Further Evidence that the World is Full of Wastes of Skin Who Ought to Kill Themselves for Mother Gaia

This one via LC EFA from Down Under:

Supermarket giant Coles will change the name of an in-house brand of biscuits amid claims it is racist.

Coles Spokesman Jim Cooper said the name of the “You’ll Love Coles” brand of chocolate and vanilla biscuits, called Creole Creams, will be changed as part of the company-wide rebranding of Coles products.

The name change comes on the back of claims of racism, with the word Creole used to describe a person of mixed European and African ancestry.

“The word Creole comes from a period when people’s humanity was measured by the amount of white blood they had in their bloodstream. This is the same kind of thought that underpinned horrific regimes like the Nazis,” Sam Watson, the deputy director of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies Unit at the University of Queensland, told brisbanetimes.com.au yesterday.

Creole cooking and Auschwitz. Same thing, really. No, no difference there. And this week’s Hysterical Hyperbole Award goes to… Actually, we’d be quite happy if the drooling dimfuck who uttered that abysmally asshatted idiotic nonsense would just do us all a favor and go impale himself on a didgeridoo. He continues, in the same vaporbrained vein:

“People need to exercise their intellect. This so-called blending was actually the institutionalised rape of black women. They were victims of brutal regimes of rape and victimisation.”

Before you go urging other people to “exercise their intellect”, you should go to the trouble of actually acquiring one. We hear the current resident of 1600 Penn Ave has one for sale cheap. Never been used. Guaranteed.

If you’ll pardon us. We’re getting hungry here and have this sudden urge to go cook a heaping helping of racist Jambalaya.

Bloody idiots.

46 comments

  1. 1

    maybe an axe in the back of this guys head would wake him up to this stoopidity.

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    LC Gonzman says:

    Dumb sons of bitches have no clue what creole actually means.

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    This so-called blending was actually the institutionalised rape of black women. They were victims of brutal regimes of rape and victimisation

    He was there and knows this for a fact…or he read about it in a book?

    You know, that there is never any intermingling of races or cultures unless rape and victimization is involved.

    I’m about ready to give up on these people. :em98: :em98:

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    LC Old Dog says:

    Duh, the greatest Creole Chiefs were white. In fact the only one who ever had a nationally syndicated TV show about Creole cooking was a white bayou good old boy.

    Creoles were the classical “White Rash”, WTF Over!

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    LC EFA says:

    This is how insane the misuse of the word “racist” and the consequent abject fear of being labeled a racist has become in this day and age.

    One person can decide that a biscuit- yes a fuckin bisciut – can now be racist and have the retailer recall stock potentially costing millions nationwide.

    Mindblowing.

    That we the taxpayer are funding the gentleman that has raised this issue is even more disturbing.

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    Cheryl says:

    look out! :em98: Oreos may be headed in the same direction. :em98: Nabisco will have to change the name to something less “confrontational.” Maybe they’ll be forced to take them off the market alltogether. Just looking at them might cause some sensitive individuals to become faint with humiliation. The downward spiral of the West into complete and utter insanity is speeding up. :em95: Not to worry. :em72: Obamessiah :em72: will establish a Product Name Sensitivity Czar to address the racism/sexism in food and household product labeling in this country to comply with international court directives.

    Duh, the greatest Creole Chiefs were white. In fact the only one who ever had a nationally syndicated TV show about Creole cooking was a white bayou good old boy.

    That was my understanding, Old Dog. Guess we’re wrong. I thought that “Creole” referred to the language.

    Will Hank Williams’ song “Jambalaya” now be banned as racist?

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    lc purple raider says:

    Justin Wilson.

    Paul Prudohmme.

    Hell, Emeril earned his stripes at Prudohmme’s restaurants.

    Sam Watson must not be getting enough oxygen to the brain.

    Could someone there cut off his supply completly.

    Asshats! :em98: :em38: :em96:

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    LC Draco says:

    WTF??? Seems our friends Down Under are going the way of the Brits. We can not even speak our own language because we might offend someone….

    The inmates are running the asylum !!!!! :em98: :em96: :em98:

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    DaToad says:

    I’m sure Tony Chachere will be issuing a recall to change the names on his Creole Seasoning, Creole Jambalaya mix, and injectable Creole Butter marinade. Yep, gonna happen real soon too. :em99:

    Clueless twits.

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    LC PrimEviL says:

    Shit like this is one of the reasons I hate getting up in the morning.
    The other reason is, it’s still illegal to kill these morons.
    There ought to be a bounty on them, or at least on their scalps.

