With Obama in the White House and Eric Holder as the Nation’s 1st black Attorney General, February 2009 is “The Greatest Black History Month in History (BHM)” – atleast, from what I noticed, blacks celebrated it like it was.
Among the month’s outstanding facts, more people participated in MLK Day parades than at any other time in American history. (Though, MLK DAY is in January, it falls as a primer to BHM and is often thought of as intricate to it.) Another impressive number is that that, while countless other business are hurting – right now, many Church’s Fried Chicken restaurants are reporting “their highest sales ever.”
To mark this HISTORIC event (the first colored president during Black History Month), I took the opportunity to eavesdrop in some colored people’s conversations to get the 411.
“We gonna CONTINUE BLACK HISTORY MONTH THROUGH MARCH, NIGGA,” one particularly angry looking brother touted among his circle of friends.
“It’s the greatest black history month ever!” I heard one young colored kid playing PEEK-A-BOO enthusiastically exclaim.
“I’m not going to be a black criminal or going to prison,” another boy pledged.”I’m going to be the next Obama!”
“Whites gonna’ KNOW OUR HISTORY,” a group of black thugs emboldened by Obama swore: “WE AIN’T THUGS NO MORE!”
BELOW: BHM’S TOP BLACK ON WHITE & BLACK ON WHITE CRIMES (February 2009)
BELOW: PROMINENT ATLANTA CANCER RESEARCHER LEARNS VALUABLE LESSON ABOUT THE BLACK MALE
Their fateful meeting at the high-rise Midtown condo complex — the prominent cancer researcher and the young man described by police as a two-bit criminal — was nothing but chance.
Eugenia “Jeanne” Calle, who had a condo on the Aqua building’s 20th floor, was walking her gray poodle. Article