Sunday, May 22, 2016

Seven years went under the bridge. Like time was standing still. Heaven knows what happens now...

Yesterday, I happened to be in the same city where all this was birthed.

May 22, 2009.

Seven years ago.

What started out as a joke has morphed into something else.

Entirely.

Whatever the reason you decided to read SBPDL for the first time, come back and invest more your day/night, ultimately deciding to stick around and become a reader, I thank you.

It means a lot.

You'll never understand what it means to know how this site grew from a joke into something that motivates people to do something on their on own: be it a blog, podcast, videos, or some other form of activism, you'll never quite know how big an impact you have until someone sends you a private email saying, "if it wasn't because of your site, I'd have never..."

So thank you for reading SBPDL and deciding to become one of those who can see.

So, what comes next?

Stick around.

The fun's just getting started.




101 comments:

Philadelphia Mike said...

I've said this once...and I'll say it again...and again...and again.

PK, you are my hero.

Philadelphia Mike

Proudyt said...

Thank you sir for giving us an outlet to express our frustrations. I'm assuming most of us who write aren't like the violent thugs featured on an almost daily basis,so perhaps this helps keep many of us sane. Anyway thanks again Paul,God bless you and yours.

Anonymous said...

Congratulations on the anniversary, PK. You have been a beacon to light our way through the gathering storm.

And that storm will be upon us quite soon. Although I've been in Texas almost 20 years, I still have friends and family in the Chicago area. 12 of my first 30 years were spent there, which is why I still keep up with things via heyjackass.com and secondcitycop.blogspot.com.

Kinda weird, huh? There are people up there who don't WANT to be saved. Not only do they not want to be saved, but they get super-mega pissed when you point out the danger. What can you do?

We can try to wake people up. If a few wake up in time, we can help them to safety, much like a neighbor might knock on the bedroom window to tell you the house is on fire. We can help them out the window, but we won't be able to save anyone further inside. We have to survive, in order to salvage and rebuild.

Rev. Dan,

First
United
Church of
Karma's
Inconvenient
Truth

Anonymous said...

I came here as soon as I started hearing "black lives matter". I

LuLuBelle2000 said...

PK I read you every day.

Anonymous said...

Hi PK;

Thanks for all the good work and for all the great commenters too. This is one of the few sites out of millions on the internet where truth lives. Keep up the good work, change is coming whether BRA likes it or not (they don't) and you are part of that change.

This is one of the things that is going away because it's unsustainable.

non-DWL from NE
BHO likes his EBT card

Anonymous said...

I know I've been pissy about certain things here, commenters who never walked the walk but talk a lot of shit, but thank PK for being at port arms with the truth. Forgive me for my ornery quips, and remember, I am on OUR side with you. Be aware and be prepared.
Old Guard

Brian in Ohio said...

And what is the stuff that black people don't like?...The truth. They don't like the truth.

If it weren't for SBPDL, I`d have never have killed my television.

Thank you Mr. Kersey.

Stay alert, stay alive.

Gwoobus Harmon said...

I have to thank you so much Paul Kersey for everything that you do and what you have been able to accomplish with your website, your books, your twitter, and even the sense of community that your comment section has.

Prior to my awakening, I was a run of the mill paleoconservative/libertarian type who was having major internal problems coming to terms with the inescapable nature of race and how those realities punctuate every aspect of society. I was certainly never raised to be "racist" and could not square my value system with actually becoming one myself. It was actually causing me anxiety/depression/alienation to reach these realizations on my own with no other support structure, yet I was so repulsed by what was passing for conservatism that I couldn't stop. I could not with any integrity make those arguments anymore, such as the conditions of black America being the result of "decades of Democrat leadership," etc... It was all so hollow and falsifiable.

It was during the Trayvon Martin incident that everything was bared for me, and I stumbled upon an article from this website regarding some aspect of it. I was initially horrified that there existed such a nakedly "racist" take on the incident, especially a website with such an intentionally inflammatory name. Because the title was so shocking, morbid curiosity kept me coming back to lurk, particularly the comment section. It was its own vice and guilty pleasure to read things that I was also thinking but had never actually seen/heard voiced, which in turn lowered the inhibition. For the first time in a while, I didn't feel crazy since there were clearly people noticing the same things I was and reaching the same conclusions, social taboos be damned. Like a child afraid to enter a pool, sometimes it just takes seeing other people swimming and saying the water is fine to lift your self imposed barrier to entry.

That is the reality of what your website represents - a small oasis of sanity in an otherwise insane world possessing a synergy of taboo that makes us feel isolated and abnormal.

So to answer your question - what happens next?

The alt-right will continue to fill its ranks and provide a viable alternative to what exists in the binary arrangement of the increasingly (((pure dildo))) of the left and the shameful (((cuckservatism))) of the right. I promise you that there are countless scores of people who are sick of BOTH and will choose neither if something better can be discovered. The big brains in the room and compelling arguments are on this side. The public thirst for normalcy and rationality is there, the biggest hurdle is getting them to overcome the barrier of coming to terms that they have been lied to about race for their entire lives, and rejecting that faith based structure and its Cathedral is the first step to salvation. Like the pool example, the more they see others who have overcome the taboo, they will realize that indeed the proverbial "water is fine."

As alt-right grows and the stakes become higher (i.e. the real possibility that Western Civilization ends) taboo will not be enough to prevent entry. People will step out from behind their computer screens, use their real names, and begin real world networking so that the real process of purging our system of the cancer can start.

Anonymous said...

