Friday, September 30, 2011

Herman "Munster" Cain? The Truth About Black People and Free Markets

Herman "Munster" Cain. The Frankenstein Monster of IHAD people
Growing up, I used to love watching The Munsters on Nick at Nite. Though the show was in black and white, hearing Herman Munster - played by the hilarious Fred Gwynne - laugh helped the viewer forget that the gag of him being "green" was lost because it wasn't in color.

One has to ponder if presidential candidate Herman Cain isn't the Frankenstein monster of the Republican Party's "IHAD" (I Had A Dream... those who actually believe that "judging by character" is going to happen despite Disingenuous White Liberals attacking the concept of whiteness at every opportunity) wing, a Black guy promoted to show how 'post-racial' and 'anti-racist' conservatives really are in the face of the daunting task of unseating an incredibly unpopular incumbent president who also happens to be Black.

An article at Real Clear Politics danced around the question on everyone's mind: what happens if Barack Obama loses to a white dude in November of 2012? How will Organized Blackness react when white Americans vote for the Republican candidate for president at levels never before seen in elections? Remember, in 2010 white Americans helped usher in the repudiation of Mein Obama, and in November of 2012 it will be white Americans in North Carolina, Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania, Iowa, Michigan, Virginia, and other states that give the electoral college votes to the Republican candidate (whoever that will be).

How will Organized Blackness react in cities such as Atlanta, Detroit, Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Washington D.C., Cleveland, St. Louis, etc., when Barack Obama is defeated? Is it wrong to say the reaction could be reminiscent of what we witnessed in Los Angeles in 1992? Perhaps a reversal of the cheers for the exoneration of O.J. Simpson in 1995 and the collected sigh of relief let out by Organized Blackness?

In 2008, white people swept up in a wave of euphoria at the thought of being able to say, "I voted for a Black president," along with saying "I have Black friend," when accused of racism, helped elect the Affirmative Action candidate to the highest office in the land.

Those days are gone.

With the Republican candidate field for the presidential nomination being horribly weak, Herman "Munster" Cain has crawled his way to the top of the heap by promising to be the "Black man" who can beat the "Black man" in the White House.

Saying things like "Black people have been brainwashed into not being open-minded" when it comes to voting in monolithic racial patterns for Democratic candidates, Herman "Munster" Cain's stock immediately went up in the eyes of IHAD people within the Republican Party. That no one ever stops to think how Black people would fare in a country without affirmative action, racial quotas, mandated diversity and lowering of standards to accommodate Black people and ensure their acceptance into schools (undergraduate, law, and medical), police training, the military, firefighting careers, etc., or how Black people would fare without Black-Run America (BRA) protecting their interests is a reason Herman" Munster" Cain exists.

Look, it makes sense for Black people to vote Democrat. The Democrats want bigger government and bigger taxes, to pay for more welfare, section 8 housing, EBT/SNAP cards, and programs that disproportionately go to helping the Black community. Also, by expanding the government and creating new federal agencies, the opportunity for the Black middle-class to grow through their reliance on government jobs is increased.

Let's face it: the overwhelming majority of Black people can't compete in the free market. Adam Smith didn't factor in the Black Undertow when he wrote The Wealth of Nations. Thus, voting for a party that promises them free health care, housing, EBT/SNAP cards, welfare, and potential career paths through the ever increasing federal, state, and local government seems like a pretty good deal for Black people.

If the invisible hand of the free market won't help, then the visible handouts from Democrats sure will! I agree with Black people who call other Black people "Uncle Tom's" for voting Republican. If a true color-blind society ever existed in America (where affirmative action, the concept of BRA, and the EEOC were all gone) how would Black people actually fare and compete?


Considering how bad Black unemployment (and graduation rates) is in a country where affirmative action, BRA and the EEOC do exist - and freely discriminate against white people - that should be all you need to know when considering how Black people will fare if free markets - and freedom of association - were actually tolerated.

No, the only reason Herman "Munster" Cain is even talked about as a serious candidate for president is because he is Black. And if IHAD people have their way, it will be two Black guys squaring off for the presidency of the United States of America.

Because Republicans actually believe that Black people would fare better voting Republican - they wouldn't - we have been forced to see the Frankenstein monster of that party unleashed upon the country: Herman "Munster" Cain.

The next 13 months are going to be incredibly interesting. White people have abandoned Mein Obama in record numbers; Mein Obama is rallying the ethnic minorities to his side; and Herman "Munster" Cain is being touted as a legitimate candidate to be the next POTUS.

We get it Tea Party folks; you will stop at nothing to have people believe you aren't racist. Even if this means electing another Black guy to POTUS to remove the eternal sin of being white (automatically making you a racist in the eyes of BRA).

Herman "Munster" Cain, the former CEO of Godfather's Pizza, yet another attempt for white people to show that they aren't racist. We went to the moon once because we invested billions into moving forward. Now, we can't go to Mars because we must always apologize for the past.

Here's to the next 13 months!

Did you want Fries with that? 365Black Behavior at McDonald's Continues with Shooting in Broad Daylight

Podcast finally complete. Will be uploading later today. There will be three posts today, so make sure to check the site regularly. 

Life under the Golden Arches of 365Black America
Writing about McDonald's invariably means writing about Black people. It is one of the first Fortune 100 companies to go 365Black, following the patterns established by the media, universities and colleges, and the government (at all levels).

Going 365Black in advertising has been a boon to McDonald's, knowing that their pricing model for food caters to a certain population segment that has only five dollars in net worth. And to an overall population segment that has lost roughly 87 percent of its wealth since 2007.

Recently bringing back it's popular Monopoly game, incentivizing packages of Big Mac's and extra large Coke's with the chance to win prizes and cash, a McDonald's in Brooklyn was the stage for the latest example of 365Black behavior. Rumors that the Black guy shot in broad daylight (all of this was captured by the beauty of video-recording devices) had just found a Park Place and Boardwalk on his Big Mac packaging have, thus far, gone uncorroborated.

Rumors that this McDonald's location stopped accepting EBT/SNAP cards have remained unconfirmed too. 

So what happened?
A gunman opened fire near Brooklyn College Tuesday afternoon, leaving one man in critical condition and sending panicked pedestrians running for their lives.

In surveillance footage released by police Wednesday, the victim, 18-year-old Tyquan Sewell, can be seen walking along a crowded sidewalk in front of a McDonalds at 2154 Nostrand Ave in a white tank top. According to police, the victim had just had an argument with a man who was already inside of the restaurant.

As Sewell tries to open the door, the suspect, dressed in a red jacket and light colored pants, can be seen bursting out of the McDonalds firing multiple shots with a .32 caliber Smith and Wesson revolver.

One bullet grazes the young man's head and he can be seen falling to the ground as both of his shoes fly off. The gunman continues firing as he advances on Sewell, who is left rolling into the street after being hit in the groin, leg and torso. The bustling sidewalk clears quickly and an NYPD van can be seen pulling up seconds after the shooting.

After the shooting, the suspect, along with two accomplices who passed him the gun, ran back into the McDonalds and may have exited through doors on the other side of the restaurant onto Flatbush Ave.

Sewell was taken to Kings County Hospital in critical but stable condition, according to EMS officials.

Police are now looking for the three suspects, all black males. The shooter was dressed in a red jacket and light colored pants, the second suspect in all black and the third in a white shirt and dark jeans.

There's not much else you can add to this story. All you can do is watch the video and be glad you were nowhere near this McDonald's location. Or, for that matter, any McDonald's location.


Wednesday, September 28, 2011

K - K - Kome On: The Ice Cream Family Corner & Sandwiches Mascot Offends the Perpetually Offended Denizens of Organized Blackness

Quite note: technical difficulties have postponed the first SBPDL Podcast until tomorrow night. 

How often do you read about a companies marketing campaign being declared 'racist'? The slightest racial insensitivity in advertising is deemed the second-coming of the KKK, an obvious (and ominous) sign that America is prepared for cross-burnings, a shortage of white sheets at Wal-Mart, Target, Macy's, Nordstrom's, Linens 'n Things, Bed Bath and Beyond, and Costco, and discriminatory violence courtesy of nooses and robed individuals.

Not unlike the type of violence directed at whites nationwide by Black people in the summer of 2011.

In the real world, the KKK has - a rough estimate - less than 1,500 members. Of those, 1,300 are paid informants of the FBI or other organizations that monitor "hate," and the dwindling few reactionaries are clamoring to go on the now defunct Jerry Springer Show for some precious airtime.

