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Taking off the mask off of SBPDL for a second, I wanted to thank everyone for continuing to read this blog. I've been incredibly busy and have neglected putting together competent posts (and actually finishing a look at the TV shows Black people dislike the most) as of late, and I owe readers an apology.... Read More
One of the more cherished activities that a white person – not just a Disingenuous White Liberal (DWL) - can partake in is volunteering to help out underprivileged, poverty stricken or needy Black people. It is through volunteering that white people seek the absolution of past sins committed by their ancestors against Black people. Building... 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
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
Black people - though they might not like what Pre-Obama America represented - have no real animosity toward the United States of America. The USA is a land of endless dreams and hope, and for a people united in a common cause anything is possible. Black people united in furthering Black interests can thus accomplish... Read More
(While you read this, listen to this song) "December 7, 1941 - a date that will live in infamy...," so said Franklin Roosevelt 68 years ago today, in the wake of the horrific surprise attack by the Empire of Japan on US Naval forces based in Hawaii: This attack by Japan awoke the so-called "sleeping... Read More
We at SBPDL talk about college football and sports all the time for one simple reason: without sports, Black people would have absolutely no positive images to project to the American people. Integration and the breakdown of entrenched dogmatic white supremacy in every institution in America only occurred when white people realized they could derive... Read More
Michael Oher is a fine football player, who is an employee of the National Football League (NFL) and the benefactor of white people and their amazing altruism. We have previously written about Oher and the white family that nurtured him to a scholarship at Ole Miss, for nature dealt Mr. Oher a cruel blow as... Read More
Question: What is 6'4 and 310 LBS. of cuddly warmth? If you answered Michael Oher, you would be correct. Oher is a member of the National Football League and one of that organizations most prized employees, for he is also the subject of an upcoming movie that details his incredible life: Be honest with yourself:... 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
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
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
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
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
The sudden and tragic of passing of John Hughes has sparked a renewed interest in his films and the decade that he immortalized - the 1980s. Black people came into their own in the 1980s, thanks to MTV, The Cosby Show and most importantly Michael Jackson. Although they were completely absolved from the casting decisions... Read More
"Keeping it real" is an important saying in the Black community, as Black people do not like those who give false impressions of what they are truly after. Black people value authenticity above almost everything else in their daily lives and when someone in their community strays from being authentically Black, they will be excommunicated... Read More