The Standard: What has BRA done for Black People? Not Much

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We already know that Attorney General Eric “My People” Holder and his Department of (In)Justice steadfastly refuse to prosecute non-whites with hate crimes. Some call the illegal, anti-white bias at the Justice Department a “double standard”; we do not. It’s The Standard.

Nothing more, nothing else. In every walk of life in Black-Run America (BRA), The Standard is applied to benefit Black people at the expense of white people. Well, to the detriment of white people. Just look at the rate of racial discrimination enacted at the University of Wisconsin to ensure that Black students gain acceptance there.

This is but one university in a country where The Standard has been applied vigorously by Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) to ensure greater Black enrollment and participation at the elite academic institutions. Any university not integrating an overzealous ‘diversity’ initiative into its overall strategy for growth could see a curtailment of federal grants and aid. That is the power of BRA.

Know this: even in a country where every resource is dedicated to the advancement of Black people, single Black females still only have a net worth of $5; Black unemployment is at levels not seen since the Great Depression; and the median net worth for Black families is $5,677 dollars.

A country that has spent trillions – the opportunity costs lost reach into the quadrillions – to improve the quality of life for Black people, handcuffing the opportunities for whites in the process, and this is all we have to show for it? Oh, and Detroit?

Face it: by every conceivable metric, BRA has been a monumental waste of money, time, and resources. Besides sports – where The Standard keeps capable white athletes from being recruited because white alumni at major colleges have been conditioned to believe in Black athletic superiority – what other vocations or avocations do Black people contribute to? By every quantifiable measure, America’s capitulation to the concept of BRA has done precious little to help Black people.

Now what is it that Libertarians and conservatives want: a nation where merit matters and individualism reigns? What would Black unemployment be then? Would Black people even get into the University of Wisconsin without the benefit of The Standard? What would the median net worth of Black families be a world without BRA? $10?

There are no “double standards” in America, for this implies that at some level merit still matters above all else, when instead a militant desire to advance Black people and Black interests in academia, the military, corporate life, public sector positions, the entertainment industry and so forth exists.

Tavis Smiley has stated that the 2012 presidential election will be the most racially contentious election in American history. We at SBPDL agree, but Republicans will still try and court the Black vote (though it will go 99 percent to Obama, and violence at the polls will be 100 percent from members of the New Black Panther Party who have called for a racial war). Smiley is the same clown whining that Obama and the federal government should do everything possible to ensure that “black people are looked out for.”

Dude, we already do. The United States gave up going to Mars so that we could pay for the maintenance, upkeep, education, feeding, housing, legal fees, and new jail cells to accommodate an always expanding Black Underclass ( it should be pointed out that Steve Sailer astutely noted that we went to the Moon using “slide rules“… even with T1-83 scientific calculators, Black people perform horribly at math).

Instead of building and improving upon existing infrastructure, white people and white families were forced to flee the Black Undertow when it seeped into new suburbs that were built with the expressed desire to escape the last failed Black Undertow suburb.

As was stated in Climate Change, the Black Undertow is the greatest ecological threat to America. Worse, the severe problems caused to the legal system trying to keep members of the Black Undertow in line means an allocation of vast monetary resources, man-hours (wasted productivity), and a need for an even larger penitentiary – and probation – system.

 But we live in Black-Run America (BRA), where all of these problems can be blamed on white privilege and a racist judicial system. In Texas, a Black murderer just had his execution halted until further review by the U.S. Supreme Court to determine if a psychologist’s testimony was unfair:

The U.S. Supreme Court halted the execution Thursday of a black man convicted of a double murder in Texas 16 years ago after his lawyers contended his sentence was unfair because of a question asked about race during his trial.

Duane Buck, 48, was spared from lethal injection when the justices, without extensive comment, said they would review an appeal in his case. Two appeals, both related to a psychologist’s testimony that black people were more likely to commit violence, were before the court. One was granted; the other was denied.

Buck was sentenced to death for the fatal shootings of his ex-girlfriend and a man in her apartment in July 1995. Buck’s guilt is not being questioned, but his lawyers say the jury was unfairly influenced and that he should receive a new sentencing hearing. His attorneys appealed to the Supreme Court and Texas Gov. Rick Perry to block the execution, saying a psychologist testified that black people were more likely to commit violence.

Black people are more likely to commit violence. Black kids get disciplined more in school because they are more likely to disrupt the teacher and cause general mayhem too.

Remember, the psychologist who testified that Black people were more likely to commit violence was under oath. Stating Black people are more likely to commit violence is akin to saying that one can’t breath under water; isn’t it axiomatic by this point?

Yes, it is. Notice that white families do everything possible to raise their children in an atmosphere without Black people. Even DWL parents send their children to private schools, where Black children are a rarity.

Through all of this legal discrimination and the universal implementation of The Standard; through the trillions upon trillions of tax dollars dedicated to the advancement of Black people, which should have gone to the building of infrastructure and education of the best and brightest; through all of the abandonment of city after city to the Black Undertow, forcing the construction of new suburbs and the deterioration of the city left behind; through the endless propaganda in media, film, and the entertainment industry with Black Fictional Images; to a low-level racial war already underway against white Americans (just look at the level of Mahogany Mob violence and Black-on-white violence since Mein Obama took office) that Eric “My People” Holder and the Department of (In)Justice refuses to recognize and radical Black leaders continue to flame; through it all, white people are still able to prosper, procreate, and survive.

After all – as Steve Sailer so hilariously and astutely surmised – we got to the Moon using slide rules. Just imagine what we will be able to do once Black-Run America (BRA) ends and the stifling limitations of forever uplifting and advancing Black people to the point of having a median wealth of $5,677 and for single Black females to have a net worth of $5 is officially over. 



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