Saturday, July 21, 2007

But we mustn't call it racism

Check this
out. No editorial comments on my part--some things speak loudly and convincingly for themselves.

Indeed. Just think of how much Jamaican immigrants contribute to our culture and economy: monotonous, illiterate music that all sounds the same, filthy hairstyles, those little tricoloured Rasta doohickies. --Kathy Shaidle

Toronto folk love their Islander, Negro Criminals, They make the place look colorful and multicultural. I can hear those oil pan drums pinging in the background as I write this ... Ya mon ... everting bees cooool doncha know! Dis Canada, free everting no jail ... judges stupid, can't make me go home neither mon hahahaha. --John

It is RACIST to NOT criticize a rotten culture. I believe they call it the racism of lower expectations. Accordingly, all hard-lefties are deeply racist. Bill Cosby and Spike Whathisname were not racist for excoriating the rotten nigger-gangsta-rap culture. --Me No Dhimmi

Well, I say that if we can save the life of just one child by deporting the entire Jamaican community in Canada, then we should do it .. for the sake of the children. --jlc

Deporation [sic], shooting or locking them up is the only option to deal with these criminals. I think its about time for a prison colony on Hans' Island. --DDT

Average Canadian IQ - 97 Average Jamaican IQ - 72 Someone with an IQ of 72 is not going to get far in a modern society. Combine a low IQ with high self confidence (black males have been found to be much more self-confident than white males) and you end up with situations like you see in Toronto now. A simple IQ test for all prospective immigrants would be a great way to prevent the importation of third world lifestyles. --Loki


Azeem said...

Jamaican not "black people" are responsible for the gun crimes in Toronto. The idiot politicians say lets build them another basketball court and Jamaican On Jamaican crime. Keep up the good work gents. But please before ya die by some life insurance so the public is not responsible for ya baby mama's.

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