Saturday, February 4, 2012

Move Over Sacajawea: York, the Black Slave Hero of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

York: The real (Black) hero of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
Black History Month is getting pretty stale. Having "Mr. Peanut" George Washington Carver, Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad, the Tuskegee Airmen, and... and... Morgan Freeman's movie career carry the water for all of Black history (and Black achievement) gets old after awhile.

Real old. Thankfully, a new Black hero has been located from the annals of time. That lily-white Lewis and Clark expedition actually had a "brother" on board, who more than likely was responsible for the whole missions success:
While Meriwether Lewis and William Clark explored unknown lands, there was a lesser known force working behind the scenes to help them pave the road to the West.
His name was York and while his black skin made him Clark’s slave, it also gave their group an “in” with the Midwest’s Native American population.
You see, to the Indians, York’s skin was mystifying; a symbol power and strength.
“He’s the first known African American known to make it all the way to the Pacific Ocean and back.  So he’s one of the greats as far as the explorers are concerned,” said Richard Edwards with the National Frontier Trails Museum in Independence.
Edwards will spend February telling how York and other Black Americans helped carve out America’s place in the world.
“Both free and enslaved African Americans were part of our history from the very, very beginning,” said Edwards.
Edwards said that role enriched America’s history and helped form America’s future.
The National Frontier Trails Museum, 318 W. Pacific, has planned two programs to honor the city’s black heritage.
It will take about five years for a book to be published detailing York's profound contributions to the exploration of America. After that, give it two years for a film to be green-lit on York's life. Morgan Freeman might be a little old for the part, but you can bet that Will Smith (or his son) will be the perfect actor for this suppressed moment from American history.

Our friends at Lewis and Clark College have already done there part in working to bring the legend of York to life by erecting a faceless statue (no image exists of this Black man). The catch? How about a "map" scarred on the faceless statues back, a reminder of the wounds of slavery:

This spring, a new memorial appears on Lewis & Clark’s campus, honoring a key member of the Corps of Discovery too long ignored by history. Dedicated on May 8, 2010, York: Terra Incognita memorializes a man who served on the expedition as the slave of William Clark, who became a crucial contributor to the expedition’s success—and who, after the completion of the journey, shared in none of the fame and fortune enjoyed by other members of the corps.
The following video offers context about York’s historical significance and tells the story of the how the memorial came to be at Lewis & Clark.


Located near Watzek Library, the York sculpture stands six feet tall and is mounted on an approximately two-foot bronze base with scattered text fragments embedded around it. Neither the physique nor facial features of the sculpture claim to represent what York actually looked like.
“Because there are no known images of York,” artist Alison Saar explains, “I felt a realistic portrait would only continue to misrepresent the man.”
Partly for this reason, Saar made the sculpture’s back a focal point and a symbol of the burden borne by York during the Lewis and Clark expedition. One of William Clark’s maps is inscribed—“scarred” might be more accurate—on the sculpture’s back and shoulders.
In her proposal to the York Committee, Saar wrote, “I have a personal interest in the recognition of unsung heroes, particularly those who have been overlooked due to their race or gender.” She has previously completed several sculptures addressing this theme.
By funding and commissioning this work by a nationally recognized artist, Lewis & Clark strives to welcome people from minority populations to our campus community and to join the ongoing work to recognize historical figures, like York, who contributed greatly to our country but without acknowledgment or reward.
“The sculpture stands as a visual metaphor for a historic moment that we must regard more thoughtfully if we are to understand American history,” says York Committee Chair Linda Tesner, director of the Ronna and Eric Hoffman Gallery of Contemporary Art.
York is a true hero for Black-Run America (BRA), and a wonderful new hero to be added to the pantheon of characters celebrated during Black History Month. Lewis and Clark... nothing but Dead White Males. York, a living, breathing memory of a true American hero.



108 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, York was horribly abused by Lewis and Clark. Beaten to the point of death many times. But he kept coming back for more and never ran off even when he could do so.

/Sarcasm

Just because a person was a slave (lots of white people were slaves too) doesn't mean that their owner was cruel to them.

Anonymous said...

WTF is this? York?

This guy never existed in the real world. Just more re-writing of history to make minorities feel better about themselves...

Anonymous said...

I am pretty well acquainted with the Lewis and Clark journals. York was interesting, but he wasn't critical to the expedition, and there's no evidence he was any more of a "hero" than any of the other men, and he was certainly less important than Sacagawea, who saved the expedition at least twice. It is true that York was allowed to vote as to which side of the Columbia they would make their winter camp. The vote was taken near present day Chinook, Washington, not far from where I live. I find it hilarious that it took the black "community" until now to figure out that there was a black on the expedition. I guess that's what happens when you have no interest in history or in cracking a book.

Anonymous said...

What are the facts on York?
Wiki has scant!
The art 'curator' is a hoot!

YORK THE MAGIC NEGRO!

If he got to Canada / the wilds, why didnt he just stay?

Anonymous said...

Not only York.

Black explorer Matthew Henson was the first person to reach the North Pole
http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2003/01/0110_030113_henson.html

First to North Pole was a negro according to the new history. We all know that negroes just love cold weather and snow. They are also great explorers and inventors an sheet.
Another invented magic negro who never existed in the real world.

Anonymous said...

I did get thru about 3.5 minits of the LnC official movie...
seems like 3 'useless eaters' to me.

Anonymous said...

http://www.lewisandclark.com/facts/factscivmmbr.html

York. No other name appears for this man, William Clark’s slave who was raised with him. A big man and good hunter, he carried a rifle and often went out alone during the trip—not usual privileges for a slave back in Virginia. He was freed by 1811 and ran a wagon freight company in Tennessee and Kentucky that failed by 1832. On his way to Clark in St. Louis, he died of cholera.

Charles Martel said...

Is there any racial group that Blacks aren't willing to piss off in their vain over-reaching attempts to claim so kind of achievement other than drive-by shootings and jenkem?

Charles Martel said...

Ah, more mod editing of my postings? Let me rephrase the erased statement then.

Is there any group of people that aren't suffering a loss of their history and achievements thanks to the endless race pandering of DWLs and their favorite unwelcome children?

Keep going BRA. Keep going.

You're just making it much easier for all the world to unify against a common enemy.

Anonymous said...

Now the News:

A Newark man died after a tussle with a former high school wrestler he tried to rob early Saturday, NBC New York has learned.

Law-enforcement sources told NBC New York that 30-year-old Gian Davis approached two men near Bloomfield Avenue at about 1:15 a.m. and asked for change.

