You Had a Bad Day Once, Didn’t You?

I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character
– Martin Luther King

Once a man has seen society’s black underbelly, he can never turn his back on it. Never pretend, like you do, that it doesn’t exist.

Rorschach from Watchmen

Paul Kersey isn’t going anywhere

There are a handful of people who know who is behind SBPDL. I’m no one special. Just someone who created a spoof of Stuff White People Like and then watched as Stuff Black People Don’t Like evolved into something entirely different from the original goal of ‘educating the world about the peculiarities of Black people.’

I’m proud of what SBPDL was and I’m also proud of what it has become.

This past July 4th weekend, Black violence was widespread throughout America. Milwaukee, Chicago, Baltimore, Mobile, Boston, Peoria and Indianapolis were cities where youths, packs of teens, Black people engaged in increasingly common Black behavior.

This Web site has never been about judging Black people based on the color of their skin; it was about judging by character. In Black-Run America (BRA), even judging Black people based on their behavior is grounds for being called a racist. Martin Luther King’s dream isn’t possible when poor Black character can be excused away as the legacy of slavery and Jim Crow, if it ever was possible.

Indianapolis is a town that couldn’t cancel the annual Black Expo and invested in 500 police and hundreds of volunteers to try and maintain some semblance of peace. This July 4th, more Black people engaging in behavior of questionable character added a few fireworks of their own to those exploding in the skies above. Their fireworks were aimed at people:

Police are investigating three separate shootings Downtown last night and early this morning that injured two teen-agers.
The violence occurred while thousands of people gathered Downtown for a fireworks display and other Fourth of July events.

City-County Councilman Ben Hunter said he felt safe Downtown and praised police protection efforts.

“If you look at our police presence at special events compared to other cities it is head and shoulders above theirs,” Hunter said.

A 17-year-old boy told Indianapolis Metropolitan police he was shot in the lower back while riding in a car with friends at Illinois and Market streets at about midnight Monday.

Notice that City-County Councilman Ben Hunter brags about the massive police presence needed to keep the peace – remember that Charlotte had to invest heavily in untold amounts of police to keep the peace and that many cities across America canceled their firework celebrations because the threat of Black violence would require costly security measures to maintain the illusion of safety – and realize what happens when you can’t judge people based on their character.

You can’t cancel a Black Expo; you can’t state that Black people are engaging in criminality that makes it impossible to enjoy a community event in a major city or a water park.

There are handful of people who know who Paul Kersey is, and it will stay that way. I’m very protective of my identity, because in Black-Run America (BRA) writing anything that dares to question the character of Black people is verboten and career suicide.

I hope you, dear reader, can read between the lines of that last paragraph and that you will understand why I now must do an emergency fundraiser.

If you value the work of SBPDL, please consider making a donation by going to PayPal (the link is in the left-hand corner above) or ordering a copy of Hollywood in Blackface or SBPDL Year One. All donations are appreciated – I’ll be sending out signed copies of the books to people who have made donations of $50 or more, so look for those in your mailbox soon – and, unfortunately, for the short-term – will be needed.

I’m not going to say anything else on the matter, and I’d ask that no one venture to any guesses as to what happened. The point is this: I created a blog that dares to point out the character flaws in a people who are above criticism, even though every single racial group does everything humanely possible to move away from them and privately understands that the stereotypes surrounding them are perfectly true.

For the next few weeks, you’ll see a lot more posts here as I gear up for the release of a book on superheroes and whiteness to coincide with Captain America: The First Avenger’s debut in the theaters.

There will be a book on college football coming out in August; and SBPDL Year Two comes out in late September.

I can’t pretend that society’s black underbelly doesn’t exist; turning my back on it and feeling sorry for myself because of the repercussions of doing SBPDL in a world governed by BRA is no longer an option.

Thank you to all readers who come here and support SBPDL; you make this site worth doing. Almost 5,000 come here daily, so I must be doing something right. Thank you to all Web sites and blogs that link to me on your blog roll.

Paul Kersey isn’t going anywhere.

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