Should we be Shocked anymore?

Should we be Shocked anymore? IHOP and Wendy’s provide intimate profiles of Black people

Nothing should shock us anymore. Nothing.

If you’ve been reading this Web site for awhile now nothing that we post should surprise you. No story of utter depravity should induce shock, no mainstream newspaper article or CNN story bemoaning the lack of Black participation in certain vocations will astonish, and certainly anything construed as a Hate Fact will undoubtedly be further validation of what a simple, honest appraisal of the Black community would surmise.

We have tried to come up with a phrase to describe the totalitarian regime that the United States of America has become, where any and all criticism of Black people must be viciously stamped out. Though Black people do not literally run the government, the government of the United States of America is run for their specific and stated betterment.

That is why the term Black Run America (BRA) has come to play a vital part in this Web sites evolution. No one believes Black people actually run the United States government – though cities and counties that they do run have a tendency to break down completely and lose their accreditation – but the United States government’s main objective is augmenting Black people’s existence for the better.

The media – which unabashedly shapes the public’s opinion and the direction of a debate better than any medium ever created – is firmly controlled by the same governing tenets BRA: thou shall never show Black people in a negative light. The corollary to this rule being: if Black people are shown in less than positive circumstances the culpability for this condition will always fall upon white racism.

Disingenuous White Liberals (DWLs) are firmly in control of every institution (media, government, academia, and the military) and through strenuous effort they ensure that BRA remains unopposed.

Funny: DWL’s live far removed from Black people and actively engage in pricing them out of major cities that will soon be virtually Black free (San Francisco and New York offer prime examples of this).

Nothing shocks us anymore at Stuff Black People Don’t Like. We have read stories from around the country that confirm the veracity of Hate Facts and profiled the collapsing Black underclass that threatens to explode at any moment.

Believe whatever conspiracy you want; the ultimate conspiracy of the 20th century (and 21st century) was the ability by the DWLs who run BRA to create an atmosphere where toleration for the proliferation of the Black underclass – and the morals of that community – became viable.

Primarily through sports, positive images of Black people permeated into the living rooms of all classes in America who otherwise would never, ever interact with Blacks. Where America once had Roger Staubach as a hero, we now have Michael Vick.

If BRA did not exist, positive images of Black people through sports would still be plentiful, but these would be juxtaposed with the reality of the Black underclass where the majority of these athletes call home.

No one dares point out that the problems of Black people are largely self-perpetuating, and those like Bill Cosby who bring attention to the massive problems within that community are tragically castigated by the same people he is attempting to help.

This quote personifies the power of the media (television, commercials and film) and how BRA has been palatably packaged in a non-threatening way:

“The American motion picture is the greatest unconscious carrier of propaganda in the world today. It is a great distributor for ideas and opinions. The motion picture can standardize the ideas and habits of a nation. Because pictures are made to meet market demands, they reflect, emphasize and even exaggerate broad popular tendencies, rather than stimulate new ideas and opinions. The motion picture avails itself only of ideas and facts which are in vogue. As the newspaper seeks to purvey news, it seeks to purvey entertainment.”
– Edward Bernays, Propaganda

BRA thrives on propaganda with the creation of Black Fictional Heroes (February 2011 is approaching for new inductions into this growing pantheon) in both film and television comprising a vital component of manufacturing positive images of Black people through actors and actresses in popular roles.

Just remember this: the plan for the creation of BRA is not new. It has been around for quite some time. Without the positive images of sports, there is no deflection from the endless stories of criminality, cop killings and fast food meltdowns that Black people seem to constantly find themselves participating in on a daily basis.

Over the past 50 years, the media has put out movie after movie, sitcom after sitcom and commercial after commercial that has helped manufacture a false paradigm where Black people in America reside in a happy, whitopia-style existence. Academia has done everything in its power to instill Black pride and create an environment where academic success is viewed as acting white (though SAT, ACT and every standardized test result would seem to validate this view).

And through 50 years of propaganda, white people still have no desire to live anywhere near Black people or send their kids to school with a population of Black children that is nearly 3/4th’s illegitimate. It is Black people who desire living around white people, sending their kids to school districts they do not live in or demanding forced busing.

TV shows and movies might showcase an inauthentic and fabricated view of the Black community, but YouTube and the Internet continually deflate this carefully constructed image with crushing finality. Take these two stories from IHOP and Wendy’s, two restaurants that have decided to implement McDonald’s 365Black moniker with stunning efficiency.