When the men said "no," he then asked to borrow a cell phone, grabbed it and tried to run off with it, sources said.

One of the men lunged to get

Ryu said...

That's what going to happen. More and more rewriting of history. Out and out fabrictions.

Get used to it. This is guaranteed to occur in the future. We may learn that George Washington was really black. So was Edison.

Other things are coming. Euthanasia of the older white population is also on the way.

Paleface 6 said...

If you go to that "National Frontier Trails Museum" website, it has a revolving banner at the top of the page. One part says "An American Original," and the other part has a picture of a groid with the signature "Harry S. Truman" next to it.

That is DEFINITELY bullshit.

DW said...

Heres' a list of the people involved in the Lewis and Clark expedition

Note that it's a long list. Why not make statues of everybody, including the dog? They all contributed.

earthman said...

Oh crap, somebody notify Glenn Beck, he's missed one of the black "founders" to worship!

Anonymous said...

Hey, did a commie Chinese sculptor make the statue of York?

One did the MLK statue in Chocolate City (a.k.a. Washington, D.C.)

Anonymous said...

Where's the love?

Let's not forget the fact that the Cherokee of Oklahoma just booted out Negroes who were the descendants of Cherokee-held slaves. http://www.thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/8782-cherokee-nation-revokes-citizenship-rights-of-black-slave-descendants

Must be due to the hegemony of the indigenous.

Or red privilege.

So CAL Snowman said...

Australia and Liberia are PERFECT examples of the innate differences between blacks and whites. Australia was settled by deported, convicted criminals from the UK. This resettlement of criminals began in the late 18th century around 1790. Most of Australia is a desert or a semi-arid region where drought is a huge concern. These people would form the economic, cultural and political foundation of the Australia we know today (13th largest world economy and 5th highest per capita income).

Liberia was settled by freed blacks from North America. This resettlement began in 1820. These people would form the economic, cultural and political foundation of the Liberia we know today. Liberia is one of the world's POOREST countries with the world's third lowest per capital income.

CASE CLOSED.

Caiden said...

I don't know, does anyone here believe anything postive about blacks anymore? Blacks just take credit for things, like claiming the Tusgakee Airmen defeated Nazi single handily and crap. Whenever anything 'good' about blacks I just assume it's 98% BS made up by white liberals to hide how blacks fail at everything in real life.


God, seriously, our history is being rewritten like the Robin Hood series from the UK where a black guy is part of the group. Sure, I can believe in black thieves, but black freedom fighters? Where were all the blacks fighting for their freedom when John Brown tried to start an upraising?

Caiden said...

Cherokees are racist! OR... maybe even Native Americans don't like giving money to worthless blacks sitting around contributing nothing.

In a yahoo article one of the commenters just said something like 'the government should stay out of tribal affairs'. I forgot what else she said but I got the impression she assumed the Cherokees were doing it because the evil white racist government was 'forcing' them to remove the blacks.

Anonymous said...

DW There is a statue to Seaman somewhere. I guess he made a noticable contribution?

Anonymous said...

It seems as if the facebook page of the "Un-Fair Campaign" is gone again?

Perhaps reported for "hate speech" a little bit too much???

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Un-Fair-Campaign/323955550965573

Anonymous said...

That's no groid Truman imposter, Paleface 6.

make it rain TRUTH said...

It's not often that I am stunned by the absurdity of liberals inventing history.

This is one of those times.

Meanwhile, somewhere at this very moment is a black kid hearing/reading this tale of York, "The Father of America", and saying "who be lews and clurrk"?

make it rain TRUTH said...

"Anonymous said...

WTF is this? York?

This guy never existed in the real world. Just more re-writing of history to make minorities feel better about themselves...

February 4, 2012 5:33 PM"


Duh, this is the namesake of New York. Both the state AND the city.

Blackifying history one step at a time.

Anonymous said...

Keep your eyes on this story. A black man was killed by a former high school wrestler when he tried to steal a cell phone. The wrestler put a headlock on him and the would be thief choked to death. No details on the former wrestler, but given that whites are into that sport, it will probably turn out that he is white.

Jeff! said...

Re: Statue of the dog

If I'm not mistaken, there is one here in St Louis featuring Louis, Clark, and a dog. Near the Arch, under one of the bridges.

I'm not surprised by this. As Paul noted in the beginning of his piece, black history month is a little short of figures. So a new one must be found! Or, baring that, fabricated.

Anonymous said...

You could change every white face in history to a black face and not much would change with blacks. That is the truth!

Zenster said...

His name was York and while his black skin made him Clark’s slave, it also gave their group an “in” with the Midwest’s Native American population. You see, to the Indians, York’s skin was mystifying; a symbol power and strength.

Of course it was. Imagine how impressive it was upon native American Indians that a man of color was some entirely bought and sold slave whose skin color was a sole attribute to the power of other colonizing Whites.

Zenster said...

I will wait and make a specific comment later which proves that 99.99% of this is crap. Until then, go ahead and beat your brains out.

Anonymous said...

Since I've stopped partaking of banker owned media, my tolerance for this crap has really gone down. It sickens me to read this.

Does amybody know when the last time we had a white man recognized for something with a coin or holiday or the like?

any chance of SBPDL putting in a forum? I have questions id like to ask that don't necessarily fit a particular blog(like, do you find yourselves having a hard time relating to friends that aren't awake? Cuz I am.)

Anonymous said...

Next thing you know, Negros will be claiming that Jesus was black.

Wait a minute...

Ronhead said...

I will not fault York's contribution to the expedition. He was there, he probably helped. The revisionism of history is annoying. Looking at the list of people on the trip you see 52 people and a dog. What about the horses? The other 52 people should not be discounted. Might have been a Catholic, French, Irish, women, ... Where are there statues?

I expect to hear one day, that there was a black janitor with the Manhattan project and without his scrubbing of the floor, the whole war would have been lost.

What black people need now is heros from NOW not made up or dug up and prettied up ones from the past. The heros of now the thugs singers and sports stars they look up to now.

Whiskey said...

There are real, true, positive Black pioneers. They are just concentrated in music. Jazz is an American original, created and sustained (in the early days) entirely by Black people. Now Whites form the main audience, and White performers played either significant, or even at times dominant roles in various sub-genres (Bix Biederbecke, Benny Goodman, Dave Brubeck, Diana Krall, Joshua Redman) but it was a Black creation at the beginning.

