The Diversity Utopia hones our savvy for finding public spaces that are free of diversity. Parks especially, and there is one that is used mostly by the upper middle class families of the surrounding neighborhoods. One weekend afternoon while I’m there, heavy Dindu-rhythms thumping from the parking lot interrupt the peace. I look over and it’s a forty-something Black couple hanging around by their car, all of its doors opened. I give them what feels like an eternal fifteen seconds to kill the noise. Everybody at the park pretends to not hear this. Then I walk over to them.
(Note: sometimes doing this gets the petitioner stabbed or shot but another skill we develop is a keenness for appraising the worst-case scenarios in such confrontations and mine signaled “all clear.”)
So I approach the man and say: “Please turn that off.” He gives me that look and I hold the eye contact. He snarls something face-saving but reaches into the cab and turns the noise off. But it couldn’t just end there; his woman points at me and cranes her neck to her companion: “you gonna just listen to him?” I ignored her and walked away. The park was once again beautiful and full of life.
The title of the post: T stands for “typical” and B for “behavior.” I forgot what the N stands for. TNB is an acronym that radio personality Anthony Cumia popularized to call out the demeanor of entitlement accompanied by loud and rude behavior of many African-Americans.
Here is another example of TNB — one time I was driving through Baltimore…
OK, we can keep piling these on, but each anecdote comes to resemble the other and once you know the score, there is no need to swim in sewage to appreciate that it stinks.
Why do they do that?
The churlishness of a toddler in an adult’s body. Different temperaments than ours, different views on interpersonal obligation. An explosive mix of envy and inferiority complex. Non-enforcement of their misdemeanors as national policy. Their co-opted and thus ineffectual Talented-Tenth caste. Incitements to violence pumped out by the schools and the media. Whites’ placating behavior around them. Because they usually get away with it.
How do you deal with it?
First, don’t take unprovoked abuse from someone with sub-90 IQ personally. Accept it as a confrontation between non-equals. Hold a firm inner and outer frame and then do what needs to be done to to peacefully separate yourself from the stink.
Why am I writing about this?
Don’t step in dog shit — walk around it, as the saying goes. It’s a disreputable subject that diminishes whoever touches it. Like fist-fighting with a bum or debating politics with a girl. Yet dealing with this sordidness is a daily reality for a lot of people. We are at the end of the Obama terms and if our political class had its way, humiliating descent to third-world norms would be reality for all of us. So sometimes, keeping your hands clean isn’t a virtue.
Liberated Blacks are willing but unwitting pawns in Globalists’ multi-frontal attack on Western civilization. They have destroyed our cities and burned a twelve-year-old White boy to death with a blowtorch. And then there is this:
They promised us Sidney Poitier but gave us Michael Brown.
This is my warning to future readers, and it applies not just to Blacks but in extremely varying degrees to every population group in the world (including my own and yours, dear reader), when their members cross the natural boundaries that separate your community from theirs: the less you know them, the more you like them.
So, are they all like that?
From the comments:
I’ll tell you one demographic who DOES recognize these [anti-White] posturings for what they are and it’s encouraging: young poor black kids, especially males; during all those social-studies-class treatises on Ferguson, run by idealistic 25-year-old white females from rural Wisconsin, that i noted, the sole dissenters and those ridiculing the standard raycism attribution were those street-raised kids; they know in their bones what’s up and wherein lies the real threat and malice in this country. […]
Black proles are surprisingly tuned into the American realpolitik; it’s more the mediated feedback loop on races and among varying classes that sites like this take umbrage with.
Yeah, there are good people and perceptive people in every nation. But contact corrupts. Promises of equality even more so.
We live under a diabolical imperative of non-separation. The sixty-year-old system has jammed us up against each other to bring out the worst in everyone. That system has failed, it is unnatural, and nobody believes in its founding mythology. It needs to go.