First, from the International House of Pancakes courtesy of Orangeburg, South Carolina, a group of Black people decide to riot after someone ostensibly suggests leaving a 15 percent tip:

A Midlands restaurant’s parent company is reviewing video of a fight in its dining room to determine how to make the dining experience safer for its patrons.
A spokesperson for International House of Pancakes says corporate leaders are looking at a video posted on YouTube showing an out of control early morning crowd at its Orangeburg location early Saturday morning.
The cell phone video shows punches flying, drinks being thrown and tables and chairs being knocked over in the dining room at the IHOP on North Road.
The two minute clip starts out with an unidentified woman yelling “I ride the ride! I ride the ride!” Then she yells “Back off! Back off!” and punches start flying.
The video is unsettling to some Orangeburg residents. “It bothers me that my mother, my family could be out trying to enjoy a simple meal,” said Eric Collins. “It makes you wonder… Am I going to be next? Am I going to get caught in this?”
During the brawl, a man with a black jacket with “security” written on the back attempts to break up the fight, but the punching and name calling continues.
Later in the video a man can be swinging what looks like a cane at an unidentified woman. That same man is seen at the end of the video walking toward the door of the restaurant claiming he ‘hasn’t done anything.’
Kenneth Collier and his goddaughter are embarrassed the video is getting attention on the Internet. “It just make us look bad, ignorant, all of the above,” said Collier. “It’s just ridiculous.”
“I don’t see how you can talk about kids acting the way they do. When grown-ups acting like that. I just don’t understand,” said Collier. “I guess they’re looking for a reality show.”
This scene reminds us of that infamous brawl in Florida, the primary variable connecting each disparate story is the presence of Black people.
Next we have Wendy’s, a restaurant famous for donating large portions of income to the Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption. In keeping with the adopted theme of 365Black that all restaurants – save Chick-fil-A – have incorporated, Black people frequenting a Wendy’s in Queens decided an impromptu brawl was needed to add diversity to the restaurant:
A fight broke out at a Wendy’s in Queens Village, leaving one of the workers seriously injured. The disturbing scene from inside the Wendy’s was captured on a phone on Friday. In the video, you can see the cashier get pummeled to the ground by teenage girls.
A Wendy’s employee told Fox 5 that it started with one girl attacking the woman and a large group of them jumped in and punched her. The worker said it all began when the group started fighting and throwing food. She was behind the counter when her co-worker walked over to try and stop them, she said.
The woman who was attacked suffered a concussion and is currently unable to work.
Two of the teens have been identified by school officials as students at Martin van Buren High School, which is just down the block.  School officials said they are working closely with the NYPD to investigate the incident.

The Wendy’s franchise director, Louis Meyer, released a statement that read in part: “This vicious attack on our female employee was shocking and uncalled for. We are cooperating with the police in their investigation and our security camera data and anything else they request will be provided to them.”

These stories no longer shock us at SBPDL. That 11 cops were murdered in a 24 hour across America is not shocking to us (that the suspect’s pictures have been primarily hidden in all cases is incriminating enough evidence to prove that Thug Report will be called upon show us the killers photos).

A name is needed to describe the situation that we find ourselves living through in 2011 America. We have come up with Black Run America (BRA), a term that does not mean Black people necessarily run America, but that America has been rebuilt to the benefit of Black people solely (DWLs profit from positioning themselves as the ultimate saviors of Black people).

One thing is certain: a society built upon lies cannot last forever.  Fifty-plus years of intense propaganda have ultimately failed, with sports remaining the last line of defense in keeping the concept of BRA alive.

The scenes of savagery at IHOP and Wendy’s punctuate vividly why DWL’s are pricing out the Black underclass from their centers of operations in New York City, San Francisco, Austin, Boulder, Portland and Seattle (Washington D.C and Atlanta are slowly but surely next).

The scenes of savagery at IHOP and Wendy’s have unquestionably been e-mailed hundreds of thousands of times, viewed by millions. As OneSTDV stated brilliantly: YouTube: bringing private moments of HBD to the masses since 2005.

It’s time to get back to the # posts at Stuff Black People Don’t Like, but know this: the ranks of those who can see grow by the second, by the minute and by the day.

Enabled by the election of Mein Obama, Black people feel compelled to “act a fool” with a callous disregard for the consequences since a Black man is president.Black people love being Black, which translates simply to this: they have no shame.

Knowing this, nothing should surprise you anymore either.

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