It has become obvious that young to middle-age white men have problems at home and in their marriages, and quite possibly psychologically all together, because they have become increasingly aggressive in public and on their jobs, particularly police officers who feel the need to relieve stress by killing innocent Black men and beating up on Muslim women and children of color. The ones who have guns kill people and the ones who do not have guns choose women and children as their victims to beat on. Well we at Afromerica have the perfect solution for these stressed out white boys.
We are currently recruiting fearless and fed-up Black men - or any brothers of color - who will act as stress relievers for these over-worked, out-of-control white boys. Meet the Afromerica boxing team at your nearest gym or community center for try outs for the "Beat-Down Coliseum Reality Show." We are looking for thug type, angry, ready to fight brothers who would not mind landing a blow for justice to the face of one of these white boys.
These brothers must be hard core, unafraid and ready to get in the ring and go toe-to-toe with some of the most anger-unmanaged white boys on their local police force or from their local neighborhood white supremacist group. In fact, we invite brothers who are average fighters but would at least try to beat the anger out of a white boy for the senseless use of a taser on a Black child or the over-obsessive physical force on a Black woman, or any woman. We will take brothers who have not had a fight in twenty years but have pinned-up hostility in them because of the public abuse. We will even take brothers who are good at instigating a fight.
All white cops who have vendettas against young Black men or any people of color, can come and vent all their racial hatred, frustrations and anti-social idiocies on the Black man who steps into the ring, but the white boy has to fight someone at least 5-feet tall and over 18 years old. They cannot be under 5 feet, wearing a skirt, or in possession of a crayon. The white boy does not necessarily have to be a police officer; he can be any white boy with an attitude against Blacks.
He can hate Black women, Black children, or aged Black people who seem to get on their nerves for no reason. The white boy can work as a news anchor for a cable show, a radio talk show, or any type wimp hiding behind a computer screen or the security guard of whatever office building they work at. The white boy can be a racist, a skinhead, or a KKK member, as long as he has deep animosity for people of color for no apparent reason other than to take out his twisted personal and failing family frustrations on the first dark-skin person he sees. Even though there is a war overseas with his name on it fighting people who want him dead, he does not have to take the coward's way out and pick on Black children or Muslim women or innocent people who have done nothing to him.
So come on down to the "Beat-Down Coliseum Reality Show" and get into the ring with the men you so desire to hurt. Rule 1 is you cannot bring a gun because this competition is for real men and not cowards that hide behind badges or under hoods to justify their manhood. Rule two is you must come alone because there is a "manhood" cover charge where you have to be man enough to enter by yourself, and rule 3 is you cannot radio for backup or snitch to your superiors.
Starting this day, all Black men who would like to join, go to your local community center this weekend after 6pm to meet and train for this new Reality Show. There will be a representative there to get you started. The first competition will be at the nearest park this summer (to be announced) dependant on how many white boys actually show up. But we can safely and honestly assume that we have already won because no white boy in his right mind will ever go head-to-head with a Black man in a fair fight.
© Dec. 2016
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