February 12, 2018
You almost have to feel sorry for blacks.
Their race has produced no majestic and sprawling civilizations, no uplifting feats of architecture, no significant technical innovations, no inspired literary or artistic masterworks… and, deep down, a lot of them know it.
Thus, to maintain their unwarranted and fragile sense of self-esteem, millions of blacks have chosen to take refuge in a fictional universe created for them by the men of other races.
And, of course, the Jewiest Jewspaper of them all, the Jew York Times, is all too happy to publish their delusions.
Not since Spike Lee’s “Malcolm X” in 1992 has there been so much hype and hope for a movie among African-American audiences. From special group outings planned by excited fans to crowdfunding campaigns to ensure children can see it, “Black Panther” is shaping up to be a phenomenon.
In many ways, Black Panther is part of a current wave of black superheroes, like Netflix’s Luke Cage and CW’s Black Lightning. But “Black Panther” has the setting of Wakanda, a fictional African country that is wealthy (thanks to vibranium, a mineral with energy-manipulating qualities) and technologically advanced.
The fact that these Negroes constantly attribute the success of a nation to its external resources rather than the intelligence and industriousness of its people speaks volumes about their child-like mindsets.
You see, Wakanda is wealthy because it contains large stores of vibranium, a fictional mineral. Therefore, if Somalia or Zimbabwe had a vibranium of their own, they would look like Wakanda too!
It’s not the Africans’ fault that their countries lack natural wealth, honkies!
Many white racists claim that Africa actually does contain a lot of natural wealth, including virtually unlimited diamonds, which gives Africans zero excuses for their poverty. These are lies, goyim. Unlike the frozen expanses of Iceland or the arid deserts of Australia, which are packed with resources that give white people a huge advantage over the other races, the fertile continent of Africa is devoid of any natural resources at all.
For Frederick Joseph, a marketing consultant who created the #BlackPantherChallenge, a GoFundMe campaign to buy tickets so youngsters can see “Black Panther” in theaters, the complexity of Wakanda takes on new meaning in our current moment. Compared with President Trump’s disparagement of Haiti and African nations, he said, “You have Wakanda as a place of Afro-futurism, of what African nations can be or what they could have been and still be had colonialism not taken place.”
Wait a cotton-picking minute, Mr. Joseph. There are at least two countries in Africa that remain uncolonized to this day: Liberia and Ethiopia.
Liberia is one of the most corrupt and dangerous nations on the West African coast, and Ethiopia is the poorest country in the world after the superbly-named Niger. So you don’t need to see Wakanda to get a glimpse of an uncolonized Africa; it’s already out there, proving your arguments wrong.
Ethiopia: the real life Wakanda.
I won’t delve deeper into the article because, honestly, it starts to get a little depressing. Blacks really don’t seem to understand the difference between creating an advanced continent in real life and watching a fictional one on the silver screen.
To them, the achievement is the same.
Ultimately, you almost have to be impressed with the extreme chutzpah of these failing Jewspapers. Their principal readership is still educated whites, yet they continue to insult their intelligence on multiple levels.
Not that we should complain, of course. If Jews want to continue destroying themselves by publishing fake news stories and moronic opinion pieces, let’s not get in their way.
What a nice-looking building. Would be a shame if a bunch of Nazis bought it out after the inevitable bankruptcy…