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The reality we are not supposed to notice
The Great Replacement is the reduction of whites to a minority in what were once their neighborhoods, cities, states, or countries. It’s happening around the world, but many journalists think we shouldn’t talk about it. Here are editorials from the Washington Post(“The racist theory that underlies terrorism in New Zealand and the Trump presidency“) and... Read More
There's an apocryphal story involving Andrew Young, former mayor of Atlanta and President Jimmy Carter's ambassador to the United Nations, and an address he gave to the historically Black college Clark Atlanta University in the 1980s. While addressing the subject of the eroding tax-base in the city and the fear of a diminishing amount of... Read More
PK Note: Before you read this, take a quick look at this article regarding Billy Payne and his "legacy," and this article on the end of public housing in America. The push to create more "European" cities (white-controlled major cities surrounded by uninhabitable suburbs full of brown and Black people) in America is underway, but... Read More
It shouldn't be funny, but it is. The Atlanta Journal Constitution published an article today (Should Atlanta follow Portland with T-SPLOST?Streetcar neighborhoods lure young, creative types to Oregon city, but face criticism, July 22, 2012, Ariel Hart) that - once you know the answer as to the glaring difference between the two cities - should... Read More
Metro Atlanta is dying, the cancer known as the Black Undertow spreading from the containment zone of downtown Atlanta and ensuring that Clayton, DeKalb, Gwinnett, Rockdale, Newton, Cobb, and even Fayette County get an unhealthy dose of the very thing that once drove white people to flee for the suburbs to begin with. Mike King... Read More
The Gordian Knot. The ultimate problem that vexed the ancients was one Alexander of Macedonia solved: At the end of this month, metro Atlanta will go to the polls to decide if there will be an increase of taxation so that the burden of commuting around the city can be lessened: On July 31, 2012,... Read More
You might recall that we quoted from A Man in Fullin a story detailing President Obama’s gratuitous use of street slang in campaign material directed at Black people (African-Americans for Obama: “Got Ya Back!”) all of which was hilarious parodied in Tom Wolfe’s book on Atlanta racial politics that was written in 1998. The below... Read More
PK NOTE: A lot going on. A discussion of Zebrawill start on June 20. Assignment? Have the first 150 pages read if you want to join in. I'll post your opinions in an actual post (keep them under 250 words). If you get the chance, also check out this new book: Rise of the Black... Read More
In his review of Escape from Detroit:The Collapse of America's Black Metropolis at AmRen, Gregory Hood notes this: Hope. In 90 percent Black Detroit, there is no hope. As noted in a PK column at VDare.com today, acceptable public debate has been incapacitated on the subject of the real reason behind Detroit's monumental collapse (Robert... Read More
Public transportation could work in America. No really: public transportation could work in America. Government could work too. The problem plaguing both is simple, yet not open for discussion or debate. Now, a Black Alderman in Chicago reminds us once again of the terrible of Black-Run America (BRA), with the Chicago Sun-Times reporting: An influential... Read More
Equipped with his five senses, man explores the universe around him and calls the adventure Science. ~Edwin Powell Hubble, The Nature of Science, 1954 Watching the steady implosion of the Black Mecca offers a glimpse of what will soon transpire across the entire nation. Property value is plummeting in metro Atlanta after years of Black... Read More
I've been reading a couple of books: Tamar Jacoby's Someone Else's House: America's Unfinished Struggle For Integration and Clark Howard's Zebra :The True Account of the 179 Days of Terror in San Francisco. The former is a book that documents the absolute failures of the post-Civil Rights movement, and yet the thesis of the book... Read More
It will never end. No matter how many concessions one makes; no matter how many attempts to rectify racial inequities from the past (largely made-up or exaggerated); there will always be an “And Then?” Case in point in Fulton County, Georgia (home to Atlanta), where 56 percent of the residents are non-Black – 44 percent... Read More
Gold rushes end once the resource that attracted people to the area has been exhausted. Infrastructure that was quickly built to accommodate the influx of people instantly loses value once the economy that momentarily was based upon intense speculation collapses. Once all of the gold has been successfully procured during a “rush,” the once booming... Read More
Tea Party is so 1770s. Coke Party will be the new vogue in the coming years. While reading Inside Coca-Cola: A CEO's Life Story of Building the World's Most Popular Brand by former Coke CEO Neville Isdell, a story from the chapter “Connected Capitalism” stood out and slapped me clear across the face. It tells... Read More
