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Lawrence Auster nails it (OneSTDV as well) when it comes to the Barack Obama’s Birth Certificate, an issue we don’t care about. It’s hilarious that Mein Obama allowed a debate to fester for three years when he could have released it during his run for the presidency. Instead of giving fodder to Birthers, Mein Obama... Read More
Black History Month is a time to celebrate the contributions and achievements of Black people in the United States. Here at SBPDL, we are going one step further. Like our fans at Wired magazine, we believe that cinema provides the undisputed and preeminent examples of fantastic – albeit fictional – images and characters for Black... Read More
Francis Fukuyama declared the end of the Cold War between the United States and the former Soviet Union the “end of history”. Interesting, a Cold War between the historical population of the United States of America and Black people existed until January 20, 2009. Pre-Obama America was defeated upon that glorious day and Black people... Read More
Much has changed in the world since this site was launched. The God-like ability of one Mien Obama is apparently gone, and it appears his ascension to the presidency is but a Pyrrhic victory for Black people. The Haitian Earthquake – a tragedy to be sure, but Haiti and its Black population already was an... Read More
We at SBPDL are walking on egg shells as we wish you all a Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day! By mentioning the saint’s very name, do we incur the wrath of his progeny bent on squeezing every scintilla of profit from their fathers name?: “For a man who preached unity and brotherhood, and so... Read More
January 20, 2009, a date which will live with distinction and just pride in the hearts of Black people everywhere. On this momentous day, Mein Obama was sworn into office as the President of the United States, shattering the illusion of white privilege in this nation and showing that anyone can get elected to live... 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 considers every post a teachable moment, just as Mein Obama decided the Beer Summit after the infamous Cooperating with the Police incident occurred at Harvard (or, the lack of cooperating with police). A lot of people come to this website, unsure of what to make of what is written here... Read More
The 2009 edition of Halloween went off with few hitches, save for the potential cavity down the road from an over abundance of candy consumption. Apparently white people got the memorandum that was floating around the water-cooler, for this year few dared to dress as others have at Halloween Fraternity Parties in the past. For... Read More
Alexander Dumas classic tale, "The Three Musketeers", tells the story of Porthos, Athos and Aramis, the adventures they undertake and the immutable bounds of friendship that guide their lives. Interestingly, their creed, "All for One and One for All" fittingly describes Black people and their admiration for Mein Obama and more importantly and how they... Read More
SBPDL has tried to make it clear to everyone that We Live in a Black World now, regardless of the demographic figures. All that matters anymore is the United States number one and two exports – sports and Mein Obama – and the citizens of not only our country but the entire world consume both... Read More
We at SBPDL broke the magnificent news to the world on July 4th, 2009 that Pre-Obama America was officially dead. With the election of Mein Obama, a nation that Michelle Obama stated “she would be proud of for the first time in her life,” was forged, largely out of the blood, sweat and tears of... Read More
These lyrics to Kenny Chesney's song "Back Where I Come from" epitomize how the entire world views heterosexual, white males who display any semblance of pride in who they are and where they come from. To Black people, this song - if they've ever heard it at all - might as well be played in... Read More
SBPDL decided to start a Facebook account, so that we could better serve the growing community of readers we have attracted. After only two weeks on Facebook, we had nearly 500 friends. However, this all came to a crashing end today, as for some reason the account was disabled. Obviously, we are upsetting people with... Read More
Black people love life under Mein Obama, the General Zod of Black people the world over. Regardless of the sorrowful state of the economy and the massive job loss for Black people, the admiration that Black people display for Obama will never cease. More importantly Zod-Obama has empowered the most diverse cabinet in history with... Read More
Black people love Washington DC. It is a city that has allowed Black people the honor of having the gifted orator, Marion Barry, serve as its mayor: Washington DC, the nation's capitol, might be losing its Black population though, as gentrification is driving Black people out: "The city losing black residents is a continuation of... Read More
