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It Is Not Just The HIV

Jared Taylor channels my blog post, Degenerate, Dumb, Dangerous: The Diversity Trifecta, with a new video on yet another social ill that blacks and other BIPOCs contribute to well outside of their proportion of the population: venereal diseases or what we are supposed to now call sexually transmitted infections or STIs.

Injuns, Eskimos and other “indigenous peoples” give blacks a run for their money, trailed by mestizos, but blacks still rule the roost when it comes to the clap, the drip, the HIV and all sorts of various and sundry grotesqueness.

Thanks to the video I was forced to learn about what blacks call “the down-low”, black men who sodomize other men but pretend to be heterosexual and often also are having sex with women (this helps to explain why black women have such high rates of HIV and STIs compared to other racial groups). This reinforces my theory that a lot of black men are just mindlessly rutting with anything warm they can get their hands on. This is laid out in grotesque detail in a 20 year old article from the New York Times, Double Lives On The Down Low:

Today, while there are black men who are openly gay, it seems that the majority of those having sex with men still lead secret lives, products of a black culture that deems masculinity and fatherhood as a black man’s primary responsibility — and homosexuality as a white man’s perversion….

….Most DL men identify themselves not as gay or bisexual but first and foremost as black. To them, as to many blacks, that equates to being inherently masculine.

https://archive.vn/v3e9F

That is classic. White guys that have sex with men are faggots and homosexuality is a “White man’s perversion” but black men who have sex with men aren’t really fags because they are so awfully masculine.

Is there anything that “diversity” doesn’t make better?

25 Comments

  1. Tanfj

    In the interest of fairness, if I was a black man; I wouldn’t want to fuck a she-boon either.

    With apologies to Kipling: “The female is uglier than the male.”

  2. TakeAHardLook

    Arthur, in your Feb. 06 post, “Degenerate, Dumb, Dangerous: The Diversity Trifecta,” I commented as follows:

    “I recall that, back in the ’80’s, the joke was as follows:
    Q: What’s the most difficult thing you’ll have to deal with when you’re given a diagnosis of AIDS?
    A: Convincing your parents that you’re Haitian.

    Come to find out later that Haitian men are shockingly bisexual in great numbers; after being with a man (high risk behavior for AIDS) these low-IQ morons would screw a woman in order to “cleanse” themselves of the sin of homosexuality (being SO very catholic).

    This absurd behavior served to hugely increase the AIDS epidemic in Haiti in both men and (their unfortunate) women. It’s a frickin’ ISLAND for chrissakes!

    Hence the above joke.

    “Life is tough. It’s even tougher when you’re stupid.” ”

    My comment is even MORE apropos in this current thread.

    Keep up the great work!

  3. Harbinger

    masculinity and fatherhood as a black man’s primary responsibility…

    Say effin’ what? That is some incredibly poor word choice on the part of the NYT. ‘Fatherhood’ implies some sort of connection between sire and sprog that is almost totally non-existent in the black community. What the author likely means is black men showing their manliness and virility by impregnating females, White and black, beyond which any further connection to the sperm they donate is abandoned, along with the receptacle.

    The words ‘black man’ and ‘responsibility’ rarely, if ever, go together.

  4. TakeAHardLook

    Regarding “the down-low,” perhaps this is one glaring reason why one cannot find but a rare TRACE of White on black rape. Go ahead, try to find reports of White on black rape. Spookily nonexistent.

    It seems that few Whites want to actually go “down there.”

  5. Jeffrey Zoar

    I used to hear frequently, in the 90s and 2000s, about the many millions of Africans with AIDS. I don’t hear about it anymore. There are several possibilities to explain why I don’t hear it anymore

    1. I live in a bubble
    2. They died (this doesn’t appear to have hurt the population numbers though). Plus I never heard about a big death wave from AIDS in Africa
    3. They are all taking US taxpayer/fiat shekel funded AIDS drugs and doing fine. I’m dubious about this though. What are the odds they could get all these millions of sexually promiscuous africans to stay on their meds
    4. They never did have AIDS and it was all bs

    None of these explanations are exclusive of any of the others

  6. grumpy51

    In medicine, I learned to never ask a man if he was homosexual or heterosexual, especially if They’d been in prison. Rather, the question is (to a male) “have you ever had sex with another male?” In prison, they take what they can get or offered. But they don’t consider themselves homosexual in general……. the difficulties of medicine, being precise with questions to get accurate answers.

  7. Arete

    I have always believed that Obama was/is on the ‘down low,’ and have never understood why people think Michelle is actually a man. I think it’s more reasonable to assume he got married and had a family to keep up appearances, but pursued his other…interests..on the sly. I found the New York Times article to which you referred, and it convinced me that living that kind of double life was probably not that difficult for him, although it surprised me that the ‘down low’ subculture is/was so defined. Would be interested to know what sort of number (in terms of a percentage) of apparently heterosexual black men are actually on the DL.

  8. TakeAHardLook

    “The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a division of the National Institutes of Health (NIH), spent $823,200 of economic stimulus funds in 2009 on a study by a UCLA research team to teach uncircumcised African men how to wash their genitals after having sex.”

    These primitives don’t seem to mind the stink of their own genitals if a study was needed to teach them to wash after sex. I mean, c’mon man, wash that thing! It reeks to high heaven!

    Yet, considering the “background odors” as a baseline and a few million smelly dinguses is probably not even 1% of the total assault upon one’s olfactory apparatus.

  9. Danny

    I find myself longing for the guillotine – or the gibbet. Build the gallows locally – guillotine locally as well. Maybe the guillotine will be the premiere event to end the satanic rituals. But consider the satisfaction of seeing them hang until the sun sets.

    • Anon

      >building locally
      Good for you, looking after the locals and creating jobs!
      Public hanging used to be a perfectly acceptable thing. Needs to be again.

  10. Bean Dip Tray

    Dayam! Comradette Fani got some junk in the trunk (big ass) be all like money laundering and enriching friends and lovers, be like all smart n’ stuff. (/s)
    No YT prosecutor would touch it the Trumpstein case and be off good cheer, there is no Magic Soil.
    The people who worked it made the magic.
    This sounds like the new alleged letter from the KKK where they congratulate Rastus and Shanaynay for offing each other in the CPUSA (D) voter plantations or cities.
    Those with short attention span and low impulse control would hump a hole in the ground or so I’ve been told.
    Harold the Brain engineer bud actually is smart, he moved away when the hair weave braids and nails place went in next to Haji’s 7-11.
    Make Rhodesia Great Again. Yes we can!

  11. BigT

    You really should do the world a favor and suck start whatever gun you can find. The world will be a much better place with just one less useless speck of trash to deal with

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