Thursday, July 30, 2009

#124. Sharing Kim Kardashian

Black people have much to look forward to in their lives, as they enter the Post-Obama world in the United States of America.

If, they are able to utilize their skills and excel in basketball, football or another sport, then they are able to enter the world of hero status and will be "hero" worshiped by millions upon millions of white fans across the country (all Black people are "hero" worshiped by disingenuous white liberals, regardless of their ability to play kids games).

If they are able to combine words that rhyme and do this at an accelerated rate, then they will become a rapper and engender themselves to millions upon millions of white "rap" fans, and like Black people who make it in professional sports (or even college sports), they will be well paid and have access to something that all Black men desire: white women. (Black people who are not rappers or sports stars have another route to get this highly desirable resource into the Black community, rape:

"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."
These statistics relate an important: Black people - Black men - like white women. However, not all Black people can be rappers or sports stars, so the availability of white women for the majority of Black people is more difficult to acquire.

With that said, having a white woman on your arm as a Black person is sign you have it in this world. Tiger Woods, Kobe Bryant, Seal and countless other Black people have white women as wives.

However, there is one female who has yet to completely sign her heart to one Black person and that is the callipygous Kim Kardashian, a white woman who is famous for, well, wikipedia tell us:

"... an American celebutante, socialite, model, actress and businesswoman... O.J. Simpson is Kardashian's godfather."
Perhaps not much else is needed to say at this point, but to reiterate that O.J Simpson is Kardashian's godfather. Kardashian is one of those highly sought after white girls, that Black "heroes" go for, as she has been married to Black producer Damon Thomas, dated and made a sex tape with Ray J; and then started a romantic relationship with sometimes National Football League player Reggie Bush. Sadly, that relationship has come to a close, as Kardashian has apparently been romantically linked to Kanye West.

Yes, that Kanye West, the rapper who famously fumbled (more than Bush on the football field) his words furiously at George W. Bush over his lack of compassion for Black people in New Orleans after Katrina. Thankfully, Kardashian has more than made up for the former president's lack of empathy to Black people.

It has been reported that:
“Reggie saw text messages on Kim’s phone from Kanye West and flipped out … they referenced a night they hung out, how much fun he had, how hot Kim was, and more racy things that got Reggie’s imagination running.”
Kardashian is the fodder for celebrity magazines - the new Bible for millions upon millions of white people in America, whose religion is "celebrity" and "hero" worship of celebrity and sports figures - and stories of her infidelity from one Black person to another is just to juicy to miss.

With O.J. Simpson as her Godfather, the man who was acquitted from the horrible murder of Nicole Brown Simpson and a white guy, Kardashian is no doubt learning about the importance of dating a Black athlete -albeit a part-time running back for the Saints - and/or a Black producer/rapper.

However, as we have learned, Stuff Black People Don't Like includes Sharing Kim Kardashian, for the thought have showing off the buxom Kardashian at parties and on the red carpet - or in home made porno tapes - is a thought only one Black guy can have at a time.

#74. Voting by Those Dispossessed

Black people in the United States of America fail to realize how good they have it in Post-Obama America. The nation is at their finger tips, with the media, legal system, educational system and legislative branch completely binding over backwards to submit to their every demand.

To be fair, even in Pre-Obama America, these various entities were fully backing the impending handover of power from white America to Black America. And yet, in the world under Mein Obama, the Justice Department has fully capitulated to the new Black rule descending upon America, but Black people still can't fully understand the decisive nature of their hegemony.

The goal of Post-Obama America is to mirror the hardships that Black people faced in Pre-Obama America upon white people, a group of individuals incapable of thinking in terms of the collective importance of hate.

The collective importance of hate is something Black people practice beautifully, as evidenced by the way they voted for candidate President Barack Obama in 2004 - 96 percent of Black voted for him - and how they support him even now - 97 percent of Black people approve of his performance since moving to 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue - and how they have worked to solidify their vice upon white people.

Even though white people living now have never held slaves; few white people alive now were directly involved in opposing the civil rights era of the 1950s and 1960s; and fewer white people alive have ever engaged in actual voter disenfranchisement, many white people subscribe to the theory that infatuates disingenuous white liberals - that all of the aforementioned sins of the white past must be ameliorated by the white people in the present and the future, indefinitely.

And thus, as we saw on that glorious November 4, 2008 day, the beginning of the end of white people being able to vote began in earnest in Philadelphia as members of the New Black Panther Party brandished weapons to intimidate white people from voting.

Of course, in Post-Obama America, the charges that were filed against these Black people - who were only doing their duty to their people in the new regime - were dropped by the Justice Department (the following is a FOXnews transcript):

CITIZEN: we got a phone call that there was intimidation going on. i walked up to the door, two gentlemen in black panther guard, one brandishing a nightstick, standing in front of the door. they closed ranks as i walked up. i am a veteran, that does not scare me. i went inside and found full- watchers, they said they had been here for an hour — i went inside and found poll-watchers, they said that they had said not to let people outside because black people are going to win no matter what. at that point, i spoke to him, we would not get into a fistfight, i said, and i called the police.

LEVENTHAL: the person with the nightstick was escorted away, which i just confirmed inside. but the implication is that you were telling me that the black panthers were there to intimidate white voters from coming to this location?

CITIZEN: anyone who is not going their way, i do not know. someone in front of a polling place with a nightstick, that is intimidating for all voters.

These members of the Black Panthers are heroes under the new regime and were exonerated of charges:

"Justice Department political appointees overruled career lawyers and ended a civil complaint accusing three members of the New Black Panther Party for Self-Defense of wielding a nightstick and intimidating voters at a Philadelphia polling place last Election Day, according to documents and interviews.

The incident - which gained national attention when it was captured on videotape and distributed on YouTube - had prompted the government to sue the men, saying they violated the 1965 Voting Rights Act by scaring would-be voters with the weapon, racial slurs and military-style uniforms.

Career lawyers pursued the case for months, including obtaining an affidavit from a prominent 1960s civil rights activist who witnessed the confrontation and described it as "the most blatant form of voter intimidation" that he had seen, even during the voting rights crisis in Mississippi a half-century ago."

