S o T o S p e a k | Ep. 261 | Never Enough

According to The Boston Globe, Edward Little High School in Auburn, Maine has a WHITE PEOPLE PROBLEM.

For those who aren’t red roofed on Maine geography, Auburn is situated directly across the Androscoggin river from Lewiston, which is essentially ground zero for the ongoing Somali and Bantu invasion of the state that began in 2001.

Apparently it wasn’t enough to give homes to tens of thousands of sub-Saharans. It wasn’t enough to feed and clothe them. It wasn’t enough to provide for their healthcare and education.

Apparently it will never be enough. The taxpayers and their children are still racists — even in spite of all this “compassionate” resource redistribution.

It’s almost as though crying racist is the magic button to get white people to dispense more resources…

We’ll be deconstructing the Boston Globe article, and also reading Part 7 of The Way Life Should Be by John Q Publius over at TheAnatomicallyCorrectBanana.com

This is EPISODE 261 of So to Speak w/ Jared Howe!

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