the Black Lunch Bunch

An example of good segregation; black kids get taken on field trips while their white (and less white) classmates remain behind.

Ann Arbor uses consultants from the Pacific Educational Group (pays ’em $94,000 a year – good work if you can get it), which is a cornicopia of black grievance mongering in regards to education. You see, whites are responsible for the black acheivement failures. More on that later.

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28 Comments on “the Black Lunch Bunch”

  1. agiledog Says:

    So the black school principal only lets black kids go, and when there aren’t enough seats for all the black kids who want to go, he sends back only girls? Sounds like racism AND sexism. A real two-fer, right OC?


  2. “Racism is okay when we do it.”

  3. Bob Says:

    White kids get so screwed! Why can’t America remember the segregation and mistreatment of white kids as late as 45 years ago, the second class citizen treatment white kids got by police, businesses, the general public. Just because the African-Americans have been the dominant culture since the 1600s and have owned whites as slaves doesn’t mean they still get to do it!

    ((((White Panthers!)))) Slap me some pink, whitey!

  4. wiserbud Says:

    So, according to bobbie,

    racism = mega-awesome-evil

    reverse racism = mega-awesome-EXCELLENT!!!!

    The twisted mind of the uber-liberal.

  5. geoff Says:

    Bob predictably goes back to the pre-Civil Rights era to make some sort of arcane point about time travel.

    Sorry Bob, 45 years ago is more than 2 generations in the past. Try making a contemporary point.

  6. Car in Says:

    Bob, the “excuse” for the field trip was that these black kids don’t “see” success and need positive role models to emulate.

    Of course, there is that thing about the POTUS being black. But I guess that isn’t enough of a role model.

    Further, the Ann Arbor school district is under the guidance of race-pimp Glenn Singleton. Who teaches teachers that assigning homework is racist because blacks aren’t “future time oriented.”

  7. Bob Says:

    Slap me some pink, chalky!

    Gimme a high five with a Montovani vibe, Mr. Ghost!

    (I love the whitebonics salutations and greetings developed by the oppressed white underclass, it is so colorful (heh) and vibrant and sings of the streets)

  8. agiledog Says:

    Afraid to address the issue of racism the principal practiced, huh, bobbie? Your position and intelligence are so weak, you don’t even try.

    And just for bonus points, which countries have been practicing slavery for longer than the US has existed, and still practice it today? Hint: they ain’t filled with a bunch of whities!

    “Progressive, wrong, and stupid is no way to go through life, son.”

  9. Bob Says:

    “The origins of soft or smooth rock, e.g. Kenny Loggins, Michael McDonald, Journey, are the early days of white slaves working in the cotton fields of the south. During the long, hot, backbreaking labor, white slaves would sing simple soothing slow to mid tempo songs to each other to pace their picking and keep time.

    See if you can guess the modern version of this white slave cotton picking classic:

    Hey, don’t worry, I’ve been lied to
    I’ve been here many times before
    Boss, don’t you worry, I know where I stand
    I don’t need this whip, I don’t need your hand
    I know I could turn, blink, and you’d be gone
    Then I must be prepared any time to carry on But minute by minute by minute by minute
    I keep picking on
    Oh, minute by minute by minute by minute
    I keep picking on

  10. Car in Says:

    What does this have to do with anything, bob? Why don’t you stick to the point?

    How does segregation help black students?

  11. Jazz Says:

    Slap me some pink, chalky!

    Racial obsequiousness doesn’t smack of racism, does it?

  12. agiledog Says:

    Keep whistling past the graveyard, bobbie. Your Democratic Party created the KKK and tried to filibuster the Civil Rights Act of 64. You and your racism are becoming apparent to everyone.

  13. Bob Says:

    Carin, I’m sorry you’re so sarcasm-challenged when it comes to your side of things, as it seems to be your modus operandi when attempting to skewer the left.

    My point is, cries of racism and discrimination against whites is just silly and absurd in this still white-dominated society/power structure.

    I’m just mocking y’all. 🙂 And laughing my ass off.

  14. Bob Says:

    Actually “slap me some pink, chalky!” has huge potential to go in vivo viral. I’m gonna go to Tea Party rallies in white man weekend clothes (dockers, boat shoes, sweater) and walk up to Tea Partiers and exclaim SLAP ME SOME PINK, CHALKY! and high five em.

