communities do this your immediate response
                  was that they don’t. So yes, you are saying that black communities are the sole perpetrators of this act by refusing to accept that criminals returning back to their communities is not at all uncommon and that all communities, not just the black ones, accept criminals back.

                  But please, go ahead and backtrack if you must.

                  • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                    @RettCall

                    Your not speaking truthfully so I’m not going to respond back to you. I’ll wait for the next person.

                    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

                      @Objection

                      Is that Internet speak for I don’t have an argument anymore? Next time you want to call out the black community for something you should probably make sure it’s not something that can be generalized across all communities.

                      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

                        @RettCall

                        I never said ever black community had criminals in it. Anthony was the person that said every community had criminals in it.

                        But, I will entertain you. Here goes, every black community has black criminals in it. Happy now?

                        • March 27, 2015 - Reply

                          @Objection

                          You are the only one here linking criminals solely to the
                          black community. Everyone else has rightfully pointed out that criminals exist in ALL communities, white, Asian, Hispanic, simply because criminals aren’t shepherded onto some island in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean. You continue to shift goalposts and deflect rather than answer to the holes in your original statement.

                          • March 27, 2015 - Reply

                            @RettCall

                            I gave you what you wanted. Now, go cry over some racist calling you names. You need some tissue?

                            • March 27, 2015 - Reply

                              @Objection

                              Again with the deflection. Are you fully incapable of seeing
                              your own argument to the end? You initially painted the black communities as overly accepting of criminals. It’s pointed out to you that every community accepts criminals. You are the one who made the inane connection between black criminality and forgiving racists. If you’re unwilling to stick by that, then just say so. No need to get hostile or defensive because of the weaknesses in your own argument.

                              • March 27, 2015

                                @RettCall

                                Your lying on me so I’m getting hostel. I know exactly what I said the first time. Now, I’m going to accept the argument you claim I made. Here goes, every black community accepts criminals out of prison. Every black community forgives black criminals. No other community does this. Happy now?

                                So, please explain to me why it’s OK to forgive rapist, child molesters and every no good black snake in the grass; but not white racist?

                              • March 27, 2015

                                @Objection

                                Most criminals are nonviolent offenders. There’s not a
                                wealth of murderers and rapists hanging around the black community. But for the sake of your argument, why are you under the impression that the same people who won’t forgive racists are the same people who WILL forgive murders and child molesters? I, and many other black people, are perfectly capable of not forgiving both.

                                Is that the crux of your argument? That because black
                                criminals live in black communities, black people have no right to refuse the PR apology of a racist white teen from a different community all together. If you’re going along that road then no community on the planet has a right to reject those who hurt them.

                                This is that “black on black crime” argument white people like to make whenever one of their own gets in his head about killing a black man. It sounds just as illogical when you make it because it purports that black people as a whole are unaware of the problems faced in their communities, and that by virtue of being imperfect black people have no right to seek recourse for actions taken upon them.

                              • March 27, 2015

                                @RettCall

                                You have not answered my question. I will give you one more chance. Here goes:

                                So, please explain to me why it’s OK to forgive rapist, child molesters and every no good black snake in the grass; but not white racist?

                              • March 27, 2015

                                @Objection

                                “Why are you under the impression that the same people who won’t forgive racists are the same people who WILL forgive murders and child molesters?” Did you miss that part? Your problem is that you are assuming black people can’t refuse to forgive both. It’s not Sophie’s Choice.

                              • March 27, 2015

                                @RettCall

                                I knew you weren’t going to answer my question. I’m out.

                              • March 27, 2015

                                @Objection

                                I responded to your question in three paragraphs, but apparently didn’t give you the answer you wanted to hear.

                              • March 28, 2015

                                @Objection

                                you are wrong

    • March 28, 2015 - Reply

      @Objection

      so true, the crack smoking canadian mayor rob ford found solace and forgiveness in the black church, except he’s white.

      • March 30, 2015 - Reply

        @Rizzo

        Ugh, I lived in Toronto, then. It was so stupid.

