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November 18, 2023
Dave Chapelle’s monologue is the best ever.
We have seen several monologues but this one takes the cake. Very good and straight to the point.
It couldn’t be more open and honest. If you are able to express topics in this way, you are great.
Dave Chappelle is a 49-year-old American stand-up comedian and actor. He is best known for his satirical comedy sketch series Chappelle’s Show.
He addresses all kinds of issues. In a funny, straightforward, and well-timed way. He says things that of course not everyone agrees with.
You don’t have to agree with anyone. That’s your right. But Dave is a standup comedian and that’s what they do, making jokes about anything and everything. Deal with it.
Since November 12, Dave Chappelle has been hosting SNL again. Saturday Night Live is an American sketch comedy and variety show that airs live on television late on Saturday evenings.
There was a lot of criticism. It said, in part, “Dave Chappelle hosting SNL again is a slap in the face to transgender people, including one of their own new cast members.”
‘Psychologist Dr. Sebastian M. Barr, who often writes about transgender health, said, “I don’t like reminders that the general public and even creators I like don’t care about my community. Dave Chappelle on SNL is unfortunately not surprising, but fucking hurts.”
It’s simple, if you don’t like Dave Chapelle just don’t watch.
Dave Chapelle will give a monologue in the Saturday Night Live program on Saturday, November 12. It was art.
A monologue that includes Ukraine, Kyrie Irving, Donald Trump and much more. A monologue that addresses many issues. Based on the truth and told in a way that is absolutely nice and appreciated.
”The main point” of the monologue was that “there is a double standard as to who can say what about whom.”
Jon Stewart is a 59 year old American comedian, actor, producer and author. He is best known as the host of The Daily Show and as the producer of The Colbert Report show. These are satirical television programs that mainly highlight the American media and politics.
An interview with Jon Stewart by CNN in October 2004 caused a stir in America. In the debate program Crossfire he wiped the floor with two interviewers because they were partisan hacks of the two political parties in America.
They did nothing about the political debate in their program, which Jon Stewart thought America desperately needed. A while later, CNN dropped the program.
The producers indicated that Jon Stewart’s criticism was the reason for canceling the program and the support Jon Stewart had given to make more news and less opinion.
Jon Stewart is a friend of Dave Chappelle and he said, “Something Kanye said on his media tour – he was interviewed by five different people – because the media model is arson and conflict.”
“Look at it from a black perspective. It’s a culture that feels like its wealth has been extracted by different groups… That’s the feeling in that community, and if you don’t understand where it comes from, you can’t deal with it to deal with.”
He also said: “Punishing someone for having a thought – I don’t think this is the way to change minds or gain understanding. Censorship will not end anti-Semitism.”
‘If you judge people, you have no time to love them.’
Media & mission
We see the news, read the media and listen to all those so-called media experts. We think most of them have gone crazy, we think they cross boundaries to stay relevant and do not provide useful information.
The media takes news from each other, without research and being open minded. They are creative-less. The mission of the media is primarily to provide cancel culture, prejudice, superficiality, division, negativity and fear.
See for yourself
We are fans of Dave Chappelle. He makes the ordinary special. What he does is pure storytelling.
He is straight to the point and top of mind. He always delivers media with a mission.
It’s worth taking a look for yourself. Check it out if you want: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_m-gO0HSCYk
Wake up, hustle & be better.