Louis Armstrong was a great man. Worthy of emulation and admiration. So too, Jelly Roll Morton, Scott Joplin, Miles Davis, Sonny Rollins (still blessedly active), the immortal Duke Ellington, and the greatest American female singer -- Billie Holliday, Lady Day herself. There's also the great Long Tall, Dexter Gordon, the Marsalis family, Ellis, Branford, and Wynton, Johnny Hodges, Cannonball Adderly, Bunk Johnson, and Thelonious Monk, not to mention John Coltrane. Maybe the greatest Jazz saxophonist ever.

Creating timeless and beautiful music loved all over the world, from Finland to Japan to South America is something to be proud. These men (and women) were real heroes. They didn't go out and fight and explore, but spent decades honing their craft, while entertaining people by making music so beautiful it lives on today.

THEY, not made-up heroes, deserve admiration and respect AND remembrance.

Whiskey said...

Let me add, yes Blacks are absent from science, from math, from military greatness, from literature (most Black literature is fifth-rate at best, not even up to the level of the Latin American "Magical Realists" who are tedious in the extreme to even attempt to read). Blacks are absent from America's politics, its military heroes, and world-levels of achievement in pretty much anything BUT music.

Yes that's sad.

But the Irish have achieved only greatness in Literature and Music. Irish cuisine is not counted among the world's greats, like French or Italian or Japanese or Chinese, but the Irish don't mind. Irish contributions to math, science, and technology in general are minimal, dwarfed by the English, Germans, French, Italians, and Jews across the Diaspora. The Irish don't care.

Irish literature is first-rate, rivaled only by the English, and its musical contributions rank only below the Italian and German, alongside the French and Russian. The Irish don't invent imaginary Irish heroes who invented the Light Bulb or Radio or the Atomic Bomb. They are proud of being who and what they are, and have been, without all that inferiority complex stuff that Blacks invent for themselves. This from a people ruled as a colony by the British for 800 years, and before that subject to centuries of Viking domination/raids/colonization.

Black people have real heroes. Guys who in sum about equal the German contribution to world music from Bach to Mozart to Beethoven. The Black American contribution to music collectively is that stunningly beautiful and important and massive.

Yeah going on about George Washington Carver is a bit tedious. But what about Scott Joplin?

Click on the link here and listen to "Solace" by Joplin and not be moved by the music. It's beautiful. Hamlisch's version of Joplin's "the Entertainer" reached #3 on the Billboard Charts in 1974 according to Wiki. A lot of people just loved the music. The man created something lasting and beautiful. THAT demands remembrance and respect. Not imaginary heroes that betray profound insecurity.

Anonymous said...

I just watched the Paul Mooney 'Godfather of Comedy' special on Showtime (more like Ho-time, amirite?) Oh. My. God.

If you want to see how blacks really think (even the semi-intelligent ones like Mr. Mooney) watch this show. It is an hour of the black mind off the leash. They hate us. They know we hate them. They are childlike, resentful, arrogant and boastful imbeciles. They think they are gods on Earth. They really have no idea how much they rely on us and our rayciss technology and laws to keep them in KFC and Escalades. They just hate us.

They will never assimilate. They have freedom. And freedom, as Paul says, has failed. What now?

Anonymous said...

Do these foolish DWLs not realize that there are those of us out here who disagree with them but are nonetheless intellectual and consider ourselves as 'those who can see'?
Do they not realize that they and their rhetoric are responsible for the radicalization of those who would otherwise have been tolerant and accepting?
It amazes me that these fools cannot see that their hatred of their own (white) race is driving the uprising of self love and positivity that we will need to defeat the dark hordes.
Whatever. I am more sick of the libtards than any other group...of any color.

Anonymous said...

Its funny Im sixty years old,and when I was growing up ,watching TV and movies,all the bad guys where white,but they where caught and brought to justice,I cant remember anyone crying it was wrong,we understood good from bad

Anonymous said...

So what are the DWLs basing their sudden revelation of the importance of York? The journals of Lewis and Clark are available at Archive. I'll have to see for myself. It is telling that it took only 208 years for someone to notice York's vast contribution to the expedition. It reminds me of other insignificant, yet inflated, contributions from blacks. Crispus Attucks led the early revolutionaries single-handed, the Continental Army was 10% black at one point (and that 10% were so much better than the pale 90%!), the Buffalo Soldiers conquered the Old West all by themselves, etc, etc.

Van said...

See, we've always been this great multicultural society where the whole is greater than the sum of its parts; isn't diversity grand!!

This is the obvious response to the question: What do we need blacks (and other non-whites) for? We did just fine all on our own, while they need us to get past the Bronze (or Stone) Age. So America's history must be rewritten to give blacks a much more prominent place, making whites believe some synergistic phenomenon was occurring. And of course, if blacks were crucial to the founding and development of our nation, but are nothing but deadweight now, then we whites must be "doing something" to hold them back, mustn't we?

Its offensive, in and of itself. I'm PROUD of my heritage. The simple truth is that Western Civilization is NOT the heritage of blacks. It belongs to whites and whites alone. The Magna Carta, US Revolution/Declaration of Independence/Constitution, global exploration. All these complex technological, political, and philosophical advancements. They are MY heritage. I'm sorry if LaShondra and DeAndre don't have anything to be proud of, but I'm not sharing. Its mine.

But the ramifications of this will be deadly - whites even more convinced that they somehow need blacks - its like convincing someone that his lungs won't work if he stops smoking.

Since Western Civilization of course begins in Europe, how will blacks be inserted into precolonial European history? Will we be further convinced that (1) the Moors were black, and (2) they really invented everything and brought it to Europe?

Van said...

"I don't know, does anyone here believe anything postive about blacks anymore?"

Collectively or individually, the answer is NO. Every black veteran I've ever met was either special forces, ranger, airborne, or some other elite unit that sees regular combat. Odd that I've met so many when so few actually serve in those positions. Some did it all - computer expert, sniper, infantry, drill Sergeant. Amazing; too bad we don't have more of these black super soldiers.

Many of them played semi-pro football. Of course their stories never add up, and they often are simply not the right size (height as well as weight) to have played the position they claim.

AnalogMan said...

Yes, I also suspect there was a hitherto unrecognized pack mule, who was also crucial to the success of the expedition. Why don't we have Mule History Month?

So CAL Snowman, another apt comparison is between Ghana and Malaysia. Both were British colonies that got independence in 1957. At that time, they both inherited thriving economies based on export of primary products mainly to Britain. Similar resources, climate, population size, legal and political institutions, education systems, population ethnic and linguistic mixes, per capita income...

