Monday, December 27, 2010

Mein Obama vouches for Mein Vick

Heroes for a different country.
Black people are fiercely loyal. The whole world is collapsing on Mein Obama and yet Black people still approve of his performance (as do Disingenuous White Liberals) though he has yet to do anything to improve the lot of the majority of his most ardent supporters.

Michael Vick is a name that needs no introduction here. In a sane society an individual that mistreats animals with the cruelty of Mr. Vick would have been politely shunned or sent with a one-way ticket to a psychiatric ward. Abusing defenseless animals is a sign of an individual harboring psychological issues that require the attention of trained professional, and keeping these type of people out of the limelight would be axiomatic in a healthy nation.

We do not live in such nation (quick thought experiment: when you look at many white criminals that appear in the news, it is quite obvious that they possess an IQ well below the average of white America - 100 - and perhaps have some sort of mental retardation, but when you see a Black criminal it is impossible to utilize a similar thought experiment. Black people in America have an average IQ of 85, but almost all Black people - including criminals - look alike).

Michael Vick is loved by Black people the nation over. He is another individual who deserves the "Mein" title, just as Barack Obama is still beloved by Black people and any criticism of him will always be considered "racist" by his devoted followers. 

Vick might be on another level though. Criticism of Vick is not allowed and if it transpires will always have the odoriferous stench of "racism":
 Get ready to count your losses, Eagles fans, because your team has no shot this year without your black Negro, dog-killin’, prison-serving quarterback.

Yeah, you’re reading it right.

The Vick description occurs because despite time served for whatever crime he committed in a dogfighting scandal, despite community service, and despite a thousand repentances, he never will receive forgiveness by PETA-peddlers (People for Ethical Treatment of Animals) nor the millions of Americans who place poodles before humans, especially black homo sapiens.

America, land of the free and home to Native American genocide, slavery, gender persecution, segregation, and a litany of other indiscretions that affected millions, appears hell-bent on repeatedly lynching Vick, retelling his dogfighting connection until he screams Uncle Tom.

All this talk about America turning some invisible corner because 53 percent of Americans elected our first black president is just that — talk.

Race still matters, will always serve as the No. 1 issue in America, because we can’t live without that single controversy that erupts torrents of anger and hate.

These flashbacks to Vick are not at all about developing a quality quarterback because Philadelphia suffered through a similar controversy when Randall met Ronny and Coach Buddy Ryan inserted his lanky future star on third down and never.
 You can't criticize Black people in Black Run America (BRA) and Michael Vick is one of the most highly regarded Blacks in this nation right now:
As a white man with a column and radio show, I have been vilified for taking strong stances against a disgusting human being -- Michael Vick.


Because he happens to be an African-American -- a fact that is inconsequential to me. If the ex-Falcons quarterback was a fellow Irish-American, none of my beliefs would change one iota.

I don't hate Michael Vick because he's black and I certainly don't think I am better than him because I'm white. I pity him because he hanged and drowned dogs, and I think I am better human being than him because I have the moral compass to understand that's wrong.

And while logic often flies in the face of ignorance, too often the ignorant rule.

Take Stephon Marbury and Roy Jones, who felt the need to defend the indefensible.

"I think it's tough that we build Michael Vick up and then we break him down," Marbury said after the Vick story broke. "I think he's one of the superb athletes, and he's a good human being. I just think that he fell into a bad situation."

Jones went even further...

"People tend to talk so hard against people. They make it such a bad thing, like dog fighting is worse than killing someone," Jones said in Newsday.

"I'm not a dog fighter. I've never been to a dog fight. But just because they have the animals doesn't mean they are fighting the animals. Michael Vick doesn't have that kind of time to train and raise dogs... I like bulldogs and I like their mentality."

"They are making this so bad, but really two dogs fighting can happen in anyone's backyard or on the street. It happened in my backyard, two of my dogs fought and one died.
Mein Obama, hoping to show Black people that he still cares about them, recently praised the Philadelphia Eagles owner for giving Vick a second chance after his prison stint:
NBC's Peter King reports that Barack Obama called Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie earlier this week to congratulate him for giving Vick a second chance after his release from prison. According to King, the president said that released prisoners rarely receive a level playing field and that Vick's story could begin to change that.
Forget your political allegiances or feelings about Michael Vick and take a step back to think about this. The sitting president of the United States went out of his way to publicly praise a man who, 3 1/2 years ago, many thought would never play again in the NFL. Even the most ardent believers in Vick couldn't have fathomed a turn-around like this. 
Black people take notice here: with more than 2 million Americans behind bars, Black people comprise nearly 1/2  of those currently serving time. Since 1 in 10 Black people serve behind bars, this means a substantial number of Black people will serve jail time in their lives (the number is roughly 30 percent). It should be noted these numbers closely correlate wherever Black people can be found in a predominately white nation.

