25 September, 2020

White Philosophy: Black Behavior

Posted by Socrates in black behavior, black behavior vs. white behavior, Black mentality, black violence, Blacks as a failed race, Blacks as child-like, Blacks as worthless, Blacks in America, Dindu Nuffins, Socrates at 10:31 am | Permanent Link

An interesting feature of Black behavior: Blacks cannot admit guilt. Like children, they blame others for their mistakes. For example, in 1988, the famous Black soul singer James Brown (uhh!) got high on (uhh!) “angel dust” (yeow!) and threatened people with a shotgun, then he led police on a wild car chase, which ended with the police shooting out the tires of Brown’s truck. Brown’s comments afterwards? He was innocent. It wasn’t his fault. He didn’t do anything wrong. (Then whose fault was it? Brown was sentenced to 6 years in prison for that episode). In that way, Blacks are like children who blame everyone else for their screw-ups. (Brown is a great example of the old adage: “You can take the boy out of the jungle, but you can’t take the jungle out of the boy”; indeed, Brown is a better example of that than most Blacks, due to his stage grunting and frequent PCP use).

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