Friday, November 21, 2008

Ayman al-Zawahiri is my sandnegro

In the news:
"Ayman al-Zawahiri described the president-elect and other black Americans who have served in high positions as 'house negroes'"

Doesn't this house negro slur kind of "not stick" when the black person OWNS the house. Back in the day when blacks did not own their own house, yeah, this epithet made some sense. ( although I think any class, especially race, must break the bonds of solidarity in order to become better off ) So back to Obama and Rice. They are very real intellectuals ( professors at US academic institutions ), and have made enough money to place themselves in the upper-middle-class. They own or embody more of this economic paradigm than most whites.

To Ayman al-Zawahiri: No, my towelheaded sandnegro, these are not house negroes, they have not "accidently" broken ranks with you or your league, rather, these are negroes working to kill you and every scum bag supporter that happens to be in the same building with you.

1 comment:

The Serpent Lord said...

Convergence:

* McCain in concession speach congratulates Obama's historic accomplishment, acknowledging the real political significance of black resentment of 400 years of oppression without accusing any white people of being racist. Nevertheless many disappointed McCain fans respond with booing.
* Morons across the US planning to assassinate Obama and as many black people as possible
* Fundamentalist Sodomite Jihad against Mormons because CA won't solemnize their unions
* Rwandan president warns Africans to learn from Obama rather than expecting special treatment
* Iranian leaders congratulate Obama, waver in their support for Al-Sadr
* Al-Qaeda invokes politics of victimhood and resentment to belittle Obama's accomplishment
* NIC report claims Al-Qaida not acheiving broad support in the Muslim world, preducts US/China/India superpowers

The politics of identity takes many forms, not always the obvious forms of racism, tribalism and intolerance. Sometimes it takes the more subtle forms of resentment, objectification and entitlement. Wisdom implores us to shed these toxic investments.