Wednesday, 20 August 2008

Black strategic planning

I've always said, based on a tsunami of evidence, that blacks display very poor ability when it comes to long-term (or even medium-term) planning. But this picture of a young cultural enricher taken outside a local supermarket suggests I've been wrong.

Seems to me his parents have realised that you can't start too early getting used to looking through bars!


DAJ said...


This particular post gives support to the people who assert that you are racist and/or hateful towards blacks. You are indeed knowledgeable and reasonable in many of your posts regarding the cultural, intellectual, and socioeconomic shortcomings of the black race. In light of your evidence, it is not unwise for you to be concerned with rising black immigration to Ireland.

However, the poor humor in this post reveals a twisted reveling in the misfortunes of the black race. You appear to be taking pleasure in the notion that black babies are far less endowed with the genetic traits that will enable them to grow into productive, law-abiding, intelligent, and responsible adults. Why would you joke about such an irreparably dismal fact of nature? It is no laughing matter that one of the largest groups of humanity is genetically consigned to poverty, failure, and blight. After all, blacks chose neither their genes nor their evolution. With respect to civilization, nature dealt them a very paltry hand with which to play.

Reporting about an awful situation is one thing. Regaling in it is another thing.

SAVANT said...

DAJ - thanks for the thoughtful comment.

In fact I dont take any pleasure in black endowment characteristics. I worked on a pro bono basis in Africa for a while so my reaction would be despair rather than malicious enjoyment.

Fact is, based on my personal knowledge of those who read this site (they dont know I'm Savant!), a high proportion come on for the humour. As I want desparately for ireland to avoid the fate of America and the UK (for example), I'm using every means possible to get the message across.