... and look at them today.

Old School Youth said...

@ Anonymous 7:50

If anything, the Cherokees got historically fucked over. Originally in Georgia, they actually liked white society, especially the part about black slaves. Andrew Jackson basically decided to overrule a supreme court ruling and give their land to essentially white squatters.

Nonetheless, I wish we could have done the reservation system for blacks in this country. We had something close with hood, but then section 8 happened.

Paleface 6 said...

That settles it. Today I'm going on Ebay and buying a set of Encyclopedia Britannica, not newer that 1960, just so I can read some TRUE history from time to time. The last I looked, i could have picked up a set for $100 or so.

Lily White said...

Ah, the old "it wasn't the white man who did x-y-z, all the credit really should go to (insert name of some person of current favored minority status here) gambit. Never seen THAT one before!

Something about the Lewis and Clark expedition sends all of academe scrambling to frantically find someone -- anyone -- to credit other than the two white guys for whom the expedition was named. Giving 99.99% of the credit to Sacajawea worked for awhile, but now we're throwing in an (up to now) relatively unheard of slave for good measure, just in case anyone should get the ridiculous notion that L&C did anything noteworthy or useful while on the venture. Geez, they might as well not have even gone along! Seems they didn't do ANYTHING helpful on the trip!

ericcs said...

This reminds me of the Soviet Union during the good ol' days of communism... they were always putting out news releases claiming that they had just discovered how some Russian during the Leninist-Stalinist days had actually invented the ______ (airplane, television, light bulb, toaster, you name it, fill in the blank), thus proving once again how superior communism was to the evil West.

Obviously the left is the same everywhere and at any time, in that they feel it necessary to construct revisionist history that agrees with their narratives in support of some favored class or group, regardless of how dubious or absurd it may sound.

Pvt Spence said...

Just checking in, you guys Zenster, Ryu, So Cal and others keep bringing in the news from your end of the world. I picked up the latest anti White drivel from Forsooth, it pays to keep up with the bad guys.

Pvt Spencer keeping an eye on things.

MrGJG said...

Man, they're really digging deep to find any significant black accomplishments from history.

Why not just build a statue for any negro who pays his mortgage, supports his children, and goes to work everyday?

Anonymous said...

Zenster said...

I will wait and make a specific comment later which proves that 99.99% of this is crap. Until then, go ahead and beat your brains out.


With this being a Leap Year there is a whole extra 24 hours of Black History Month.

Anonymous said...

Speaking of imaginary black heroes, has anyone else in the Chicago area seen the commercial honoring Sheqeena Washington (can't remember her real name, but that's probably close) as a "civil rights trailblazer" because she was the first African-American woman to.....wait for it.....own a radio station! Yes, the first African American woman to own a radio station is now a "civil rights trailblazer!"

That makes me long for the days of Mr. Peanut, George Washington Carver.

Anonymous said...

"Duh, this is the namesake of New York. Both the state AND the city."

He also invented the peppermint patty.

Anonymous said...

This is the prog-lib method: First downplay a historical achievement ( by Whites of course ), then ridicule it, then make shi+t up.

A few years ago that silly femme from 'Friends' and Tommy Bov Overdose made a comedy about Lewis & Clark. It wasn't an amazing accomplishment based on courage and resolve; it was slapstick.

Then, find a slave tagging along, and somehow give him most of the credit.

Miller said...

The story of York left a bad taste in my mouth this morning. Not that it was poorly written, but the writing on the wall that is included with it. Is nothing sacred anymore? I mean seriously...

'York the magic negro' indeed. If they start teaching this shit in my children's schools, I am yanking them out and home schooling. This is a crock of shit.

DWLs need to stfu and stop spoon feeding this shit to the masses.

EXIST > COEXIST

Anonymous said...

"...Why not just build a statue for any negro who pays his mortgage, supports his children, and goes to work everyday?"

I'm sure they will, just as soon as that happens.

Anyway, I just became a four star general, a navy seal, and was recently found to have contributed vital knowledge to the moon landing (and I was only 6 years old at the time!)!

If they can do it...

-Sweep the leg

Anonymous said...

On the original article somebody wrote this (I don't know whether it is true):

"Classic "African American Heritage Month" BS, in Clark's Journals he writes about how his Slave "York" was silly, dumb and sulky. Another irony to this recent and pathetic attempt to lie Blacks into the history books is that the Negro "York" after being freed by Clark made numerous attempts to get his old life back as a slave after he realized that he would have to fend for himself. I guess whoever wrote this article knows nothing at all about the fact that Sacajawea was the one who got the WHITE explorers in with the natives. I "

Anonymous said...

George Carver is definitely my favorite. If smashing a peanut is an invention, I suppose some eskimo who watched an ice cube melt "invented" water.

Negroes. Sheesh...

-Sweep the leg

Anonymous said...

"I just watched the Paul Mooney 'Godfather of Comedy' special on Showtime (more like Ho-time, amirite?) Oh. My. God."

I just downloaded it, and watched about 5 minutes...

Pure, unfunny, black-racist, blame-whitey, same-old same-old...

Apparently a black audience will laugh at any joke that demeans white people.

Anonymous said...

Any respectable scholar of American history well knows that Lewis and Clark's black servant was THE primary reason for the expedition's success. Had it not been for York, the western half of the North American continent would still be unexplored to this very day.

Anonymous said...

"African Americans for Humanism"?????

http://blogs.dallasobserver.com/unfairpark/2012/02/coming_soon_to_a_south_dallas.php

Coming to a South Dallas Billboard: A Celebration of Black Atheists & Freethinkers

By Anna Merlan Fri., Feb. 3 2012
The Dallas Observer

Californian said...

Here's a thought: What are white people doing to promote their own heroes? For example, Ian Smith, who defended Rhodesia against not only a Marxist terrorist insurgency but also held the country together in the face of international sanctions? Or Alan Bakke or Bernard Goetz or even Emma West?


What black people need now is heros from NOW not made up or dug up and prettied up ones from the past.

Perhaps a black leader who, today, turns around the trends amongst American blacks re high levels of violent crime, illegitimacy, welfare dependence, dropping out of school, and blaming whites for all their problems?

Anonymous said...

'A big man and good hunter, he carried a rifle and often went out alone during the trip'—not usual privileges for a slave back in Virginia...................
Yes that statement shows
1.......its a lie
2...or that he was not a 'slave'
a slave with a...........GUN????????

