In the graphic novel Wanted, we are treated to the exploits of "one of the most insignificant assholes in the 21st century" Wesley Gibson. He is a pathetic creature, lowly and a Hypochondriac with no prospects for future happiness. Like the nameless character in Fight Club, he is part of a "generation of men raised by women."
The pivotal scene of Wanted has Gibson sitting in his tiny cubicle trying to work while he incurs the wrath of his African-American boss. The scene - available here - has Gibson being berated by his Black boss and him being utterly embarrassed for his refusal to stand up to her:
I’m not sure what to make of this scene. He points out that she’s African-American in the narration, and in the next sentence says “I’m embarrassed by the situation.” Embarrassed that he’s being yelled? Or that he’s being yelled at by his “African-American boss” as he says, or that he has an “African-American boss” at all?Pre-Obama America is dead, and those left amidst the cavernous ruins wander aimlessly and with little purpose. Those born in the waning days of that former nation, prior to finalization of Black Run America (BRA) and its complete consolidation of power, are just as insignificant as Gibson.
I don’t know. But including the words “African-American” to the narration at all encourages one of the latter readings. The art clearly indicates that the woman he’s talking about is African-American, so why redundantly mention her race if he was only embarrassed by the fact that he was taking shit from his boss?
Born with the burden of white skin, these relics of the racist history of the United States have no purpose and are of increasingly little use or value to the new system in place. They represent the last vestiges of Pre-Obama America and are targeted for systematic elimination through the game TBW - This is a Black World - and the government hardly lifts a finger to stop the endless persecution.
Revenge for the injustices of Jim Crow and the economic displacement that Black people felt in a bygone era, white people are receiving a handful of Karma served with gleeful pleasure by Disingenuous White Liberals and Black people everywhere.
Like Wesley's boss in Wanted, Black people promoted over whites for the mere reason they have an overabundance of melanin take special pleasure in bossing around their now displaced colleagues.
If these beleaguered white people dare voice displeasure at their Black overseers, then they will be branded a racist for daring to question the competence of their boss and face immediate firing.
Interestingly, across the nation the largest cities are inhabited by a cohesive core leadership of Black mayors intent on managing their increasingly violent and deteriorating municipalities. Those Black people who dare try and mimic the actions of the white people they triumphantly displaced are deemed to be steering from the tribe and Acting White.
Black-on-Black crime is indeed rising, but Black-on-white crime is hardly noticed, despite its increasingly ubiquity. A media Black-out on these crimes in enforced, at the same time local nightly news casts are awash in a Black-out of different kind.
The prevalence of Black crime has forced even Jesse Jackson to admit he would feel safer meeting a group of white people in a darkened alley, instead of members of his own race.
Those who can see the reality of life in BRA have absolutely no voice and no outlet for their increasing frustration. Like Wesley Gibson in Wanted, they are to remain insignificant and marginalized for the duration of their worthless lives.
Enter Epic Beard Man. We have shown you video of a Black person assaulting a white woman on a Seattle bus. We have discussed circumstances in Akron, Ohio that showcase the power of BRA to cover-up unfortunate details of Black people engaging in ill-advised behavior. St. Louis had a similar bus event.
Now, something odd has transpired. In Oakland, a mere mortal named Thomas Bruso has found himself at the center of strange viral conflagration in regards to an altercation that took place on a bus between a Black person and himself:
The latest altercation involving Thomas Bruso began when a younger man on the bus began yelling at Bruso, who calls himself "Tom Slick," "Vietnam Tom" and "Epic Beard Man."Strange though, this story leaves out some information that paints a much clearer picture of what transpired on that simple bus trip. The Epic Beard Man was hassled by a Black guy for being white, albeit a veteran of Pre-Obama America. The 67-year-old white guy was just minding his own business when the Black dude decided to interject his two-sense (below is the transcript of the altercation):
Bruso was taken to the John George Psychiatric Pavilion for an evaluation after he struck the male passenger several times with his fist and continued to rant about the incident, Alameda County Sheriff"s spokesman Sgt. J.D. Nelson said.
A video of the brawl captured by a college student, Iyanna Washington, showed the two men speaking to each from across the aisle near the center or rear of the bus. Within minutes, an argument broke out and quickly escalated. Bruso incensed the man by asking, "How much you charge me for a spit shine?" according to witness accounts.
