Rights And Wrongs

Posted in Politics, Society on January 19th, 2015

The descent pf Negro activism
Civil Rights And Wrongs

Do not mistake me. I’m too much the student of true history to be one of those who has “white washed” and deified Martin Luther King Jr. The man was so much worse, but also so much more than the comfortable caricature we’ve created of him. Still, that being said, he was so much better than the parasites, grifters, and vermin that rose from his corpse.

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Death of a King: The Real Story of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Final Year
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The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built Prison America (Studies in Postwar American Political Development)

Yes, The Blacks Steal

Posted in Society on January 9th, 2015

It’s politically incorrect to talk about Blacks and theft in the same sentence…unless one is talking about Whites having stole something from the Blacks. However, I’m White and therefor racist, so there’s nothing for me to lose by discussing the fact that the Blacks steal.

I’m not talking about mugging, burglary, armed robbery, or any other form of material-based larceny, though it’s true that the Blacks commit those crimes disproportionately often. No, I’m talking about the Blacks propensity for stealing victimhood and grievance.

Blacks Stealing Victimhood, Angst, and Anger

Sadly for all involved, this sort of appropriation of other people’s woes, is a core part of the pathology of the “Black Community’s” communal psychosis.

Blacks have a extremely hard time disassociating themselves from other Blacks that have had a bad experience. Most cannot do so if they feel that race played a part in that experience or its outcome. In all truth and despite repetitive claims that Blacks aren’t monolithic, the Blacks do not, when there’s any feeling of victimization, operate as individuals. Blacks will identify with other Blacks, seeing them as models or archetypes, not as individuals. Then they compulsively internalize that Black’s pain, angst, or outrage – valid or not – into their collective identity.

This is why whenever a Black is considered to have been wronged somewhere in America riots and protests break out in Black communities across the country. It’s an unfortunate result of the “Black Community’s” communal psychosis.

Nor is the Blacks’ pathology limited to the modern day; it encompasses and subsumes their history as well. Rare is the Black who can look in the mirror and not see an African, many whose ancestors were brought here against their will. Rare is Black who can move beyond the truth that they the descendants of slaves. No, that centuries-old pain – pain that was inflicted on others long, long, long in the grave – is the centerpiece of their collective identity and that pain and fear, stolen from history, percolates deep inside them and they are largely powerless to repress it.

So yes, the Blacks steal and it’s exactly this specific sort of theft that prevents them from success.

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Closure: Jack Randall #1
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Race-Baiting Insanity: State Senators and MSNBC (Race-Baiting Insanity Series #1)
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If You’re Cold

Posted in Humor, Politics, Society on January 7th, 2015

Yeah, I imagine that the angry, race-baiting, ghetto thugs and their White enablers and panderers aren’t liking the winter weather.

Have a warm mug of something and laugh at the fools
If You’re Cold, They’re Cold

Just, for the love of all that’s right and holy in America, neither bring them in nor let them in.

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