We are reaching a point where nearly a third or more Black males will be convicted felons and make it quite difficult for employers to find suitable vocations or positions for them (considering only 50 percent of Black males finish high school) to hold down as barber shops can only employ so many and the military can't keep lowering standards.

With a 72 percent out-of-wedlock birthrate, the rate of criminality will only rise.

Not all Black people can be athletes, so the question must be asked: What will the majority of Black males be doing in the coming decades?

Michael Vick is the perfect role model for what America has become. He is the face of modern football for a reason, but he better encapsulates the face of modern America.

It is Stuff Black People Don't Like opinion that 2011 will serve as The Tipping Point for the idea of Black Run America.

For the meantime, Black people will doggedly defend Michael Vick and Barack Obama from all critics and denounce anyone who dares opine that their heroes are with fault. 


Anonymous said...

It's sickening that our wonderful president glorifies this scumbag on the same day that Mike Singletary gets handed his crewcut as HC of the 49ers. Singletary is everything Vick is not: a no-nonsense man of enormous integrity and faith, a HOFer, a true man's man, and someone who SHOULD be a wonderful role model for young blacks everywhere. And yet, this dirtbag gets praised heaped on him time and time again. Vick couldn't even carry Singletary's jockstrap, as far as I'm concerned.

Anonymous said...

Vick is an A-1 asshat!!!!

Fayette White Guy said...

I'm ashamed that Tech athletes Marbury and Choice defend this savage.

Try to reason with a Philly fan about Vick--it doesn't matter, as long as he wins football games.

Anonymous said...

Affirmative action explained ... this is awesome.

Anonymous said...

As a lifelong 49ers fan, I am glad Singletary was fired. Don't get me wrong, I like the man. He was a phenomenal player in the 80s who embodied everything that was good about the sport. He was a very talented linebacker coach in Baltimore (He trained Ray Louis for Pete's sake). When he took over as interim coach I wanted him to succeed. Bottom line, despite being a good person he was an awful coach. He went through 5 OQs, he had no idea how to run an offense, and the 49ers look like an 80s football team before the 49ers (Montana/Young/Rice) revolutionized the sport.

The niners are a storied franchise who desperately needs leadership. York has been a complete douchbag with misplaced loyalties. Firing Singletary and promising a new GM are a good start (All we need then is Andrew Luck or Kellen Moore). For a team to have the on-field talent they had and preform so badly was inexcusable.


Anonymous said...

"All this talk about America turning some invisible corner because 53 percent of Americans elected our first black president is just that — talk."

This sounds like Black Guy's writing style. He can't understand that if whites really hated black people, blacks would not be in the public eye AT ALL. They would not be fed, clothed, educated, and pandered to on our dime. They would not be sought out to force diversity and multiculturalism. There would be a huge stigma attached to their lifestyle and culture. They would be truly oppressed, segregated, beaten down and not allowed to roam freely in our society (just as the blacks in Africa and suppressed by their black leaders).

Whites are mostly generous, caring, patient and kind. If whites were truly hateful, blacks would be victimized by whites instead of victimizing whites.

We only want for blacks to act like humans and stop destroying everything they touch, and taking what they have not earned. We want for blacks to stop being a burden on society. We want for them to learn how to live in a Western Society instead of living a third world style existence. We want for them to assimilate into the mainstream and speak the language or finally leave for good. We want for them to stop producing more people that they cannot feed and care for.

These black guys need to start preaching this solution to other blacks so that we can finally move on.

Steve said...

I expect no less from the thug culture of BRA. Trouble is brainwashed whites are cheering this POS with nearly the same vigor as the savages.
Blacks will never be able to assimilate into western society its just not in them. As always segregation now and forever.

Anonymous said...

White Georgia State trooper shot and killed, mysteriously there's no name or description of the suspect.

Weeks later, still no name or description of the Detroit Burger King employee who struck and killed an elderly customer. Strange...

Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

"Bottom line, despite being a good person he was an awful coach. He went through 5 OQs, he had no idea how to run an offense, and the 49ers look like an 80s football team before the 49ers (Montana/Young/Rice) revolutionized the sport."

GB, I don't know that I agree with your contention that Singletary is "an awful coach." The fact is, the man was put in a no-win situation: no talent whatsoever, selfish players, and a front office that obviously doesn't know what the hell it's doing. The fact that he was able to squeeze out 5 wins in this environment is nothing short of miraculous. If Black America would look up to honorable people like Singletary as role models (instead of the likes of Vick, Ocho-stinko, Moss, Owens, LeBron James, and other self-absorbed thug assholes like these), this country would be a lot better off.

Anonymous said...

