Shocker, not. At least we didn’t have to see Beyoncé doing this:
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Yesterday, July 14, the Disney movie “The Lion King” premiered in Leicester Square, London, UK.
Among the “celebrities” in attendance were Prince Harry and Meghan Markle (in a one-size-too-small $4,343 dress designed by Jason Wu), Beyoncé, who voices Nala in the movie, and her satanist husband, Jay Z.
“The Lion King” is a live-action remake of the 1994 animated movie of the same name, which 34-year-old Prince Harry says is his favorite movie of all time, having watched it more than 20 times. Arrested development, anyone?
This is what 37-year-old Beyoncé wore for the premier of a children’s movie — a yellow gown slit to the waist, which exposes her legs, and which, when she walks, reveals her (unshaved) crotch.
From a public health perspective, I sure wouldn’t want to sit down where she had sat without giving the seat a thorough wipe-down with bleach.
Well, at least we now know for sure that her blonde hair comes from a bottle.
Do you lick your toilet bowl?
You should know that “rimming” — licking another’s anus — is akin to licking your toilet bowl.
This is what passes as “higher education” in America’s universities. Dinah Holtzman, a faculty member at Indiana University — a public, i.e., taxpayer-funded university — dedicated an entire academic journal article to Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s rimming of each other’s anus.
Jay-Z’s real name is Shawn Carter. Beyoncé’s full name is Beyoncé Knowles-Carter.
Holtzman pretentiously accords great significance to the couple’s rimming, which she euphemistically calls “analingus” and “cake eating”. Holtzman calls their rimming a mark of “black” culture and applauds Beyoncé’s licking of her husband’s anus as an act of “feminism”.
Below is the abstract of Dinah Holtzman’s article, “Ass You Lick It: Bey and Jay Eat Cake,” in the journal Black Camera, vol. 9, no. 1 (Fall 2017):
This essay investigates a period from 2010 to 2014 in which Beyoncé covertly celebrates mutual marital analingus with her husband rapper Jay-Z. This is no coy allusion to transgressive sex play but rather an embrace of egalitarian erotic practices. Such a radical position is especially significant since, other than the Obamas, the Carters are the premiere example of a successful black heterosexual marriage. The couple’s subtle promotion of cake eating suggests the key to commensurate male-female coupling is to queer and black(en) heterosex. The Carters’ down-low affirmation of reciprocal analingus is notable because of the larger cultural debates around Beyoncé’s embrace of feminism in late 2013 in the midst of her “Mrs. Carter Tour.” Through a close reading of the Carters’ references to cake eating, I argue that the couple’s coital customs are feminist, queer (heterosexual), and black.
According to her LinkedIn profile, Dinah Holtzman is a visiting lecturer (which means she’s a non-tenured year-to-year hire, thank God) in Gender Studies at the American Studies Department of Indiana University, Bloomington.
Despite her “visiting lecturer” title, she is listed as part of the “core faculty” of the American Studies Department. Her research areas are New Media, Sexuality Studies, U.S. and South Asian popular culture, contemporary art, queer of color critique as well as critical race, feminist, psychoanalytic and queer theory.
Holtzman has an abysmal overall rating of only 2.2 (on a scale of 1 to 5) on Rate My Professors.
By Doyle Murphy of the New York Daily News
Beyoncé and Jay Z wired ‘tens of thousands’ of dollars to bail out protesters in Baltimore and Ferguson, Mo., a writer says.
Jay Z and Beyoncé bankrolled protesters in Baltimore and Ferguson with tens of thousands of dollars in bail money, a writer and social activist close to him claimed.
“I can say I’ve personally helped facilitate donations they’ve given to protesters directly and that they never ask for anything in return, especially publicity,” author dream hampton told the Daily News in an email.
The writer, who collaborated on Jay Z’s book “Decoded,” first revealed the power couple’s behind-the-scenes support in a series of tweets on Sunday morning.
“When we needed money for bail for Baltimore protesters, I asked hit Jay up, as I had for Ferguson, wired tens of thousands in mins.” hampton wrote.
Breitbart.com reports, Dec. 30, 2013, that the Jewish human rights group Simon Wiesenthal Center is demanding an apology from San Antonio Spurs superstar point guard Tony Parker for “repeatedly making a neo-Nazi hand gesture:
As a leading sports figure on both sides of the Atlantic, Parker has a special moral obligation to disassociate himself from a gesture that the government of France has identified as anti-Semitic.
