September 10, 2005

Hates Black People (The Conspiracy Show)

It's time for everyone's favorite show, “Who Hates Black People?” hosted by Kanye West.

Here's how we play, audience: pick an offense, and we'll tell you which racist cracker has committed the crime!

This week, we're going to focus on Hurricane Katrina. As you know, Hurricane Katrina was a hurricane created by Republicans and aimed at New Orleans to kill black folks on welfare.

Are you ready? Let's go!

Q: Which racist Republican created Hurricane Katrina by refusing to ratify the Kyoto Protocol?

A: George Bush*

* Please ignore the fact that the second largest emitter of greenhouse gases (China) was completely exempted from the agreement, and ignore the fact that Russia's influential Academy of Sciences called the protocol “scientifically unfounded nonsense,” or that the Leipzig Declaration on Global Climate Change by 80 academics and 25 meteorologists was skeptical that global warming even exists. Also, please ignore the fact that we are currently in a 3 million year-old ice age. Hurricane Katrina is obviously Bush's fault.

Q: Which racist Republican purposefully trapped 100,000 black citizens of New Orleans by not following evacuation plans?

A: George Bush*

* Please ignore the fact that it was (Democrat) Mayor Ray Nagin who failed to follow the written disaster plan to use buses to effect an evacuation of the City of New Orleans, even though he knew 125,000 citizens didn't have personal transportation. George Bush should have bought each one of them a car.

Q: Which racist Republican blocked the escape the black citizens of New Orleans that tried to escape over the bridge known as the Crescent City Connection?

A: George Bush*

* Please ignore the fact that those orders actually came from Police Chief Arthur Lawson (Democrat), who said, "If we had opened the bridge, our city would have looked like New Orleans does now: looted, burned and pillaged." Of course, Bush forced Lawson to say that.

Q: Which racist Republican ordered the Louisiana National Guard and Louisiana Department of Homeland Security to keep the Red Cross and Salvation Army away from the tens of thousands of sick and starving people trapped at the Superdome and Convention Center?

A: George Bush

* Please ignore the fact that while President Bush is the Commander in Chief of federalized National Guard units, Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco (Democrat) is Commander in Chief of Louisiana's National Guard until she decides to hand control to the federal government, which she refused then and still refuses to do, despite the problems that has caused with the relief effort. It was under Blanco's orders that the Red Cross and Salvation Army were barred from entering New Orleans with relief supplies. Bush purposefully confused her by following the law.

Q: Which racist Republican violated the Second, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution by denying the remaining people in New Orleans the right to defend themselves from looters and thugs?

A: George Bush*

* Actually, It is New Orleans Police Chief P. Edwin Compass (Democrat) that violated and continues to violate the Second, Fourth, Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments of the United States Constitution, numerous provisions of the Louisiana Constitution, the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, and natural law. Of course, he did so because, um, ah.. oh wait, it is Democrats that hate people having a right to defend themselves, isn't it?

Well, that's all the time we have for today's show, but come back next week after Hurricane Ophelia makes landfall on Myrtle Beach to see Jeff Foxworthy Host “Who Hates Rednecks?”

Update: Via Ace of Spaces, Strange Women Lying in Ponds provides more evidence of the racial nature of Hurricane Katrina. Damn that Bush!

Posted by Confederate Yankee at September 10, 2005 02:24 PM | TrackBack

Good stuff!

Posted by: J.Wright at September 10, 2005 05:52 PM

Awesome CY... Ya done good... Being FROM Louisiana, you have no idea how much it means to ME personally to know that others out there *Get It*...

Posted by: TexasFred at September 10, 2005 06:36 PM

I posted this on the 7th under "Media Necrophilia".

"The press wants a photographic record to substantiate their already stated claim that race is a contributor to the death toll numbers. With 65 percent of the NOLA population being black and the perponderance of the non-mobile (non-transportation owing) population also being black, one can only conclude that the perponderance of the dead will most likely also be black. However, a nice photographic record only serves to advance the "it's all the fault the presidnet and his conservative right wing" mantra of the MSM. A few pictures of dead bodies always help the liberal machine drive their misguided message home - or at least they think so. That's my take anyway."

Today i posted this at CNN's website, "Have you no decency? Cease and desist immediately with you foolish attempt to gain the ability to dishonor the deceased by filming such operations. Your morbidity is second to none. You’ve earned the dubious honor of being the trash projectors making your organization truly a pseudo news network. Your inhumanity is astounding! Please stop before you shed the last bit of decency remaining in your network."

