Outrageous Costumes

Well, America is coming up on Halloween again. Hence, it’s the season where we’re inundated by ranting and whining complaints from snowflakes, SJWs, minority grifters, and the White, Liberal enablers of the former three about outrageous and/or inappropriate Halloween costumes.

Outrageous Costumes

Yep! Every one of the twelve costumes depicted above would be declared offensive and inappropriate by America’s domestic enemies. They’d each be considered: Cultural Appropriation, Offensive Cultural Reduction, Anti-Women, and or too likely to offend some portion of the residents inside America’s borders.

Personally, I say where whatever you want to wear. Enjoy what you can of what others are wearing. And, if push comes to shove, teach the snowflakes and their fellow travelers the old, real meaning of Halloween if they dare to complain. 😉

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Cosplay In America, Volume 2
Removing the Stain of Racism from the Southern Baptist Convention: Diverse African American and White Perspectives
Progressive: Rhythm Guitar (Book/CD/DVD)
Political Correctness (Current Controversies)
The Genesis of Political Correctness: The Basis of a False Morality

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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.

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An American Genocide: The United States and the California Indian Catastrophe, 1846-1873 (The Lamar Series in Western History)
Fast Food Genocide: How Processed Food is Killing Us and What We Can Do About It
El color de los secretos (Spanish Edition)
Melodious and Progressive Studies, Book 1, for Clarinet (B448)

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Checking For Racism

Checking For RacismChecking For Racism

As a White, an American Whites especially, it is critically necessary to constantly check for racism in one’s thoughts, words, actions, and inactions. Not that is means checking yourself to see if you’re being a racist but checking to see how you’re being a racist. After all, as we’re nigh on constantly told either in dog-whistles or overtly, all Whites in America are racist even if – possibly especially if – they don’t think that they are.

That’s all “White Privilege,” “Systemic Racism,” “Implied Racism,” “Social Justice,” and being “Woke” mean – that all Whites are racist because they’re White and American. All these terms also mean that only Whites can be racist … again, because they’re White and American.

So, every White American – and also every Black considered by the “Black Community” to be “Not Black Enough,” e.g., Stacy Dash and Dr. Ben Carson, need to constantly check themselves lest they suffer the attacks of the SJWs and Blactivists.

Related Reading:

The Sarcasm Handbook
The Social Justice Warrior Handbook: A Practical Survival Guide for Snowflakes, Millennials, and Generation Z
Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation
Burro Genius: A Memoir
Post-Racial or Most-Racial?: Race and Politics in the Obama Era (Chicago Studies in American Politics)

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