Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Bikefest: A South Carolina Reader Writes “Declare the Grand Strand a federal disaster area…”

Re: “The Wild Ones and the Mild Ones: The One-Sided War Over Black Terror Week.”

Myrtle Beach negro infestation last week of May

Hi Mr. Stix,

The business owners in North Myrtle Beach, Little River, Briarcliffe, Myrtle Beach, Surfside Beach, Garden City, Murrells Inlet - they all are perfectly free to do what I think I would do in their place: Have the business closed, and if necessary board windows, and perhaps stick around it for some hours each day to guard it. One who is self-employed is free to give oneself some time off whenever one wishes. If the negroes came and nothing was open for business except for inside tiny Atlantic Beach, where would they sleep? (Undoubtedly grocery stores would be open, so unfortunately they would be able to eat.)

Though the owners of the Bermuda Sands Hotel (which I am familiar with, though I have never stayed there) may not have liked it, I was happy to read about the killings there, as the negroes who died in that incident lived in Ladson, between Summerville and North Charleston. I live a few miles down the road from there. Praise be to Quadrez or Johntavious or Shitavious or whoever killed them, because thanks to them our society and my community are rid of at least them forever. On that basis, maybe we need negro bikefest to go on 52 weeks per year. Declare the Grand Strand a federal disaster area and feed them federal tax dollars to serve as the nonstop staging ground of, in effect, 24 hour- per-day negro circular firing squads.

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