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Thursday, 26 December 2019

Merry Kwanzaa

I'm not sure what to make of Kwanzaa. I think I remember reading that it was a fake holiday invented by some black activist and shit-disturber, for negroes not happy with the idea of a 'white' Christmas. I think they scheduled it for the day after Christmas too.

That's some mighty fine Kazoo work at
the beginning


Twas the night before Kwanzaa and all through the cribs
Not a nigga was stirring or begging for gibs
The nikes were out on the fire escape stairs
In hopes the fat honky
Would bring a new pair….
-via Gab

The Z Man and the wanks at Gab were hard at it yesterday. I guess Baltimore Lagos is only a few bodies away from setting a new record for violent homocides. The boys were all yukking it up, wishing the African Americans the best of luck with that, saying they only have a mere couple of days to work with - and what a shame it'd be if they fell short on the body count. I HAR HAR HAR'd along with the rest of them too. In this day and age it's getting harder and harder to feel sorry for vibrants given all the trouble they cause and the special treatment they get. Arseholes.

How does one reconcile race realities with Christianity? We've seen the stats: close to 40% of negroes are too stupid to hold a mundane job. The military will wash out recruits with IQ's lower than 93; at that point, baby sitting the recruit will be a tactical liability as they are too stupid to follow simple instructions. The average black IQ is 85. 

We have a few of them at the wife's church and they're the nicest folks you could ever hope to meet. But then ya see entire cities filled with black baboons acting deplorably - and at some point ya gotta live in the real world.

At the end of the day it is what it is, I guess.

1 comment:

  1. Even an 85IQ nitwit is a social animal, and tries to blend in. Those "nicest folks ever" would blend in very differently in a darker church.

    When an African finds Christ, it changes him, but it doesn't make him American; it makes him an African Christian. God loves us all, and he gave each nation its own place.