Do Whiggers Eat Oreo’s?

October 28, 2011

Okay so what cemented the whole idea for this Dysu blog was a small event that took place when I recently took a pilgrimage home to see my family.

During a lovely So Cal patio brunch thrown by my sister and brother in law, my oldest brother El Revolutio, started to throw out the big R word…

”Racist” El started ranting “My little brother’s a racist”

I tried to gently correct him.  “You can call me a culturalist if you..”

“Racist” He squawked in his drug addled “Larry Flynt” voice again” Racist! Racist!”

Alright so I jumped right into it with-out much intro.

And already most of you are probably thinking (and may very well still be thinking after reading this post) that my brother was right and that I am indeed a racist. But I’m not.

I’m the Dysu, and this cats & kittens is my blog and let me say this as gently as possible…I just don’t give a fantastic flying squirrel what you think of me.

Puffin  N' Ponderin

Puffin N’ Ponderin

If after reading this you don’t see the logic of my argument you may not wanna come back and visit this blog again.

You may not be smart enough to understand the things I’m going to say.

Or maybe not crazy enough.

I mean what the hell do I know– I’m a dysfunctional unit.

Anyway let me just git to it.

So see, oh and we’re back to the family brunch here, someone had asked me what I like about living in the frozen north as compared to the Land of Oz (So Cal).

Among the pleasantries I extolled about my new city and state was the old timey-ness…4433407844_8eb623334f_z

Okay so my exact words were that “I enjoyed living in an area that is more mono cultural.”

What I meant of course is that SoDak is still, in general, like the America I grew up with.

What I meant was in my home town, in my neighborhood (the multiracial “sf ghetto”) children’s bikes still lay out on the neighbors lawn all night long and no one steals them.

Okay so I’m getting off track. ‘Cause I wanna make sure I address this key issue from a larger stand point then my need to recreate Norman Rockwell America…whoa there I go again see, my brother is right…or is he?

What I mean is that how we act, how we behave is not the result of the color of our skin.

Or did I miss something in my behavioral science class?

Claiming that our social or cultural behavior is linked specifically, genetically to our race seems to be the most racist statement of all.

I mean I’m pretty sure we dispelled that myth back in the 1940’s.

But often when we talk about race we are confusing it with learned cultural behaviors.

If this weren’t true then white people would have no trouble with young boys walking around in backward hats and baggy pants sayin “yo, yo, yo”.

If it was solely a matter of skin color then why do so many blacks hate successful conservative black Americans.

Whiggers”  are still white.

Oreos”  are still black.

Yet their respective races despise them. If it were about race, or the color of our skin, this would not be the case.

However, consistently when a person of any race begins behaving outside of their culturally accepted patterns, their brothers and sisters in color reject them.

Culture trumps race.

As another example, lets look at how many blacks view Herman Cain.

Mr. Cain is definitely an African-American…racially speaking.

A proud and successful member of his race who should be exemplified by his community, instead he is vilified.

I love Herman Cain, like most of his supporters that I’ve talked to, not because or despite the color of his skin, but because he is a proud supporter of, and a shining example of the American Culture.

So am I saying there’s no such thing as racism…nothing could be further from what I have said here. Make sure you remember that.

What I am saying is that many times when we talk (debate, argue, fight) as a country we use the word race when we mean culture.

We cannot work to solve a problem without first addressing it from a true perspective.

We will never fix a problem that we can’t discuss honestly.

This is what drives me crazy about most of our social discussions here in America.

Am I a racist? Again you’re going to believe whatever you want, but, if you want to label me truthfully label me a culturalist?

Truth Matters... I didn't look very hard for whoever created this masterpiece. But I'm gonna use it anyway...And that's the truth.

Truth Matters…
I didn’t look very hard for whoever created this masterpiece. But I’m gonna use it anyway…And that’s the truth.

There are some after reading this that will still want to say that I don’t understand what I am talking about.

And I admit that I am certainly not very sensitive to other’s cry baby problems.

Like slavery, did I mention somewhere above that American Blacks should be thankful for slavery…

Now why did I say that…now I’m going to have to explain that statement in my next blog.

Don’t get too upset. There is logic to my statement.

Or at least I think there is.

But then again what the hell do I know…

I’m a dysfunctional unit.

dysu October 28th 2011 8 pm

One Response to “Do Whiggers Eat Oreo’s?”

  1. Reblogged this on disfuctionalunit and commented:

    Hey C & K it’s me n here’s one of my personal favorites, a real blast from the past. I wrote this during the early 2012 Pres campaign.
    I hope you enjoy. Please feel free to leave a comment below.

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