Wisconsin Senator Calls For Investigation Into Graphic Student Video Depicting Beheading Of Police As Pigs

Senator Steve Nass wants the creators of this beheading video to be investigated for inciting violence against police.

Senator Steve Nass wants the creators of this beheading video to be investigated for inciting violence against police.

Video Shows Depiction Of Beheaded Police, Represented By A Pig

Madison, WI – A University of Wisconsin – Madison student has released a highly controversial video that incites deadly violence against police officers.

Eneale Pickett, the creator of the video, released the video to promote his clothing line, according to Channel 3000.  He said that the video reflects his views of police brutality and racism.

In Pickett’s video, police officers are shown as pigs, and beheaded at the end.  A black person is led to a noose made of an American flag, and it is  placed around his neck.

Also in the video, people wear sweatshirts with statements on Pickett’s views of police brutality and racism.  The messages include “Fuck the police, they the biggest gang in Amerikkka” and “I would ask for justice but she is helping the cops burn my body”.

Parts of a speech from President Trump after the riot at Charlottesville are also included.

Steve Nass, Republican state Senator, said that the video is “racist.”  He also said, “It’s vile, anti-police. Unbelievable, quite frankly, when I first saw it”, according to 12ABC WISN.

Senator Nass has asked UW-Madison officials to start a full investigation.  He said, “Is this free speech? This is not free speech when you’re inciting violence. This is like yelling fire in a crowded theater.”

In a statement, the University of Wisconsin-Madison said in part “UW-Madison strives to provide a welcoming and inclusive campus environment, while allowing everyone to share ideas and political views in exercise of their free speech rights. However, the university strongly condemns the glorification of violence such as that contained in the promotion of a student-produced clothing line.”

Senator Nass said, “I think the school needs to do everything under their administrative rules. If it were up to me, Steve Nass, I’d kick them out of school, tell them goodbye. You’re wasting space for good students who want to obey the law and not incite violence.”

This is not Pickett’s first attempt at creating attention for his “clothing line.”  In 2016, he made hoodies that said “All white people are racist.”

University of Wisconsin-Madison police took the high road, and said, “We do not agree with the message ,but we appreciate and respect people’s opinions and their right to free speech. UWPD is not investigating the video as no crimes have been committed.”

You can see the video below and then let us know in the comments if you think that this is inciting violence against police. WARNING: Disturbing Content.

  • KEYSTONELIGHT

    Only a bunch of non human savage animalistic worthless african negros could come up with some type of disgusting behavior like that……….I’m not talking about Blacks………Just negros…!

    • Jonas Blane ll

      Calling for the people that say my posts are racist to condemn this post in 5,4,3

      • gunslinger97

        Shut up fool

      • Pushed to the limit

        Phuck you.

    • Highest common denominator

      He’s American. Correct yourself.

  • Jonas Blane ll

    He’s just joking,just like the white cop who said We only kill black people that was defended here.

    • JBo

      I actually didn’t think that was funny either.

      • John

        That officer was fired for it, even though in that instance he said “We only kill black people” to deescalate an uncooperative driver under the influence. This video depictions of beheading cops is not “just joking”, they are promoting and encouraging ongoing violence toward police officers; they should also face any consequences coming their way.

        • JBo

          I absolutely understand why he did it but it was in incredibly poor taste to use that phraseology in today’s world of policing. What would happen now if an officer in that department had to make a justified shooting of a black male? Can you imagine the uproar and exploding heads?

    • gunslinger97

      Shut up idiot

  • ProUSAProGOD

    And this is America’s future, where young thugs want to do away with law and order.  As Abraham Lincoln said, “No, if destruction be our lot we must ourselves be its author and finisher. ” We are looking at the authors now.

    • Highest common denominator

      Thug? He’s a college student and a business owner. Are you either of those things?

      • gunslinger97

        Those are the negating factors to not be a thug? Kim Jong Un killed people with anti-aircraft guns, but he is the leader of a country, so he is not a thug.

