We Wuz Kangz, Writ 134 Minutes

16 02 2018

I’m just waiting, and not gleefully so, for the first news story to cross mine eyes about a black either murdering or violently assaulting a white person, because MUH WAKANDA.

It happened after Roots, and Mississippi Burning, and A Time to Kill, and Twelve Years a Slave.  One of our common complaints is that hate crimes enhancements almost always seem to be a single-edged sword that is swung in one direction.  Oddly enough, though, the 1993 Supreme Court decision which green lighted they very concept of bias enhancements, Wisconsin v Mitchell, originated in a black that got all up in his feelings and felt some kind of way after watching Mississippi Burning, and took out his frustration by turning a white teen inside out.  At the time he did it, Wisconsin had a hate crimes provision, and Mr. Mitchell’s lawyers, well, literally, took it all the way to the Supreme Court.

Now that I’ve established this, I’m waiting on any trolls or incredulous interlocutors to retort with what I think they will, because I’ve already got the response rearin’da’go.

This thing for awhile had a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes.  When you can’t get 100% of people to agree that the color of a lemon is yellow.  Yeah, real, fishy.

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IU Health Pediatric Nurse Reads From DNC Platform

26 11 2017

Indianapolis

I’m sure all her black woman friends are disgusted with her.

Why?

“Don’t go saying that about white boys, because they’ll grow up and become white men, who will then run up raw into one of our daughters and give her a baby with good hair.”





A Few Ways I Could Take This

16 11 2017

Atlanta

Paul Kersey, (who I understand also went on a voluntary blog hiatus while I was on my involuntary hiatus), on the latest nursing home outrage involving black employees.

A few points:

(1) A few years ago, I think it was out of Florida, there was another similar outrage.  It involved a black woman employee, a nursing home, a centenarian white woman nursing home patient, and a dildo.  You figure out the rest.

(2) This man fought to beat that big bad evil Hitler for the cause of equality in 1945, and equality wound up murdering him in 2014.

(3) These are the high costs of low wages.  The nursing home industry doesn’t pay well, which inevitably means that a lot of black women will be its employees, if they can easily access the facility by way of commuting.  Which in turn means that you’ll inevitably have younger black women, full of anti-white hatred and propaganda (public schools, rap music, and official society), who literally hold the lives of elderly white people (the very people they believe oppressed them) in their hands.  Hence, travesties like these.

(4) When my uncle and I were scouting out potential assisted living facilities for my mother in the early part of last year, from the outset, we deliberately eliminated from consideration any facility in the St. Louis area that was along or near public bus lines.  It will only take you a millisecond to figure out why.  As it turned out, the one she liked, we liked and she moved into in March of last year is well beyond the reach of the metro area’s public transportation system.





Enough Death For You?

9 05 2017

College Station, Texas

“In order to be equal, in order to be liberated, some white people might have to die”





Fairness In Smoke

23 02 2017

Charleston, South Carolina

Remember when they told us that their only problem with the CBF was that it was being flown on public property or under public imprimatur?

So much for that.





Gentleman of the Jury

20 12 2016

Milwaukee

WISN-ABC-12:

Members of the Black Panthers of Milwaukee, some armed with guns, marched through the Sherman Park neighborhood on Sunday to protest what they called the “genocide” of African Americans at the hands of law enforcement.

Unless it can be shown that law enforcement is either:  (A) Deliberately killing black people for the sake of doing so, or (B) Killing black people at a rate so prodigious that it is greater than that group’s natural rate of procreation and TFR, (C) Deliberately killing black girls and women of reproductive age and capability or those who are not yet capable but are expected to be so eventually, for the expressed purpose of deterring future black fecundity, or (D) Engaging in some deliberate organized consistent lasting public action which prevents black babies from being born, I’ll have to vote Not Guilty.





Not Senseless

18 07 2016

Baton Rouge

False headline. It’s not senseless, because already know the reason. Even if the Baton Rouge Advocate doesn’t want to admit the reason. As their MSM colleagues just up the Mississippi River discovered, when you tell the truth, black lesbians will rage.