Monday, July 21, 2008

If Africans are equal to everyone else, why haven't any of them....

Composed a symphony?

Written and produced a hit Broadway show?

Written any critically-acclaimed prose or verse?

Discovered some new fundamental property of the universe?

Exported anything anyone would want to actually BUY from Africa apart from stuff that's dug out the ground or grows naturally?

Given up chopping off the limbs of babies and raping and murdering women?

Given up the practice of female genital mutilation?

Achieved any outstanding ability in anything other than breeding?

Found any cures for any tropical diseases, as opposed to simply spreading them?

Achieved any outstanding ability in anything other than destroying what hard working europeans have built up?

Come up with an internationally-popular cuisine, like virtually ever other culture? When was the last time you went out and 'ate African'?

Won any notable quiz shows to prove they're as smart as the rest of us?

Made any lasting and meaningful contribution to peace on the African continent?

Farmed land productively so as to alleviate the chronic food shortages in Africa?

Designed and mass-produced a vehicle that actually runs AT ALL?

Got anything to show for the billions of dollars in aid that they've been deluged with over many decades now?



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"Written any critically-acclaimed prose or verse?"

Not so fast, Phaedrus...Lest we forget who the Jews hold up as worthy of high acclaim, countless honorary degrees, awards up the kazoo, and a plum professorate in academia.

Recall notorious "Professor of Hate" Nikki Giovanni who hails from the classroom of the besmirched Virginia Tech campus whose beatific, eloquent poetry and prose profoundly stirs hearts, souls, and minds...

From Steve Sailor:

"Among the most celebrated figures of the Black Arts Movement of the 1960s and recipient of 21 honorary degrees, Giovanni has published poems strikingly similar to Cho's plays in both vileness and incompetence.
For example:

The True Import of Present Dialog, Black vs. Negro, by Nikki Giovanni

Can you kill
Can you kill
Can a ni**er kill
Can a ni**er kill a honkie
Can a ni**er kill the Man
Can you kill ni**er
Huh? Ni**er can you
Do you know how to draw blood
Can you poison
Can you stab-a-Jew
Can you kill huh? Ni**er
Can you kill
Can you run a protestant down with your
‘68 El Dorado
(that’s all they’re good for anyway)
Can you kill
Can you piss on a blond head
Can you cut it off
Can you kill
A ni**er can die
We ain’t got to prove we can die
We got to prove we can kill

Ironically, the author of these lines was asked to deliver the closing remarks at Virginia Tech's convocation memorializing the 32 slaughtered by Cho. For some reason, Giovanni didn't read The True Import.

The above poem is not an isolated example. Cho's old professor has had, for example, a Molotov cocktail obsession:

Also a company called Revolution has just issued
A special kit for little boys
Called Burn Baby
I’m told it has full instructions on how to siphon gas
And fill a bottle

And, then there's this:

and it occurred to me
maybe i shouldn't write
at all
but clean my gun
and check my kerosene supply

She switched themes from kill-the-honkies to confessional self-obsession as the market for up-against-the-wall poetry dried up at the end of the 1960s, and now laughs off questions about her Cho-like early work.

Still, in 1997 the poetess had "Thug Life" tattooed on her arm to honor slain gangsta rapper Tupac Shakur, who was gunned down in a long-running fatal feud with other rappers. Wikipedia explains, with deadpan irony:

"She has stated that she would 'rather be with the thugs than the people who are complaining about them.' She also tours nationwide and frequently speaks out against hate-motivated violence.

Giovanni also writes prose:

RACISM 101; Giovanni, Nikki; $20.00; This book indicts higher education for the inequities it perpetuates, contemplates the legacy of the 60's, provides a survival guide for black students on predominately white campuses, and denounces Spike Lee while offering her own ideas for a film about Malcolm X. [From a list of "Books On The African American LGB Experience"]

Voir Dire

P.S. Love your clear, concise writing style, Phaedrus. My only regret is, being a slave to the Jew-engineered state, never having enough time to drink from the fountain of truth the works produced by our many gifted writers and dedicated patriots. Keep up the great work. It doesn't go unnoticed. Far more people read blogs than actually comment on them.

Phaedrus: Exploring the Machinations of World Jewry... said...

Thanks, Voir Dire. I know the essays on this page get circulated far more widely than the rankings on Technorati would suggest. Those who take the time to copy and re-publish these truths deserve our heartfelt thanks. They too are doing their bit for peace and freedom.