December 2, 2019
I think we all had the same fluttering in our hearts when we saw this headline:
“Finally,” we thought. “Finally, Skynet is here to rid us of this terrible plague that has befallen our people. All hail our new robot overlords, may they never rust.”
The article is not about black people, it’s about literal monkeys in India.
However, we can use this technique on the blacks.
I can assure you of that.
Artificial intelligence will be used to wage war on monkeys as their rampages wreak havoc on humans.
The primates will be tracked and sterilised using a new AI solution in a desperate bid to control the population.
Mark my words – those will be the same two sentences used in a future article entitled “Skynet offers final solution to the negro problem.”
A group of researchers at the Indraprastha Institute of Information Technology in Delhi, working with Microsoft AI for Earth, is using AI, machine learning and cloud computing to track the movements and identify monkeys in a war waged on the rampant monkey problem in the capital.
Attacks by aggressive monkeys in India have been reaching epidemic proportions.
In one case, a monkey stole a pile of money from a house, climbed a nearby tree and threw handfuls of cash to grateful citizens below.
Yes, monkeys do things like that.
And they know what they’re doing.
One time in Asia years ago I was at a monkey-ridden place, and the monkeys unscrewed the mirror off my motorcycle and threw it at the wall to smash it. Then they literally stood around waiting for me to get back so they could laugh at me.
Like negroes, monkeys do things to humans simply to be nasty. Because they are jealous of our superior faculties.