In Post-Obama America, the reality of white dispossession is complete. The sins of white people's ancestors haunt them like a spectre in the macabre world of Mein Obama, and Black people will never allow them to forget the many transgressions against their people - nor will disingenuous white liberals - committed by white people's ancestors.

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes Voting by Those Dispossessed, because in the new world of Mein Obama, the goal of making Barack Obama ruler for life can only be accomplished by removing the one obstacle from that dream: white voters. With the help of the New Black Panther Party and the Justice Department, that goal could be accomplished by 2012.

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

#1000. Chicken Bone Beach in Penacola

Some people have stated, wrongly, that Stuff Black People Don't Like has jumped the shark. What they fail to realize is that we are nearing the 100,000th unique visitor in just over two months(!) of being online and that we are just getting started helping educate the world on things, topics and subjects that Black people don't like.

This websites popularity is growing at a rapid pace, but not as rapid as the aura around the infamous moniker that Pensacola, Florida has found, for a prominent section of one of its majestic beaches, is labeled: Chicken Bone Beach.

Black people and their love of food and yet their displeasure of running out of fried chicken has been discussed at length here, but never has the fusion of those two differing topics occurred, as they do every Sunday in Pensacola.

You see, on Sunday's in Pensacola, Black people congregate on one portion of the beautiful shoreline in that city and devour chicken and the numerous amenities that go with the fried delicacy.

The name, Chicken Bone Beach, is derived from the practice of Pensacola's Black peoples inability to pick up their chicken, but instead leave the bones spread around the sand in a most ignominious tomb.

Chicken Bone Peach has long been a deemed a pariah event in Pensacola, but only because of the unfortunate decision by Black people to fail to invite white people to the event.

And by the unfortunate decision to leave chicken bones behind, upon the barren shores of the beach to dwell unattended and alone. You see, it was white people who happened upon a random section of the beach after Black people had departed from an afternoon of fried chicken and fun, and found the remnants of the fowl-induced celebration.

These white people joked among themselves, "it must be chicken bone beach!" Thus was born the legend of Chicken Bone Beach, the place where Black people party on Sunday in Pensacola:
"Some people come to our beach every year from Mobile and just trash the place. They gather at the parking lot at the entrance of Ft. Pickens road and eat a lot of fried chicken and leave the bones everywhere. That is why it has become known as "Chicken Bone Beach." The folks that come on Memorial Day gather way down the beach near Opal Beach and that is knows as "Their Beach."

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes chicken bone beach, because it was Black people's great hope that no one else would know of their favorite place to consume food on Sundays in Pensacola. However, the bones never lie. And leaving them behind after the party, and failing to clean up after their sabbath snack, means that that segment of the beach would forever be branded Chicken Bone Beach by the evil racist white people who were not invited.

Tuesday, July 28, 2009

#26. Being the "Token Black"

It has been established that Black people fear three things most in life: ghosts, dogs and registered mail. However, Black people have long feared being deemed two incredibly embarrassing things: one of those is our entry now, the other will be discussed tomorrow.

Black people have longed for peace and serenity, as a place to raise thriving families away from the ubiquitous crime of the inner cities and to be kept off the local nightly newscasts has prompted many upper and middle - class Black families to seek refuge in many of the cities listed in US News and World Reports best places to live.

This has created one of the most unpleasant situations that can befall young Black children, as being one of the only Black people in a lily-white suburb brings about one of the more feared categories that Black people can be placed into, being The Token Black.

At scores of suburban schools across the nation, the lonely Black student is removed from the camaraderie of his peers and forced to be secluded in the dreaded, numbing whiteness of life among white people. A good definition of the Token Black, is as follows:
"The african american youth in teen films who merely smiles,stays out of the conversation and says things like "Damn!","Shit!",and "That is WHACK!"
However, the Token Black is no longer relegated to just films and television shows, as many Black parents have departed life in all -Black areas to find themselves living among only white people, which puts the kids into the dreaded situation of growing up around an alien people.

The Token Black has been wonderful lampooned in the comedy South Park, as a character - aptly named Token - portrays the only Black youth in South Park, Colorado. A more in-depth definition of Tokenism is:
"refers to the policy or practice of limited inclusion of minority group, usually creating a false appearance of inclusive practices, intentional or not. Typical examples in real life and fiction include purposely including a member of a minority race (such as a black character in a mainly white cast, a woman in a traditionally male universe) into a group."
Stuff Black People Don't Like will always include being the Token Black, which equates to being one of the two things that Black people fear being labeled the most. For being the Token Black means that the Black person in question is surrounded by only white people, which means that by osmosis, the fear of "acting white" can't be too far from coming to fruition.

Monday, July 27, 2009

#9. Passing on Seconds

Food. Without it, humans couldn't live. For Black people, being denied food is nowhere near as bad as criticizing Mein Obama, but heaping portions of food is a staple of Black peoples life.

Black people love food so much, they have actually made Coca Cola market Sprite specifically toward only Black people, as it is the No. 1 beverage that Black people chose to accompany their meals.

Black people love food so much, that in Detroit, a class action lawsuit has been filed against Kentucky Fried Chicken for the companies failure to provide free grilled chicken to non-paying customers:
"In May, KFC sought to promote its new grilled chicken by offering free meals to the public through the highly popular 'Oprah' show. However, according to the lawsuit, KFC subsequently sent out letters to its stores telling them not to honor the offer. News stories reported that the grilled chicken was available only to paying customers, but people seeking to redeem coupons were turned away or asked to provide personal information for a “raincheck” coupon.... News stories reported that millions of people were turned away by KFC, at times leading to violence."
Thomas Malthus was famous for his dire predictions of population increases met with a decrease in food production and supply and the consequences that would bring. Malthus would be hard pressed to ascertain the world we live in now, as the global population is rising at unprecedented levels, yet waist lines are getting bigger at an even more alarming rate - especially for Black people and Black women.