        • Highest common denominator

          That’s not equivalent. He’s the leader of a country by birth, clown.

          And yes, being in college and starting a business, among other things, negate one from being a thug. But you’re white, so if you speak dogwhistle, thug = black.

          • gunslinger97

            dogwhistle? Yeah, I don’t even know what you are talking about.

          • Highest common denominator

            Lol, yes you do.

          • gunslinger97

            No, really, I don’t. I don’t run in the same race hating, self-pity, hypocritical world you do. Plus I was never in the Navy.

          • Highest common denominator

            I don’t hate any race, nor do i pity myself. Not sure where that came from.

            Dog whistling is using key words that conjure images in peoples’ heads without saying what you’re really trying to say. You tried to negate equating thugs to black people by including Kim Jong Un though. He’s not a thug either, by definition. He is much worse. Nice try though.

          • gunslinger97

            Well, now I know what dog whistling is. Thugs= blacks? In your world I guess. I hate everybody, so in mine, thug does not equal black. I hate ignorance, and that is color blind.

          • LEO

            How about a t-shirt line of blacks being hung with the caption “Thug Life”. Would that be okay with you? After all I’m just a business man, right?

          • Highest common denominator

            But that doesn’t even make sense.

          • LEO

            Sure it does. LMFAO!!!!

          • Highest common denominator

            How?

          • Laurie O’Donnell Burnside

            Oh BS keep spewing your disgusting “Poor Me” attitude. Barack Obama made it to the White House TWICE! I voted for him myself because he EARNED my respect. I dislike you because you are part of the problem and you don’t want a solution. You want to stay angry and keep the hate going so you can blame others for your pitiful self worth. BOO HOO HOO Here’s a hanky – Move on.

          • Highest common denominator

            pitiful self worth? i’m a navy veteran business owner, i’m doing too well for myself to have low self worth.

            you, on the other hand, let clothing line commercials upset you even though you will never, ever interact with this guy or his business. sounds like you’re wasting your time, sweetheart.

          • Laurie O’Donnell Burnside

            Anyone with an ounce of intelligence can see it is not a just “clothing line commercial”. I don’t need to interact with a small minded dirt bag who chooses to incite violence under the guise of selling clothes to be incensed at his message. The men and women that he is encouraging violence toward, are the very ones who stand up to protect us all from psychos like him – not because of his skin color but because he clearly has a penchant for violence. A normal person could not even conceive of making a video like that. A nut job has no problem with it.

          • Highest common denominator

            Nah, it’s satire. You’re way too in your feelings about this.

      • Irene Elizabeth Grooms

        I WANT CALL HIM A THUG BUT I DO BELIEVE HIS BRAINS ARE IN LOCK DOWN.

        • Highest common denominator

          Like your caps lock?

      • Pete

        A civilized human being. You either of THOSE things?

        • Highest common denominator

          So you’re neither a college grad or business owner.

      • jennifer

        bull shit, he’s a THUG.

      • LEO

        Would you object if I created a clothing line of blacks being beheaded with the caption ” If I known it would end this way, I would have picked my own damn cotton.”?

        • Highest common denominator

          LOL, a line of overalls or whatever the hell you wear on a daily basis? Not interested. I’d probably never see the ad.

          • LEO

            Oh, you would see it, I would make sure of that….Lol Maybe I can use you as the model.

          • Highest common denominator

            There is nothing you consider fashionable that I’d wear myself. I’m sure you dress like the average elderly white guy. High jeans, new balance sneskers, maybe a horizontal striped polo shirt, tucked in?

          • LEO

            You would be wrong but since we’re using stereotypes I’m sure you walk around with your pants hanging down below your knees like the homos in jail and a t-shirt that is 10 sizes too large, right? Lol

          • Highest common denominator

            Lol no. I’m a tech business man. Tailored jeans and jackets.

