Feliz Dia De La Raza

Dia De La Raza Feliz Dia De La Raza

Today, October 12, large swaths of Spanish-speaking people will celebrate their own version of Columbus Day, Dia De La Raza (Day Of The Race). It’s celebrated on October 12 because on that day in 1492 Christopher Columbus landed in the New World but it is not a celebration of Columbus’ “discovery.” It’s a celebration of Spain and Portugal’s colonization of Central and South America and the creation of the Hispanic “race.”

Yes, you read that right. The Latinos annually celebrate, not just the “discovery” of the New World by Columbus, but its colonization; the destruction of its indigenous civilizations, religions, cultures, and languages; and the genetic genocide of its indigenous peoples through rape and intermarriage.

And nary do we hear a peep of umbrage from the Liberals and Progressives. No, these are “Non-Hispanic Whites” at worst we’re talking about. “Brown people.” People possessed of protected traits that grant them the privilege of never being attacked by our ever-oikophobic Liberals and Progressives. The Latinos “Aren’t White Enough” to generate outrage in the Left.

Related Reading:

The Penguin History of Latin America
Genocide: A Comprehensive Introduction
By Clane Hayward - The Hypocrisy of Disco: A Memoir (2007-10-19) [Hardcover]
Twenty-Five Easy and Progressive Studies for the Piano, Op. 100: Piano Solo
Americas: The Changing Face of Latin America and the Caribbean, 3rd Edition

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Better Than Fireworks

Better Than Fireworks

What’s better than fireworks on the 4th of July? Delightfully patriotic, beautiful babes wearing or almost wearing our national colors. I can think of no better celebration of America than this.

And yes, the simple fact that certain sorts will decry this as: nationalistic (As if that was evil), jingoistic, fascist, racist, sexist, homophobic, and xenophobic just makes this all the more wonderfully enjoyable. That those sort will gnash their teeth in outrage while Americans celebrate our nation and joys of our culture and way of life just adds to holiday.

Related Reading:

F Is for Flag (Reading Railroad)
Harley-Davidson Mens Eagle Banner U.S. Flag T-Shirt
Perennial Seller: The Art of Making and Marketing Work that Lasts
Holiday Slow Cooker: 100 Incredible and Festive Recipes for Every Celebration
Patriotism: Quotations from Around the World (Dover Thrift Editions)

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Denouncing Normalcy

Hating Mother's Day Is Denouncing NormalcyHating Mother’s Day Is Denouncing Normalcy

Sunday was 2017’s Mother’s Day and it passed with somewhat more issues and complaints than in previous years. Apparently, to certain sorts Mother’s Day is offensive.

Some of some sort’s complaints about celebrating Mother’s Day:

  • It’s inherently “gendered”
  • It’s glorifies motherhood and elevates mothers
  • It’s homophobic
  • It’s misogynous

The one thing that all of these complaints have in common is that they are all based upon denouncing normalcy as wrong, bigoted, and evil because, and solely because, the abnormal aren’t part of it. That’s the our domestic enemies think and/or emote; to them, anything that isn’t explicitly inclusive of abnormal, non-normative, or minority groups, individuals, and/or behaviors is bigoted, hateful, and wrong.

Related Reading:

Feminism: The Essential Historical Writings
America: The Cookbook
Holiday Spice (The Shaughnessy Brothers)
Into the Twenties - The United States From Armistice to Normalcy
Queer Families, Common Agendas: Gay People, Lesbians, and Family Values (Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services Series, Vol. 10, No. 1)

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