This fact doesn't dissuade Black people and Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) from believing that this "invisible empire" is poised for a comeback and prepared to strike at a moments whim. In the book I Heard it Through the Grapevine: Rumor in African-American Culture, we learn that the most pernicious myth plaguing Black people is the continued belief that the KKK went underground and infiltrated companies nationwide, trading white sheets for balanced sheets:

One of the most persistent themes in the world of black rumors is the fearsome powers of the Ku Klux Klan. For example, during the 1980s and even up to the present, many blacks firmly believed that the Church’s Fried Chicken fast food chain was owned by the Klan and that its food was doctored to sterilize black men. In 1984, a congressman actually had the FDA conduct mass spectrometry and gas chromatography tests on Church’s chicken to see what was in it. Naturally, the FDA found nothing suspicious, but these results did not satisfy “the folk,” as Prof. Turner often calls blacks. Some of her informants explained that the Klan would have had no trouble persuading the FDA to lie about the tests.

Another recent Klan enterprise is said to have been the Troop Sport clothing company, which was founded in 1985 and sold 95 percent of its clothes to blacks and Hispanics. The Troop name reportedly stood for “To Rule Over Oppressed People,” and the linings of shoes and jackets were supposed to contain messages like “Thank you, nigger, for making us rich.” Some young blacks who wore Troop clothes despite the rumor and subsequent boycott were attacked as traitors by other blacks.

Troop spent hundreds of thousands of dollars trying to fight the rumor. It hired the black singing group Gladys Night and the Pips to improve its image and posted anti-Klan posters in stores. The campaign failed and Troop went bankrupt, though the company denied that the boycott was the cause.
Prof. Turner tells us that the most recent alleged Klan front has been the Brooklyn Bottling Company, which sells a soda called Tropical Fantasy. Like Church’s chicken, the soda was said to be laced with a drug that would selectively sterilize black men. There is no odorless, tasteless substance that sterilizes anyone, much less only black men, but the FDA duly trotted out its mass spectrometers and cleared Tropical Fantasy. The rumor was unaffected and caused serious losses for Brooklyn Bottling. It also provoked violence; blacks attacked delivery trucks and roughed up storekeepers who stocked Tropical Fantasy.

“The folk” credit the Klan with many achievements. It is said to have killed John Kennedy and to be deeply involved in the tobacco business. The eponymous founders of Philip Morris and R.J. Reynolds are both said to have been important Klan members (despite the fact that Philip Morris was British), and Kool menthol cigarettes are suspect because of the brand’s ominous misspelling.

The Klan is likewise thought to have killed Martin Luther King, though the government may have helped. As one informant said, “I heard it was the FBI or the KKK—one of those groups.” Prof. Turner notes that for many of “the folk,” there is no real difference between the two.

Enter an ice cream parlor started by immigrants in Ocala, Florida, the latest incarnation of the KKK's impending return:
Once and for all, people, it's an ice cream cone.

The owners of Ice Cream Family Corner and Sandwiches at the busy intersection of South Pine Avenue and Southwest 17th Street in Ocala say their two-month-old business is getting creamed because passers-by have mistaken their white-hooded ice cream cone mascot for a KKK protester.

Liza Diaz, who manages the store for Cantres and co-owner Jesus Diaz, said an employee at the bank where she does business told her a co-worker was so frightened by the white dollop patrolling the street corner that she called her husband cryingand refused to drive through the intersection.

"One (customer) told me, ‘I had to think twice before coming in here because I thought it was KKK,' " Diaz said.

Bigotry never tasted so good.
Interestingly, Diaz, who is from Puerto Rico, had never heard of the KKK before this controversy. She can't even quite get her tongue around the name, referring to the white supremacist group as the "Ku Ku Klan" without a hint of irony or sarcasm.

Close up, the costume looks nothing like the white-hooded Klan garb that evokes such strong emotions. Its fluffy white top, flecked with colored sprinkles, curls slightly at its peak, and it sits atop a brown waffle cone.

Co-owner Jose Cantres says rumors are swirling on Facebook about the exact nature of the little vanilla cone, and employees heard through word of mouth that potential customers have steered clear of the shop to avoid the character.
Here's another story from the local Fox-affiliate, complete with hilarious Local News Story broadcast. If America survives when whites are the minority (judging by Detroit and the many cities and counties abandoned to the Black Undertow and the rate white people flee states that go Brown, this won't be the case), will recent immigrants - turned entrepreneur, because of the relative few Black people opening businesses - be embarrassed for opening up a store and creating a harmless mascot that barely has a resemblance to a KKK member?

Yes. Of course. Then again, if there is ever a run on white bed sheets, you better believe the Mainstream Media will have story prepared on this dramatic development.

What is your favorite story of Organized Blackness complaining about a business or corporation using unflattering advertisements to market their product or service that self-righteous DWLs and "The Blacks" decided to boycott and attack as 'racist'?

Alright, for some reason this story made me desire vanilla ice cream. Might even put some chocolate sprinkles on it.

Ice Cream store mascot mistaken for KKK:

Tuesday, September 27, 2011

"It's not a good way to live": Philadelphia Racial Violence Gets Worse

Liberty is dead in Black-Run Philadelphia
The summer of 2011 is over. What did we learn? That the racial violence of Black people targeting white people (and other non-Blacks) through Flash Mobs Mahogany Mobs is a non-story; that the strange incident in Jackson, Mississippi where white kids killed a Black guy in "bad part of town" (code for: drug-infested, high-crime, 'Black' area) is worthy of CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, etc., devoting airtime and punditry toward yet another Jena Six-style moment.

Not a word on the racial violence of Black people targeting white people in Milwaukee, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbia, St. Louis, Minneapolis, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, New York City, Boston, Peoria, Atlanta, or Philadelphia.

The heroic Drudge Report has been the lone - mainstream - voice of reason attempting to showcase the reality of Black-Run America (BRA) through the penumbra of nonsense and inanities peddled as news. Normal Americans who have come to rely on Matt Drudge's news aggregate site have been driven to click on stories detailing shocking Black criminal depravity and continued stories of the reliance on the federal government for mere necessities (such as EBT/Snap cards, of which Drudge recently lampooned by showcasing the rap by Mr. EBT).

These stories confirm to readers of Drudge (in the tens of millions) why they live nowhere near Black Undertow cities and exercise true freedom of association by living in Whitopia's and retreating away from Climate Change that is exacting devastation upon once economically healthy cities.

Over July 4, 2009, a white family in Akron learned a truth that must be beaten into the heads of people the country over, as they were attacked by 50+ Black people who shouted, "this is a Black World." Knowing that the legal system is run by people, like Eric "My People" Holder, trained (and promoted) to only prosecute hate crimes when the defendant is white, believing that justice will ever come to any of the people assaulted in the Wisconsin State Fair Attack in Milwaukee is akin to believing the world is flat.

Perhaps this is one of the reasons for such extreme levels of segregation in the United States, especially cities where the Black unemployable level (Black people rely on government jobs because the private sector has to turn a profit and can't have unproductive people on their payrolls) is reaching frightening levels, revealing to the world the harsh reality of cognitive differences between the races through the free market.

Knowing that rates of interracial crime and murder are horribly skewed toward Black people attacking, raping, murdering, assaulting and targeting white people (with the rare exceptions of white people targeting Black people for the aforementioned crimes fodder for Mainstream News sob stories of continued white oppression of "helpless" Blacks), the decisions made by white families across the country to live in cities with few Black people is a life-saving one. Never forget that nearly 90 percent of interracial murders in America are Black-on-white.

Knowing the high fratricide rates in the Black community (Black-on-Black crime), all white people are missing from having Black neighbors is the increasing odds of an early grave; being a mere statistic and a case for The First 48.

The once charming city of Montgomery, Alabama, ruined by the combined forces of the overwhelming might of the Black Undertow Effect and a perpetual nostalgia kick for reliving the Civil Rights struggle is drowning in a sea of Black crime and economic stagnation, caused by the lack of purchasing power in the Black community who inherited the city through white flight.

What are white people fleeing? What the audacity of hope wrought:
At least eight people were shot Saturday evening at a gathering of several hundred people at Oak Park.
Police Chief Kevin Murphy said some of the injured were children but he did not know how many or how old they were.

Victims were taken to both Jackson Hospital and Baptist Medical Center South, some by ambulance and some by per­sonal vehicle, said Sgt. Donna Mackey, a Montgomery Police Department spokeswoman.
A news release from Mackey on Saturday night stated all the victims were treated for in­ juries that were not life-threat­ening.