I often wondered how BRA got their morals, ethics and any idea of justice. I could never figure out how a street filed with black churches, was uninhabitable and one was likely to get robbed or killed walking down those god fearing streets. Then I saw this article, where the pastor was convicted of breaking into parishoners homes and as she said 'she was just using poor judgement'.
Its interesting, but here in Detroit, if you could not run for office if you had a FELONY conviction, there would be no elected officials in the city of Detroit

Anonymous said...

Amazing, with the mess in this country the president of BRA has time to worry about MV. Bros sure have their priority straight.

But remember, we alsmost didn't elect a white president because he admitted to smoking pot - but he didn't inhale. This one admitted to doing cocaine and still got elected.

joe said...

he went to jail. they took all his money. he got out. i would rather have him earning a living and paying taxes than mooching off the state.
yeah, he's a dirtbag, but he wasn't going to get life in prison. we knew he was going to get out. he got out of the pen and got a job (how many black men do this), and he is very , very good at that job.

Anonymous said...

"i would rather have him earning a living and paying taxes than mooching off the state."

I agree.

And even though I can't stomach the endless fluffing by ESPN, I try to always believe in human redemption.

Anonymous said...

Of course, if Michael Vick had not been exposed, he'd still be getting his rocks off watching dogs rip each other to pieces, and then electrocuting, hanging, or drowning the dogs that lost the fights but were still alive.

Canines have always confounded black people because they are very close to having the same IQ. Blacks walk upright and have opposable thumbs, thus they like to flaunt their questionable superiority by hurting or neglecting White Man's Best Friend. Did you ever see how dogs are treated in coontown? Blacks lack the empathy gene.

icr said...

Auster has quite a black savagery story:

It had a fairly happy ending because there was a guy on the scene (likely white or mestizo) with a CCW.

Here in mestizoland (Costa Rica) going to the movies is a like a throwback to the dreaded Fifties-calm and decorum prevail.

Violent mobs, since they don't fear going to jail, need to broken up with firearms. Someone should run for local office with that promise.
But then there will be Holder and his NKVD political racial enforcers to contend with.

Many cops likely think that they get a "free killing" when they encounter an inebriated white male sitting in a lawn chair:
For fifteen minutes the Long Beach Police watched Douglas Zerby sitting on an interior courtyard stoop playing with a toy gun. They never announced their presence. There was no danger to anyone. They never announced their presence. There were at least five police officers there. Then, after fifteen minutes, two or three of them opened fire with shotguns and pistols. There was no warning, and no command to drop the weapon. Apparently his first notification that the police were present was to be shot dead.
Actually it was not a toy gun-rather a garden hose nozzle:
Police officers killed 35-year old Douglas Zerby of Long Beach on Sunday after receiving a 911 call that the man was sitting on a porch with a small gun in his hand, as stated through the Long Beach Press-Telegram. Yet it turns out that the police officers were mistaken and that Douglas Zerby had no weapon in his hand. The man was reportedly intoxicated and was carrying a garden hose nozzle with a pistol-like grip.

Two Long Beach police officers took aim and opened fire on Douglas Zerby before asking the man to drop the item that was in his hands. The Los Angeles Times reports that the family of Douglas Zerby is now considering taking legal action against the Long Beach Police Department because they say that the police department failed to follow correct procedure when they opened fire.

"Our brother was killed for no reason," Eden Marie Biele, his

Anonymous said...

A picture of one of Vick's dogs:

Anonymous said...

Kevin Powell basically said that if Brett Farve (ie: any white quarterback) had been fighting dogs, they would have never garnished the public outcry that Vick received. Vick was rich beyond comprehension (the highest paid athlete on the planet) at the time of his arrest. Despite his wealth, he still chose to finance a dog fighting ring that crossed multiple jurisdictions. These crimes were clearly brutal and inhumane. In what context would men like Farve, Manning, Brees, Brady, Rivers, Schaub, Rodgers, Fitzpatrick, Kolb, Romo, etc, ever get involved in something so far beneath them as dog-fighting? It would never happen in a million years. Yet Vick is another victim of the white man's system. They were just dogs, afterall. Kevin Powell was an idiot on The
Real World 15 years ago. I guess some things never change.

Anonymous said...

Who's Kevin Powell?

Anonymous said...

Re: the ass kissing rant: black negro is redundant. "Race still matters and is the number one"...blah blah. What a supreme ass clown.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, the glorification of black athletes sucks. We know.

They sent Vick to prison and took all his money for freaking animal abuse. This is a leftist joke of a crime. Certainly it's a sign of disorder - but why should people be imprisoned for it? Their money stolen by the government?

So the black commentators come to his defense. No surprise. Overall, there have still been numerous critics of Vick in the sports media. Of all the examples to use, this one is a pretty small issue.

Anonymous said...

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Blue Eyed Devil said...

I wonder if Obama called Pitt and gave them a verbal high five for hiring Mike Haywood as new football coach. Oh wait......nevermind, he got fired already.