Zonation: RG3 attack proves that racism abounds in the Democratic Party and MSM

Another great monologue by Zo on the true racism in the Democrat Party:

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  • Orangeone

    I absolutely LOVE this man! Every one of the videos you post from his is absolutely spot on Scoop.

    • BlueGood

      Aye…This Zo is ZOWIE!….Like this guy….

      BTW….Isn’t a Birthday coming up in a couple more sleeps Orange???…

      He Heh….

      • Orangeone

        Are you going to age another year BlueGood, thought you just did ๐Ÿ™‚

    • shadetree56

      you can check out all his videos at pjtv.con.

      • Orangeone

        Thanks. I do and I follow him on Twitter.ย  I would pay to see him debate Piers Morgan ๐Ÿ™‚

        • shadetree56

          he would be having a battle of wits with an unarmed opponent.

  • deeme

    How many examples do you need..it never ends…Shoot the leader of the NRA..Mia Love is an Aunt Tom…Allen West and Herman Cain are Uncle Toms..here are a few more examples…


    • armyvet10

      deeme, you made a point or connection that I used on a different thread; that being the name calling from African American liberals towards any African American that refuses to tow the line. I think another avenue which hasn’t been traveled by the truth is that Shelia Jackson Lee, Jesse Jackson, Al (not too) Sharpton, and other prominent so called leaders of the black community must keep as many of their community focused on what they say rather than the truth. The problem is that if the down trodden African American communities learned the truth it would set them free and Shelia Jackson Lee and her ilk would have to run to keep from being held accountable for all their lies.

      • capelady

        It makes me think of a term Thomas Sowell (another brilliant black conservative) used to describe the liberal anti-gun nuts…


    • Ferraro’s synopsis of Obama was actually spot on…and if she were a Republican they would’ve caused the left to celebrate her death.

  • PVG

    Brilliant and hilarious!

  • c4pfan

    Thanks for posting it scoop!

  • tinlizzieowner

    I’m glad that made it here. ‘Zo’ makes so much (common) sense, I had to subscribe to his site. ๐Ÿ˜‰

    • medicinewomantwo

      My 16 year old son does too! Smart kid……..now if he could just stop eating all my food!

      • TitaniumEagle

        We of that age tend to do that ๐Ÿ™‚

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  • PatrickHenrysBody

    So the screw of victimology continues to turn for lefties. I thought that whole tolerant lot was supposed to be pro-choice and what not. It seems to me RGIII chose to live ihis life as he sees fit, including falling in love and becoming engaged to the person of HIS CHOICE. Again, so-called “tolerant” types constantly viewing people and in this case black Americans through their own microscope and with stereotypically jaundiced eyes at that. Hypocrites all!

  • JeffWRidge

    Look at what one black radio host said about Tim Scott. He said he was black only in skin color. Then there’s Adolph Reed, who said in the New York Times that black Republicans were all tokens. They attack any minority who is a conservative or a Republican. The whole intent is to delegitimize minorities who show that conservatives and Republicans are not racist.

  • TitaniumEagle

    This guy is great. Just truly terrific and always spot-on without any BS.

  • CO2isGood

    I just wonder how many Democrats ever see Zo. Wish he was on Fox.

    • PicklePlants

      Not too many Dimo’s would see him there. I wish he was on MSNBC.

      I wonder if a conservative pack of some type could buy commercial air time on MSNBC or CNN and show 1 minutes segments of Zo and Bill Wittle over, and over, and over again. It would be great entertainment value for conservatives (not that I would watch).

      • sybilll

        PP, someone (I can’t recall who) suggested the Conservative and Tea Party Super PACs merge their money and buy a major network. I love that idea!

        • meyou

          Maybe they could buy Current TV for $1.99 (that might be overpriced)

  • SineWaveII

    Zo said it best but remember the democrat party fought to keep slavery and when that failed invented the KKK. Nuff said.

  • warpmine

    Big thumbs up Zo!

    • breakn70

      Rob Parker, “the corn hole brother”. HAH!

  • Loved that video! A new perspective in a topic that I thought I was already pretty well versed in. I almost wish he had a counter-segment during one of Soledad O’brien’s segments of “still oppressed and hate fills my veins against the white man, in America” shows, but no liberal outlet is going to try that out.

  • 911Infidel

    RGIII is a good kid. So what’s Parker’s problem with him? I know what it is. Parker is a nobody. So in order to make a name for himself he has to diss a good QB who happens to be a somebody. ESPN did the right thing by suspending the jerk. They ought to fire him.

