Character doesn't matter in Black-Run America; only Color
“you suddenly find your tongue twisted and your speech stammering as you seek to explain to your six year old daughter why she can't go to the public amusement park that has just been advertised on television, and see tears welling up in her eyes when she is told that Funtown is closed to colored children, and see ominous clouds of inferiority beginning to form in her little mental sky.”
Much like the public buses that the sainted Dr. King also integrated for us, normal Americans who set foot in these forbidden zones will be confronted by howling, animalistic mobs that will attack them and steal their possessions while screaming racial slurs. Unless they have an Epic Beard Man to defend them, their cries will be ignored and any media outlet that points out the hate crime will itself be smeared as racist.
So, instead, we get what we saw at Alabama Adventure yesterday. Alabama Adventure is a water park built largely through the funding that the African-American mayor of Birmingham Larry Langford raised through municipal bond issues. The park was called Visionland, but predictably failed within four years and had to be rescued through a private company that renamed it Alabama Adventure.
Larry Langford himself followed in the footsteps of other great black mayors such as Marion Barry, Kwame Kilpatrick, and Sharpe James by being arrested for corruption and sent to jail. Actually, he was just following in the footsteps of the first black mayor of Birmingham, Richard Arrington, who was also arrested and sent to prison for refusing to disclose records during a corruption investigation. He eventually was cleared of further charges by making enough accusations of racism against the federal government and making sure he could get a jury of Birmingham blacks.
And of course, it’s not just Alabama Adventure.
It’s also Six Flags New Jersey.
And Sea World.
And Six Flags Texas.
And everywhere else black “youths” gather in large numbers.
Why was Funtown closed to colored children Dr. King? Well, unfortunately, we didn’t have YouTube back then so we couldn’t show you. But considering your own private behavior of whoring, boozing, cursing, and embezzling, we think you knew even then. Your conduct, and the conduct of your people, might be saintly by the standards of today’s Episcopalian Church, but it’s not up to the standards of everyday behavior that normal Americans expect even while they are on vacation.
And you did. Now, decent people of any race can no longer enjoy it. Of course, it still has to be closed even to your people once in a while because you can’t keep from attacking each other. And eventually, just like shopping malls, public parks, and bike sharing programs, even your people won’t be able to use it. Mall envy exists for a reason.