First McDonald’s Showdown of 2012

Battle Royal under the Golden Arches

Golden Arches

We knew heading into 2012 that African-American gladiators would be returning to the public stage for more 365Black smackdowns in the black version of the Colosseum: the local McDonald’s fast food restaurant.

There are just some things you can predict about black people based on the color of their skin and the content of their character. DWL integrationists like Brooks D. Simpson call this “racism.” We prefer to call it “race realism.”

We knew that Head Start and No Child Left Behind would fail, that Haiti would still be Haiti two years after the earthquake, that the streets of Kill-adelphia and New Orleans would continue to be awash with blood, and that the Black Undertow would continue to make public transportation unsafe for White passengers.

As OD prepares to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day 2012, black people have risen to the occasion and shown us yet again why those lunch counters were segregated in the Jim Crow South:

About Hunter Wallace 12367 Articles
Founder and Editor-in-Chief of Occidental Dissent


  1. Kitty Genovese expert wants pundits to get their facts straight
    by Kathy Shaidle on Monday, November 21st, 2011 | No Comments
    Joseph DeMay:
    Apart from Jerry Sandusky, Joe Paterno, Mike McQueary, and the still unnamed victims, the person most often mentioned in connection with the Penn State sex abuse scandal is a woman who has been dead for almost forty-eight years. If you don’t recognize her name, you’ve likely heard her story or some version of it. (…)
    Other notions about the case are wrong. The witnesses did not watch for half an hour. Once Kitty left the scene of the first attack, the Austin Street witnesses could no longer see her. Nor did Kitty scream for half an hour. The first attack left her with a punctured lung which would likely have prevented that in any event.
    The New York Times lied. Then lied again:
    Abe Rosenthal, the Times editor for the story, denied in front of a March 9, 2004 Fordham University forum that the case was ever about thirty-eight eye witnesses.
    “I never said, nor did anybody on The New York Times, or any reporter with a brain, say there were thirty-eight peering out of a window.”
    This is the first line from their original opening paragraph:For more than half an hour 38 respectable, law-abiding citizens in Queens watched a killer
    After my previous post, James Fulford sent me two related posts:
    Everyone one has heard about the Kitty Genovese murder, and most of what you’ve heard about neighbors ignoring her screams is wrong. What you haven’t heard about the Kitty Genovese murder is that her killer, Winston Mosely, is black. ( A TV movie based on the Kitty Genovese murder portrayed her killer as white.)
    You can say “Kitty Genovese was killed when her neighbors ignored her screams…” but you can’t say “Kitty Genovese was killed by a black man…” it’s just not allowed.

  2. I just tried to post, on Simpson’s site – but banned I am. I wanted to k ow why they never ever seem to commnet on the contributions of te contributors to the 365 Black website Wrodl Stat Hip Hop?

    In the latest “dish” served up, the Negroes seem to have started the fight simply to POST something on World Star Hip Hop.

  3. Without a doubt America would have been on Mars if you hadn’t subsidized the multiplication and survival of this blight. How many billions wasted on these locusts?

  4. Hunter- the utter contempt in your article for the lying obfuscation of BRA, is palpable.

    And needed.

    Again, bravo. Sir.

    A corrective for diversity-numbed brains.
    Whose time has come…. again. (think 1860)

  5. The mention of Kitty Genovese’s murderer; “Winston Moseley” piqued my curiosity, so doing a net search the first result of course, was a Wackypedia listing. Interestingly, they stated Moseley’s race up front. But the rest of the info on this guy was utterly amazing even for today, let alone for 1964:
    He is described as a necrophile, and that he not only confessed to the Genovese murder and gave all the details of it : “His motive for the attack was simply “to kill a woman.” Moseley preferred to kill women because, he said, “they were easier and didn’t fight back”.[13] Moseley stated that he got up that night around 2:00 a.m., leaving his wife asleep at home, and drove around to find a victim. He spied Genovese and followed her to the parking lot.”

    Moseley also testified at his own trial where he further described the attack (along with two other murders and numerous attacks), leaving no question that he was the killer.[13]”
    The article states that he was given the death penalty, but of course it was commuted to life in prison in 1967. During his prison stay he managed to commit more mayhem:

    “In 1968, during a trip to a Buffalo, New York, hospital for surgery on a self-inflicted injury, Moseley overpowered a guard and beat him up to the point that his eyes were bloody. He then took a bat and swung it at the closest person to him and took five hostages, raping one of them in front of her husband—actions for which Moseley would later blame his parents[14]—before he was recaptured after a two-day manhunt.[13] He also participated in the 1971 Attica Prison riots.[15] In the late 1970s Moseley obtained a B.A. in Sociology in prison.[13]”
    So, not only have we had to pay to keep this P.O.S. housed (well, prison is housing, isn’t it?), fed, clothed , and no doubt entertained (with free cable) for the past 48 years
    as well as providing him with free higher education and a degree that is as useless to him as he is to society, we also have to suffer his attitude with regard to his crimes as well: “Moseley’s first parole hearing in 1984 included his defense that “For a victim outside, it’s a one-time or one-hour or one-minute affair, but for the person who’s caught, it’s forever.”
    He was still alive and in prison in 2008. He may still be alive and in prison and would now be 76 years old…and we are still footing the bill to keep him alive and fed- him and millions of others like him, most of whom are not in jail.

Comments are closed.