Thursday, September 6, 2018

R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Black Reverend Hilariously Calls Out Black Criminality at Aretha Franklin's Funeral


"Respect" is a black preacher going to a funeral for a purported black legend and calling out the black community in America for creating all the problems for blacks commonly and habitually blamed on structural inequality, implicit bias, white supremacy and the debilitating impacting of white privilege.
[Aretha Franklin's family blasts 'black-on-black crime' eulogy,, 9-4-18]:
As Aretha Franklin's eight-hour funeral drew to a close last week, the Rev. Jasper Williams Jr. rose from his seat and picked up the microphone. 
Reverend Williams embarrassed blacks with a truthful eulogy for Aretha Franklin
Clad in a black suit, accented by a bright red tie and pocket square, the Atlanta-based pastor began eulogizing the Queen of Soul with an impassioned rendition of the popular hymn, "Father, I Stretch My Hands to thee." A large silver cross swung from his neck. 
"This is my subject as I attempt to eulogize Aretha Franklin; my subject is Aretha, the Queen of Soul," Williams said as the song's final notes faded on Friday. 
But in the roughly 40 minutes that followed inside Greater Grace Temple in Detroit, Williams would devote more time to voicing criticisms about black parenting and "black-on-black crime" than Franklin's life and legacy. His words prompted swift backlash on social media, many slamming him for being "homophobic," "misogynistic" and disrespecting other black people. 
Among those who didn't appreciate Williams's eulogy were Franklin's family members, who called his comments "offensive and distasteful," the Detroit Free Press reported. 
"Rev. Jasper Williams spent more than 50 minutes speaking and at no time did he properly eulogize her," Vaughn Franklin, the late singer's nephew, said in a statement on behalf of his family. He told the Associated Press that the eulogy "caught the entire family off guard." 
In the statement to the Detroit Free Press, Vaughn Franklin said Williams was asked to perform the eulogy because he had eulogized other family members, including the singer's father, the Rev. C.L. Franklin. But, he added that, "there were several other people that my aunt admired that would have been outstanding individuals to deliver her eulogy." 
"We feel that Rev. Jasper Williams Jr. used this platform to push his negative agenda, which as a family, we do not agree with," the statement said. 
During his eulogy, Williams drew outcry for his views on single-parent households run by black mothers and the Black Lives Matter movement. 
He described raising children in a fatherless home as "abortion after birth." 
"Seventy percent of our households are led by our precious, proud, fine black women," he said. "But as proud, beautiful and fine as our black women are, one thing a black woman cannot do. A black woman cannot raise a black boy to be a man. She can't do that." 
Franklin was a single mother of four boys. 
Kei Williams Not Related to Rev. Jasper tweeted "How do you turn Aretha Franklin's funeral into a dragging of Black women? HOW DARE YOU...." 
Rep. Chaz Beasley tweeted "No disrespect to Jasper Williams, but my single mother raised me to be a man pretty well. . . #ArethaFranklinFuneral" 
When Williams spoke about the Black Lives Matter movement, he used it to critique black-on-black violence. 
"When we kill one hundred of us, nobody says anything," he said. "Nobody does anything." 
He added: "Black-on-black crime. We're all doing time. We're locked up in our mind. There's got to be a better way. We must stop this today." 
Then, he said if he were asked today 'Do black lives matter,' he would answer, 'No, black lives do not matter." 
"Black lives will not matter. Black lives ought not matter," he said as the crowd applauded. "Black lives should not matter. Black lives must not matter. Until black people start respecting black lives and stop killing ourselves, black lives can never matter." 
Though some supported Williams's stance, his comments were met with immediate reaction at the funeral when singer Stevie Wonder reportedly shouted, "Black lives matter."
On Twitter, some described the eulogy as a "disaster" and a "disgrace."

A 'disgrace'?
No, it's called the truth. 
White people are absolved from the problems black people create for themselves. We owe blacks nothing. 
Absolutely nothing. 
Reverend Williams spoke the truth and it doesn't matter what blacks think about it, because blacks should have absolutely no impact on any policy governing white lives. 
They can't even govern their own community without blaming imaginary white ghosts for haunting every aspect of their lives. 

