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Black 'Idiots' Respond To Olympics Champ

Black ‘Idiots’ Respond To Olympics Champ

Color is the bugaboo that we just cannot escape – even and especially when it should be the least important thing discussed. Which brings me to the discussions that the ignorant, race-mongers are having pursuant to Gabby Douglas.

Miss Douglas has won two gold medals at the London Olympic Games. But in her case, winning two gold medals isn’t enough. The obligatory focus on the color of her skin by the politically correct, is sickening, but the ridicule she is receiving from blacks punctuates the statement made by Rev. James Manning that “black people are honorless, incorrigible idiots.”

Bob Costas would have never forgiven himself if he hadn’t rushed to make the point that Gabby was the first black to win Olympic gold in gymnastics. To which I respond – so flipping what? If she hadn’t won would he have said she was another black gymnast not to win? Placing the weight of focus on her as the first hyphenated American to win the gold medal in the most coveted title in all of women’s gymnastics is the poisonous mutagen of fools.

She won gold in a sport that has been historically dominated by the Russians and Romanians. She is only the fifth American woman in Olympic history to win gold in the all-around competition and the first American woman to win gold in both the all-around and the team competitions.

Gabby’s story is no more unique and inspiring than that of almost every Olympic athlete there. I’ve personally been involved, in one way or another, with Olympic athletes for over 20 years. I’ve been to the Olympic games and had planned to attend the London games. I personally know Olympic athletes who are participating in London and who have participated in the summer and winter games of the past. I am on a first-name basis with Olympic coaches from around the world and chief executives of the different Olympic regimens.

I’ve spent literally years in accumulated time, at Olympic training centers located around the country – and no – it had nothing to do with being in the media.

And I can tell you, without fear of contradiction, that every single Olympic athlete, and every single athlete who was unsuccessful in their quest to make an Olympic team, is a unique and inspiring story.

If the “incorrigible idiots” and PC bigots want to reference this beautiful young lady as a role model to other young girls, let them do it honestly.

The last thing young black girls should be looking at Gabby Douglas as is a black athlete. They should be looking at her as a young lady who had a dream, set a goal, and has spent her short life pursuing it.

She wasn’t hanging on street corners talking about her baby’s daddy and she isn’t a candidate for the Jerry Springer show. At school she didn’t need the school daycare center because the sweat beads on her brow are from hard work not a hot room with some gangster wannabe loser.

She should be recognized as a role model because neither before nor after she gave praise and her thanks to God Almighty, was she hanging out in the street, having abortions, doing drugs, or doing her best gangsta’ imitation.

She should be recognized because she is a lady and an athlete America can be proud of. But for the “incorrigible idiots,” that isn’t good enough. Black blogs and social sites are aflutter with harsh criticism of Gabby because they didn’t like her hair. That’s right – they castigated her because of her hair.

In their minds, Gabby Douglas was representing black women and her hair should not have been pulled back in a ponytail (like that of her teammates, I should note). I guess in their diseased minds, Gabby should have done her routines in flowing wigs like those of Beyonce and Oprah

Gabby Douglas wasn’t representing blacks and it is not only betise, but a contemptibly specious argument, to segregate her from the United States Olympic Gymnastic Team by suggesting same. She was representing The United States of America, and those colors are red, white, and blue. And as such, this young lady became the first “American” to win gold in the both the all-round competition and the team competition.

Gabby has been to places around the world that these faceless jackals couldn’t find on a map. Not only does she know who her father is, but she also knows he’s not some bum hanging out on the corner smoking crack wearing $200 sneakers somebody shoplifted. Which means her mother is woman with good morals and absolutes.

When someone mentioned to Gabby that she was the first black American to win the all-around gold she said, “Oh yeah, I forgot that” and laughed. She went on to say that she hoped to inspire people and that her mother had told her she could inspire a nation.

My reminder to this lovely young lady would be for her to tell people that inspiration doesn’t have melanin, but it does have integrity, and a belief in hard work, goal setting, and sacrifice.

That said, if not for the murdering of millions of unborn black children who knows how many black gold medal winners there would be.

