Black Lives Matter! (Part II)


Except, apparently, to other black people, who continue to slaughter other black people in cities all around America.

We wrote about this here, where we mentioned how black people vote for Democrats who couldn’t care in the least for black people, or their lives or well-being, except insofar as they represent votes.

Want proof?

Black people slaughter other black people in cities that Democrats have owned — lock, stock and barrel — for decades.

Democrats have owned America’s big cities for so long that it’s self-evident that the slaughter of  black Americans in American cities is because of the Democrats.

— xPraetorius

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12 thoughts on “Black Lives Matter! (Part II)

  1. Again, more racial profiling? Why?

    Blacks this blacks that …. it is so tedious.

    These posts of yours are are almost becoming rants.

    I have watched snippets of videos of Bill O’Reilly and there is a similar tone.
    There always seems to be an ‘US’ and ‘Them’ with you, and people who think along similar lines.

    Do you notice the pattern? It is exclusive rather inclusive.

    Have you a post planned for the Colorado shooter yet?

    ( and still waiting for answers to the two questions I asked on the other thread)

    1. I wanted to address something else in this post. I’ll highlight in red the part that’s interesting:

      I have watched snippets of videos of Bill O’Reilly and there is a similar tone.
      There always seems to be an ‘US’ and ‘Them’ with you, and people who think along similar lines.

      My reaction: If you haven’t seen this ‘US’ and ‘Them’ coming from the American left — for decades now — that can mean only that either (1) you haven’t been paying attention, or that (2) disgusting vilification is okay for your political tendency but not for mine.

      Question: Does news of America not make it back to South Africa? Or is the news so filtered there that you have no access to real news?

      That we on the right are awakening to this only now, and only excruciatingly slowly, and responding more effectively only now to the slagheap that is leftist political discourse represents a massive dereliction of duty on our part. It’s conceded to the goons of the American political left the ability to define both the tone (Hint: disgusting vilification is okay for the left, but not for the right.) and vocabulary of American political discourse, and has resulted in the prospering of such half-wits as Obama, Kerry, the Clintons and others. And it’s done much worse than that. It’s turned American universities — once some of the finest institutions of higher learning in the world — to intellectual wastelands, overrun with fulminating blowhards, sniveling wretches and whining cretins, all herded around by slope-headed, knuckle-dragging goons and cowed, sycophantic lackeys called “faculty.”

      Go ahead, xPraetorius, tell us what you really think! Don’t hold back now! 🙂

      Best,

      — x

      1. Question: Does news of America not make it back to South Africa? Or is the new so filtered there that you have no access to real news?

        Lol … this from someone who lives in a Nation that based on certain videos would struggle to identify their own country on a map.

        Actually I think [Deleted: gratuitous insult]. And most of your rather silly post reflect exactly this.

        You need to pack away your toys and go inside and wash up. Sesame Street is about to start.

        1. What you say about most Americans is, sadly, true. Americans so often sorely lack the basic knowledge that everyone should have in order to be a well-rounded person, and a responsible, informed citizen.

          This is, of course, the inevitable result of an educational system that has for generations been run by the left. Your snarky, but accurate, assessment of America’s general level of education is a more eloquent indictment of your own political tendency — that has brought about this abysmal information level — than anything I could write. You just showed what happens when the ignorant write about the ignorant.

          The problem: your ignorance appears to be voluntary. You appear to have aggressively embraced the transparently ignorant poppycock you write about America and about me.

          Too bad.

          Best,

          — x

          1. Not at all. I merely read what you write ( and others of a similar bent), conduct a bit of research ) the Colorado shooting for example) and grant you the benefit of the doubt that your republican views are representative of mainstream conservative thought.
            If this is, in fact not the case and your views are a minor, fringe element then what you write can be dismissed with contempt.
            You live there, so you tell me?

    2. I don’t yet have a post planned for the Colorado shooter. It’s possible that one of my colleagues has though.

      Personally, I tend to write a post when I believe that I have something that has not yet been said to contribute to a topic.

      My “pattern” is challenging. There are few on the American political left who have the courage to challenge my Group. In our “day jobs,” we’re very, very well-known by the political left, and there are very good reasons they don’t try to challenge us. Hint: they get pretty badly spanked. 🙂

      Best,

      — x

      1. Challenging?
        You really think you are that original?
        Oh,my how humble of you. No hubris oozing from your pores, and that’s plain to see .

        I think the only spanking that’s likely to happen is when your mummy catches you pretending to be a grown up.

    3. One more thing: you’ll notice that I tend not to use the term “blacks,” for the very same reasons that you claim animate your thinking. I prefer “black people” or “black Americans.”

      Best,

      — x

  2. Yep. Sometimes I slip up. Did I ever suggest that I’m perfect, “hotshot?”

    You’ll note that I said that I tend not to use the term “blacks. So, what I said remains completely true.

    Got any other nonsensical quibbles? 🙂

    Best,

    — x

    1. No, far from perfect. That is reserved for Yahweh, right?

      Got any other nonsensical quibbles?

      Still waiting for an answer on your take on the veracity on the Biblical Global Flood and The Virgin Birth.

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