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Friday, May 28, 2010

BLACK BABIES INFLITRATE WHITE FAMILIES!


A Secret 1970's Program Has Finally Come To Fruition As Black Babies are Adopted by Powerful White Celebrities.

The revolution will not be televised but it is wearing Huggies. In a stunning leak, news has surfaced that a conspiracy to infiltrate the white power structure has been in effect for over thirty years.

The plan called "Operation Brown Bundle" hatched by a secret syndicate in 1975 planned to get wealthy white people to adopt black babies and over time, those babies would assume power for the black movement.

It started with the TV show Different Strokes when Gary Coleman became a national white fantasy: the sassy black kid. This show it turns out was cleverly planned by a group of subversives to make whites think how great and entertaining it would be to have a black kid.

At the same time, high-profile white men were "motivated" to date or marry black women to diffuse the fear of black female sexuality and suggest that having black children was cool and a product of love and great sex. Mick Jagger, David Bowie, George Lucas and the king, Robert DeNiro all fell into line and showed the way.

Black people were silent as the new trend was called a fad and black babies were called "accessories" by the media. "Now we know why they didn't complain," said Ted Mays, a white construction worker, "they were planning an infant takeover."

Celebrities with the black children have all said the conspiracy is ridiculous. They state that they fell in love with babies that just happened to be black.

When President Obama was approached about the controversy, he would only reply "What you talkin' 'bout Willis?"

Black babies have been adopted by Steven Spielberg, Madonna, Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie. Sandra Bullock, Tom Cruise, Nicole Kidman, Mary Louise Parker, Hugh Jackman Michelle Pfeiffer, David Kelley, and Kate Capshaw. Seems like the only celebrities not adopting black babies, are black celebrities.

African Americans have been having a hard time since the 1980's, watching their culture decline, education suffer and families erode. But blacks have not been sitting around waiting for the end, they have been planning a baby coup d'├ętat and it is finally here.