Here are 4 images of Parker and teammate Boris Diaw, a Frenchman, making the offensive gesture:
The offensive hand gesture is called the “Quenelle” gesture–a right arm extended towards the ground, palm opened and the other one bent across his chest touching his right upper arm. The gesture has been labelled as a “reversed Nazi salute,” made famous a few years ago by Dieudonné, a French comedian from African background who is under fire in France for his repeated use of the symbol.
Haven’t we seen the Quenelle neo-Nazi salute before, in one of FOTM’s caption contests?
Here it is:
Why isn’t the Simon Wiesenthal Center demanding an apology from Obama, Jay Z, and Beyoncé (I don’t know who the other guy is) for making the same neo-Nazi racist salute that Tony Parker made?
Stinking “liberals” and their stinking double standard!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
H/t FOTM’s sharp-eyed Christy
Here’s the pic:
You know the drill:
This contest will be closed in a week, at the end of next Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2013.
To get the contest going, here’s my caption:
Dancing to the beat of his 2003 song, “Lucifer,” Jay-Z leads Obama and Beyoncé in the “Heil Satan!” salute.
For the winner of our last Caption Contest, go here.
The “stand your ground” self-defense laws in Florida and two dozen other states allow individuals to defend themselves without requiring them to attempt to evade or retreat from a dangerous situation.
Although his attorneys did not employ the “stand your ground” law in their defense of George Zimmerman in his recent trial for second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin — for which Zimmerman was fully acquitted by the jury — that hasn’t stopped Stevie Wonder from making an issue of Florida’s “stand your ground” law.
A week ago, our DCG posted about entertainer Stevie Wonder declaring that he won’t perform again in Florida until the state repeals that law.
Justin Sink reports for The Hill, July 22, 2013, that some of the music industry’s biggest acts are joining Wonder in his boycott of Florida.
A source “close to” Wonder told American Urban Radio Network’s April Ryan that music “artists” who are joining Wonder include, in alphabetical order:
Bruce Springsteen dedicated a song to “justice for Trayvon Martin” during a concert in Limerick, Ireland; while Jay Z and Beyonce met with Martin’s parents during a rally in New York City.
According to Ryan’s report, some of the recording artists have already canceled shows in the Sunshine State.
The following is by no means an exhaustive list.
For other pro-Obama “celebrities,” go to FOTM’s “Leftwing Pathology” page and look for the post links colored brown!
Actor Jack Black ($40 million net worth) is calling Mitt Romney a “master flip-flopper”while ignoring Obama’s litany of flips and flops. This is the same Jack Black who, at the MTV 2009 Video Music Awards, prayed to the “Dear Dark Lord Satan” to “grant tonight’s nominees with continued success in the music industry” (see pic below).
Actresses Eva Longoria ($35 million net worth), Scarlett Johansson ($35 million net worth) and Kerry Washington ($3 million net worth) spoke at the Democratic National Convention and are on a video roasting the Romney/Ryan ticket for its alleged anti-women stances (translation: anti women’s “right” to kill the unborn).
2. Garrison Nelson, a professor at the University of Vermont, donated $250 to Obama earlier this year. Nelson was quoted in June 2011 about Obama’s emphasis on his support for the auto industry bailout: “This is to hit Romney where he lives.” Four years ago, he commented on Obama’s favorable poll numbers in Vermont against then-Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-N.Y.): “It’s the Obama phenomenon. Obama has really taken hold here. We’re caught in the wave of support he’s getting.”
3. Peter Ricchiuti, professor of finance at Tulane University donated $3,000 to Obama in 2012 and $1,000 in 2008. He has also given to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.), Sen. Mary Landrieu (D-La.), the Democratic National Committee and Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-La.). In 2011, he told ABC News that Obama’s job creation initiatives were “all good ideas.” Ricchiuti told the Mississippi Daily Journal in January 2009 that fears that the incoming Obama administration would usher in a new socialist state were unfounded. “I think he’s a free-market guy,” Ricchiuti said at the time.
5. Robert Axelrod, political science professor at the University of Michigan, donated to Obama in 2008 and 2011. In a 2010 Washington Post article titled, “Obama Steps Up Confrontation,” Axelrod says confrontation with the opposing party is initially necessary in order to ultimately strike a bipartisan deal. The article reported that he is not related to David Axelrod, who is a senior adviser to Obama.
6. David Yellen, dean and professor of law at Loyola University in Chicago, donated to Obama in 2008 and 2011. In 2004, he gave to both Howard Dean and Sen. John Kerry (D-Mass.). Yellen told The Washington Times in 2010 that the scandal involving former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich (D) was not a significant problem (“not a big deal”) for the White House. Yellen said his donation does not affect his objectivity.