I'm trying to be less rigid and more receptive to opinions and ideas that I don't necessarily agree with, as long as the individual is genuinely concerned about social change. Just because I differ with someone on an issue doesn't always mean their perspective is invalid (sometimes it is, e.g., Foxnesn).
In the case of 3x and Suave Bro, it's obvious they are polar opposites, in terms of ideology and methodology. Bro can downright work my nerves sometimes, but there is one thing I'm certain of, he is extremely concerned about the plight of the black community. That's fine with me.
Unlike Expertise, he doesn't appear to be an ideological conservative, steeped in classical Reaganism. Frankly, I don't believe the man could give a damn about any of that partisan rubbish.
He seems more like the kind of guy who is disillusioned by countless, empty promises made by mainstream liberals, and he sometimes overemphasizes personal responsibility (not always a bad thing).
I see no reason why the Bill Cosbys and Angela Davis's of the black community cannot coexist, so long as each is willing give the other the opportunity to utilize their respective strategies and methods for social change.
With that said, it's quite obvious there are crack- pots out there who's agenda, masked within the facade of goodwill, perpetuate this system of oppression, and therefore, exacerbate the plight of oppressed people. However, I don't believe Suave Bro can be classified as such an individual.