Friday, September 12, 2014

Look What We Made Them Do!

Blacks are really hard on each other. The statistics are pretty clear.  But when the media discuss Blacks and violent crime, it's cute how they manage to talk about Blacks "getting shot" without mentioning "Blacks shooting." Your typical TV-watching idiot, by this time, probably does believe that the problem is evil White guys sneaking into the ghetto and murdering innocent Trayvons. That's certainly what he hears about on the news, and even more so on crime dramas on TV.

But when it's finally admitted that Blacks are rather more violent than Whites, or Eastasians, or whoever, it's certainly not their fault. Leaving aside the problem of whether Blacks have free will or not (White liberals seem to believe, subconsciously, that they do not), it's pretty clear that all their bad behavior is caused by Whitey. So we can suppose that their good behavior comes from inside.

But when they burn down a convenience store, even the wrong convenience store, it's only a cry for help, oppressed as they are by White folks the world over. I can hardly wait till it's maintained that knocking one's girlfriend unconscious in an elevator can be traced back to some kind of discrimination or other mistreatment at the hand of some White owner.

And somehow, the centuries of slavery and segregation, yadda yadda yadda, not only affect American Blacks, but somehow has resulted in bad behavior, maybe by astral projection or something, in their distant cousins in the homeland. At, Colin Liddell writes:


You're all familiar with the usual Liberal gumph about the problems of Blacks in modern Western societies being entirely down to the racist traumas they suffered under slavery and segregation centuries ago.

A hundred years from now, future Black dysfunction might well be put down to the nightmares their forbears suffered under the horrors of "White privilege" and the occasional "unkind word." But when it comes to the much greater traumas they suffer day-in-day-out at the hands of other Blacks that is irrelevant and quickly forgotten.

You see this phenomenon all the time in stories on Africa, like the recent report on African Union "peacekeepers" in the failed state that is Somalia, sexually exploiting and raping, in an entirely predictable way, young women — some as young as twelve — who come under their control. The BBC reports:
"African Union (AU) troops raped women and girls seeking medical aid or water from their bases in Somalia's capital, Mogadishu, a rights group says. The troops had 'misused' their power over women fleeing violence and poverty, Human Rights Watch (HRW) said. One Muslim girl, aged 15, reportedly had her headscarf ripped off before being raped. The AU, which has some 22,000 troops fighting militant Islamists in Somalia, says it will investigate the claims."
The AU will investigate the claims! Well, that's reassuring, except for the fact that this will probably involve yet more incontinent African soldiers interviewing nubile victims and possibly their younger sisters to, ahem, "get at the truth." No doubt there will be yet further sexual exploitation and rapes, some of which might even make the Pakistan rape gangs of Rotherham seem gentlemanly by comparison.

But that's just Africa for you. Africa is "trauma central," and was so even in the bad old days of slavery, although luckily none of the terrible things that happened to the slaves before they came to America had any bad effects on them. That was purely down to the awful White racism they encounteredafter they came into the hands of the White man.

As for the present trauma suffered at the hands of their fellow Africans in the guise of peacekeepers, well, these things happen. Luckily your average underage African girl is tough and resilient, and will pull through. It will soon be water under the bridge as far as White liberals and everyone else is concerned. But it would be a very different thing if the perpetrators had been White, because, in such cases, as proved by history and the affirmative action shakedown industry, the trauma stays and grows with each subsequent generation, snowballing with the generations and the centuries.

So great is the power of the White man that any act of violence he inflicts on Blacks will last centuries, break apart entire countries, and reduce any descendants of the original victims to endless poverty, dysfunction, and resentment.

So weak is the Black man that even the most terrible and horrific acts he commits against his own kind or Whites will evaporate from the public consciousness like dew in the desert. 


  1. As a 24 year, 5 time combat seasoned U.S. Army Officer, your site saddens me and gives all servicemembers discredit. It would seem that the wounds that I received in combat, for protecting the citizens of my country, mean nothing to the vile hate that some citizens put on the internet and would lessen the superlative work and history that our great African Americans have done for this nation. Sir, if you know anything of Africa, you would know the reason for them not getting on their feet is directly because of Europe and the United States not wanting them to. That is why they both are terrified of China and its now huge influence on the Continent. Africa will, in the next 20 years, become an economic and political force to deal with on earth, and the Chinese are dead set on ensuring that. What you call trauma is the United Nations last gasp at trying to control that continent. Very soon, there will be no more trauma in Africa, if you doubt, then why did "we" and not Africans, create AFRICOM?

  2. Anonymous White MaleSeptember 13, 2014 at 9:58 AM

    Work on your sarcasm. Someone could read this and miss the point that negroes are negroes and are incapable of anything else.

  3. The Doctor that saved my life from a fever so bad I was pissing black water and who treated my elder daughter's appendicitis is Black. Affects my attitude somewhat.

    As for Africa, Europeans, to include Americans and Russians (and their Cuban Sepoys) just stopped fucking around on the Continent in 1992 or so. Not saying Africans didn't do must of their problems to themselves, am saying we did a lot to make things worse.