Thursday, August 31, 2006

Snitch of the Week: 8/13 - 8/19 (Wal-Mart Negro)

Andrew Young, former mayor of Atlanta, and head Negro in charge of brainwashing black people into loving Wal-Mart, got a little too real in an interview with an African-American newspaper and had to bite the bullet to keep the heat off of Wal-Mart.

He was quoted as saying that Jewish, Arab and Korean shop owners had “ripped off” urban communities for years, “selling us stale bread, and bad meat and wilted vegetables" and that Wal-Mart “should” displace mom-and-pop stores in urban neighborhoods.

He added,

  • “You see those are the people who have been overcharging us,” he said of the owners of the small stores, “and they sold out and moved to Florida. I think they’ve ripped off our communities enough. First it was Jews, then it was Koreans and now it’s Arabs... Almost everyone who has come into my community has moved in, made money and moved out and moved up,” he said. “That process is still continuing.”

As a resident of the Black community who almost had to flip a Korean store owner or two in his life, this guy ain't really lying. I'm too young to have caught the Jewish wave of store owners, they're long gone, but I grew up in the middle of the Asian wave and it's safe to say that they didn't have much love for the blacks.

Now that the Asians are starting to bounce, the Arabs have been passed the reigns and they aren't exactly a part of the Negro fan club either. But the real shit is that Negroes aren't a part of their own fan club. Blacks have a long habit of undermining other business minded negroes to the benefit of whatever new minority groups are on the come-up.

I guess mentioning that bit was too much reality for one interview. But for calling out what he did, Andrew Young is the Snitch of the Week.


  1. Despite the fact that he did it in the interest of Walmart (I feel the devil everytime I go in there) Dude is right. Funny how other ethnic groups are using us as their stepping stone and we can't get no where.

  2. I only go in there when other people are going.
    I have never spent a dime in that store.