Pope Fran, There's An Angry Fat Black Woman That Would
Like To Have A Talk With You.
Pope Francis lamented today in a message to Qu Dongyu, Director-General of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization saying that improper eating habits call for “a conversion in our way of living and acting". The Pope is of the belief nutritional disorders can only be combated by the cultivation of lifestyles inspired by gratitude for the gifts we have received and the adoption of a spirit of temperance, moderation, abstinence, self-control and solidarity. Makes much sense to me.
But in a country where any and all personal and cultural failings of minorities are blamed on the easy out, you can leave it to a black affirmative action gender studies professor at a prestigious university to find a way to use Racism as the cause of her personal failures.
“I hate when people talk about Black women being obese. I hate it, because it becomes a way to blame us for a set of conditions that we didn’t create.” – @ProfessorCrunk.— Black Women OWN the Conversation (@BlackWomenOWN) September 16, 2019
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This sad excuse for an educator who looks like she hasn't missed a meal since Jimmy Carter was President is Brittney Cooper, a professor at Rutgers (and you thought it was just their football team that sucked). She's telling women that they are unable to succeed and prosper under a roaring economy and current social-economic conditions and bare no responsibility and have absolutely no control over their lives. Yes stress doesn't help!! I have a stressful job, but I try and eat right.
But the good professor also just happens to be an MSNBC contributor and staunch