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    Cheryl says:

    Injectable Creole butter marinade? Be still my heart! :em03: :em95: Bet it would prove a formidable alternative to the flu vaccine – H1N1 and otherwise!

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    americanexpat says:

    Dumb sons of bitches have no clue what creole actually means.

    The Cole’s guy is just a talking dog reading a script, so I don’t blame him that much. The Aboriginal race hustler doesn’t get off so easily, though. He should check out the field of linguistics, where the study of creole languages is a major field. But it’s been my experience that knowledge of the U.S. isn’t always so great in Oz, especially for those predisposed to see only what they want to see. I once had an Aussie schoolteacher–schoolteacher, for cripe’s sake–when she found out that I had lived in the southern U.S., ask me if I owned slaves. And the cupid stunt was serious. When I said how old did she think I was, she said, “what’s that got to do with anything?”, I replied that slavery was abolished in 1863 “within any State or designated part of a State, the people whereof shall then be in rebellion against the United States”, and in 1865 by constitutional amendment for the entire U.S. She just stared at me with an expression somewhere between rage and deer-in-the-headlights. It was clear that one of her most dearly-held illusions about the United States had just gone up in smoke.

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    LC Gunsniper says:

    This here is Sam Watson. Basically an Australian version of Ward Churchill.

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    Cannon Fodder says:

    I guess Aunt Jamima and Mrs. Butterworth are on their way out next! :em95: :em95: :em95:

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    Cricket says:

    Justin Wilson’s show was about Cajun cooking. He designated himself as a Cajun chef. My neighbor, who was from Louisiana told me about the difference between Creole and Cajun with regard to people, but the cooking was the same. And of course, we need to listen to some professor in a university in Australia. He’s not even an American.

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    Cricket says:

    Don’t forget Uncle Ben, Betty Crocker, and Martha White. Lily Flour and Indian River brand.

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    Tailfin says:

    I make a wicked Shrimp Creole. Now what the fuck do I call it without offending anyone?

    I suppose I just call it “Shrimp Creole, and if that offends you, go fuck yourself.” Works for me. Depends on who’s over for dinner.

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    lc purple raider says:

    I make a wicked Shrimp Creole. Now what the fuck do I call it without offending anyone?

    If it’s anything like my shrimp creole, call it delicious. :em93:

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    *closes and puts down copy of ‘Sambo’*

    *shuts off video of ‘Song of the South’*

    *puts fork on plate next to unfinshed Aunt Jemima pancakes*

    Fuck. Him.

    Fuck him sideways with 5 inch long acid dipped shards of glass.

    Fuck him with Barack Obama’s rough hewn mop handle until you wince at the sight of the splinters and the blood.

    Then prop his shredded sphincter open with a locking speculuum, and pour vinegar and salt over the wound, then give him to stoned NAMBLA members who are hopped up on extacy and viagra, and tell them he is nine.

    Then, when they are through with him in the wee hours of the dawn, place his unconscious body in a very public place with a sign that says:

    “Thus for all of the perpetually offended who seek to round the rough edges of society.”

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    LC Gonzman says:

    Cricket sez:

    Justin Wilson’s show was about Cajun cooking. He designated himself as a Cajun chef. My neighbor, who was from Louisiana told me about the difference between Creole and Cajun with regard to people, but the cooking was the same. And of course, we need to listen to some professor in a university in Australia. He’s not even an American.

    Creole cooking is more City cooking, with a lot of delicate balances between spices, sauces, and such. It is actually very refined. (Think Coq au Vin) Cajun cooking is country redneck. (Slow BBQ Chicken. BBQ, Yankee. Not grilled.)

    And there is also a difference between French Creole (Who are white), and Louisiana Creole (Who are part white, part black, and part NATIVE AMERICAN fer crissakes.)

    God, for a load of rock salt right now….

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    LC Gonzman says:

    AND THE CAJUNS CAME FROM NOVA SCOTIA! AND NOT ***ALL*** OF THEM EVEN FUCKING LIVE IN LOUISIANA!!!!!!!!

    GAH!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    They hurtsssss usssss! Nassssssssty fucktards!!

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    KArnold says:

    “The word Creole comes from a period when people’s humanity was measured by the amount of white blood they had in their bloodstream…”

    That period would be the run-up to the 2008 Presidential election, when one guy’s biggest selling point was his racial makeup?

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    LC Proud Infidel says:

    LC Gunsniper sez:

    This here is Sam Watson. Basically an Australian version of Ward Churchill.

