Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Fucking Epic!

Fucking awesome! Just flat out fucking awesome! I love how the Polynesian dude stood behind his words no matter how out numbered he was in the studio. Watch how the cracker bitches on the panel immediately go into "black people are the greatest thing in the world" mode. Typical. I fucking hate PC, but what I hate more than PC is dumb ass cracker bitches with white guilt driving their bullshit PC mindset.



I would love to buy the Polynesian dude a few rounds for being straight up about it. I wish more people on camera in front of huge audiences would say it like this. Not just say it like this, but also not apologize later because the usual nigger suspects are crying all over the place and demanding an apology. Fuck that! It's about time someone just came right out and told the free-ridin', food-stampin', whitey-blamin', Obama-votin', fast-food-fightin', racist niggers themselves how we feel. The only thing I would like to add to what the Polynesian dude said was a quote from the comments on Youtube:

"....you need white people because without them YOU WOULD HAVE NO ONE TO BLAME FOR YOUR INADEQUECIES."

Fucking EPIC!

5 comments:

Fukitol said...

Yup. And the City of Detoilet just contributed to the exponentially growing number of episodes of GGDF's highly acclaimed, AFN

http://youtu.be/-SvhRlnOMl8

Anonymous said...

Yup, I like the guy too. He sees life as it is.

All the libtard men and ladies on this panel shit their collective Marxist panties when he spoke up.

Buy him a beer/ Hell I'd buy him a keg. I don't know how he can sit in that chair without his massive brass balls don't pull him out of it.

Hoorahhh

kerrcarto said...

I have to agree with the black dude. Where did "judge a man by the content of his character, not the color of his skin" go?

Anonymous said...

He's right about affirmative action.
That is a b.s. policy that should have been eliminated years ago, it has served its purpose and is no longer needed. It's discriminatory against white people, and it's an insult to blacks, and other minorities who must deal with the stigma that they got their position only because of affirmative action, and not because of their merit--whether or not this is actually true.

Aside from that, I quote Rodney King, "...can't we all just get along?"

rayvet said...

The guy would have been much safer, and accurate, by stating he doesn't like the black community. I like Alan West, I like Herman Caine, and the list goes on, but I DO NOT LIKE THE BLACK COMMUNITY. That is the way you make the point without appearing a racist. And the black dude showing his "indignation" should now know exactly how whites feel when we are continously asked to treat blacks as victims and give them different standards to live up to than we do ourselves.