Monthly Archives: April 2012

Can’t We All Just Get Along? Reginald Denny: 20 Years Later

PK Note: Peter Brimelow wanted to have a fictional chapter end his book, Alien Nation. It would have told the story of the last white family fleeing Los Angeles. This needs to be written. Sadly, this scenario is no longer … Continue reading

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The Black Mecca Underwater: Atlanta Inches Closer to Implosion

This site has predicted that the concept of Black-Run America (BRA) will be dealt a terminal blow in Atlanta, The City too Busy to Hate. The metro Atlanta area represents the perfect storm for BRA, for the very history of … Continue reading

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Remember the Maine

America in 2012: All white people search for their own private Maine Two seemingly unrelated stories had me smiling today. One dealt with white people fleeing the Black Undertow that makes life intolerable in Akron (the home of the infamous … Continue reading

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All Your Base Are Belong to Us

It will never end. There will always be an “And Then?“ Eric “My People” Holder knows this to be the case Eric “My People” Holder sues Jacksonville over those pesky firefighter tests, which plague Black people the nation over: The … Continue reading

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If the Ground you Stand on Starts to Shake…

PK NOTE: Two posts planned for tonight are postponed. You ever get the feeling we live on the precipice of great change? Of a profound shift? WKRG out of Mobile reports: Mobile police need your help to catch a mob that … Continue reading

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Shameless Plug for Escape from Detroit

PK Note: Two new posts coming today. Shameless plug commence… If you haven’t picked up a copy of Escape from Detroit yet, head over to Amazon.com today for an awesome deal on the book. It’s been out for a little … Continue reading

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The Dream… Dies

The address that has dictated American domestic policy (corporate, legal, government, scholastic, etc.) since 1963 is the fabled “I have a Dream” speech, which was – of course – delivered by the august Martin Luther King. “The Dream” is over. … Continue reading

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