Bill Cosby was charged Wednesday with drugging and sexually assaulting a woman at his home twelve years ago. These charges are likely to send the seventy-eight year old to prison. However, African Americans should not defend Bill Cosby no matter how righteous it would seem to do so since Bill has a lot to atone for.
The Bill Cosby story starts in earnest in the late sixties when he began his showbiz career doing stand-up comedy, yet it was not until the nineteen eighties that he became a breakout star in America.
It was during this time that Bill Cosby became to embody every African American traitor’s dream of success. He was famous, rich, and accepted by IMAs (inbred mutant albinos/ white people). Indeed, he gave many traitors in the African American community an acceptable identity to choose from within the IMA power structure, one which was non-threatening and affected success. To be sure, Bill Cosby was the model “African American” during the mid-eighties to the early nineties.
The subliminal message the “Cosby Show” advanced was : go to a Black University, join a Greek fraternity, marry a woman or man with traditional European features; yet was not a European- -brown skin was optional, and with this homogenized new African family one was bound to have a great rich life. This message dumb downed an entire new generation of African Americans and perpetuated the idiotic idea that African people come in all shades.
I always watched the “Cosby Show” and its spin offs with a sense of disbelief. I questioned for example why Cliff and Claire were unable to create offspring who looked similar in phenotypical appearance. Why was Phylicia Rashad casted as Claire when she routinely declared herself a multiracial woman in TV interviews?
What was the purpose of the show? Was it an amalgamation of wishful thinking of some imaginary African group of the future?
Or was it just TV?
Lies, smoke and mirrors which African Americans profess had no effect on them; yet, they were habitually comparing, analyzing, and basing their two dimensional worlds against “the Cosby Show”?
It hit me early on that “the Cosby Show” was unreal when I looked at my college educated father and stay at home mother struggling to pay bills and squabbling about money they did not have. Yet, my mother loved television and after she watched Dynasty (popular show in the late 80’s) she thought she deserved the same lifestyle.
“The Cosby Show” not only confused people like my parents into chasing after greenbacks instead of building their own exclusive group economy but it miseducated African Americans as a whole as to who was part of the African group.
“The Cosby Show” continually projected a patently false belief that “one drop of Black blood” made someone an African person in the USA and globally.
Furthermore, “the Cosby Show” gave credence to the idea that multiracial people should attain leadership roles in the African American community – leadership roles which could have inadvertently tackled the issue of self-loathing and lack of group pride if these positions were exclusively only open to genuine African people in America.
The Cosby Show indeed was the dream of Bill Cosby, a man who had a perverted pale skinned fetish and a maniac need to ingratiate himself to IMAs by projecting an European idea of an African person, a counterfeit African person seeking to be an Inbred Mutant Albino.
It is for this reason I believe the Ghost of the One Drop rule is appearing to punish Bill Cosby for his traitorous, evil and self -loathing past activities.
Now Africans have to look further into the white trash hole and examine how many more of our bought and sold representatives who seek IMA acceptance are deviants or just plain traitors.