The soullessness of black folk

Crafty Jew helms yet another modern slave-ship filled with feckless chocolate frauds faking a righteous cause on behalf of chocolate fraudster Clive Higgins

Crafty Jew helms yet another modern slave-ship filled with feckless chocolate frauds faking a righteous cause on behalf of chocolate fraudster Clive Higgins.

Down in the memory-hole, pending incineration by but distance to the immediate, sit countless examples of black fraudsters, the majority of which eventually were caught–because blacks tend to strategize like whites tend to dance: Terribly.

One such terrible strategist is disgraced former Bridgeport (CT) police officer Clive Higgins, who wrote his very own “Niggaz be bad–sincerely, a wyt devil” letter (on camera, at work, on official police letterhead to which the general public had no access), in an attempt to get nigger-rich by suing for “Hostile Work Environment,” and becoming nigger-famous by being just another black wheel with no self-respect that squeaks enough to get a little grease.

However, in typical ebony style, Higgins not only concocted a fake cross to carry–he hung giant gold chains on it, put spinner-rims on it, gave it an extended clip.

Just another violent dindu

This was Higgins way of riding the fumes of his own ongoing race-based get-out-of-trouble-free ticket: Years prior to Higgins black (ie doomed) strategy (in cahoots with the racist clowns of “minority officer’s group” Bridgeport Guardians), Higgins was caught alongside two other cops beating on some nigger in Connecticut; Higgins was the only nigger officer. Higgins was the only officer acquitted of police brutality.

Meanwhile–and setting aside cowards and frauds like Higgins and the Bridgeport Guardians etc–the doctrine preached throughout the history of nearly all races and peoples has been that of manly self-respect: That such respect is worth more than lands and houses, and that a people who voluntarily surrender such respect, or cease striving for it, are not worth civilizing.

Too many flies, not enough ointment

Moreover, discriminating and broad-minded criticism is what the black communities need,—need for the sake of their own black sons and daughters, and for the insurance of robust, healthy mental and moral development.

Myths of black unity

Today the attitude of the black communities toward whites is not uniform, as so many assume, ie they don’t all agree that scapegoating whites for pitiful failure of blacks is respectable or even helpful. The ignorant black hates the whites, the black workingmen fear his competition, the black money-makers wish to use him as a scapegoat to mask their own corruption, some of the relatively educated see even the most mediocre white minds as a menacing threat, while other blacks—the ones denounced as ‘coon’ etc—wish to help whites to rise along with everyone else.

To praise this intricate whirl of thought and prejudice is nonsense; to inveigh indiscriminately against “black people” is unjust; but to use the same breath in praising Jesse Lee Peterson, exposing Senator Tim Scott, arguing with Mr. Ta-Nehisi Coates and Mr. Tariq Nasheed and Dr. Umar Johnson, and denouncing Barack Obama,  and Loretta Lynch, and  Maxine Waters–is not only sane, but the imperative duty of thinking people–black, white, or otherwise.

Black power vs black pity

The black men of America have a duty to perform, a duty stern and delicate,—a forward movement to oppose a part of the work of their many and varied leaders. So far as those leaders preach Thrift, Patience, Industrial Training, fairness, and good faith cooperation; all must hold up their hands and strive with them, rejoicing in their honor and glorying in their strength. But so far as any of those leaders remain addicted to justifying black corruption–pointing, like 5-year-olds, at what someone else did (hundreds of years before they were born) to contextualize their own corruption–we must unceasingly and firmly oppose them.

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