Good News For White Girl Scouts

Dindu Nuffins

by Jeff Davis

Good news for little White girls in the Girl Scouts: It seems inner city African Americans are re-segregating themselves. I always knew there was something to be said for Black militancy.

An article from CBS San Francisco reports: “After the recent Black Lives Matter protests, there is a new Brownie troop in Oakland. Instead of selling cookies, they are spreading a message. On a Saturday afternoon in Oakland , a handful of 8 to 10 year old girls are gathered, in brown uniforms, giggling and eating cupcakes. They look like Girl Scouts, but it’s not just fun and games.”

“And it’s not just fun and games. ‘White policeman are killing black young folks such as women, men and children,’ one of the girls said. Another girl said, ‘Mike Brown. He was shot because he didn’t do nothing. He was shot because he didn’t do nothing? ‘Only the police officer shot him because of his skin color.’”

Actually, no, that wasn’t what happened. There appears to be a Black version of reality which is radically different from the White version of reality.

White people see a Black thug resisting arrest and/or grabbing for the police officer’s gun. Inner city Blacks however see: “A Black youth, who dindu nuffin.”

The article continues “These girls are called the Radical Brownies. And instead of learning sewing, they’re learning social justice. Even their uniforms have a message. ‘The beret, it’s a Black Panther/Brown Beret twist,’ one of the Radical Brownies said.”

This could be part of the ginning up of the Democrats’ 2016 campaign and in about two years these “Radical Brownies” will be junior campaign workers for the Dems in some equivalent activist organization to ACORN.

If the inner city Blacks leave legitimate Girl Scout troops, then that’s all for the good. I’m a lot more concerned about innocent White women and children, who are viciously attack by Blacks for no reason, than the Black youth, who like to confront and attack police and who predictably get shot.

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