Thursday, January 22, 2015


It is becoming readily apparent at this point that black people cannot separate race from reality any better than Republicans can separate God from their belief system. It seems lately everything is about race, even if it isn't. Oscar snubs? Racism. Got fired for from your job? Racism. Going to jail for killing several white people? Wicked racism. This mind set is dangerous and needs to stop.
Right now, there is a lawsuit being filed in Federal court by 10 fired McDonald's employees who say they were fired because they were black. Now I am not suggesting this case has no merit, it might, but for the sake of argument, let's look at both sides of the case. According to the plaintiffs, they were fired because there were too many black people at the franchise. High ranking supervisors allegedly referred to minority workers as "ghetto" and "ratchet" and that one sexually harassed employees, which begins to sound not likely. This is from

The employees, nine of whom are African American and one of whom is Hispanic, said in the complaint that the mass firings of 17 minority staff members came in May and that store managers told them at the time that it was “too dark” in the restaurants and that they “need to get the ghetto out of the store.”

“All of a sudden, they let me go, for no other reason than I ‘didn’t fit the profile’ they wanted at the store,” Willie Betts, who was a cook at one of the McDonald’s franchises, said in a statement. “I had no idea what they meant by the ‘right profile’ until I saw everyone else that they fired as well.”

So what white racist bastard did this? Actually, the owner is a black guy, Mike Simon, who had this to say:

“I continually strive to maintain an environment in which everyone feels valued and accepted. To protect the privacy of current and past employees, I’m not at liberty to discuss issues regarding employment or termination,” Simon said in a statement to the media in May. “However, my organization has a strict policy of prohibiting any form of discrimination or harassment in hiring, termination or any other aspect of employment.”

The complaint states that Simon took over control of the three Virginia franchises in late 2013 and soon after implemented a hiring plan to bring in more white employees — which the complaint alleges prompted a supervisor at one of the locations to exclaim “now we can get rid of the n*****s and the Mexicans.”

So let me get this straight: A black owner is racist because he wants more white people in his franchise, which even if true, is more aligned with racially harmony than an all black McDonalds which may scare away white people coming into your store, thus making you less money.
I have seen first hand all black McDonalds in inner city areas and let me tell you, it's intimidating being the sole white man in a sea of black, especially when you get treated like a second class citizen for it. Several trucker friends who have stopped at places like this and got racially harassed like you wouldn't believe. How is that not racist? But of course, groups like the NAACP, which is beyond worthless after it came out they awarded several white racists with 'humanitarian" awards in exchange for money, are sticking their nose where it doesn't belong. Apparently green is still not racist. Let's here what one idiot said about this from that awful racist group:

“The treatment of these McDonald’s workers seems like it’s out of another era, but sadly the racism is a reality they are confronting today,” said the Rev. Kevin Chandler, president of the South Boston Chapter of the NAACP and vice president of the NAACP Virginia State Conference, in a prepared statement. “The South Boston NAACP will stand with these fired workers until McDonald’s takes responsibility for the inhumane treatment these workers faced in its stores.”

McDonald's may be guilty of a lot of things but this lawsuit seem frivolous. And shouldn't we want racially diverse workers rather than just one, regardless of what race that is? Funny how you do not here about this kind of racially diversity from black people when it comes to sports teams. most of which are 75% black. There is a fine line between equality and superiority, and much like the idiotic feminist movement which has done more damage to women than Chris Brown on a slapathon, seems to be doing more harm than good when it comes to race lately.

Expect more teeth grinding from the black community when the DOJ releases their findings later this week clearing Officer Wilson of any wrong doing in the Ferguson case. Truth be told, Mike Brown, just like Trayvon Martin, asked to be shot as all the evidence points to that being the reality here. He wasn't gunned down in the street with his hands up. That never happened. It was a lie, deliberate or not. However, the Eric Gardner case is a whole other matter and I hope the DOJ arrests that thug cop for killing an unarmed black man there for such a minor crime.
And of course, some will riot or block traffic all the while shouting "hands up, don't shoot," which is a lie that never occurred but why let the truth get in the way of a good looting. They will fail to see the gains they have made with a black president, a black attorney general and hundreds of thousands of rich, well off black people coast to coast. If you really want equality, stay in school, get good grades and most importantly, stay out of jail. Do that and see your circumstances increase somewhat. It still a sucky job market for anyone regardless of race and the constant revolving door of black men and prison has got to stop or else an entire generation will be lost. Black women are finding that out and outnumber men in Congress ten to one. If you are black and female and want to get ahead, the world is your oyster. Men could have the same if they stop acting like an idiotic thug for two seconds. Cool is cool, but it doesn't pay the bills, it doesn't make you tough, and it most likely will wind you up in prison and a wasted life.

Black people have the power to stop this. It's too bad they keep blaming whitey for what they are ultimately responsible for. God made you black. Stop damning him for it and deal. I have several black friends and some still live in the worst neighborhoods you can imagine. But they are trying to better their lives and stay straight. Most importantly, they are not blaming the white man for their problems.


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  2. There are several problems with this piece, but in particular this quote seems ironic, "let me tell you, it's intimidating being the sole white man in a sea of black, especially when you get treated like a second class citizen for it." Because, um, Black folks have this experience every day. Other minorities too... you're literally describing the minority experience, except you rarely have to go through this. Imagine having to navigate those spaces everyday ... and then you get fired for no reason other than your appearance/existence makes some members of that majority uncomfortable. Talk about being a second class citizen...

  3. Actually, I live in a mostly white neighborhood and at my local McDonald's black people get served the same as white people. There is no obvious racism and that seems the same where ever I go. However, I have seen first hand how some white people get treated at a black area franchise and let me tell you, there is a marketable difference. Being black does not automatically make you a target of racism, as my piece shows. That is not to say it doesn't happen, as it obviously does, but it seems to happen a lot more often in black neighborhoods. Let me give you an example. In my neighborhood, if you are black and walking around some of the poorer neighborhoods, nothing will happen to you. Try that as a white guy through a poor black section and see the difference. Again, I am not calling all black people racist, but black racism is growing and it is making white people mental. As for getting for fired for no reason, that has happened to me way more than it should and it had nothing to do with race and more to do with economics and cheap skate employers. I am glad you have read my article and shared your concerns with respect to which I have tried my best to answer the same. Good point on the black experience by the way which I will agree with you on. It is not easy being black and especially male in today's society where suspicion and mistrust will great you everywhere. I have good friends who are black and live in really bad neighborhoods. To prove my point about racism, I can no longer visit them at their place as they worry about me getting killed just because of my race. That same trend does not exist in white area projects and black people visiting, thus my point.