This graphic review is intended for readers of my previous reviews of The Blind Side and PRECIOUS
Bullock and her adopted black infant from New Orleans. She named him Louis after Louis Armstrong and calls him 'Lou-ee' (just like Satchmo). Throughout her interview with People Magazine, Bullock refers to the baby as 'Little Man.' She moved out of the house that she shared with her husband, Jesse James, and his three white children and now shacks up with Little Man.
Bullock and husband, Jesse James, on the red carpet Screen Actors Guild awards night wearing blue. See my review, PRECIOUS: The Bluest Comedy and its comments from LaSmartOne for the significance of their attire.
Bullock's estranged husband and mistress
Bullocks, estranged husband's company Logo indicates that the Nazi paraphernalia worn by him and his mistress is regular business for the man. Do you really believe Bullock did not know this? Do you really believe that sick jokes aren't part of the glue that holds together the partnership of Racist Man & Racist Woman?
There is probable cause to believe that Sandra Bullock and her “estranged” husband are practicing racism/white supremacy in the instances depicted above—and that each was aware of the other’s racist acts so depicted—before it broke in the news. Bullock says that, for the psychological safety of the infant, she and James decided to keep the adoption secret until AFTER Oscar night, at which she won Best Actress for her role as the white mother of a black boy—who had sacrificial allegiance to his white “family.”
Bullock says she wants this Jesse James to have a big part in the black child’s life. Blue Comedy on both their parts that deserves some severe correction/punishment by those white people who say they oppose the system of racism/white supremacy.