Legends Versus Zombies—Recognize the Real Thing
Until proven otherwise in a trial through evidence that is convincing to me, I take the position that these reports of black people eating other people is staged to further dispose us to attack by non-black people. And, even if proven, I will take the position that the black assailant was a victim of some kind of MK Ultra mind-altering science. TED talks, wiki, the grand world wide web, y’all.
*Susan Smith murdered her children and said a black man carjacked her and kidnapped them.
*Charles Stuart claimed a black man killed his wife when he did the deed.
*Black teens and one “Hispanic” teen of a racial classification unknown to me were wrongly convicted of raping and beating a white woman in Central Park.
*Last summer’s looting and rioting in England was reported to have been largely the doings of black youth. It was mostly white folks smashing windows and stealing merchandise while enforcement officials looked on without doing anything to stop it.
*And, never forget the phony Kony video by that white sex offender Jason Russell
White folk are always writing papers, making films and even documentaries “explaining” the plight of black people trapped in neighborhoods where drug use and drug sales are rampant when it has been demonstrated ad nauseum that we don’t sell or use illegal drugs more than anyone else.
I say this is get back at Cynical Afrikan and others like him for exposing the depravity that is routine for white folks and to deflect the obvious conclusion that zombies are much more likely to be found among them.
Fresh “Neighborhood Watch” signs are popping up all over the fine city of San Diego. To me, they look like those mid-twentieth century billboards down south that read “Niggers be out of town at sun down.” It’s dangerous out there. Think ahead. Watch “I am Legend” one more time. Don’t make the same mistakes Robert Neville did at the end.