Negro Culture Weekend
by J. B. Cash
Last weekend some Major League Baseball teams celebrated â€œNegro League Weekend,â€ while in Baltimore the fans got a chance to celebrate â€œNegro Culture Weekend.â€ Negro League Weekend is the time of year when the powers that run baseball try to inculcate white guilt in their fan base by insinuating that white people didnâ€™t have legitimate reasons for segregating themselves from black people.
Events in Baltimore however illustrated precisely why white people have every reason, in fact, a pressing need to separate themselves from the violence that is black culture and behavior. Once again another â€œpeaceful protestâ€ turned into an opportunity to burn, loot, steal, and attack white people and property.
How much more of a stark reminder can there possibly be that freedom of association is necessary for white people to remain safe in a society where black behavior is excused and often celebrated?
Ever been to a Major League baseball game? The audience is probably over 90% white, maybe more in some places. After the last round of black riots in big cities across America during the 1960s, teams relocated their stadiums in far away suburbs so that distance could provide relief from black pathology.
Nearly 50 years later white people have forgotten that important lesson and have instead located many of the newer ballparks smack dab in the middle of decayed, crime infested, black run cities.
Why have the last group of new baseball stadiums been built in the center of otherwise uninhabitable black majority cities? Is it merely another in the endless attempts by White America to find some way to appease blacks and drag them kicking and screaming into the 21st century? Attempting to revitalize the urban cores of black-destroyed cities by putting in stadiums and arenas to lure unsuspecting whites to spend $$$ in dying cities is yet another way the white elites force resource transfer from the white working class to the black underclass.
Decades of generous welfare benefits may have provided a false sense of security that urban blacks had become too fat, too comfortable in government housing while eating government food, getting free school, free transportation, free phones, among many benefits, to ever again be the angry mobs of rioters that wrecked nearly every big city in America a couple of generations ago.
Little could one imagine that a form of government would arise in America that actually profits from civil unrest and promotes it. The current regime is eager to create social chaos. The benefits that accrue to government are enormous. They can call for and get more money for policing, more money to spread to minority support organizations, they are given a chance to polarize the White electorate, but which energizes their supporters.
Since there is no opposition to the black riot agenda, there is no downside to fan the flames of unrest and see it spread to city after city. There is no party, no politician, no group that remotely represents White America and the people and values they share. While Baltimore was burning, the supposed conservative party of America had its presidential candidates laying prostate in Las Vegas at the feet of billionaire Sheldon Adelson, who sponsored an event meant to bring the Republicans in line to his agenda: Israelâ€™s affairs first and foremost, war against Israel's enemies, but for America open borders so as to swamp the dwindling population of white people with another angry brown mob of people that hate Whitey.
At Camden Yards, the home field of the Baltimore Orioles, what could be a more fitting metaphor for the state of White America then to have 40 thousand white people locked into a brick and mortar jail, held there by order of their masters. Fattened up on beer and hot dogs, hypnotized by a pointless sporting match and then released into the violence, unprotected by police who barely lifted a finger to stop the black rioters from spreading destruction and violence.
As a sterling example of how the country has changed, in the last round of black riots in Baltimore in 1968, Spiro Agnew, then the governor of Maryland, called in the National Guard to help restore order and scheduled a televised meeting with 100 black leaders. During the meeting he criticized them for not denouncing the black radical Stokely Carmichael, who had been stirring up trouble. Not one black leader, he pointed out, had said a word when a Carmichael associate called the Baltimore police â€œthe enemy of the black community.â€ Agnew became famous for his toughness in the face of black dysfunction and was rewarded with the Vice President spot on a winning national ticket.
Look how far things have devolved. Baltimore is now led by an affirmative action black woman as mayor, who said: "I've made it very clear that I, um, work with the police and instructed them to do everything that they could to make sure that the protesters were able to exercise their, uh, right to free speech. It's a very delicate balancing act because while we, uh, try to make that they were protected from the cars and the other, y'know, things that were going on. We also gave those who wished to destroy, space to do that as well."
Thus the response to violent law breakers is sympathy and appeasement from the very government which is supposed to represent the rule of law. All the while no mention for the safety of the person and property of innocent people. For those sports fans that are busy watching the game and ignoring the direction of the country in which you live, take note, you may wish to ignore these events but they are choosing not to ignore you.