Also does G BECK worship Blacks?

And..'Irish' what do you expect from 3? million people?
Germany has like 100? million...
Ireland is small.

Im going to read about Liberia...bye.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous Paleface 6 said...

That settles it. Today I'm going on Ebay and buying a set of Encyclopedia Britannica, not newer that 1960, just so I can read some TRUE history from time to time. The last I looked, i could have picked up a set for $100 or so.

PALEFACE....ID SAY 1970 WAS MORE THE POINT...Get History etc printed before 1970.

Pvt Spence said...

Having joined the ranks of those with tags i say this, my BCT DSGt was a rare member of the 82nd. One gungho guy, this example of an admixtured black who happened to be in america actually earned his place. Was a good single father to a well behaved son, believed in repatriation of most other blacks and browns. Yes he'd admitted i was smarter than him, his IQ was somewhere in the low 90's at best but he did the best he could.

Anonymous said...

From jrank.org:

. Clark notes that York, unlike many of the explorers, could swim. He was able to swim to various areas and collect greens for their dinner. York also took care of Sergeant Floyd, a member of the expedition, who became seriously ill and died. In 1804 when the expedition reached South Dakota and contact was made with the Native American tribe, the Arikaras, the natives were astonished to see a black man. York was said to be a large man with curly hair. The Native Americans would crowd around him touching his skin and hair. They found it difficult to believe that his color did not come off. The women of the tribes were said to offer themselves to York. Native women were also available to the other explorers, but this was not mentioned in detail. The Mandans in North Dakota reacted to York with similar amazement because of his dark skin. They referred to York as the “great medicine.” In 1805 during the expedition’s stay in North Dakota for the winter, Clark used York to keep the natives entertained. Lewis also found York useful. He had him dance for the Shoshones in Montana to keep them occupied until Clark arrived. The explorers had merchandise to bargain with the Shoshones for horses, but were unsure if the trade would happen. With the presence of York the Indians were won over and the horses were acquired. York enjoyed many freedoms while on the expedition; he was one of the hunters for the group and carried a firearm. York’s contributions were such that he was given a vote when a decision was being made about where to build a fort for the winter on the Oregon coast.

When the expedition returned to St. Louis, York was admired and appreciated by all, but he did

Read more: York(c. 1772–?) - Explorer, slave, Chronology, Joins in Expedition - Clark, Lewis, William, and York’s - JRank Articles http://encyclopedia.jrank.org/articles/pages/4530/York-c-1772.html#ixzz1lX6re03J

Anonymous said...

For those who are interested, here is a link to download the Paul Mooney Godfather Of Comedy video...

http://www.4shared.com/zip/d5IDKqS4/PM-TGOC-2012.html

This is a perfect illustration of pure black hatred of whites, and the "blame-whitey" mentality taken to absurd extremes. Frankly, it's astonishing.

Depending on your internet speed, the download may take about 40 minutes.

Anonymous said...

nothing but a glorified pack-mule.

next thing you know they'll be saying J.H. Muller had a slave, therefore the slave deserves any and all credit for designing the first computer.

In fact, he wrote up all the plans between fetching Muller cups of coffee, which were later stolen by Muller who took all the credit.

Anonymous said...

Hey, now here's a totally shocking surprise. "Racial threats" against blacks turned out to be nothing but a hoax! The hoaxter(s) won't be arrested, of course.

http://www.todaystmj4.com/news/local/138688714.html

Sheriff: UW-Parkside racial threats were a hoax, no one arrested

By Matt Montgomery

CREATED Feb. 3, 2012 -

KENOSHA- Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth had told TODAY'S TMJ4 the threats made towards African-American students at UW-Parkside were a hoax.

The sheriff stressed that there was absolutely no danger to the students at UW-Parkside due to this threat. Through the investigation detectives were able to determine that there never was a threat of harm to students at UW-Parkside.

An investigation led authorities to question a female student about the threats. The student allegedly told authorities she had made the hit list because she was not satisfied with the initial response from a resident assistant when that resident assistant was shown the rubber bands that were said to look like a noose. The suspect wanted greater attention to that issue.

Freshman Carolina Diaz is shocked by the news, telling TODAY'S TMJ4, "I just think it's like ridiculous, that's something really serious." Meanwhile, Crystal Sims of the Black Student Union said how she felt about this, saying, "Anger. Disappointment. I believe it's extremely pathetic for someone to terrify their student body in such a matter because it is something serious."

Authorities have not arrested anyone in this case. UW-Parkside police said they are trying to protect the perpetrator Friday evening. The name of the woman involved is being withheld in order to provide the opportunity to remove her from campus.

UW-Parkside Chancellor Deborah Ford said, "It is good to find out that there was not an actual safety threat to our students."

UW-Parkside Police Chief James Heller said, "The safety of our students and the security of our campus is the highest priority. I am glad that we can tell our students to rest easy tonight."

The sheriff says he plans to go to the Kenosha County District Attorney's Office on Monday to push for charges against that person and anyone else who was involved because of the commotion caused on campus.

The sheriff's department was investigating after two nooses and a so-called hit list targeting African-American students was found Wednesday and Thursday.

Sack of Gawea said...

Well, we can give the slave some of the credit for getting those white guys across the continent, as long as we don't take too much away from the camp whore.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting comment on magic nigras in the military!

I had one tell me he wastaking a whiz in an outhouse when the barracks got blown up in Beirut. it was remarkable because I knew he was lying-his story didn't add up and it had the feel of a confidence scam, he was 'owed' for his fake service.

maybe not coincidentally the head of the Hollywood Writers Guild resigned a few years ago after being called out on his fake service. He'd been in a super secret unit who's existence was denied by the military, hence his lack of records.

Guess what he has in common with that other traitor?

I'm certain whites have done the same. I've just never met or known a friend of a friend that has, nor would I want to.

DW said...

DW There is a statue to Seaman somewhere. I guess he made a noticable contribution?

Doggie Power! Let's give 'em voting rights.

Why not just build a statue for any negro who pays his mortgage, supports his children, and goes to work everyday?

That's what it's all about. Average people who merely contributed to something are suddenly the heroes and leaders.

Come to think of it . . .

I post here on SBPDL! So, doesn't that mean I was crucial to SBPDL's success?

Or at least, can't I be remembered as some kind of feminist trailblazer who paved the way for other women to be evil racists?!

Anonymous said...

I think there's a distinction here that ought to be made.