Details were limited Satur­day night as police were pro­cessing the scene and pursuing leads. Police were not sure how many shooters were in­volved.

The gathering was a reun­ion for current and former Trenholm Court residents, Murphy said. It was not immediately known, however, whether any of the shooters were taking part in the reun­ion.

Many of the victims were found at locations other than the park, having fled the gun­ fire, Mackey said.

Murphy stressed that a small number of people were responsible for the shootings and that most who attended the reunion just wanted to have a good time with their families.

"You should not condemn a community for the acts of a few," Murphy said of Trenholm Court, a housing area off Columbus Street near down­ town Montgomery.
You are right Chief Murphy: high rates of crime are discernible through statistical analysis in any Black community throughout the country. The problem of Black crime  - and the lowering of property value - isn't exclusive to Montgomery. That Black people refrain from "snitching" to the police and cover up the criminal actions of fellow Black people in their communities through the concept of Organized Blackness (Black people believe police are racist, without understanding that police are trained to only believe white people are racist) shows why white people must avoid the Black Undertow completely.

Your life might depend on it.

Especially if you live in Philadelphia, a city completely taken over by the Black Undertow Effect. Capable whites have fled the city, leaving behind middle class whites unable to evacuate the impending disaster already unfolding before our eyes. Black teens engaging in Mahogany Mobs have been targeting white people for random assaults and white businesses for vandalizing since Mein Obama came into power.

This license to steal and assault whitey is being replicated nationwide, but in Philadelphia we are witnessing something extraordinary.

We will now reproduce a story from the Philadelphia Inquirer that Matt Drudge featured on his Web site, detailing a home invasion by a Mahogany Mob on a white family:
ABOUT 11 P.M. on Sept. 9, dozens of youths with bats and pipes descended on a tidy residential area of Port Richmond looking for white teens who allegedly had attacked an African-American kid at Stokely Playground a couple of hours earlier.

Two fearful white teens spotted Mark LaVelle on Indiana Avenue near Belgrade Street and asked for help. Suddenly, the mob appeared. LaVelle, who said that he didn't know the two kids, who looked to be 13 or 14, ran with them into his nearby house.

" 'We got you, you white mother-------!' " LaVelle said he heard someone yell in the "mob" of black and Hispanic youths.

Inside his house, LaVelle, 37, called to his wife, Kim, 30, to go to their bedroom with their twin 13-month-old boys, Mark and Mason, and to call police. He also ordered his two other sons, 11 and 17, and his nephew, 7, to stay upstairs.

With the two teens hiding in the house, LaVelle, 5 feet 10, 220 pounds, a well-known sports-league organizer and coach in the community, went outside to try to calm the angry mob.

They were standing on his steps. One shouted, " 'Something's going to happen now!' " LaVelle recalled in an interview Friday at his house. LaVelle got nervous and went back inside, locking his door with a deadbolt.
But the attackers pounded on his front windows and kicked his wooden door so hard, it flew open and some of them entered his house.

"The first guy hits me with a pipe. The second guy knocks me in the face. All I'm hearing is my wife and kids screaming," said LaVelle, who feared that the next time they saw him, he would be in a casket.

He said that he was able to push the attackers out the door, but then a third man - who had a gun - tried to extend his arm. LaVelle grabbed onto the gunman's lower arm and shoulder so he couldn't raise the weapon. Then, police sirens screamed in the neighborhood, and the mob turned and ran.

LaVelle was able to identify three of the people from the melee. He said he did not know if they had been chasing the white teenagers, or if they were just trying to find someone to attack.

Police arrested Bergson Morin, 21, of Rosehill Street near Wyoming Avenue, Feltonville, as the man with the gun. They arrested Enrique Delgado, 32, of Rockland and C streets, Feltonville, as the man who hit LaVelle with the pipe. And they arrested a 17-year-old juvenile as the one who punched LaVelle in the face, giving him a black eye.

LaVelle said that the next day the mother of the juvenile came back with some other people, banging on his door, screaming. LaVelle, who was at a charity sports event, was called back to the house by one of his sons.
When he got home, LaVelle said, the mother yelled at him, " 'You white mother------, you got my kid locked up! You got my son locked up because he's black, you're white!' " The mother claimed that her son had been "a witness," not an attacker. To that, LaVelle said if that were true, it would come out in court.

But the mother, according to LaVelle, then yelled: " 'If you make it to court! I know where you live!' "

Police public affairs could not confirm yesterday if the mother has been arrested for making threats.

Patty-Pat Kozlowski, president of the Port Richmond on Patrol and Civic Association, said that police told her that the attack on LaVelle stemmed from the incident at Stokely Playground, Indiana Avenue and Thompson Street, a few blocks from LaVelle's house.

She heard that an African-American "kid got knocked off his bike or fell off" and white kids were laughing at him. The group of African-Americans and Hispanics came back for retaliation, Kozlowski believes.
She said she didn't know any of the people involved in the playground incident or in the attack on LaVelle. LaVelle said he also did not know anyone involved.

Morin and Delgado, who face charges of aggravated assault, conspiracy, burglary, weapons and related offenses, were scheduled to face a preliminary hearing in Municipal Court today, but the hearing got postponed to Nov. 7. Delgado, who is in state prison, was not brought down to the city. Also, both defense attorneys requested a lineup in the case, which the judge granted. Morin is in custody in county prison. Their family members could not be reached for comment Monday.

Freddy Godoy, Delgado's attorney, said yesterday that someone Delgado knows "was probably related to the child" who was attacked in the playground. But he contends that Delgado was not one of the people who attacked LaVelle.

Richard Patton, Morin's attorney, declined comment yesterday.

Kozlowski, a legislative aide to City Councilwoman Joan Krajewski and a lifelong Port Richmond resident, wrote about the attack in The Spirit community newspaper, which serves the river wards. Since then, the story has created a lot of buzz in the predominantly white neighborhood.

Kozlowski and Maryann Trombetta, president of the Port Richmond Town Watch, both recalled the murder of Sean Daily, a white teen who was beaten and shot by bat-wielding youths, mostly Latino, in May 1989.
They don't believe that the attack on LaVelle started as a racial incident, but believe that there was a racial element to it when the mob "called him a white mother------" and when the juvenile's mother allegedly threatened LaVelle.

LaVelle, who runs sports leagues composed of youths and adults of different races, said he doesn't want any retaliation on the people who attacked him. But the attack has instilled fear in him and his family, and he hopes that there will be more of a police presence in the neighborhood.

His wife is afraid to stay at home, and "every time I hear a car, I'm looking out the door," he said.
"It's not a good way to live."

No, it's not a good way to live. Thus, the reason Memphis, Detroit, Baltimore, Atlanta, Birmingham, Charlotte, Milwaukee, Chicago, St. Louis, Kansas City, Montgomery, and hundreds of smaller cities and counties have been evacuated through the life-prolonging action of white flight. New suburbs have been built across the nation because living near Black people, well, "It's not a good way to live."

Massive budgets for new highways, continual highway repairs, wasted hours sitting in long commutes on those highways (constantly being repaired); a reliance on gasoline for cars because of a desire to live in suburbs away from the Black Undertow Effect and stay away from public transportation (the preferred mode of transportation for the Black Undertow)' all because white people understand that living near Black people, well, "It's not a good way to live."

Contrary to what Ron Unz might write, living near illegal aliens in California isn't a good way to live either.

During the summer of 2011, almost every major city in America with a sizable Black population enacted emergency curfews to stop the Mahogany Mob violence. Only in times of war or natural disasters are curfews needed to keep the peace. Well, add when Black people decide following the law is immaterial to them.

After all, "It's a Black world."

All we can say to that is: "It's not a good way to live."

Be advised: if you live in an area with a high Black population, considering moving immediately. Your property value (if you own your home) is only going to depreciate and, as the Black Undertow Effect allows more and more Black people to take over the city infrastructure, police, district attorney's, and the mayor, city council members and entire governing apparatus will be Black.

Just like in Philadelphia, a city where Black-Run America (BRA) is rapidly approaching its logical conclusion. It started with random attacks on white people (and Asians in the horrible - because it is overwhelmingly Black - school system); now you have home invasions.

Words like 'freedom' and 'liberty' are tossed around frivolously in contemporary America. As long as BRA is the law of the land and a white person fears for their safety in a Black Undertow city, neither words can be used to describe life in America.

Monday, September 26, 2011

You've Gone a Million Miles, How Far'd You Get?

