Monday, 4 July 2011

Wonderful Life



The 4th of July is notable for one thing in Liverpool; the outbreak of the Toxteth Riots.So today on local radio,we have had endless blackman bleating about how bad things were and still are for blackyouth,blackmama and blackpapa....blah....blah...blah....No mention of the white guys who were equally disenfranchised at the time and joined in to vent their anger.These were serious,full scale riots...and the plod were well and truly caught with their pants down.So lets move forward 30 years.Whats changed? Well Bob Harris has just been given a gong for his 'services' to music.Personally ,I thought the kids choir at the Palm House ,Sefton Park on Sunday did more for music in an hour but thats only my opinion.But ,what I liked,was that it was a genuinely multi racial choir, White kids,Poles,Jewish,Asian,Indian and Pakistani...only one race was missing..You've guessed it 'the blackman who got a lorra problems'....I see it.or rather don't see time and time again.I don't see blackman at the theatre,the museum.Dont even see him in B and bastard Q....Don't see him walkin his dog.....or at the summer fete or playing golf,cricket or anything for that matter.Didn't see him at all amongst 75,000 whiteys at Aintree for the Grand National.Maybe he was at dem Camptown Races....Black people in Liverpool live in Liverpool 8 'ghetto' because they choose to,,they don't get involved because they choose not to.All other races are present throughout Liverpool and it's conurbations.All blackman seems interested in is 'eatin jerk chicken and bangin booty....It's a wonderful life in L8

4 comments:

Gorilla Bananas said...

It can't be that simple. I thought there were a lot of mulattoes in Liverpool anyway.

Lord Roby said...

Gorilla....The mulattoes or 'half chats' as they are called in Liverpool generally gravitate to Liverpool 8.I live in Huyton 'Two Dogs'...an I can honestly say I don't see a black guy from one month to the next.It really is that simple....

Thud said...

I live just outside Liverpool now and besides the blessed John Barnes I don't see one of our darker countrymen ever....seems good to me, anyway spot on your Lordship

Vinogirl said...

Ahhh, the poor Rialto.