This might be the most triggering, most offensive, most true, most obvious stating episode of Stating The Obvious ever.
Are white men leaving white countries to go to black or Muslim countries in order to access jobs, educational opportunities or welfare – and have sex with black women?
No. They are not.
Are black and Muslim men leaving black and Muslim countries to go to white countries in order to access jobs, educational opportunities or welfare – and have sex with white women?
Yes. Yes they are.
There are some pretty obvious (that’s why the podcast is called Stating The Obvious) conclusions which can be arrived at.
And I arrive there.
Your feelings will not survive the journey.
Fact: Miss America is yet again white and blonde.
Fact: White women are more attractive than other women.
Fact: White privilege exists because white people creating things instead of raping 14 year old girls, stoning people to death, throwing homosexuals off buildings, cutting off women’s clitorises, engaging in civil wars, and blaming all their problems on white men.
Fact: White men have accomplished more than non-white men. That’s why countries populated by white men are prosperous, have infrastructures and people aren’t dying due to lack of clean drinking water.
If Muslims are so wonderful, and if Muslim countries are full of Muslims, why are Muslims countries shit holes which Muslims are leaving?
I’ll give you two hints.
- White women.
Of course that didn’t stop Feminists from getting butthurt. However, unlike when they got offended by a hashtag or when they attacked Lena Dunham, this butthurt was less organized and all over the place.
The complaints ranged from:
-Too many white people in the pageant
-The winner was white and blonde
-Beauty pageants objectify women
-The winner said “All Lives Matter”
-The winner is racist(Because she is from Arkansas)
Global Warming is real. A computer said so.
White people are more attractive. A computer said so.
When Russian and Hong Kong coders, supported by Microsoft and Nvidia held a beauty contest judged entirely by an algorithm, 600 000 people from around the world sent in selfies and waited for judgement day. Oh boy. It did not go quite as planned.
Of the 44 people judged to be the most beautiful, all were white, except for 6 Asians.
Only one woman had visibly dark skin, although in terms of skin color, it’s still pretty light.
Scientists have merged dozens of famous faces to create what they call the most beautiful faces in the world.
But there’s one glaringly obvious fact about the two faces that the 100 volunteers found the most beautiful. And it’s not about their cheekbones.
The study commissioned by Samsung and conducted by Dr. Chris Solomon from the University of Kent, surveyed 100 volunteers in the UK.
He asked them to choose celebrities they found attractive and then merged the most attractive face parts of celebrities together with e-fit tech.
Both the list of celebrities and the two final beautiful faces have got one thing in common – they’re all white.
When asked to pick attractive celebrities – all the faces picked by the 100 volunteers were white.
Note: After the podcast was recorded I attempted to find evidence of this organized movement in which someone (I don’t know who) was encouraging black people to move to the south in order to take control of local government in the same way the Free State Project is attempting to get libertarians to move to New Hampshire.
Until I find evidence of this, I’m going to assume it’s a rumour. However I did find a number of articles indicating that black people are in fact migrating southward.
If heterosexual white men who work for a living in the south are so racist why are black people moving to the south?
If the north is so un-racist, to tolerant, so diverse, so multicultural, why is Detroit such a shit hole?
The South is racist . . . yet black people still migrate there. Because Yankeeland sucks.
And these numbers apply to Alabama as well. In 1969, 52.9% of AfricanAmericans lived in poverty in Alabama. The number is 31.4% today. In 1969, only 22.2% of African Americans in Michigan lived in poverty. Today its 34.8%.
Those are big shifts.
And African Americans aren’t just along for the ride with whites searching elsewhere — anywhere — for post-recession economic opportunity. Frey has found, for instance, that from 2005 to 2010, a little more than half of whites who moved from one region to another ended up in the South; meanwhile, more than two-thirds of African Americans moved to the South. For African Americans moving from the Northeast, it was 82%.
In that period, only 6% of blacks moving from the Northeast ended up in the West; meanwhile, 27% of whites leaving the Northeast moved west.
The push out of the South a century ago was the result of “both the economy and the harsh discrimination against blacks,” Frey says.
The initial move back to the South in the 1970s and 1980s “had to do to some degree with the economy,” he says. “But it was also a push from the North, both in terms of the economy and in terms of racial relations.”
Wilkerson says she sees a direct link to the Great Migration when she reads about the response to racially charged police killings in places like Ferguson, Mo., and Staten Island, N.Y. The massive protests that have resulted, she says, are “a plea to the North to stand up for its ideals.”
But Frey says recent African-American migration, especially to prosperous Southern states like Texas, Georgia and North Carolina, is less a push than a pull. “It’s an economic pull, plus those traditions and that cultural tie,” he says. “College-graduate blacks, they can pretty much move anywhere they want to when there’s a good economy, and they choose to move to Southern states.”
“When I first got here, it just looked magical,” Hurt says. “I never would have thought I would end up here, but it’s just awesome. It’s a very, very nice, safe place.”
Her decision to move stemmed as much from a desire to flee the North as it did to settle in the South. In that sense, she reflects the sentiments of some of the new migrants. Some critics, in fact, have portrayed the reverse migration as an indictment of the urban North – as a flight from the lack of jobs, the abundance of mean streets, and the growing social woes of Northern cities.
Others believe the movement of blacks to the South, like that of many other Americans, is rooted in the natural and inevitable rhythms of a mobile society – the enduring growth of the Sun Belt, the simple yearning for warmer weather among retirees, and the desire to start fresh in a region where the cost of living is often cheaper.
Either way, the black migration comes at the expense of Northern cities such as Chicago, Detroit, and New York. A 2009 study by sociologists at Queens College in New York, for instance, found that approximately 17 percent of the South’s new migrants over a 10-year period came from New York State.
The United States Census of 2000 represented the first time in recent memory when the Black population increased in the South. By the census of 2010, roughly 57 percent of the nation’s Black residents were in the South, the highest number in five decades.
“Blacks who have relocated tend to be either retirees or well-educated, well-off middle agers with children,” said John Giggie, associate professor of history and director of graduate studies at the University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, speaking with BET.com.
“They move to experience a lower-tax environment with less expensive housing options, to reunite with family members and to return to what many call their original home — or a place where generations of prior family members had lived and sweated,” Giggie added.
“Younger migrants in particular are drawn to southern cities with strong economic portfolios in banking, law and commerce, such as Richmond, Charlotte and Atlanta,” he added.
And so does the northwest.
When it comes to how state and local policies affect black residents’ choices about where to live, cities with the West Coast model of liberalism are the worst performing.
These results should be troubling to progressives touting West Coast planning, economic, and energy policies as models for the nation. If wealthy cities like San Francisco and Portland — where progressives have near-total political control — can’t produce positive outcomes for working-class and middle-class blacks, why should we expect their approach to succeed anywhere else?