    Meanwhile, RGIII is on his way to setting records, maybe a Pro Bowl, and maybe an MVP season. It would be great satisfaction if Mr Parker were watching RGIII in the Pro Bowl while reading the want ads after he gets fired.

    • PatrickHenrysBody

      Parker’s problem is that RGIII is a successful, independent black man who happens to be in love with a white woman and either is a Republican or votes Republican. In other words, he is an Uncle Tom and Parker just can’t take it because it means that RGIII does not buy into the whole victim/slavery/evil white man meme.

      • NCHokie02

        “The phrase “Uncle Tom” has also become an epithet for a person who is slavish and excessively subservient to perceived authority figures, particularly a black person who behaves in a subservient manner to white people; or any person perceived to be a participant in the oppression of their own group.[1][2] The negative epithet is the result of later works derived from the original novel.”

        So doesn’t this make the black democrats the Uncle Toms’ of the world? Not a black person who has their own beliefs and does what they deem right for themselves regardless of race. RGIII and others like him have escaped the democrat plantation and the black liberals are the ones screaming to the world “Look! Look! He’s getting away! He’s not one of us!!”

        Man they are dumb.

        • PatrickHenrysBody

          Good points.

      • 911Infidel

        Parker’s real problem is that he is a “cracker”. That’s the dude with the whip. Jethie and Al are the Massuhs.

        RGIII is a free man. He owes nothing to the black massuhs and crackers.

        To be called an Uncle Tom should be a badge of honor. Uncle Tom was the hero of Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel and the reason that compelled so many to support the Republican Party in 1860.

        Parker, Al, Jessie are just modern day Judas’s.

        By the way who do you call when RGIII gets injured in a game?

        A: You call Starfleet Command and ask for Captain Kirk. :P)

        • tinlizzieowner

          OJ Simpson had a White wife. That Black golfer (whose name escapes me) has a white wife. Many of the Black athletes have White girlfriends. Several Black actors have White wives/girlfriends. You don’t hear that Black situational hypocrite Parker getting all worked up about that, do you. It’s plain as day that his comments have nothing to do with ‘color’ and everything to do with ‘plantation politics’.

          • 911Infidel

            And the former secdef in the Clintonoid WH…William Cohen.. has a black wife. And Susan Rice has a white husband. Hell, even Barky-boy’s mommy was white. Hmmmm…Wasup with that? Is it because they are all Dhimiratz? Of course it is.

        • PatrickHenrysBody

          LOL. Liked the joke.

  • Zo for President 2016!!!!

  • Yazz55

    Libfag Parker just tryin’ to get his 15 min of fame.

    Its all just WMD (wording of mass diversion) and innuendo.

  • WordsFailMe

    Yo! Yo! Yo! Zo!

    You really wasting your breath, my time and building a lot of false hope and bullshit expectations in my friends, the “Conservatives,” on this site. You gotta lighten up man.

    You are talking about a very special kind of person, now, called the “African American.” Don’t forget that. You are not talking about actual Black people born and raised in Britain, France, Saudi Arabia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Haiti, Egypt, Kenya Madagascar or Nigeria.

    The African Americans you talking about heard Martin Luther King say, “Judge a man by the content of his character, not the color of his skin.”

    The Africanized American thought and still thinks that Rev. King was speaking to the white man.

    So Zo, stop blowing smoke up our butts. Nothing is going to change. The truth doesn’t matter to these people. Maybe you ought to curl up with a BF Skinner psychology book. Skinner’ll tell you this after many years of experimentation. “If you want the rats to change their behavior, you got to move the cheese.”

    It’s the cheese, my wordy buddy, The Demmies got the cheese and rats will go where ever the cheese go.

    • tinlizzieowner

      Are Young Black Men Rejecting Obama?
      By Walter Hudson
      “The number of young black men who cast a vote for the Republican presidential candidate in 2012 tripled that of 2008. The reality of the Obama presidency presents an unprecedented opportunity to engage the black community and explore the roots of its political loyalty”.
      This is what Alfonzo Rachel is all about. He’s not talking to us. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      • WordsFailMe

        You’re probably right, tin, but for me, watching everything I believed about my fellow Americans disappear in the last 4 years has got me on edge.

        On one hand Zo may be the greatest Black leader to emerge in the last ten years, but he could be just another scam, telling whitey what whitey wants to hear, a strategy that’s worked for centuries.

        We conservatives love to hear a black man talk about how blacks have been exploited by those who pretend to care about the “racial divide” but I doubt if anything he says has much impact in the black community.

