Black people aren't dumb. As we have discussed, they know all about disingenuous white liberals (DWL's) and how they really view Black people.
DWL's love Black people - only as long as they don't live near them nor attend their kids schools. If they violate this code, then DWL's find it difficult o deal with Black people.
The entry on "The End of Knowing" has been a popular one here at SBPDL, as people have found it difficult to understand the movies intricate mythology and the Nordic undertones that movie portrays.
It is wrong to casually dismiss the ending and the SBPDL interpretation of the film, for DWL's would love to live in a world devoid of Black people. The only problem is that they would have no minority group to use and manipulate for power.
As we will see in a future entry, Black people do not like vigilante movies. One of those movies is the 1999 film, The Boondock Saints, a film that has gained cult status around the world:
"The Boondock Saints is a 1999 crime thriller film written and directed by Troy Duffy. The film stars Sean Patrick Flanery and Norman Reedus as Catholic Irish American fraternal twins, Conner and Murphy MacManus, who become vigilantes after killing two members of the Russian Mafia in self-defense. After a message from God, the brothers, together with their friend David Della Rocco, set out to rid their home city of Boston, Massachusetts of crime and evil; all the while being pursued by FBI Special Agent Paul Smecker (Willem Dafoe)."The two Irish brothers are on a Holy crusade to cleanse Boston - all of their targets in the film are white, whether they be Russian, Italian or Jewish - of evil and they are accompanied by another friend who early in the film absolves Black people from being in the cross-hairs of the Saints, through a joke.
David Della Rocco plays The Funnyman, a low-level mobster who ends up being the Boondock Saint's third wheel. In the film, he is forced to tell a joke - now remember, one of the things we have established here at SBPDL is the high levels of crime that Black people have a propensity to delve into, but Hollywood (and LA Law) turn a blind eye to this reality and always make the vigilante's antagonist white guys, or mobsters - and Black people find this attempt at humor horrifying.
As stated, the joke plays upon Black people's worst fear, for it confirms the reality of their deepest darkest nightmares: that given the choice, white people would prefer to have a Coke than to living in the same country as Black people (below is the joke):
Yakavetta: I'm having a shitty day. I'm depressed. Tell me a funny joke.DWL's were exposed with this joke - and it came from a movie about cleansing America of its evil inhabitants. Hispanics and Black people were excluded from being targets in The Boondock Saints, because the joke told by "The Funnyman" magically removed them from the Saint's cross-hairs ( Black people are correct; all white people love the idea of Pre-Obama America and look at the state of major US cities under Black rule as justification for their "I'll have a Coke" attitude).
Rocco: Now? A joke? Uh... um, uh... A joke. Yeah, alright. Um... There's these, uh, three guys, uh... a-a-a-a spic, a-a-a-a white guy and a black guy.
Rocco: Yeah, n-n- Yeah. And-and they walk along the beach, they see this pot, they rub it, genie comes out. Genie says, you know, "You wish for anything you want." So, he asks, uh-uh, Mexican what-what he wants, and he goes, uh, uh, "I want, uh, all my people in America to be happy and free and in Mexico." And so, genie - Poof! And, all the spics are in Mexico. And then he asks the black guy...
Vincenzo Lipazzi: Nigger.
Rocco: Yeah, that's what I said. Goes to the, uh- uh, nigger, says, uh, "What do you want?" And he goes, um, uh, "I want all my African- my nigger brothers in America to be back in Africa and-and happy and everything." You know? So, genie goes poof! And, um, all the niggers in America are in Africa. And, uh, uh, uh, this is go- I'm not funny today. I-I know. I'm havin' a hard day. I-I-I- This joke sucks. It's-it's-it's a stupid joke.
Yakavetta: Continue the joke.
Rocco: So the genie says to the white guy, uh, um, "What's your one wish?" And the white guy goes, "You mean to tell me all the niggers and spics are out of America?" Genie goes, "Yeah." He says, "Well, um, I'll have a Coke, then."
Crime, academic standards being lowered and getting upset over the loss of chicken are byproducts of living under Mein Obama rule.
Stuff Black People Don't Like includes the "I'll have a Coke" joke from The Boondock Saints, because Black people know that all white people, if they found themselves in the same situation as the jokes participants, would gladly wish for a Coke from the genie as well.