So another black is killed in St. Louis and now I suppose we're in for yet more mob violence, looting, arson, shootings, etc. The new meme is a sandwich. Last time it was hands up, don't shoot. Before that it was Skittles. Now it's a sandwich:
Warning Profanity Ahead!
Wearing a hoodie, walking in the street, playing w/ toys & eating a sandwich are now Capital Offense. #ShawShooting #16Times #VonderritMyers
— Delonte (@mettawordlife83) October 9, 2014
Suspect's aunt cries: "they shot my Drew 16 times. All he had was a sandwich" ; fatal police shooting Klemm&Shaw So StL @FOX2now
— Andy Banker (@andybankertv) October 9, 2014
Not for one second will I believe the billfuckery that #VonderritMyers had a gun. Tell the truth. A crazy cop reacted to a sandwich.
— Taylor A. Jackson (@AngryBirdRED93) October 9, 2014
"He had a sandwich in his hand, and they thought it was a gun" damn! add sandwiches to the list of things we cannot carry...#VonderritMyers
— afrofuturistic gold (@sohumstudios) October 9, 2014
There's apparently a language barrier in the black community. When we think in terms of 'cause and effect', the black community thinks in terms of 'racism.' Blacks don't seem to understand that their own thoughtless or violent actions cause negative consequences; they also don't seem to understand that belonging to a group brings consequences when others in that group take thoughtless or violent actions. I'm speaking here of being an accomplice or an accomplice after the fact. For instance, being a member of a black flash mob.
Let's start with the fact that racism and cause and effect are two different things. Actually, I can't start with 'racism' directly, because the definitions of words mean different things to different people, depending on who they think they are. To most non-black people, racism means treating a particular person in an aggressive, hostile, or unfair way simply because of their race. Please notice that this definition doesn't pertain to any race in particular. Incredibly, the word racism means something completely different to an American black. To understand what the word 'racism' means to an American black, you must first understand that the word has for blacks become a gestalt for every ill. Think of it as the diametrical opposite of the word 'panacea.'
Black people in the USA have been taught from the cradle that everyone non-black hates them, and wants to keep them in the ghetto until they can finally be put back in the cotton fields, with 'massah crackin' de whip.' Now then, what I just wrote—some would argue—could itself be racist. Except for the inconvenient fact that every bit of it is absolutely true, even if not readily provable. It's like beating a child in the head routinely. That behavior may not be readily provable without a video, but you can nevertheless still extrapolate that apparent fact by raising your hand to the child and watching as he cowers and covers his head with his arms. You see, some things are just so obvious that demanding proof is itself, dishonest.
You wan't proof? I'll start with the recent death of Liberian visitor Thomas Duncan, the one who came to America after repeatedly lying about his contact with two victims of Ebola. Twitchy has the evidence and it's not pretty.
You know the black brother was going to pass away. Save the missionaries and let the brother die. http://t.co/GiaLM9bCEH
— Shawn Sawyer (@GordanGartrelle) October 8, 2014
I'm not surprised that out of three people treated in the US for ebola, it's the black one who dies. Negligence or racism? same shit..
— The Artful Thinker (@Dizzleboitellem) October 8, 2014
I'm not surprised the the one black man with #ebola died but all of the white patients survived. #shady #racism @cnn @texashealth
— backfencechat (@shadyhousewives) October 8, 2014
OF FUCKIN COURSE the black guy with Ebola dies... But if he were a white doctor....
— #JusticeForMikeBrown (@itsLeeYuh) October 8, 2014
You want some more proof? How about voting demographics? How about proof that everything in the known universe is apparently racist to black people. Courtesy of The Daily Caller, this litany of mind-boggling stupidity will leave you breathless in astonishment! You could literally spend the rest of the day clicking links in there and still not see it all. It's like the Smithsonian Institute of retards who scream 'racism'.
So, to make it simple for everyone to understand what racism means to black people, all that was necessary was to just change Toddler's Rules and substitute the word "racist" for "mine."
An African American's Rules for Racism:
- If I say it's racist, it's racist
- If it's a criticism of me, it's racist
- If it's a criticism of any black person, it's racist
- If you're white, you're a racist
- If you're white and better than me at anything, in any way, it's racist
- If whites and blacks are doing something beneficial or heroic together, blacks did it
- If whites and blacks are doing something harmful or nefarious together, whites did it
- If it just looks like racism, it's racist
- If I think it's racist, it's racist
- If I say it's not racist and then later change my mind, it was always racist
- Once you're a racist, you will always be a racist no matter what
- If you're white and you disagree with this list, it's because you're a racist