        I hope I’m proved wrong but until then, I’ll maintain my skepticism.

        Thank you for the thoughtful response to my slanting rant.

        • tinlizzieowner

          I don’t see him as a ‘great Black leader’, I see him as a ‘media hit’.
          I know (conservative) Black folks who think his way. People who voted for Obama the first time and when I askd them ‘why’ they said ‘it’s a Black thing, first ‘Black’ President’, stuff like that. Successful, retired ex military, watching their lives and their wealth spiral down. You never hear about these people, ‘the media’ doesn’t want you to. One of my pals, a retired Major (who just happens to have a White wife) is absolutely insensed about that ‘racist’ and his comments on ESPN.

  • NCHokie02

    Loved the definition of “the cause”. Struggle without end. A cause to just be angry because of “white” oppression. Hmm…but the majority of athelets making millions of dollars are black. There are tons of black musicians making tons of money. A black man is in the White House. There are black men and women in the Congress. There is a black man sitting on the supreme court. So blacks are still repressed how exactly?? Oh thats right, if they don’t stay “true to da street” then they aren’t really black. Retarded.

  • What else would you expect from a reporter who comes from the liberal petri dish called Detroit and wrote for the liberal Detroit Free Press. Its plain to see what that social experiment produced.

  • aposematic

    Wow, so much truth in only 3:26. Go Zo…

  • Zo is simply the best.

  • mikeinidaho

    What’s that you say? Racists in the political party that started the KKK? Really?
    Well hush my mouf’!

  • Such a logical dude.

  • http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=cornball+brother

    I had to google the term to figure out what it meant. Looks like RG3 has some supporters on the Urban Dictionary.

  • Not4TheGimmeParty

    Zo is awesome. All of his videos are awesome, used to watch him when he had NachoSauce Productions. (pre ZoNation)

  • msverde1

    Support the man’s stance and not diffuse it because the unremitting jab at conservatives will not stop, especially by “deep-digging” folks in the likeness of one Rob Parker. Buffone, nelle parole d’amici. (Yes, ANOTHER American man who so happens to be black and who has an affinity for the Italian culture, in addition to knowing the language a well. Ahem! Before you put on the brakes to use the term “renaissance man,” STOP AND THINK! Right, Mr. Parker?) Gee whiz, man!!

  • Biggbear52

    I do not know the young man in the video but he and the people behind him at Zonation are 200% correct. the only place bigotry truly exists is the mind of 98.75% of the democrat mind. In fact there is a tomb stone that indicate that the democrat party is the party of the insane. Gee wonder where the deceased got that idea? ๐Ÿ™‚

  • This man should be running for office. His intellectually honest staccato rhetoric, infused with facts and non-PC idealism. Would be a sure bet he be elected to office in a true conservative district. “Run Zan Run”

  • tinlizzieowner

    Racist Black punk Parker yanked off the air at ESPN for 30 days for his comments. Now, he’s apologizing because his phony, baloney, job is in jeopardy. Liberals seem to spend a lot of time apologizing for ‘mis-speaking’, when how they really feel is going to cost them something.
    ๐Ÿ˜‰ ๐Ÿ˜‰

  • 12grace

    I love Zo!

  • Wisewoman2

    Thanks Zo. As an AA person who marched with MLK in the 60s in MS, I am appalled at the “younger generation” who are empty headed idiots who truly do not understand their history or the history of the democratic party. They do not know that for the most part it was the dems and in modern times the southern dems who were the enemy of black people. I watched in real time this guy’s comments and I was stunned that he could sprout such foolishness. In my own family after 2 unsuccessful marriages to black men in which she was mistreated my oldest sister married a white guy and we were very happy for her. He was a great guy. Of my 6 married brothers, two of them married white women. One of them is my favorite sister-in-law. So when I hear nonsense like that I wonder when are we AAs going to wake up to the fact that we have been had by these current crop of democrats both black ones and white ones.

  • Waitin4theBeach

    When are we conservative gonna start a national speaking tour of America for Zo and Allen West… Get them out doing community forums!!!

  • BeyondPolls

    Liberals have to perpetuate their changes to history daily. Conservatives ended slavery and tried to end racism, but now liberals take credit it for it. Since they lied about history, they have to perpetuate this lie daily to make people believe it.

    What the bleep is Rob Parker going on about?? He’s obviously against interracial marriage, which is a problem I thought we solved!!

  • Testify it loud brother Zo!!