Kneel before Zod… er, Obama! SBPDL has been on the forefront of analyzing the approval ratings for Mein Obama, the name that Black people have fondly created for Barack Hussein Obama. We have pointed out that he received 96 percent of the Black vote in the 2008 Presidential election and that he enjoyed 97 percent... Read More
It is said lightning never strikes twice in the same place. Seattle and St. Louis might be separated by hundreds of miles, but lightning has found a steady ally in the right fist of Black people when it is aimed squarely in the direction of white people. It wasn't that long ago that a blind... Read More
Flash back to 1995. The nation was rocked by racial violence as Black people decided not to cooperate with the police. OJ Simpson was in the headlines, but not for his football ability, but rather his alleged knife skills. Militias were forming across the country in fear of "police state" tactics by the Clinton Administration.... Read More
Criticism of Mein Obama is a sure sign of racism in the eyes of Black people and their enablers, disingenuous white liberals. Black people expected the honeymoon for Barack Obama to last for his entire first four years in office and well into his second term, but that all ended when MARs decided to attack... Read More
Mankind has long been fascinated with the Red Planet, as the prospect that the fourth planet from the sun and closest to our own earth might be home to an advanced civilization has dominated the thoughts of educated men for centuries. H.G. Wells penned the terrifying novel "The War of the Worlds", which depicted a... Read More
Labor Day signifies one of the last weekends of summer and the transitioning into the fall season, as in many states across the nation leaves begin to change color and a crisp can be felt in the air. Labor Day has an interesting history in the United States that few people think about as they... Read More
Black people aren't dumb. As we have discussed, they know all about disingenuous white liberals (DWL's) and how they really view Black people. DWL's love Black people - only as long as they don't live near them nor attend their kids schools. If they violate this code, then DWL's find it difficult o deal with... Read More
Bear Bryant, whom many consider to be the finest football coach in history, will also be the man that Black people in the future "Black World" canonize as being the patron saint of making Southern football accommodating to Black people, and in large part, the nation. It was 1972, and the University of Alabama's vaunted... Read More
Black people, as we have discussed, do not like their Local Nightly News Casts. Unlike ESPN, which highlights Black people in one of the only endeavors they excel in (sports), nightly news casts shine a dis-nevering light upon the Black community. It little matters the city, for wherever Black people are found in copious numbers,... Read More
Rare indeed is the victor that looks to his vanquished opponent for support or help. In the Rocky movie series, Apollo Creed - a Black person - offers his services to Rocky Balboa in the franchises third installment, in exchange for a favor at the end of Rocky III ( the favor, a non-televised sparring... Read More
Previously, on SBPDL, we learned that Black people do not like Real American Heroes. The real United States military and the elite soldiers that comprise the Navy Seals, Air Force Special Forces, Rangers and Delta Force are overwhelmingly white, as are 97 percent of the pilots who fly for our armed forces. Unlike the G.I.... Read More
Tolerance. Acceptance. Not judging others by the content of their character nor the color of the skin. Sadly, St. Martin Luther King Jr. - who, with Mein Obama and Jackie Robinson will one day adorn the Black Mount Rushmore - never said anything in his Sermon on the Mount about Gay people and, more specifically,... Read More
Black people don’t like to be challenged. We have discussed what happens when Black people don’t cooperate with the police and now, something much greater is transpiring in America: white people are questioning whether or not Barack Obama was born in the United States and thus eligible to the President of the United States. Deemed... Read More
Ceasar Romero. Jack Nicholson. Mark Hamill. Heath Ledger. And now, Barack Hussein Obama. What do these five men have in common? They have all played the Joker, the sadistic clown that is Batman’s arch-nemesis and one of the more sinister antagonists in contemporary literature. Now, it would be fair to say that all of the... Read More
Black people in the United States of America fail to realize how good they have it in Post-Obama America. The nation is at their finger tips, with the media, legal system, educational system and legislative branch completely binding over backwards to submit to their every demand. To be fair, even in Pre-Obama America, these various... Read More