07-12-2008, 12:29 AM
I'd grant the US this wish, next to NO niggers EVER of course, What it would be for one week if the nigger were gone. Very little crime, cops with very little to do. Young and old able to walk down the darkest sidewalk with out fear of being robbed. Cities clean, no wild ass apes around. No Chimpouts. Store owners with no shoplifting. Yes it would really be a wonderfull world.
07-12-2008, 05:47 PM
I actually got to experience that for a few months after the Katrina Nigger Removal.
It was awesome. Neighbors strolling around, meeting each other, pitching in to help clean up the mess. Late night socializing out on our huge verandahs that were made for that, but we never could do it because niggers would attack. It was like the older people say New Orleans used to be like. Despit the protestations of our esteemed "leadership", this city wasn't always niggerfuxxated.
Everyday errands and transactions went smoothly, despite how impossible they had become because of Katrina- see, niggers are a worse disaster than the best nature can dish out!
Everybody, even the nigger lovers, had to admit they loved this situation. I think that's what made us believe that our lovely old city could be reborn into something like it used to be. Life on the Sliver By The River (the high ground, well above sea level) returned to normal- better than it had been before. We were all excited and united to roll up our sleeves, get to work, and pick up and move on to this wonderful new era. We got rid of debris, fixed stuff, replanted the parks, and scrubbed down the cemetaries and monuments.
Then the niggers came back- lots more of them than there was in the first place, it seems like. They brought back their crime, TNB, constant whining, blaming, looking for handouts, and guilt tripping. They brought it back in much greater force than we started with. The humans, attacked from all sides, started to give up and leave.
They ruin everything.:chain
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