My MLK Day Dream

My MLK Day Dream

It’s once again MLK Day, and I too have a dream. I dream of a day when my fellow White men go forth and orthocegenate with Black women. I dream of a day when we grow a better future without the shadows of racial barriers.

And There’s A Whole Rainbow Reasons To Enjoy This

Black women’s beauty is separate from but at least equal to White women’s beauty. Hence, there’s no insurmountable barrier before White men. The rest of us should do as I have done and help to birth a better, brighter future for our nation and People.

Our Daughters Would Not The Best Of Both Worlds
They’d Be The New World

Yes, I dream of a world where our daughters are judged by the color of their skin and judged favorably for it as the scions of peace, unity, and greater prosperity. And too, I dream of a world where they are judged by the content of their character, which has been nurtured as part of the American Community instead of steeped in bitterness and exilic doctrine.

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Think Of The Children

Race Mixing – Think Of The Children

One of the most common and, in my opinion, most pernicious arguments wielded against orthocegenation is “Think of the children.” Some sorts are really, really concerned that children of more than one race don’t fit into the easy “race identities” and have decided that this is wrong and harmful.

But then, that is their problem. Indeed, they are the problem. They’re devotees of Identity Politics and can’t handle mixed-race people since they don’t fit in the neatly segregated racial buckets that make such political schemes possible.

So yeah, I think of the children… and I smile, knowing that they’ve got a better chance of beauty, just by the nature of being of mixed racial characteristics, and beauty is a measurable advantage, especially when combined with a proper upbringing and those advantages. 😉

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Inappropriate “Appropriations”

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Inappropriate “Appropriations” aka Oops!
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Upon seeing this beautiful, young woman, there’s an all-too-common sort of race-baiting, White-hating SJW which will instantly start ranting about “Cultural Appropriation” and “White Supremacy.” After all, she is wearing a Maang Tikka.

Well, Oops! The young lady in question is half French and half INDIAN! I guess they shouldn’t be so quick to judge women by the color of their skin. 😉

I will say, however, that she’s “overdressed” unless she’s having a beach wedding. As I’ve said before, Maang Tikka are part of Shaadi and are properly worn only at a woman’s wedding or at similarly important events.

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Probably Meaningful

Probably Meaningful, But I Don't Really Care
Probably Meaningful, But I Don’t Really Care

Felix Valiente’s photo-shoot for last October’s issue of Vogue Spain featuring the sensual and beautiful Cindy Bruna and Misha Japanwala’s “sculptural garments” was probably meaningful in that it was probably meant to convey some meaning and message, most likely one suitable to various SJWs and race-baiting sorts. I just don’t care, neither about the intended meaning nor the meaning that others will read into it.

Cindy Bruna is to me a very beautiful woman and Mr. Valiente’s portrayal of her more than showcases her charms. That’s what care about, not any deeper and/or possibly offensive meaning that might be there.

A Probably Meaningful Difference

And such lack of caring is possibly an exemplar of one the most glaring fundamental differences between the normative American majority and the various Liberal and Progressive SJWs. People like me, i.e., normal Americans in this context, can look at something like this and not be offended, outraged, or otherwise bothered by it. We can simply set that aside and enjoy what is good about it. Those Liberal and Progressive SJWs and all the Millennials who’ve bought into their dogma? They can’t do that.

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Barbados!

Bajan Grand Kadooment Day

Yes, with the wold and, more specifically America, in the state it’s in and the direction it seems to be shambling towards, there are times – times that occur with greater and greater frequency – when I just want to pack it in, at least for a while, and head off to my pleasant and beautiful climes.

Barbados, in point of fact, sounds like a great place to go. Not only are the environs and people beautiful, but the Bajans have shown that, if people put aside age-old hurts, grievances, and excuses, a culture can develop that embodies most or all of what has time and time proven to be what tangibly works with the passionate and colorful aspects of other cultures that bring enrichment and intangible benefits.

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