The widespread availability of Sprite and buffets for Black people have contributed to more than a third of Black people being deemed obese in the United States, by the Center for Disease and Control (CDC):

"Nearly 36 percent of black Americans are obese — much more than other major racial or ethnic groups — and that gap exists in most states, a new federal study finds.
"About 29 percent of Hispanics and 24 percent of whites are obese, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.But generally, obesity was most common for both blacks and whites in the South and Midwest...
The study also broke down the groups by gender, and found black women were the heaviest, with 39 percent counted as obese. Black men were next, at 32 percent...
Obesity is based on the body mass index, a calculation using height and weight. A 5-foot-7-inch adult who weighs 190 pounds would have a BMI of 30, which is considered the threshold for obesity...
For blacks, the highest obesity rate was in Maine, where 45 percent were obese."
Obviously, Coca Cola marketing Spirte primarily to Black people has had devestating effects on their overall health, and been the primary catalyst for triggering the rapid growth of Black peoples waist lines throughout America:
"Blacks have a 51 percent greater prevalence of obesity than whites...according to researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

The researchers found that, in 40 states, the prevalence of obesity was 30 percent or more among blacks. In Alabama, Maine, Mississippi, Ohio and Oregon, the obesity rate among blacks was 40 percent or more."
Once again, the marketing techniques of Coca Cola and its product Sprite have devastated the health of Black people, prompting millions of Black people to lose the ability to pass on seconds. It might be "cool" and "hip" to drink Sprite, but consumed in large consumptions, as Black people have, you will join the ranks of the corpulent.

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes passing on seconds, because the dinner table is usually full of delicious food and plenty of Sprite, a lethal combination for Black people.

Black people love food so much, that they have taken KFC to court because of that companies denying millions of Black people free grilled chicken. Worse, KFC features Pepsi products, which disqualifies Sprite from being available at soft drink fountains across the country.

Passing on seconds is one of the hardest things in life for a Black person to do and the high level of obesity among Black people only confirms that Stuff Black People Don't like will include only one serving of food, Malthus be damned!

Sunday, July 26, 2009

#49. Criticism of "Mein Obama"

The United States of America in July 2009 is a much different place then it was in July 0f 2008. For one thing, we live in a land liberated from the racist stranglehold of white people as the glorious day of Nov. 4, 2008 came and washed away the sins of the Pre-Obama America, with the election of Mein Obama.

November 4th, 2008 is the holy day now for Black people and for many disingenuous white liberals, who view the coronation of Barry "Barack" Hussein Obama with admiration, awe, tears and a day worthy of celebration and holy sacraments.

They view the man - Mein Obama - with unwavering loyalty and unquestionable belief in his gracious omnipotence. Obama's supporters view Mein Obama the same way that the God-King Xerxes in the film 300, viewed himself: as a divine God, who merely walks among the mere mortals of the world, dispensing wisdom and guidance for the masses to follow.

It was Xerxes, in 300, who demanded of the traitor, Ephialtes that:
"Unlike the cruel Leonidas, who demanded that you stand, I require only that you kneel."
However, unlike the fictitious words of Xerxes, Mein Obama has yet to make it mandatory to kneel before him, yet Black people have already fallen to two knees in submission to their leader. Disingenuous white liberals have followed suit, and like Ephialtes, decided to put their faith in a more benevolent faction:
"Newsweek editor Evan Thomas brought adulation over President Obama’s Cairo speech to a whole new level on Friday, declaring on MSNBC: "I mean in a way Obama’s standing above the country, above – above the world, he’s sort of God."
Mein Obama stands above the country and looks down upon with incredulous eyes that all of the country - the world - for that matter, hasn't fallen in line with Black people who worship him as a God. After winning 96 percent of the Black vote on that glorious November 4th day, and standing firmly behind the uncooperative Henry Louis Gates in his battle with the relic of Pre-Obama America - white racism - Mein Obama has clearly positioned himself as the leader of Black America only.

Mein Obama and his supporters view all members of Pre-Obama America that are not Black, as still harboring views that almost kept November 4th - the holiest of holy days for Black people - from occurring.

Those views were on full display to Black people and Mein Obama, when Sgt. James Crowley arrested Gates. Regardless of the facts, Mein Obama and his minions view any action taken against them as racist and an attempt to reinstitute Pre-Obama America.

That is why criticism of Mein Obama is Stuff Black People Don't Like, for only a racist could criticize Obama and his divine rule. Although his poll numbers are beginning to sink to levels that remind people of George W. Bush's porous approval ratings, Black people stand firmly behind Mein Obama:
"Released on the same day was a demographic breakdown of that rating: only 41 percent of white Americans approve of the job he’s doing, while 97 percent of blacks approve and 58 percent of all other ethnicities combined approve."
97 percent of Black people approve of the job Mein Obama has done in his role as President of the United States, which is a jump from the 96 percent of Black people who voted for him on that holy day, November 4th.

The United States stands on the verge of financial collapse and ruin, yet Black people equate any criticism of their ruler, Mein Obama, as casus belli against their ruler and the new world he is working to create.

It is important to remember the lines of Xerxes from 300, when telling the Spartans of his plans for Sparta due to their opposition to him:
"There will be no glory in your sacrifice. I will erase even the memory of Sparta from the histories! Every piece of Greek parchment shall be burned. Every Greek historian, and every scribe shall have their eyes pulled out, and their tongues cut from their mouths. Why, uttering the very name of Sparta, or Leonidas, will be punishable by death! The world will never know you existed at all!"
This speech is how Black people view Pre-Obama America and anyone who dare defend it. They have already begun to dismantle Pre-Obama America, through the renaming of schools that once featured Washington and Jefferson with names of non-slave owning people nor "Dead White Males". Black people wish to erase the memory of Pre-Obama America from the memory and replace it with Mein Obama.

Pre-Obama America is dead, to Black people. Mein Obama is above criticism and any defamation of him is grounds for war and ridicule as a racist and defender of the old, white rule in America.

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes criticism of Mein Obama, for even though America is headed for third world status and financial ruin, it will at least be lead there by one of their own.

Friday, July 24, 2009

#113. Waiting Until Graduation to Start Stripping

High school in the United States is an exciting time for members of every race. Football games, the first parties with alcohol and prom season all leave lasting memories and impressions that will last a lifetime.