    Cannon Fodder sez:

    I guess Aunt Jamima and Mrs. Butterworth are on their way out next!

    …And as soon as we get another bleeding-heart-on-the-sleeve pisspants latino crusader running its asswipe mouth, we’ll have to call Spic-and-Span “Mexican-American and Span” or “Latino and Span”! :em41: Seriously, that asswipe looks like an Aborigine Al Sharpton wannabe, all fattened up on gov.’t handouts!!
    If I offend anyone, FUCK “EM IF THEY CAN’T TAKE IT!!! They can sue me, and if they get anything, I’ll fuckin’ split it with ’em!!

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    AyUaxe says:

    Everything is an insult to someone and everyone’s people got raped and pillaged at some time, past, present or future. Deal with it–I have. Have a little pride in your heritage, in challenges your people have overcome. Build yourself and your demographic up or tear down based on achievements–that’s all that counts.

    But whoa Nelly, there’s a very surprising amount of misinformation in this thread. Gonzman has a good handle on it. Creole does not equal Cajun. Justin Wilson and Paul Prudhomme are or played cajuns on TV (I’m pretty sure Wilson was not a real Cajun). Creoles are mixed race peoples that, in general, came to the CONUS, not as slaves, but as merchants and crafts-people following Spanish colonization of the West Indies (where their forebearers were probably slaves). It is also a term that was used historically to distinguish persons of European ancestry (French, Spanish, and Portuguese, maybe a smattering of Dutch) who were born in the new world, as opposed to persons who merely immigrated here. The Gullah people of South Carolina could probably be called creole, too. Color doesn’t really have a whole lot to do with it, until the post-Civil War period of Redestruction, when carpet-baggers came south with no idea of who was who or what was what.

    Creole in N’awlins came to refer to folks with some significant African American background who were lighter in skin color than a typical paper grocery bag (like Xerox, means copy, in N’awlins, it’s a Schwegmann’s bag, even though Schwegmann’s groceries have been gone for proly a decade). The distinction was more a social and heirarchical distinction among “blacks” than in society at large. Many of these creoles could “pass” so they were largely accepted by whites. Only since the 60s and in the wake of the institutionalized racism of affirmative action have creoles become particularly proud of their African American heritage, which has allowed folks like the Morials to vault from their favored positions as folks who could “pass” to also being “black” and entitled to minority set asides and all the rest of affirmative action’s benefits. Obaminable is another sterling example of this ultimate racism that wrongs “real” blacks and whites and proves the real bankruptcy of the whole enterprise.

    Creole food is characterized by reliance on the Holy Trinity (celery, bell peppers, and onions) as the basic elements of seasoning and liberal use of tomatoes to “recreate” French and Spanish dishes, like boullibase (gumbo) and paella (jambalaya) with new world ingredients. Cajun food is more rustic and centers on roasted meats, sausages, and native starches, including native American contributions, like corn and sweet potatoes. Creole food, though well seasoned, is not supposed to produce a mouth burn. Cajun usually does, by using substantial cayenne, tobasco, or other hot peppers, also probably incorporated as the Acadians mingled with and learned from native American neighbors. Both groups have done wonderful things they and their communities can be very proud of. Claire Chennault, leader of the Flying Tiger squadron, being one “Cajun” who might classically also be referred to as a French Creole of great note. The distinctions become less known and less significant, for better or worse, as years go by.

    In truth, though Obaminable doesn’t qualify under any definition–he’s just scum from the human gene pool.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 says:

    “Sigh”…gone the way of Bosco and Amos n’ Andy……….then they went and bumped off the Frito Bandito…..assholes!

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    Cricket says:

    I sit corrected about the food. My neighbor made it all and called it ‘Cajun.’ It was fantastic.

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    Cricket says:

    Sambo was actually a pretty clever (and hungry) little boy!

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    AyUaxe says:

    In regards to Cricket’s comment @29 :

    I remember Sambo’s restaurants having the “Little Black Sambo” theme in decor and on the menu. Guess they just took advantage of the ready-made, public domain marketing. Try to find that book in any school library now. Never mind that it portrays “Little Black Sambo” as a nimble and clever kid.

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    LC HJ Caveman82952 says:

    Personally it might be cheaper to simply have them shot…….

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    Cricket says:

    The key phrase here, people is ‘People need to exercise their intellect’ and then he proceeds to tell them what to think, and why they need to think that way. Typical academic doublespeak. You must be taught to think their way, otherwise you are not intelligent. Argues for the herd mentality so that the group doesn’t question the wisdom. Maybe that university will fire that professor like UC Boulder fired Churchill.