I'm still going through the SBPDL Reader Survey answers. More than 650 people responded to this survey (and at 18 questions, invested a considerable amount of their time to provide invaluable feedback that will only help me make this site better), which is, undeniably amazing.

Perhaps foolish to compare, but could a magazine like National Review, The Weekly Standard, or The American Conservative (sic) get that many responses? Does the latter even have 650 subscribers?
That so many people responded to the reader survey is a testament to the loyal readers that SBPDL has developed, and to the readers who have E-mailed friends with links to this site, Web sites and Blogs that have linked to us (adding legitimacy in the process), and a growing belief by normal people around this country - and throughout the Western world - that something is seriously wrong.

 I know that this site has evolved; from the early days with the Al Jolson logo and numbered posts to more in-depth pieces after the Omar Thornton Massacre; and finally to discussing the reality of Black criminality, the manufacturing of positive images of Black people through media and film (check out the latest Paul Kersey column on Dolphin Tale over at, a movie that only the tea party hating Morgan Freeman could add Black legitimacy to!), and how sports - primarily college and professional football - provided the ammunition necessary to induce complete integration, because white fans and coaches were conditioned to believe only teams filled with Black athletes would be successful.

The paralells between South Africa capitulating to pressure to end Apartheid (with the desire to once again participate in International Rugby from which they were banned) and the Southeastern Conference (SEC) schools in the south integrating their football teams is one that is so alarmingly similar it needs to be explored. Visit the ruins of Birmingham, Mobile, Montgomery, Memphis, Atlanta, Augusta, Clayton County (Georgia), Columbia, and any other southern city with a discernible "ghetto" or "hood" (polite, but universally, accepted way to describe a majority Black city or area) and you could easily be walking in the ruins of Johannesburg or other cities in South Africa with unspeakable levels of Black crime and Black-induced depravity.

I set a goal that by the end of the summer of 2011, that I'd be higher ranked on then Steve Sailer's blog (which has been around for more than 10 years). It happened.

Now it's time to set some new goals:

1) Cleaner entries (grammar, punctuation, sentence structure, etc.)
2) Get SBPDL Episode II: 365Black Days of Judging By Content of Character out by Oct. 31
3) Keep the Blogspot site going (as an archive primarily), but slowly move to a new, secure URL. This will be professionally designed and incorporate many of the suggestions from the survey.
4) More YouTube videos by Paul Kersey
5) More collaboration with other bloggers (OneSTDV, GLpiggy, Mangan, Lawrence Auster, OD, Unamusment Park, and others) as a whole new movement is underway in America, one de-centralized and growing. This is largely fueled by the Internet, where discussion of what has been termed Black-Run America (BRA) can transpire freely. Those searching for the truth can find it; and they can be inspired by it.
6) Finish editing Next Man in Hell, a superhero/ fiction story that will be released 11/11/11.
7) Starting Wednesday (yes, this Wednesday) do a weekly podcast.
8) Work harder to make Stuff Black People Don't Like the premier Web site for learning about The Standard, Black-Run America, Climate Change, Disingenuous White Liberals (DWL), Fictional Black Images (via Hollywood, television shows, and commercials), the Black Undertow Effect, The Opiate of America, and one of the best sites to learning about the upcoming 2012 Presidential Election, where we all learn how far the concept of post-racial America actually got (the illusion is going to come crashing down, hard).
9) Start the Nelson Mandela Count-down clock. His death marks the end of the DWL dream for post-racial South Africa and will provide a moment of great clarity for what a majority non-white America could look like.
10) Start the SBPDL Guide to Major American Cities, providing ample evidence as to why cities like Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis, Atlanta, Birmingham, Chicago, Denver, Dallas, New Orleans, Tulsa, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Baltimore, and many others should be avoided at all costs, especially by young people (like me) looking to start a family and potentially purchase a home as an investment. Buying anywhere near a Black Undertow area where Climate Change could transpire quickly is a horrible investment; we'll start talking about cities that offer true Sustainability; Sustainability from the Black Undertow.
11) Try and do three # (numbered) posts a week.
12) Come up with a better title for Opiate of America, the book on college football and how the integration of the sport led to any opposition of Black-Run America from materializing because Predominately White Institutions (PWI) alumni, coaches, and fans became convinced that winning meant lowering academic standards (and character standards) and admitting Black athlete-students who grew up in cities they assiduously avoid in real-life.
13) Right now, this site attracts 5,000 readers a day. The goal is double that by Dec 31, 2011.
14) Keep having fun. I'm a normal guy who started a blog, dedicating time and effort into seeing it grow. SBPDL is a reflection of topics that I'm interested in, and it will continue to be such. With this in mind, a move to a new URL (off of Blogspot, but keeping this site as an archive) must be made.

That's really it, the key to life: keep having fun. No matter how bad things might seem, how bleak and hopeless the current situation might be, if you can maintain a positive outlook and persevere, you're well on your way to success.

Doing Stuff Black People Don't Like hasn't exactly been a boon to my professional career, but life goes on and new opportunities present themselves. They always will for people who never give up.

The time to take SBPDL to another level is now.

We'll have a new post up tonight, but I just wanted to thank everyone who reads and links to SBPDL.

Saturday, September 24, 2011

Line Unbroken: Southern Methodist University White Running Back Zach Line Succeeds Despite "The Standard"

Zach Line got one scholarship offer: to play linebacker from SMU
Never forget what happened in 2009, when Stanford white running back Toby Gerhart won the Doak Walker Award and came in second in the Heisman Trophy vote. Coming out of high school, Stanford was the only school to offer Gerhart the opportunity to be a feature tailback. The University of Southern California wanted him to play fullback and other schools thought he'd be better suited as a linebacker.

Never forget what pioneering recruiting guru Tom Lemming said about how college recruiters no longer recruit white players to play certain positions like tailback, corner back, and wide receiver, positions that fans and coaches alike have been conditioned to believe where only Black athletes can excel.

Take the words of former Southern Methodist running back Eric Dickerson on the issue:
"They can’t compete with us,” NFL Hall of Fame running back Eric Dickerson once said. "The black athlete, especially at that position, is faster, more elusive. That’s a position made for agility.

"It’s kind of like our chosen position.”
Chosen position or just a position that few white athletes get the chance to play in college, negating opportunities for white running backs in the National Football League (NFL)? Just look at the criticism running back Jacob Hester took at Louisiana State University (LSU) in 2007 from predominately Black defenses, who questioned why he wasn't playing at the Air Force Academy. Just look at the criticism Peyton Hillis took in 2010 from predominately Black defenses in the NF, even as he ran over, around and through them on his way to being the first white running back to run for more than 1,000 yards in a season in 20 seasons. 

Draft analysts questioned whether Toby Gerhart could succeed as a running back in the NFL before the 2010 draft (he would picked by Minnesota), largely due to The Standard being applied to his being a white running back.

One has to wonder how many white players coming out of high school, who excelled at running back, wide receiver, corner back or safety were switched to play another position - or just weren't recruited - because of The Standard being applied and the belief that white kids aren't fast enough (blessed with enough speed) to compete for the big time conference teams.

Enter Southern Methodist University (SMU) white running back Zach Line. In 2010, he nearly ran for 1500 yards, challenging Eric Dickerson's single-season rushing record at the school. In a game against Northwestern State on September 18, 2011, he broke the SMU record for touchdowns in a game. He's in the top ten in rushing yards for the season (and the nation's scoring leader) thus far in the Football Bowl Championship (FBS) classification, after scoring three more touchdowns and tallying 136 yards rushing in a 42-0 blitz of Memphis today.

And he's done all of this despite being recruited to play linebacker at SMU, after putting up huge numbers in high school as a running back. No school wanted him to play running back for them in college (after all, he's one of those hundred's of white running backs Tom Lemming said that doesn't get the chance to play college ball because of The Standard).

Here's what the Memphis Commercial Appeal wrote about Zach Line:

He was recruited to SMU to play linebacker, a position at which he excelled during a standout prep career in Oxford, Mich.

As he prepares for Saturday's Conference USA game against the University of Memphis at Liberty Bowl Memorial Stadium, Zach Line's objective is to punish linebackers who obstruct his well-worn path to the end zone.

Line is SMU's unlikely star, a 6-1, 230-pound running back who held no scholarship offers from Football Bowl Subdivision programs out of Oxford High, but who enters Saturday's game tied for the national lead in scoring (16 points per game) and atop C-USA in rushing (109 yards per game).

''He's a big bruiser back, but he has enough agility and speed to punish you,'' said Tiger co-defensive coordinator Galen Scott. ''And he's averaging six yards a carry. He's good at what he does and they're good up front.''

