Sunday, July 08, 2007

Black People Lose

(Roy Pearson Jr., making Clarence Thomas look like Thurgood Marshall)

If white people win then it's clear that someone else has to take the short.

I'm going to point out two quick cases where black people by no fault other than their own went out of the way to ensure their loss and make things worse for everyone else.

The first case is worth all the ridicule you can throw upon it.
Y'all should know the name Roy. L Pearson Jr.
This joke of a Negro is/was an administrative judge who sued an Asian dry-cleaning company for $67 million initially and settled on a $54 million for losing a pair of his pants. Yea, a $50+ million lawsuit for a $10.50 cleaning job on a pair of pants. God Bless America.

This dumb bastard then rejected $12,000 to settle the case before it went to trial.

From the trial page on Wikipedia,

  • Among his requests were $500,000 in attorney's fees, $2 million for "discomfort, inconvenience, and mental distress", and $15,000, which he claimed would be the cost to rent a car every weekend to drive to another dry cleaning service. The remaining $51.5 million would be used to help similarly dissatisfied D.C. consumers sue businesses. Pearson also re-focused his lawsuit from the missing pants to window signs for "Satisfaction Guaranteed" and "Same Day Service" that have since been removed. Pearson claimed the signs represented fraud on the part of the Chungs. The Chungs' lawyer, Christopher Manning, alleged that the signs could only be considered fraud if a reasonable person would be misled by them, and that a reasonable person would not see the signs as an unconditional promise.

    On June 12, 2007, the trial began. Pearson broke down in tears during an explanation about his frustration after losing his pants, and a short recess had to be declared.

    On June 25, 2007, the trial ended with District of Columbia Superior Court Judge Judith Bartnoff ruling in favor of the dry cleaners, and awarding them court costs of about $1,000. A motion to recover the Chungs' tens of thousands of dollars in attorney fees will be considered later. Pearson has stated that he will appeal.

This Negro was crying in court over a Goddamn pair of pants.
Clarence Thomas and Roy Pearson, shitting on the black male in law.


This next case is a little less amusing. It involves Cory Booker, the mayor of Newark and the pathetic slavery-era understanding of race black people still cling to.

Quick rundown.

In 2006 light-skinned Negro Cory Booker replaced dark-skinned Negro Sharpe James, a crooked ass Wire style politician as Newark's mayor after losing to him in 2002.

The 2002 race between them was as ugly as it gets and Sharpe James used every ugly racial trick he could think of to herd the black sheep to get his 53% victory.

Peep some of Sharpe James tactics,

  • Sharpe James ran on a platform emphasizing his experience relative to the youthful Booker, utilizing the slogan "the Real Deal." He also used racially divisive rhetoric, saying to the Star Ledger of his opponent (who is black) "You have to learn to be African American and we don't have time to train you." James was also shown in Street Fight insinuating that Mr. Booker is Jewish (Mr. Booker is a devout Christian), a Republican (Mr. Booker is a lifelong Democrat), and allegedly a homosexual.

So Sharpe played off of black anti-Semitism, homophobia and light-skinned resentment. The black trifecta.

And guess what else?
After Booker took office, he found out the books were all fucked up from Sharpe and then in September 2006, The Star-Ledger reported that James is being investigated for spending city money on personal entertainment, including trips to Brazil and Florida.
In June 2007, The Star-Ledger and other newspapers reported that James had received a target letter from the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey, informing James that he is the target of a federal investigation and inviting him to testify before a grand jury prior to their vote on whether or not to issue an indictment against him.

Now the vultures from Sharpe's administration are trying to create as toxic as an environment as possible to undermine Booker's term as mayor (NYTimes article here) because he is hiring people who aren't black and aren't from Newark. You know, because the black people from Newark were doing such a great job under the last mayor.

They are even building up a petition for a recall election. Mind you, there was no word of a recall when Sharpe was taking city-funded trips to Brazil.

I don't know shit about Jersey and it's history but I'm riding with Booker on this one

A) Because I'm light-skinned
B) Because this same shit happened in Detroit when the Negro zombies re-elected Kwame Kilpatrick over the light-skinned challenger in 2005.

Apparently Cory Booker is friends with Oprah and her wifey Gayle. Maybe she get the Black Crusaders to take out Pearson and Sharpe's old supporters at the same time.


  1. I live in Detroit, and I still haven't forgiven people for voting Kwame back into office. They tried to stir up some mess by pointing out Hendrix was half-German. The way the city is screwed up, we could use a little German efficiency.

    We used to have monthly bulk trash pick-up, but that ended, and now taxpayers have to pay an extra $300 a year to have trash picked up only 4 or 5 times a year. The city is closing over 30 public schools due to declining enrollment. There are also no major grocery stores in the city. Now when I hear my neighbors moan and complain about the state of things, I remember most of these fools were sporting Kwame signs on their lawn during the last election.

  2. This might be a job for the Black Crusader and the Autobots.


  3. I was so pissed when I heard about Pearson and saw he was black. Then I saw he went to Northwestern Law, where I graduated from, and all I could do is doubly hang my head in shame.

  4. The same type of people who vote for Kwame and Sharpe thought Bush deserved a second chance to fuck up America in 2004.

    Shit, they'd probably give him a 3rd go round in 2008.

  5. Just goes to show that stupid crosses all racial, class, and political party lines.

    Stupid is speading like a virus, it must be stopped.

  6. This post is funny to me because it is written so much from the perspective of you, a West Indian man from Brooklyn. It is almost Albert Brooks like in tone.

    To most Black people, Sharpe's campaign would be laughable. The majority of Black people have a tendency to favor light skin, are not anti-semites, but are pretty homophobic. I guess part of his campaign would have been effective, but this ridiculousness is in no way the surefire thing that you indicate it is. You are truly cooning there, especially with the "I am siding with X, Y and Z for (of all reasons) because I'm light skinned."

  7. I'm from NJ and my cousin and his wife live in Newark, so I know a bit about Booker and I know that when corporations want to set up there he ensures that they recruit from the local population first and have a set number of jobs allocated to Newark natives, in addition he has a program for prison returnees that gives them temporary employment.

    He definitely looks out for the people of Newark, it's just sad that he has this enormous mess to clean-up from the last administration and he has to make some tough choices in order to do so.

    Oh yeah, he also lives in a bad neighborhood in Newark, and goes running in the park, so he's either gully, dedicated or suicidal.

  8. If black's favor light skin, then why was Sharpe using Booker's lightness against him?

    Blacks arent anti-semitic?!
    Do you know black racial conflicts with Jews in NY and NJ alone?

    Anonymous posters are cowards. Say your peace with a name.

    Cory Booker is realer than Sharpe ever was.