This article says it all. Get ready...


http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-22/rapper-threatens-kill-donald-trump-if-his-mommas-food-stamps-are-taken-away

Gwoobus Harmon said...

Also, if you don't recall during the Ferguson fiasco an actual movie was banned from being shown in St. Louis due to its controversial nature. The local theater chain did not want to risk inflaming an already tense situation by airing a film about the conditions of St. Louis's post-white suburbs, while one of them was already ablaze. That film is now available on NETFLIX.

It is called "Spanish Lake" and is a documentary about section 8 vouchers and what the acceptance of them did to just one outer suburb of St. Louis. The identical thing was done to Ferguson, only difference is that Spanish Lake didn't have a white law enforcement officer defend his life from an "unarmed teen" and thusly provoke the population to torch the place. .....yet

I watched it last night and overall it is pretty fair. Half of the movie is about the history of the town and why it was developed in the first place. Spanish Lake was essentially affordable small single family homes for blue collar, low income whites escaping the black infestation of St. Louis in the post-WW2 era. To keep their taxes low, they never incorporated and as a result had no defense mechanism when the county zoned them for large apartment complexes accepting section 8.

There are interviews with those who experienced (and left) the first and second wave of black relocations to Spanish Lake. They are naturally treated as trashy, racist, rednecks. There is also a ton of archived news footage of those who initially resisted the county's policies and during old time black and white interviews - predicted disorder, breakdown, destruction, crime, ruined schools, etc... and were dismissed as nervous "fearful" whites.

The middle of the documentary is about how the realtors themselves expedited this transition as a way to sell new homes to the fleeing whites, while overcharging the black replacements settling their former homes - winning on both sides, moving blacks like rook pieces on a chess board, charging everyone at every level for the arbitrary and externally imposed disruption.

The latter part of the movie is about the dangerous, squalid, cesspit that Spanish Lake has become in the modern era. Ironically in doing so, punctuating the "white fears" expressed in the 60's and 70's with an exclamation point. The viewer is left to conclude that the thing which made the original inhabitants of Spanish Lake so evil is that time ultimately proved them correct, so now these current conditions are THEIR fault for leaving instead of harmoniously co-existing with blacks.

This is serious food for thought considering the soon to roll out AFFH act, which 16 "conservative Republican" senators just actively fought to prevent the defunding of.

How "conservative" - just take the laboratory successes of the Spanish Lake and Ferguson experiments and apply them nationwide.... Thanks republicans! Maybe National Review and Glenn Beck can tell me how these are "our core values."

Worth the watch SBPDL'ers

Anonymous said...

Attention American Negroes! Listen up y'all!!

Today be da day!! Baltimore niggaz gonna show Whitey he ain't shit, and convict that cracka ass cop pig of killing da black man Freddy Gray.

If yo hear today that white nigga was not sent to jail, you's gots ta represent, gnomesayin?! You gotta put Baltimore on tilt. And if you ain't in da hood where we iz at, then you gotta get in da streets and put dem honkey's on tilt.

"If you hear da word 'Acquit',
Dat means you's gots to burn shit."

Word, yo.

Anonymous said...

President Trump. Please do what it takes to have written into law that reparations to the Negro are utterly forbidden and will never happen.

Shut that idiotic conversation down. Tell the NY Times to go f*ck themselves.

Anonymous said...

Congrats! Great job!

Anonymous said...

Hey PK, for those of us who weren't here 7 years ago, what was the original joke?
Was it just going to be a list of common items/things blacks don't like for some odd reason?
Things like a job, marriage, discipline, etc. etc.?
Thanks in advance,

J.J.

Mike Miller said...

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Happy to say I was there at the beginning.


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Anonymous said...

PK, congrats. You da Man!!

Leaders emerge when they are needed...

You are needed.

ps. highs of 78 today in Baltimore could help with a Chimpout after the not guilty verdict. Lets hope we have a good season opener.

NY Girl said...

I came here following a link some poster on Weasel Zippers left. I still watch the clip occasionally. SBPDL's accompanying article was "What Depo Provera Would Have Prevented " and the video was of 2 sheboons in a ghetto Atlanta mall doing what they do best--chimping out, and teaching their children to do the same.

Like Gwoobus, I was never raised to be racist, and I was initially horrified by some of the comments. But I kept reading, because the stories mirrored what I had experienced first-hand, but chose to chalk up to cultural differences. I've been here ever since.

Thank you, PK, for all the work you do, and to my fellow posters, who are some of the brightest and wittiest out there. I look forward to reading this site every day!

NY Girl said...

Absolutely right, conditions are ripe for a perfect storm. And every time another window is broken, Trump gets another voter.

Anonymous said...

"So, what comes next?

Stick around.

The fun's just getting started."

Maybe SBPDL could sponsor an inner city basketball team?

Butterscotch said...

The orcs and their handlers are at the gates, ready to slaughter YT and take his juju for the last time.

But lately, YT has been arming himself, educating himself, and recruiting to his cause.

The storm is coming, and only realists will ride out the storm. Everyone else will sink.

Anonymous said...

Thank you all and bless you all...

There's a huge difference between knowing the path and walking the path...

PK, you and everyone here have made both of these easier/faster/better/etc for lots of us!

As usual what comes next is anybodies guess, but from where we are now we can all be sure it'll be a crazy adventure!

Anonymous said...

Read the news negroes? The White cop who brutally murdered your homey Freddy Gray because he was black, and because the cop is part of the KKK and a Trump supporter, the White man's court just said he is innocent. Get it? The White cop will walk free while hero Freddy is dead.

