Much has changed in the world since this site was launched. The God-like ability of one Mien Obama is apparently gone, and it appears his ascension to the presidency is but a Pyrrhic victory for Black people.
The Haitian Earthquake – a tragedy to be sure, but Haiti and its Black population already was an exhibition of calamity before the Richter scale picked up the first tremors – has showcased to the world the truth of what happens when Black people are in charge.
Hurricane Katrina gave us a few glimpses, but Haiti sheds a light on one of the oldest Black people run nations on earth that penetrates deep into the falsities that protect egalitarianism and give fodder to those who can see.
Black people in America understand this, and despite a deep connection with the plight of the Haitians, realize the Black faces that continually are shown on television in horrific, squalid conditions from Port-au-Prince showcase the global condition of their race in poetic exactness.
Disingenuous White Liberals (DWL) are working overtime to increase the already incredibly generous donations that are sent by more than 10000 organizations annually (this was before the earthquake mind you, much like the complete lack of sanitary drinking water in Haiti BEFORE the 'quake) to sustain a population of 9 million Black people who are incapable of sustaining themselves.
It’s time to bring up a phrase that applies directly to this crisis – that affects Black people only and is merely prolonged by the intrusion of pity-intoxicated, self-righteous palefaces - and is the reason why Black people don’t like global warming and its implications: Malthusian Catastrophe.
Few people dare bring up Thomas Malthus anymore, for population explosions are occurring among only the colored masses of the world (Africa, China, India) and anytime Stuff White People Like individuals discuss global warming they find themselves entering a world where race realism is the white elephant they dare not mention.
What did Malthus predict?:
A Malthusian catastrophe (also called a Malthusian check, crisis, disaster, or nightmare) was originally foreseen to be a forced return to subsistence-level conditions once population growth had outpaced agricultural production. Later formulations consider economic growth limits as well…
A series that is increasing in geometric progression is defined by the fact that the ratio of any two successive members of the sequence is a constant. For example, a population with an average annual growth rate of, say, 2% will grow by a ratio of 1.02 per year. In other words, the ratio of each year's population to the previous year's population will be 1.02. In modern terminology, a population that is increasing in geometric progression is said to be experiencing exponential growth.
Alternately, in an arithmetic progression, any two successive members of the sequence have a constant difference. In modern terminology, this is called linear growth.
If unchecked over a sufficient period of time, and if the ratio between successive sequence members is larger than 1.0, then exponential growth will always outrun linear growth. Malthus saw the difference between population growth and resource growth as being analogous to this difference between exponential and linear growth. Even when a population inhabits a new habitat – such as the American continent at Malthus' time, or when recovering from wars and epidemic plagues – the growth of population will eventually reach the limit of the resource base.”
Watching the Haitian earthquake unfold on television screens in the United States leaves DWLs feeling queasy and desirous of hearing “We are the World” and “Do They Know It’s Christmas?” for they only feel pride and a sense of emotional self-worth when they showcase their moral superiority over those unenlightened souls who dare point out that no amount of money could ever save Haiti (indeed, billions upon billions have done little over the past 30 years).
Worse, a film depicts the Malthusian principle at work profoundly and works to belie the notion of egalitarianism in a manner few Black people wish to admit. District 9, a film set in South Africa, shows us the most distressing situation where an impoverished alien race lands on earth and inconveniences the citizens of that nation with their increased crime and reliance on handouts to sustain their race:
“If you look at the film as an apartheid allegory, it has problems right off the bat. The aliens are loathsome, trash-eating vermin who fight endlessly, destroy property for no reason, and piss on their own homes, which isn’t a truthful or flattering allegorical comparison for actual black South Africans under apartheid.
Apartheid is terrible because humans were denied rights. The “apartheid” of these aliens isn’t that terrible – it’s kind of justifiable, because they’re actually dangerous, violent and destructive.”
“It was lunchtime in one of Haiti's worst slums and Charlene Dumas was eating mud.
