Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The I'm-Not-Racists are right — black people are the cause of racism

Forgotten History

Posted by Chris Haire on Wed, May 13, 2015 at 1:34 PM

If you've been following the Walter Scott case — or any of the other cases around the country involving trigger-happy cops and unarmed black men — then you're probably well aware that this whole racism thing, well, it's the fault of black people. They're the ones who keep bringing it up and they're the ones who keeping stepping in front of passing bullets. Or at least that's the line that the I'm-Not-Racist racists are prone to drop on social media, to your face, on the radio, or, say, in the comments section the Charleston City Paper

The problem is, they're right. Kinda. 

I know, I know. I can't believe I just wrote that, but I recently learned a rather shocking truth about racism, and it goes back to the very moment when it was first created. 

So, without further ado, here's the truth about racism, not just here in America, but around the world (information courtesy of
Little known fact: In 1725, after numerous experiments, some dangerous, some illegal, a scientist from what is now known as Liberia, an African man whose name has been lost to history, finally managed to successfully distill and bottle racism. This scientist then travelled up and down the west African coast selling his wares as a cure to fix everything from dandruff to genocide. Eventually, this powerful elixir made it's way to what would become the United States of America, the greatest nation that has ever existed. There, this potion became a hot commodity among the then-English colony's newly immigrated African population. Over the years, this wonder drug has not only grown in popularity, it has become the most used tonic among the nation's black population. For reasons that cannot be explained, this wondrous concoction has no affect on men and women of European stock.
Shocking, yes. But at least now you know the truth. So the next time a I'm-Not-Racist racist tell you that protests against racism are the actual cause of racism today, let them know they're only half right.

The following has been a paid public service announcement from my utter contempt for your cracker ass cracker self.  

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