Even though he has eight touchdowns in three games -- including a school-record five in last week's 40-7 win over Northwestern State -- Line isn't in the midst of a breakout season. That was last fall when Line earned first-team All C-USA honors by rushing for 1,494 yards, the second-highest total in SMU history and trailing former Mustang and NFL great Eric Dickerson.

It's been an ideal marriage between Line and SMU, one arranged by Bill Keenist, the Detroit Lions' senior vice president of communications. Keenist's son played with Line in high school and Keenist sent a DVD of Line's highlights to SMU coach June Jones, a former quarterbacks coach for the Lions.

Jones had every intention of playing Line at linebacker, where he had 154 tackles, eight forced fumbles and four fumble recoveries as a high school senior.

''They recruited me as a linebacker, but on the first day of spring ball (in 2009) they moved me to running back,'' Line said. ''They told me they needed somebody at running back.

''I had put my running highlights on my (high school DVD) so I think they knew I could play a little bit. I was a pretty good blocker and I think my wrestling background helped me become a blocker.''

Line was used mostly as a short-yardage back as a freshman and ended his first season with 189 yards. Last year, he started 12 of 14 games and was largely responsible for SMU's first West Division title and its first back-to-back bowl appearances in 25 years. Line's rushing total was the most ever by a Jones-coached running back.

''I think Coach Jones gained some confidence in me last year,'' Line said. ''When the passing game wasn't working, we'd run the ball. We ended up running more than normal (516 pass attempts, 304 rush attempts).
''Teams still have to defend the pass against us. That puts them in a rough spot. We still run four-wide sets every time, we have four receivers who are fast and can get down the field in a hurry. So they have to cover that and then we can hit the draw play or the trap play.''

Mostly a power back in high school, Line said he had to learn ''how to make people miss'' in college.
Line said he had trimmed from 242 pounds to 225 upon making the switch to running back, but has settled into an effective playing weight of 230.

''Zach is a very good inside runner,'' Jones said. ''He's tough with quick steps. And he can block. Zach is a good football player.''
 Running a 4.6 40-yard-dash (the end-all, be-all metric used to gauge speed by college and NFL scouts), Line's only offer for a college scholarship from SMU is indicative of the challenges that white athletes face from college evaluating services like and, which dictate which players colleges will try and secure a commitment from. Check out this article from, where you learn Line's father played at Michigan State and he had hoped to line up for the Spartans:

Sophomore Zach Line, a Michigan native, didn't know much at all about SMU when coach June Jones called to offer him a scholarship.

"I had never even been to Dallas," Line said. "I just knew SMU was a small school in a big city."

But Line bought into Jones' plan to rebuild the Mustangs -- and the warmer Texas weather -- and is helping to make bowl trips an annual occurrence on The Hilltop. The 6-1, 225-pound running back collected 1,391 yards on 227 carries to lead Conference USA in rushing in 2010.

He'll be a big factor in the SMU offense in Thursday's Armed Forces Bowl against Army, a program that can appreciate a good, hard-nosed running back.

Line, though, didn't figure he'd be a Mustang as he played his senior year of high school in Michigan. Line thought he'd run around the Michigan State Spartans' backfield, attending his father's alma mater and playing for the school he'd cheered for as a kid. But Michigan State, like the rest of the Football Bowl Subdivision schools, didn't offer Line a scholarship.

That's when Bill Keenist, the Detroit Lions' senior VP of communications, decided to help. Keenist's son had played with Line at Oxford High School, and Keenist was convinced that Line could play at a top college football program. So he sent a DVD of Line's exploits to Jones, a former coach for the Lions who was at Hawaii.

"A week later Coach Jones called and said they wanted me to visit Hawaii, but that was postponed and the next thing I know he's at SMU," Line said. "He called and said I needed to send him another tape because he couldn't take that tape from Hawaii."

Jones saw what he thought was a capable linebacker and recruited Line to SMU. But once Jones and the staff started slotting guys into positions, they moved Line to running back.

"Bill Keenist knew what we were looking for in a running back," Jones said. "We want a guy that can block a guy off the edge and has quickness to run the ball when we hand it to him. Zach will block anybody and he can run."

Last year, as a freshman, Line was the blocking back for Shawnbrey McNeal, who rushed for more than 1,000 yards. Line did find the end zone a handful of times in short-yardage situations, but was primarily a blocker. This season, having more carries has allowed him to show not only his toughness in carrying tacklers for extra yards but also his elusiveness.

"He has real good inside running instincts," Jones said. "We didn't give him the ball enough on some runs last year to really see that. He can run faster than what guys think he can run."

Jones said Line probably runs a 4.6-second 40-yard dash. That speed combined with his powerful frame has made Line a critical part of the offense. He credits losing 17 pounds in the offseason -- dropping from 242 to 225 -- with allowing him to add a little quickness.

"Coming in here, I felt a lot quicker, more shifty," Line said. "I took it upon myself that to do what I wanted to do, I had to lose weight. My quickness is in the box running and side to side. Getting 10 yards in the box is hard to do and that's what they're looking for. I feel like I can do that."
 Before this season is out, don't be surprised if Zach Line breaks Eric Dickerson's rushing yards in a season record at Southern Methodist University. Accomplishing this despite the running back position - in the words of Dickerson - being the chosen position for Black athletes.

Actually, it's a position that white athletes don't get the chance to play that often because of The Standard. When they do, it's hard to hold the line of white athletes not being talented enough to be a feature running back. Even when they were initially recruited to play linebacker, the lone offer they received to play college ball.

Just look at what Zach Line is doing for SMU.

How many white kids out there playing football in high school on Friday nights all across the country, never get the chance to play for their favorite college team (remember, Line wasn't recruited by Michigan State, the school he grew up loving) because of The Standard, the belief that white guys aren't talented enough to compete in a sport that fans and coaches have been conditioned to believe only Black people can excel in? 

Friday, September 23, 2011

Two Black Guys in Tulsa Allegedly Execute White Couple Ethan Nichols and Carissa Horton (But Did They Stop at Chicken Hut?)

An image of Darren Price from his ABC interview, AFTER he had executed two whites
Black people always point to the legacy of the Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Oklahoma with a sense of nostalgia, fondness, and melancholy. That it was basically a glorified strip mall (which, consequently, non-existent Black purchasing power in 2011 prohibits from being erected in majority Black communities) notwithstanding, the descendants of those who built the Black Wall Street in Tulsa have regressed to the mean.

Meaning, when a Black person is shot at the popular Chicken Hut restaurant, Black people will act like nothing is wrong and step over the dying body in pursuit of said chicken. That happened in March of 2010, and only two months later more gun shots rang out at that exact same Chicken Hut location. Black people, Tulsa, and Chicken Hut... what a combination!

The Black crime rate in Tulsa is so bad that even Black residents of the city refer to it as Thug Town:
Worse, Tulsa - with a Black population of 15 percent - is commonly denoted as 'Thug Town' by its BLACK POPULATION. White people are reminded not to call Black people thugs, but Black people openly call their city Thug Town.

One entrepreneur and businessman started the magazine Urban Tulsa Weekly, which publishes the special "Tulsa Crime Monthly" to showcase rampant criminality in the city once described as the home of Black Wall Street (it's on Facebook here).

The Black Wall Street has become Thug Town. The state of Black America in a nutshell can be found in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Now comes a story that will be promoted by only the local news channels in Tulsa and the usual suspects on the Internet. CNN, MSNBC, FOX News and other national media won't fly to Tulsa to film tearful stories on the murder-execution of the young white couple Ethan Nichols and Carissa Horton. They were murdered by two Black guys, one who even returned to the scene of the crime and gave an interview with a reporter on the horrifying murder at a park he brings his kids to!:
Police say the two men arrested on murder charges showed no remorse for their alleged crimes.

Darren Price, 19, and Jerard “Jirao” Davis are accused of ambushing, robbing and shooting a young couple at Hicks Park in east Tulsa on Sunday night.

The bodies of Ethan Nichols, 21, and Carissa Horton, 18, were found on the jogging trail the next day by a couple walking their dog.

Tulsa Police patrol, homicide detectives and the Northern Oklahoma Violent Crimes Task Force tracked down Darren Price just hours after the bodies were found, he was in Ethan’s car.

Police arrested Davis not long after Price’s arrest and found the suspected murder weapon inside his apartment, not far from Hicks Park.

In an exclusive interview the parents of Ethan and Carissa share their children’s story and their dedication to Christ.