If somebody wants to put up a modest "heroic" style statue of this York guy, I don't see the big deal. He may not have been crucial to the mission's success, but still, trekking all over an unexplored continent isn't nothing. If a statue gives some kid something to emulate, then why not? There are statues of people of minor achievement all over this country.

But the conceptual statue with the map "scarred" or inscribed on the guy's back is a major misrepresentation, an historical lie. The expedition (and indeed the opening of Oregon) did not take place "on the backs" of oppressed blacks, York himself seems not to have been mistreated, he was more or less just along for the ride. Had he sought his freedom he would have had constant opportunities to escape in that context. Unlike the "heroic" sculpture which is just a harmless fib, this business of "scarring" the guy's back with Clark's map is a malicious lie.

Anonymous said...

"Will we be further convinced that (1) the Moors were black, and (2) they really invented everything and brought it to Europe?"

The ahistorical Afrocentric assertions of Moorish "blackness" make me nauseous. The Arab-Berber Moors were Mediterranean Whites. In fact, the half-Berber half-Visigoth conqueror of Hispania, Tariq ibn Ziyad, was a fair-skinned blond, as was the Andalusian Umayyad Emir Abdurrahman III, who subjugated the northern Christian principalites of Leon, Navarre, and Barcelona as vassal states. Needless to say, their menial slaves were black sub-Saharan Africans, while their "elite" slaves were Slavic Saqaliba and Georgian Mamluks.

Hereward said...

You see, to the Indians, York’s skin was mystifying; a symbol power and strength.

Meriwether Lewis took a powerful and advanced air rifle along with him on the expedition.
The Indians "were all amazed at the curiosity" of the weapon. Perhaps we should erect a monument to the air rifle, too.

Anonymous said...

Id prefer a statue of the dog.

Zenster said...

In every online resource I have reviewed, York is repeatedly referred to as William Clark's "man servant".

Furthermore, the statue of this individual reveals a level of political and racial manipulation that necessitates a total suspension of disbelief.

First and foremost, the likelihood that a colored valet would be in possession of a flintlock rifle is so minuscule that it is statistically insignificant. Such a firearm was both insanely valuable and, more importantly, required massive amounts of practice to master with any degree of ability. The weapons were notoriously inaccurate and an owner needed to thoroughly familiarize their self with that particular firearm to have the slightest hope of hitting a target with any regularity.

If you want an idea of how cantankerous such arms were, I refer you to the book, "Arming America ― The Origins of a National Gun Culture", by Michael A. Bellesiles. Using historical accounts, the author details how so many colonial battles saw more injuries from the weapons being used as clubs after its owner had depleted his ammunition. Bellesiles goes on to conclude that the bayonet was a far more lethal instrument and the cause of most battlefield deaths by comparison. From the link:

Bellesiles indicates that ordinary people had virtually no access to or practical training in firearms.

Those "ordinary people" where White people and if they had "virtually no access to or practical training in firearms", then York is just another Magical Negro™ fulfilling some DWL's wet dream of Black importance.

So, how likely is it then that a valet would ever have accumulated enough hours of practice with one particular rifle to have gained the ability to bring down small game, like the bird he is pictured with? York's only chance to do so would have been to fire into a large flock and hope for a random impact. Much like the "spray and pray" gunfight strategy of modern day Black gangstas.

There is no way in hell York would have been sent out to waste precious powder and balls with his, in all probability, lousy marksmanship. Period. End of paragraph.

Finally, the map etched into the statue's back reveals an pro-Black agenda so blatantly obvious that truth would be the first casualty of whomever sought to erect this homage to anything and everything non-White. The probability of highly educated and well-bred men like Lewis and Clark ever whipping a household servant is beyond even imagining.

Captain Lewis had served as Thomas Jefferson's secretary and was eventually appointed Governor of Louisiana. Clark went on to become Governor of the Northwest Territory.

Neither of these individuals would have willingly compromised the success of their expedition by lashing one of its members. Every last hand was desperately needed to haul their boats upstream and portage goods when necessary.

This statue has all the earmarks of another infamously politically correct monstrosity, the "9-11 memorial that was never erected due to revisionist multiculturalism.

Zenster said...

Ronhead: I expect to hear one day, that there was a black janitor with the Manhattan project and without his scrubbing of the floor, the whole war would have been lost.

Nice use of logical extension to its maximum limit.

What black people need now is heros from NOW not made up or dug up and prettied up ones from the past. The heros of now the thugs singers and sports stars they look up to now.

Spot on! A race that has those sort of living heroes is doomed from step one.

Anonymous said...

This is nothing less than ideological masturbation.

But then, every time I see a 'brothah' on the street or on TV, wearing their low riders, that's about all the intellectual endeavor the vast majority of them seem engaged in as they grope their privates, 24/7, it would appear.

I hope a vandal destroys that faceless statue, or writes hispanic graffitti on it. That's all it's good for.
"I have a dream....."

- Fr. John+

Zenster said...

Whiskey: Click on the link here and listen to "Solace" by Joplin and not be moved by the music.

Go ahead and listen to "Solace" and then try this.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (February 5, 2012 12:57 AM): Do they not realize that they and their rhetoric are responsible for the radicalization of those who would otherwise have been tolerant and accepting?

It amazes me that these fools cannot see that their hatred of their own (white) race is driving the uprising of self love and positivity that we will need to defeat the dark hordes.


Author! Author!

One of Liberalism's single greatest vulnerabilities is to The Law of Unintended Consequences™. It is a direct result of its reliance upon Magical Thinking™ and Liberals, by their negative example, recruit more people to the cause of Conservatism than almost any other group, including the near meme-less Conservatives themselves.

Anonymous said...

wow lmfao I wonder how the Shoshone are going to feel about this ,"it also gave their group an “in” with the Midwest’s Native American population" because of the coon not the squaw.............LMFAO!! move over Sacajawea.....Well we're movin on up,
To the east side.
To a deluxe apartment in the sky.
Movin on up,
To the east side.
We finally got a piece of the pie.


Fish don't fry in the kitchen;
Beans don't burn on the grill.
Took a whole lotta tryin',
Just to get up that hill.
Now we're up in the big leagues,
Gettin' our turn at bat.
As long as we live, it's you and me baby,
There ain't nothin wrong with that.

Zenster said...

Paleface 6: That settles it. Today I'm going on Ebay and buying a set of Encyclopedia Britannica, not newer that 1960, just so I can read some TRUE history from time to time.

