Magic Negro Clarence Thomas is Tired of His Whining Kinsmen

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
February 18, 2018

In my experience, it seems as though the magic negro has much more difficulty understanding the black problem than we whites do.

Basically the situation is that we are viewing it from the outside. The magic negro is on the inside and can see that he is not having these problems, and is thus incapable of grasping why his own people cannot get it together in the same manner that he was able to get it together.

So I understand feeling tired.

Fox News:

Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said in a rare public appearance Thursday he’s exhausted with how everyone seems to consider themselves a victim these days.

“At some point, we’re going to be fatigued with everybody being the victim,” Thomas, the second African American to serve on the Supreme Court, said during an on-stage interview at the Library of Congress in Washington.

Hate to break it to you, my magical friend, but most of us are already fatigued.

We’re holding it together with bubble gum and scotch tape.

Thomas, a conservative appointed to the bench in 1990 by President George H.W. Bush, recalled recently being with a young black woman in Kansas who told him, “I’m really tired of having to play the role of being black. I just want to go to school.”

“I just get worn down,” Thomas said.

The justice said his grandfather had a tough life but never considered himself a victim.

“When I was a kid, there were tons of people who were in really bad circumstances,” Thomas said. “My grandfather would not let us wallow in that.”

Thomas added: “He’s my hero. He’s the single greatest human being I’ve ever met. With nine months of education. But he never saw himself as a victim.”

Yeah, that is because the media of the time was encouraging him to pick himself up. The media of right now – run by the Jewish people – is encouraging him to feel no responsibility whatsoever for any aspect of his own existence and just blame white people.

So, sure.

I get the frustration.

But, whatever. That isn’t really my problem. I don’t see Thomas speaking out and condemning the pathetic whiners of his own race, even though he is in a position to do that if he wanted to.

In fact, I don’t see any of the “talented tenth” admonishing their failed race. Short of the race instance of being like “wow this is sad though” – which is what Thomas is doing here – no one is trying to get these people in line.

Bill Cosby sort of did that, actually. But then he turned out to just be a more sophisticated form of muh diking nigger rapist.

Over all, guys, my sympathy is all dried up. Occasionally I do slip back into feeling bad for black people, but then I just look around and I’m like “nah – I can’t do it.”

If there was some kind of attempt to do something, I could muster up sympathy – I personally want to have sympathy – but there is just nothing to even grab ahold of.

The Nation is Islam is okay, I guess.

But how many of these people are there? Like 60?

From what I have personally witnessed, black people have more hostility toward other black people telling them to stop acting like a bunch of nigger apes than they do toward white people.