Ethan worked at Blue Bell Creamery and had his Associates degree and wanted to be a graphic designer. His family says he loved Frisbee golf and was an active guy. 

Police say the suspects, Darren Price and Jerard Davis, showed no remorse.

“They are right where they need to be in this society. We need to warehouse them and that's where they need to be for the rest of their life. If there is any case for a death penalty case this would be one of them," says Tulsa Police Homicide Sergeant Dave Walker.

Ethan’s father is fighting to forgive the men who took away his youngest child.
"I know I have to forgive to be forgiven but I can't find it in my heart for them to,” says Scott Nichols. Ethan’s mother believes he will find forgiveness.

“I can't say I want them condemned to hell because that wouldn't be any better. If they have a chance to know Christ, and really truly know Christ then they will know and realize and feel the anguish they have they have caused by killing absolutely two loving and innocent, wonderful kids," says Mrs. Nichols. "It is so important for us to know, we cannot, I will allow none of my family to see revenge or seek hatred in their hearts because that is Satan. We wouldn't be any better for them.”

Carissa’s mother believes all the anger in the world will still not bring her daughter and her boyfriend back.

"Tulsa needs to know that these were two innocent children. Not doing anything wrong. Their lives were taken in a horrifying way,” says Mrs. Nichols.

They warn others that this can happen to any innocent person. “Continue to remind their kids not to put themselves in a vulnerable position," says Mr. Nichols.

"Don't turn your back on anybody it's just not right. If Tulsa can step up and take hold of that and at least love each other a little bit maybe we can stop some of this next time,” says Mrs. Nichols. 
Sigh. The family of those two lovers murdered (execution-style) by two remorseless Black thugs have learned nothing. The lives of their children were taken by Black thugs - one who even returned to the scene of the crime to do an interview with the local ABC affiliate!!! - execution-style. Execution-style!

Nick Stix mentioned this here, but let me quote what was written by Phil Price at KTUL-ABC:
In a bold and brazen move that has stunned even Tulsa police homicide detectives, one of the men arrested in connection with the killing of two young adults, actually gave an interview at the scene of the crime with Tulsa's Channel 8 less than an hour after the bodies were discovered.

The shocking discovery came to light a day after Darren Price was arrested in connection with the execution style killing of Ethan Nichols and Carissa Horton Sunday Night.

Hours before his arrest however, Price returned to the park where he made small talk with a KTUL photojournalist then agreed to speak on camera about what was taking place.

In the interview Price is asked what he thought about the crime scene and had this to say, " I thinks its real crazy. I bring my kids out here to play. Got to raise the question, is it safe to even walk around this town with people just dying and stuff."

He goes on to add that, "It don't make me feel real easy and I stay close by here."

Chilling when we have just learned some of the details into these senseless killings.

Police say Nichols and Horton arrived at the park shortly before 9:30 p.m. Sunday.
And according to police, Darren Price and Jirao Davis had allegedly agreed to rob the couple after ambushing them.

What? Calling what Darren Price did "bold and brazen" shows how evil these Perfidious White Journalists (PWJs) are; the actions of Darren Price going back to the scene of the crime, where he executed two white people are stupid and evil. The same kind of evil and stupidity on display when hundreds of Black people stepped over the dying body of a Black person at the Chicken Hut in Tulsa back in March of 2010.

One wonders if Darren Price and Jirao Davis were two of those hundreds of Black people who walked over the dying body of a Black person that fateful night at Chicken Hut?

Two fine, sterling representatives of "The Blacks" execute two white kids (a loving couple) in Tulsa, a town renowned for once producing a great Black Wall Street that no majority Black city can replicate in 2011. You can bet that Darren Price and Jirao Davis were regular visitors to the Chicken Hut in Tulsa; you can bet that the children Ethan Nichols and Carissa Horton will never have the opportunity to have and raise would have paid for the EBT/SNAP card that would have enabled Price and Davis' unwanted progeny to eat. And Section 8 Vouchers.

And the free lunch program at the public school. And TANF welfare.

The day will come when a representative of "The Blacks" guns down the wrong person; the wrong son; the wrong daughter; the wrong husband; the wrong wife; the wrong grandparent. On this day, the response to the media won't be to turn the other cheek.

Right now, Ron Unz over The American Conservative (Sic) can write about the end of white America and state:
Yet during the two decades that followed, Southern California underwent an enormous immigration-driven demographic transformation, creating a new Los Angeles which was almost 80 percent non-white and a surrounding region in which whites no longer held even a mere plurality.

This sweeping racial shift, involving the movement or displacement of over ten million people, might easily rank as the largest in the peacetime history of the world and is probably matched by just a handful of the greatest population changes brought about by war. The racial transformation in America’s national population may be without precedent in human history.
That great racial transformation is bringing violence to cities that once had low crime rates. Take Denver for instance, where a combination of Black and Mexican (illegal alien) violence is causing the dwindling white population to demand more and more police presence and protection.

Unz, you are a liar. You run a magazine that you have poured millions into bankrolling and keeping afloat (turning it into a non-profit when subscribers left and readership plummeted); you dedicate resources to pay salaries for a full-time staff to actively undermine true American conservatism and congratulate you on writing articles with dubious facts; and you claim raising the median wage will save America.

You fail to mention that white people flee cities that the Black Undertow have taken over and you fail to mention that white people have fled the state of California, which the Brown Undertow from Mexico has made unlivable.

And those white people stuck in cities like Tulsa, Oklahoma, get to enjoy the glories of living near the descendants of the forever gone Black Wall Street.

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Good Riddance Troy Davis

DWL meet Organized Blackness: A Hilarious Photo Captured at the Troy Davis Execution
Justice: Most Americans love the concept. Good triumphing over evil. Right defeating wrong.

Those who have hitched their meal-ticket to promoting and promulgating what has been deemed Black-Run America (BRA) do not like justice. They believe only in The Standard. By a strange twist of fate a white supremacist was executed in Texas the same night that Troy Davis, a darling of Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) the world over was executed in Georgia. Davis had the luxury of being a Black murderer on death-row, instantly making him a celebrity in the DWL community.

MSNBC and CNN covered the crowds outside the Jackson Courthouse in Georgia, holding vigils and rallies in defense of a convicted cop-killer. That he happened to be Black is the sole reason that Organized Blackness, DWLs and the ambiguously gay Anderson Cooper (what are you staring at?) spent so much time whining over the horrifying notion of justice being served and Davis being executed.

On NBC's Today Show, Star Jones (a member of Organized Blackness), decided that O.J. Simpson getting away with murder by paying millions to top lawyers never transpired:
During the weekly "Today's Professionals" panel discussion in the 9 a.m. ET hour of Thursday's NBC "Today," while on the subject of the execution of Troy Davis, attorney Star Jones used the opportunity to proclaim: "You're never going to see a rich, white man being put to death in the United States of America. That's not going to happen right now."
Advertising executive Donnie Deutsch called out Jones for her statement: "Would you see a rich, white man that brutally premeditatedly killing a police officer? Is it that rich, white guys are much less prone to do violent crimes than poor African-Americans?'ve got to be careful of the race thing here."

Jones tried to explain her remarks: "I was very clear in what I said and I meant that. A rich, white man in the United States of America is going to hire the proper attorneys. And the proper jury consultants that they will not face the same situation as a poor minority." She then admitted: "It's less about race and more about access to resources."

Thank God O.J. had those resources or else we would have seen a repeat of the 1992 LA riots all across America (or at least in cities with a prominent Black population). 
How many rich white guys kill cops? For that matter, why doesn't someone remind "Star" Jones that 51 percent of the murderers in 2010 were Black people (when you consider that more than 1 million Black males are in jail already, that number is extra-astounding). Aren't Black people roughly 13 percent of the population?

Ann Coulter wrote an important column discussing the hysteria that DWLs and Organized Blackness made over Troy Davis. Let it be known that last night, when Anderson Cooper relayed the news that Davis had been executed, three friends and I popped open a bottle of champagne.

Watching the crowd gathered in Jackson cry and whine over a cop killer being executed had never tasted so good, knowing that somewhere, the family that Davis deprived of a father, husband, and son found closure. Officer Mark MacPhail never got to watch his son grow, never had the opportunity to kiss his wife again, nor make positive contributions to society all because he tried to break up a fight at Burger King in 1989.

That Davis languished in prison for 22 years after being convicted of killing MacPhail is a whole, hell'uva lot longer than he would have lasted outside of jail considering the high rates of fratricide within the Black community.