A very good idea and especially so for anyone that home schools. Revisionism is so rampant these days that most public school textbooks aren't just inaccurate ― as in 2+2=5 sort of factual errors, which is bad enough as it is ― but are now larded with an anti-White Christian Male agenda to the point of being seditious.

Zenster said...

ericcs: This reminds me of the Soviet Union during the good ol' days of communism... they were always putting out news releases claiming that they had just discovered how some Russian during the Leninist-Stalinist days had actually invented the ______ (airplane, television, light bulb, toaster, you name it, fill in the blank), thus proving once again how superior communism was to the evil West.

In Soviet Union, future invents history!

Zenster said...

DW: Or at least, can't I be remembered as some kind of feminist trailblazer who paved the way for other women to be evil racists?!

Wow! Icing on the cake. Great comments and the opportunity to hear about TNB from a woman's perspective. Please chime in with any views and experiences that us rayciss males might not be familiar with.

Zenster said...

Anonymous (February 5, 2012 8:42 AM): … in Clark's Journals he writes about how his Slave "York" was silly, dumb and sulky.

Any links to this information? It sure seems to contradict what Anonymous (February 4, 2012 6:16 PM) posted:

York. No other name appears for this man, William Clark’s slave who was raised with him. A big man and good hunter, he carried a rifle and often went out alone during the trip—not usual privileges for a slave back in Virginia.

Being a "good hunter" with the poor quality firearms available back then required considerable spare time for all the practicing and a good bit of wealth to both afford the weapon in the first place and then expend a butt load of powder and lead mastering the consarned thing.

Being a "good hunter" doesn't exactly mesh with acting "silly, dumb and sulky". I smell a rat.

Anonymous said...

I've never had the urge to touch Brillo.
I would like blacks to stfu in movies.
I would like blacks to stop valorizing mediocre footnotes in history like "York" or Booker T or Malcolm X or Michael King.
Name one engineer on the Apollo mission assholes. Yeah that's right you blacks couldn't give a fuck about space exploration.

Zenster said...

Hereward: Meriwether Lewis took a powerful and advanced air rifle along with him on the expedition.

Your link is broken. Here is a web site explaining about the 22 round 800 psi repeating Girandoni air rifle. Quite an astonishing piece for its time, all the more so for its ability to shoot 22 balls on a single charge of air.

Anonymous said...

Here's some more revisionism involving indigenous persons. Janet "Reno" Napolitano was the one behind the legislation.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Piestewa_Peak

Zenster said...

Anonymous (February 5, 2012 11:38 AM): Unlike the "heroic" sculpture which is just a harmless fib, this business of "scarring" the guy's back with Clark's map is a malicious lie.

I agree. The agenda behind that feature just shrieks, "Evil Whitey!"

Anonymous said...

Zenster said...

DW: Or at least, can't I be remembered as some kind of feminist trailblazer who paved the way for other women to be evil racists?!

Wow! Icing on the cake. Great comments and the opportunity to hear about TNB from a woman's perspective. Please chime in with any views and experiences that us rayciss males might not be familiar with.


Marie Thereze Coincoin should be a feminist icon for her historical significance.

Hereward said...

Let's see if my link works this time:
Lewis & Clark Rifle

Hereward said...

Zenster,
Take everything Bellesisles says on the subject of firearms in early America with a grain of salt. Most of what he's written is a grievous distortion or outright lie.

Anonymous said...

Give them sufficient time and they'll find a way to say the first man on the moon was a negro.

Mr. Rational said...

Second what Hereward said.  Anything written by Bellesiles on firearms should be dismissed as unworthy of consideration; the book's Bancroft prize was revoked and the man himself was forced to resign from Emory in disgrace because of his fraudulent claims made in the book.

Zenster said...

Hereward: Zenster,
Take everything Bellesisles says on the subject of firearms in early America with a grain of salt. Most of what he's written is a grievous distortion or outright lie.


Thank you very much for the informative link. Just from the book's tone, I was already aware that Bellesisles had a serious anti-gun bias. That is why, in my previous comment that cites him, I used the term "historical accounts" because, I too, had concerns about the conclusions that he would draw on his own.

What I was totally unprepared for is the flat-out rewrite of history that Bellesisles seems thoroughly guilty of. From your informative link:

Critics also identified problems with Bellesiles's methods of citation. Cramer noted that Bellesiles had misrepresented a passage by George Washington about the quality of three poorly prepared militia units as if his criticism applied to the militia in general. (Washington had noted that the three units were exceptions to the rule.)[17] Cramer wrote, "It took me twelve hours of hunting before I found a citation that was completely correct. In the intervening two years, I have spent thousands of hours chasing down Bellesiles’s citations, and I have found many hundreds of shockingly gross falsifications." [18]

Emory investigation and resignation

As criticism grew and charges of scholarly misconduct were made, Emory University conducted an internal inquiry into Bellesiles's integrity, appointing an independent investigative committee composed of three leading academic historians from outside Emory.[19] Bellesiles failed to provide investigators with his research notes, claiming the notes were destroyed in a flood.[20]
[emphasis added]

This is the professorial equivalent of "the dog ate my homework".

The scholarly investigation confirmed that Bellesiles's work had serious flaws, calling into question both its quality and veracity. The external report on Bellesiles concluded that "every aspect of his work in the probate records is deeply flawed" and called his statements in self-defense "prolix, confusing, evasive, and occasionally contradictory." It concluded that "his scholarly integrity is seriously in question."[21]

Bellesiles disputed these findings, claiming to have followed all scholarly standards and to have corrected all errors of fact known to him.

Nevertheless, with his "reputation in tatters," Bellesiles issued a statement on October 25, 2002, announcing the resignation of his professorship at Emory by year's end.
[emphasis added]

Bearing the above in mind, those facts I cite with respect to gun ownership, the historical cost of such weapons, their accuracy and quality of manufacture along with the probability of many Blacks being able to afford themselves the time, money and materials required to master such idiosyncratic hand-smithed arms, still stand.

Thank you again, Hereward. I really appreciate you pointing out that Bellesisles is nothing but an academic fraud. I now understand why the book, unlike 99.999% of anything I ever begin reading, has been left half-finished for the past year or two.

Zenster said...

Mr. Rational: Second what Hereward said.

Thank you as well, Mr. Rational.

It's difficult for me to adequately express how enjoyable the overall level of intelligence is here at SBPDL. The ability to knowledgeably discuss such a vital and too-often distorted hot-button issue like race realism and being able to do so with strong confidence in the veracity of any information presented here is simply priceless.