I was active duty Army stationed at Ft Campbell, KY when the API released and the Clarksville, TN hometown paper published on page one the picture of the half naked soldier's body being dragged through the streets of Mogadishu. I called the editor that day and really raised cain. I got the same insensitive left wing "it's news" tripe and immediately cancelled my subscription. THe family of that soldier lived in Clarksville, TN. The whole post and town came to a high hover over that "it's news" mantra. The Leaf Chronicle lost mega circulation that day.

If CNN is successful, perhaps they will lose enough circulation bust the network. That's at least a positive out of a potentially very indecent situation.

Posted by: JohnY at September 10, 2005 09:03 PM

ice age huh? people in palm beach might be interested to know that. when you conservatives swallow the party line, you're worse than the soviets. will you pay to restore the planet once you've f***ed it up?

Posted by: joe at September 11, 2005 07:51 PM

Sorry, joe but before I ended up in my eventual college major, I'd spent time studying geology and oceanography. Despite the fact that it might not be known to the all-knowing Oliver Willis or Duncan Black, we are in the Pleistocene Ice Age, which began 40 million years ago, and intensified within the last 3 million years.

As a matter of pure fact, we are in a interglacial period now but may be about to enter a glacial period, where the ice sheets advance.

Global warming? You'd better be far more concerned about global cooling, little liberal.

Here, I've found it explained in kids terms from Indiana University. It might not be dumbed-down enough for you Evergreen State grads (who aren't smart enough to get out of the way of a bulldozer), but is is the best I can do.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at September 11, 2005 09:22 PM

key word being "may", since last ice age we human weren't driving suvs. and you seem a little hot under the collar. you conservatives sure don't like it when people disagree with you, huh? is that why you watch fox propaganda channel - so you won't ever have to face uncomfortable facts?

Posted by: joe at September 11, 2005 09:47 PM

joe, I don't like listening to people disagreeing from a position of ignorance, as you are doing. You speak of global warming as fact, which it is far from being. I supported my contention. Where is your evidence?

I make you a deal: when you present some facts, I'll worry about answering them. Till then, you're just a proverbial dog in the night, barking at nothing.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at September 11, 2005 10:48 PM

actually, you didn't support your contention. you yourself said there "may be" a glacial phase coming. pretty big if, there. or did i miss the part where your speculation counts as proof? no wonder you conservatives want to teach intelligent design - it's just more of your speculation that you seem to regard as cold hard fact.

and since you can't seem to read above a third grade level, let me explain: i never said global warming is a fact (although it is, and even bush says so). i just want to know what you conservatives plan to do if your bet that it isn't happening turns out to be false. pretty big risk, wouldn't you say? and i don't know why you think you get to ruin the planet for the rest of us. of course, don't take my word for it: 99.99% of scientists agree, and the 7 or so who don't keep getting quoted over and over in right-wing mags. take a look sometime: the same ones over and over, because they're the only ones you can find who still think it's a myth.

Posted by: joe at September 11, 2005 11:07 PM

Speaking of reading comprehension, what part of "we are in the Pleistocene Ice Age" is slipping past you? Was putting it in italics confusing? We are in an interglacial period, but still in an ice age (have been for 40 million years) nevertheless.

I guess the kid's description I linked to was too complex...

You haven't proven anything, especially how us ratifying Kyoto is going to change global warming since China and India, two of the fasted growing economies are completely exempt (India) or not even a part (China, already the second largest producer of greenhouse gases, and projected to be the first soon).

So "99.9" of scientists agree global warming is real, and only 7 scientists? that that it isn't?

Prove it.

The Academy of Sciences (RU) says it is outright poltical B.S. Do you have facts to proven them wrong?

Give me links, son.

Again, you're failing badly to support your contentions (any of them, in fact), and I'm hardly going to take you at your word when the kid's science pages are going over your head.

Posted by: Confederate Yankee at September 12, 2005 06:10 AM

haha - i love pissing off conservatives. they get so heated and try to seem all tough and manly. they fall for it every time. you're so busy hurling insults that you don't even pay attention to what i say. thanks for letting me make you look stupid on your own website. sayonara.

Posted by: joe at September 12, 2005 10:28 AM

If by "looking stupid" you mean that I made it obvious that you can't support one contention you've asserted, then gosh, you sure showed me!

Why with that kind of intellectual beatdown, I might just quit blogging altogether... Not.

It does go to show, though, that liberals such as yourself are very good at shouting, but not so good at backing up what you say with facts.


Posted by: Confederate Yankee at September 12, 2005 10:52 AM

Even if we were one vote away from a black president I wouldn't vote for condolezza rice.
And I am black. She is much to blame as bush is.

Posted by: SHAKYM at September 13, 2005 06:53 AM

that is a bunch of crap.. bush is the best. you and your stupid racist crap.. get over it.

Posted by: earl at October 19, 2005 08:28 PM