Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Goodnight, Sweetheart, it's time to go...

After seeing last night's monkeyshines in Baltimore, and the wave of apologists, enablers, race baiters and hooligans rushing to explain, define and cushion the impact of the rioting, I can only offer the following suggestion, to the Black people now in the United States:

We made a horrible mistake 300+ years ago, as a Race, we White people did. Without regard for anything more than an immediate need met, our European ancestors imported millions of west Africans into the Western Hemisphere, and many of them landed in this country. Over time, there was conflict between the African and the White populations. In places like Haiti and Jamaica, the White population was essentially eliminated, quite violently. In other places, like Bermuda, slavery was almost instantly abolished and the two Races cooperatively occupied their own spaces in the environment. In the U.S., slavery persisted for over a century, which, based on first-hand observation and interactions, cemented the negative perspectives on Race from a White point of view.

At that time, in the 1860s, the Congress had the option of acting on a proposal that Lincoln, among others, had raised, about preventing future problems by repatriating Black slaves to Africa, specifically Liberia (although Ghana was a second, more correct choice). But Congress saw the price tag and decided against the plan. Instead, the Reconstruction Amendments, which would have not existed had Blacks been shipped home, became the law of the land. They opened up a host of other ills, which will remain not a part of this discussion. They were freed (which would have been the case either way), but then they were given full citizenship and the right to vote. This unleashed an uneducated, quite low intelligence population into the polling places, where they'd make their mark for whichever candidate handed them silver or whiskey, often many times over the course of the day.

After emancipation, the tension between Blacks and Whites continued to escalate. Violence took place on both sides, with rape and arson being the Black weapons of choice, while Whites armed themselves and shot or hanged Black males. There have been Black riots at some level of violence for many decades. Black people are clearly not happy living near Whites, and are now even asking for fallacious "safe zones" where they can feel safe from White people. [sigh]

So, what I think needs to happen, must happen, is that Whites and Blacks need a divorce, a dissolution of any previous agreements, a clean slate to start anew.

I propose a choice of either of the following, by popular vote of the White people of the United States, to humanely break the racial deadlock. Option One is to set aside land in some part of this country to create a new, separate African country. All American-resident Blacks would have to abandon White America and relocate there. The border with this country would then be the most heavily guarded and reinforced in the world. I propose that this breakaway country should follow the purple-colored Black population concentration:

Option Two is, direct repatriation to a designated place in western Africa. This movement could be coordinated among White countries to include repatriation of Blacks out of Europe and A/NZ, as well as of Arabs, Asians and Khazars for that matter. Any resistance or interference in the peaceful relocation would be met with severe consequences.

So there you have it. You Blacks can be permanently and completely rid of Ofay, evil YT, white debbils, honkeys, "da man", whyteboyz, whatever you want to call us. And we can have one of the biggest, costliest anchors on our society removed for good and get moving forward building our world again, in peace.


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