RACISM: Buy or Sell?
UNITED STATES—Good news for racist stockholders everywhere: Public and private racism stock is soaring to incredible heights. With the recent exonerations of Darren Wilson and Daniel Palanteo, it seems it is once again in vogue and totally fine to be racist in the United States of America.
And while that’s ethically acceptable, Borfes must ask the tougher question: Does it make good business sense to be a racist? BUY—or sell? Many believe that the so-called “Millennial” generation will bring an end to the fantastic profits enjoyed by American racists for centuries, but recent posts on social media allude to the contrary:
Niggers think they should be on a pedistool cuz of slavery. Haha naw. Go back to the feilds bitches. This country was founded by whites.
— Ohio Country Boy™ (@_CountryBoyOhio) November 26, 2014
If you fuckin sit around all day and do nothing shame on you. This is why Obama is president.
— Miss Ohio (@LittleMissOhio7) November 26, 2014
Liberal logic: Whites are evil because a small number held slaves 150 years ago. Muslims are good despite daily terror attacks. #AskACop
— AdolfJoeBiden™ (@Bidenshairplugs) December 17, 2014
@21LNJ black teenage mobs in Chicago attacking whites. That's why. They need to be all shot.
— Life Parlay (@LifeParlay) December 17, 2014
Borfes Editor-in-Chief Barton Everett, economist, weighs in:
They say it’s easy to look like a genius in a bull market. But what if that bull is a racist? When the market is as high as it is, it can be easy to throw your money, your tweets, and your favor behind antiquated notions. But when the market is low, you won’t want to be trading for pennies and dimes to neo-nazis and baby boomers. BORFES OFFICIAL CONSENSUS: Sell.
So there you have it, loyal Borfes readers. In this year 2014, where does your opinion lie?
Buying racism won’t buy you slaves