Monday, June 29, 2015

The Truth about Affirmative Action

Those who argue in favor of affirmative action often use the following illustration to drive home the point.

There once was a nigger and a honkey.

"I be a nigger."

"I am a honkey."

The nigger and the honkey were equal in everything.
One day, they came upon a tower with lots of goodies on top.

"There be some good shit on top, bro."

"We gotta get some."

So, the honkey hatched a plan. He told the nigger to help him get to the top. And then, the honkey would pull the nigger up to the top as well to share the good stuff with.

"How about it, nigger? You push me up to the top, and I will pull you up."

"Can I trust yo' honkey ass? I mean I don't know."

"If you don't trust me, just jump up there like an NBA player and get the good stuff."

"Shoo, you be thinking all of us niggers be like Michael Jordan and shit.... Okay, I trust you. I will push your honkey ass to the top. Then, you drag my nigger ass up to your level."

"That's what I said, nigger. Now, let's not waste time. Give me a boost."

So, the nigger pushed the honkey to the top of the tower.

"Get your punkass honkey butt up there and pull me up."

"Push harder, nigger."

But once the honkey got on top, he didn't pull the nigger up but took all the goodies for himself.

"What a dumb nigger. It's all mine, junglebunny fool."

"Damn honkey!! You done trick me. I's gonna whup yo' ass one day when I get the chance.

Goodies monopolized by weasel honkey who acts like a kike.

But the preceding illustration is too simple and misleading.
It assumes that the white man and the black man started on the same plane. In truth, the honkey and the nigger were light years apart in achievement and development.

By the time the honkey encountered the nigger, the honkey had developed:

Complex math, navigation, literature, books, gunpowder, compass, weaving, metallurgy, philosophy, fish and chips, shakespearean drama, complex musical instruments, architecture, oil painting, and tons of other stuff. Think of glassware, silverware, swords, cakes and crumpets, modern wheel, muskets, horse drawn carriage, advanced laws, etc.

In contrast, the nigger only had the bongo drum and the spear. (Some had primitive bow and arrow.)

The nigger's achievement after 10,000 yrs in Africa was:


Bongo drum.

A nigger's life in Africa was rather simple. He hurled a spear at a hippo.

"My dinner!"

"Shit, a nigger again? I hates them niggers."

So, the hippo got agitated and chased after the nigger.

"Sheeeeiiit. Fat mofo be mad and chasing my ass."

"Wait til I get a chunk of your ass."


Anyway, by the time the white man met the black man, they were very different in accomplishment. he white man was the most advanced people on Earth and were about to make even greater progress. In contrast, the black man only knew the spear and the bongo drum.

So a better illustration of their relation is depicted below:

Africa at bottom, Europe at top, and New World yet to be developed by European genius with help of African labor.

At the top was the white man with his great civilization. At the bottom was the black man with his savagery. The white man needed labor to develop the New World. he had the know-how and technology. And Africa had the labor.

The honkey decided to go from Europe to the New World yet to be developed.

Europe with high civilization.
Honkey about to develop the New World with his know-how.
Nigger in Africa with spear and bongo drum.

So, the honkey bought the nigger from another nigger in Africa and pulled him to the New World to pick cotton and do other stuff to build up civilization.

"I got a nigger for sale."

"Okay, I'll buy the nigger."


"I ain't as rich as the white man but I got more than niggers in Africa."

"Dang, the nigger I sold off as a slave to the honkey is better off than me."

And THAT is the real story of black-white relations.


  1. You're deluded if you think Africa had no achievements besides spears and drums

    1. Egyptians are NOT and NEVER were Negros.Negros haven't invented anything but misery where ever they go.

  2. The achievements done by "Africans" are mostly ancient Egyptians' work. Their genetic makeup is mostly the same as today's Egyptians. That is, they are not Negroid black people, they are browned-skinned North African Caucasians. They are not whites but they are not blacks either.

    Some achievements of Africans in the link lack concrete evidence. Even some of them are real, this is only the work of a small percentage of total African population. Otherwise, Average Africans will be just as smart, as wealthy, as healthy and as civilized as other non-African people. But the truth is Africans' average IQ is far below the world average, Africans have low GDP per capita, Africans can't cure the diseases on their own, and Africans' crime rate and corruption is notorious.

    A small number of smart black Africans (even some non-black Africans are included) does not represent the whole population.

  3. Yeah, dey could FLY and buildin pyramids n sheeit

  4. The truth of affirmative action, white people are benificaries:
    Also Egyptians are black:

  5. Damn, some of these deluded negro comments are hilarious.
    It's funny how you claim to be responsible for the Egyptian civilization of 3,000 years ago, yet negroes in Africa today don't even have the wheel!
    It's easy to see why people call you niggers.

    1. By denying Africans any significant link with historic Swahili people, the Asiatic perspective implies that Africans per se had little to do if any with the evolution of historical towns in their own region. This contradicts sharply with records of ancient travellers and geographers who visited the East African coast and recent archaeological findings. For example, during his visit to Mombasa and Kilwa in 1331, Ibn Battuta, a famous Moroccan traveller, described Kilwa as a large city along the coast whose inhabitants were black meaning Africans (see Sutton, 1990:81). Ibn Battuta went even further to mentioning that the inhabitants had tattoos on their faces, a facial feature which is common in a number of Bantu speaking tribes including the Makonde who resides in the area around Tanzania and Mozambique border which is within very close proximity of Kilwa. Some Chinese descriptions of inhabitants of early settlements along the East African coast also indicate strongly that the inhabitants were Africans (see Allen, 1993:21-26).

    2. Perhaps the most interesting and credible evidence against the Asiatic view is founded in findings from recent archaeological surveys and excavations. For instance, an archaeological interpretation based on recent archaeological excavations on the Kenyan north coast suggests that historic Swahili were offspring of a Pastoral-Cushitic group from the Rift Valley and northern part of Kenya (see Horton, 1984, 1987, 1990; Abungu, 1989, 1994). On the basis of excavated cattle and camel bones, Horton (1984, 1987) argued that the Pastoral-Cushitic people founded a number of settlements in the northern coast of Kenya between the 8th and 10th century. He envisaged that the settlements were market centres that provided opportunity for the African inhabitants to come into contact with foreign traders. The contact is believed to have resulted in increased knowledge about trade to the inhabitants and some inter-marriages. According to Horton, the early coastal Cushitic settlements were the origin of Swahili urbanisation. From the Kenyan northern coast, it spread southwards to the rest of the East African coast through Cushitic immigrants or influence.

      There is reasonable consensus that some early coastal settlements along the northern coast of Kenya were of Pastoral-Cushitic origin. However, the theory that there were these settlements that provided the beginning of Swahili urbanisation for the whole East African coast has been questioned and even refuted all together (see Chami, 1998; Haaland, 1994; Schmidt, 1994; etc.). Chami (1998) using materials from recent archaeological surveys and excavations in the central coast of Tanzania asserted the existence of Bantu settlements along the coast as early as the first five centuries of the first millennium. He continued that the Bantu settlements evolved between the 6th and 10th century with changing trading opportunities, new technologies, and population growth giving rise to a new form of coastal urbanisation that spread to the northern and southern coasts of East Africa. According to Chami therefore, the early urbanisation along the Kenyan northern coast was influenced by the Bantu urbanisation in the central coast of Tanzania during the second half of the first millennium.