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Blacks, The Feral Gutter Rats?

12-year-old black boy shot and killed a 54-year-old white homeless man in the head for fun! 

This is what 50 years of black entitlement, affirmative action, and an ever-increasing welfare state has produced for our society. These are the feral gutter rats that generation after generation of blacks have bred.

With no fathers, no morals, no responsible models set before them, and low IQs to boot, young black men and women have become a plague in every major American city.

They have no respect for human life nor the property of others. They glory in their thievery and low ghetto culture. They amuse themselves by the cruelty they give to others. And all the while they blame the white man for their deficiencies.

They despise the very people (whites) who have given them the most and who have sought to make amends for past sins (slavery). Even when they are given every conceivable benefit, economic opportunity, and educational advantage over whites, they never fail to waste all manner of kindness shown to them. 

All they can do is blame others and shout an endless array of excuses to justify their collective failure.

Whites must learn to turn their backs on these inherently foolish people and to stop wasting their efforts on a race of humans who refuse to grow up and reform themselves. 

We must not seek to harm them, but neither should we seek to helpthem.

We must leave them to themselves, and forever remember that we’ve done all that we can for them. We have exhausted all of our efforts and resources to help them and with very little to show for it. 

We must never again allow them to guilt-trip or in any way manipulate us to ‘assist’ them. We must never feel sorry again for such a dysfunctional race, and wisely avoid at all costs associating with them for our own good and for the future survival of our own people. 

 History has proven them to be a waste of time, money and resources


I stumbled upon this post on (surprisingly written barely over a year ago), and it reminded me of this racist post below written by a South African. 

While it's heartbreaking to know that this kind of racism still exists, we must look at these things objectively. Can you really fault these people, don't you think they're speaking the mind of many others? If we're to be honest with ourselves most of us feel this way about our own skin and heritage. It's evident in the way we envy a Nigerian sister who has snagged a Caucasian husband... In the way most of us would prefer to have biracial babies... It's evident when we place our advancement beside that of a western country that something is wrong somewhere. And when you remember that most parts of the UAE were merely deserts barely years ago and today it's the world tourist centre, doesn't it make you wonder why we're still here?

When you've read these posts and you've wondered what kind of beasts God created, do you pause to think dispassionately about what they've said? Do you find any truth in their words, bitter a pill as it might be to swallow? Do you think the African intellect is (genetically) inferior to other races, otherwise what are the reasons we're so behind (socioeconomically)? 


  1. Have u seen the latest from Donald Trump on Nigeria?
    Abeg let's leave trash for Lawma, the truth is sometimes bitter..

  2. I agree, but when that guy entered a cinema and killed people we didn't have anyone write this narrative. He was dubbed insane. If the reverse was the case, we will be schooled on how the white man saved us from our savage ways. It has nothing to do with race,we all have our share of dysfunctional humans so.....J

  3. Truth is that I agree with them, you only need to hang with some black Americans to realize how backward their mentality is. As for the south African, I know I have made the statement that I wish the whites had stayed back in Nigeria a little while longer, the country would have been different.

    As for what the cause is I'm not really sure...

  4. That south african lady is just rude and uncouth I do agree with the man tho... that sense of entitlement comment is very true. They blame everyone but themselves for everything that's wrong. I dont think his post is racist, I think its the plain hard truth.

  5. I think Nigerians and Africans in general are a brilliant set of people. Individually, we do very well for ourselves, but when it comes to functioning as a society/communal living, we fail woefully! Thing is, a thriving society or nation is built when people can put aside their differences and look out for the common good of the majority

    1. talking is not doing. black people have mastered speech. but God wont allow you to achieve what you say because your hearts are in the wrong place and you are not a part of His purpose. all the "right talk" in the world makes you fall deeper into abominations. that's all we ever see. we SEE abominations and we HEAR righteous flowery "speak" "he applied wisdom to the beast so that it can talk/speak" it doesn't ever DO anything but it can talk a good one. Nigeria is a worst example of "humanity" but to keep trying is even worse. Nigerians brilliant? see what I mean? lying doesn't ever help you but lying will curse you.speaking English is a rape. we are well aware of it. and until you start speaking a truth you will always be cursed. but therefore will not always be allowed to live.


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