John Hughes, the incredible director of 1980s movies, chronicled life for white people in high school in many of his films, from The Breakfast Club to Sixteen Candles. However, his talents and artistic mind would be incapable of creating the video and story you are about learn about, once again coming to you live from Clayton County, Georgia.

The county that is quickly becoming the blueprint for all other majority Black, government controlled by Black people for the benefit of only Black people, Post-Obama America, is also the home to yet another inclusion in Stuff Black People Don't Like: waiting until graduation to start stripping.

Jonesboro High School, that crown jewel of Georgia educational system - and one of the schools of the only county in the last 40 years to lose its accreditation - is roughly 65 percent Black and 42 percent of its students are eligible for free lunches. It boasts a graduation of 64 percent.

In 2008, the Jonesboro High School dance team made national news when a video of their halftime performance made it on Youtube and reminded some that the Gold Club might have shut down in Atlanta, but it had found permanent residence in the Jonesboro High Basketball Arena:

"A provocative dance performed at a basketball game has forced Jonesboro High School to shut down the dance team for the rest of the season...From the beginning, some parents say they noticed the uniform -- the short shorts, the tight shirts, the thigh-high socks -- and then, the moves.

The girls pulled six boys from the bleachers -- who sat back and watch from orange chairs, while the dancers bounced, shook and squatted around them.Trailed by parent complaints, the eight-member dance team was suspended -- banned from practicing and performing for the rest of the season.

Their dance advisor was removed from the team."I told my husband they look like the future hookers of America," said one parent, Joanne Holt. "It's terrible! And it's the teachers that's teaching 'em!"
Black people gyrating to music and dancing provocatively is nothing new, as any rap video will display misogynistic behavior toward females. High school students doing this, though, is a step in a direction that will provide a new generation of voracious advocates of the practice of "Making it Rain".

Stuff Black People Don't Like will include waiting until graduation to start stripping, for rap videos glorify the debasement of women and thus, the trickle-down theory of the pervision of morality has affected even the fine citizens of Clayton County, the county that epitomizes the coming Black rule in America.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

#602. The Morning After 'Making It Rain'

All people throughout history have secretly desired the ability to control the weather. Farmers who saw their crop ruined due to droughts; high school football players who dreaded the 100 degree weather during two-a-days in the summer; and George W. Bush, just days before Katrina hit New Orleans, all wished the ability to manipulate the weather.

However, only Black people have mastered the idea of controlling precipitation and this amazing skill is known as "Making it Rain":
"When you're in da club with a stack (of money), and you throw the money up in the air at the strippers. The effect is that it seems to be raining money."
Black people, particularly Black athletes, are highly adroit at channeling the weather Gods and creating a monetary monsoon at their command when visiting strip clubs.

Adam "Pacman" Jones, a prime example of the modern Black athlete, was involved in one particular magical evening, when he was able to conjure up a financial flood that reminded some people at the strip club of the old saying, "Apres-je, le deluge":
"...what happened inside a Las Vegas strip club on Feb. 19, 2007, when Adam "Pacman" Jones showered scantily clad dancers with money. Just minutes after "making it rain," Jones was involved in a fight inside the club. A short time later, three people were shot outside the club.

Shortly after 2 a.m. on Feb. 19, Jones and an entourage of about seven people -- a group that included his stylist; his business manager, Chris Horvath; and Robert Reid, Jones' massive bodyguard for the evening -- arrived at the Minxx Gentlemen's Club & Lounge...

Jones told police he arrived at the club with "close to $100,000." He took $40,000 out of his Louis Vuitton bag and exchanged it for several stacks of $1 bills, which he put in a black trash bag, according to his statement. So much money was thrown onto the main stage that dancers, after their sets, started filling buckets with the loose bills covering the stage."
Adam "Pacman" Jones uncanny ability to "make it rain" was upstaged by the exploits of fellow NFL player Vince Young, who also has the God-like ability to perform feats of down-pour of dollars at a moments whim:
"The last time a member of the Tennessee Titans decided to "make it rain" while hanging out at an event with Nelly -- people got shot and lives were ruined. But Vince Young isn't one to learn from other people's mistakes...While onstage with the rapper during a performance in Houston last week, Vince rolled out a wad of cash and started showering the crowd with dollar bills. But unlike the incident with his former teammate Pacman Jones, everyone emerged unharmed this time."
"Making It Rain" is a popular rap song, that contains these wonderful lyrics that allow the world to see how Black people can conjure up the ability to perform daring feats of weather manipulation:
"Oww Scottie lets make it rain on these niggas...

I'm in this bitch with the terror got a handful of stacks Better grab an umbrella

I make it rain, (I make it rain)

I make it rain on them hoes make it rain,(I make It rain)

I make it rain on them hoes I make it rain,(I make it rain)

I make it rain on them hoes I make it rain(I make it rain)

I make it rain on them hoes"
Black people - particulary Black athletes and rappers - can "make it rain" with an authority unlike any Indian chieftan performing the most elaborate rain dance. However, the idea of "making it rain" does have horrible ramifications, as the celebratory evening can leave devastating memories in the morning after, not to mention the financial lunacy of unloading massive amounts of cash with a low return on investment proposition.

The morning after "Making it Rain" can be a traumatic experience for Black people, as Pacman Jones found out:
"Police seized $81,020 in cash belonging to Tennessee Titans cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones, money they said sparked a melee and a triple shooting at a strip club over the weekend, court documents show

Jones was showering more than 40 strippers onstage at Minxx Gentlemen's Club & Lounge early Monday with the cash "intended as a visual effect," according to a search warrant. But a scuffle broke out when the Houston promoter who hired the strippers told them to pick the money up."
Jones was suspended from the NFL for one year after this incident, and Vince Young has never recovered from his bout with "Making it Rain", nearly committing suicide and losing his starting job to a white quarterback.

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes the morning after "Making it Rain" for the ability to create spontaneous weather patterns yielding wads of cash for strippers, strips away the judgement skills of the person performing the feat. Yet, this is one of the few instances when Black people do leave a solid tip, however the ramifications the morning after are to great to warrant "Making it Rain".

FYI - ESPN has removed the clip below that exposes the story of Pacman Jones: CLICK HERE TO VIEW IT.