            Was the last time you’ve seen a black person in 1998? that’s the last time baggy clothing was in style.

          • LEO

            I went to a restaurant this afternoon and there for all to behold was a black male with his pants down, a too large t-shirt and of course the obligatory hat on sideways. Too funny, don’t you think?

          • Highest common denominator

            Nah.

          • LEO
          • Highest common denominator

            In Oklahoma? Lol, they’re 20 years behind metropolitan areas, they probably are still sagging.

          • LEO

            Always the excuse…Lol

          • Highest common denominator

            But an excuse with validity. Please name when Oklahoma was on the cutting edge of anything?

            Unless you’re talking black wall street, absolutely nothing.

          • LEO

            I could show you pictures from every state of blacks and wiggers wearing pants down to their knees. It’s pretty funny watching them run from the police, looking like idiots that most people mock and laugh at.

            Speaking of someone everyone laughs at read this from black spokesperson Maxine Waters – http://www.breitbart.com/video/2017/09/21/maxine-waters-black-people-better-controversial-play-race-card/

          • Highest common denominator

            Lol, I’m not clicking a breitbart link, clown. Who do you think i am, a white supremacist?

          • LEO

            I know how blacks don’t like to hear or read anything that shows them in a negative light. Oh, and although you may not be a white supremacist you certainly come off as a black one. Tell me, what’s the difference, clown?

          • Highest common denominator

            I see you like hanging off my nuts by using my insult. Catchy, isn’t it? Be original.

            And I’m not a supremacist in any fashion because never have i called for the removal of any race, nor do i believe I’m better or worse than anyone else based solely on how i look or where i was born.

            How exactly are you not a white supremacist? You visit known white supremacist sites, you’ve regularly proven you believe at least one race is beneath you, and you dog whistle constantly when you comment. Despite all of this, you can’t seem to keep me off your mind.

            One thing I’ve noticed against white supremacists who have absolutely no power to change anything is how much they obsess over those they believe are inferior to them by highlighting the worst of that group of people. On the other side of that coin, when they encounter someone who shows a cursory understanding of how white supremacists work and really want nothing more than better for their own people (and the country/world as a result),they continue to try to relegate them to the same low level they believe all people of that background belong to.

            I used a lot of words there, so to make it simple: white supremacists like you have nothing better to think about but minorities.

          • LEO

            I have no idea what you are talking about. What I have learned is that whenever you disagree with a black person the very first thing they do is call or claim you’re a racist. It seems to be a defense mechanism you all are born with. You said “white supremacists like you have nothing better to think about but minorities.” I don’t care what black people do so long as you don’t drag me into your gutter. Also, It seems to me you can’t stop thinking about police officers and it’s the reason why you spend all your time either here or the racist black site ROOTS. Seems you have some explaining to do.

          • Highest common denominator

            I called you a white supremacist because of your comment history and your visits to open white supremacist websites. Before that link, i just thought you were an idiot. After the link, you became a white supremacist idiot.

            Also, i don’t visit a website called Roots. Where did you get that from?

          • LEO

            You apparently forgot when you said the following ” I’m sure you dress like the average elderly white guy. High jeans, new balance sneakers, maybe a horizontal striped polo shirt, tucked in?” It seems you slipped when you wrote that comment. Stereotyping white people like that shows a level of prejudice that you normally try to hide, doesn’t it?

          • Highest common denominator

            Yet you still haven’t said you’re not a white supremacist. Did i nail it?

          • LEO

            I only respond to intelligent questions. Since you’re incapable of doing that I’ll just ignore your stupidity. Oh BTW you haven’t answered my question yet.

          • Highest common denominator

            What world do you live in where you dismiss a question and get one answered, supremacist?

          • LEO

            Lol That’s exactly what you did, moron!

          • Highest common denominator

            I’ve called you a white supremacist many times, and not once have you refuted. It’s okay if you are one, but i think you’re upset that i pegged you.

