The Calm Before the Storm: What the CBC’s Failed March on the White House and Thomas Friedman’s New Book Have in Common

Read Fareed Zakaria Mistake first, then proceed.

Until Black-Run America took over every aspect of American life

When you consider that virtually every level of American life (affirmative action in academia, hiring preferences in corporate and government employment, military standards abandoned in hopes of greater Back participation, tax dollars going disproportionately to support a Black underclass, trillions of dollars spent trying to close the racial gap in learning that nature never intends to help close, a legal system that believes “racial justice” is more important than protecting the victims of Black crime, and a media that refuses to report unflattering stories and statistics of the Black community) is dedicated to advancing Black people, you realize what a monumental failure Black-Run America -BRA- has been.

Thomas Friedman has a new book out called That Used To be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World it Invented and How We Can Come Back, and we at SBPDL can only laugh at the title. How do you get America back out in front? Simple: BRA ends and America, the real America, comes roaring back. For the past 50-60 years, the number one goal of the United States of America has been to uplift Black people, dedicating virtually every resource (and abandoning space exploration) in a failed attempt to help out the Black community.

Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) hedged the future of the United States of America by deciding to integrate America’s hopes and dreams with those of Black people. For more than five decades, DWLs have painted anyone who deviates from the agenda of BRA as an evil bigot, a racist, and un-American. 

Forever Fund-Raising, Ineffective Conservatives (FRIC) in the Beltway, ensconced permanently within the Republican Party have steered all policy, research and energy away from discussing the issues and from promoting statesmen who could have actually conserved America. These people and organizations survive by sending out direct mail fundraisers, touting inane victories while the country moves closer and closer to the tipping point.

We have already pointed out that the Congressional Black Caucus (CBC) wants Black people to “be unleashed.” Despite corporations bending over backwards to create positions within their corporate structure where Black people can be employed (and limited potential damage to the stockholder can occur), Black unemployment is reaching shocking levels. No longer can the federal, state, and local government be the artificial creator of the Black middle class, as tightening budgets and mandatory cuts are forcing Black people from the payrolls of public positions.

The CBC is doing everything possible to paint white people as the enemy, claiming white people are desirous of a return to Jim Crow and, perhaps, the enslavement of Black people. Considering that America has been enslaved by the agenda of BRA for nearly 60 years, perhaps some elderly white people – who remember an America where people weren’t afraid to walk down the street in Milwaukee, Philadelphia, St. Louis, Cleveland, Chicago, etc. –  might desire a return to Jim Crow.

Perhaps a growing number of young white people – those with college degrees that are basically a piece of paper denoting the hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt they have accumulated – are beginning to reject a nation dedicated to the advancement of Black people (and increasingly all non-whites) at the expense of their future happiness and prospects. Worse, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y, and Millennial white people are all expected to continue paying for their dispossession through taxation to pay for TANF/Welfare, Section 8 Housing, EBT Cards, etc., that go disproportionately to Black people. 

Barack Obama has done more to raise awareness of the concept of Black-Run America than all other efforts by white people combined, who have spent countless hours toiling away and dedicated their entire lives to warn their fellow countrymen of the problems of placing the advancement of Black people above the promotion of America itself. In less than three years in office, Mein Obama, Eric “My People” Holder and others have completely changed the game by putting a Blackface on the leadership of BRA.

“That used to be us,” Thomas Friedman states. Well, until we decided promoting and advancing “The Blacks” – in every level of American society – through affirmative action, the lowering of standards, and by tolerating the substandard culture of Black people should become our new governing philosophy.

Now, CBC Chairman Rep. Emmanuel Cleaver has let slip the reality of Black worship of Mein Obama, with this startling admission of racial loyalty to Barack Obama:

Unhappy members of the Congressional Black Caucus “probably would be marching on the White House” if Obama were not president, according to CBC Chairman Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-Mo.).

“If [former President] Bill Clinton had been in the White House and had failed to address this problem, we probably would be marching on the White House,” Cleaver told “The Miami Herald” in comments published Sunday. “There is a less-volatile reaction in the CBC because nobody wants to do anything that would empower the people who hate the president.”

CBC members have expressed concern in recent months as the unemployment rate has continued to rise amongst African-Americans, pushing for Obama to do more to address the needs of vulnerable communities.