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Is This Necessary in the White Community in the USA? In 10% Black Brevard County, Florida, Blacks Responsible for Almost All Violence, Unite to Try and Prove Black Lives Matter

Hundreds of blacks gather together in Brevard County, Florida, to call for an end to black on black violence. Representing just 10 percent of the 543,000 people living in the county, blacks are responsible for nearly 60 percent of the homicides in a given year.

Thus, the need for a unity event to try and convince anyone, everyone that Black Lives Matter.[Religious community unites against homicides, youth violence, Florida Today, August 28, 2018]:

Local religious groups set aside their differences Saturday and joined together in a show of unity amidst a string of homicides that have rocked Brevard's black community and left residents grasping for solutions.
We promise Black Lives Matter (never mind how often we kill one another in a county less than 10 percent black)
Hundreds of people from churches around the county gathered at the New Shiloh Christian Center in Melbourne Saturday evening in a rollicking rally that more resembled a gospel revival than the traditional town hall.
A number of demonstrations have sprung up in recent weeks in response to the violence. But, as the joyous noise filled the humid August air, attendees said this felt different.
"What we decided to do, rather than complaining about the darkness, is to shine a light," said Bishop Merton L. Clark of Truth Revealed International Ministries. Clarke, along with New Shiloh's Bishop Jacquelyn Gordon and other church leaders, helped organize the event.
"We're pulling all these people together to send out a message of unity and love, to see if we can turn some things around," he said.
While the atmosphere was exuberant, beneath were notes of distress and urgency.
There have been 23 homicides since January, about average for Brevard at this point in the year. But 11 of the victims were black, a concerning trend in the community given that blacks only make up about 10 percent of the county's population. 
"The blood is crying from the streets," Clarke said.  "Black men are killing black men. This is something that we need to change."
The murders have ripped at old wounds in a community beset by social and economic ills, Clarke said, and quickened a sense that solutions to local violence must begin in the home and the heart.
As with many of the recent demonstrations, the role of parenting was a common theme. Sheriff Wayne Ivey, who spoke at the event, emphasized that point from the dais.
"We have to allow parents to be the chief law enforcement officer in a child's life," Ivey said. "There is no greater movement than parents uniting together and teaching their children right from wrong, and that there's consequence for their actions."

Has this ever been necessary in the white community in the USA? The persistent, omnipresent nature of black violence in America is truly shocking when you take a step back and realize there is absolutely no comparison possible to any other racial group in the USA.

Monday, September 3, 2018

Just Boycott It: Nike Makes Anti-White Colin Kaepernick the Face of Its 30th Anniversary "Just Do It" Campaign

Previously on SBPDL: Just Do it! What The Nike Riots Tell Us

corporation whose market value rests on foreign cheap labor has now made the face of its upcoming 30th anniversary Just Do It campaign an anti-white, anti-police, anti-American black athlete. [Nike Launches Ad Campaign Starring Colin Kaepernick, Zero Hedge, 9-3-18]:

In a move that will likely infuriate president Trump, and/or lead to a sharp decline in Air Max sales, on Monday afternoon Nike and Colin Kaepernick unveiled a new ad campaign featuring the controversial former NFL quarterback as part of the company’s 30th anniversary "Just Do It" ad campaign. 
The entire power structure in America is on Colin Kaepernick's side,  yet we must believe he is a victim. 
The image, which Kaepernick tweeted out, shows a black-and-white closeup of the quarterback’s face and the words, “Believe in something. Even it if it means sacrificing everything. Just do it.” 
According to ESPN, Kaepernick - who is suing NFL owners for allegedly colluding to keep him out of the league - is one of the faces of a new Nike campaign meant to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the brand's iconic "Just Do It" motto. It also adds that while Nike signed Kaepernick in 2011 and kept him on its endorsement roster over the years, the company had not used him in the past two years. 
“We believe Colin is one of the most inspirational athletes of this generation, who has leveraged the power of sport to help move the world forward,” Nike V.P. of brand in North America Gino Fisanotti told ESPN. 
Perhaps, but for now Kaepernick is entering a second NFL season without a team and has an active collusion grievance against the NFL. That case cleared a hurdle last week with the league’s request to dismiss the grievance was rejected. A trial hearing that requires testimony from NFL owners could happen at some point in the future. 
“We wanted to energize its meaning and introduce ‘Just Do It’ to a new generation of athletes,” Fisanotti told ESPN. 
Kaepernick became a household name in August of 2016 when he began kneeling in what he said was protest of racial injustice during the national anthem, provoking a major backlash by the president, and eventually NFL fans.  The protests during the national anthem, soon embraced by other players too, raised the ire of some NFL fans and U.S. President Donald Trump. The result was a steep dropoff in NFL viewership in 2017.
There's no getting off this ride.

Nike is the official uniform supplier of the NFL (and consequently Baylor, a school infamous for recruiting black football players to chase after - and be accused of raping - white women), and has now decided to throw fuel onto a burning cultural war fire choking white Americans into realizing they are losing their nation.

Strangely enough, it's seemingly innocuous stories of an American flag being left out of First Man and Colin Kaepernick's antics, aided by ESPN, Nike and his black woke allies in the NFL, forcing white Americans to understand where there is smoke, there is fire.

This conflagration is exactly what those architects of Black-Run America (BRA) don't want.

Sunday, September 2, 2018

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) Approves Black South African Government Confiscating White-owned Farms

Previously on SBPDL: The Coming Racial Chaos in South Africa: "We are going to take the land, even if it means we're going back to the dark ages. This country must be African. We are African."

Never forget: in a multiracial society, democracy is nothing more than a racial headcount. Worse, when the global institutions propping up the anti-white mindset operate under the same guiding principles, you quickly understand what's happening to white South Africans will inevitably happen to the coming white minority in the USA, France, Canada, the UK, and Germany. 

As long as the confiscation of white property/white wealth is done transparent and follows a 'rules-based' (i.e., if the people will it) procedure... [IMF backs South Africa’s plan to confiscate land from white farmers, Russia Today, 8-31-18]:
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) approves of South Africa’s controversial land reform as long as the highly contentious process is “rules-based” and transparent, according to the fund’s representative in the country. 
Unfortunately, the IMF doesn't seem to care...
Montfort Mlachila, the IMF’s senior resident representative in South Africa, said that the regulation must not damage agricultural output and put at risk food supplies for the country’s citizens. 
“We are in full support of the need to undertake land reforms in order to address the issues of inequality,” Mlachila said in an interview with Reuters. 
“There is need to have a transparent, rules-based, and constitutional process that leads to desirable outcomes. It is particularly important not to undermine agricultural production and food security.” 
The widely debated land reform was proposed by the country’s ruling African National Congress (ANC) in 2015, and received full support of the newly elected President Cyril Ramaphosa. The proposed measure will allow the South African government to expropriate land belonging to the country’s white farmers without compensation. 
A major part of South African farmlands is still owned by the country’s white minority. The current president vowed to change the South African constitution to grant some of the land to the landless black majority. 
The draft reform, which reportedly provoked violent attacks and even murders of white farmers, triggered a great uproar internationally. Last week, US President Donald Trump ordered Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to closely study the issue. 
Earlier this year, the Australian government started issuing emergency visas for farmers facing violence in South Africa. 
Last week, the ANC announced the withdrawal of the disputed draft by the Portfolio Committee on Public Works for further study. According to the committee’s chairperson, Humphrey Mmemezi, the bill was referred to parliament on procedural grounds, but they couldn’t duplicate a separate parliamentary process. Afterwards, the ANC announced their commitment to push the land reform through.
In the end, the venerated U.S. Constitution won't save us, if an Amendment is passed in a few decades to confiscate white-owned property/wealth to be redistributed to America's new, non-white majority.

Democracy is, after all, a racial headcount.