#112. The Reality of Clayton County

Clayton County, a thriving majority Black suburb of Atlanta, Georgia, has already been covered here at Stuff Black People Don't Like. It is home to one of the shining examples of No Child Left Behind, as the Clayton County School System is the first system in the United States in the last 40 years to lose its accreditation.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the main paper in Atlanta that is losing thousands of subscribers each month, wrote this about Clayton County:

"In recent years, Clayton County has been. The school system lost its accreditation because of a “dysfunctional” board. Home foreclosures skyrocketed. And the African-American sheriff fired a large group of deputies, mostly white, after coming to office and marched them off with snipers on the roof.

Since then, Bell feuded incessantly with Sheriff Victor Hill and District Attorney Jewel Scott, both of whom defeated longtime incumbents who are white. The 2004 victories came after the county’s once majority-white voter pool grew to nearly 70 percent African-American."

For those incapable of reading those last paragraphs clearly, in Pre-Obama America - a country that Black people repudiated on November 4, 2008 by a margin of 96-1 - Black people were able to have snipers put on a roof and point their weapons at recently fired white police officers.

This is not a joke. Black people, led by Sheriff Victor Hill in 2005, celebrated the "liberation" of Clayton County from white rule and into the worthy hands of Black people dominion:

"Driven by an influx of African-American professionals to a suburb long steeped in Civil War history and legend, Clayton County opened the year with its first black-majority government, including the County Commission, district attorney, solicitor general, magistrate and sheriff.

''It's a time of great excitement for the county,'' said Wole Ralph, a black 27-year-old financial consultant whose first try for public office landed him a seat on the five-member commission.

But the celebratory moment in the land of Tara where Margaret Mitchell set her 1936 novel, ''Gone With the Wind,'' has been all but eclipsed by the uproar over the new sheriff's mass firing of 27 supervisors, deputies and correction officers, many of them white. They had been summoned by their new boss, Sheriff Victor Hill, to the Clayton County Jail on Monday under the pretext of being sworn in. Instead, they were relieved of their weapons, badges and official cars by armed colleagues and offered rides home in prisoner vans under the eyes of snipers posted on the roof."

Since this wonderful moment for Black people, which preceded the election of Barack Obama by three years, Clayton County has lost its accreditation for its School System; had to pay $7 million in suits made by those white police officers who were illegally fired; and more importantly, rated second in the nation for subprime mortgages and highest for foreclosures in metro Atlanta:
"The national housing market meltdown was particularly cruel to Clayton residents. In June 2007, the county had the highest foreclosure rate in the metro region. It also ranked second in the nation for homes purchased with subprime mortgages, an astonishing 38.9 percent. By this May, one in 10 homes faced the risk of foreclosure."
Worse - if it could be worse - is the crime wave that is plaguing Clayton County:

"The FBI’s report of a double-digit rise in violent crime in Clayton County stings a community already reeling from lost school accreditation and a staggering foreclosure rate.

It also foreshadows a possible spiraling out of economic control.

Violent crime in Clayton rose by 21 percent in 2007 to 1,366 reports, up from 1,126 in 2006, according to the federal report.

To the head of Clayton County’s Chamber of Commerce, the crime statistics are the final blow."

Post-Obama America is marked by the most triumphant moment in mankind's history - the election of Barack Hussein Obama, the Black version of Alexander the Great.

However, cities run by Black people, such as Detroit, Baltimore, Birmingham, Atlanta, Memphis and the Clayton County, Georgia, work to eradicate the notion that a post-racial era will ever occur in America.

If, as the scores of Black kids who attacked the white family in Akron, Ohio and yelled, "This is a Black world," are correct in their assertion, then the example of Clayton County doesn't bode well for that future.

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes the reality of Clayton County, Georgia, because years of white flight from and Black migration into the county have made it a test case for Black rule in America.

The results, as discussed above, aren't pretty.

Wednesday, July 22, 2009

#402. Being Dragged From Meetings

Black people in 21st century America have it pretty well. The media is completely on their side in every issue and will do whatever possible to try and agitate Black people against white people when given the chance.

Take for instance the case of two stories, separated by days. Black children were denied the right to swim at a private club, because they couldn't swim and represented a hazard to the pool. Black people screamed about the trauma that would be inflicted upon these kids in the future for seeing racism up close.

Then, in Akron, Ohio on July 4th, a family of white people were attacked by scores of Black people, who chanted, "This is a Black world". The father was hospitalized.

Now, try and ascertain which family or group of people will actually be traumatized by the experiences. Being denied swimming or being attacked and injured by scores of people who hated them?

Still though, the media's handling of the stories listed above should alleviate any notion of the media being pro-white: as the Henry Louis Gates episode has shown all Black people, the media is firmly the friend of Black people in Post-Obama America.

However, one thing that Black people are not fond of is being accused of something and then having to be held responsible for that in a subsequent meeting:

"Leland Alderwoman Mala Brooks was dragged screaming for a Board of Aldermen meeting last week.

Last year, former Leland Mayor Barbara Brooks and her daughter, Mala Brooks, wrote several checks totaling nearly $12,000 without approval from the Board of Aldermen, current Leland Mayor James Lowe said. The two went to the Mississippi Coast and stayed at the Beau Rivage Casino and Resort for a conference, but the Board of Aldermen hadn’t given approval to the trip, Lowe said.

Two weeks ago, the city asked the two to pay the nearly $12,000 back. Mala Brooks said the checks involved payments for legitimate expenses."
Brooks, who is Black, refused to cooperate with the police and instead carried on like a child denied chicken wings and caused a major scene. She even called the people - all are Black - who were responsible for her undoing:

"racists evil Black ni**ers in here"

Once again, had Brooks visited Stuff Black People Don't Like, she could have followed the advice that Rodney King, Henry Gates and countless other Black people have failed to do: cooperate with the police.

Instead, Brooks has been another example of Stuff Black People Don't Like: being dragged from meetings.

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

#62. "Hate Facts"

Admit it, whenever you see the nightly news cast that corresponds with the major city you live closest to and a story about a horrible murder or horrifying crime is broadcast your first inclination is a Black person did it.

