For that small segment of people who are both fans of Michael Moorcock’s Elric Saga and the old(ish) BBC sitcom series, Black Adder, this is probably a ROFLMAO moment given that Robert Gould’s 1983 cover art for The Sailor on the Seas of Fate makes Elric look a lot like Rowan Atkinson.
In these degenerate it is rare for we, the American people to have a palpable and satisfying victory over our enemies, either foreign or domestic. Too often we fail to achieve victory because we are either tolerant to the point of dangerous complacency or too fearful of putting our lives and/or lifestyles on the line for our country and our culture.
Yet, despite this, we have achieved a palpable and satisfying victory. Al Jazeera America has failed and is closing it’s doors at the end of April because Americans denied them their existence by making it near impossible for them to find cable or satellite networks to carry the channel and then not watching them on those that chose to do so.
We left Al Jazeera Ameria struggling just to get 30,000 prime time viewers a day. When those numbers are compared to Fox News’ 1,866,000 daily prime time viewer or even MSNBC’s 585,000, it’s obvious that Americans beat the Muslim World’s attempt at a propaganda outlet in America to submission and eventual death.
So we, the People, without firing a shot or filing lawsuits in a committed war of lawfare, proved that not even Qatar’s oil money can defeat us. That’s a solid victory, savor it and rejoice in it.
Really! If what passes for American society in these latter, degenerate times has reached the point that we will ban the airing of The Dukes Of Hazzard because the General Lee was painted with the Confederate Flag, then we also have to also ban or strongly discourage Black women from wearing “Daisy Dukes” since the very name of these cutoff jean shorts is derived from the character Daisy Duke – a Southern White Woman – in that television show.
Really, what sort of self- and culture-respecting Black woman would ever glorify something as foully racist as Daisy Dukes, which are the societal epitome of rural, Southern, White women’s casual wear? Someone needs to tell these sistahs that they’re selling out to the worst sort of White Oppression by wearing Daisy Dukes.
And, even without the horror of Black women dressing in a manner that tacitly endorses such a horrifically racist thing as “Rednecks,” one also has to consider the long, sad, and weighty history of Black women being forced to dress and present themselves in a manner that was similar to- and consistent with normative – i.e., White – culture and fashion.
Hence, no matter how you look at it, we obvious need to cut off Black women wearing cutoffs.