Heart of Darkness
I recently had to go into Little Rock to purchase a few supplies. As you may have heard, Little Rock is the latest in our string of majority black cities.
I went to Barnes and Noble and noticed that all the bathroom doors are now locked and you must get a key from the customer service desk. Why I asked why they were know doing this, they said they had a problem with vandalism and graffiti in the restroom. (Gee, I wonder what ethnic group is doing this?)
I thin went to the mall and decided to use Dillard's restroom, usually one of the cleanest. Not now. Somebody in one stall deliberately shit on the flood and left a huge pile there. The stench was overpowering.
I went to Books a Million and there somebody had taken a dump in the urinal.
In Sears all the commodes were clogged up with underwear or jockey shorts.
I buy a clock from Wal-Mart. When I got it home I had to use a Phillips screwdriver to detach the clock from the box. This can only be because of theft. (Gee, I wonder what ethnic group is doing all the stealing?) One needs a blowtorch now even to open a DVD or CD when you get home)
Also in Wal-Mart I see a young white couple, with a mulatto female toddler in tow. Now did they adopt it, or is the white male's ego so low he now accepts sloppy seconds from a girl who has bedded Negroes?
Every time I go to Little Rock I see more and more Mexicans. One used to not see any at all. (Thanks, Tyson Foods!) Its going to be Hell for whites when they reach minority status and are caught in between blacks and Mexicans. The future bodes ill.
I see a Time magazine with the cover: The Death of Europe.
A magazine called The Economist has a title page which states: The Death of the Space Age.
A best selling book is titled After America, in which the author believes that America is doomed, cannot survive under any circumstance, and will probably fragment and by the end of the 21st Century secessionist movements will rip the United States apart. It is inevitable, he claims.
In eating pizza at night in Little Rock's famous River market I see police arresting several people. I also see a table full of blacks, a whole family, probably twelve people and one white girlfriend. A grain of salt in a sea of pepper.
These events are not from Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness novel, but instead is what is becoming an everyday reality in degenerate nation that is now the United States. A Third World people make a Third World nation.