Ronald H. Bayor's Race & The Shaping of Twentieth-Century Atlanta is one of Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) scholarly books that blames the current state of the Black Mecca on the lingering vestiges of white racism. Despite Atlanta - since 1973 - being a city firmly under the iron Black heel when it comes to who... Read More
It's called The Black Mecca. But why? Because Atlanta has one of the most powerful affirmative action programs in place (plus rules that mandate 35 percent of city contracts go to minority contractors) in the entire nation: Those Black people who be
Reading the book White Flight: Atlanta and the Making of Modern Conservatism (Politics and Society in Twentieth-Century America)gives you the impression there was some grand opposition to Black-Run America (BRA) being implemented in Atlanta. There wasn't. White people just fled the city and created what is now metro Atlanta, home to the worst traffic in... Read More
This site has predicted that the concept of Black-Run America (BRA) will be dealt a terminal blow in Atlanta, The City too Busy to Hate. The metro Atlanta area represents the perfect storm for BRA, for the very history of the region over the past 60 years has been that of white people fleeing Black... Read More
But not only that; let freedom ring from Stone Mountain of Georgia! -Martin Luther King, 1963 Atlanta Journal Constitution Georgia's Racist Past Demolished at Stone Mountain ParkJuly 14, 2016 Byline: Racially ambiguous graduate of an Ivy League college/university It will be completed soon. Freedom will ring from sea-to-shining-sea finally, just as Martin Luther King prophesied... Read More
Brian Nichols wanted to start a race war, believing that Black males were being unfairly incarcerated by an evil society bent on maintaining white supremacy. In actuality, it's just Black people's – primarily Black males’ –predilection for breaking the law that sees them incarcerated in such disproportionate numbers. It appears that the accused killer of... Read More
The Atlanta Public Schools (APS) cheating scandal, where almost entirely Black administrators, Black principals, and Black teachers conspired to increase primarily Black students test scores has set The City Too Busy To Hate back thirty to forty years. Let's take a quick look at the scorecard for APS: Student enrollment: 48,000 Student demographics: Black students,... Read More
It is in The Walking Dead Web episodes (based on AMC's immensely popular The Walking Dead) that tells the tragic story of how Hannah - the iconic half-eaten "walker"from the first episode - met her demise that I realized the zombie phenomenon means much more than meets the eye. Hannah, the divorced white mother of... Read More
Remember that town in Alabama that couldn't pay retired city employees their pensions anymore? We do. It was Prichard, Alabama, a once thriving white community that was overwhelmed by the Black Undertow. As Black people became the majority of the town's population, businesses shuttered and the tax base dried up; thus, no new revenue to... Read More
The Reality of Clayton County, again. We write about that wonderful county located in Metro-Atlanta a lot here. Whether it is a Black sheriff firing all the white police officers and putting Black snipers on the roof as they are marched out, humiliated in the process; whether it is the first county in America in... Read More
In putting the finishing touches on Captain America and Whiteness (coming out this Friday), I added a chapter I'm sure I'll regret: Why Frank Castle is Right. It is my hope that I'll never experience what Brian Watts did on Friday, receiving the news that his beloved wife Brittney died at the hands of what... Read More
Traveling today. Trying to finish editing Captain American and Whiteness (cover will be up by Saturday), but can't help but look out the window of the airplane - while at a cruising altitude of 40,000 feet - and think about all that is going on down there in America. Fitting that today is Bastille Day... Read More
Editor's note: Due to events outside of my hands, SBPDL must undergo an emergency fundraiser. You can make a donation through the PayPal link in the upper left-hand corner or contact us and we'll you send PO Box information. Or purchase Hollywood in Blackface or SBPDL Year One from Amazon.com in either book or Kindle... Read More
Part 2 and 3 of my rebuttal to Steve Sailer’s piece on college football will be published later today. I’m also working on a rebuttal to his piece on basketball and the lack of white players in the NBA who were born in America. But those will have to wait; because a number of stories... Read More
In the state of Georgia, the Black Caucus is suing majority white cities ostensibly because of White Flight and the lack of tax dollars being shared with the city of Atlanta. The Black Undertow has been unsuccessful in turning these cities and counties into mirror images of Clayton and DeKalb County, because Dunwoody, Sandy Springs... Read More
