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. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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Teaching Race Matters

White bitch screaming, That's Racist!Most people in America can agree that educating our children is important. The issue in contention is what America’s school system has devolved and degenerated into since it was suborned by the perniciously anti-American and anti-White Liberals and Progressives. Our people’s domestic enemies’ preferred curricula, which has nothing at all to do with proper the learning of skills and citizenship, is grossly offensive to the majority of Americans.

Anti-White, Libtard Everett Middle School Principal Lena Van HarenSan Francisco’s Everett Middle School Principal Lena Van Haren is a perfect example of this. When the student body “failed” to elect a proper mix of races to top positions in the student government, Haren decided to withhold the election results in the name of diversity. Haren, another oikophobic, White Liberal, believes in teaching that race matters more than anything else, to the point of overriding the choices the students freely made.

Under pressure from parents and the district administration, Haren finally announced the election results Monday afternoon, going class to class with the information. Yet she swears she did the right thing as was trying to guarantee representation for underrepresented students.

โ€œThis is middle school. Itโ€™s not a presidential election,โ€ she said. โ€œIt was not about hurting democracy or putting diversity over democracy.โ€

She said she wanted to wait until there was a plan โ€” created with student input โ€” to increase diversity among student leaders, perhaps by adding positions.

Of course, Haren’s opinion of the matter runs afoul of the facts at hand and demographics at Everett Middle School, a school in which Whites and Asians are the underrepresented minorities.

Source: Todd Trumbull / The Chronicle
Everett Middle School’s Student Race Demographics

It’s true, White, Asian and mixed-race students, who are each in the minority at the school, took the top four spots in the students – but only because the bulk of the primarily Hispanic student body voted for them over other candidates, assuming of course that there were candidates of other races.

Apparently Haren considers the Hispanic and Black students who voted for candidates of the “wrong” races to be Malinchistas and Uncle Toms and in desperate need of racial solidarity reeducation.

I think it’s safe to say that the American people have little to no use for a school system that will allow Haren’s sort to be employed within it, much less rise to a level of dangerous authority.

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School Has Started

School Has Started

As the 2016 school year has started, I figure that now is perfect time to showcase and celebrate schoolgirls…or, more accurately and somewhat less creepily, the fetish play that is women in or partially in school uniforms.

Oh sure, it’s a bit of ephebophilia, but as long as it’s just a roleplay thing and not the active pursuit of actual schoolgirls, I’ll be one of the last ones to name it wrong…unless someone’s taken it to the point of fetishism and requires it for sexual stimulation. In that case, like all fetishes, they need to seek psychiatric help.

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Dangerous Questions

The interaction between adults, especially adults in titular positions of authority, and children is always interesting and often amusing.

President Obama went to a primary school to talk to the kids. After his talk he offered question time. One little boy put up his hand, and Obama asks him his name. The little boy responded that his name is Walter.

“And what is your question, Walter?” Asked Obama.

“I have four questions” Said Walter.

“First, why do you think you can negotiate a treaty with Iran without Congress?”

“Second, why did you grant amnesty to millions when you said earlier you didn’t have the authority to do so?”

“Third, why did you say that Bowe Bergdahl served with “honor and distinction” yet now he’s being charged with desertion?”

“Fourth, why was Hillary Clinton allowed to run a private email server when that clearly broke the law?”

Just then, the bell rang for recess and Obama informed the kiddies that they would continue after recess.

When they resumed, Obama said, “OK, where were we? Oh, thats right: question time. Who has a question?”

Another little boy put up his hand.

Obama pointed him out and asked him his name.

“Steve,” he responded.

“And what is your question, Steve?” Asked Obama.

Looking slightly worried, little Steve responded, “Actually, I have two questions: First, why did the recess bell ring 20 minutes early? Second, what happened to Walter?”

And so the class learned an important life lesson.

Never Question ObamaNever Question The Supreme Leader

There is always a certain amount of risk in questioning authority but there is often great peril in questioning those who are unworthy of authority or who have gained or maintained it through less savory means.

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ACLU’s Queer Behavior

Recently, Bangor Area High School held a week-long Gay-Straight Alliance event in which the school’s Gay-Straight Alliance encouraged students to wear different colored shirts each day to raise awareness of queer issues such as bullying and suicide. During the high school’s televised announcements on the last morning of the event, two students on the broadcast wore Chick-fil-A T-shirts. This resulted in a shit of social media attacks against the two students and eventually led to about 15 students who engaged in the cyberbullying to being suspended the following week.

Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU)Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU) Is On The Scene

The result of that is that the ACLU of Pennsylvania is investigating the matter in order to determine if the school can charged with civil rights violations for suspending the students who attacked the two students who dissented against the LGBT event. Mary Catherine Roper, deputy legal director of the organization, described the suspensions as, “pretty harsh punishment.”

Somehow I just don’t think that any sane American could bring themselves to believe that, if the situation were reversed and it was two students wearing rainbow t-shirts who were attacked and bullied, the ACLU would investigate the school for suspending the perpetrators. No, the Anti-Christian Litigation Union (ACLU) doesn’t roll that away…ever.

Of course, the only reason the ACLU isn’t formally described as a hate group is that organization that makes its money by denoting organizations as such, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), is itself a hate group.

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