Did somebody drop off a load of watermelons in all the ghettos?
Muh homies been quiet recently. Maybe Soros is spending his money on vote recounts rather than on agitating in the ghetto.
GLP, that premier conspiracy forum, sometimes reads like an old fashioned KKK revival meeting. Here’s an example.
Notice How We Now Hear So Little From The Groids.
Their Whitey Benefactors, the Little Liberals, have been Trump Thumped. And, they will continue to be Thumped. Ceaselessly. So, the usual Big Moufed Groids, the Jesseh-Jakk-Sonz, the useless contemporaries of Marty King, the Jiggaboo Black Panthers, the few Yapping Brown Wimmin in Congress, and the few Millionaire Afro-Dudes are all mute. The low IQ Black Pro Athletes got nuffin. They say can only play ball. Thas’ All. Jes Ball. For Whitey.
These people all know their Jig Is Up. They gots no-boddy heppin’ them now. Nosuh. No Boddy.
Now, have fun watching one of the most RACIST comedy videos made. Well, I think it’s racist, but it’s one of those weird things where you can’t be sure.
Not racist enough? Try this one:
Learn more about the late Johnny Rebel at Wikipedia.
His songs frequently used the word nigger and often voiced sympathy for Jim Crow-era segregation and the Ku Klux Klan.
Trahan first recorded songs under the Johnny Rebel name in the mid-1960s. He employed J. D. “Jay” Miller’s recording studio in Crowley, Louisiana. Miller, in fact, produced the sessions and issued the recordings on his own Reb Rebel label.
Trahan’s first release—the fifth for the Reb Rebel label—was a 45 RPM single of “Lookin’ for a Handout” and “Kajun Ku Klux Klan”. He would record many more singles for the label, “Nigger, Nigger”, “Coon Town”, “Who Likes a Nigger?”, “Nigger Hatin’ Me”, “Still Looking for a Handout”, “Some Niggers Never Die (They Just Smell That Way)”, “Stay Away from Dixie”, and “Move Them Niggers North.” Only two of Trahan’s songs are not strictly about race: “Keep a-Workin’ Big Jim” is about the efforts of Louisiana district attorney Jim Garrison to solve the Kennedy assassination, while “(Federal Aid Hell!) The Money Belongs to Us” is a song critical of U.S. federal aid programs. Two of these songs were eventually issued in album format by Reb Rebel Records under the title “For Segregationists Only”.