That is not Justice. No it aint.

So, time for a ghetto clearance sale...???

Anonymous said...

PK, you are my home page.

Or should I say .... Homey page...?

Anonymous said...

Storm clouds gathering in Baltimore now, officer Nero can fiddle while it burns.

Rev. Bacon was running the pool on first riots of the season, it looks like those who chose Baltimore might be winners, stay tuned.

Anonymous said...

Officer Nero found not guilty in Baltimore. I wonder if they will burn down the town again.
Great site PK, first thing I log onto in the morning.

Anonymous said...

OT, but sounding the alarm . . .

Weekend stats are posted at heyjackass.com.
Chicago posted their 1000th shooting incident on April 20th. They were at 1399 as of midnight, and proceed to rack up an additional 5 shootings before sunrise. Memorial Day Weekend is gonna be bad.

Anonymous said...

Zimmerman.... not guilty.

Darren Wilson.... not guilty.

Officer Nero.... not guilty.


Seeing a pattern? Uppity n*ggers in the goverment trying to kill Whitey. Time to do something folks. They will keep trying to destroy you....


Anonymous said...

PK - nice work and congrats on all your accomplishments brother! You have inspired me to take a HUGE financial risk and create a new technology company that serves the law enforcement industry in the body worn camera space. Despite all the facts, somehow - I believe that the good ole USA is still redeemable and high IQ white folks will make some difficult decisions to take back our country from the idiots that currently hold the keys. Long live the Kersey family, Colin Flaherty, Jazz McFeels, Marcus Halberstram, the late great Marlin Newberg, Stefan Molyneux, Donald J. Trump & the United States of America!

Anonymous said...

Thank you for this site. I was raised to be non-racist, but I've seen too much with my own eyes.

The New York Times has an article today about mass shootings and they actually mention that most shooters are black!

http://www.nytimes.com/2016/05/23/us/americas-overlooked-gun-violence.html?hp&action=click&pgtype=Homepage&clickSource=story-heading&module=photo-spot-region&region=top-news&WT.nav=top-news

(They also mention that black mothers are in denial and de homeys can't aim!)

Wonders never cease.

Atlanta Admirer said...


I read this everyday. Thank you, PK and all commenters for your insights and contributions.

Anonymous said...

Yesterday was such a nice day here in Michigan that I decided to break out the old 21 speed cannondale trail bomber and go for a ride around the subdivision. I got as far as the end of the driveway and was overcome with a fear like I have never experienced before. I just sat there half perched on that god damned uncomfortable bike seat with my left foot just touching the driveway apron. I could go no further. I just sat there, in the state of a full blown panic attack. I could not bring myself to set tire upon the remorseless killer that lay before me; the SKREET! I slowly got off my bike and walked it, sheepishly, back into the garage. I refuse to be a victim!

North of Detroit

P.s. I have been a reader off and on since you started. Thank you for all that you do. If it not for this site and its many rational, intelligent contributors, I fear that I surly would have lost my mind by now.

Anonymous said...

You are doing important work. Telling the truth no matter how distasteful is a public service. I ran multiple blogs for years attacking the creeping feminism in Christian churches and lots of priests and pastors thanked me. You are saving lives by keeping people aware. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Only blacks need "Violence Interrupters"

http://www.cleveland.com/metro/index.ssf/2016/05/the_compelling_and_personal_st.html

ha ha ha black people are nuts.

Anonymous said...

In all major cities, black youth will get preference in hiring. Rewarded for acting like savages.

http://www.bizjournals.com/baltimore/news/2016/05/17/gbc-pushes-job-opportunities-for-youth-ex.html


This is FEDERAL money. Employers don't pay their wage, the taxpayer does. No matter where you live, if you work and pay taxes, you are funding this.

make it rain TRUTH said...

Anonymous said...

Hey PK, for those of us who weren't here 7 years ago, what was the original joke?
Was it just going to be a list of common items/things blacks don't like for some odd reason?
Things like a job, marriage, discipline, etc. etc.?
Thanks in advance,

J.J.

May 23, 2016 at 5:22 AM


There's a site called "SWPL" or "Stuff White People Like". A real hipster, stupid fuzzy first-world type site. SBPDL was a riff mocking it. Then it took on a life of it's own.. as tends to happen with the truth. St. Augustine said "The truth is like a lion; you don’t have to defend it. Let it loose; it will defend itself."

My story is like many of the other readers here. I was always taught that "racism" is wrong and Paintjob Theory© was our mantra. Yet just like the other readers... I could never quite put my finger on the uneasiness I felt when reality was clashing with the tripe I was being fed about "racism". The nagging feeling that something isn't right. When you see actual racism exhibited by blacks, actual stereotypical activities by blacks, actual high crime rates and violence by blacks, etc etc. It is hard to reconcile with the liberal baloney of Paintjob Theory© and beyond.

Seeing and hearing others talk about bad black behaviors and culture and not instinctively recoiling in horror--- but instead listening? You start to see that most of these people are not unthinking racists filled with hate. Their arguments aren't emotional, unreasoned diatribes based on blind ignorance and hate. There are facts in there. Truth in there. As the scales fall from your eyes you begin to realize that nagging feeling you had in your heart was due to the incongruous nature of liberal lies not matching hard reality.

And a "racist" is born.

Anonymous said...

What Obama has done for "black youth" using your money.

http://www.complex.com/life/2016/05/obama-impact-black-youth

Anonymous said...

PK, I will be here as long as "streets go wrong," "shots ring out" and "dindu nuffinz" is the battlecry of black America.