With food prices rising, Haiti's poorest can't afford even a daily plate of rice, and some take desperate measures to fill their bellies.”
This story is dated from 2008, before the tragic quake hit Haiti. This story is after the earthquake:
“Sanitary conditions in tent cities like this one in Port-au-Prince's once elegant Champs de Mars park around Haiti's crumbled presidential palace are worsening by the day as hundreds of thousands of survivors of last week's earthquake cram together to eat, sleep, wash and defecate.
"It's miserable here. It's dirty and it's boring. There's nothing to do but walk about," said Judeline Pierre-Rose, 12, who misses her comfortable home with its couch and TV.
"People go to the toilet everywhere here and I'm scared of getting sick. My twin sisters vomited last night," she said.”
“Life in the building became truly brutal after the fall of Apartheid. As crime rose in the once-upscale Hillbrow neighborhood, numerous gangs moved into building. Ponte Tower became a center of organized crime activity, and life in the building become extremely unsafe. Owners all but abandoned the structure to decay. At one point the garbage piled five stories high in the open inner courtyard of the building.”
Yes, five stories of trash piled up inside the Ponte Tower after Black people took over the everyday affairs in South Africa. And worse, Haiti too has had tremendous trash problems as NPR pointed out in 2007!:
“First, we're starting with garbage. Haiti's trash collection system is so bad that on the streets of the capital, Port-au-Prince, garbage blocks roads and clogs the city's drainage system and canals.”
Worse, garbage and deforestation were leading to an ecological disaster that would have startled even Malthus (and this was all before the earthquake!), all eerily similar to the condition of the Ponte Tower and the city that recently saw the Pontiac Silverdome go for $500,000.
District 9 has come alive in Haiti, and a place that few wish exists is now center-stage for the entire world to see, and yet some families in America are working overtime to bring kids from Haiti to this nation, thus proving SBPDL’s view on adoption. It was that evil Steve Sailer who first pointed out the connections between that film and dire population warnings:
“A screen title at the end of the movie reveals that since the events depicted, the number of aliens (who are, by the way, bigger and hungrier than humans) has grown to 2.5 million. That’s up from 1.8 million just three years before.
Blomkamp may not have chosen those numbers randomly. At this 11.5 percent annual growth rate, the number of aliens on Earth crosses the 100,000,000,000 mark in exactly 100 years.”
Most strange is the phenomenon of dirt eating that had overtaken Black people in Haiti prior to the earthquake, which is extraordinarily similar to actions undertaken by Black people in the United States of America. Geophagia is a trait that is a Black one:
“Rena Bronson of Macon comes home from work and makes a pot of coffee before sneaking off to the bathroom to feed her habit. She pulls out a plastic baggie full of hard, crumbling white chunks and then pops a piece in her mouth.
``I eat dirt with the door closed,'' she said, laughing and a little embarrassed because she is a nurse at the Bibb County Health Department. ``I just call it eating dirt. That's what I do. Every day that God sends that's what I do. Technically, I guess I'm supposed to be crazy for eating this stuff?''
The ``dirt'' in question is kaolin, a white clay mined in Georgia and South Carolina that is used for everything from making ceramics and textiles to diarrhea medicine. For decades, it has also been a folk medicine that pregnant women, particularly black women in the rural South, have used to combat cravings during pregnancy. A recent study published in the Southern Medical Journal argues that kaolin-eating should be classed as a particular kind of problem known as a ``culture-bound syndrome,''…
Haiti as a true version of the aliens in District 9 is a difficult point that must be made, for Ponte Tower and Haiti both have one thing in common: a lot of Black people and an incredible amount of trash.
We have stated without sports, any positive images of Black people would be difficult to find. Without charity, Haiti would scarcely exist. Without pity, where would Black people in any nation and for that matter, Africa, be? That question is one that is the Stuff Black People Don’t Like to hear.
When you pop in District 9 in your DVD player, try not to think of Haiti. We dare you.