March 19, 2007, on the Larry King Live show Chris Rocks makes it very clear through his very best Steppin Fetchit imitation that Blacks are to be ridiculed and laughed at and not to be taking seriously. He made it very clear that he has every intention to continue to disrespect the memories of his ancestors by making a mockery of their bravery, stalwartness, courage and fortitude by taking the very word (the n-word) that was used to dehumanize them and embrace it shamelessly and immorally.
Unlike the past, it can no longer be acceptable for Blacks the like of a Chris Rock to carry out the will of racist groups such as the KKK, Skinheads, etc. by casting aspersions upon the African American community by continually implicating the community to a racist definition saturated with carnage, ignorance and degradation.
Defiant use of the incorrigible n-word is now looked upon as an abomination to the canonized memories of those who were dehumanized and subjects of genocidal conditions. It must not…and will no longer be taking lightly…the sacrifices, ordeals and struggles of the ascendants of African Americans who were looked upon as being inhuman and thus were labeled the n-word. Chris Rock whose allegiance to a word that serves as a mockery and a slap in the face to ascendants of African American, a word that is synonymous to spitting on the graves of African American ancestors is considered to be a sell out to his ancestors and the African American community and is hereby placed on the United Voices for a Common Cause, Inc. Benedict Arnold Hall of Shame list.
Patti Smith who most recently sung the Rock and Roll N**ger song at the Rock Hall induction commented that she sung the song to raise it to a mantle of honor. Its far from being amusing that a descendant whose forefathers are responsible for the programming, conditioning and tyrannizing to implant into the hearts and minds of a people to relate to a word that's of a racist definition steeped in ignorance and degradation would have the audacity to suggest that this word deserves to be raised to a mantle of honor.
There is absolutely nothing honorable about the n-word. There are differences of opinions brewing within the Black community about the use of this word and the last thing that is needed is for a non-black, a descendant of slave-owners, nonetheless, to encourage use of this fiendish word. Non-blacks need to just become spectators sit back and watch to see which way the wind is going to blow or otherwise suffer the consequences of any fallout. The badge of honor this word will never receive and to make such a suggestion is an insult.