Thursday, March 18, 2010

All black people must leave this WALMART now! must be Black Friday!

Your daily racist WTF? Yep, apparently youse people need to get the hell out of their stores and go the f*ck back to Africa as John Turturro suggested back in the movie Do The Right Thing.

A male voice came over the public-address system Sunday evening at a store in Washington Township, in southern New Jersey, and calmly announced: "Attention, Walmart customers: All black people, leave the store now."

Did youse people think you could get away with making jokes about us White folks n'em having pancake asses and being horrible dancers without consequences. Uh-huh, I see how youse people laugh at the pics of us on

I'm guessing it's two caucasian females that work for Commander Hopenchange.

1 comment:

Khakjaan Wessington said...

Faithful Argus Gets a New Master [News Poem, March 20 2010]
“The authorities in southern New Jersey said Saturday that they had arrested a 16-year-old boy for activating a public-address system at a Wal-Mart store earlier in the week and ordering 'all black people' to leave.The boy, whose name was not released because he is a minor, was charged with bias and intimidation and harassment in connection with the episode last Sunday. If convicted, he could face up to a year in a juvenile detention center, officials said.”
--Kirk Semple and Nate Schweber, The New York Times, March 20 2010
Day 2
I took this job because the chinks all cheat—
In league with jews and blacks to take the jobs
Of honest men like me. Today, I'll greet
Those shoppers equally: I'll let them rob
The kykes who really own this warehouse store:
I'm just a victim in this racial war.
Month 18
The boss, he praised my cheerful, careful work.
I held my tongue about the raise I want:
To ask might risk his ire—I'm not a jerk—
A teammate ought not seek what others flaunt.
I'd rather ask for extra time, not pay:
Or else this job as well might go away.
Year 8:
The panic did not end until they caught
The kid who risked what others—we—had earned.
Rebellion's tokens: prison's what it bought,
And now the chance to know what I have learned.
Obey and follow rules or else you'll fail;
For men like us it's slavery or jail.