Black people know the chances your hypothesis is correct are close to 100 percent. Whenever white people discuss crime together or the most recent murder in their town, they speak in hushed dialect and a usually posed with the same query: "Was it a Black person?" or with the declaration; "it must have been a Black person."

Black people at work always look at their white counterparts congregating around the water cooler and wonder what they are discussing. "It is probably something about me," the Black person thinks to himself, "they wonder if I'm here because of affirmative action."

Black people dislike, no, they wish to see the criminalization of "Hate Facts":
"that is, facts that no one refutes but everyone ignores because of their connotation."
Black people don't like to discuss hate facts, because they point to uncomfortable truths about The United States of America and the quadrillions that have been spent trying to eradicate the racial gap in learning since The Great Society was launched in the 1960s.

Black people don't like to discuss hate facts, because they point to much different conclusions on crime in America and the causes of the high rates of murder in the Black community and the incredible epidemic of Black-on-white murder across the America.

Black people consider any conversation about race that paints Black people in a negative light, that also relies heavily on documented and irrefutable facts as definable as a "Hate Fact" debate and thus null and void.

Only disingenuous white liberals may discuss race with Black people, albeit in lukewarm terms and without any mention of "Hate Facts" in the dialogue at all.

Recently, President Barack Hussein Obama addressed the NAACP at its 100th anniversary gala, and said a number of things that one commentator, MSNBC's Chris Matthews, said of:
You know, a white guy can’t say that. I mean that. It’s very hard for somebody like me to make that speech.”

Obama, said in that speech:
"We’ve got to say to our children, “Yes, if you’re African American, the odds of growing up amid crimes and gangs are higher. Yes, if you live in a poor neighborhood, you will face challenges that somebody in a wealthy suburb does not have to face. But that’s not a reason to get bad grades. That’s not a reason to cut class. That’s not a reason to give up on your education and drop out of school. No one has written your destiny for you. Your destiny is in your hands. You cannot forget that.” That’s what we have to teach all of our children. No excuses!"As Matthews made clear - and he is a disingenuous white liberal - a white person can not say the things Obama said to his Black counterparts. They constitute "Hate Facts", are in polite society, they are to be ignored, much like the vagabond asking for change.

Black people know that white people (and many Black people) believe that the corruption of major cities - which have majority Black populations - is the sole responsibility of those governing themselves and that white racism is not to blame.

In some major cities, such as Washington D.C., Atlanta, Detroit and Birmingham, the corruption of Black people is so pungent that it is almost palpable. But to even point out that major cities such as Birmingham are in trouble because of the racial composition of the city is a "Hate Fact" and therefore not part of the accepted vernacular of the Post-Obama America.

"Hate Facts" included the use of gratuitous Black crimes, such as the one in Akron, Ohio, against a white family by scores of Black people, chanting, "This is a Black world." It is considered a "Hate Fact" to even consider pointing out media double standards in how crime is reported.

"Hate Facts" include criticism of affirmative action, as this noble practice is the penalty for centuries of abuse towards non-whites by white people and is perfectly acceptable as a form of punishment against white males. To criticise affirmative action is to engage in "Hate Facts" usage and Black people find that offensive.

Black people consider any undue criticism of them - regardless of the legitimacy of the facts at hand - as relying on "Hate Fact's" to make your point and thus disqualifying from the debate.

Consider, in the Health Care Bill that is being discussed currently in Washington, affirmative action will be codified into law as to how federal funds will be allocated to colleges and universities in forms of grants government contracts:
"In awarding grants or contracts under this section, the Secretary shall give preference to entities that have a demonstrated record of the following: . . . Training individuals who are from underrepresented minority groups or disadvantaged backgrounds."
In Post-Obama America, merely pointing out that the Federal Government is about to engage in the reckless legalization of total discrimination against white males is a "Hate Fact".

Black people are well aware that "Hate Facts" are true and that a Faustian pact between disingenuous white liberals and Black people was made long ago. Rumors of a painting commemorating this event have surfaced, but this image is hidden from public for fear that Oscar Wilde's imaginative idea behind the book "The Portrait of Dorian Gray" has taken hold of the painting, bespeaking the horrible reality of integrated America in 2009.

For "Hate Facts" to be allowed into the discussion of race relations in contemporary America would be a sin greater than any mentioned in the Bible and that is reason Stuff Black People Don't Like includes this idea: for all Black people know the reality of race, but Black people don't want white people to grasp that same concept.

#99. Cooperating with Police

Black people don't like to be told what to do. This is a fact and an irrefutable one. They were told to sit in the back of the bus, and refused. They were told to not eat at the same restaurants as others, and they refused.

They were told not violate the anti-miscegenation laws of states and they refused. They have been told not to violate the laws of the United States of America, and yet, they refuse steadfastly.

More so, Black people have been told to cooperate with the police, the only protection that law abiding citizens have from the miscreants of society, and yet Black people retain that stubborn streak and refuse to comply with police demands.

Rodney King, the man who started one of the biggest riots in the past thirty years, could have avoided his fate - and absolved Los Angeles from over $1 billion worth of damage - but he failed to cooperate with police:

"The truth is more complicated. There were three people in King's car that night. After the 8-mile high-speed chase on which King led the California Highway Patrol and the Los Angeles police, a CHP officer demanded that everyone get out of the car with his hands on his head. King's passengers did as they were told. King, for reasons that remain mysterious, refused to comply and did not speak intelligibly to the officer. An ex-con on probation, King certainly knew the arrest drill. He says he smoked dope and drank malt liquor that night. The police were convinced that he was high on PCP.

The whole world thinks that the police next engaged in an orgy of violence. But that is because the first 13 seconds of the tape -- which showed King charging at Officer Laurence Powell -- were edited out. The first jury saw the whole tape.

King simply would not get down. The police accordingly escalated their violence. They attempted a maneuver called the swarm, in which four officers would overcome King. He was able to throw them off. Sgt. Stacey Koon, the officer in charge, next attempted to subdue King with a Taser. It had no effect. Frightened now of this large and seemingly preternaturally strong suspect, the officers began to hit him with their batons, all the while shouting for him to get down on the ground. King continued to stay up on all fours. Powell told the first jury that he feared King was going to wrest his gun away from him, leading to a shooting."

