Close Them Down!

Posted in Humor, Society on July 21st, 2015

In these times, when certain sorts are so fixated on removing what they see as racism, it’s time – past time! – to finally close down obviously racist establishments. They’re offensive!

White Castle Logo
Close Them Down! They’re Cracka Racists!

At the top of that list should be White Castle. Really! C’mon! White Castle. It’s right there in the name. It’s White; that’s racist. It’s a castle; that’s White privilege right there as there’s a long history of Blacks not having castles. And what is the centerpiece of White Castle’s menu? The hamburger – a food named after a German city, highlighting the White European conquest of America. That’s racist! Worse, hamburgers are fast food and Blacks are overrepresented in the fast food industry, meaning the likelihood of Blacks making and serving food to Whites and that’s got to be racist too.

Really! In a time like now when there are concerted efforts to eradicate the Confederate flag, desecrate Confederate graves, and tear down Confederat monuments, how can we let White Castle stay in business?

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Wicked Good Burgers: Fearless Recipes and Uncompromising Techniques for the Ultimate Patty
The White Castle: A Novel
The Absurdity of Political Correctness & Racism
Not Gay: Sex between Straight White Men (Sexual Cultures)
The Slow Burn of Silence (A Snowy Creek Novel)

This Post Is Racist

Posted in Society on July 8th, 2015

Negress with WatermelonThis Is Racist!

Yep! A Black woman in a kerchief, holding a slice of watermelon – that’s just got to be racist, racist, racist! Hellfire and perdition! If teaching Shakespeare and serving peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are racist, then this picture and post must be as well.

But hey! I’m a White man and according to the Blacktivists, their followers, and the Liberals and Progressives who enable and pander to them I’m racist just because of my race. Hence, none of the specifics matter.

Related Reading:

Silent Racism: How Well-Meaning White People Perpetuate the Racial Divide
The Colors of Jews: Racial Politics and Radical Diasporism
On Persecution, Identity & Activism: Aspects of the Italian-American Experience from the Late 19th Century to Today
Black Political Activism and the Cuban Republic (Envisioning Cuba)
A Fierce Discontent: The Rise and Fall of the Progressive Movement in America, 1870-1920

Subhuman’s Trafficking

Posted in Politics on July 1st, 2015

It’s no surprise. After Dylann Roof put down 9 Blacks inside Charleston, SC’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church Obama got up and attacked the Confederate Flag.

It’s true a flag did not cause these murders. But as people from all walks of life now acknowledge…the flag has always represented more than just ancestral pride. For many, black and white, that flag was a reminder of systemic oppression and racial subjugation. We see that now. Removing the flag from this state’s capitol would not be an act of political correctness. It would not be an insult to the valor of Confederate soldiers. It would simply be an acknowledgment that the cause for which they fought—the cause of slavery—was wrong.

Let us as a hand-out to Obama ignore the wrongness of Obama’s position upon the Confederacy’s banner. After all, at the beginning and the end of the day, and every misspent moment in between, Obama is a Black and only a Black. One must make allowances for the boy’s hatred of the flag of his ancestors’ masters.

But such charity or largess of tolerance should not be extended towards Obama’s rank hypocrisy. In this egregious yet typical case it is the boy’s insistence last month that the codicil in the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) that prevented nations that engage in in slavery from being part of major trade deals with America be modified so that any country that is declared to be taking “concrete” steps toward reducing human trafficking and forced labor can be part of a trade deal.

Ah well. This is Obama and such behaviors should and must be be expected from him.

Related Reading:

Thinking Strategically: The Competitive Edge in Business, Politics, and Everyday Life (Norton Paperback)
The Wiersbe Bible Study Series: 1 John: Turning from Hypocrisy to Truth
South Carolina Hometown Cookbook (State Hometown Cookbook)
Inhuman Bondage: The Rise and Fall of Slavery in the New World
The Trans-Pacific Partnership: Prospects for Greater U.S. Trade