Groveling like a dog.
Sobbing like a baby.
|All white people in Savannah are well-aware of the threat black people pose to the peace and stability of the city... Paula Deen had a gun held to her head in 1986 by a black criminal, and now she's political enemy number one for daring to have referred to this cretin as a nigger|
All this for, while undergoing a deposition under oath, admitting she used The-Word-That-Must-Not-Be-Named after having a black man put a gun to her head during a hold-up.
In 1986 [Paula Deen fired from Food Network despite video statement apologizing for racial slur, NY Daily News, June 21, 2013]:
Sorry, Paula Deen. No amount of butter is going to fix this.
The celebrity chef was fired by Food Network on Friday, executives confirmed to the Daily News.
Officials at the channel elected not to renew her contract, which expires at the end of the month.Having a gun pointed at your head is a cruel and mean behavior.
Deen, 66, and her brother Bubba Hiers were sued by former employee Lisa Jackson, who alleged sexual harassment and a hostile work environment at Deen and Hiers' restaurant, Uncle Bubba's Seafood and Oyster House.
In the deposition, on May 17, the Queen of Southern cooking was asked if she had ever used the N-word. "Yes, of course," Deen replied. When asked to give an example of the last time she used the epithet, Deen referred back to an incident in 1986 when she was held at gunpoint. Well, it was probably when a black man burst into the bank that I was working at and put a gun to my head," she said. "Things have changed since the '60s in the South," Deen later clarified. "And my children and my brother object to that word being used in any cruel or mean behavior. As well as I do."
Calling the individual who did this - back in 1986 - a 'nigger' is not cruel or unusual.
Deen was being deposed because one of her former employees sued for 'racial discrimination', which virtually guarantees an out-of-court settlement for the plaintiff in our judicial system.
We do live under the tyranny of Black-Run America (BRA).
The discovery process is now used to find the truly unforgivable sin -- white racism in the face of a malicious black act [Deen says she used slur but doesn't tolerate hate, Atlanta Journal Constitution, June 21, 2013]:
The 66-year-old Food Network star and Savannah restaurant owner was peppered with questions about her racial attitudes in a May 17 deposition by a lawyer for Lisa Jackson, a former manager of Uncle Bubba's Seafood and Oyster House. Deen and her brother, Bubba Hiers, own the restaurant. Jackson sued them last year, saying she was sexually harassed and worked in a hostile environment rife with innuendo and racial slurs.
According to a transcript of the deposition, filed Monday in U.S. District Court, an attorney for Jackson asked Deen if she has ever used the N-word.
"Yes, of course," Deen replied, though she added: "It's been a very long time."By the way, this is Savannah, Georgia we are talking about -- a city undergoing dramatic racial changes that (in a democracy, where racial loyalty ultimately rules) ensures black will rule white.
Asked to give an example, Deen recalled the time she worked as a bank teller in southwest Georgia in the 1980s and was held at gunpoint by a robber. The gunman was a black man, Deen told the attorney, and she thought she used the slur when talking about him after the holdup. "Probably in telling my husband," she said.
But, Savannah is a city, like you'll soon learn about Indianapolis and one, as-of-yet-unnamed city, where black crime is almost the only type of crime happening. Remember what we learned from the nonfiction work Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil by John Berendt, which provides a look at the racial dynamics of Savannah in ways no establishment media Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) could be expected to write? It seems to vindicate Paula Deen:
The story of blacks in Savannah was, of course, a very different one from that of whites. Slavery was forbidden in Georgia in 1733 (Oglethorpe called it “a horrid crime”), but in 1749 the colony’s Trustees gave into pressure form the settlers and legalized it. Despite a long history of oppression, the 1960s civil rights movement in Savannah was almost entirely nonviolent. Civil rights leaders staged sit-ins at lunch counters, swim-ins at the beach, kneel-ins in churches, and a fifteen-month boycott of segregated stores. Tensions rose, but peace prevailed, largely because of the tireless efforts of a forward-thinking mayor, Malcolm Maclean, and a nonviolent strategy adopted by black leaders, notably W.W Law, the head of the local branch of the NAACP. In 1964, Martin Luther King declared Savannah “the most desegregated city in the South.” In 1980, the population of Savannah was half white and half black. (p.41)
While Savannah had grown accustomed to receiving compliments for its good looks, the city was thoroughly unprepared for a shockingly negative piece of news about itself that came howling out of the FBI in Washington and resounded around the world.
Savannah had achieved the highest per-capita murder rate in the United States the previous year – 54 murders, or 22.6 murders per 100,000 people. Savannah had become the murder capital of America! A stunned Mayor John Rousakis looked at the figures and complained that Savannah had been the victim of a statistical fluke. The numbers reflected murder rates in the metropolitan areas. Unlike most cities, Savannah did not have vast outlying suburbs with thousands of untroubled suburbanites to dilute its murder rate. When the murder rate was confined to actual city limits, Savannah ranked fifteenth in the nation, which was still a troubling distinction for a city that was not even among the country’s hundred largest cities.
Intending the clarify the matter, the city manager, Don Mendosa, announced that a breakdown of police showed crime in Savannah “is a black problem.” Nearly half of Savannah’s population was black, he said, but 91 percent of the murderers were black, and 85 percent of the victims were also black. The same was true for rape (89 percent of the offenders and 87 percent of the victims were black). Ninety-four percent of assaults and 95 percent of the robberies involved black offenders. The city manager was not a racist. He expressed compassionate concern for dealing with the root causes – 12. 1 percent unemployment among blacks, compared with 4.7 for whites, and similar disparities in school-dropout rates, teenage pregnancies, unwed mothers, and family income.This is the world responsible business owners must exist in, in the city of Savannah. They must employ black people from a feral community, who are virtually incapable of succeeding in our 21st Century economy without state intervention, affirmative action, diversity decrees, federal mandated quotas in contracts, or the threat of a lawsuit by Jesse Jackson for some vague notion of 'discrimination'.
White people in America are political prisoners to their own lying eyes.
If the black population were to be removed from Savannah, with it - as Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil notes - so goes virtually all crime.
Save for the high caloric meals cooks like Paula Deen would serve to the throng of tourists from across the world flocking to Savannah, knowing that every square inch of the city is now safe for traversing.