Homage to the Unworthy
by Kenneth Roberts
A WHILE BACK the CEO of Chick-Fil-A publicly and ostentatiously got on his knees and shined a Negro’s shoes.
2020 was the year of taking a knee for Negroes. Police did it, churches did it, synagogues did it, everyone but the self-respecting did it.
Colossal piece of trash Kim Kardashian literally cut her teeth by taking a knee for a Negro. Recently she lost her mind when America executed a Black man, a Black man she says is “nice.” No mention of the White people this now-dead Negro brutally murdered.
Just weeks ago reprehensible Negress Jemele Hill suggested that a White man was “racist” because in a fair boxing match he knocked a Negro out “smooth.” She then said she was kidding — but of course she wasn’t. She’s so used to seeing White people on their knees in front of Negroes that the sight of a Negro on his back with a White man standing triumphant over him shook her to the core. If that’s not “racist,” then what is?
And 2020 was the year that Negro savage George Floyd was canonized. Heck, if you believe what you see on TV, White people in America are so cucked that that former haven for Nordics, Minnesota, gave the Alzheimer’s patient a wider margin in the 2020 presidential election than they gave to Hillary in 2016. Uh-huh.
And finally in the most depraved act of Negro worship of last year, on December 14, 2020, the once-great state of Michigan formally gave its electors to Joe Biden and Kamala Hateswhites in a solemn ceremony. During the event, they played the National Anthem (just to fool us into thinking they are Americans). Then straightaway they played the “Black National Anthem,” whatever that is. All of the electors were asked (told is more like it) to stand for this unholy ritual.
All of them did stand. For a certain class of people, apparently that’s what you do in America in The Current Year.
And I can guarantee you that that was the first time any of them were ever on their feet rather than on their knees when paying homage (let’s call it pretended homage) to the Negro.
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