    I’m blonde, blue eyed. Very Nordic. I can start this trend!

  15. geoff Says:

    My point is, cries of racism and discrimination against whites is just silly and absurd in this still white-dominated society/power structure.

    …except that all of your examples are taken from more than 45 years ago. That’s why your “sarcasm” has fallen flat. How about some examples of the “still white-dominated” power structure? Be sure to link them to contemporary racism, of course.

  16. Bob Says:

    Oh, Geoff, you are seriously arguing that contemporary USA isn’t controlled by a white dominated society and power structure? Seriously?

    Hm. Now I’m starting to get where the right wing’s paranoia comes from.

  17. agiledog Says:

    30 seconds into your presence at a Tea Party and either 1) you freak out and start calling everyone there “Racist haters” or 2) they peg you for the crasher you are. Only a fucking fool like you would go to a Tea Party in “dockers, boat shoes, sweater”.

    And “you are seriously arguing that contemporary USA isn’t controlled by a white dominated society and power structure? Seriously?” – Yes, yes, we are. And if you think it is, you must be living among the white dominated power structure of MSNBC, or the NY Times, or NewsWeek. Cause out here in the real world, we’re color blind. We judge people by their character and actions, not their skin color. Unlike you and your soft racism buddies of the Democratic Party.

  18. geoff Says:

    you are seriously arguing that contemporary USA isn’t controlled by a white dominated society and power structure?

    I think I asked you very nicely to show me just that. And the links to racism, of course.

    It was pretty easy for you to blither on about slavery and 45-year-old prejudice and segregation. I’m looking for some new millennium examples. Examples with actual relevance for a change.


  19. Discussing such matters with Bob is like having the same conversation with Rutherford, only squaring off against half the IQ.

  20. Kirby Says:

    I have to say… if it’s a public school and funded by public funds – then all students should be eliable to be inspired. Heck, if my white kid was left behind.. I’d have been pissed. Silly thing is, why couldn’t all the children learn from meeting a Black American rocket scientist?

    Two wrongs = ?

  21. Car in Says:

    White power structure? Man that sounds like something Glenn Singleton would say.

    Why don’t you explain how our Federal Government, and our Constitution, is “white”.

    I know for damn sure Detroit isn’t controlled by a white power structure.

  22. Car in Says:

    Not to mention, Kirby, that a struggling school district paid a consultant $94,000 to advise them on such matters.

    Especially since there has been NO improvement of black students, in any of the schools, after receiving the diversity training offered by Mr. Singleton.

  23. agiledog Says:

    Silly thing is, why couldn’t all the children learn from meeting a Black American rocket scientist?

    I completely agree. And a commenter at the site Car in linked said the same thing. (That commenter made a lot of comments – I think she was one very pissed-off parent.)

  24. wiserbud Says:

    I think I asked you very nicely to show me just that.

    You know what I like about you, Geoff? You are an incredible optimist.

    Do you honestly believe that you can engage Carin’s resident tool in a serious, honest and reality-based discussion?

    BWAAAAAAAAAAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAAA!!!!!!

    Best of luck with that.

  25. Bob Says:

    Wow. What a helpful thread. I especially found the sartorial advice for the attendance at Tea Party rallies helpful. So what I’m hearing is I need some denim or black leather vests festooned with lots of colorful flag buttons and patches and some Obama as Hitler buttons for good effect?

    Seriously, though, how different is this whites are so picked on and discriminated against crap I read endlessly here from what these scumbags whimper about? Seems pretty much the same to me.

    http://www.stormfront.org/forum/

  26. agiledog Says:

    Do you read Stormfront alot, bobbie? Doesn’t surprise me that you do. You actually have some gall linking those assholes here.

    Did you know Obama is half white? Bet you hate him for that….

  27. geoff Says:

    You know what I like about you, Geoff? You are an incredible optimist.

    Just giving Bob a chance to hang himself by refusing to answer a simple, honest question. Which he predictably did.

    Instead he puts up a strawman in his first paragraph, and defaults by Godwin’s Law in his second. It’s like he doesn’t even want to make a point.

  28. Steve B Says:

    “Racism is okay when we do it.”

    Only, it’s not considered racism. It’s just justified outrage after years of oppression.

    Haters!


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