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King , Where for Art Thou?

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 22, 2012


Brew man had a good comment a while ago and he asked where the king , aka Gordon went. I don’tknow but I miss him too. Perhaps he’s on the mainland and WordPress is blocked here.

Wherever he is, I hope he’s enjoying life and wish for his speedy return…..

 

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Obama the Racist, Political Correctness and China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 22, 2012


Below are som quotes from Barack ‘ super shaft us’ Obama, the gelding currently leading us into mediocrity, unemployment and despair, no Barack, we do not believe.

The point of this rant is manifold, poke a finger in the eye of the great ‘half step forward’ for blacks vz first pres, or half a pres, talk about hating’ and china apologists.

First off a minor digression, but why is it reverse discrimination when a guy like Obama makes disparaging remarks about whites? Does this mean only whites are capable of true discrimination?

Think about it like this, if I say Obama discriminated, then does it not meet Merrimack webster’s Definition 3-b “Prejudicial outlook, action or treatment”?

And if his actions do meet the standard then why is it called reverse discrimination? Doesn’t that really mean an un prejudiced action? If I call you reverse bad, I would assume I am calling you good right?

Ah but that is part and parcel of being a non-white in America, you cannot be prejudiced, or so it would seem.

Now how does this tie into China, the land of thug love, ignorance and greed?

Well just like you can’t call Obama a racist, you can’t disparage the name of china, beyond that, you cannot even expose the inconvenient truths about this place. Not sixty years ago they ate their own children, it’s a fact. Not forty years ago they killed millions of themselves over the love of Mao, it’s a fact. Twenty years ago they slaughtered thousands with tanks, it’s a fact. Not a few months ago they had people leave their cars and stab women to death, all to avoid a traffic fine. They run over toddlers numerous times and no one lifts a finger to help, these are all facts.

But if and when we address these things we are china bashers or racists.

the sad thing is , it’s not even the Chinese who call us that, they know how cruel and crazy they can be, but it’s us, the USA whites who are so quick to call out the race card. It always happens this way. Who was the first to proclaim you a bigot when you said u didn’t support Obama, a white or black? Of course it was a white.

Same goes for china. Those of us who’ve lived here have waded through the human feces both literally and figuratively, we’ ve earned the right to bitch. But then some tourist comes along calling us a bigot, or some old guy whose purchased his Asian bride, and is now convinced about the greatness of communism.

No mr. 65 year old who traveled to dong bei to purchase a new home and thus wife for some craggle toothed Chinese woman, communism is not good. Have you seen what it’s done to this place or Korea? Have you been tocuba? I have and communism, as man uses it, really sucks.

So if and when you here a disparaging remark about china, use your head and think about the message. I dont’t think people wake up and ponder ways to take a shot at china, we merely speak the truth…end of rant

Now for mourn fearful president

> >From Dreams From My Father:
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> “I ceased to advertise my mother’s race at the age of 12 or 13, when I began to suspect that by doing so I was ingratiating myself to whites.”
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> >From Dreams From My Father :
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> “I found a solace in nursing a pervasive sense of grievance and animosity against my mother’s race.”
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> >From Dreams From My Father:
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> “There was something about her that made me wary, a little too sure of herself, maybe and white.”
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> >From Dreams From My Father:
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> “It remained necessary to prove which side you were on, to show your loyalty to the black masses, to strike out and name names.”

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Chinese New Year and China

Posted by w_thames_the_d on January 22, 2012


It’s Chinese new year time which means The Chinese celebrate the real, or Chinese lunar year. Of course they partied up the , other new year, after all, their lazy gene is pretty robust.
Right now the noise outside is deafening , as they party away the past, scare the goblins from their deceased ancestors and the like. They take to the streets and trust Chinese made explosives and blast them hither and yon.
Sniper like, I perch atop a building and rain down my own particular mayhem, roman candles and bottle rockets into the crowds below. It reminds me of the thrill of illicit fireworks from my days in Iowa. Around the fourth some gear head would high tail it to missour-a and bring back some fire crackers, some of which found their way into my possession.
We d light them off, run from the cops and have a ball. Funny thing is no one got hurt, not even Jeff s mom who we nailed in her fat duck like ass, she was a nosey old nag and deserved what she got.
Here in china, however, things are different. Each year tons of people die, lose limbs and start fires, all in the name of the new year.
My question is how is it that kids from seven to seventeen can do just about anything possible with fireworks and stay whole and the Chinese, who invented the stuff, have yet to figure out its safe usage?

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