“We’re supportive of the president, but we getting tired, y’all,” Rep. Maxine Waters (D-Calif.) said in August. “We want to give [Obama] every opportunity, but our people are hurting. The unemployment is unconscionable. We don’t know what the strategy is.”

Never forget that every level of American society is dominated by those whose chief mission in life is the advancement of Black people, or by those who refuse to publicly state anything negative about “The Blacks,” their silence a powerful admission of acquiescence to the totalitarian ideology of BRA.

The CBC has the pulse of the Black community; they are elected because they promise their constituents more and more, and must constantly embrace their Blackness, wearing it on their sleeve 24/7. The Black community and the loyalty they show to Mein Obama is a powerful reminder that no matter what white people do for Black people; no matter the concessions they make; no matter the handcuffs they slap on their own sons and daughters through affirmative action programs, diversity initiatives, and the lowering of standards that impact every level of life in America; no matter what, there will always be an “and then?”

That is the never-ending question. Now members of the CBC, who have spent an entire summer trying to paint white people as the enemy and galvanize Black people into action, have stated they would march on the White House were it not for Mein Obama occupying 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

Fitting that Thomas Friedman would write That Used To be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World it Invented and How We Can Come Back, and promote it at a time when it is obvious that the implementation and continued promotion of BRA – across every sector of American life – has been the chains that have kept America down.

Mr. Friedman, no one will say it to you during your promotional tour for That Used To be Us: How America Fell Behind in the World it Invented and How We Can Come Back, so we at SBPDL will.

That Used to Be Us, until we decide to promote Black people through aggressive affirmative action policies in the corporate and academic world, leaving white applicants scrambling for plan B. With corporate America wedded to the concept of diversity and promotion of race above merit – and innovation and profit – it should be glaring obvious why America is falling behind.

That Used to Be Us, until we decide to tolerate high levels of Black crime and Black illegitimacy because college football and basketball teams came to rely on the sons of these communities – ones white people would never live nor raise their children near – to field winning teams, as white fans were conditioned to believe in Black athletic supremacy. 

That Used to Be Us, until Americans became petrified of the consequences of speaking out against negative aspects of Black culture, which are now pervasive in all of Black culture. Any Black who deviates from the accepted norms of Black culture is shunned as an “Uncle Tom” or “Acting White.”

That Used to Be Us, until we wasted trillions (perhaps quadrillions) trying to raise Black test scores and Black graduation rates. That money should have been spent educating the best and brightest, but instead the Return of Investment has been, well, abysmal.

That Used to Be Us, until high levels of Black crime in major cities forced white families to flee to new suburbs, where fathers would then spend wasted hours of productivity commuting to and from work. 

That Used to Be Us, until “Black power” became an ally of Disingenuous White Liberals bid for complete control of the culture of America, and any voice of opposition was silenced with one word: 

Mr. Friedman, handcuffing America’s future by embracing the Utopian hopes that intelligence is largely a product of nurture instead of nature has failed. Black-Run America (BRA), a governing philosophy that has kept the media silent on Black crime and the collapse of Black-run cities (Atlanta, Detroit, Newark, Birmingham, Memphis, Philadelphia), must end for the thought of “That Used to Be Us” to forever be extinguished from our lexicon. 

So the CBC claims Black people would be marching on the White House, except that there’s a brother in there now? A half-white dude, actually, who has spent his entire life trying to embrace his Blackness.

Now do you know why That Used To Be Us, Mr. Friedman? We put a man on the moon using (thanks to Steve Sailer for this) slide rules. After mortgaging the future of the country to the concept of BRA, we are held hostage by a permanent underclass in America that affirmative action, diversity initiatives, handouts, and preferential treatment couldn’t advance. Now, Black leaders threaten violence in a bid for more concessions.

But you know what? For “That To Be Us” again, we have to believe in us again. It’s time to say, “Get up, you son of a bitch,” instead of living in a constant state of doom and gloom. If there is one truth in life, it’s that its never easy. It’s time we move into the next phase of the SBPDL project.  More on that later this week.

It’s past time we decided for “That To Be Us” again.

The reader survey of SBPDL – more than 500 people responded!! – confirmed something I knew: the median age of the reader is in the 30s. Young people read this site (as do those in their 50s and 60s, but this site is attracting a younger demographic).  So, its time for SBPDL to move forward and repudiate the negativity for something, greater.

To posters and those leaving comments, we ask that you refrain from using racial epithets. It’s time for aggressive growth, and the next phase of the SBPDL project will require vigilance.



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