“They were given excellent service. Impeccable service,” he wrote in a separate Facebook message. “[McCoy] and his group, from the moment they sat down, were verbally abusive to our staff in the most insulting ways. The derogatory statements about women and their sheer contempt for the staff serving them wasn’t the end, however. After Mr. McCoy and his group left I looked over and saw their server, my friend, with his head bowed down and with a very confused look on his face. I took the receipt out of his hand and I couldn’t believe that anyone could be so callous.”
Lootahs bee stealin shit in Fehgesen n Lahbehria!
Looting the Ebola clinic: hahahaha!
Did you hear the head grounds keeper at the White House was fired after 30 years of service?
Yes, it’s true. He was working along side the White House putting in a flower bed. Meanwhile, Obama was just around the corner smoking a cigarette because Michell doesn’t want anyone smoking in the house. At the same time, there was a secret service agent nearby also having a smoke. Now the gardener stood up and was looking around when he spotted the secret service agent about 50 feet away, and called out: “Hey, have you seen the hoe and the spade around.”
“The peculiarly African character is difficult to comprehend, for the very reason that in reference to it, we must quite give up the principle which naturally accompanies all our ideas-the category of Universality. In Negro life the characteristic point is the fact that consciousness has not yet attained to the realization of any substantial objective existence-as for example, God, or Law-in which the interest of man’s volition is involved and in which he realizes his own being. This distinction between himself as an individual and the universality of his essential being, the African in the uniform, undeveloped oneness of his existence has not yet attained; so that the Knowledge of an absolute Being, an Other and a Higher than his individual self, is entirely wanting. The Negro, as already observed, exhibits the natural man in his completely wild and untamed state. We must lay aside all thought of reverence and morality-all that we call feeling-if we would rightly comprehend him; there is nothing harmonious with humanity to be found in this type of character. The copious and circumstantial accounts of Missionaries completely confirm this, and Mahommedanism appears to be the only thing which in any way brings the Negroes within the range of culture.” [Hegel, The Philosophy of History (New York: Dover, 1956), 93.]
“At this point we leave Africa, not to mention it again. For it is no historical part of the World; it has no movement or development to exhibit. Historical movements in it-that is in its northern part-belong to the Asiatic or European World. Carthage displayed there an important transitionary phase of civilization; but, asisNahoenician colony, it belongs to Asia. Egypt will be considered in reference to the passage of the human mind from its Eastern to its Western phase, but it does not belong to the African Spirit. What we properly understand by Africa, is the Unhistorical, Undeveloped Spirit, still involved in the conditions of mere nature, and which had to be presented here only as on the threshold of the World’s History.” [Hegel, The Philosophy of History, 99.]
Then read Ciment’s Another America. It’s about Liberia’s founding.
TNB and Chimpouts! Yee-haw!