So the Irish want to be black now! At least, they want the name. They are “offended” at its use by Nike. It seems the new Nikes “Black&Tan” model has offended the pubsters across the board, or, the bar.
Nikes new “Black&Tan” model sneaker. Offensive,
not to Negroes, but to the Irish!
Melissa Knowles (Negress reporting for YahooNews) tells us:
The Nike SB Black and Tan Quickstrike is named after a black and tan colored alcoholic beverage made by mixing stout and lager–usually Guinness and Harp or Bass–in a pint glass. Even though Guinness and Harp are Irish, it is not a drink that is commonly requested in bars in Ireland. In the 1920s, a British paramilitary group, known as the “Black & Tans,” used brutality to suppress an armed Irish Revolution, and it was known for its ruthless attacks against Irish civilians.
Thus, the rub in the pub. (But what’s a nice Negress girl, without Harry Reid’s “Negro dialect” be dissin’ the bro’s footwear? This is an irony, an anomaly, and what, a racial triumph?)
And we thought Nike was trying to honor Negro Duke Ellington’s “Black and Tan Fantasy.” Now, is black black, or not? So Nike apologizes already to the Irish, but, what about Duke Ellington? What about the American Negro legend and lore. Ain’t black black no mo? No black fantasy?
One of the earliest recordings, ca. 1927-29.
Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington, 1899-1974.
How dare these unruly Irishmen insult the great Negro icon of American pop!
But, let a white, blonde female come to the rescue–of the “black,” not the white. Yes, another liberal white woman savior. Charlize Theron has just adopted a “South African” child. Now, South Africa used to be a white nation, racially. The world deemed it an appropriate sacrifice to offer the savage black rage of Africa (i.e., the United Nations), and let the black Africans migrants and black labor take over the country.
White woman savior, Charlize Theron.
The Theron announcement, of course, ever-so-carefully avoids the detail of the ethnic or racial identity of the baby “Jackson.” Can there be any doubt?
Theron and child, December 4, 2010.
Could this be the child?
I can’t understand why these white women saviors (and the are noble at heart, are they not?) can’t adopt white children. Why the craving for the darkies? Why the compulsion to touch the night? I’ve theorized, but, it is only psychological suggestion. I don’t know the answer.