|If they weren't in the NBA, odds are they are in jail. Or broke.|
Now is not that time. With the President of the United States interjecting himself into a story - he didn't have anything to say about the white kid set on fire by the two Blacks in Kansas City, did he? - that is being deliberated obfuscated by the Mainstream Media (MSM), we now have actual proof that the 2012 election will be the most racial in American history.
Well, at least since 1860.
Tomorrow, expect a long post detailing what happened in Detroit in 1967: it was a Black riot that killed one of America's most important cities. Then, there were only three networks on television, a few national magazines, and no Internet to provide pictures and video that circumvented the gatekeepers of the traditional media.
Black people nationwide are showing their solidarity over a story that we still do not know the basic facts about, nor do we have up-to date pictures of Mr. Trayvon Martin. Instead, we get Mickey Mouse Club-approved photos of a young Black kid with the hopes of immediate sympathy being generated instead of nods of approval over an image of a gang-banging brother being gunned-down by a trigger happy Hispanic.
Once again, the monochromatic Black community has been galvanized to believe the worst by an overzealous media dedicated to promoting a story that has been completely manipulated to elicit a prescribed reaction. Al Sharpton has joined the fray over George Zimmerman's shooting of the "saintly" Martin, the son Mein Obama never had.
Now, the Miami Heat of the National Basketball Association (NBA) have posed wearing hoodies, a homage to Martin's fashion statement that is shared by hundreds - if not tens of thousands - of other young Black males before they commit a crime.
Double J himself, Jesse Jackson, has now entered the fray, uttering this statement which seeks to exonerate Black people of all wrongdoing and place the blame squarely on white America's shoulders:
He added: "Blacks are under attack." African American families are facing record home foreclosures and unemployment. Their children are burdened with student loan debt. States, particularly conservative ones, are passing voter laws that leaders know will disenfranchise blacks and other minorities. Meanwhile, the nation's prisons are brimming with black faces, he said, and their numbers that suggest that the legal system is quicker to send blacks to prison than whites.Wasn't this a story of a Hispanic neighborhood watchmen shooting a Black Mickey Mouse Club extra? When did it become a story of student loan debt, foreclosure, high rates of Black crime necessitating high rates of Black imprisonment, and high rates of Black gun violence (targeted other Black people) making America's major cities war zones where our military doctors and trauma surgeons can garner valuable training in before deployment?
Jackson said gunfire in America continues to be a problem for all Americans -- not just blacks. Why, he asked, isn't America outraged, that far more people die of gun violence in one year in America than the number of soldiers killed in the wars waged in Iraq and Afghanistan?
"Our disparities are great," he said. "Targeting, arresting, convicting blacks and ultimately killing us is big business."
None of this matters to Black people, who never even tried to adhere to the concept of "judging by character" and instead found "judging by color of skin" (as long as it was white), blaming all of the problems within the Black community on evil 'whitey' a much more profitable way to go through life.
Jesse Jackson, Barack Obama, Eric "My People" Holder, and Al Sharpton (not to mention the New Black Panther Party - who used violence to intimidate white voters in 2008 and were not prosecuted by Holder's Department of Justice - issuing a "Dead or Alive" poster for Zimmerman - have doubled down on maintaining the Kerner Report legitimacy as the defining document governing American racial discourse.
It was this document, written after Black people had rioted in over one hundred American cities in the 1960s, that absolved Black people for their behavior, placing the blame on white people for their racism.
White people would go to the moon on July 20, 1969, never realizing that we would abandon our destiny to explore the universe just to invest quadrillions of dollars into uplifting Black America to the point that, in 2012, we are on the verge of hundreds of American cities burning again.
High rates of Black crime in more than 15 American cities since Obama's election have been countered with calls for the national guard to patrol the streets or martial law/emergency curfew's to be enacted/implemented to keep the peace, but now one shooting prompts Double J to bring up Black people's inability to pay mortgages they should have never gotten in the first place as justification for saying "Blacks are under attack."
No, Double J: Blacks aren't under attack. America has been under attack by outrageous levels of Black crime for decades, and we've continued to believe its the fault of white racism and the legacy of slavery for "the Blacks" inability to conjugate verbs, do addition and subtraction, and learn at a level passed the eighth grade.
We are now entering an era of hyper-instability, where the distrust between the races is growing at a pace not seen since white people fortified themselves in the suburbs of Detroit following the "Black Rebellion of 1967", leaving "the Paris of the West" to be run by Black people.
How'd that turn out? Oh... not so good.
You always wondered what it would take to make people "wake up" to the problems plaguing America: who would have ever thought it would take the shooting of a Black kid in a hoodie (with a sweet tea and a pack of Skittles) by a Hispanic named George Zimmerman to showcase the reality of what we have dubbed Black-Run America (BRA)?
I started this blog as a joke, a way to stay sane in a world seemingly dedicated to promoting nothing but 24/7 insanity. It's been almost three years since the first entry went up; now, four new books are on the verge of coming out that are all the work of one person (with editing by the ever valiant Mencken and contributions from a host of unnamed designers).
Double J and his ilk have doubled down on keeping alive the myth that white racism holds back the flow of Black progress. We at SBPDL have doubled down that the impending failure of Detroit showcases that the flow of Black progress was never more than the finite steam of water shot from a Super Soaker.
We could have been on Mars... remember that when you watch the first Black riot of 2012, courtesy of Black people posting iPhone videos onto WorldStarHipHop.