          • LEO

            “I only respond to intelligent questions. Since you’re incapable of doing that I’ll just ignore your stupidity.” I repeated myself because you obviously have problems with reading comprehension.

          • Highest common denominator

            Alright. I’m fine leaving this conversation knowing i just figured you out. Or more importantly, you told on yourself with your breitbart link.

          • LEO

            And I also have you figured out and it’s not a pretty picture.

          • LEO
          • LEO

            Sure you do. You’ve admitted to me as much.

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            LEO Highest common denominator • 7 days ago

            Are you still here? Honestly, your comments would be appreciated more at Roots or some other racist website.

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            Highest common denominator LEO • 7 days ago

            True, but only conversing with people that think like you leads to echo chamber bullshit and undeserved hero worship.

            You know. Like someone claiming to be a cop on a cop website.

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          • LEO

            Here is another example of you admitting to visiting the racist web site Roots –

            LEO Highest common denominator • 7 days ago

            Roots is a very racist site. If you feel that it would be an echo chamber you’re admitting they think like you. Got it?

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            Highest common denominator LEO • 7 days ago

            It has its views, not all of them are racist. A site can be centered on something other than white and not be racist.

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          • Anthony D Hurst

            Where do you live HCD? Here in southern California gang thugs still droop. I used to laugh my ass off watching them run and bust their asses when their pants entangled them, lol! Most White, black, and Hispanic thugs I see all droop.

          • Highest common denominator

            I’m also in southern California. Also, i know you don’t interact with many minorities outside of your tv when you’re using terms like “gang thug.”

          • gunslinger97

            hahahaha! Really? And you live in California? Shall I snap pictures of what comes through the door at my work?

          • Highest common denominator

            I’m sure if you have pictures of guys wearing baggy clothing, they’re closer to your age than mine. How many younger adults do you run across daily?

          • gunslinger97

            What age do you think I am? Or have I already told you that? I can’t remember. Tragic, as I do so fondly love our interactions. I see people from all ages, all races, all social economic backgrounds, all day, everyday.

          • Highest common denominator

            At least 50.

          • gunslinger97

            Ehh, close. 47

          • Highest common denominator

            Yeah. If you’re seeing black folk in baggy clothing now, they are most likely not millenials.

          • gunslinger97

            Well, I know you are former Navy (officer I believe?) and are now a programmer and businessman, so I think you are a higher class of person (regardless of race). Literally, I see them from 18 to 80. The younger crowd (millennial included) are still sagging. I think it has to do with the economic class. That is across the board in all races. There are always exceptions, but exceptions do not disprove the rule.

          • Highest common denominator

            I’ll give you that its probably class. But the Gen Zs I’m around and that i see on tv prefer fitted/tight clothing.

          • gunslinger97

            Agreed, though I wince as much at the skinny jeans as I do the baggy ones. Wow, a point we agree on. Who knew?

          • Highest common denominator

            Maybe i just surround myself with well-dressed black folk. Or at least black folk in my age group who don’t dress how you describe. Which just furthers my assumption that if you see black folk in baggy clothing, they wore that in their 20s when it was stylish, meaning they’re in their 40s now.

          • gunslinger97

            See, idiots like HCD can use stereotypes, but get bent out of shape if you do. We call that being a hypocrite.

          • Highest common denominator

            Who’s getting bent out of shape?

      • Anthony D Hurst

        What are his grades? How long has he been in school? Is he still there? Saying you own a business doesn’t mean you are successful, hahaha! He is just another hate mongerer, like thise idiots that wear KKK uniforms and swatikas. He is part of the problem, not the solution…

        • Highest common denominator

          KKK and this upstanding citizen aren’t equivalent. Sure you think he’s part of YOUR problem. But he’s not aiming his merchandise at you. Stop getting mad that you’re not included and have to criticize from the sidelines.