The younger man then ordered the 6-foot-1, 280-pound Bruso away from him, to the front of the bus.
Bruso angrily stalked to the front, followed by the younger man who continued to yell at Bruso. The exchange continued with the goading of other passengers until finally the younger man struck him. Bruso stood up and returned the blows, beating the man until he fell to the floor with a bloody nose.
Black man: …AC TransitThe video of the event is posted below. Notice how another Black passenger was the individual filming this altercation. This Black female instructs her Black brother to "kick his pinky ass" for the mere sport of TBW (She even steals Epic Beard Man's bag after he leaves the bus in Rocky-style victory over the defeated Clubber Lang).
White man: Let’s get back to business. How much you charge me for a spit-shine?
Black man: what?
White man: How much you charge me for my Stacy Adams? I’m going to a funeral on Friday…You said you…
Black man: Did you get what I said just now?
White man: Yes
Black man: Why’d a brother gotta spit-shine your shoes?
White man: You offered!
Black man: I didn’t offer you shit.
White man: What’d you just say when you walked by me?
Black man: I said why, why a fuckin’ brother gotta spit-shine your shoes?
White man: You don’t have to!
Black man: Why a white man can’t spit-shine –
White man: [interrupting] – It could be a Chinaman! It don’t matter!
Black man: Look dude…
White man: I ain’t prejudice! What? You think I’m prejudice!
Black man: [pointing toward front of bus] Take your ass back up there and get the fuck out my face right now.
White man: Why you being so hostile, man?
Black man: ‘Cause. I’m pissed off.
White man: Well its better to be pissed off than pissed on.
Black man: Take your ass up there right now
White man: [standing to go to the front] You ain’t scarin’ this white boy. I’m 67 years old. You ain’t scarin’ me. You ain’t scarin’ me.
Black man: [now, also standing] I’m 50.
White man: You ain’t scared of me. You ain’t scarin’ me.
Black man: I’ll put my foot up your ass.
Older white man: No you won’t! No you won’t
White man: You won’t do nothin’ to me! [then something unintelligible]
Black man: Say it again! [then something unintelligible as woman who was filming talks over him]
Iyanna Washington: Say it again! Say it again, Pinky
Someone off camera whom many allege is Iyanna Washington: Beat his white ass! Whoop his ass!
Another passenger: Leave him alone!
Iyanna Washington: It ain’t worth it, blood, it ain’t worth it.
Black man: I’d put my foot up your ass.
White man: I see tough guys like you and I slap the shit out of them.
Black man: What?!
Another passenger: Stop it!
White man: Don’t fuck with me! He hit me! He fuckin’ hit me!
White man: He fuckin’ hit me first! He hit me in the face! [unintelligible] – self defense!
Iyanna: Open that shit! laughs
Iyanna: We can press charges, blood. I got in on videotape. He’s leakin’.
Black man: That motherfucker hit me. No no no no no.
Another passenger: Did he break your teeth?
Black man: No. Bring an ambulance.
The world is a simple place. Violence solves everything. Why was the scene in The Dark Knight where the Black prisoner decides to be the hero so... funny? Why do white people live far away from major cities and spend countless hours commuting to and from work, wasting precious moments with their families and amassing and incurring a debt of opportunity costs lost they can never get back.
Epic Beard Man is a just white guy, a veteran from Pre-Obama America who has nothing in common with the generation of Wesley Gibson's who sit in corporate America and take shit from their bosses daily. But Epic Beard Man is exactly like them. He is cursed with white skin, the ultimate sign of rebellion against BRA. Worse, he is a true hold-over from Pre-Obama America.
Rosa Parks showed how to peacefully bring down a corrupt and flawed system. Epic Beard Man shows how to take it back.
Stuff Black People Don't Like includes Epic Beard Man, for this crazed white guy who is now more famous than the "don't tase me, bro" guy, has shown more backbone in how to deal with general thuggery than any other instance we can conceive.
In the internet age, Youtube has created a sensation and worse, the brutal video of a nearly septuagenarian man beating down a Black dude has shown once again that violence is the only answer.
In an age where white people are without a voice and deprived of heroes, Epic Beard Man has filled a void with a terrifying simplicity. All it takes is to stand up and never back down.
You might be interested to find out what happens to Gibson in Wanted. He stops being insignificant pretty quickly.
Video of the confrontation can be seen here (warning: graphic. It shows a white guy kicking a Black dudes butt)