Thursday, July 2, 2009

Brothers That You Need To Tell To Be On Their Best Behavior Now That Obama Is President


(File this one under "Damn! Damn! Damn! Damn!Damn!)

So frequently you can hear Black people say that we need to support Obama in doing a "good job" because if he messes up THEY will not allow another Black man to be president for a long time 'after Obama'.

Following my theory that that which happens at the periphery is far more important than what happens at the central authority - I would like to submit that THIS BLACK MAN pictured has done far more damage to the reputation of Black people that even Barack Obama as one man might be able to permanently repair.

This guy pictured has been dressing up "business casual' and carrying a brief case around as a ploy to gain admission to several office buildings in a downtown area. Once he is allowed in, he finds a vacant cubicle and seeks to steal laptops or other computer equipment during business hours.

HE is a threat to all Black men who have authorization to enter into the office building but who will now be PROFILED to make sure that they don't look like this guy.

When a White colleague of mine escorted me into this building that I was visiting he asked me to look at the sign on the other side of the glass to see something funny. Later on I excused myself to go to the bathroom and took a picture of the sign.

IF ONLY the Black community would turn their desire to have "Barack Obama to not mess up" into some sort of temperance movement for Thugs, Pirates and Petty Thieves like this one - THEN I would go along with it. Instead you all use these words to suspend criticism of Barack Obama.

Negros like THIS ONE are whom you need to be focusing on.

2 comments:

Ryan said...

"So frequently you can hear Black people say that we need to support Obama in doing a "good job" because if he messes up THEY will not allow another Black man to be president for a long time 'after Obama'."

Who the fuck says this?
Nobody says this!
You're just making shit up now!

Anonymous said...

I'm not sure that I heard anyone say this about Obama, but I've definitely heard the same sentiment about black tv shows, presidents of organizations and companies, black magazines...it's a popular sentiment alright.