      • Laurie O’Donnell Burnside

        He can’t even speak proper English. Makes one wonder how he got into any college. Anyone can produce hateful t-shirts and try to sell them. Being a business owner is easy. Being a successful business owner is far different.

        • Highest common denominator

          well it looks like collective white outrage will make him even more popular with his target base. Keep crying and posting it everywhere, i’m sure he will appreciate it.

        • Nunyabizniz

          He’s part of a group who got a full ride for being poets and hip-hop dancers. And it’s extremely difficult for anyone else to get a full ride to Madison. So, there ya go.

    • Pete

      Finish him!

    • Brenda Stines Mills

      business owner?

      • ProUSAProGOD

        Pardon me, Brenda, but what is the question and to whom are you referring as a business owner?

  • Highest common denominator

    This is satire. Stop being offended over satire, snowflakes.

    • gunslinger97
      • Pete

        Where did you find that photo of HCD?

        • Highest common denominator

          That’s not a photo of me. First, I’m not white. Second, he’s twice as old as i am.

      • Highest common denominator

        Is this supposed to offend me? Whites have been poorly portraying other races forever. At least the brother that made the video in question was making a satirical statement.

        • gunslinger97

          Nope. Don’t care if you are offended or not. The brother is an idiot.

          • Highest common denominator

            *shrug* satire. You’re still upset over it. Stop crying.

          • gunslinger97

            Yeah, got it

        • LEO

          What exactly was that statement?

    • gunslinger97

      I must give HCD credit…he taught me how to include pictures. Thank you Highest Common Denominator!

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        • gunslinger97

          Oh yes! Thank you for the humor lesson. That is much funnier.

          • Highest common denominator

            I know. Chappelle is one of the best to ever do it.

          • gunslinger97

            I like Key and Peel better.

          • Highest common denominator

            You would.

          • Anthony D Hurst

            Wrong, Eddie Murphy nailed it once on SNL, it was hilarious.

          • Highest common denominator

            Eddie is another on the comedian mount rushmore. It’s not wrong to say chappelle is one of the best, clown.

          • Anthony D Hurst

            Highest common dimwitt, you are pretty much a dick to everyone, and more racist than most I see posting here. You are the clown. I’m a retired Marine, retired cop, and have my own business. What is it you do exactly, lol?

  • Andre Poirier

    Nothing funny about it

  • ricotorpe

    This video is obnoxious, offensive, and stupid, but anyone with a basic understanding of free speech law would know that it is also a constitutionally protected expression. The legislator compares this to the tired old “fire in a theater” line, which demonstrates his incompetence.

    I don’t know which bothers me more. Is it these jackasses or a government official trying to make a name for himself by advocating penalties for someone because of what he said?

  • John

    Nothing about this video is “satire,” “comedy/parody,” or “just joking.” This video depictions of beheading cops is promoting and encouraging ongoing violence toward police officers, the fact is cops are being assassinated in their patrol vehicles, or while responding to fake calls; these misguided young adults should also face any consequences coming their way.

    • Brenda Stines Mills

      A MOSLEM TRIED TO BEHEAD A POLICE OFFICE IN KENNEWICK, WA. LAST MONTH WITH A SWORD….fortunately his partner killed the moslem dead with one shot !

  • Dawn Bell

    That was utterly disgusting!! Why can’t these negros put this kind of effort into obeying the law, rioting over innocents killed by other blacks, cleaning up the ghettos, preventing bastard kids and getting f–king jobs!!! But no, because they don’t like facts. And because they’d rather continue to play the victim with no personal accountability for anything!! Just like that stupid ass rapper who made a video of him showing a little black boy how to hang a white child. This is unacceptable!!! Smfh!!

    • KEYSTONELIGHT

      Well said….Bravo…!

    • Highest common denominator

      You sound like your feelings are hurt. The rapper was making a statement, and the fact that all you’re reacting to is the white kid being hung shows your ignorance to watch the entire video.

