Description: Paul Kersey • October 21, 2020 • 1,200 Words • Leave a Comment Listen ॥ RSS. Previously on SBPDL: The United States Air Force “Worries About the Lack of Diversity” Among Pilots (93% White) Being ‘Very White and Very Male ...
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Description: sbpdl's paul kersey doxxed by katie mchugh February 07, 2020 The latest Alt-Righter to be doxxed is Paul Kersey, who runs the site “Stuff Black People Don’t Like,” which promotes the meme of a "Black-run America" where Black-on-White crime is tolerated.
Description: Paul Kersey on the the Trump and Lewis spat. January 11, 2017. ... Police and Metal Detectors SBPDL. 36 Comments. Chicago takes school security to a level well beyond what the NRA proposes. December 21, 2012. Black Mecca Down SBPDL. 91 Comments. The story of Atlanta's downfall. December 17, 2012. The “Great Tree” of Atlanta . . .
Description: A new report has revealed that a prominent white nationalist author, activist and podcaster known as “Paul Kersey” has in fact worked for more than a decade at mainstream conservative ...
Description: Paul Kersey and friends over at "SBPDL" are intent on making the case that in as much as "Anything Black people touch turns into Detroit" - they attribute it to some intrinsic quality that Black people possess (ie: genetic disposition).
Description: Over at the noxious website Stuff Black People Don’t Like (SBPDL), pseudonymous blogger Paul Kersey reacted to the opening of the National African-American History Museum as about well as you’d imagine. Continue reading “Paul Kersey: ...
Description: Paul Kersey of SBPDL gives an emphatic “yes” to all three in Black Mecca Down — a shocking, controversial, and uproarious account of the fall of Atlanta. Once dubbed “The City Too Busy to Hate,” Atlanta was supposed to be the model city for the New South, a thriving metropolis that would show how the old Confederacy had moved beyond ...
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