Ice Cube evaluates the Science

Back in the 20th century, a Ph.D. physicist in our lab at MIT introduced all of us to his favorite musical artists. Ice Cube was high on the list, especially for Death Certificate.

We can give thanks today for Ice Cube’s thoughtful analysis of the Covid vaccine Science. From the New York Post:

Last year, it was reported that Cube left the cast of Sony’s ”Oh Hell No“ after refusing the COVID-19 vaccine shot.

“I turned down a movie because I didn’t want to get the motherf–king jab,” Cube said on the podcast. “I turned down $9 million. I didn’t want get the jab. F–k that jab. F–k y’all for trying to make me get it. I don’t know how Hollywood feels about me right now.”

“Those motherf—ers didn’t give it to me because I wouldn’t get the shot. I didn’t turn it down. They just wouldn’t give it to me,” his expletive-filled rant continued. “The covid shot, the jab … I didn’t need it. I didn’t catch that shit at all. Nothing. F–k them. I didn’t need that s–t.”

Happy Thanksgiving Day to everyone! I trust and hope that all of you are following this MSNBC physician’s advice to refrain from gathering and instead sit alone watching Netflix (especially House of Cards featuring Kevin Spacey?):


  • Rammstein, another physics favorite (but they’re German so they can’t be included in our celebration of stealing a continent from the Native Americans)

7 thoughts on “Ice Cube evaluates the Science

  1. “our celebration of stealing a continent from the Native Americans”

    What do you mean, “celebration”? Eating turkey or pumpkin is clearly a hairshirt form of atonement.

  2. That’s a great album, even though it’s mildly antisemitic (last track), moderately racist against Asians (Black Korea), and against black women dating white guys getting with (Horny Lil Devil).

    Today’s America is so attuned to empowerment that Ice Cube would have been cancelled when his records were still sold out of auto trunks (first big hit was called A B*tch Iz A B*tch, on a band called NWA, and I won’t tell you what the N stood for).

    Only in the much more racist, sexist, homotransphobic 80s and 90s could a talented young black man rise from one of Los Angeles’ poorest neighborhoods to be a world famous music and movie star wealthy enough enough to turn down a $9 million role. Thank goodness the sworn enemies of oppression put a stop to that sort of thing.

  3. I used to listen to quite a bit of Ice Cube/NWA when I lived in Newark and shared a big, bad stereo with one of my roommates. Later it was Cypress Hill, moreso when I lived in Baltimore, particularly among a few of my semi-elite University pampered prep-school kids who discovered The Street via Music and forgot all about that (except for the $200,000+/yr jobs they got later in the SF Bay Area.)

    Ice Cube may not be much of a scientist but he does have the unusually powerful force of his words, which I suppose also applies to Anthony Fauci, so no harm, no f*****g foul, I guess. I doubt he’ll change his tune for Fauci, or anyone else though.

  4. While we are on the subject of Ice Cube’s thoughtful analyses of this and that, you might have also linked to his articulate analyses of the Jewish conspiracy that controls the world.

    • Do you have a link for this? I would love to see it.

      Separately, I would love to see a debate between Anthony Fauci and Ice Cube on the merits on the current injections that are marketed as “COVID vaccines”. And then a debate between Ice Cube and the $1 million/year CEO of the Anti-Defamation League regarding whether Jews wield exceptional political power.

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