The Shaved Chimp - But only if he is white.

#1


The USA papers are in a frenzy -
Telegraph Article

The point is that we have known George W. Bush as the "Shaved Chimp" for ages.

Now that "Chimp"is applied to the next President of the USA there are screams of racism.


Rule No1. - Never be rude to an American who is not totally white...
 
#2
Except for the fact that it is racist to the point that I'm wondering where the white hoods are.

And no, any idea that the plan was written by idiots doesn't cut it, unless the cartoon was drawn by someone who shouldn't be trusted with a pen for fear they would hurt themselves.
 
#4
That's just Al Sharpton, the professional agitator. Who cares if he's insulted? :evil: Any time there's a race card to play he comes out of the woodwork. :roll: As for the stimulus bill, it was so flawed that even a chimpanzee couldn't have done a better job of writing a better one. Nice try Dope.

 
#5
It's Al Sharpton for Christ sakes....


If you grew up here(NYC) you would know what a Race Card throwing Charlatan he is.




 
#6
There is a good reason that blacks in the US claim it is racist to link them with apes etc. and the reason is historical. Josiah C. Nott and George Robins Gliddon, in 'Types of Mankind', propagated their pseudo scientific belief (in 19th century America) that blacks ranked between "Greeks" and chimpanzees, and thus were somewhat less than human. Even today this view lingers subconsciously in many white Americans, as discovered in a recent study by psychologists at Stanford, Pennsylvania State University and the University of California-Berkeley.
 
#7
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
 
#8
Goldbricker said:
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
My bold.

Given the history of blacks in the US, perhaps in this case he would be right to. When a people has long been dehumanised, they may be more sensitive to these things than the dominant group is.
 
#9
KevinB said:
Goldbricker said:
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
My bold.

Given the history of blacks in the US, perhaps in this case he would be right to. When a people has long been dehumanised, they may be more sensitive to these things than the dominant group is.
Oh please spare me the sob sister....

Every ethnic group in the USA has been made the butt of such jokes
Ever see how the Irish were portrayed in the late 1800's?

Italians? Poles?

Al Sharpton is spreading his usual bovine fecal matter

Obama didnt write the Stimulus Bill, Congress did, So the Chimp isnt him.

Only hyper-sensitive morons would believe that it is supposed to be the Annointed One.
 

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#10
If it was good enough for Bush to be a shaved chimp, then it is good enough for a Democract!
 
#11
KevinB said:
Goldbricker said:
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
My bold.

Given the history of blacks in the US, perhaps in this case he would be right to. When a people has long been dehumanised, they may be more sensitive to these things than the dominant group is.

Just as, whenever you raise your terrorist head, we have a right to complain and remind everyone about your history of raising funds to finance the murder of innocent men, women and children.
 
#12
Goldbricker said:
KevinB said:
Goldbricker said:
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
My bold.

Given the history of blacks in the US, perhaps in this case he would be right to. When a people has long been dehumanised, they may be more sensitive to these things than the dominant group is.
Oh please spare me the sob sister....

Every ethnic group in the USA has been made the butt of such jokes
Ever see how the Irish were portrayed in the late 1800's?

Italians? Poles?

Al Sharpton is spreading his usual bovine fecal matter

Obama didnt write the Stimulus Bill, Congress did, So the Chimp isnt him.

Only hyper-sensitive morons would believe that it is supposed to be the Annointed One.
Dont waste your breath mate he is oirish and thrives on historical grieviance.
 
#13
joey_deacons_lad said:
Goldbricker said:
KevinB said:
Goldbricker said:
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
My bold.

Given the history of blacks in the US, perhaps in this case he would be right to. When a people has long been dehumanised, they may be more sensitive to these things than the dominant group is.
Oh please spare me the sob sister....

Every ethnic group in the USA has been made the butt of such jokes
Ever see how the Irish were portrayed in the late 1800's?

Italians? Poles?

Al Sharpton is spreading his usual bovine fecal matter

Obama didnt write the Stimulus Bill, Congress did, So the Chimp isnt him.

Only hyper-sensitive morons would believe that it is supposed to be the Annointed One.
Dont waste your breath mate he is oirish and thrives on historical grieviance.
Yeah and these Irish were so angry at the US for being portrayed in such a way that they funded a murdering scum organisation operating back home in Ireland... I feel sooo much sympathy for them *cough, cough*
 
#14
This cartoon is based on a chimp in . . . . . somewhere in the US who attacked a woman. Eventually the police got there and shot the chimp dead.

That aside, the cartoon is blatantly racist in content, linking a black man to an animal whos name has been used to pour derision on black people.
 
#15
KevinB said:
Goldbricker said:
Maybe Delonas should have drawn a crow?

Too black. A scavenger. Only strong in big possee's.

How about if he drew a bear?

Dark and hairy. Sleeps a lot. A no-go.

A rooster? Proud and cocky. Too aggressive.

A snake? Too schlongy.

A rat? Steals stuff. Hangs out in inner cities. Too evocative.

A horse? Strong but dumb. Shits everywhere. Too many metaphors here for the urban experience.

A dragon? Cheesy and not real. Slays too many white guys.

A cat? Does not do anything. Sleeps most of the time. Survives on handouts. That's big negative.

Come to think of it, Sharpton could complain about any animal.
Beggorra, beggorra, beggorra, leprechaun, tin rattle, beggorra, beggorra, shamrock, car bomb, begorra, beggorra, murdering Fenian scum, beggorra, beggora.
Why don't you just fcuk off you terrorist filth?
 
#16
Sven said:
That aside, the cartoon is blatantly racist in content, linking a black man to an animal whos name has been used to pour derision on black people.
Sven, finding racism under every stone since nineteen eighty snore...
 
#18
Seriously though, I think that this knee-jerk desire from the Democrats and their assorted hangers on to find racism under every stone (except their own) is from a deep-seated historical guilt because it was they who were the party of slavery, Jim Crow, and the KKK. heck, look who voted against the Civil Rights Bill: overwhelmingly Democrats.

It baffles me how they have managed to project all of this on to the Republicans, who had almost nothing to do with it.
 
#19
stoatman said:
Seriously though, I think that this knee-jerk desire from the Democrats and their assorted hangers on to find racism under every stone (except their own) is from a deep-seated historical guilt because it was they who were the party of slavery, Jim Crow, and the KKK. heck, look who voted against the Civil Rights Bill: overwhelmingly Democrats.

It baffles me how they have managed to project all of this on to the Republicans, who had almost nothing to do with it.
They see racism usually when it comes out from under its stone. :roll:
 
#20
quote="stoatman"]Seriously though, I think that this knee-jerk desire from the Democrats and their assorted hangers on to find racism under every stone (except their own) is from a deep-seated historical guilt because it was they who were the party of slavery, Jim Crow, and the KKK. heck, look who voted against the Civil Rights Bill: overwhelmingly Democrats.

It baffles me how they have managed to project all of this on to the Republicans, who had almost nothing to do with it.[/quote]

Pro-segregation democrats were running for election into the 70s; George Wallace.

Web Page Namehttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/George_Wallace[
 

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