by Bill White
In a surprise move, U. S. Bankruptcy judge Steven
Rhodes has ordered the city of Detroit
to sell its negroes in order to cover more than $18 billion in debt the city
has incurred by caring for them.
“Detroit’s negroes are both
its main liability and its only potential asset,” Rhodes
wrote in a 2,160-page opinion tracing back to the Dred Scott decision the use
of negroes as chattels with which to pay debts. “The city has gone $18 billion
dollars into debt coddling and caring for a population that won’t work, but
only consumes. It’s time that the negro population paid its debt.”
filed Chapter 9 Bankruptcy in the fall of 2013. Citing a massive exodus of
productive Whites and the collapse of more than two-thirds of the city into
ruins, Detroit admitted that it could no longer afford to provide everything
from police and fire services to water
and welfare to an almost entirely negro population which refused to work
or pay for anything, Subsequent demands that negroes pay their water bills or
face termination of services, just like White people have to, led to protests
and an intervention by the United Nations. The UN argued that negroes have a
“human right” to live as parasites on society.
In exasperation, Rhodes was then forced to issue his
opinion, ordering that Detroit’s
negro population be sold into slavery to pay their bills.
At issue now is the value of nearly three quarters of a
million unemployed, uneducated and unskilled negroes, many of them suffering
from mental and physical illness and several generations of dysfunctional
breeding policies. Appraisals of their value have varied greatly, and major
auction houses have had to dust off manuals from the nineteenth century to
plan what might be the largest slave auction since the Civil War.
“We have to figure in the intensive cost of training and
discipline necessary to get these negroes working,” Kevyn Orr, Detroit’s Emergency
Manager told the press. “Most of these negroes have never held a job in their
life, and many are physically unfit. Literally, we’re talking about whipping
these people into shape.”
Also figured into the equation is the fact that the U.S.
dollar has lost more that 99% of its value since 1865, the last year negroes
were sold into slavery. Estimates of the value of Detroit’s negroes range as low as $37,500,
based on the opinion of one investor that “I wouldn’t pay a nickel a head for
these worthless bums.”
But even if Detroit
ends up giving its negroes away, it will be a boon for the city, which is
currently spending over $2 billion dollars per year coddling black stupidity.
With its negroes gone, Detroit
will be able to significantly reduce not only its police, housing vouchers and
welfare programs, but also costs like public hospitals dispensing emergency
treatment for runny noses.
Judge Rhodes’ opinion is a masterful work of legal
scholarship, tracing the history of debts and slavery back into ancient times. The
enslavement of people for non-payment of debts stretches back to Joseph's
enslavement of Egypt in the
book of Genesis, comes forward through the Jewish Egibi Brothers bank in
seventh century Babylon, and continued in Europe until the modern usury system enslaved entire
states, making the enslavement of individuals largely unnecessary. Rhodes
particularly cited the precedent of Constantine V in seventh-century Byzantium as an example.
Bankrupted by a war against both German Lombardy and the Islamic Caliphate,
Constantine V sold the entire population of Sicily to slave traders to cover the state’s
“It’s a matter of simple economics,” Rhodes
wrote. “If these negroes aren’t sold or otherwise disposed of, Detroit will never recover.”
President Barack Obama said that the court’s ruling was unexpected but perhaps
necessary. Likening himself and his all negro and mulatto law enforcement team
to the African chiefs and “big men” who initiated the Atlantic slave trade by
selling their own tribesmen to Jewish slavers, Obama noted that “the negro
people are America’s
greatest asset” and that “sometimes the Big Man has to sell his assets to pay
Negro Homeland Security chief Jeh Johnson said that DHS
troops will be available to “herd those negroes onto the pier” if the President
decides to ship them to African and Middle Eastern slave markets in the Sudan,
Yemen, or Saudi Arabia.