February 10, 2018
Let us imagine, for a moment, an America in which neo-Nazi White Supremacists have seized control of the government and are debating the best path forward.
Obergruppenführer A believes that the best approach is to exterminate the Jews in gas chambers, since that’s what Jews have accused whites of doing since World War II and the solution might as well fit the accusation.
Obergruppenführer B, on the other hand, believes that the Jews should be shipped to Madagascar and left alone, so that Mother Nature can exterminate them without human intervention.
Unable to reconcile their positions, the two Obergruppenführers decide upon a good ol’ fashioned coin toss: heads means the Jews are exterminated in gas chambers, tails means the Jews are exterminated in Madagascar.
That would be fair, right? After all, we’re white and we understand that a coin toss is a coin toss: an even 50/50 chance for both parties involved.
The winner accepts the win, and the loser accepts the loss.
However, the North American pavement ape (sorry, we’re back to le 56% timeline now) isn’t quite so understanding.
Jews have trained blacks to think that if something doesn’t go their way – even if that something is as benign as a coin toss against a white person – then whites either meddled with the results using their invisible rays of skin-hatred, or they shouldn’t win anyway because blacks deserve it more.
An African American skater on the U.S. Olympic team is angry about the results of a coin toss that was used to decide whether he, or a white female skater, would represent the U.S. in the opening ceremonies of the Winter Olympics this week in Peyongchang, South Korea.
In a Thursday tweet, champion speed skater Shani Davis — who is black —injected race into the coin flip decision over which athlete would carry the U.S. flag during the opening ceremonies.
Earlier this week, U.S. Luger Erin Hamlin — who is white — was chosen to carry the flag from among a group of U.S athletes. However, Davis, who was also one of the finalists, included the hashtag #BlackHistoryMonth2018 in a tweet. After listing several of his accomplishments, which he believes, should have made him the flag-bearer.
It’s just as well that the Homo erectus lost to the Homo sapien. Koreans don’t exactly share the West’s fondness for outdated farm equipment, and I imagine that their reactions to a black flag-bearer at the Winter Olympics on their home turf would’ve been similar to their reactions to the neo-Swedes in the clip below:
“I am an American and when I won the 1000m in 2010 I became the first American to 2-peat in that event. @TeamUSA dishonorably tossed a coin to decide its 2018 flag bearer. No problem. I can wait until 2022,” he wrote on February 8.
HOLD UP, BOY. We’ve got a serious  situation on our hands with that whole “I be American” business.
I’m pretty sure that the Founding Fathers of the United States, whose Constitution still remains the law of the land whether the kikes like it or not, conceived the nation as a white ethnostate in which blacks were regarded as property rather than citizens.
That means that you’re not an American, Shani Davis. You’re not even an African-American.
You’re an African in America.
Know your place!
Hamlin and Davis were among eight athletes being considered to carry the flag in the opening ceremony, ESPN reported. But the voting for the finalist deadlocked between the final two athletes and as previously agreed upon by all participants a coin toss was used to break the tie. That coin toss went Hamlin’s way. But on the day after the announcement of Hamlin’s selection, it appears that Davis is unhappy with the results and feels he is more entitled to carry the flag than Hamlin.
As ESPN noted, Davis has a history of throwing tantrums, and this is not the first time he has caused an Olympic controversy.
So Davis has caused problems for the organizers in the past (imagine my shock), but they keep him on anyway.
Presumably because he’s black.
I guess we shouldn’t complain too much. Every time a rich, privileged black whines about being oppressed or discriminated against in a First World country, at least 14,888 white people finally snap out of their trance and start ordering copies of The Turner Diaries from Amazon.
This picture, which has been viewed around the world by millions, says it all.