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Saturday, June 22, 2013

Black Savannah Pastor Say Miss Paula Deen Can't Possible Be A Racist Because She Do Good Works????

In my opinon, kudos and high five to "The Food Network" for doing the right thing in letting Miss Paula Deen go.....she was becoming too much of a distraction and bad for business. 


But, some folks think the network was wrong in cutting ties with Paula, again  I don't.  Pastor Gregory A. Tyson, Sr. from First Jerusalem Missionary Baptist Church in SAVANNAH, GA spoke to WTOC about Hollis Johnson. Whose the black man( in the clip below)who manages much of Deen's affairs, travels everywhere with her, owns a successful limo company with a fleet of cars that Deen helped finance and start -- and Johnson's relationship with Deen.


After doing some research of my own, I come to find out this is not the first time Paula Deen  have been called to the network  board room.  Paula who's a diabetic  didn't let anyone at the network know    or her fans for a long time and continued to make unhealthy dishes laced with tons of butter and salt.  I felt like she should have been fired then for being decitful.

 And just to think she feels this way about (some) African Americans and to think all things civil war and Jim crow era is cute and okay.
 In the below clip Paula Deen is defending the actions, perceptions and racism of the old south. There's no way in HELL that  the injustice done to a group of people in that time frame can ever be justified by anyone.   Good job Food Network.
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  1. this is not about racism.......its about someone wanting money that they didn't work for.....if the woman that sued (yes i she is white) was sooooo offended by Paula and her brother.......why didn't she quit years ago and sue them, not she wanted until she was fired.....she was hoping for a quick settlement....i hope paula sues her for slander.......

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  2. Anonymous I believe the lady is suing because of discrimination in the workplace.

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  3. Paula Deen is just collateral damage. The important message here is that the majority is finally saying racial discrimination isn't OK. How many African Americans were collateral damage in the past? How about Emmett Till? The majority used to condone this awful behavior and and if some non-African American folks are hurt in the meantime, oh fucking well. Boo hoo. It's not like Paula Deen lost her life. It's not like she was sprayed with a fire hose. It's not like she was brutally attacked. I don't get why it was OK for all the African Americans who suffered horribly in the past when "times were different" and now everyone wants to cry for poor Paula Deen.

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