Californian said...

And what is the stuff that black people don't like?...The truth. They don't like the truth.


Exactly!

Anonymous said...

A simple thank you PK. Nothing more needs to be said.

Anonymous said...

310

off topic
I was looking up info on 'train attack'--here was re enactment via animation---

BUT THE ATTACKED IS PICTURED AS BLACK. SHE REALLY IS WHITE.
The attacker is an 'obama son' mixed race.

here

https://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylc=X3oDMTFiN25laTRvBF9TAzIwMjM1MzgwNzUEaXRjAzEEc2VjA3NyY2hfcWEEc2xrA3NyY2h3ZWI-?p=girl+attacked+on+chicago+train&fr=yfp-t&fp=1&toggle=1&cop=mss&ei=UTF-8

Anonymous said...

Because of this site and others like it I decided to move away from my city to a rural area that has no black people. I will be moving in just over a month and am looking forward to getting away from the blacks here in the city.

On my scouting trips to my new area the absence of blacks was very refreshing. The people are very polite and just seem happy. I'm certain that not having to endure the never ending antics and violence accompanied with negros is a very big reason.

Anonymous said...

http://www.baltimoresun.com/news/maryland/freddie-gray/bs-md-ci-nero-verdict-20160521-story.html

Praise Bob!

NemoMeImpuneLacessit said...

Thank you, Mr Kersey, thank you. I don't know how you manage to keep on keeping on because when I read articles about TNB I can feel my blood pressure rising.

Like others above have said, I was not raised to be anti-black. I have ancestors who were Union volunteer infantry (lied about their ages and enlisted when one was 14 and the other 16); I was in high school during the civil rights era of the 60's and thought of it as something that was uniquely American: good, decent, honorable and worth the effort. However, my exposure to blacks was next to nil until I was in the Army and then my awareness grew slowly (exponentially, maybe?).

I feel that I have been abused, lied to and take advantage of by my own country's government. That lesson that I've learned is that decency, kindness and compassion are wasted on those who wouldn't show the same to you if the positions were reversed.

Two years ago I moved to an area that is practically groid-free. The goodness and decency of the people here still amazes me ... and it worries me also because these good people have no idea of what is headed their way and they are likely to innocently welcome it. Whenever I have the opportunity, I gently try to help them see the light.

Thank you again, Sir.

Anonymous said...

I came to this website by watching new insight on Youtube, it's a Russian podcast. The commentator was talking about the book Erectus Walks Amongst US. I read the book and I read the comments as well. There were a post about the website n'ggermania.com and someone post about PK's blog on that site. That was a few months ago and I have been reading the comments ever since. I start reading the comments here, I found many people here offer intelligent critiques of us blacks and some are quite funny.

When I came to this country, I was told to stay away from Black Americans, because they always cause troubles. I have been here since 1972, and I have gotten to know many blacks and I do have an affinity with them because I am at least 12% black. Many see me as an Arab, but I tell them I am an African. Americans are ignorant when it comes to geography. When I tell them I am from Morocco, they ask is it in the Middle East.

Thank you PK for this site!

Willie from Naperville

Mike in VA said...

I can't imagine how work you put into showing us the truth.
Thank you so much. My eyes are open wide.

Anonymous said...

"So thank you for reading SBPDL and deciding to become one of those who can see. "

Thanks to you, PK, for providing this forum. I've been defending pro-white causes for a long time now, and doing so on the internet since the late 90s. You've got one of the better sites around; it might not even be too much to say it's the best. Especially, the lively and informative comments to your articles are what keep me coming back. You're doing a valuable service in allowing all points of view, and seem to be that rarity, an honest man with an open mind. Keep up the good work!

Steve Smith said...

First and foremost, thank you for this oasis of sanity. It has helped me keep my grip during some tough times.

This next bit is very important to me.

I'm sorry to go O/T, but on the previous thread, I was making a comment about the mayor of Savannah saying that blacks couldn't 'be all that they could be'.

I quoted what was said as the opening of my post. I guess I missed the opening quotation mark. Because of this, a fellow poster mistook me for black( thinking I was referring to myself, perhaps?).

I tried to reply to that poster and explain myself, but the post didn't get through. Please, for the record, I am WHITE. I am not BLACK. I apologize for the typo, but need to set the record straight.

This is so emotional for me because I do not wish to be mistaken as anything other than good ole' white Scots-Irish.

To any lurking blacks who my be offended by that last sentence: oh well. Get over it.

Max said...

Thank you so much for for all the great articles that you bring to this site. I especially like all of the truthful,intelligent and sometimes damn funny comments that your articles bring forth.

Anonymous said...

I found this site while looking up statistics on welfare. Funny. Thank you for letting me vent my disgust numerous times. So grateful for your work.

Anonymous said...

No effort to conceal the agenda:

MSNBC is covering "reaction" to the Nero acquittal . . . but is running footage of the 2015 riots in the background. They wouldn't be trying to deliberately stir the pot, would they? Those unimpeachable bastions of journalistic integrity and defenders of Truth, Justice and the American Way?

Bueller? Anyone?

ruckus said...

Thank you so much PK! Ive been lurking here over a year now and my eyes have been opened! I cant thank you enough for providing a forum for truthseekers like myself. Thank you so much for all that you do. And thank you commentors, you all have thoughtful and hilarious insight!

Cheers to 7 years!

rex freeway said...

A friend mentioned this sight to me right after it started. And ive rarely missed a day since.

Anonymous said...