There's a reason that heroes like Wyatt Earp, Elliot Ness, and other lawmen resonate with one segment of America, and there's a reason why fictional heroes like the right-wing vigilantes The Punisher, Batman, Daredevil, and the aristocratic Zorro continue to endure in popularity: the state believes it must monopolize the use of legitimate violence, whereas most Americans tend to agree with the primary message in The Boondock Saints, that the only real evil is the indifference of good men.

The entire story of Bruce Wayne deciding to don a cap and cowl and fight crime is due to his - correct - belief that the state monopoly over the legitimate use of violence must be challenged. The world that Christoper Nolan has created in Batman Begins, The Dark Knight and The Dark Knight Rises is perhaps the most poignant expression of a right-wing hero ever captured, and his quest to challenge authority in a world dominated by DWLs... is the right choice.

As stated in a previous entry, that The Dark Knight is one of the biggest movies ever made (in terms of box office receipts) shows how healthy our society actually is and why cause for despair needs to be abandoned. The Batman story resonates with normal people because he dares challenge a decadent state and its monopoly on violence.

The United States of America is dominated - at every level of government, academia, media, militarily, and corporate - by DWLs and infected with a DWL mentality. These true believers (many are just sociopaths clinging desperately to whatever philosophy or ideas will bring them positions of power) stand against the wills of white America and are doing everything in their power to elect a new people.

Troy Davis got what he deserved; it is my hope that the MacPhail family found closure in his execution. That it took 22 years for justice to occur is a testament to the deep rot that DWLsMacPhail families loss 22 years ago in a Burger King parking lot indicts tells us all we need to know about the proponents of Organized Blackness and DWLs.

Good riddance Troy Davis. Justice has been done.

Here's a CNN story on the Troy Davis story. It should be noted that this entire incident happened in Savannah, a city overwhelmed with Black crime and violence.

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech, and a hell of an .... Management Major? Academic Rigors for Black Football Players at Georgia Tech

Future Engineers? Not so much.

 "The South stands at Armageddon," brayed Georgia Governor Marvin Griffin to the regents. "The battle is joined. We cannot make the slightest concession to the enemy in this dark and lamentable hour of struggle. There is no more difference in compromising the integrity of race on the playing field than in doing so in the classrooms. One break in the dike and the relentless seas will rush in and destroy us."

Never forget this quote when you consider the extraordinary lengths that the schools discussed in this article have gone to in accommodating Black athlete-students (and in trying to add Black undergraduates) to the two biggest schools in Georgia.
When the University of Georgia and the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) meet on the football field this November for the annual "good, clean old fashioned hate" grudge match, a most curious scene will unfold. UGA sports a team of more than 75 percent Black players, the vast majority of whom rely on "special admit"- in 1999-2000, 94 percent of the football team were 'special admits' compared to only seven percent of the general student body -  status to gain admission to the university. Once there, most of these Black athletes are 'clustered' in the Housing major, the easiest academic path at UGA. 

The Atlantic Monthly recently lamented the shame of college football for taking advantage of underprivileged Black athletes; in reality, it is only athletic ability that grants acceptance and a lowering of academic standards to Black athletes whose intellectual abilities are lacking and would forever keep them from being granted admission to a school like UGA or Georgia Tech. Both schools bend over backwards trying to attract and accommodate Black undergraduates, but maintaining high academic standards for admission precludes such Utopian hopes from coming to fruition.

Competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) and trying to maintain its status as one of the top public institutions for higher learning in the country, Georgia Tech has gone much farther than UGA in accommodating Black football players at the school and integrating their academic deficiencies into the curriculum of the institution. In the bad old days of segregation, Georgia Tech fielded all-white football teams (up until 1970) and won plenty of games, national acclaim and championships.

Many of these white student-athletes would go on to earn degrees in electrical, chemical, industrial, mechanical, and other assorted engineering disciplines. But with integration of college football in the South came the belief that only recruiting Black athletes could bring fame, fortune, and glory to the school. Remember, the top recruiting guru Tom Lemming has admitted massive discrimination goes on against white running backs, defensive backs, receivers and other skilled position players, all because college coaches have been conditioned to believe Black athletes are bigger, stronger, and faster.

Georgia Tech's current coach, Paul Johnson, does not recruit white skilled position players on offense. He didn't do this at Naval Academy, nor did he do this at Georgia Southern. He plays Black players at the quarterback, fullback, and hybrid tailback/running back positions in his famed "triple option" attack. Funny, the school plays at Bobby Dodd Stadium, named for a football coach that famously retired so that he didn't have to recruit Black football players.

Sports Illustrated published this story on Bobby Dodd and his Georgia Tech football team back in 1957, detailing a football that was all-white, and student-athletes who were actually sold on going to Tech to earn an engineering degree:
The "kids" are one of the real anomalies in big-time college football. Because of Tech's high academic standards their football players must be scholars in fact as well as name. This keeps many of the beefy tackle types away from Tech and has forced Dodd to replace size with speed. Yet Dodd makes his system work in one of the toughest conferences in the country—the Southeastern.

"Some schools go all over the country to get players. Here at Tech, we try to get the local boy. I believe if you have local boys you will have a better team. Me, for instance, I can talk to a boy from this area in my language and he'll understand me. We have something in common. A kid from up North—well, it's just not the same. I can take a boy from the Southeast and fire him up so he'll play 110% of what he's capable. Now I don't know why it should be that way, but it is.

"Another funny thing. Generally, a southern boy hasn't got the physical size that kids from Pennsylvania or Texas or the Midwest have. But they've got this unbelievable spirit and willingness. I think you get a bunch together from the same region and they're going to play better together because they have this common background—a common understanding—that makes for better teamwork. Anyhow, we try to get the local boy.

"We rely on Tech's scholastic and football records as the persuader. And, of course, public relations. A coach, he's got to be a public relations man, a salesman. You have a product to sell—in this case, Georgia Tech—and you go out and sell it the best way you know how. Technical education is a big help. We turn out engineers. Everyone wants to hire engineers. The kids, they get jobs a year before they get out of school and they make good money. And you've got to realize that our football tradition helps, too. We've been in six bowls the last six years. Won every one of them. Been in eight bowls since I became head coach 12 years ago. I think kids like a winner."
 Watching Georgia Tech play football now, you get a weird feeling that none of these kids belong at an academically strenuous like the Tech. The crowd is almost all-white (the student body and alumni being overwhelmingly white, though foreign students from India and China spend their Saturday's in the school library studying). Yet a team of predominately Black athlete-students representing one of the most respected engineering institutions on the football field? What would Dodd think?

How many of these Black athletes even major in engineering? The answer might shock you:
When Jay Finch arrived at Georgia Tech, he wasn't just interested in being a lineman for the Yellow Jackets football team. He wanted to study architecture, too.

 Then he talked with some student advisers, who gave him a dose of reality.

"They were like, 'You can expect anywhere from 100 to 120 hours of studio time,'" Finch recalled. "I said, 'Oh, like in a month.' And they were like, 'No, in a week.' And I was like, 'On top of football?'"

With that, Finch hopped aboard the M Train.

At Georgia Tech, where the famous fight song proclaims "I'm a heck of an engineer," nearly 70 percent of the football team (43 of 62 players) has chosen to major in management, a business degree dubbed the "M Train" by those on campus who consider it an easier route to a diploma than the school's renowned engineering program.

But the Yellow Jackets are hardly the only school where players tend to congregate in the same fields of study. There are four others universities where at least half the sophomores, juniors and seniors playing football are pursuing the same degree, The Associated Press found in a survey of the 68 schools in the conferences which receive automatic bids to the Bowl Championship Series, plus Notre Dame and Big East-member-to-be TCU.

At Vanderbilt, it's human and organizational development (35 of 59). At UCLA, history is a big draw (27 of 47). At Wake Forest, there's been a gridiron run on the communications department (34 of 60). At Baylor, upset winners over TCU on the opening weekend of this season, expect to find a lot of big guys in general studies (27 of 53).

This is not mere coincidence, of course. While it's natural for a selected group of students — in this case, male athletes — to be interested in the same classroom subjects, it's also apparent many are drawn to courses that are more accommodating to their Saturday pursuit.

"I wanted to dedicate myself more toward football," conceded Finch, a sophomore center. "Yeah, I did take a little bit of the easier road. Management is still hard. You've still got to go to class.

"But," he added, "at least I'm not up 'til 3 in the morning drawing."

The trend is so prevalent it has its own name — clustering — and extends far beyond Georgia Tech, Vanderbilt, UCLA, Wake Forest and Baylor.

