Name one black author whose book isnt about being black and oppressed. Posted on May 20, 2023 by Anonymous Name one black author whose book isn’t about being black and oppressed.
Basic Economics - Thomas Sowell
Blackout - Candace Owens
Damn. But please don't write Sowell's name and the other in the same post again.
She passes so much, she even adopted their literary tradition.
Who is the target audience here? Who actually purchases this garbage?
Giovanni's Room is about being gay and oppressed, checkmate
I love being a white straight man. I can do whatever I want, think whatever I want, be whoever I want, without any ressentiment. The only other groups with this level of complete and utter freedom are Japs and Filipinos, the other master races.
can you explain this one please
Have you ever met a Filipino? They're literally all based and chill dudes
I've only known one Filipino and his entire personality and life revolved around Kobe Bryant. He was surprisingly good at hiding his power level in public and managed to get a girlfriend somehow, but his entire apartment was decked out in Kobe Bryant merch which was where he invested all of his money and his favorite pastime was to rewatch Kobe Bryant basketball games or talk about Kobe Bryant to anybody that would listen.
I haven't seen him since Kobe's fatal helicopter crash but I imagine he has a little Kobe Bryant shrine with a portrait and candles and he kisses his fingers then presses them gently against Kobe's lips before leaving the house in the morning.
So my sample size probably isn't big enough to make an informed opinion on the subject.
And now I know a guy who's whole thing is that he knows some other guy likes kobe a lot.
I live in LA near a lot of Filipinos. The ones I know love the Lakers more than anybody else. Especially Kobe.
Things Fall Apart.
Name one white male reader who doesn't seethe at the very mention of a Black author
Me, I read some Butler and Mosley recently and enjoyed them well enough. I don't mind black authors as long as they aren't trying to push identity politics through their work, same goes for white authors.
Brief History of Seven Killings.
Goddamn that's a good book. Not a big fan of his foray into fantasy however.
Machado de Assis.
“Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders” by Samuel R Delany. It’s about eating snot and drinking pee and having a great time doing it.
According to Django Unchained, Alexandre Dumas was black.
Literally every black conservative author.