This website will serve to educate the general public on Black people and the Stuff That Black People Don't Like. Black people have many interesting eccentricities, which include disliking a litany of everyday events, places, household objects and other aspects of their everyday life.
Black people are an interesting subject matter and this website will chronicle the many problems in life that agitate this group of people.
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Tuesday, May 10, 2011
"Hollywood in Blackface" now available in paperback on Amazon
This must be Budweiser's doing...
We finally got Hollywood in Blackface out (available on Amazon in book form here). If you enjoy this Web site, purchase a copy and help us send it up the list of Amazon best-sellers (the Kindle version reached #5 in movies yesterday). For a donation of $50 or more, we’ll send you a signed copy of both Hollywood in Blackface and SBPDL Year One (make it in the left-hand corner to PayPal).
If you have a Web site, blog , or write for a publication just contact us and we'll send you a review copy. We'll get back to normal posts soon, but a quick observation:
That “so-called educators” could peddle asinine theories that Egypt was Black and that Greece and Rome stole ideas from Black Africa is so patently absurd that it’s hard to believe serious academics were forced to debate someone like Clarke and endure a hostile audience of Afro-centric infused students. Watch the “debate” for yourself here.
The 1990s also was a time where heated debates on issues like The Bell Curve and immigration-moratoriums were won, but those who deny reality and desire turning the United States into Mexico secured a Pyrrhic victory in ensuring that suggestions based on reality would not be implemented. I was in grade school when these debates raged and have enjoyed watching nearly two decades since the warnings of rational men went unheeded.
At a time when President Mein Obama seriously considers granting amnesty to untold millions of colonizers from Mexico, the Black unemployment rate reaches unprecedented levels. That no Black leader will connect the dots between high rates of Black unemployment for Black teenagers (and older Black people) and an endless supply of cheap labor from Mexico is beyond us.
That only one Republican dared point out that Black people’s overall laziness contributes to a higher unemployment rate is an indicator of how vapid conservatives have become. Republicans also engaged in that Pyrrhic victory back in the 1990s that ensured we would reach a moment like the one coming soon, so they’ve always been perfidious.
And that, my friends, is about as political as we’ll ever get at SBPDL. It’s time to get back to the origins of this site and have some fun. What was it Alinksy said? Something like, “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon?”
Besides, the debate on whether or not the Greeks, Romans or Egyptians were white was beautifully answered in the 2007 film 300. Hollywood has spent decades trying to manufacture positive images of Black people while emasculating white males in film; in 300 – thanks to Zack Synder – you got a glimpse of what Hollywood could produce.
Read Hollywood in Blackface to understand what is produced 99 percent of the time. If you enjoy it, go to your local bookstore and order a few copies and instead of buying them, strategically place them around the store.
You never know who might pick up a copy.
Stuff Black People Don't Like