One of The Great Moments in Black History (GMBH) is Hurricane Katrina, for the aftermath of that storm offered the world a glimpse of what Black people are like unsupervised. It’s a pity that more cell phones with cameras and video technology weren’t around, because World Star Hiphop would have had a field day showcasing Black behavior at the Superdome and in other parts of New Orleans before Blackwater came in and cleaned up the problem.
Yes, I believe Blackwater (XE) was sent into New Orleans – this is a fact, with Blackwater being sent in before the National Guard – and that they probably killed a couple hundred lawless Black people; remember, stories of bodies being found were reported before the memo got out to not talk about the extraordinary levels of violence necessary to retake the city from those every decent white person moved away before the storm and its aftermath.
Not everyone spends hours of their time reading about crime, Mahogany Mobs, Black attacks on whites, etc. They don’t need to do this. They know the truth and live in areas of the country that exclude their families from such harsh realities as what was on display in Philadelphia recently, where a gang of Black people brandished weapons over a bus incident.
Social media and Black people’s willingness to document every act of depravity for the world to see (and upload it on the Internet) allows us the opportunity to see what white flight is leaving behind. The actions of Black people in Philadelphia – pulling out guns and firing into a bus over a simple misunderstanding – has gone viral. The haunting bus surveillance video doesn’t appear to capture a scene out of an American city, but a reminder of daily life in a city like Mogadishu.
Sadly, Southeastern Conference (SEC) football coaches probably recruited from this area of Philly in hopes of finding a Black running back or receiver who could run a 4.3 40 and, with enough tutoring, stay eligible to play on Saturday’s in the fall.
How many major American cities have emulated McDonald’s and gone 365Black? How many of these cities now protect and coddle a criminal element in their midst that no all-Black jury will ever put away for life, regardless of the heinous nature of their actions that should be classified as fratricide.
Isn’t that all Black-on-Black crime is; fratricide? Judging by this list of violent flash mobs – the correct term is Mahogany Mobs, with the participants being monochromatic – it appears
youths, gangs of teens Black people are engaging in a systematic war of intimidation across the nation, with the hopes that eventually a list of non-existent demands will be met and those who govern these cities will capitulate to more 365Black ideas.
If not, the Blacks will riot again, this time with far more devastating consequences. We’re talking 1968-style riots; we’re talking Paris suburbs style violence; we’re talking Black riots like the one that hit Tottenham in North London last night.
The United States government primary governing aim is the steady advancement of Black people; no impediment (be that lowering standards, implementing affirmative action or providing the bulk of the jobs necessary for creating an artificial Black middle class) will stop this objective and those who dare point out this 365Black agenda are immediately an enemy of the state.
Just look at the stated goal of every military branch: more, more, more Black people. Even the Marines, the proud Marines, must be inculcated in a steady stream of 365Blackness and water-boarded with the white guilt continuously.
I didn’t start SBPDL to start a crusade or some sort of movement. I have no answers. I’m just a guy in his mid-20s who spoofed Stuff White People Like and then saw the site evolve. But in doing this site for a little more than two years, I feel confident in saying that we have Mogadishu in our midst. All across America, indeed across what constitutes the West, we have Mogadishu in our midst.
Personally, I’ve taken a few hits for doing this site. What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger. In reading these stories of Mahogany Mobs attacking primarily white people throughout the nation, my anger finds new levels to attain. The Milwaukee incident – where Black people pulled white people out of their f&^%ing cars! – is a harrowing reminder of Mogadishu in our midst.
I read that a lot of people hope for that serendipitous moment (perhaps a deus ex machina) when everyone spontaneously wakes up to the reality of Black criminality. That moment has already happened. Just look at the where people – even white liberals – chose to live and raise a family.
Look at the ecological disaster surrounding every major big city in the nation, where white people have created a Whitopia only to abandon to create another Castle in the Sand that the Black Undertow will eventually overwhelm (quick note, but we are going green this week at SBPDL with a return of numbered posts and a look at the ecological disaster that tolerating the Black Undertow is having on the nation).
Wherever white people go to create a new Whitopia, inevitably the Black Undertow will follow. Cities – like Milwaukee, Chicago and Cleveland – are witness to a form of warfare through intimidation. The media remains willingly silent in the midst of these attacks, but the summer of 2011 is doing more to make people aware that these assaults are not isolated.
Mogadishu is not just a city in Somalia, but the state of many of America’s inner-cities. Worse, the Mogadishu mentality (commonly found among the inhabitants of these cities) is found in London, Paris and other parts of the West.
So what is to be done? How does one speak out? I don’t know. I’ve been deliberately cryptic regarding my situation, but I can now say that I did lose my position. I wasn’t outed… I was ousted. One day it will make a great story, but for now I’m interviewing for other jobs. Just know that my resolve in doing SBPDL is great. My dedication shouldn’t be questioned.
But I have no answers. Perhaps all we can do is survive what is coming, knowing that every institution in America (media, corporate, military, legal, academic) is wedded to the advancement of Black people and that multiple generations of leaders in all of these fields are well-versed in the 365Black vernacular. They have made careers lying to themselves to the point that they now believe the insanity they preach and actually desire replacing able Marines with a desired Blackness.
Politicians know not to say anything racist; hell, everyone knows you can’t do this or else you risk losing your vocational reputation, ability to make a living and will become a social pariah.
Though persisting in doing SBPDL might seem insane considering what happened, I would consider it insane not too keep going.
Mogadishu is in our midst. How many more more people must be pulled out of cars by Black people (like in Milwaukee at the Wisconsin State Fair) before someone with influence, private wealth and a desire to not build a Whitopia on a floating island because the United States turned into one big Blackhawk Down decides to act?
Decides to stand up and become a leader? Millions upon millions in this nation will follow. All they have to do is say enough, and you will see how big the ranks of Those Who Can See really are.
Will Philadelphia, Milwaukee, Chicago, Birmingham, Atlanta, Washington D.C., St. Louis or numerous others be a city where a white person (or a cop) shoots the wrong Black person and a massive, violent Mahogany Mob then goes on a rampage like what we saw in Tottenham in North London?
Let me end by saying this: I’m very optimistic about the future. It is unwritten and ultimately, the future is what we make of it. Sixty years of living in a country where our government and elected leaders (and every institution in America, public or private) slavishly surrenders to the concept of BRA must end.
The actions of Black people in Milwaukee at the Wisconsin State Fair (and the relative silence of the national media in the face of a one-sided racial war) have chilled me to the core. America is Blackhawk Down. Perhaps the entire West is Blackhawk Down.
Mogadishu is in our midst.