The Klu Klux Klan is No Longer a Threat to Black People

16 Aug

Klu Klux Klan

The  KKK leader stepped to the podium, his hood lowered around his shoulders and a look of disgust  on his face. He said, “Sorry guys but this will be our last meeting; we’re going out of business.”

A member stood up in back. “But why sir?”

The leader sighed, “Well, reverend, the Blacks are doing a better job getting rid of themselves than we ever did, so we are no longer needed.”

There were rumblings and protest. The leader raised his hand to silence the Klan members, and said, “Their rap music says more vile things about Black women than we ever thought of.”

The members grudgingly nodded in approval. The Imperial Dragon continued: “And their women write books and make songs that demean black men better than my two speech writers ever could, looking down at two men seated in front who lowered their heads.

“They shoot each other constantly,” he continued;” And as a group, they spend a huge amounts of money on cars, liquor, that stuff they call bling bling, and the proliferation of rap music – as they talk about all that in their magazines — and nobody needs us to talk about how a lot of their sorry butts keep playing the race and victim cards while complaining that other groups are surpassing them in economic development and supposedly getting more attention in schools.

Hell, they even support a so-called “Black Hair” DVD that a white man is making money on, in four sequels at $20.00 a pop, talking about how Koreans have taken over the “black hair” industry without acknowledging that Black entrepreneurs had 100 years to get a monopoly or entrenchment in the industry that Madam C.J Walker founded 100 years ago, but got out-hustled and out-strategized while spending investment capital elsewhere.   Let’s face it, they’re being hoisted by their own petards.”

Some members went looking for dictionaries, while most members nodded as it hit them that their job was finished; that Blacks had become their own worst enemy.

The leader shook his head. “It’s time to go back to our regular lives as policemen, judges and congressmen, and leave the business of getting rid of Blacks to Blacks. They are just better at it than us.”

He then threw his hood on the ground and walked off the stage.  Thus ended the last KKK meeting.

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