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What's next? I'll tell you what's next... The New York Post! I'm sick of hearing about the New York Post. Last week they published a freaking cartoon with two cops shooting a freaking monkey. Underneath the cartoon the caption read... Now you're going to have to find someone else to write your next stimulus bill. Are you freaking kidding me?! Are you telling me know one at the New York Post saw this and said, maybe they're going to think we're talking about Barack Obama? Of course they did! They didn't care! They wanted a controversy. And they got it. Al Sharpton and the NAACP were stupid enough to fall right into their trap. Al Sharpton started screaming about it. What did he accomplish? I'll tell you what he accomplished. Before he started screaming, maybe ten or twenty thousand people saw this freaking cartoon. After he started screaming... MILLIONS of people, all over the freaking world, saw this freaking cartoon. You think people are gonna stop buying the Post now, because Al Sharpton's crying? No! I guarantee you, more people are going to buy the Post. I'm buying two freaking copies a day! This was the greatest freaking marketing scheme since Paris Hilton put Rick Solomon's balls in her mouth on a freaking sex tape. Are you freaking kidding me?!! Al, did you freaking notice, we have a President who's half black? The Governor of freaking New York is half black and blind. The freaking Governor of Louisiana is from India and the Governor of Alaska is a woman. And you ...
New York Post cartoon depicts two cops killing a chimp. The cartoon reads, They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill. This racially motivated cartoon published in Rupert Murdoch's newspaper the New York Post, is not only wrong but sending the message that it is ok for cops, (the law) to kill President Barack Obama. This is the same nut job who owns Fox News. The same channel who wanted Sarah Palin to be our vice president. You think our economy is in rough shape now? Just imagine if the puppets who control our print media and our television networks still controlled our government. Tell businesses that advertise in the New York Post that you won't support their business if they continue to support the New York Post. www.nypost.com
Protesters continue to show their displeasure with the New York Post over a cartoon, that was published last week. People burned copies of The Post on Sunday. The New York Post has issued an apology for the cartoon. (Feb. 23)
New York Post Protest (Agenda to encourage members of the community to boycott such a paper, by refusing to purchase it and refuse to support its advertisers! Protest takes place downtown newark at Broad & Market. On Wednesday February 18th the NY Post published a cartoon that depicted a monkey whom was just shot by two white officers with two bullet holes in his chest, blood spilling from his body & tongue hanging from his mouth and the caption stated "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus Bill" Truth 2 Power
starts with my opinion apology (not) and slowly works it way into the new york post and its cartoon of obama
My views on the new york chimp cartoon issue.
"To them, no apology is due," the paper wrote. "Sometimes a cartoon is just a cartoon -- even if the opportunists seek to make it something else.
Is this Cartoon Racist? Maybe..you be the judge. What was the New York Post thinking? This is craziness..
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Response to The New York Post cartoon out side their corporate head quarters in New York City .
Response to The New York Post cartoon out side their corporate head quarters in New York City .HATE
BIG T HAS A FEW WORDS TO SAY ABOUT THE BLATENT DISRESPECT TO PRESIDENT OBAMA BY THE NEW YORK POST.
The controversy over the NY Post cartoon.
As much as I appreciated "Scorpion's" view, his video left me quite puzzled. Apparently the whole New York Post debacle got his panties in a bunch and he seemed highly concerned with "racist" caucasians (which of course, do indeed exsist). However, Scorpion failed to mention other significant components to this on going racial trouble (ie the fact that highly racist African Americans roam the Earth as well; Al Sharpton, being one of them). Why is Sharpton Racist? www.youtube.com www.youtube.com All he does is fuel and perpetuate racisim one stupid comment after the other. Instead of gathering bored, jobless, New York City hobos in a protest, Al Sharpton should have been focusing on more important things. You know, like how to not fail at everything. Though, he once again could not stop himself from embarassing the African American community. Are we really sure this cartoon is "racist"? 1. In a popular political cartoon type, Juxstapostion, animals often take the role of political figures. Many times, Bush was president as a pig, and hey...even a CHIMP! 2. In truth, this cartoon was more focused on Nancy Pelosi as opposed to Barack Obama. However, since many of us crave racisim, this must not be the case. As far as most of the general public is concered, Obama actually "wrote the stimulus bill". When really, the author was Nancy Pelosi. Mr. Obama, delegated it. Now, wait a minute! Wasn't that political cartoon referencing the author? Oops! *This is a MUST SEE. Here is an ...