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126 Responses to Black ‘Idiots’ Respond To Olympics Champ

  1. Theo Truglio December 4, 2012 at 11:32 pm #

    Promote conservative values in the Republican Party!

    • Mychal Massie
      Mychal Massie December 7, 2012 at 9:43 pm #

      theo truglio: divorce ourselves from repub party…

  2. management skills training September 10, 2012 at 6:53 pm #

    After Clinton’s sensational speech, huge wave of positivity trapped Dems. After Obama’s so-so speech + jobs report, .. not good.

  3. ld August 13, 2012 at 1:25 am #

    mr.massie why is it that in criticism race matters, but in accomplishment is doesn’t

    gabby winning a gold is american history , just as the first female senator would be american history , the first american to walk on the moon would be american history ect.. society is broken down in segments
    nations, states, cities, blacks, whites ,asians ect., male, female
    and we as a society have a tendency to acknowledge when an accomplishment have been made in a glorified endeavor by a segment of society that looks different from typical. im pretty sure when a woman becomes president it would given acknowledgement and also recorded as american history. usually anything outside the norm is acknowleded, its human nature, especially anything glorified. things that are common usually dont get attention.gabby winning gold was uncommon. its hard to ignore changes in things with long “history”

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 13, 2012 at 7:51 pm #

      ld: I am unclear exactly what you are asking me and/or attempting to say…plz rephrase and I will be glad to respond…

  4. Mrs.JWB August 8, 2012 at 8:36 pm #

    My husband and I just laugh (and cry) at the whole hyphenated nationalism. I guess that’s because we’re German-Italian-Welsh-Indian-Scottish-American, and many more….so do we WIN?! or lose because we just TOO much! Oh, did I mention American-Christian? (I wonder what THAT means to most people anymore.)

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 14, 2012 at 1:14 am #

      mrsjwb: hahaha…

  5. Paul August 8, 2012 at 1:49 pm #


    You should be invited to speak at the RNC convention. Of course, you would be drawn and quartered by the left. But you know, I think you could take it.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 14, 2012 at 1:20 am #

      paul: they don’t me to spk…I’d call them all out…

  6. ShadyRay August 8, 2012 at 11:49 am #

    Mychal if everyone looked at things like you do we could truly become a “color blind” world. I was very fortunate that my mother raised me to judge a person by the person, not the 10 pounds of skin that cover them. As I’ve learned over the years good people as well as bad come in all colors, shapes and sizes.

    • charlene ivory August 12, 2012 at 1:06 am #

      Mychal Massie is a house negro. The world doesn’t need to be color blind, people just need to start accepting people for who God made them to be. When I see blacks like Mychal Massie I know: 1) He hates being black, 2) He tries to negate black people so he will be accepted by whites, 3) He’s probably married to a white woman because of his hatred for blacks. If God wanted a color blind world, he would have made everyone the same race. Black women in particular are discriminated against more than any group in this country. They are often told they’re unattractive (see the movie Dark Girls), they are being effaced from the consciousness of America, slowly but surely. Look at the television shows, commercials, music videos, etc. They use black men, but not black women-they’ll use a mixed-race woman first. So, when I see a young black lady with afro-textured hair like mine and skin the color of mine, it makes me feel there is still hope in the world for someone who looks like me. Rev. Manning is a bigot to stereotype all blacks and say they’re incorrigible idiots with no honor. Blacks like Massie make their living the same way other self-hating blacks like Clarence Thomas and Shelby Steele make theirs, by spending their lives exploiting their own race for a profit. I wish I could take Massie and these other house negroes and dip them in a magical pond filled with a ‘turn yourself white forever’ potion. I’d dip them a good 3-4 times before I was satisfied that they had officially turned white,then maybe they’d leave black people the hell alone!