      Keep crying.

      • LEO

        Racist bigot!

        • Highest common denominator

          I’m neither of those things. Feel free to link another white supremacist article proving i am though, clown.

          • LEO

            You’re definitely bigoted against law enforcement. View the definition – BIGOT a person who is intolerant toward those holding different opinions. Based on the opinions you’ve expressed on this site there is little doubt you’re a bigot. Not only that but you are obsessed with the police and can’t seem to stay away from Blue Lives Matter.

          • Highest common denominator

            Lol, nah. I hate crooked cops. I’ve never said otherwise. Feel free to find where i have though.

          • LEO

            Face it, you’re obsessed with law enforcement. Too funny.

          • Highest common denominator

            Well, I’m black and the roots of the police force began as slave patrols. If a group with crooked members was once authorized to bring slaves back to masters, having a reasonable fear of that group would seem to outsiders as obsession.

            Care to address you being a white supremacist though?

          • LEO

            I hate to be the first to tell you this but you were never a slave and no police officer alive today was part of a slave patrol. What I see is someone who wants the police to overlook blacks breaking the law because of their skin color. DO I have that right, sweety?

          • Highest common denominator

            Refuting everything but being a white supremacist.

          • LEO

            “I only respond to intelligent questions. Since you’re incapable of
            doing that I’ll just ignore your stupidity.” I repeated myself because
            you obviously have problems with reading comprehension.” I’ll try again for someone who obviously has a learning disability. You could always find a friend who knows how to read to help you with the meaning of my response.

          • Laurie O’Donnell Burnside

            Anyone who disagrees with you is called a white supremacist. So much for an intelligent discussion.

          • Highest common denominator

            no, just the guy i was talking to. do you know him?

          • Highest common denominator

            And you’re correct, i was never a slave. Otherwise, how would i be able to let a fake cop white supremacist know that my lot in life is just better than his? That couldn’t have happened if i was a slave, but fortunately I’m able to let you know how much better i’m doing than you with no negative repercussion!

            What a world.

          • LEO

            I’ll ask again ” What I see is someone who wants the police to overlook blacks breaking
            the law because of their skin color. DO I have that right, sweety?”

            I am curious how your life is better than mine? How would you know? Oh, that’s right, you’re fond of making generalizations, aren’t you?

          • LEO

            Here is yet another example of why no one cares what you think – https://bluelivesmatter.blue/councilman-reggie-gaffney-police-profiling/

    • Calistress

      LOL – Freedom of speech. You folks have been whining that the US is too politically correct because minorities get upset when you call them racially offensive names. Now you’re whining because of a video? Too funny.

  • Dave Bosse

    Doesn’t accomplish anything and certainly doesn’t promote a clothing line. Simply hateful and incites further deterioration in race relations.

    • Highest common denominator

      He’s clearly promoting a clothing line. Did you not watch?

  • jennifer

    BULL SHIT

  • Lannon

    They should all be arrested for inciting violence !! They’re making this shit up and just won’t let anything go and the funny thing is, they’re doing the same thing they claim whites are doing to them !! Idiots !!

  • Jo Sunderland Woods

    I am sorry but No wonder you are Profiled and you deserve what people think of you!!! All this is putting us RIGHT Back to where our Ancestors use to be and for me…Now I see why! !Get a damn Life!!! Get a Job. Get off the Streets and have some pride in yourself!! This is just Plain Ignorant!!!

    • Highest common denominator

      He’s not on the streets, he’s in college. He does have a job, he has started his own business.

      You’re mad because you don’t like his message. But, you’re just handing him free publicity by being outraged, and you’ll share your outrage on social media sites, increasing his view.

      Good job.

      • LEO

        Can’t you stop responding and defending to people who dislike what this person represents?

        • Highest common denominator

          Lol, there is 1 thing i know for sure. If i comment, you’ll be right on my coat tails, obsessing over me.

