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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Open Letter to Tariq Nasheed, Professional Racist

The Script of "Open Letter to Tariq Nasheed, Professional Racist"

Greetings and salutations, fools! It’s me, the one and only Daniel D – I know some people are saying, “Thank God there’s only one of you; the world couldn’t handle two” – and if that’s what you’re saying, you are probably right. Anyway, it is The Crazy Comedy, Humor and Satire Podcast on Thursday, April 29, 2021, and this is Season 3, Episode 6, entitled “A Letter to Tariq Nasheed, Professional Racist.”

In this episode, I read my open letter to Tariq Nasheed. His name, I understand, is Arabic for “stupid racist scumbag.” For those of you who don’t know him, Tariq Nasheed is a Black Supremacist who tweets racist nonsense with impunity, because Twitter cracks down on racism only when it comes from white people – which is kind of racist, but I guess that’s fashionable these days. Nasheed proclaims that he is the “world’s #1 race baitor.” He has also started or is in some way affiliated with an organization for “Melanoid” empowerment. I have never heard the term “Melanoid” used before. I think it means something like “Mongoloid,” but maybe it’s less politically incorrect or something. Nasheed has also released a rap album called “Wash Yo’ Ass;” the title track of the album “Wash Yo’ Ass” appears to have been a love ballad from Nasheed to his baby mama. And Nasheed has produced several films advocating Mongoloid, I mean Melanoid, supremacy.

Some of you may have heard of the latest controversy involving Mr. Racist Scumbag, aka, Mr. Nasheed. Recently, an entitled, narcissistic, piece of shit, “customer-is-always-right” asshole berated a hotel employee. I’m sure that happens all the time, and people who work in customer service no doubt have countless stories to tell about such asshole customers; but in this case, the employee appears to be on the Autism spectrum and also apparently has some mental health issues. The employee appears to have been having problems with the hotel’s computer system, and the piece of shit narcissistic customer decided that this gave him carte blanch to insult the employee, call him a “faggot,” and what not. Then, when the mentally disabled employee started having a nervous breakdown, the piece of shit narcissistic customer decided to film it for his own sick enjoyment and then post it online. That’s how narcissism works in America in the 21st century. Anyway, Tariq Nasheed decided to share the video on Twitter, with a caption that highlighted the races of the individuals involved, making race the most important feature about the incident. His Tweet indicated that the video is an example of a white employee having a breakdown when he gets chastised by a black customer, as if the employee was having the nervous breakdown because his white fragility makes him incapable of handling criticism from a black person.

Tariq Nasheed's Racist Tweet
Tariq Nasheed's Racist Tweet

Tariq Nasheed’s tweet went viral and received a lot of blowback. Some people took exception to the open and obvious racism of Nasheed, which somehow doesn’t ever get him banned from Twitter, because according to professional racist Ibram X-Factor Kendi, black people cannot be racist – even though Kendi’s belief is, itself, an example of a black person being racist. But Twitter defers on all things racist to the judgment of professional anti-white racists like Kendi.

Other people criticized Nasheed because of how the employee’s obvious mental handicap was being publicized and ridiculed, which they attributed to Nasheed’s sadism and psychopathy.

And then there was the anti-gay aspect of the video, and many people took exception to that, especially LGBTQ activist groups. Nasheed dismissed their objections as, wait for it, white supremacist! I guess to a professional racist like Nasheed, the entire world looks reflects his own racist mind.

Initially, when I saw the video and Nasheed’s ridiculous tweet, I thought he was just a racist, sociopathic, homophobic asshole, but the more I looked into it, the more I realized I had completely misjudged the situation and Mr. Nasheed.

I now believe Mr. Nasheed was misunderstood by his critics, and that we, the critics of Tariq Nasheed, may be a bit hypocritical. I know this is a counter-intuitive claim, so I will explain. And I will explain using the text of an open letter that I wrote to Mr. Nasheed to apologize for misjudging him. So let me read that open letter now.

If anyone who hears this knows Nasheed, please forward this to him, so that he can hear my public apology.

You can read the letter at, or you can listen to my reading of it by clicking the embedded podcast episode at the top of this page or by clicking the link at the bottom of the page (or you can listen to it on your podcast app of choice).

Here's a fun video from YouTube that you can watch: a "reaction" to Tariq Nasheed's rap album "Wash Yo Ass!"

Great family fun! Listen to Tariq Nasheed's love ballads to his stanky-ass baby mama! "Wash Yo Ass!"

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