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The United States of America in July 2009 is a much different place then it was in July 0f 2008. For one thing, we live in a land liberated from the racist stranglehold of white people as the glorious day of Nov. 4, 2008 came and washed away the sins of the Pre-Obama America, with the election of Mein Obama.

November 4th, 2008 is the holy day now for Black people and for many disingenuous white liberals, who view the coronation of Barry “Barack” Hussein Obama with admiration, awe, tears and a day worthy of celebration and holy sacraments.

They view the man – Mein Obama – with unwavering loyalty and unquestionable belief in his gracious omnipotence. Obama’s supporters view Mein Obama the same way that the God-King Xerxes in the film 300, viewed himself: as a divine God, who merely walks among the mere mortals of the world, dispensing wisdom and guidance for the masses to follow.

It was Xerxes, in 300, who demanded of the traitor, Ephialtes that:

“Unlike the cruel Leonidas, who demanded that you stand, I require only that you kneel.”

However, unlike the fictitious words of Xerxes, Mein Obama has yet to make it mandatory to kneel before him, yet Black people have already fallen to two knees in submission to their leader. Disingenuous white liberals have followed suit, and like Ephialtes, decided to put their faith in a more benevolent faction:

“Newsweek editor Evan Thomas brought adulation over President Obama’s Cairo speech to a whole new level on Friday, declaring on MSNBC: “I mean in a way Obama’s standing above the country, above – above the world, he’s sort of God.”

Mein Obama stands above the country and looks down upon with incredulous eyes that all of the country – the world – for that matter, hasn’t fallen in line with Black people who worship him as a God. After winning 96 percent of the Black vote on that glorious November 4th day, and standing firmly behind the uncooperative Henry Louis Gates in his battle with the relic of Pre-Obama America – white racism – Mein Obama has clearly positioned himself as the leader of Black America only.

Mein Obama and his supporters view all members of Pre-Obama America that are not Black, as still harboring views that almost kept November 4th – the holiest of holy days for Black people – from occurring.

Those views were on full display to Black people and Mein Obama, when Sgt. James Crowley arrested Gates. Regardless of the facts, Mein Obama and his minions view any action taken against them as racist and an attempt to reinstitute Pre-Obama America.

That is why criticism of Mein Obama is Stuff Black People Don’t Like, for only a racist could criticize Obama and his divine rule. Although his poll numbers are beginning to sink to levels that remind people of George W. Bush’s porous approval ratings, Black people stand firmly behind Mein Obama:

“Released on the same day was a demographic breakdown of that rating: only 41 percent of white Americans approve of the job he’s doing, while 97 percent of blacks approve and 58 percent of all other ethnicities combined approve.”

97 percent of Black people approve of the job Mein Obama has done in his role as President of the United States, which is a jump from the 96 percent of Black people who voted for him on that holy day, November 4th.

The United States stands on the verge of financial collapse and ruin, yet Black people equate any criticism of their ruler, Mein Obama, as casus belli against their ruler and the new world he is working to create.

It is important to remember the lines of Xerxes from 300, when telling the Spartans of his plans for Sparta due to their opposition to him:

“There will be no glory in your sacrifice. I will erase even the memory of Sparta from the histories! Every piece of Greek parchment shall be burned. Every Greek historian, and every scribe shall have their eyes pulled out, and their tongues cut from their mouths. Why, uttering the very name of Sparta, or Leonidas, will be punishable by death! The world will never know you existed at all!”

This speech is how Black people view Pre-Obama America and anyone who dare defend it. They have already begun to dismantle Pre-Obama America, t hrough the renaming of schools that once featured Washington and Jefferson with names of non-slave owning people nor “Dead White Males”. Black people wish to erase the memory of Pre-Obama America from the memory and replace it with Mein Obama.

Pre-Obama America is dead, to Black people. Mein Obama is above criticism and any defamation of him is grounds for war and ridicule as a racist and defender of the old, white rule in America.

Stuff Black People Don’t Like includes criticism of Mein Obama, for even though America is headed for third world status and financial ruin, it will at least be lead there by one of their own.

(Republished from SBPDL by permission of author or representative)
 
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  1. I hope Obama will be remembered as the first, and last, black president of the United States of America.

    I mean, civilisation, and the whole planet Earth as we know it, would never survive for longer than the reign of ONE black man in such a high position of power, such as he!

  2. First, I just wanted to compliment you on your blog. Outstanding work. I hope word of it spreads far and wide.

    Second, I hope that one day whites will wake from this multi-cult opium daze and defend their civilization from these animals. One can dream.

  3. Oh man!

    This site isn't merely hilarious, its so on the mark…

    Good stuff sir! Very good stuff!

  4. As much as I despise the Bolsheviks, I can understand why they had all the "good Socialists" like Evan Thomas "shot years ago." (Molotov's words)

    To sleep; perchance to dream.