  • LEO

    Would it be okay with you if we did that with someone who is black? I mean it would just be a joke, right?

  • cody claxton

    The students should be disciplined by the school as a violation of their code of conduct, because it reflects badly on the University. I don’t advocate kicking them out unless they continue the behavior.

  • scaatylobo

    I see [ VERY SADLY ] that until or if ,this becomes a REAL war between the left & right = then and ONLY then will there be some attempt to stop these acts of violence and acts that promote hate and racial divide.

  • NevadaMom3

    Jesus, Mary and Joseph, protect us from these criminals.

  • LEO

    Show me proof that a white person created a line of clothing that depicted a black person being hung and beheaded. I’ll wait…..

  • LEO

    What does that have to do with what I posted?

  • LEO

    Much different than this discussion. People from all races have been wearing clothing articles that represent something to them. Gangs in LA do it all the time and in fact will kill each other over wearing the wrong thing. Creating a video of hanging and decapitating police officer and t-shirts ladled with profanity aimed at law enforcement is something totally different. So I have to ask, would you be okay for me to wear a shirt of blacks being hung. After all, it’s artistic expression, right?

    • jennifer 0.2

      Go ahead, just post a pic on twitter!

  • Dan Topp

    Madison has always been a Berkeley wannabe

  • Lori Johnson

    this is horrific,this is not freedom of speech

  • Pat Edwards West

    If they think they are so right with their protests why are they hiding their faces? If I truly believe in something I want everyone to know who I am.

  • Peekin-In

    If this were reversed, there would be such a horrendous outcry. I can see Al Sharpton and Jesse Jackson on the first plane and a riot which of course would be store windows broken in, looting, burning, throwing things at the police beating up anyone who disagreed with them and a demand the white students be expelled. How many of these “kids” are receiving grant money? Strip them of that too. We are living in a time when reparations want to be made for ancestors hundreds of years ago ! This is asinine. Lets begin back in Africa and demand the government of Africa pay these slugs for their ancestors being shipped here in the first place. My family didn’t partake in it, only the rich did. MOST people back then worked their farms, stores, livestock and land to make a living. They weren’t given government handouts like today. As far as I’m concerned, the generations who are receiving welfare have been paid back over and over again.

  • Jonas Blane ll

    A black guy that makes a video about police getting attacked,gets more hatred than a white homeowner who ACTUALLY attacks cops by shooting at cops and attempting to ram cops with his car.

    But Blue Lives Matter right?

  • Laurie O’Donnell Burnside

    How does any kid get into college not knowing how to speak? “They the biggest…”? You ARE missing a verb there Einstein. Send the racist jerk back to second grade.

    • Highest common denominator

      it’s colloquial. seems like you need to broaden your horizons, or realize that he definitely wasn’t talking to you, so it’s not for you to understand.

  • M.

    It looks like the over indulgent “art fantasy” of a couple of privileged college kids. This is trash video art at best. I remember seeing dumb bullshit like this in many of my cinematic arts classes at University. The imagery is tacky and overly romanticizes the image of the violent African American. Books like Native Son made a point of making these creature characters out to be pathetic. But in this day and age, with the culture icons of N.W.A and Tupac, we see a reframing of this image into that of the justified violent African American. Their abrasive rejection of American culture, and open hostility toward any authority is now considered a virtue.

    The Harlem Renaissance writers would look at this piece, and think to themselves, “How bad is it, they these kids are creating these images.” Then they would look at how they live, comparatively speaking, and they would be silent.

  • Nunyabizniz

    This ingrate is part of a group of students who got a full ride to Madison for being poets and hip-hop dancers. (And it’s extremely difficult for anyone else to get a full ride to Madison). He claims he started his line of race-baiting shirts after a friend of his was spit on in a racist incident, except that incident was a lie. If the police hadn’t recorded the questioning with body cams, they would’ve gotten away with their lies.