Also, it cuts through the usual crap like a machete.

DW said...

Zenster said...

Please chime in with any views and experiences that us rayciss males might not be familiar with


Well, I will say that I am disgusted that so many white women have been made into useful idiots for the cultural marxist agenda.

Hereward said...

You're welcome, Zenster; I always find your own posts well-written and informative. As for the effectiveness of of L&C-era rifles, your description of their idiosyncratic nature is correct. I regularly shoot a replica flintlock long rifle with my muzzleloading gun club. These weapons are artifacts of the preindustrial world; hitting with any gun is an art, but just getting a flintlock to go off reliably is itself an art, and takes familiarity (as you pointed out) with the personality of the individual gun. In addition, the spherical bullets these guns shoot are high-drag and lose velocity very quickly. The problems of bullet drop and wind drift that bedevil modern high-power riflemen at 600+ yards become very apparent with the flintlock at 150 yards.

Discard said...

Zenster: I think you take the case for Black ineptitude too far. There surely were trusted slaves who were proficient with firearms, just as there are skillful Black car mechanics and welders and bulldozer operators today. Not many, but some. I would believe this simply as a matter of probability even if I had never read of it, but I do know of one. Daniel Boone, in his eighties, had a slave accompany him on his wanderings. He wanted to ensure that he would be buried and word would be brought back if he died.
This slave York was likely a capable and reliable fellow within his limits, even if "silly, dumb, and sulky". Would his owner have brought along an old horse or a rusty gun?
BTW, birds are hunted with shot, not slugs. Pinpoint accuracy isn't necessary.

Zenster said...

Discard: I think you take the case for Black ineptitude too far.

Nowhere did I say that Blacks were incapable of attaining proficiency with firearms. My central point was that ― due to cost, availability and the considerable expense of practice ammunition ― it would be very unlikely for them to do so with any great frequency.

There surely were trusted slaves who were proficient with firearms, just as there are skillful Black car mechanics and welders and bulldozer operators today. Not many, but some.

I am not disputing that.

This slave York was likely a capable and reliable fellow within his limits, even if "silly, dumb, and sulky". Would his owner have brought along an old horse or a rusty gun?

I simply maintain that "A big man and good hunter, he carried a rifle and often went out alone during the trip—not usual privileges for a slave back in Virginia." and "silly, dumb, and sulky" don't exactly mesh very well.

BTW, birds are hunted with shot, not slugs. Pinpoint accuracy isn't necessary.

I'm well aware of the difference between shotguns and rifles. Upon closer examination, it does appear that York is carrying a Brown Bess type musket as the weapon does not have the characteristic octagonal barrel of a Kentucky long rifle. So, perhaps his hunting success was not so much of a long shot (pun intended).

Discard said...

For a more accurate account of gun ownership than that of the liar Bellesiles, I recommend "To Keep and Bear Arms:The Origin of an Anglo-American Right", by Joyce Lee Malcolm. Firearms, including rifles, were far more widely available than the disgraced professor would have you know. After all, even Indians, who had no means whatever to manufacture guns, ball, or powder, were familiar enough to use them effectively.

Zenster said...

Discard: For a more accurate account of gun ownership than that of the liar Bellesiles, I recommend "To Keep and Bear Arms:The Origin of an Anglo-American Right", by Joyce Lee Malcolm.

Thank you for the recommendation. I'd de-emphasize the "Anglo" portion in that title as, throughout the entire history of guns, British commoners have been thoroughly discouraged from any sort of firearms ownership.

Both the nobility and royalty were very apprehensive about armed militias to the point where it was difficult just to get a standing army formed.

At present, the British people are paying rather dearly for their lack of Second Amendment rights.

Britain's nanny state law enforcement punishes people who harm criminals that are committing a crime far worse than they do the actual criminals themselves. It is totally "through the looking glass" across the pond.

Anonymous said...

When is Lucas's film about him due out?

Artur said...

From the UnFair Campaign's Facebook :

" Un-Fair Campaign
Daily example of white privilege: I went to the store today to buy shampoo and conditioner for my hair. I walked through literally four aisles of product that would work perfectly for my european hair. In all four aisles, I was able to find only one set of products made for more course hair that traditionally is attributed to people of color.
Privilege is knowing that I can go to any store that sells hair products and be relatively sure that I will find product for my type of hair."

Clearly this bitch is Stockholm thru-and-thru insane.

Cordialement,

Arturo

- crimesofthetimes.com

Anonymous said...

DW There is a statue to Seaman somewhere. I guess he made a noticable contribution?

Doggie Power! Let's give 'em voting rights


Don't be silly. They are not Orcas.

Anonymous said...

They like to make it sound as if the black guy was the only guy in the party not to be remembered, like anyone remembers the names of anyone else in Lewis and Clarks party. To go one further, most people wouldn't even be able to tell you Lewis and Clarks first names.

Discard said...

Zenster: By my decade old recollection, Prof Malcolm wrote that firearms were widely available to the small English landowners during the 1600s, which was the time that the American colonies were established. (News to me) This transplanted idea took firmer root in the New World than it had in the Old. Only when small farmers were dispossessed during the 1700s (the "enclosures") did the ruling class begin to get nervous about armed mobs of commoners.
Another related and worthwhile read is "The Minutemen: A Compact History of the Defenders of the American Colonies 1645-1775", by Major John R. Galvin. The gist is that the American militia were the well-organized heirs to a long fighting tradition, not just a bunch of armed farmers.

Anonymous said...

This historical rewriting is sooo funny and sooo SICK!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

When is Lucas's film about him due out?

You mean the movie, "GEORGE LUCAS: HABITUAL FART INHALATION AS A CAREER MOVE"(AKA -- I cannot cram my skull up my own bunghole any further, but I'm always trying harder).

George Lucas will, of course, hire a black lesbian with Tourette Syndrome (explicitly stated so as to not be confused with an average black's impulsive vulgarity) to play the role of George Lucas. This way George Lucas can retain the historical fraud habit that he is so enamored of and his half-assed ripoff hackery of the truly entertaining movies.

You'd think with all the undeserved money that George Lucas has banked, he'd get that neck bloat taken care of. Though, given the twisted child-like brain of George Lucas I rather suspect the neck bloat is a side effect of his Equus africanus asinus fellatio habits.

Anonymous said...

That movie of 'LnC' college and the bizarre eulogy to someone who was a tiny footnote to the expedition..gees

wow...We do see the world differently than the libs