USA Today's above-fold, front page story yesterday dealt with crime dropping nationwide. It is commonly accepted - though completely inaccurate - that crime increases when unemployment rises. If only this were true then we might have an explanation for why Black crime rates are as bad as they are (and why movies and fiction utilize... Read More
(Editors note: The Holiday's are way to busy for everyone so normal, # posts resume on January 1, 2011) Credit reports and credit scores are firmly in the ranks of Stuff Black People Don't Like. Low credit scores are a clear indicator to mortgage lenders and banks that a great risk of not being paid... Read More
In the United States, one city is known as the Black Mecca – Atlanta. Though the demographics are changing rapidly, the rampant corruption found throughout Hotlanta won’t go away anytime soon. A massive scandal in the city school system – led by Black principals – is threatening the accreditation of that district. What other county... Read More
Public transportation. In theory, a wonderful idea. Clean, efficient, green and a way to keep unnecessary automobiles off the roads and severely cutting down on congestion for those commuting to work. In theory, everything is a wonderful idea, though, but public transportation around the United States has been a colossal failure. When integration commenced in... Read More
For those who fly the friendly skies – for business, travel, employment – you will understand the context of what is about to written. The Transportation Services Administration (TSA) is an organization of inept individuals who take pleasure and delight at having the illusion of power to harass and exploit their hegemony over timid airline... Read More
Black people are correct to call Atlanta the Black capital of America. Where else could a memo be leaked that called for Black people to unite together to keep a white women from becoming mayor of their city? Some call Detroit the Black capital of America, a city which offers a glimpse into the strength... Read More
Atlanta. Home of the 1996 Olympics, Coca-Cola, Home Depot and nearly one of the first major cities to see Black people lose their vice on governmental power, is about to welcome back one of the finest indicators of the cultural vitality of Black America. Freaknic. Yes. Freaknic is back, or Black Spring Break, returns to... Read More
We have seen Flash Mobs in Philadelphia. We have even seen ‘Smash and Grab’ tactics of Black shoplifters cause damage to Atlanta-area stores. Now, we have Bleeding Kansas… City. Yes, Missouri is now home to the next generation of Black theme riots, as ‘youth’ of Kansas City have been inspired by the exploits of comrades... Read More
Sports will always matter. People who refuse to acknowledge the power of sports in changing American minds and influencing individual perceptions lack a basic understanding of the world. Consider what Jackie Robinson did for Black people when he integrated baseball (a sport Black people oddly refuse to play now) in 1947: We have briefly discussed... Read More
Sports. Who doesn't love sports? Black people love sports, for it has been their ticket to integrating America and achieving equality in this nation. Without sports, it is hard to imagine Black people fully participating in American life as the idea known as "mainstreaming"positive images of Black people would be much less effective without hours... Read More
Tomorrow, the United States Senate will begin debate on whether healthcare should be a right guaranteed to all by the federal government and paid for by the upstanding white citizenry of the country: The current estimated price tag for the implementation of universal healthcare is at a cool $1.5 trillion, as close to 50 million... Read More
Stuff Black People Don't Like finds the topic of Atlanta too enjoyable a topic to pass up discussing. The city has been the subject of conversation in the past on SBPDL for a number of reasons, the most glaringly being that the city provides incredible fodder for stories that Ripley's would have a hard time... Read More
Atlanta again. Sherman infamously burned the city to the ground during the first Civil War in 1864 and the horrors of that scorched earth policy are constantly reenacted upon Georgia Tech Students nowadays. The same strategy of scorched earth is being employed by the Black power base in the city, as the fear of losing... Read More
Who in the world could like Pre-Obama America? The boring, white-bread world that represented America when it was 90 percent white (as late as 1964 the United States was less than 1 percent Hispanic - a forthcoming SBPDL) is but a distant memory, like the view of major city's skyline in the rear-view mirror as... Read More
“I know I had no hand in making this war, and I know I will make more sacrifices to-day than any of you to secure peace.” So said William Sherman in a letter to the Atlanta Mayor and Councilmen back in 1864, as he demanded the immediate evacuation of the city before he burned it... Read More