Black Supremacy Update: The Pick-And-Roll Pays A Lot Better Than Picking Cotton

Written by Donald Joy on April 30, 2014

Within less than a week in this dystopian, race-obsessed version of America straight out of a George Orwell novel, an old-school Nevada cattle rancher, standing in defiance of federal overreach, momentarily went from hero to almost zero because of a frank, on-camera talk he gave about how the ancestors of today’s government-dependent blacks led much more productive lives when they knew how to work the land–only to be suddenly dropped from the 24/7 media frenzy, and replaced by another 24/7 media frenzy, around another, equally old-school, yet more controversial and inflammatory wrangler; a billionaire wrangler of more contemporary, top-dollar stock.

Oblique references to obsolete farm equipment aside, Cliven Bundy (remember him?) has come up smelling like a rose, compared to the viral stench stirred up in the tawdry episode surrounding NBA franchise massa-turned-virtual-galley-slave, Donald Sterling, a.k.a Donald Tokowitz.

Sterling, whose reputation on racial matters wasn’t quite sterling to begin with (despite having previously received top awards and recognition from the shameless big-money-bling chasers of the NAACP), now appears irreparably tarnished by the tar babies of the all-out shakedown race hustle.  He’d already had multiple bad brushes with the race grievance industry before, settling lawsuits out-of-court for sums in the millions of dollars when it was alleged that he discriminated against minorities in his rental housing enterprises.

But this time, the diversity Thought Police got him.  I mean, really got him.  Sterling’s only chance at freedom, now, is the Underground Railroad of virtual safehouses and cyber-speakeasies found among us, dissidents on the Constitutional right-wing, people who still believe in, and are willing to fight for, our inalienable Bill of Rights.

Steadily over the years, the Orwellian Thought Police of racial politics have burrowed in among all levels and ranks of American institutions, even among the so-called “conservative” establishment, and now hold the reins.  At this particular stage, politically-correct, grovelling, Republican dhimmis have even joined with the most flaming left-wing Democrats in denouncing, with carefully calibrated, indignant outrage, Sterling’s private expression of personal preference regarding his concubine’s company in public, and in his private sports arena seating box.

So why, you ask, do I assert that we are living under de facto “black supremacy”?

As I’ve written and quoted in at least one previous article, the philosopher Voltaire famously pointed out, “To learn who rules over you, simply find out who you are not allowed to criticize.”

Can it be any plainer, at this point?  Trent Lott, Don Imus, Michael Richards, John Rocker, Duane “Dog the Bounty Hunter” Chapman, John Derbyshire, Paula Deen, Cliven Bundy, and now–to an astonishing and appalling degree, considering the staggering, unacceptable penalty being brought down on his neck–Donald Sterling…those are just a handful of higher-profile names, included in an endless parade of surely hundreds of thousands, if not millions, of white people whose lives have been turned into battlefields of racial controversy and workplace vendettas because they upset their hair-trigger negro overlords with some utterance, some mere expression of their viewpoint.

Heck, forget about simply saying the wrong things–whites are routinely being attacked and injured, rhetorically, economically, and even physically, pretty much everywhere in our society today, just for being white.  College campuses, and just about any populated area, are scenes where “educated” professionals aggressively vilify “whiteness” as if lacking sufficient melanin is some kind of horrible crime against humanity, regardless of individual character.  Every day across this land, innumerable innocent whites are randomly jumped, beaten, and murdered for no other reason than the fact that they are white.  Meanwhile, almost nowhere of consequence is it pointed out that over 50% of all murders taking place in America year after year are done by members of only 3% of the overall population–young black males.

But let’s not get me started here on the larger topic of exactly why many people–Jesse Jackson himself included, in a rare moment of candor from him–find that avoidance of blacks can simply be a matter of prudent wisdom and calculated safety.

Speaking of those who we’re not allowed to criticize, by the way, I’m not a big fan of the kinds of Jewish conspiracy theories pushed by some on the untrimmed fringes of the political right.  However, I will say that NBA commissioner and house-Hebrew Adam Silver deserves to be in prison for so egregiously violating Sterling’s civil and property rights, all because of a blackmailing tabloid tart’s public release of Sterling’s privately recorded, politically-incorrect, impassioned pleas for her not to go against his wishes regarding matters of what used to be known in this once-free country as free association.  Sterling also happens to be Jewish, so if anything, the whole affair slightly dents the Jewish-supremacy-conspiracy camp, and reinforces, instead, the melanin-as-tyrannical-trump-card angle.

Whether one finds Sterling’s personal expressions to be offensive or “utterly repugnant” or not, it’s really quite troubling that the NBA and everyone who supports Silver’s decision thinks it’s okay to just summarily, vindictively deprive someone, anyone like Sterling, who has in fact committed no crime, of so much of his property and freedom with one fell swoop.  It’s much more disgusting, and much, much more of a grave, ominous, actual violation than Sterling’s mere words, to those of us who understand what this new, reverse Jim Crow era means and portends.

For the sake of freedom of expression and freedom of association for everyone, everywhere, I pray that Donald Tokowitz sues the living tar out of the collective gorillionaire crybabies of the NBA, and that he wins big.


Following his service in the United State Air Force, Donald Joy earned a bachelor of science in business administration from SUNY while serving in the army national guard. As a special deputy U.S. marshal, Don was on the protection detail for Attorney General John Ashcroft following the attacks of 9/11. He lives in the D.C. suburbs of Northern Virginia with his wife and son.