Thursday, December 27, 2007

Will Smith, Adolf and a trippin' JDL

Wassup, Y'all!

Holy Jewish Black Panthers, Batman! Big Willy Style is still feeling heat from the Jewish Defense League which apparently takes it's role as seriously as the Black Panthers once took theirs. Big Willy was recently quoted saying, "Even Hitler didn't wake up going, 'let me do the most evil thing I can do today.' I think he woke up in the morning and using a twisted, backwards logic, he set out to do what he thought was 'good." Of course, 'Hitler', like the N-word is a political third rail - only to be uttered with the greatest of caution and best of intentions. Clearly, it's not like Big Willy was praising Hitler in any way, yet in a twisted 'Whisper Down The Lane' effect, his quote got his a$$ into hot water anyway...

About two seconds later, celebrity gossip websites were posting that Big Willy thought that Hitler was a good cat. Big Willy, who has taken focused pains to cultivate both his image and his career, immediately snapped back with a well put "It is an awful and disgusting lie. It speaks to the dangerous power of an ignorant person with a pen. I am incensed and infuriated to have to respond to such ludicrous misinterpretation. Adolf Hitler was a vile, heinous vicious killer responsible for one of the greatest acts of evil committed on this planet"

Hmmm...sounds good enough for ol Ty and apparently it was good enough for the more mainstream Jewish Anti-Defamation League (ADL). They heard his statement, said they were cool with it and called it day. The more militant Jewish Defense League, however, preferred to keep this nonsense brewing by issuing a backhanded slap across Big Willy's neck.

At any rate, I think it's safe to say that Big Willy will steer clear of any Hitler references in the future, just as northsiders should probably steer clear of any discussions of genetic intelligence difference between races or justifications for hanging nooses from trees. There are always better arguments to be made elsewhere with better, less emotionally charged examples. That fact is colorblind.



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