MaxSpeak Contest

Posted by: on May 13, 2004 | 3 Comments


The challenge: “Submit your entries here for the most vicious thing posted by someone on the Instapundit blogroll.”

Behold entry #1:

METROPOLIS, Ill. (AP)–A top high school basketball team was beaten in a game that ended in an on-court brawl among fans in which a coach was hit with a bottle and five people were treated at a hospital.”

I saw the news clips. There wasn’t a white face in the bunch. The gym was filled with black people who went totally African at the end of the game. It was a fvcking riot. I don’t care whether you want to call me a racist or not, but black people cannot continue to behave as savages and be treated as free citizens in this country. We have fucking LAWS. You can’t just nut-up and go n;gger over a fucking basketball game. The world doesn’t work that way.

But you people keep doing it, over and over, then whining about “Civil Rights.” Try the word CIVIL on your goddam tongue. The root word leads to “civilized.” That means obeying the law and playing by the rules. If you want to change the system, rebel against it and take your fight to court. You don’t hit a coach in the head with a bottle.

Don’t n;gger-up and turn a high school gym into a scene right out of Haiti.

I know from reading this woman that she agrees with me. She’s written before about seing such stories and hoping like hell that it wasn’t a bunch of blacks running wild creating the scene.

But guess who it is almost every time, darlin? Yep. It’s the n;ggers going crazy again. Black leaders should be outraged by such behavior and they should be preaching AGAINST IT, not encouraging it or excusing it. But I’ll never live long enough to see such honesty from ANY goddam politician alive today.

I am becoming more comfortable with the word “n;gger” since the 1960s. I had compassion for an oppressed people back then. But I watched them shit all over every opportunity handed to them for the last 40 years, and you know what we have now? Not a minority absorbed into our society. We just have a bunch of n;ggers running wild.

You can face the truth or you can run from it, but whatever the choice, it won’t change a damned thing. 49% of our prison population is black. Black wimmen have a 70% illegitmate birth rate. Only one in three black men (who AREN’T in prison) has a goddam job.

Yeah, I know, why repost it? Well, because it’s important to know this type of wingnuttery is an everyday affair. Just look at some of the other entries. Now tell me these people aren’t couching the Iraq “war” as a for-the-white man fundie Christian crusade.



  1. MattyMatt
    May 17, 2004

    this post reminded me of something i noticed the other day: i wasn’t really racist until i moved to san francisco. it’s weird, but for some reason, i feel like i encounter a lot more poorly-behaved black teenagers in SF than i have in LA or boston. of course, that’s not to say that all the black teenagers i meet are poorly-behaved, or that none of the white ones are. but the proportions are … well … noticeably different here. maybe it’s because i ride the 31 a lot, which runs through a rather hostile neighborhood that just happens to be populated mostly by black people. i don’t know. it’s just that it seems like every bus i take will have at least two hyperactive black teenaged kids, taking up two seats and yelling at people and leaving trash behind. why is that? it’s really disturbing. do i just not notice when white kids do it, or are black kids really more uncouth? what the fuck? i would never have even contemplated such a horrible sentiment before i moved here.

  2. schmeeve
    May 17, 2004

    Um, I need your address. We need to put an end to this immediately. 🙂
    Is it possible that the bus you take goes through neighborhoods which have a high density of a certain type of people? Are other busses full of pleasant, polite, well-behaved latino, asian, and white children?
    Race is an easy label. What’s really going on is probably socio-economic. Single parent? Working two jobs? Can barely pay the rent, even with govt. assistance? These parents can barely feed and cloth their children, much less spend much time with them… this understandably leads to acting out. Kids don’t know better… and we have this tendency to project adult social norms onto them, when they’re still struggling with the basics of right and wrong.

  3. Matt
    May 20, 2004

    i’ve been thinking about this, and i think you’re right – it probably IS socio-economic. the 31 goes through a neighborhood that, compared to the rest of the city, isn’t so well-off financially, so i guess it makes sense that the people who live there would be a bit, um, rough around the edges, or so i’d imagine. especially their kids, who haven’t quite got the hang of good and bad yet.
    i’ve defintely seen poorly behaved teenagers of all ethnic persuasions. i guess i just notice the black ones more because, culturally, they’re so foreign to a kid like me who grew up in connecticut where there aren’t any.


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