  5. Down be talkin' sheet 'bout da Prezdent. Ya'll be raysis. All we be aksin' fo iz sum 'spect. How a brutha spozed ta pay da rent. Da Prezdent gone do bedda job dan ya'll eva dih. He gone make ethin bess fo da keyids.

  6. I'm black and I didn't vote for Obama, because I believe the people who fucked this country up should be the ones to fix it.

  7. "I'm black and I didn't vote for Obama"

    That's because they don't let felons vote.

  8. –I'm black and I didn't vote for Obama, because I believe the people who fucked this country up should be the ones to fix it.–

    Name one successful black country.

  9. Anonymous [AKA "vanessa"] says: • Website

    I pray that God takes the hated out of your hearts. It’s ok to dislike someone, or not agree with someone, but to dislike all people because their skin is different, is a sad sick thought. Just say he is a bad president, why does he have to be a bad black president? What if God made you Black, or better yet what if God made your children black would you still feel the same way? I pray that God takes this hate from you. 🙂

  10. "Name one successful black country."

    YOUESSAY

  11. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    "I'm black and I didn't vote for Obama, because I believe the people who f*cked this country up should be the ones to fix it."

    THen you better start talking to Rahm Emmanuel, and all HIS 'kin.' (Ben Bernanke, Greenspan, etc.)

    Barry Baby is just a front man, who has the unique (Egotistical) characteristic to believe that HE is the reason he won….

    -Fr. John

  12. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    The person who made this cite is a fuckin idiot. You need to get real. African Americans were brought in the USA because the whites were to fuckin lazy to pick cotton. If you didn't want us here then you should have thought about that.We don't have a fuckin receipt so you're not going to return us u dumb ass.We are here to stay. We are here in this country together and we are going to work together to make it stronger. You fuckin ass

  13. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I am so tired of professional racists of whatever color or stripe. How about if we all look upon each other as rational, thinking, intelligent human beings and assess someone on his or her individual character,intent and actions (which speak much louder that words).
    Please, stop with all the racist garbage, it makes you look like morons. BTW, I did not vote for Obama as I am a conservative and a constitutionalist. I also did not vote for McCain.

  14. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I have a question, there is a sentence below the "post comment" which says that "your comment will be visible after approval", approval by whom? There seems to be a great deal of profanity and blatant racism approved for publication so how high can your standards be?

  15. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    I feel it puts a hilarious double standard on the issue here. While presidents have always been subject to heavy criticism from both their own party and the non-ruling party, Obama seems to be hidden behind a bulletproof vest of accusations of racism and liberal ignornace. Now if black people so rally around Obama because he is black aswell, then the world is in for seriously dire times if being black is all it takes for some white liberals to feel guilty enough to throw in their vote.

  16. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    "The person who made this cite is a fuckin idiot. You need to get real. African Americans were brought in the USA because the whites were to fuckin lazy to pick cotton. If you didn't want us here then you should have thought about that.We don't have a fuckin receipt so you're not going to return us u dumb ass.We are here to stay. We are here in this country together and we are going to work together to make it stronger. You fuckin ass"

    -I'm pretty sure that Whites were in fact the FIRST slaves brought here, and unless my history is a bit hazy, I'm also pretty sure that it was your fellow blacks who sold you in the first place. Thank the good Lord your descendants were brought here, otherwise you would be living in that cesspool that is Africa instead of mooching off well-meaning whites and typing crap like the above on a "white" invention (computer). As a white, I will rise above it all and say, Your Welcome!!!

  17. Man's mamma is white? That makes him black? Forget it. America is so fucked up it can't even use the term mixed.

    Your this or that nothing other.

  18. http://content.usatoday.com/communities/theoval/post/2010/04/obamas-census-question-on-race/1

    Obama checked African-American on his census form. So yes, the man is Black.

    In America, all non-whites automatically associate themselves with a disadvantaged class. That is the name of the game. Blame whitey for all problems and then use the law to tax them for any real (or imagined) infraction.

  19. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    For everyone saying that blacks are hated because of there color alone are completely wrong. Blacks are disliked because every time i turn on the news and someone was shot, mugged, raped, robbed, ect. Guess what, 90% of the time the perp is black. How many white people do you see living in projects collecting a check from the govt. And doing absolutly nothing but sitting on the front porch drinking a 40? If you would stop being such screwups and start acting like a civilized human being, then at that time you will start to earn some respect.

  20. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    Obama had a golden opportunity to try to narrow the racial divide and to try to bring poeple together. Instead, he plays the race card as hard and as much as he can. YES, they do say that if you don't agree with the half-black president that you are a racist.
    I am sick and damned tired, too, of hearing that things are less bad than they were. Hell, they are still getting worse.

  21. Obamma beez Duh Man yo!!!!!!!

    🙂

  22. an ignorant ass person would post that comment on sept. 18. wow so sad

  23. I pray this project ends in 2012

  24. Anonymous (November 7, 2009 at 4:37 PM):

    "We are here in this country together and we are going to work together to make it stronger."

    Fine, so when are you going to start?

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