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    Cricket says:

    Please excuse the grammar and spelling.

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    LC Alric says:

    What a joke… Creoles are those of European descent who were born in the Americas. The term is still used in Latin America to denote those of full European ancestry. And I thought Cajuns were originally from Quebec?

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    LC Ogrrre says:

    In regards to LC Gonzman’s comment @ 22:

    BBQ, Yankee

    Is it legal to barbeque them? I’d imagine them to be a bit stringy. :em93:

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    VonZorch Imperial Researcher says:

    LC HJ Caveman82952 sez:

    Personally it might be cheaper to simply have them shot…….

    Certainly more satisfying, especially if it’s out of a cannon.

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    LC BU1 IMotBP says:

    VonZorch Imperial Researcher @ 39 sez:

    LC HJ Caveman82952 sez:

    Personally it might be cheaper to simply have them shot…….

    Certainly more satisfying, especially if it’s out of a cannon.

    Or… do it the pirate way. Tie them to the front of the cannon and make pink mist.

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    LC Subotai Bahadur says:

    #37 LC Ogrrre says:

    Is it legal to barbeque them? I’d imagine them to be a bit stringy.

    While I will defer to Darth Bacon, if he should decide to weigh in; I would offer that they should be brined overnight to remove the innate bitterness and add juices to the meat, then slowly braised with a stout or dark ale added to the braising liquid to create a depth of flavor, especially if they are the Chiroptera Lunarii variant of Yankee, and definitely if they are from either New Jersey or Massachussetts. If they are RINOS from Maine, nothing can make them palatable [at best they are akin to polecat in a Durian fruit sauce]; and they should be disposed of in accordance with EPA guidelines for toxic waste.

    Re: #’s 32, 39, 40:

    Shooting is cheaper and quicker, but less impressive. Y’all have to realize that Moonbats are not known for reality testing or situational awareness. Being lined up and ordered around by dominant people actually is a wet dream for many of them. Use of muzzle-loading artillery is impressive enough, especially since you would want to have them watch while they wait their turn, so that they may suddenly realize that it is not the line for Obama-bucks.

    To limit the discrepancy in processing time between cannons and simple shooting, you need to augment the gun crew. A single piece is ideally served, according to the manuals, by a trained crew of 8 and can maintain a steady rate of fire of 3-4 rounds a minute. Given that there will be no variation in loads between rounds, and no cutting of fuses, but you would have to replace the Moonbat between rounds lets say 3 rpm IF 4 extra crew are detailed for securing and clearing away the debris.

    I will leave you with the happy concept of a gun line consisting of a number of batteries. If there are sufficient pieces available, I have trained gun crews before. *evil grin*

    LC Subotai Bahadur

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    LC hilljohnny says:

    LC BU1 IMotBP sez:

    Tie them to the front of the cannon and make pink mist.

    1/4 cup lemon juice
    1/4 cup sugar
    1/2 cup ice water
    1/2 cup rose wine
    12 ice cubes
    whip in blender until slushy
    Pink Mist
    :em93:

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    Sir Guido Cabrone. LC, M.o.P. says:

    Imp. Librarian Azygos sez:

    maybe an axe in the back of this guys head would wake him up to this stoopidity.

    I have always held that an axe was the ideal method of opening a Moonbat’s mind to new ideas…

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    LC BU1 IMotBP says:

    LC hilljohnny sez:

    1/4 cup lemon juice
    1/4 cup sugar
    1/2 cup ice water
    1/2 cup rose wine
    12 ice cubes
    whip in blender until slushy
    Pink Mist

    Meheh… add some rum somewhere in that recipe and me thinks that would make a fine accompaniment to watching moonbats being made to ride the cannon.

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    LC PrimEviL says:

    “People need to exercise their intellect. This so-called blending was actually the institutionalised rape of black women. They were victims of brutal regimes of rape and victimisation.”

    I wonder what this guy would have to say about Black slave owners. Like William Ellison

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    LC PrimEviL says:

    Thanks and a hat-tip to the Dissident Frogman
    for the above links.

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    cbullitt says:

    Creole refers to language, culture, food etc. resulting from the melting pot of Spanish, African, French and English populations.
    It has nothing to do with “breeding” terms like Mulatto–and it certainly has nothing to do with Abor-fucking-riginis in fucking Queensland.
    As you say, wastes of skin.

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