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Old English Right, Sarah White
 

 

Old English Right, Sarah White, saw one Racial cake, took two White bites. Blue eyes, blonde hair is Aryan, pure White. Dark eyes, dark hair shows Racial dirt right? Started a charity, to give the Blackies a bite.  Black stupid by nature a colonial plight. Syphoned off money, in the dead of the night. Don’t be greedy, that’s  Racist, alright! But English right, Sarah White, put up a fight, with all her pride and all her might. Race Equality Secret Service, the Racists we smite. Our operation so tight, sincere and polite, pushed Race Equality, by day and by night. With the Black National Party, no end was in sight, till Racist White, Sarah White lost her height in the fight. So Black might, Almighty alright, humbled by light, English right, Sarah White. Race Equality, in plain sight, caught English White Sarah White. So now you know, you read this right? You see a Racial cake, you take just one bite, remembering what happened to old Sarah White when Racial Equality served her just right.
 
 
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DON’T BE GREEDY
YOU WHITE PEOPLE
 
 
Take only one slice of this cake.Take the slice of this cake that is reserved for you.
 
 
 
 
Posted Image Safe and Secure Racial banking where ever you see this sign.

Sorry.

You White people are allowed only one slice of this cake, humble yourselves and don’t be greedy.

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To have one’s cake and eat it too is a popular English idiomatic proverb or figure of speech, sometimes stated as eat one’s cake and have it too or simply have one’s cake and eat it. This is most often used negatively, to connote the idea of consuming a thing whilst managing to preserve it. This may also indicate having or wanting more than one can handle or deserve, or trying to have two incompatible things. The proverb’s meaning is similar to the phrases, “you can’t have it both ways” and “you can’t have the best of both worlds.” Conversely, in the positive sense, it would refer to “having it both ways” or “having the best of both worlds.”
This concept, known as opportunity cost, is one of the most important economic concepts.
 

Do you White people get the message?

 

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