The AP survey, compiled from media guides, university websites and information provided by the schools, showed at least half the football players with declared majors at a dozen other universities are bunched in two fields of study. At 22 schools, 50 percent or more are pursuing a degree from a group of three majors.
That means more than half of the schools at the core of major college football — 39 of 68 teams — have some level of clustering.
Georgia Tech, for instance, receives more requests from the football team than any other for special admissions — enrollment for those who don't meet the standards applied to the overall student body. But officials at the Atlanta school point out management is one of the most rigorous business programs in the country, requiring everyone to take two calculus courses and two lab sciences.

"There's always going to be that tension," said Anderson Smith, the senior vice provost for academic affairs. "You've got to recruit who the best players are. But it's a much more heterogeneous population than what we have applying to Georgia Tech as regular students."

 How does that feel to have a school - renowned for its engineering program - to be represented by Black athlete-students majoring in the easiest, least academically rigorous curriculum? Georgia Tech students, walking around their campus - which is deep in the heart of Black-Run Atlanta - are known to sometimes questions whether a Black person on their campus is a potential robber or mugger, or a Management major.

 While an epidemic of violence against Georgia Tech students is ongoing - the perpetrators have all been Black residents of the Atlanta - with E-mail advisories sent out regularly to coeds warning of muggings, break-ins, car-jacking and other assorted violence on campus - leaving students always cautious when they see a Black face on campus.

It has been stated that the Management degree was created specifically in mind with the well-noted deficiencies that Black people when it comes to mathematics. To field a competitive football and basketball squad, Georgia Tech officials decided to allow Black athletes to circumvent the engineering discipline that brings acclaim, patents and students from all over the world to study there, and create the Management degree. 

According to a New York Times study on the geography of football fans, Atlanta is home to one of the most rabid fan bases in the country. Georgia Tech has the second-largest fan base in the ACC, larger than even UGA. The school has a huge footprint when it comes to its fan base:
Still, the S.E.C.’s average of about 1.1 million fans per team — not counting Texas A&M — sets a slightly lower bar than the Big Ten’s. Clemson (1.8 million fans), Georgia Tech (1.7 million) or Virginia Tech would improve upon it, while Missouri and West Virginia (1.0 million) are aren’t far from the league average and would do more to expand the conference’s geographic footprint.

It should be noted that

ForGeorgia Tech football players had the highest average SAT of any college football back in 2008, but that score - 1028 out of a possible 1600 - was 315 points lower than the average score of their classmates:
  • Football players average 220 points lower on the SAT than their classmates. Men's basketball was 227 points lower.
  • University of Florida won the prize for biggest gap between football players and the student body, with players scoring 346 points lower than their peers.
  • Georgia Tech had the nation's best average SAT score for football players, 1028 of a possible 1600, and best average high school GPA, 3.39 of a possible 4.0. But because its student body is apparently very smart, Tech's football players still scored 315 SAT points lower than their classmates.
For those who argue that Black athletes in collegiate sports should be paid (because they come from an underprivileged background), know this: if these Black students didn't excel at football or basketball, they wouldn't have a pray of getting into the school. As it is - at UGA and Georgia Tech - most of the Black athletes require "special admit" status to get in.

Steve Sailer recently noted that donations to college athletic departments (these are tax-exempt, one of the great scams in America) have continued to grow, even as the economy has faltered. A college football team is the most powerful symbol of the university, a source of pride for alumni to gloat about over cocktails and golf, and way to unite the the campus.

Georgia Tech has one of the top fight songs in college football. It goes:
I'm a Ramblin' Wreck from Georgia Tech, and a hell of an engineer—
A helluva, helluva, helluva, helluva, hell of an engineer.
 So the next time you see a Georgia Tech football game on, realize you are watching a team full of Management Majors, the easiest major at the school because the Black athletes on the field lack the mental acumen to earn an engineering degree. And because Paul Johnson is one of the college coaches who has bought into the "only Black athletes on the field give me a shot at winning" mentality. A hell of an engineer? Try a team full of Management majors - the graduation rates for Black players compared to whites is pretty bad - that require "special admit" to the school.

It should be noted that in 2010, Richard Lapchick published his annual College Football Bowl Bound Teams Black-White Graduation Disparity Guide and Georgia Tech had one of the lowest graduation rates for its Black players. This has become a hilarious tradition: each year, despite millions of dollars dedicated to tutoring athletes and keeping them eligible, we find out that the white-Black graduation gap only gets worse. Only 43 percent of Georgia Tech's Black football players graduated, compared to 75 percent of its white players. I guess a Management degree isn't so easy?

Funny to think that in 1956, Georgia Tech (fielding an an all-white team) almost didn't face Pittsburgh in the Sugar Bowl because the school played a Black player. Though they had faced a Notre Dame team in 1953 that had a Black player, this would be the first game after Brown v. Board had passed. Hundreds of Georgia Tech marched on the state capitol, not in support of the Black player from Pittsburgh, but because they didn't want Tech to boycott the Sugar Bowl! Football has - and will always - always played an integral role in the life of southerners, easily being the most popular sport in the region.

14 year later, Georgia Tech would finally integrate (though not before Bobby Dodd retired, always having coached all-white teams) and the first Black player would be Eddie McAshan.

Interestingly, he would be the first Black starting quarterback for a major southern school. Though he set school records (remember, most schools didn't start throwing the ball until the late 70s - 80s), he would throw a lot of interceptions and forever be remembered for the racial turmoil he brought to Atlanta :

McAshan broke into the starting lineup back when blacks were regarded as lacking the intellectual and leadership skills to play quarterback. His sophomore debut at Georgia Tech was hailed as a milestone in Jet and Ebony.

But before the final game of his senior year in 1972, everything exploded under a racially charged cloud that has followed Eddie McAshan along 18 years of detours and dead ends.

During those tense years when Southern college football was still largely segregated, mistakes - even misunderstandings - weren't tolerated. When it came to crossing the color barrier, you could step over the line, but not out of line.

``One of the first things you learned at Georgia Tech is that `Ma Tech' is unforgiving,'' said Karl Barnes, a teammate during the 1971-72 seasons. ``Ma Tech would knock you down, and the strong would get back up and keep going.''

McAshan and Ma Tech kept going, but in opposite directions, an estrangement that has lasted nearly two decades.

The old clippings McAshan had sealed in plastic tell of a shy young man who endured the special stresses of breaking a color barrier and bearing the racial taunts, the slashed tires and the lynchings in effigy.

So when the university denied McAshan's request for extra family tickets to the season-ending game against Georgia in 1972, ``It was what they call the last straw,'' McAshan said recently.

When McAshan skipped a practice to protest the decision, coach Bill Fulcher suspended him from the Georgia game, which Tech lost, then extended the suspension to include the Liberty Bowl against Iowa State.
Atlanta's black community rallied to McAshan's defense; Georgia Tech's athletic department and administration backed Fulcher. McAshan soon became a civil rights cause celebre, receiving advice from black activists who tried to organize a boycott of the Liberty Bowl. His black teammates, fearing the loss of their scholarships, crossed an NAACP picket line outside the Liberty Bowl but wore black armbands in a show of support.

While his backup led Georgia Tech to a 31-30 victory over Iowa State, McAshan sat outside the stadium in a white stretch limousine with Jesse Jackson, who would call him the ``Jackie Robinson of Southern college football.''
 ESPN, which promotes the concept of Black supremacy in athletics 24/7 (and acts as if legitimate sports weren't played until integration), published a hagiography to McAshan here, with these words:
Today, big-time college coaches are escorted onto the field, surrounded by security. Back then, a different kind of security was needed when McAshan came onto the field. They were there to keep him safe from racist fans. During his college career, McAshan's tires were slashed and his dorm room burned in a suspicious fire. As Tech's team bus drove across the Auburn campus at a game, McAshan saw himself hanging from a tree in effigy; and at first, guards at Auburn's stadium refused to allow him to enter the players' entrance because they didn't believe a southern university would have black players.

This story about Auburn is odd, because Auburn was recruiting Black players as early as 1968. In 1970, he first Black player debuted on the team (James Owens).Back then, freshmen were ineligible, so they played on the freshmen teams. McAshan stories are of racism are all dubious; he just wasn't a very good quarterback, basically a Reggie Ball.

Georgia Tech graduates should be embarrassed to be represented on the field by athletes who required "special admit" to garner admission to the school. They should be more embarrassed by the fact that a special major was set-up to help maintain their eligibility.