Doing Better in the Future

You need to get back in front of the talmudvision and watch the Liberia Ball, shkotzim. Without your support, consisting of impotently yelling at the wall you're staring at, the super orcs of Red might falter in their endless and unwinnable war against their fellow night terrors on Blue. You don't want that, you're Red through and through to the bitter end, I can tell. Also, look at that boy run. This proves the "African-American" is not a continuous drain on resources and a pathological failure of a race. This living fossil is electricity on wheels, worship it. Don't forget to hang around for halftime, the much longer break during the middle of the seemingly endless other breaks, to see an exciting negro pageant paying homage to law enforcement and the dusky lives that matter so very much.

A Mississippi high school marching band has sparked outrage with a halftime performance that depicted SWAT team members being held at gunpoint – one week after two police officers were killed in the line of duty in a nearby town. 

When I was in high school the halftime shows generally consisted of musical tributes to the virtues of mayonnaise followed by spelling out the name of our school. I guess the times and the genetic codes of the human units involved have changed a little bit, because now "kill whitey" is the primary theme at a practice prison where not a single one of the tar creature inmates can pass a minimum competency test for reading and writing. Did I mention what a bargain jew slavery was? It's an economic necessity. You won't regret this, gentiles.

Several members of the Forest Hill High School band were pictured supposedly reenacting a scene from a movie, while the rest of the band played at halftime of a game against Brookhaven High School.

We were merely reenacting a scene from a Harvey Weinstein production. Remember that part of "Dr. Negro, Honky Killer" when dem nikkas bee bustin an demm five-oh an sheeet? That's all it was. Relax.

A cargo cult imitation of Chiraq?

Brookhaven was the city in which two officers were shot last week. The timing of the halftime performance led many to criticize the band, and prompted responses from local officials. The Mississippi Department of Public Safety said in a statement that it was “extremely disturbed.”

It's all very upsetting. Usually our "multi-culti" runs like a Swiss watch, so you can see why this particular combination of events would be noteworthy. 

Jackson Public Schools superintendent Erick L. Greene released a statement Saturday, in part to apologize, and in part to explain the performance:

My thoughts and prayers are with the victims of the [Brookhaven police shootings]. This is a horrible tragedy, an attack on the diversity that is our greatest strength. If we learn any lessons from this we dishonor their memory. We must continue as if nothing happened. [Negroes shooting police and then making fun of the situation in an ill-conceived Rwanda Rugby morality play] is a part of life in the city and something we have to get used to. My biggest fear is a backlash from "racists" against the many innocent [groids]. I trust you all have your candles lit. Let's have a song. "Wrist icicle, ride dick bicycle."

On behalf of the Jackson Public School (JPS) District, I want to offer my deep and sincere apologies for the performance by the Forest Hill High School band during Friday’s football half-time show in Brookhaven. Based loosely on the movie, “John Q,” the band’s performance depicted a hostage scene that included toy guns.

Because we're negroes and lack the cognitive ability to connect present actions to future consequences, all of this seemed like a good idea.

JPS has a great deal of respect and appreciation for our law enforcement partners. The band’s performance does not depict the values and people in our community, and was incredibly insensitive to the students, families, law enforcement officials and the entire Brookhaven community. For this we sincerely apologize to all, and we pledge to do better in the future.

The negro will start improving tomorrow.

Mississippi governor Phil Bryant called the performance “unacceptable,” and tweeted that “someone should be held accountable.”

Wow. What an inspiring tough guy, just like Lindsey Graham. 

Based loosely on the movie "Homo Erectus Goes to School."


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