A friend told me about this site about 5 years ago. I am in the middle of breaking my "computer habit" and only visit a small number of sites. This of course is one of them.

THANK YOU PAUL......Ex New Yorker.

Anonymous said...

I've been visiting since January '10 and posting since roughly '12. I would post more however I visit exclusively via mobile so it's a pain to compose lengthy comments.

This is without question the best site on the web.

Thank you PK and fellow readers. I need this page to cope with the insanity that is life with the groids.

-JSF- in Minneapolis

Oil 'n Water said...

PK
This is my go to site at least twice daily. I cannot thank you enough.
It is the nature of white people to be slow to condemn, and to have sufficient facts before them in order to take a measured position.
Even now, after decades of seeing the reality of these destructive people, part of me still dislikes the fact that I feel so negatively towards them. We have a natural tendency to want to accept and be accepted.
A poster stated recently that he would love to be able to feel differently about blacks and their nature. That he would like nothing better than to live in harmony with everyone. And so would most of us here, as well.
But harmony has not, is not, and never will be attainable with this group, no matter what supportive initiatives are taken. Reality is reality.
The sign boards titled Tolerance, Patience, Hope, and Charity were passed miles ago. They do not cure the problem nor serve as deterrents to protect our families and our people.
The solution does not lie in pacification, but in firm, resolved action.

Anonymous said...

P.K. Thanked you in a previous post, but I want to also thank all of the commenters. You guys have made many an evening interesting and fun. Some very insightful and comical comments. Gives a perspective on what the country looks like to people who actually pay attention.

Anonymous said...

I like this site and the commenters so much, that if everyone on this site got together to form their own town, I would move there immediately. It would be the nicest, safest, productive, and cleanest town in America. We know why too.

Proudyt said...

So a black convicted murderer is to be retried because an all white jury convicted him ? Guess O.J. is in for another trial too then right ?

CENTURION said...

A few of you may remember my comments about surviving Depression.

The last month or so has been brutal.

Contrary to "popular belief", this blog site "keeps me hanging on" (old song, for you old timers)

This is my #1 site. I go to here (tech speak) first. This site actually gives me peace and serenity since I know, deep down inside, I am not crazy. No, it does not add to my Depression (for those who know, Depression occurs on its own), but rather it comforts me in the knowledge that I SEE and KNOW what is really going on.

Someday, all of us will meet. Someday, perhaps, we will be standing shoulder to shoulder defending our White Children and the White Women who have dignity, class, love and a healthy love of their "community" as we confront the curse of the World and the true evil.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vtKKJSfYraU

Anonymous said...

Wonderful idea and I too would immediately move to said town.
I would like to propose a name for the new town...'Humanville".

Pk for mayor?......

-JSF- in Minneapolis

Anonymous said...

Oil 'n Water said- "But harmony has not, is not, and never will be attainable with this group, no matter what supportive initiatives are taken. Reality is reality.
The sign boards titled Tolerance, Patience, Hope, and Charity were passed miles ago. They do not cure the problem nor serve as deterrents to protect our families and our people.
The solution does not lie in pacification, but in firm, resolved action".
This is why this forum is the best on the Internet. Unvarnished truth. Brutal reality checks. No sugar coating and pandering. Hard to get this elsewhere.

Also, just wanted to report on yesterdays airing of "Meet the press". http://www.nbc.com/meet-the-press/video/meet-the-press-may-22-2016/3038951 . The show was mostly about Trump and Clinton. It had 2 white men- Alex Castellano - who is a political advisor- and Robert Draper of the New York Times. It also had 2 black women- Joy-Ann Reid, a national correspondent with MSNBC, and Helene Cooper, who also writes for the New York Times. You can guess how the 2 black women feel about Trump-textbook knee jerk reactions. The show is worth watching as it highlights the 2 womens inflammatory comments, such as Ms. Reid saying that "there is a nostalgia that a certain kind of white voter has for a bygone era", and other such nonsense. And this is what is taken for intelligent discourse these days. But check out what happens when Mr. Drapers interview with Trump is aired- at least this segment of it-
Robert Draper- " I asked Trump if he had ever been to Iraq". "Never" Trump said-sounding horrified by the thought. Draper-"What's the most dangerous place in the world you've been to?" Trump contemplated this for a second. "Brooklyn, he said, laughing", and then, "No", he (Trump) went on, "there are places in America that are among the most dangerous in the world. You go to places like Oakland or Ferguson. The crime numbers are worse. Seriously".
Trump is definitely a realist. Bravo.
Of course, all 5 journalists, being bold and brave seekers of the truth, immediately sought out statistics and reports to verify that the crime statistics were in fact truth. NOT!! Of Course they did not. The 2 black women took offense, stating that this was a bullhorn from Trump to black people, and that black people will "respond". Not one person blinked an eye or asked about this "response".
The media is not looking for the truth. They are looking for ratings and to push an agenda.
Last week was political week on Jeopardy, with mostly journalists, political show hosts, etc., as contestants. They did poorly, with entire categories left on the board. Then I remembered that a lot of these people don't think for themselves-of course they did poorly. And these are the people that "inform" (indoctrinate) the public- and tell the low thinking ones HOW to think.
Thanks, P.K., and to all of the writers in this forum- I think some of the best writers and thinkers are here- and NOT in the mainstream media. For that, I am forever grateful.
L in Atl hell

Anonymous said...

Centurion, I enjoy your comments and I do hope that one day all of us on this forum can meet. Hang in there. Thanks for your posts. Don't let the bastards wear you down.
L in Atl hell

Anonymous said...