  13. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    You got to be kidding me. We are so quick to pick us these white folks and open our arms of forgiveness to them. That asshat knew what he was doing. There isn’t an apology he can give to make me change my mind. He can’t take that apology and shove it! I know God teaches forgiveness but he also spoke about wisdom and it seems like a lot of people that surrounding that fool lack it. As long as we keep forgiving and turning our back on a growing trend (Yes…White folks using the n-word is a growing trend in my opinion) the craziness will not stop.

  14. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Shoutout to his publicist…that’s all I got

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @♎Lauren♎

      It was a greatly choreographed event. I feel you.

  15. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    There are many words that should be displayed about this issue. Many people here have shown the truth on this racist male. First, he refuses to explain where he learned the chant and how was it taught to him. That is interesting, because his bigotry was definitely not only shown by him, but by others in that fraternity. He could have easily gotten into more detail about where the evil chant originated from. His white privilege allowed him to speak in front of black clergymen and one State Senator (who are all black). Many of us have to stop being played and be real. The truth is that the actions of Pettit represent a carefully orchestrated photo op. Let’s call it as we see it. It has covered by the mainstream media news coverage and that event outlines the trappings of a smokescreen.

    Just because he said that he never thought of himself as a racist doesn’t mean that he is not a racist. He’s a racist and he was caught on tape. That is why he said that he was sorry. If no one knew about what those members of that frat did, then he would of not of said that he was sorry in public. Some whites exploit our huge posterity for forgiving people as a way to cover up the real issue (which is there is a serious problem of racism, misogyny, abuse, and elitism found in many Greek organizations) and to save their reputations. The racist chant video certainly documents to us that we have a long way to go and we have to be even more proactive to advance our human rights.

  16. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    How old is he? He looks like he is in his mid forties.

    Those folks standing up there with him need to have their behinds spanked.

    I wonder what the going rate is for an individual church’s soul, these days? $5,000 to the missionary society and another $5,000 to the pastor’s “love offering”?

    They will never see him again. He has used them for his purposes, and they got whatever donation they requested. It’s a win for everyone involved isn’t, and racism is now over……..

    “There are no excuses for my behavior. I never thought of myself as a racist. I never considered it a possibility,”

    And that is one of my pet peeves. There are probably very few white people actually think that they are racist. Racism is not just running around underneath a white sheet damaging property and taking lives. Racism is a system of actions that hinder, reverse, undo and destroy the progress of a race of people.

    Surely, speaking of hanging a group of people couldn’t be anything but racism.

    We shouldn’t waste anymore time on this. He is not going to change. He only did this because he is embarrassed in front a few of his offended WHITE friends.

    He doesn’t care about that church or its members. He’d not going to change, because he doesn’t really think that he did anything wrong. This is all to cover his behind and the behind of his frat brothers.

    The church is doing the community a disservice by doing this. Being bought off and issuing forgiveness for an entire race of people…..We are NOT a monolith.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @ALM247

      But according to Common , We still need to be more forgiving ,,i need to give the Internet a break sigh

      • March 26, 2015 - Reply

        @blogdiz

        Me too, blogdiz. LOL

      • March 27, 2015 - Reply

        @blogdiz

        Common is trying to get a love offering too.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @ALM247

      The SAE guy really doesn’t make me mad at all. He is what he is, and just like any other worm, he trying to figure out how to crawl back under a nice, damp rock.

      Those black folks, however, disgust me. I have much more respect for an honest prostitute on the corner than I have for any of these Christians for sale.

      • March 26, 2015 - Reply

        @Anthony

        They all bother me….the SAE guy with his old looking behind, his other chanting frat brothers, and the Black church folks standing there with him, with their selective forgiveness open to the highest (or possibly the lowest) bidder.

        • March 26, 2015 - Reply

          @ALM247

          I can understand that. Afterall, these folks probably dog gays when their churches would have no music without gay choir directors and musicians.

  17. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    I also meant to type that this is one of my main gripes within the Black race. Some (not all) Black people will literally kill someone over $10 and hate other Black people that we barely know, but this racist jerk gets to stand in front of the church and receive immediate forgiveness. We really need to evaluate the way we dole out forgiveness.