Had Rodney King just acknowledged the police officers with a simple 'yes sir', instead of being obstinate, he wouldn't have been beaten, sent to jail and then directly caused a massive riot that left many devoid of their lives.

Another recent example of a Black person failing to cooperate with the police is Harvard professor Henry Louis Gates, a Black man who is perpetually incapable of dealing with any situation without finding the acrid scent of racism attached to it. He is a vital part of the Black community in America and respected for his strong stances in defense of his people, and yet, in a recent incident with police, he showed himself to be yet another SBPDL example of not cooperating with police.

Gates was trying to enter his home, and to his neighbors it appeared a Black person was breaking into his home. They called the police. What follows is a great example of why you should cooperate with the police and also why you should not berate them, regardless of your skin color or your stance in the professional race racketeering industry:

"As soon as Officer Crowley arrived and got to the front door, he encountered, standing inside the door, none other than Gates, who instantly began yelling at him in an extremely loud voice that he was a "racist police officer." Instead of defusing the situation by cooperating with the officer, who was, after all, only doing his job, instead of simply explaining politely that he lived in the house and that his house had not been broken into (though it's still not clear who the two young men were), Gates continued his "tumultuous," threatening ("you don't know who I am, you'll be sorry for messing with me"), and extremely insulting behavior for a long time, first inside the house, where his voice was so loud that the officer could not conduct a conversation over his police radio, then outside the house, alarming passersby, until, after warning Gates twice that he was behaving disorderly, Crowley arrested him. And during the whole time Gates kept bellowing that Crowley was a "racist police officer."

Also, from early on in the incident, Officer Crowley repeatedly began to leave Gates' house, but Gates stopped him, insisting that Crowley first tell him his name. But each time Crowley gave his name, Gates kept shouting so loudly that he couldn't hear the officer's answer. And when Crowley would again start to leave the house, Gates would again demand his name."

Gates was of course arrested, sparking national coverage of the victim hood of Mr. Gates at the hands of the racist police. In a world run by evil white supremacists - as so many Black people believe America is run by - Mr. Gates would have had a black bag put over head and shot for his insolence. Instead, the truth of Gates' uncooperative attitude with the police has been silenced and the supposed racial angle of the profiling of a Black man - even more so one who is a 'respected' Black scholar - has been the focal point of the story.

Black people do not yet understand that in Post-Obama America, they run the show and call the shots and have a complicit media prepared to cover up any negative portrayal of Black people. The media will showcase only positive images of Black people, even when a prominent Black person does not cooperate with the police. White racism will always be the culcript, not a Black person failing to cooperate with the police and yelling at him and calling him a racist for daring to arrest a great Black scholar.

They can in turn make the story one of racial profiling, instead of yet another example of Stuff Black People Don't Like; cooperating with the police. Even in Pre-Obama America, as evidenced by the Rodney King affair, the truth of any crime and not cooperating with the police was made to look like another example of white racism, not Black people failing to cooperate with the police.

Monday, July 20, 2009

#53. Space Exploration

Black people look at the 40th anniversary of the United States sending three astronauts and their landing upon the moon with enthusiastic indifference.

Never has a moment captured the inherent differences between Black people and white people as much as when three white astronauts, the hard work of hundreds of white scientists and hundreds of thousands of years of evolution, culminated in the planting of the US Flag upon the moon on July 20, 1969.

If civilization and humanity originated out of Africa and white people are a recent evolutionary branch of the human race, how could they have beat Black people to moon, when Black people are a much older race upon this earth?

The "Out-of-Africa" theory of human migration is a source of pride for Black people, but paradoxically, a source of great angst, for if they have been around longer than white people, how come Black people weren't the first to fly - like the Wright Brothers in North Carolina - or the first to come up with rocket science?

Black people look on this anniversary and moment when Neil Armstrong said, "One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind," with utter dread: they were completely left out of the Apollo 11 mission to the moon and feel as if this is another example of Pre-Obama America that they inherently dislike.

The trip to the moon is not the culmination of mankind's endeavors, but the culmination of European man's dreams and ambitions. Black people believe that the white astronauts will impose cultural imperialism on the moon and subjugate any alien life form to the same insidious white standards that were imposed on the indigenous people that the ancestors of current white people imposed on Indians, Africans and other non-white; mainly slavery, colonialism, genocide, etc.

During the 1960s, the United States went to war with poverty through the programs of the Great Society, which hoped to eradicate poverty, improve literacy and help minorities through a litany of programs. That Great Society failed:

"But with the 1964 landslide of LBJ, liberalism triumphed and began its great experiment.

"Behind the Great Society was a great idea: to lift America's poor out of poverty, government should now take care of all their basic needs. By giving the poor welfare, subsidized food, public housing and free medical care, government will end poverty in America.

..."The real disaster of Katrina was that society broke down. An entire community could not cope. Liberalism, the idea that good intentions and government programs can build a Great Society, was exposed as fraud. After trillions of tax dollars for welfare, food stamps, public housing, job training and education have poured out since 1965, poverty remains pandemic. But today, when the police vanish, the community disappears and men take to the streets to prey on women and the weak."
Black people believe that if the $24 billion spent to go the moon - a vanity trip for white people to show of their technology - would have been spent on earth and for Black people, that the Great Society would have actually have worked!

Space exploration is a waste of time to Black people, as major United States cities are rotting away and in need of money to help the proliferation of Black people. Going to the moon was a massive waste of money and denied millions of Black people the largess of United States tax payers.

One white writer has the audacity to point out the differences between the people who went to the moon (Pre-Obama America), and the people who comprise Post-Obama America and varying differences in ethics and morality:
"They were selected to go into space for the simple reason that they were the best men for the job, a criterion that today is often no longer enough, as Frank Ricci discovered. Today’s NASA seems as interested in trumpeting its commitment to multiculturalism and diversity as in the exploration of space, a commitment that would have struck the men who actually planned and achieved multiple landings on the moon as simply irrelevant to what they were doing."
Black people look at the accomplishment of Pre-Obama America with scorn; landing on the moon pales in comparison to the greatest achievement in mankind's history - the election of a Black person, Barack Obama, as president - and all white achievements prior to this event aren't worthy of study.

