How Libtards would assume Whitey would perceive this story:
Black gurruh say her whip caught on fiyah ‘n’ shit, and black gurruh be trapped all up inside that bitch. It be on de innuhskate, all dem other peepuh just whizzin’ on by, don’ pay no tenshun, don’t stop to hep. But den some ol’ crackuh pull ovah behind huh, right? Black gurruh, she get all skayud; Whitey might be gon’ kill her ‘n’ shit, she be thankin’ nomesayn? But no, ain’ go down like dat. Skraight up, crackuh dude slam dat carruh winna with a big ol metal thang, some kind can or some shit. He buss de glass, and drag huh great big ayyyuh through dat winnah like a fuckin’ ghose! Dass some crazy-ass shit, right? But it for real, too. Dass wassup!
How Whitey actually DOES perceive it.
WARNER ROBINS, Ga. —
See? See?!? The story takes place in Georgia, horror of horrors, so right off the bat you just know there’s some racism going down.
A Cordele woman got stuck in her burning car on the interstate. As car after car passed by, one man saw something wrong and stopped to help.
“I actually wish we had more Erics because he didn’t have to do what he did. That’s why I said everybody passed,” Monica Westbrook said.
On her way to work last week, Westbrook realized her car had mechanical problems. It shut down completely on I-75 North and she barely managed to coast to the exit ramp. Then, she noticed her car started smoking, and she could not get out.
“The smoke started getting heavier and heavier, and that’s when I said, ‘Oh, my God, this car is going to catch on fire.’ Then, I attempted to get out of the vehicle and that’s when I realized I couldn’t,” Westbrook said.
Locked in, she started kicking on the back glass, attempting to get out through the trunk, but nothing worked.
“I was in panic mode — my car was full of smoke and I just couldn’t think. Cars were coming down the ramp and they were just going by. I just knew I was gone,” Westbrook said.
That’s when Eric Zastawrny spotted her car. He’s a safety manager so he had a fire extinguisher with him in his company car.
“He hit the window — he had a fire extinguisher. He was actually coming to put the car out, not realizing that I was inside the car. He actually broke the window with the fire extinguisher and pulled me out through the window,” Westbrook said.
“Pulled her out and at that time the car was beck into flames and we got away from the car,” Zastawrny said.
Westbrook says Zastawrny comforted her when she needed it most.
“When he pulled me out of the car, I just held onto him, and he just held on tighter,” Westbrook said.
Eric says it just felt natural.
Eric, incredibly enough, is a middle-aged white man. Cordele is a Negro woman. Somehow, bizarre though it may seem, neither of them were at all fussed over skin color. These are just ordinary folks, that’s all—regular American workaday stiffs brought together by unusual circumstances. Finding themselves in genuine peril, they responded by teaming up to do what needed doing, no politics, no racism, no hostility or anger involved. According to shitlibs, such a thing is an utter impossibility in our systemically-racist, genocidal country. In the slave-holder South? Forget about it.
Shitlibs are, of course and as usual, completely full of shit. Ignore them, that’s my advice.