P.S. Sorry for so many comments, but Joy-Ann Reid claims in the next to last segment of the Meet the Press episode (May 22 2016)- that "In an electorate that is going to be 30% people of color"....
Will someone that is better at research and statistics than me please research this?? How is that possible when there is supposedly 14% people of color in America?? And not one person on the show challenges this statement.
L in Atl hell

Anonymous said...

CENTURION -

Glad to see you coming back around. I have had my struggles with depression as well, and you are right about how it needs no invitation to show up and respects no requests to leave. It can be almost like a force unto itself, like the weather.

This site has helped me as well. Seeing things with your own eyes and trying to square that against the endlessly circular logic of the SJW crowd really can be enough to cause you to doubt your own mental capacity. But Dr. Paul has performed
the RASIK procedure, and we now see the world as it IS, and more importantly, how it COULD be, instead of being blinded by the liberal screeching of how it should be.

I bought into the bullshit once upon a time. The endless excuses, rationalizations and justifications for the piss-poor performance of the professionally downtrodden. I even used to be a bit of a sports zombie, (MLB) but the strike of '94 cured me of that. But I still use baseball analogies sometimes. Equal Opportunity was never a valid solution. The grievance brigade wants equal results, regardless of effort.
They want to have a Game 3, 1977 World Series Reggie Jackson Grand Slam moment, but they don't want to show up for spring training, don't want to do the workouts, don't want to go to batting practice or even dress for the game. They just want a softball pitch lobbed right to them. But I bought the line about Equal Opportunity being about people getting a chance at bat.

Anonymous said...

tarczan here.

PK, great site , we all thank you. i does let us know we are not crazy because of the way we see the world and race.
As another poster said, all we have been told about race is lies. Great line.

Gwoobus- I watched Spanish Lake. Ok but still the same propaganda. The problems are broken families, not enough gubmint money. Nowhere do they say that the blacks themselves are the problem. Really it was just a liberal take on the problem.

Centurion- One of the things I've learned is that if today you are feeling bad, tomorrow you will most likely feel better.

Eddie in St. Louis said...

"It is called "Spanish Lake" and is a documentary about section 8 vouchers and what the acceptance of them did to just one outer suburb of St. Louis."

The only people in this film who had anything good to say about Spanish Lake in it's present form were two YKW's who bought up several Apartment Complexes. They were ridin' fat on all the Section Ape Shekels paid for by Uncle Cracker. Up there it's Cradle to Grave nonstop EBT, Section Ape, TANF, WIC, Disability etc. etc. Nomesayin?

Fatigued in Minneapolis said...

check out this humdinger sports fans; I'll give you three guesses as to what the victim's first mistake was (and the first two don't count); as for the Dindu, quite possibly aspiring rapper turning life around etc.. you know the deal. The hits just keep coming don't they..

http://www.twincities.com/2016/05/23/snelling-avenue-gas-station-assault/

Anonymous said...

It would be such a great town that we would have to name it the opposite to keep unwanted people from moving there, like the vikings did with Greenland/Iceland. It would also have to have higher taxes/barter system so that no federal tax dollars are needed, which means we wouldn't be forced to bend knee to AFFH/Section 8.

Anonymous said...

Too funny! I sent this exact story to PK earlier. We live in the same area,no reason we shouldn't try to meet up for coffee or a cocktail. Pk has my email address via story submission,if your interested ask him for it.

-JSF- in Minneapolis

Anonymous said...

Michigan Mike said....

Today the different species of humans are called races when in fact they are different species or at least different subspecies

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Pat Boyle said...
Mich Mike no one cares about your personal taxonomic definitions. Sorry.

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Actually, I care, Mike.

Science and scientific theories are very fluid. What is considered the norm in one era can be disregarded and obsolete in the next era.

And that holds true for theories regarding evolution...and the categorization species and subspecies of all living things on this planet.

With the fast forward advancement of the understanding of genetics, our terms, classifications, and definitions are already dramatically changing.

Sorry, Pat Boyle, but I have to disagree with you. I care...and am open to many opinions...conjectures...and theories.

Philadelphia Mike

Anonymous said...

Black Privilege

Anonymous said...

I'm aware of black privilege. Black privilege is a condition where laws do not apply to you, you are not judged by school performance and grades, your work experience doesn't matter, your criminal history does not matter, your behavior cannot be judged, how you dress, groom or speak cannot be judged. Your sobriety is never considered, you don't need to earn money to eat or pay for a roof above your head. Your health costs have no relation to any behavior you engage in and are paid for you in any case. Despite being a predator, you are judged a victim. There is no expectation that you raise children you produce. You are celebrated by society for the simplest tasks, maybe graduating from high school or not killing another human being for 60 days.

This is the world we live in. You tired of it?


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I save some of the comments here at SBPDL to use as references.

As many of you know, I am vocal...I am OUT as a race realist....I am self assured....and most of all, very proud of our White achievements.

So, when I see a comment here that will be helpful to me as a reference source...or which is supportive of an argument or point which I am trying to convey....I save it.

Who...is the proud owner of the above comment? It's great!

Philadelphia Mike


Janie in Detroit said...

Rock on PK, rock on. Love this site and all you commentators, your absolutely fabulous! I too wish we could meet sometime, what a joy it did be to talk openly with like minded people!

AnalogMan said...

Anonymous said...

Because of this site and others like it I decided to move away from my city to a rural area that has no black people. I will be moving in just over a month and am looking forward to getting away from the blacks here in the city.

