The United Nations is an organization dedicated to helping colored people, especially Black people, on a global scale and simultaneously dedicated to making white people pay for this humanitarian effort.
Recently, the United Nations has decided to debate whether or not rape should be included considered a tool of war, as nations in Africa are seeing an epidemic of rape in war-torn countries:
"Beyond climate change, nuclear proliferation and other hot topics of this month's annual U.N. gathering of world leaders, the international body will address another threat to humanity: the epidemic of rape in conflict-afflicted areas, especially the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, who appeared genuinely moved after her August visit to rape victims in eastern Congo, is expected to chair a special U.N. Security Council session at the end of the month to review U.N. efforts to curb the epidemic.
Contrary to disingenuous white liberals - who believe racist white babies are the pre-eminent threat to the safety of General Zod-Obama and his new America - the greatest threat to peace and stability, according to our Secretary of State, is rape.
It had been hoped that when Pre-Obama America was defeated, the undeclared race war that Civil Rights activists had been waging against every institution in America would end. After all, the nation had just elected overwhelmingly a post-racial president in Mein Obama, who would bring about a new understanding of race and an age of nirvana for all the people of the world.
Instead, violence and aggression is rising throughout America, as the transition into "This is a Black World" now, and the ghost of John Brown is ostensibly leading the wanton violence that comes from Black people, aimed directly at those they seek to dispossess.
Stuff Black People Don't Like is working extra hard to chronicle 365Black and if you glance at the contents of this three-month old website, you will see plenty of examples of the strange rise in vicious attacks aimed squarely at stopping those who they have dispossessed from voting.
Rape, as the United Nations is debating, is one of the worst tools of war and in America, the reality of rape is hard to stomach:
"In the 111,590 cases in which the victim of rape or sexual assault was white, 44.5 percent of the offenders were white, and 33.6 percent of the offenders were black. In the 36,620 cases in which the victim of rape or sexual assault was black, 100 percent of the offenders were black, and 0.0 percent of the offenders were white. The table explains that 0.0 percent means that there were under 10 incidents nationally.
The table does not gives statistics for Hispanic victims and offenders. But the bottom line on interracial white/black and black/white rape is clear:
In the United States in 2005, 37,460 white females were sexually assaulted or raped by a black man, while between zero and ten black females were sexually assaulted or raped by a white man.
What this means is that every day in the United States, over one hundred white women are raped or sexually assaulted by a black man."
The election of Mein Obama was a Pyrrhic victory for race relations in America, as Black people called a ceasefire in their undeclared race war against Pre-Obama America to rejoice in his coronation as Zod-Obama.
That ceasefire is off, as recent actions on a St. Louis bus, Boise State's football field, and a casual viewing of the nightly newscast in your city will unfortunately display.
SBPDL is 365Black for a reason, as we believe McDonald's efforts to educate the world about Black people will ultimately fail. The reason? Outside of sports stars, Civil Right agitators and entertainers, Black people haven't done much, thus the reality is all of the Black achievements could be discussed in roughly a 30-minute infomercial on late-night television.
We work hard to fill those other days with the reality of Black America, even in The Age of Obama.
The United Nations is doing a good thing discussing rape in Africa, as the problem in the Congo is getting bad, but still not near American levels:
Of course, the copious amounts of rapes by Black people in the Congo and by Black people in the United States has absolute no correlation, but the reality of rape in South Africa is much worse:
"Every day, 10 new women and girls who have been raped show up at his hospital. Many have been so sadistically attacked from the inside out, butchered by bayonets and assaulted with chunks of wood, that their reproductive and digestive systems are beyond repair.
“We don’t know why these rapes are happening, but one thing is clear,” said Dr. Mukwege, who works in South Kivu Province, the epicenter of Congo’s rape epidemic. “They are done to destroy women.”
Eastern Congo is going through another one of its convulsions of violence, and this time it seems that women are being systematically attacked on a scale never before seen here. According to the United Nations, 27,000 sexual assaults were reported in 2006 in South Kivu Province alone, and that may be just a fraction of the total number across the country.
“The sexual violence in Congo is the worst in the world,” said John Holmes, the United Nations under secretary general for humanitarian affairs. “The sheer numbers, the wholesale brutality, the culture of impunity — it’s appalling.”The days of chaos in Congo were supposed to be over. Last year, this country of 66 million people.."
What does this tell us about Black people, when we are confronted with the numbers from the Congo, South Africa and the United States? It tells us the United Nations is doing a good thing in combating rape and trying to define it as a tool of war, and since the UN is located in New York City, it needs look no further than the United States to view a real war.
"One in four men in South Africa have admitted to rape and many confess to attacking more than one victim, according to a study that exposes the country's endemic culture of sexual violence.
Three out of four rapists first attacked while still in their teens, the study found. One in 20 men said they had raped a woman or girl in the last year.
South Africa is notorious for having one of the highest levels of rape in the world. Only a fraction are reported, and only a fraction of those lead to a conviction."
Of course, white people in the United States don't really count as a collective people at all, as they are just individuals and previously engaged in open warfare against the indigenous people of America and for centuries raped the colored populations of the world as they tried to take it by force.
So consider the actions of Black people now payback for centuries of being raped by the white man.
Stuff Black People Don't Like includes the United Nations declaring rape a tool of war, for the numbers indicate that 100 white women are raped everyday by Black people in America, a number that correlates to the number of Africans raped in the Congo each day.
A real war is being waged in America - just like in the Congo and if the UN is serious about stopping rape, they need look no further than within the borders of the country that houses that global institution.