Monday, November 02, 2009

And this week's Hysterical Liberal Hyperbole Award goes to..

Meet Australia's Al Sharpton. Note the t-shirt he is wearing. Blatantly racist but because he is black and naturally a member of a 'lesser' race, retarded, y'know, childlike, and defenceless, y'know, unable to help himself, he is tolerated by liberals and the msm because you know them blacks, they are like children. The 21st century is too advanced for them.

Had a white been wearing a t-shirt that says"White Australia Movement"... well, that would be racist. We can't be having the same standards for all the races can we? How else do we create victims and oppressors? How do we get concessions from whites like this douchebag just managed? It's a formula proven to work.
Me, I'm off to buy a shelf-full of creole biscuits.

Supermarket giant Coles will change the name of an in-house brand of biscuits amid claims it is racist. [ on, it gets better]

Coles Spokesman Jim Cooper said the name of the "You'll Love Coles" brand of chocolate and vanilla biscuits, called Creole Creams, will be changed as part of the company-wide rebranding of Coles products.

The name change comes on the back of claims of racism, with the word Creole used to describe a person of mixed European and African ancestry.

"The word Creole comes from a period when people's humanity was measured by the amount of white blood they had in their bloodstream. This is the same kind of thought that underpinned horrific regimes like the Nazis," Sam Watson, the deputy director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland, told yesterday.
[tsk, who wouldn't confuse the Holocaust and creole cooking]

But Mr Cooper today disputed the racist claims and said the name Creole Creams referred to the "well-known Creole cuisine style that originated in the US.'' [the racist idiot doesn't even know what 'creole' means - so allow me, ahem:

  • a person of European descent born in the West Indies or Latin America
  • a person descended from French ancestors in southern United States (especially Louisiana)
  • of or relating to a language that arises from contact between two other languages and has features of both; "Creole grammars"
  • of or relating to or characteristic of native-born persons of French descent in Louisiana; "Creole cooking"
[, not seeing rape and nazism described here..]

"It was certainly not intended as a racial reference, nor intended to cause offence," Mr Cooper said this morning.

He said the product had been stocked on Coles' shelves for three years and the company had never received a complaint.
[of course not until one fucking fool who doesn't know what creole means walks in and complains]

However, he said the name would be changed as part of a rebranding exercise.
[in other words, we are pussies]

Opinion on the naming of the biscuits Creole Creams has been divided, with some internet blog posters and radio talkback callers unaware of its racial meaning.
[because there is NO racial meaning is why..]

Mr Watson said yesterday the use of a racially-loaded word for a chocolate and vanilla biscuit was thoughtless.
[no, YOU are the thoughtless crackpot]

"People need to exercise their intellect. This so-called blending was actually the institutionalised rape of black women. They were victims of brutal regimes of rape and victimisation."
[oh FFS! The word has so many meanings, it defines a style of cooking, dialects, ethnic groups etc. You need to develop an intellect yourself Mr Watson to understand what you are saying but I know you are black and therefore I must accept you are genetically dumber than other races]

Mr Watson described the biscuit name as deeply insensitive and indicative of a "deep undercurrent of racism in white Australian society".
[oh here we go...whitey is racist again, get out that old stick]

"It virtually infects every level of Australia's consciousness, language, culture and history," he said.
[from the name of a biscuit to meaning everything bad in Australian society, see how the mind of a race hustler connects dots that aren't there?]

"Why the need to use that sort of language to market a confectionery?"
[because it refers to a COOKING STYLE you fucktard!]

Creole cuisine is a style of spicy cooking originating in Louisiana.

It combines influences from Europe, Africa, North and Latin America, and India, and is known for dishes such as Jambalaya, Gumbo, and Pecan pie.


3 Opinion(s):

Dachshund said...

KFC should be banned then as well. Can't use a white Colonel Sanders' recipe harking back to the days of slavery.

Viking said...

"undercurrent of racism"
The liberal way of saying, 'we can't point to any specific instances, and have no actual evidence, but they're white so they must be racist, they just MUST be.'

Anonymous said...

It never ends ..., and then this idiot "academic" gets to put this "achievement" on his cv, for fighting for civil rights and all.