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Religion and abortion are two topics that we don’t like to discuss here. But one topic we quickly will discuss is the recent decision by the United States government to grant asylum to 28 homosexual Jamaicans. Do we even need to explicate what this means? The article simply states: In an unprecedented victory, 28 homosexual... Read More
You can't address any of the problems in America - whether increasing or decreasing taxation, improving education (its working pretty good for whites and Asians), stopping manufacturing companies and white collars jobs from being outsourced, improvements in transportation and cutting the size of government - without addressing that white elephant in the room, Black people.... Read More
Is it wrong to call the World Cup in South Africa - an event hasn't even started yet - a failure? No. It is not. We are told by Time magazine's Managing Editor Richard Stengel that Nelson Mandela is the most important person and greatest human on the planet (in that magazine's World Cup preview... Read More
If you watch ESPN, you have seen this tag line for the 2010 World Cup quite frequently – One Game Changes Everything. The idea behind this marketing strategy is to imply that with the first game being played in South Africa (on June 11) all is changed, changed utterly. The continent of Africa has never... Read More
We take no pride in our conclusions being validated by real-world events. Yes, so a lily-white Duke basketball team won the 2010 NCAA Championship. So what? But South Africa descending into chaos that rivals Zimbabwe? How could we honestly make that prediction? For those paying attention the recent assassination of Eugene Terre'Blanche, a leader of... Read More
We at SBPDL went on record that a Nelson Mandela death prior to the 2010 World Cup would ruin the chances of a successful futbol (soccer) tournament in that downtrodden nation. But two months away from the first kick, soccer fans everywhere are counting down the moments until their beloved nations compete for the FIFA... Read More