On my scouting trips to my new area the absence of blacks was very refreshing. The people are very polite and just seem happy. I'm certain that not having to endure the never ending antics and violence accompanied with negros is a very big reason.


You're going to have to be very careful. My mother used to quote an Afrikaans saying to the effect that "what fills the heart, runs over at the mouth." Keep your mouth closed. The very reason for their happiness is the cause of their ignorance, and why they will "send you to Coventry" (shun you) if you come right out and tell them why you love your new home.

I'm from South Africa. Even around my own family, I have to bite my tongue. I don't do that very well (see old Afrikaans proverb), so I have a reputation as a crazy old monomaniac. Fortunately, that doesn't bother me. In a small town, it could make you very lonely.

AnalogMan said...

Anonymous said...

Hey PK, for those of us who weren't here 7 years ago, what was the original joke?

For your edification and entertainment, SBPDL: Year One is available from Amazon.

Collecting the first year of material from the Web site Stuff Black People Don't Like (www.SBPDL.com), this book will serve to educate a wider audience on the many things that Black people don't like. Discussing such issues as the Paper Bag Test, Tipping, the Local Nightly News and Being Quiet During Movies, SBPDL: Year One will help educate the reader on the many peculiarities that are prevalent in the Black community. You will learn about Disingenuous White Liberals, Crusading White Pedagogues and what Black Run America (BRA) means. The book will help educate the reader on Stuff Black People Don't Like by discussing topics taboo in most circles in an honest and clear manner.

Janie in Detroit said...

CENTURION, I don't know what depression is like, nor do I know anyone who suffers from it, so I have no words of comfort or wisdom to offer. Just know I've thought of you often and wish you well.

Anonymous said...

The ex head of the RNC, Michael Steele, answered three questions. One answer was the Steelers. The sheboon, known for wearing tampon earrings, was mortified when the white guy did not know Julian Bond was president of the naacp. I thought a Cat 5 chimpout was going to happen.

10mm AUTO said...

Proud to be one of the Old Ones. Paul has really grown and improved in these years; his writing style and his concentration.

More impressive is that he sensed a trend and began to open people eyes to the ridiculousness, the waste, the fraud, the evil that is the negro.

Well done Sir. Bravo!

Anonymous said...

Centurion, let me just say that it's a miracle I'm here on this site. It was a very, very bad situation and I wanted to end it and tried to, not once, but twice.
Today, I am the happiest I have EVER been in my entire life.

CENTURION said...

Janie:

Thank you. You comment means more than you can imagine. Thank you.

Janie, when or if you come across somebody with this affliction, all you have to do is be kind. Gentle. You need not talk much or do anything. Perhaps hug them gently and let them rest till the episode leaves.

Thank you. For some odd reason, this "episode" is not going away and I've been at least a month with this. Though we have never met, your simple thought has been very appreciated. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

I live in a 98%-99%white area in a beautiful area with few mosquitos, bugs and about four snows a year. Lower humidity, conservative, friendly, kind people. Pop. about 13,000. I usually try to keep where I live a secret because I don't want liberals moving here, but I would be willing to share with a SBPDL fan. I moved from Southeast Texas and miss my friends, but wouldn't go back for anything. We have a beautiful place on 2 acres that we only paid $185,000 for. You can breathe.

Steve Smith said...

My thoughts are with you. Just wanted you to know.

Anonymous said...

Thanks again Paul, this site has been the anchor and guide for my rediscovered racial-realism. When I asked questions that no one else wanted to address, I found the answers here from both you and your dedicated readers. Been here years now, checking more than once a day on average. It's refreshing to find a spot that has survived the echo-chamber where we can go to for assurance that we haven't gone mad.

SBPDL is a common first link to come up when searching for anything related to black misbehavior and it really is impressive when you realize how much work Paul has put out there!

I would actually challenge you to do a web search on black pathology and NOT find a ready link to this blog. Great job Paul, you're an inspiration! Keep us informed.

Mr. Rational said...

More impressive is that he sensed a trend and began to open people eyes

I think PK is our own Donald Trump, who said the right thing and found himself being borne forward by a wave of support.  This is an idea whose time has come, and it is unstoppable.  A lot of other race-realist bloggers have been hounded off the internet.  OneSTDV is gone.  Mindweapon is gone (and replaced by what's probably a psyops operation).  PK is still with us, but if they got him as well someone else would crop up instead.

I am Spartacus, and so can you.  (But I still haven't seen my books.)

Anonymous said...

That was before my time, and the blogspot search engine isn't working for me. Could you give the link, please? That sounds like a video worth rolling my eyes at.

Anonymous said...

town--- Pop. about 13,000.

what county and state?

DoubleTap in Florida said...

No,...thank you Paul for having a blog like this to enlighten many and help the "blind" to see.

Anonymous said...

Basically my story also....

AnalogMan said...

Will someone that is better at research and statistics than me please research this?? How is that possible when there is supposedly 14% people of color in America?? And not one person on the show challenges this statement.
L in Atl hell


No, that's 14% black. 30% POC (pieces of crap) includes Mexicans, Indians etc.

Anonymous said...

Hey, does anyone watch "Paternity Court?" Hilarity ensues.

Anonymous said...

Watching the 1997 movie George Wallace on television. The good days. I never understood about Blacks, until Ferguson.

I never knew a movie was made about Wallace. It was interesting. Better than the other crap on television.

Anonymous said...

And again, n*ggers too stupid and lazy to even riot in Baltimore after YT cop gets off. Couldn't find an open CVS in da hood, orcs?

GOD you things are revolting and useless!

SKIP said...

