19 June, 2021

Thoughts on Juneteenth (June 19)

Posted by Socrates in Africa, African dictators, black arrogance, black culture, Black mentality, black nationalism, Black racism, Juneteenth, pidgin English, slavery, slavery in Africa, slavery lies, slavery racket at 11:35 am | Permanent Link

Juneteenth commemorates the ending of slavery in America. White people ended the slavery, by the way. The UN didn’t force them to. Nor did NATO, or Jesus.

Juneteenth is now a federal holiday, thanks to Joe “Where’s My Brain?” Biden. It’s just another political/racial weapon that will increase Black racism against Whites. A totally unnecessary holiday.

Did you know that some people think that slavery was the best thing to ever happen to Blacks? If not for slavery, the theory goes, Blacks would still be in the jungles of Africa, throwing spears and grunting, instead of being in Congress in America. What?? You think that theory is logical?? Gee, that sounds extremely racist and KKK-like. How shocking. Also, some people call Juneteenth “Coonteenth.” What?? You think that’s funny?? Well, that’s very shocking and disturbing.

Importantly, slavery still exists today in at least 9 African countries (Mauritania, Mali, Niger, Chad, Sudan, Ghana, Benin, Togo and Nigeria). That slavery includes forced labor and sex slavery. Are the Blacks in America yelling about slavery in Africa today? Are they demanding that the slavery in Africa be stopped? Nope. Why not? Good question. Why not? As near as I can tell, Blacks don’t care about other Blacks unless the other Blacks are “being oppressed by White people” and then they go apeshit about it and riot in the streets.

Second of all, Juneteenth isn’t a real word. It’s pidgin English. Why not use a real word?

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