27 February, 2020

Whites With Black Friends: They’re Playing a Dangerous Game

Posted by Socrates in black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, black crime, black culture, black violence, Blacks in America, Socrates, White philosophy, White thought at 12:50 pm | Permanent Link

Everyone knows a “good” Black fellow, just like everyone knows a “good” Mexican. But being friends with a negro is like being friends with a pit bull: one day, when you least expect it, he’ll turn on you. It doesn’t take much for a negro to suddenly devolve to the primitive: just look at him the “wrong” way or say the “wrong” thing to him, and he’ll be on you like a duck on a junebug. [Article].

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  7. One Response to “Whites With Black Friends: They’re Playing a Dangerous Game”

    1. Luke Says:

      I believe the correct analogy is:

      “Like a rooster on a june bug'”