After all the evil whites have been committing against blacks for centuries, this cracked me up - especially because "liking white people" is the mental threat whites openly use for employment - which is why they don't hire many blacks. Whites attempt to wish (or demand) their long-standing historical assholishness out of our minds:
The white news reporter happily tells us Jeralean Talley was alive through three centuries, and has "seen everything," but she forgets to mention that, when the first lawnmower was patented, most blacks saw they couldn't afford one (same goes for cars and planes or plane rides) or that when the first ice cream cone was invented, Mrs. Talley saw she had to get the confection from the back entrance of white establishments in the racist environment blacks were forced to call "home."
There's no mention that many of the 20 presidents she's seen were either former slaveholders or racists - or that Mrs. Tally saw them steal her taxes to support public facilities, like the libraries and swimming pools she (and her family) couldn't use for most of her life. But the happy white reporter did find time to mention DNA and Playboy Magazine, for the simple reason they existed to be seen and, thus, were soooo much important to the true telling of an elderly black's life experience in America.
Rosa Parks is wheeled out to represent 1955, but not a single word about why Rosa Parks had to take a stand, or what Jeralean Talley saw before that date,...unless you count the creation of DNA and Playboy Magazine. The creation of McDonald's and Sesame Street are also mentioned, though I have no idea why. (The lynching of blacks, for political purposes, certainly didn't make the cut - Jeralean Talley never saw any of it, presumably.)So what's MY take on this wonderful "story" of black longevity?
Whites are about as useless, as journalists, as they are citizens,...
Even when you tell whites something, directly, they seem not to get it
I'm always asked how I can stay so down on America. It's a silly question, usually posed by whites with no clue how their racism affects blacks, plunging us into an unexpected depression we're forced to live with because,...there's no escaping white's racism. The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates (now regarded as black's point man on race) has written of his "Blue Period," and We Are Respectable Negroes' Chauncey DeVega has mentioned the "Blues Sensibility" that captures his soul, too.
I am no different - except I have fewer defenses than they do - and that, alone, can curdle into a fierce anger the others also don't possess. The fact, I have to live with people who cause hatred - but don't understand their actions - is as much justification as I need.
But if I was free American - like whites - I wouldn't need any:
Their racist behavior, without justification, tells me so,...
Whites talk to each other and think it's a racial dialogue
Jesus, how clueless can you get?
Over at Patterico's Pontifications, that dummy gives us something called “the Tale of the Slave,” before mentioning "people who are unwilling to work,..."
Shouldn't he have said something like, "the people who are aware whites are not their countrymen because - along with centuries of overt and covert racism - they forced their families to work, were free to rape and murder and steal from, so they don't want to do for whites anymore"?
That would be more honest.
There's absolutely no point in reading someone with such a huge racial, and historical, blind spot.
Which is why he has such a small black readership,...
"I started America's racism? Or I'm even the one continuing it? Riiiight,...."
Blacks are being tickled by every one of these articles on “Holder's Legacy of Racial Politics,” seeing how A) they're written by whites, implying whites are innocent and it's the AG who's been decisive, and B) blacks never see an article, written by whites, on "White's Legacy Of Racial Politics" because whites won't talk about what they do or have done. What makes it a laugh riot is knowing some idiots even believe what whites write on race.