      • bill k August 12, 2012 at 2:40 pm #

        Charlene… all that vicious name calling… not good. Maybe you can help me out here Charlene… I’m a white guy of Austrian Swiss background. What is a ‘House Negro’?
        Is a house Negro someone who speaks out against hanging out in the street, having abortions, doing drugs, or doing their best gangsta’ imitation with some gangster wannabe losers?
        Is a ‘House Negro’ someone who does have integrity, and a belief in hard work, goal setting, and sacrifice?
        If so, then, I must be a house negro too! Mychal and I share common beliefs… Tell me Charlene, what is wrong with highlighting the counterproductive behavior that may ultimately result in the title ‘Prison Inmate’?
        I gleened from your comments that you hate being black… you hate whites… you hate white women… you hate black achievers. May I suggest: Stop with the name-calling… ease up on the hatred… take advantage of the opportunities of being an American citizen… become an House Negro like Mychal and me!

        • charlene ivory August 12, 2012 at 3:21 pm #

          If you took the time to read some of my other posts you’ll find where I said I love the white Europeans, Asians, Hispanics, those of African descent and all the diversity that God has created. Malcolm X, a strong, proud, black man can better define the word ‘house negro’ than I can as he is the one who coined the term. Look him up on you tube. I also posted that it angers me to see black women having 4, 5, and 6 babies to keep a welfare check coming in and in the process making their children statistics. I said I don’t blame the white man for blacks who choose not to get an education now, or those who choose to resort to a life of gang-banging. Yes, I agree with Mychal on some issues-just not most. He should be out helping the black community by telling THEM the truth! I have no children, I probably work harder than most, and my mother and father are christians, etc. I have goals in life. I’ve never been arrested, etc. and I love my neighbor as myself-the second and greatest commandment in the Holy Bible (even you and Mychal).

          • Mychal
            Mychal August 13, 2012 at 8:10 pm #

            charlene ivory: that is where you err…my message and voice is available for all to hear that will hear…it would appear that your definition of helping is my taking my time and money and investing it in a color coded way…that said I not acknowledge self-segregating assignations…I believe in inclusive mentality…that would mean using american juxtaposed to some mythological black community…

        • Mychal
          Mychal August 13, 2012 at 8:37 pm #

          bill k: very well said…she is consumed by animus and anger…she is unable to embrace modernity…

      • Mychal
        Mychal August 14, 2012 at 12:20 am #

        charlene ivory: in your lifetime you should accomplish what those you seek to disparage have accomplished…I find it interesting that those such as yourself who are so quick to demand and espouse the need for tolerance are the ones who show so little of same…simply because those of us who have left the plantation refuse to wallow in the pissoir of racial animus you are so comfortable in…

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 14, 2012 at 1:22 am #

      shadyray: agreed…

  7. Wakinyan August 8, 2012 at 3:31 am #

    I am glad someone spoke up about this. I saw Gabby as a young American girl who is very talented and was proud of her and her teammates for their accomplishments representing our country on the world stage. It touched my old cold heart to see them on the podium getting the team gold and mouthing the words to our national anthem. I was so disgusted by the commentator’s stupid remarks pointing out the color of her skin and his hoping that other young black girls would look to her as an example. How about young girls period, not only in America but around the world? She and her team mates definitely earned term “fabulous” that was applied too them early in the competitions.
    And yes, it is absolutely criminal that the U.S. IRS taxes these medal winners for excelling in their chosen fields. What faceless bureaucrat invented that ridiculous regulation?

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 14, 2012 at 1:30 am #

      wakinyan: I agree w/ you…

  8. Steve August 8, 2012 at 12:37 am #

    Watching Gabby was amazing. Beautiful girl, awesome athlete. She is who she is…. beautiful girl, awesome athlete… incredible athlete. Why can’t we advance beyond the stupidity. She was and IS awesome. People are people. — posted by some white guy

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 14, 2012 at 1:31 am #

      steve: you can’t fix stupid…

  9. SunnyVee August 7, 2012 at 9:34 pm #

    Just like Gabby, you nailed it, Mychal! I am so very proud of this charming young woman and her spirit! I never cease to be stunned by the prejudice that blacks inflict on one another. Instead of being proud of Gabby for her impressive performances and the 2 golds never achieved by any AMERICANS prior to this, they belittle her hair, of all things! Forgive me for asking—why aren’t these same “hair police” finding fault with Michelle Obama’s hair?

