Wednesday, January 16, 2008

Black Culture Or Indecent Exposure... Cries Of "Racism" Regarding Proposed Law Banning Sagging Pants

Atlanta, GA
Metro area negroes crowded into a recent Atlanta City Council meeting to voice belligerent opinions and contempt for a proposed amendment that would make "sagging pants" a crime.

Some asserted that the amendment is "racist" apparently based on the fact that sagging pants are a part of "black culture", because White people don't wear their pants that way. LOL.

Some call it a fashion trend and a cultural expression, others say it's simply indecent exposure.
The Atlanta City Council heard more public comments Wednesday night over a controversial amendment to ban baggy pants in Atlanta.

For Chris Franklin, it’s a cultural image, a strong statement, an undeniable part of his identity.

“Cause I’ve been doing it for so long, like for so long. I ain't going to stop sagging my pants cause they made a law. I'm still going to sag my pants, you know,” said Franklin. “It's just natural. The black culture do it - everybody you see. Most everybody from the black culture you're going to see them sag their pants.”

But it's a reflection of hip-hop and what Franklin and his friends call "the black culture," which could make them criminals under a proposed amendment of Atlanta's indecency laws.

One city council member says what's on display is not a matter of culture or self-expression, but one of indecent exposure and destructive self image.

“It is ridiculous, so disrespectful, so unnecessary because many of these same people don't have enough money to go to college. You know we say 'heads up, pants up, grades up,'” said Atlanta City Councilman for District 10 C.T. Martin, who sponsored the amendment. “Why are you doing that, when the majority of people in the world are not walking around with their underwear showing?”

Councilman Martin says the proposed penalty for not covering up was recently downgraded from paying a fine to doing community service. But the ACLU calls it a discriminatory "dress code," one that critics and Chris say targets the black youth culture.

“It might be a racist thing because I don't see no white people sagging their pants, because they have their pants up, right here, to above their stomach. They might have it way up here you know,” said Franklin, motioning to his stomach. “But black culture they ain't going to have their pants way up here that ain't something you can make a black person do, pull up their pants. They ain't going to listen to ya'll. They're not going to listen.”

And it's an image, a statement, and an identity, Franklin says he's going to keep wearing.

The City Council's Public Safety committee has not determined how much community service violators would have to serve. Councilman Martin expects the City Council to vote on the proposal at the end of February.

Original story here.


Truthful said...

These hybrid apes are animals. Just like in Africa where they wandered naked until discovered by humans, they want to wander naked here.

What next?? Will we be forced to view their penis'?

These Hybrids are disgusting creatures. Whoever thought they might be human obviously was very confused.

lucky said...

truthful speaks the truth. i hate seeing niggers walking around with their butts hanging out, i so just want to grab their jeans and yank them upwards

but then id get shot because im a pretty young white girl

if i walked around showing my panties i would be arrested just like any other proud whitey

Anonymous said...

There's only on fix for this, yet I just can't bring myself to do it. We middle aged white folks have got to put on our threadbare tighty whities, yank 'em up to our waists, then belt our pants down below our buttocks.

Can you imagine the psychological trauma young black boys will experience when their oldest, paunchiest teachers start sporting "their look"? Personally, I would relish the moment when I turned to the blackboard, raised my arms and started to write my name in the upper left hand corner of the blackboard. The silence would be deafening. I wonder, should I wear the grannie panties with the little pink rosebuds, or stick with plain white.

What do you think?