The New York Times on July 21, 1969, wrote about the event and pointed out the absurdity of going to the moon when so many people in the "Great Society" were being left behind:

"For all his resplendent glory as he steps forth on another planet, man is still a pathetic creature, able to master outer space and yet unable to control his inner self; able to conquer new worlds yet unable to live in peace on this one, able to create miracles of science and yet unable properly to house and clothe and feed all his fellow men, able eventually to colonize an alien and hostile environment and yet increasingly unable to come to terms with the nurturing environment that is his home".
Going to the moon was great, according the New York Times, but not spending money to help out the world was bad. Pre-Obama achievements are feckless; only Post-Obama achievements matter now.

Thankfully, the "Out of Africa" theory might be correct as Black people in Africa now have a desire to explore space, at least according to Uganda's president:
"Africans must travel to the moon to investigate what developed nations have been doing in outer space, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni said Saturday.

"The Americans have gone to the moon. And the Russians. The Chinese and Indians will go there soon. Africans are the only ones who are stuck here," Museveni said, addressing a meeting of the Uganda Law Society in Entebbe.

"We must also go there and say: 'What are you people doing up here?'.

"Museveni urged the assembly of Uganda's top lawyers to support East African integration, arguing that one of the region's goals should be to develop a space programme.

"Uganda alone cannot go to the moon. We are too small. But East Africa united can. That is what East African integration is all about," he said. "Then we can say to the Americans: 'What are you doing here all alone?'.
Black people have had no desire to go into space until the glorious coronation of Barack Obama, which resulted in a Black person being made head of NASA. Uganda wants to go to space, but they lack the resources and technology to create a bottle rocket, let a lone a spaceship.

Space exploration will always be seen as remnants of Pre-Obama America and therefore, unworthy of admiration and a waste of time and precious money that could have been put to good use in the inner cities of America.

Stuff Black People Don't Like includes space exploration, because the greatest accomplishments of exploring the final frontier came B.O. (Before Obama), and are not recognized in the new Black person calendar.

Sunday, July 19, 2009

#149. Accreditation

Black people have long enjoyed the idea of being "separate and extra-equal" - an idea that they get to have their own institutions, schools and organizations, yet Black people also get to continue to garner affirmative action, victim status and laws that codify "hate crimes" as only those committed by white people against them and not vice-versa.

"Separate and extra-equal" also implies to the idea that Black people do not live near white people, but still are given extra rights which place them above the law and those very white people who live nowhere near them, like the disingenuous white liberal.

However, in the long struggle to remain "separate and extra-equal", Black people have hit a major impediment: accreditation.

"Educational accreditation is a type of quality assurance process under which services and operations of an educational institution or program are evaluated by an external body to determine if applicable standards are met. If standards are met, accredited status is granted by the agency."

In the past two decades alone, seven Historically Black Colleges and Universities across the country have lost their accreditation:
“Historically black colleges represent only 4 percent of all higher-education institutions, but roughly 40 percent of all African-American students graduate from them,” said Dorothy Yancy, the president of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C.According to a study by Education Trust, 60 percent of the nation’s students complete their undergraduate studies in six years.
For an African-American student enrolled at a historically black college or university, where 70 percent of students are low income, the odds of completion are even lower, Sias said.
"Over the past two decades, at least seven historically black colleges have lost their accreditation. While some schools were able to regain their accreditation status, others, such as Knoxville College and Morris Brown College, remain open without regional accreditation.
So with 40 percent of Black people graduating from schools that are in jeopardy of losing their accreditation - schools no longer trusted to bestow a quality education to their students - what does that mean to the future of Black people everywhere?

There are not enough crusading white pedagogues to try and extirpate the racial gap in learning that exists between Black and white people and every other year another Historical Black College loses its accreditation.

Paul Quinn College, a Historically Black College in Texas, recently lost its accreditation:

"Paul Quinn College lost its accreditation on Thursday, one of several actions taken by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. "
The small, historically black Texas college had struggled for several years with financial and academic problems. The association’s Commission on Colleges had placed the institution on probation in 2007. "
“They had made progress … but they ran out of time before they could come into compliance on everything,” Belle S. Wheelan, president of the commission, told The Dallas Morning News.

Sadly, accreditation problems are not indigenous to Historically Black Colleges, as Clayton County Schools, in Clayton County, Georgia recently lost their accreditation:

"Clayton County schools are the first in the nation in the past 40 years to lose accreditation, failing to meet eight of nine improvement mandates...

That means that if Clayton meets the mandates by May, this year’s seniors could graduate with an accredited diploma...

A loss of accreditation means the 50,000 Clayton students could have trouble getting into some colleges and universities, or receiving scholarship money. High school juniors and seniors will be able to maintain Hope scholarship eligibility because of legislation signed earlier this year by Gov. Sonny Perdue."
Clayton County is a "suburb" of Atlanta and has a population that is 62 percent Black people and that number rises everyday. In almost every single way, shape and form possible, Black people run the local government, police department and Board of Education. And they obviously don't like accreditation as they were the first school system in 40 years in America to lose it.

Clayton County Public Schools are a beacon of hope to the rest of the increasingly non-white citizens of America of what the future will look educationally and how things will be run (pictures of Board of Education members can be found here... note the two crusading white pedagogues who are part of the Board) in the coming Black America.

Education is the foundation of any society and the ability or inability of preparing future generations of children to one day be civic leaders in society and take the reins of the nation and steer it into the future is becoming an increasingly shocking proposition and a conundrum to Black people, as evidenced by the loss of accreditation for so many of their schools.

Is it white racism that keeps these schools, full of Black people from performing? A lack of crusading white pedagogues?

Or, does Stuff Black People Don't Like include accreditation, because the assurance that the education an institution is providing through auditing and outside quality control mechanisms is really just a clever ploy of "The Man" to keep Black people and schools that are majority Black perpetually down?

Despite being "separate and extra-equal" Historically Black Colleges and school systems that are run by Black people are failing and this qualifies accreditation as the Stuff Black People Don't Like.