Thursday, November 21, 2013

Telling the Truth about Rahmaland Public Schools

Markie Oles emails:
I was reading the latest addition of Chicago Magazine, when I noticed who they decided was one of the 'Worst Chicago People of 2013'.

Apparently over the summer, Lupe Fiasco, a rapper, gave a commencement speech at a City High School.  His alleged act of failure?

Saying "Congratulations, you have graduated from one of the most terrible, substandard school systems in the entire world.  You have just spent the last 12 years receiving one of the worst educations on Earth.  You are at least four, five steps behind people in other countries that are younger than you..."

Although he is not calling Government to get out of the Education of children, he is at least telling it like it is.  To me, he should have been voted one of the 'Best Chicago People of 2013'!


  1. Lupe Fiasco got excoriated by the media for daring to question what happened on 9/11 and calling Obama a lying sack of shit.

    He earned my love that day!

  2. Lupe Fiasco might be a leftist, but he was the guy that got up on stage and blasted Obama for his foreign policy and that the president was the same as the other guy during Obama's celebration for his reelection. Obama wasn't at the party but it was one of those many official gatherings. They had to kick Fiasco off the stage, literally. It was glorious.

  3. "Although he is not calling Government to get out of the Education of children, he is at least telling it like it is."

    Sometimes all you need is that from some people, its a start

  4. Lupe hates the government in general. Back in 09, he also called Obama the country's biggest terrorist like a bawse.

    1. The anarcho-communist, too, gives the appearance of hating government in general, but the appearance is deceptive. The AC wants to sweep away extant governments and set up in their places an absolute despotism.

  5. The event on "Saturday, June 29, 2013" was "the 2013 Mass Black Male Graduation and Transition to Manhood Ceremony". It was organized by the Black Star Project and held not at one of Chicago's high schools but "at Chicago State University in Chicago, Ill."

    See also

    It's by the way that six friends of good journalism are Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why. If we recall the rudiments of calculating permutations, we learn quickly that their names can be listed in exactly 6! many ways.