SBPDL has tried to make it clear to everyone that We Live in a Black World now, regardless of the demographic figures. All that matters anymore is the United States number one and two exports – sports and Mein Obama – and the citizens of not only our country but the entire world consume both in vast quantities.
From the National Basketball Association (NBA) to the National Football League (NFL), the citizens of our country will follow their professional team to the gates of Hell if they had too, and with sports being one of our top forms of economic production in the nation, we might as well admit the US is not even a service economy anymore, but a hybrid sports-consumption economic society.
Sports project a positive image of Black people – if you don’t read Jeff Benedict’s work - since Black people are capable of performing the extraordinary feat of running with a football and putting a ball into basket. However, one skill that eludes Black people is flying planes, a task no amount of government intervention can rightfully alter.
Our second most valuable export is Barack Obama, a real-life General Zod. Black people know this, which is why they support him with nearly unanimous numbers and why the look to him as being the man who drove the stake deep into the heart of Pre-Obama America.
His approval rating in America might be slipping – among everyone but Black people - and social unrest might be just around the corner as the economy slides into disaster mode – just ask the good citizens of Detroit – but Zod/Obama has finally been given the honor that he rightfully deserves; a Nobel Prize for Peace:
"A beaming President Barack Obama said Friday he was both honored and humbled to win the Nobel Peace Prize and would accept it as a "call to action" to work with other nations to solve the world's most pressing problems.
Obama told reporters in the White House Rose Garden that he wasn't sure he had done enough to earn the award, or deserved to be in the company of the "transformative figures" who had won it before him.
But, he said, "I will accept this award as a call to action, a call for all nations to confront the challenges of the 21st century."
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The Nobel Prize is correct to award Obama with this honor, for his election has lead to peace in the United States. Were it not for his election, the chaotic scene in Detroit, where upwards to 50,000 Black people thought they would be getting a stimulus check, would be repeated in every major city. Black people have the highest unemployment of any racial group in America and yet, having a fellow Black occupy 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue keeps alive the prospect of hope and change.
A white person in office would be cause for riots, as no positive net growth in jobs is beyond the horizon, and the rate of unemployment will only aggregate in the coming months. Yet, Obama is seen as the figure who can eradicate this imbalance, merely by maintaining his current melanin level.
Sadly, the Nobel Prize for Peace that Obama was bestowed is but another honor given to a Black person for Peace:
“The first Nobel Prizes were awarded in 1901, it was not until 1950 that a Black person was a recipient. An African American from Detroit, Dr. Ralph J. Bunche was the first black man to receive the distinguished prize for his work as a United Nations mediator; his efforts led to the 1949 Arab-Israeli armistice agreement.
Ten other remarkable Blacks have received a Nobel: Albert John Luthuli, 1960 Peace Prize; Martin Luther King Jr., 1964 Peace Prize; Sir William Arthur Lewis, 1979 Economics Prize; Bishop Desmond Tutu, 1984 Peace Prize; Wole Soyinka, 1986 Literature Prize; Derek Walcott, 1992 Literature Prize; Toni Morrison, 1993 Literature Prize; Nelson Mandela, 1993 Peace Prize, Kofi Annan 2001 Peace Prize and Wangari Maathai, 2004.”
How peaceful is the world currently? Let’s just say the United Nations is considering calling rape a tool of war, which doesn’t bode to well for those who are committing it in open warfare in America.
No, Black people have been honored primarily for bringing a faux-peace to the world, where it has quickly devolved into an even more bellicose state than it was before – a precursor of things to come in the United States with Obama’s latest gift from Nobel.
Take for instance Dr. Bunche. He sure did a good job ending that Arab-Israel conflict, didn’t he? Or Desmond Tutu of South Africa, as his nation is a beacon of peace and prosperity.
What other honors does the Nobel Committee give? Alfred Nobel stated this, in his will:
“The capital shall be invested by my executors in safe securities and shall constitute a fund, the interest on which shall be annually distributed in the form of prizes to those who, during the preceding year, shall have conferred the greatest benefit on mankind.
The said interest shall be divided into five equal parts, which shall be apportioned as follows: one part to the person who shall have made the most important discovery or invention within the field of physics; one part to the person who shall have made the most important chemical discovery or improvement; one part to the person who shall have made the most important discovery within the domain of physiology or medicine; one part to the person who shall have produced in the field of literature the most outstanding work of an idealistic tendency; and one part to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity among nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.”
Black people have won 11 Nobel Prizes, with most coming in the peace category and others in the literature and economics category, or 1.4 percent of all Nobel’s given out.
Never has a Black person won a Nobel Prize for work in the field of chemistry, physics or medicine and sadly, no award is handed out for best overall athlete.
Obama is seen as the man who has brought peace to the world, as he has skillfully kept the United States from entering economically-fueled riots, but the scene in Detroit earlier this week showed what is coming. The Nobel Prize he won is a great honor, but it may turn out to be short lived. Stuff Black People Don’t like includes only winning Nobel Prizes for Peace, because more than 70 percent of their awards have come in this category.
The Nobel Prize is thus inherently racist for only awarding prizes in the fields of chemistry, physics and medicine to white people or Asians. Black people have made contributions in these fields… haven’t they?