"P.S. Sorry for so many comments, but Joy-Ann Reid claims in the next to last segment of the Meet the Press episode (May 22 2016)- that "In an electorate that is going to be 30% people of color"

I travel a LOT on my motorcycle, to include all of our big cities, and I believe the POC voting block is more like 50+% and increasing every, EVERY day! All of our cities, not just the big ones, are infested with blacks, ILLEGAL ALIENS and fuckin muslims! We Whites are being bred out, legislated out and forced out! Ever had to go to a US government office? nothin but nappy headed incompetents that hate Whites and are in positions to really act on their hatred.

Anonymous said...

Thank you PK!! You are much needed in today's crazy world. And Centurion, tho we have never met and probably never will please know that, "this too shall pass". I hope you get through your depression, please fight it, we NEED you.
Hailing from Mid-GA. Thanks again PK!!!

Long Island Guido said...

If it wasnt for this site id still be a brainwashed dolt like the %80 of the population. I can now SEE! Although its painful and horrifying its better to know the TRUTH.

THANKS P.K.!

Long Island Guido said...

Oh and PK is and will always be the Twitter KING!

Gwoobus Harmon said...

tarczan:

- I watched Spanish Lake. Ok but still the same propaganda. The problems are broken families, not enough gubmint money. Nowhere do they say that the blacks themselves are the problem. Really it was just a liberal take on the problem.


I did not mean to insinuate that the film was in any way a "realist" take on the situation. As far as I know though, it is the only documentary I have ever seen that chronicles the effect of importing wide swathes of section 8 into a functioning city. That alone makes it somewhat valuable, since that is a taboo topic.

Sure the filmmakers had to stress certain conclusions, but anyone with any sense can ascertain that those proposed paint job theories are bullshit.

The main thing I walked away with is that the hard scrabble types had genuinely nostalgic memories of the place. The filmmaker himself made the film out of a sense of what was lost. It must have been a pretty awesome place to live at one point with the parks, rivers, lakes, and tight knit neighborhoods of families growing up together in innocence and bliss.

The important thing is that the exact same blueprint was used in Ferguson. Most people, especially DWLs, have no idea that Ferguson was a functional white city less than two decades ago. They just assume that it has always been black. It wasn't until these policies created that reality, seemingly overnight, sacrificing the white population with generational roots there.

Populations are simply not interchangeable.

Gwoobus Harmon said...

Eddie in St. Louis

The only people in this film who had anything good to say about Spanish Lake in it's present form were two YKW's who bought up several Apartment Complexes. They were ridin' fat on all the Section Ape Shekels paid for by Uncle Cracker. Up there it's Cradle to Grave nonstop EBT, Section Ape, TANF, WIC, Disability etc. etc. Nomesayin?


That was one of the good points of the film - there exist people who benefit tremendously from these kinds of arrangements. Sure, it is easy to recognize an obese sow swiping an EBT card ... but how many people think about the internal economies built upon the nationwide subsidy of the undertow? It has to be in the hundreds of billions.

... merchant fees at each swipe? --- big banks
... sales of cheap carb laden snacks? ---- big agriculture
... the stores who accept EBT? --- Arabs getting preferential minority business loans and who falsify cash sales
... slumlords accepting section 8? ---- YKWs

It goes on and on.

Every single one of those white people in Spanish Lake who were displaced were sold a home elsewhere, by the very same realtors who filled their neighborhoods with blacks. It creates a constant demand for new home construction (and new loans) to move blacks around once homeowners are in the back stretch of their mortgages. Which is why areas of town are targeted for evacuation every 15-20 years and coincides with new shopping centers and homes being made available near enough by. This is the model and pattern used across the country, particularly aging areas of town.

There is no money to be made by people remaining in paid off homes in stable neighborhoods, accruing generational wealth. They must keep them moving - and they use black relocation as the catalyst.

Anonymous said...

Analog Man said- "No, that's 14% black. 30% POC (pieces of crap) includes Mexicans, Indians etc.".
How can this black woman on Meet the Press speak for Mexicans, Indians, etc.? ? It's bad enough that she thinks that she speaks for ALL blacks. And how is it that she kept saying "White voters this" and "white voters that" and the 3 white men did not speak up and say, "Well, golly, Ms. Reid, but is sounds a little like YOU are a racist when you keep saying that". But NOONE speaks up and challenges her.
And Skip, you are absolutely right about blacks in government positions that love to F*&k over white people waiting in line. I could write books. Thanks heavens that you can do a lot of business online now, without having to interact at all with them.
L in Atl

Bill in St Louis said...

Semi-off topic but worth a laugh:
http://www.nbcmiami.com/news/local/7-Students-Arrested-for-Disorderly-Conduct-at-Piper-High-School-380704241.html?_osource=SocialFlowFB_MIBrand

This quote is perfect English, (probably translated from "ook ook eek") but makes NO sense at all: "It's really disrespectful and rude. We don't deserve this. I wish we could know better and stop the foolishness before the school year ends," one student said."

Anonymous said...

Rebel here.

I've not commented as much over the past year or so, and I wish I could say why. But I will say that many here have read my work elsewhere.

Didn't want to pass up the chance to thank Paul for this site. There is a transformation taking place in America and SBPDL is at the forefront of it. "Thank You".

I also want to thank the commenters for the thoughtful dialog and shared experiences. It's amazing how we are all seeing the same things, even though we are in all different parts of America and the world. Africans are the same no matter where they are. The excuses for why they're not responsible for their own behavior are the only things that are different.

-Rebel