    I have seen this behavior my entire life. This type of thinking is the same reason that George Zimmerman is out here doing interviews and making statements about our Ivy League educated President, but someone in the neighborhood killed Sean because he owed them $20.

    Stop being so weak minded, and man up and woman up!

  18. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    This news conference literally made me sick, I had to change the station to Judge Judy.

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Tony

      lol-Judge Judy would have told that bigot to shove his apology.

  19. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    you are ashamed that you got caught loser

  20. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    Funny how he wouldn’t say where he learned the. racist chant. Trying to take a bullet for his racist rat friends. I don’t know what is more disgusting these uncle toms or this racist POS

    • March 26, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      All of them should be ashamed of themselves.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @Mary Burrell

      I say they are equally disgusting. The one thing I find offensive is the black people behind him in the photo. We need to stop standing behind Caucasians and stand up for one another SMH

  21. March 26, 2015 - Reply

    It is blatant hypocrisy to sit there and talk about forgiveness when black folks don’t get the same treatment in return. They are thugs, drug dealers, criminals and all sorts of other nasty things to the outside world and deserve bad treatment. Nobody goes out of their way to give black folks the benefit of the doubt. That is why black kids get shot dead on the street on a regular basis. The point of an apology is that it means you have changed your attitudes and behaviors and we know for a fact that as a SOCIETY America has not changed the policies towards black folks which depict them of the lowest form of life on the planet and not deserving of any sympathy. But oohhh you got Negroes who can’t wait to come out of hiding to bend down and kiss ol’e massa’s behind and show the world how much of a lack of self respect they have.

    SAE is one of the largest fraternities in the country and founded in the antebellum South at the University of Alabama. When first started, it was limited to Southern States and when the Civil War started, 90 percent of its members fought with the Confederate Army. This chant is simply one of many chants and traditions they have relating to slavery. And with all of that lore and tradition, they have still gone on to become one of the largest fraternities nation wide. So what does that tell you? Racism is the core historical foundation of ALL of white society in America. Period. Greek letter, Northern or Southern. It is all founded on the same principles as the country itself.

    American society hasn’t even officially or formally apologized for slavery yet, but Negroes want to be seen forgiving folks as soon as they tell them that they were happy for the black suffering that made this country what it is today…. And what has all that butt kissing and apologizing gotten black folks? Nothing. And that is the sick part. Negroes are still on the bottom of the ladder physically poor but they sure act rich in ‘spirit’ when it comes to this kind of stuff, as if that means something.

    . You can’t find me any Jewish people apologizing for Hitler or his believers. Nowhere.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @D1Mind

      I agree 100%.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @D1Mind

      Agreed. Great post!

  22. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    After this, he’ll run back to his racist white bubble and get pats on the back for putting on a good show.
    This will barely affect his chances in life. I’m embarrassed for every black person in that picture that got played.

    • March 27, 2015 - Reply

      @roo08

      I don’t think they “got played”. They got something out of this.

      • March 28, 2015 - Reply

        @ALM247

        True. Either way they are fools.

  23. March 27, 2015 - Reply

    Very Smart Brothers blog has a very funny post on this topic.

  24. March 29, 2015 - Reply

    AND ALL IS FORGIVEN… dafuq!

  25. March 30, 2015 - Reply

    Black people are always suckered into “forgiving” some heinous act performed by some hateful, ignoramus white person. It makes me sick to my stomach. White people commit their dastardly deeds, then when they are busted, they want to be forgiven by Black people they hurt, and dumb Black people accommodate them. The first thing well-known and highly respected Gabe Pressman asked Abner Louima when he pushed through the family crowded around Louima’s bed was, “Do you forgive him?” Didn’t ask how Louima was feeling, etc., no, just “Do you forgive him.?” I think Louima said something like God has to forgive him – the thug cop. Black people take that church forgiving thing too far. Thug whites always seek out those type of people to back them up when they get busted doing something foul. And – invariably they back them up and support them. Disgusting!

  26. March 30, 2015 - Reply

    Nice P.R.-in’.

    (puke)

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