Ep. 10: The Decision 2, Martial Law in Chicago, Police Drama, The Klan, and Derek Jeter

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We made it to Episode 10! Special Thanks to everyone who listens and stays active in making us a better show. We appreciate it and we hope this is just the beginning. Please keep rating us on iTunes, Stitcher, and Soundcloud and email us at @nwapcast@gmail.com with any suggestions.

In this week’s episode, the guys talk about LeBron’s big decision to go back to Cleveland, @RealGoesRight discusses controversial comments from Roland Martin about bringing the National Guard into Chicago, @BrazenlyVirile breaks down the film of an incident of on-court basketball violence between sexes, @OleNerdyBastard discusses some more shenanigans by policeman, and @fivefifths wonders why the Klan isn’t considered a terrorist group. Barbershop talk this week includes a discussion on the real numbers that make up Derek Jeter’s true legacy.

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3 responses to “Ep. 10: The Decision 2, Martial Law in Chicago, Police Drama, The Klan, and Derek Jeter

  1. Marlo(@lostayup)

    What you guys said about about the kkk and and confederacy on point. Neither organization will ever be considered a terrorist group because they are as American as cherry trees and honest Abe. Both institutions are representatives of the keep niggaz in their place movement. This very country is founded on murder, kidnapping, and exploitation of us. I kno I’m preaching to the choir but we, as a people, have understand that that this country doesn’t exist without our labor, our bodies, and presently, our talents to entertain and influence the culture. We ARE America; however, we don’t define America as an institution. To over come this we(all our people) gotta learn our history. First thing the doctor ask u before he treats you is ur medical history. Let’s look at the history. We kno that the kkk straight up fuck niggaz and terrorist but let’s really examine the confederacy. First off, they seceded and declared war (they fired 1st, Ft. Sumter), which is an act of treason and domestic terrorism. That epitomizes domestic terrorism lol. 2nd, the civil war was the deadliest war the US has ever been involved in, so these same domestic terrorist killed more Americans than hideki Tojo, hitler, King George, the nva, North Korea, Iraq, Afghanistan, and whoever this country deemed an enemy. That flag represents the deadliest enemy of this country. I live in Montgomery, AL and we have two high schools named Robert e lee HS and Jefferson Davis HS so obviously this country is complicit in terrorism as long as the terrorist are human beings(white). This is a burning house, but we built this house and maybe that’s why they allow these organizations not to be deemed terrorist and name schools after pyromaniacs.

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