If my favorite television personality can take a few minutes from saving the world and being saved by the FBI, as E! Online wrote about her latest brush with having some maybe not very nice truths about her life made public, I have a few more words for Ms. Winfrey.
But why should some "hurtful" gossip upset the diva? She is without any shame when it comes to broadcasting the racist lies of the AIDS establishment at every opportunity.
I know Oprah is aware of my other open letters to her, and I can understand why she has not replied. But I do not believe she could have read last Monday's story about the WHO's plans to poison African babies with AZT, and this week's piece from barrister Brink that takes "the struggle" to another level, and not felt sick to her stomach.
As I keep writing, Oprah Winfrey is maybe the most powerful, and best loved Black woman on the planet, and she would gain nothing but respect, and help a whole lot of her brothers and sisters here in America and in The Motherland, if she could just admit she has been duped.
There is no shame in this, and this is not the 60s so she does not have to worry about any physical danger for changing her mind publicly about an important issue the way Malcolm X did when he returned from the Hadj and told the world who the real devils were.
I'm still waiting for the call from your producers, O.
Peace & Love
A new biography, by noted sport's writer Frank Murphy, The Last Protest: Lee Evans in Mexico City, contains the only account of that unforgettable olympics Lee vouches for as accurate. Mr. Evans is currently the head track and field coach at The Univesity of South Alabama in Mobile, and one of his recruits, Vincent Rono (from Kenya) captured the gold in the men's 1500 m. final of the NCAA games held in Sacramento in June. Almost nobody knew this because the TV commenters thought the real story was in interviewing the second place finisher from Florida. Even though he lost, his team (the favorite) still took first, and the TV people wanted to make sure he did not feel really badly about being beaten by some African from a no name university who was coached by the still unmentionable Lee Evans, who told Avery Brundidge and the entire racist Olympic establishment where to shove it 40 years ago. And since he never recanted, he has never been forgiven. I don't have to say how many national medals the UofSouthA won before his arrival four short years ago, but it would be the same as the number of AIDS patients cured in more than 25.