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December 4, 2014

An Open Letter to Sniveling Negroes

I have decided to become an irascible asshole about this spate of black paranoia, because my sensitive friend Lester Spence has become infected by its cowardly poison.

It is ironic that this demonic possession of fear, I say again FEAR, has gobbled up whatever common sense, perseverance and motherwit we used to associate with the Negro race. But it is clear that the lot of you have lost your minds and now tremble like autumn leaves at the prospect some white man might lose his mind. And so your fear of his presumed fear of you has made you both into idiots ready to lash out like cornered animals. I'm disgusted. Thoroughly and totally disgusted at this shameful regressive display. The very idea that the sons of tenured professors "ain't goin' out like that" and are prepping themselves for suicide by cop in a blaze of retarded glory are the wet dreams of Willie Lynch.
- - Cobb

Posted by gerardvanderleun at December 4, 2014 9:41 AM. This is an entry on the sideblog of American Digest: Check it out.

Your Say

If we give them enough rope they will hang themselves.

Fight against Law Enforcement?
Fight against the poor naïve White Liberals?
Fight against the White folks that make this country run?

If they think they have the support of Hispanics, they are wrong.
A snippet from John Derbyshire at VDare:
"In the prisons, where racial fault lines are most starkly visible, Hispanics have their own gangs and are united, and to some degree protected, by language. In a crisis, however, they caucus with whites. As one of the jail birds says:
Whites and Hispanics tend to have a lot in common and share a similar temperament. Hispanics appear to be a bit more emotional than whites, but blacks are very emotional and aggressive. Whites and Hispanics share an antipathy towards blacks and will work together when faced with a black threat."

Posted by: chasmatic [TypeKey Profile Page] at December 5, 2014 6:22 AM

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