The New York Post cartoon incident brought to mind a moment in Dare Not Walk Alone. We post it here believing we all need to better understand the baggage that some words carry. Two black women who accompanied a white woman to church in 1964 describe how the white deacon stopped them at the door and told the white woman "You're welcome to come in, but your little monkeys can't." These women were on the front line of the campaign to pass the Civil Rights Act of 1964, landmark legislation from which all Americans have benefited. If they are not deserving of respect, who is? Just because we have free speech does not mean that frivolously causing offense to others is acceptable behavior. One should expect the editors of a major newspaper to have a better grasp of history than that shown by the Post. It is one thing to make an unfortunate choice of word or image out of innocence, another to make it out of ignorance. Dare Not Walk Alone, a Film by Jeremy Dean NAACP image Award Nominee for Outstanding Documentary darenotwalkalone.com
How much can we infer from images? Can we infer anything at all? Recently the New York post printed a cartoon of two "cops" standing over a dead monkey with the caption, "They'll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill." This cartoon has been blown out of proportion, in my opinion, in suggesting this was a racial slur against blacks. (monkeys) I'm not interested in defending racism. I hate racism. Nor am i interested in defending the artist. I don't know the artist. What i am interested in is examining whether the cartoon in and of itself can support the accusations. I have nothing to gain in either direction. To help me in this little exercise in epistemology, sense perception, logic, etc; i enlisted some family members and asked them a few questions about what all the picture "tells" them. As you'll see, they could not tell me much. And that's the point - i don't believe you can infer much from the photo without OUTSIDE baggage being brought to it. And once that takes place, we would then need to consult the original artist and asked if that baggage was intended. They say it wasn't. Call me gullible; I'll take their word for it. I would rather err on that than err in charging an artist with the very serious sin of racism when that was not his intention.
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After two days of protests, the New York Post apologized to some critics who were offended by a cartoon that some have interpreted as racist. However, the paper refuses to apologize to those it calls "opportunists". (Feb. 20)
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Protests are continuing today outside the offices of the New York Post following the publication of a cartoon that critics say depicts President Obama as a chimpanzee. The cartoon shows a white police officer shooting dead a chimpanzee in the street. His partner, another white officer, says, Theyll have to find someone else to write the next stimulus bill. After a number of civil rights activists and organizations called for a boycott of the paper, the Post issued an apology of sorts last night. The apology said in part QUOTE It was meant to mock an ineptly written federal stimulus bill. Period. But it has been taken as something else - as a depiction of President Obama, as a thinly veiled expression of racism. This most certainly was not its intent; to those who were offended by the image, we apologize. However, there are some in the media and in public life who have had differences with The Post in the past - and they see the incident as an opportunity for payback. To them, no apology is due. On Thursday the Rev. Al Sharpton led a protest outside the offices of the Post. These are some of the voices from the protest.
A New York Post cartoon that some have interpreted as comparing President Obama to a violent chimpanzee drew outrage from civil rights leaders and elected officials who said it echoed racist stereotypes. (Feb. 18)
The newspaper came under fire Wednesday after a cartoon was published that critics said links President Barack Obama to a raging chimpanzee shot dead by police in Connecticut. But the newspaper also said the image was exploited by its longtime antagonists
Opie, Anthony, and Jim Norton discuss the backlash of the New York Post cartoon.
Opie, Anthony, and Jim Norton discuss the backlash of the New York Post cartoon.