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 9:46 pm #

      sunnyvee: whew…you nailed that…why aren’t they upset that the toothy harridan acts more like a lap dancer or pole dancer than a first lady…the answer is because moo-moo acts like trash just like them…

      • SunnyVee August 8, 2012 at 11:03 am #

        Well, WHEW right back! Once again you nailed it and got straight to the heart of the issue! (Forgive the “straight” pun—it was intended!) ;-)

        • Mychal
          Mychal August 14, 2012 at 1:24 am #

          sunnyvee: lol…

  10. JUDY August 7, 2012 at 8:02 pm #

    GO USA!!!!!!

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:18 pm #

      judy: excellent…great point…

  11. Deb August 7, 2012 at 7:03 pm #

    I had no idea she was the first black American to win gold in this sport. It’s a non-issue! She won gold – I am thrilled for her and I wish her continued success in the years to come.

  12. Ivonova August 7, 2012 at 6:59 pm #

    Oh, well said!! I sm so sick of the hyphen!! Black-, African-, Mexican-, Hispanic- (and yes, the two designators are not the same), Turkish-, etc., etc., etc.. Sheesh, I feel like Yul Brynner in the King and I. One nation, one flag, one people. What’s wrong with that idea?

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:21 pm #

      lvonova: you left out one language…

  13. Henry August 7, 2012 at 6:29 pm #

    I wanted to smack Costas in the back of the head when he made that comment,I didn’t care one bit what color she was I was just so proud that an American won. And what a precious young lady she is. I hope her example will give inspiration to our youth today.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:24 pm #

      henry: agreed on all points…

  14. Avery August 7, 2012 at 6:19 pm #

    Exactly. The Olympics are an athletic competition between nations, each being represented by it’s very best. Gabby Douglas is there to represent the USA, not to represent a race, and this phenomenal young athlete has certainly done this nation proud.

    I hope the parasites (who lie in wait, hoping to exploit every accomplishment they might capitalize on) are unable to divert this young lady from her goals.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:26 pm #

      avery: I pray that your last paragraph is the case…it would be a tragedy to have that happen…

  15. "gunner" August 7, 2012 at 6:16 pm #

    big zero might say “she didn’t do that by herself” perhaps so, but she brought the key ingredient. her will to strive, excel and win. without those qualities all the “help” in the world would mean nothing. in the end it was her skill, style and grace alone on the bars, with the world watching, that brought her to her triumph, and no carping critics can take that away from her.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:20 pm #

      gunner: excellent point…

  16. R. Woods August 7, 2012 at 5:56 pm #

    Excellent rant sir thank you! May GOD continue to bless this hard working young lady.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:21 pm #

      r.woods: thk you and you echo my sentiments…

  17. Joe in Jupiter August 7, 2012 at 5:10 pm #

    I’m so proud of Gabby for her accomplishments. It wasn’t till after she won the second gold that I found out she is black. (If it makes any difference, I’m white.) I’m a 68 year old conservative who is proud of my country and exceptional folks like Gabby. I don’t watch sports at all so it was second hand that I found out about her. We are so lucky to have atheletes in this country that strive to be the best. Like Mychal, I believe who cares what color she is? She is an admirable young lady!

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:23 pm #

      joe in jupiter: color of skin should be the last thing we are concerned about…it only serves to divide us…

  18. Dave C August 7, 2012 at 3:38 pm #

    The race card does not work anymore for real Americans; it works for “African-Americans” (who are prouder of being “African” even though they have never been there and could not find it on a map) and liberals, who milk the race issue only for votes while leaving most of black America to languish in poverty and illegitimacy. There is a growing core of black Americans who see through this hypocrisy.

    The future of their slice of American culture resides in their seizing the moment and the issue and freeing their less educated and less fortunate brethren from their collective ignorance. The issue is too divisive for whites to get involved in except to support their fellow black Americans.

    The years since LBJ corrupted America have polarized the races too much. I remember the early ’60’s and the presence of a growing black middle class. LBJ buried that in an avalanch of “free candy'” and Obama really wants to continue to capitalize on that (note the executive order modifying “workfare.)

