SBPDL decided to start a Facebook account, so that we could better serve the growing community of readers we have attracted.
After only two weeks on Facebook, we had nearly 500 friends. However, this all came to a crashing end today, as for some reason the account was disabled.
Obviously, we are upsetting people with SBPDL, or else this would not have happened.
Stuff Black People Don't Like includes free speech and more importantly their strong allies in disingenuous white liberals work diligently to extirpate any discussion of Black people for fear that HATE FACTS will be brought into the equation.
And once Hate Facts and Black people are brought into the equation, the situation reaches critical mass.
This website was created as a joke, obviously owing much to the impressive work Stuff White People Like (which is a very seditious website itself, which few people recognize).
We are working to educate the world on Stuff Black People Don't Like, and have been overwhelmed with the response and the site continues to grow in popularity (or in complete disgust) daily.
However, our reach has been stymied by Facebook, a once inspiring social networking site that seems to only attract white people to its membership, but now works to openly discriminate against ideas it deems insidious.
Chris Hughes, is a supporter of Mein Obama, the General Zod of the intolerance, and one of Facebook's co-founders.
Fast Company, a progressive, left-wing magazine that chronicles business, ran a glowing article of this individual, who also spearheaded the Obama online campaign:
One thing is now obvious: the co-creator of Facebook and an ardent supporter of Mein Obama has ensured that free speech regarding his president is not allowed and no discussion that isn't obsequious is allowed on Facebook.
"Chris Hughes is having a philosophical moment. "I don't really know what 'community' means. And I never use that word."We are in Washington, D.C., just three days before his most recent boss, Barack Obama, will take office. It is so bone-jarringly cold that even nestled over coffee inside a Starbucks, we can see our breath. I resist the urge to pat his nearly whiskerless cheek, or reach over to tighten his jacket against the frigid air. Such a baby face. But at the age of 25, Hughes has helped create two of the most successful startups in modern history, Facebook and the campaign apparatus that got Barack Obama elected."
Instead, all that is allowed on Facebook is stuff like this: people praying to Obama.
Free speech is a causality in the new world we live in. Facebook won't allow it, and soon, no online institution will.
Stuff Black People Don't Like has touched a nerve, and it won't stop anytime soon. The world needs to know the truth, and SBPDL will be there to help lead you down the rabbit hole. How far are you willing to go?