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What if the Tea Party was majority Black, instead of overwhelmingly white? CNN asked this question during an intense debate on one of the 24/7 news channels increasingly unwatched and irrelevant shows. Tea Party people still don’t understand: The ideas they espouse aren’t universal and they obviously don’t transcend racial barriers. Any movement that is... Read More
During the 2008 election, you wouldn't have been wrong to confuse the title of Fox's hit television show "American Idol" with the fictional title of a documentary about Mein Obama, Barack H. Obama. The media hid the gloves of investigative reporting and instead continually clapped them together in a monolithic chorus of sustained gleeful prose... Read More
We live in a world governed by few rules, but the most important of all laws that must be acknowledged without fail is simply this: Thou Shalt Not Display Black People in a Negative Light. Thus, the need for a month dedicated to celebrating accomplishments of a race largely devoid of any accomplishments or contributions... Read More
It has been stated many times that white men can’t jump. This generally accepted fact has an equally acknowledged truth that everyone knows, but few admit publicly: Black people can jump, which is punctuated by the nearly 80 percent of NBA players being of primary African descent. However, to admit that white people might be... Read More
Soon to stand resolute in the same city where monuments to racist slaveholders attract millions every year will be the Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial. This towering memorial to Martin Luther King will be erected to remind all of the sins of Pre-Obama America and the still unfulfilled promise of Mr. King’s “I have... Read More
The 26th of December has a special place in the hearts and minds of disingenuous white liberals everywhere: it is the start of a week-long celebration of innate Blackness and the glory of Black people, Kwanaa!: Kwanzaa... the event that Black people eagerly await for year-round, where disingenuous white liberals heap praise and joy upon... Read More
Christmas is the time of year where family gather together to remember the past, celebrate cherished memories and reminisce upon kin long since gone, but not forgotten. Black people, though more than 70 percent are born out of wedlock, love Christmas. As we learned in our article on gay marriage, Black people are deeply religious... Read More
We live in a world where the printed word is fading in popularity. Visual stimulation through the medium of movies and video games has supplanted reading and led to a significant decline in readership throughout the country. The National Endowment for the Arts has an incredibly somber analysis of the situation available to read here.... Read More
In but a few days time, millions of youth will take to the streets to trick or treat for candy from neighbors; fraternities will once again be host to parties that leave little to the imagination; and adults will dress up in fantasy gear to engage in vain attempts to replicate their youth by searching... Read More
There is a time and place that is now but an epoch of history, forever enshrined in the history books as an era of oppression, persecution and cultural hegemony fostered upon venerable Black people who were mere unwitting subjects to this endless parade of supremacy: Pre-Obama America. Enshrined in the images of the 1950s, this... Read More
(Play this song, while you read this entry) It wasn't that long ago that Heisman Trophy winning (white guy) running back Paul Hornung had this to say about his alma mater Notre Dame and Black people: Black people might get upset with this comment, since it relies on the usage of Hate Facts, but it... 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
"If you build it, he will come," so spoke the ghost of "Shoeless" Joe Jackson in the classic, Pre-Obama America film "Field of Dreams". The movie showcases America's pastime - baseball - and the deep connection the sport has with Pre-Obama America; the ritual of playing catch with your father; and the dreams that remain... 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
Black people are the most interesting subject matter, not just in the United State, but on earth. Today's posting will justify that claim. It has been hypothesized that all human life evolved out of Africa, but the lack of development in that continent throughout human history and Black people living there - until the age... 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
Black people are hard to please. They will never forgive white people for Pre-Obama America, an era that they deem dead and gone. Regardless of obsequious actions performed by white people to placate Black people, resentment and bitterness will always exist. Reparations? Not enough. Free college education for all Black people? Nope. Affirmative Action? Hasn’t... 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
Debuting in 1964, a toy would take the United States by storm and spawn a multi-billion dollar franchise that recently culminated in a live-action Hollywood film that garnered more than $55 million in its opening week. G.I. Joe, named after the term ‘General Issue’ and subsequently a generic term used to denote all U.S. soldiers,... 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