    I worry not only about the outcome of this election, but also about the possibility of riots if “The Chosen One” is defeated. Things could get ugly. What a downer.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:26 pm #

      dave c well you have spoken…especially your first ppg…

  19. Chris August 7, 2012 at 3:33 pm #

    Anyone with any common sense knows you can’t have a gymnast flying around the uneven bars or vaulting off the horse w/ your hair flying everywhere! The gymnast needs to be able to see the bar she’s grabbing or where she’s landing!! How insane is this?!? It was a joy to watch little Gabby-she made it look so easy. Like everyone else, I expected the announcers to make reference to her skin color-what if a white person won a race in the track & field segment which is dominated by blacks. Would they make the distinction, then? I’m just happy to see an American standing atop the podium w/ their hand over their heart while the National Anthem is being played. Great Rant, Mychal- I just hope Gabby doesn’t get cynical by all the bluster. Her sweetness is so refreshing!

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:27 pm #

      chris: I’m hoping the same thing…

    • Dennis McCutcheon August 7, 2012 at 8:28 pm #

      REally? Someone complained about her hair? Can we put that person on the parallel bars and let Mychal take target practice. What an idiot. Way to go Gabby wish we could have seen you at work young lady. Can’t get NBC in Guatemala (praise God with exception of the Olympics) and local news follows the Guatemalan team.. go figure.
      Thank you Mychal keep sticking it to the idiots brother.
      In Christ,
      Dennis McCutcheon

      • Mychal
        Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:40 pm #

        dennis mccutcheon: you can’t make up that kind of ignorance…they miss what it says about them…

  20. Jenifer August 7, 2012 at 3:18 pm #

    Mychal – there is nothing more refreshing than reading your beautifully worded and common sense based articles. I could not agree more. If we are supposed to be the UNITED States of America, what the freak does it matter what one’s skin color is???? I am so sick and tired of the intellectually challenged making every success or failure about the color of one’s skin. And I LOVE the fact that Gabby’s response was, “Oh, yeah! I forgot that”. BRAVO!!

    Thank you Mychal for you inspiring words. It’s nice having something to look forward to reading. God bless you and yours!!

    • Bruno August 7, 2012 at 3:31 pm #

      Hear! Hear!

      • Mychal
        Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:29 pm #

        bruno: thk you…

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:30 pm #

      jenifer: let’s hope she continues to see things as she did that night…

    • Johnny Smith August 12, 2012 at 11:17 am #

      Bruno, her response was both inspiring and saddening at the same time. She had forgotten, but there was no chance that some bigot was not going to remind her. Very sad indeed.

      • Mychal
        Mychal August 13, 2012 at 10:38 pm #

        johnny smith: some politically correct moron or the miserable troglodytes who mocked her looks…

  21. Sue August 7, 2012 at 3:00 pm #

    How can we ever get beyond skin color when that seems to be the most important characteristic of a person’s ability? I’m tired of seeing “the first Hispanic governor” or “the first black president” as if that had anything to do with their success. It all comes down to motivation, not color.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:32 pm #

      sue: you share my feelings…

    • Betrayed August 7, 2012 at 8:24 pm #

      @ Sue….I think ones character should be the most important thing to look at. Honorable, ethical, trustworthy, etc. THATTTTT should be how people are looked @…..I was going to type the word “judged” but that is up to God.

      God bless, our young lady, Gabby. As long as she doesn’t allow the “chip” on her shoulder, she will go far.

      Take care, sir….and thank you for your words.

      God bless,


      • Mychal
        Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:40 pm #

        betrayed: I agree…

  22. Oldnurse August 7, 2012 at 2:20 pm #

    Well said, Mychal. I am amazed each time I see Gabby perform — she is one class act spiritually and as a gymnast. Might I add, as a person, too.

    • Mychal
      Mychal August 7, 2012 at 6:33 pm #

      oldnurse: indeed…

      • Dennis McCutcheon August 7, 2012 at 8:34 pm #

        Be careful with old nurses Mychal, I married one. They keep trying to make you healthy….
        Your editorial is excellent and on spot. Unbelievable that someone complained about her pony tail… what an idiot.

        • Mychal
          Mychal August 7, 2012 at 8:38 pm #

          dennis mccutcheon: I single, uninvolved and not looking…so old young or whatever aren’t a threat…lol…

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