Unprotected Cultures

Not all cultures were created equal and, most certainly, not all cultures grew to equality of merit after their birth. Sadly, it also true that not all cultures are provided with equal protections.

We're a Culture Not a Costume - the complaint you'll never hear
This Is Not Who I Am And It’s Not OK

This past Halloween, like all Halloweens in recent memory, we were assaulted by Liberal, Progressive, and minority complaints about any and all costumes based upon their ancestral cultures or which lampooned their more modern cultural proclivities. It’s a yearly tirade from the Left that we’re forced to endure.

Of course, you’ll never see or hear a complaint about costumes based upon any White culture. Members or descendents of such European groups are not granted equal protection because…racism! Indeed, one of the first things that will run through the minds of any Liberal or Minority grievance-monger that reads this is that it wrong, wrong, wrong, to equate the same action committed for the same motive when the victim is White as opposed to otherwise.

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3 Responses to “Unprotected Cultures”

  1. Alan Scott Says:

    Interesting topic. It reminds me of Liberal Alec Baldwin’s Capital One Venture Card commercials. Many of the characters were of Viking or Northern European medieval origins. They were definitely made fun of. Now as someone with Northern European ancestors I was not personally offended. I do not walk around with a racial chip on my shoulder.

    However, I am quite sure if the exact same characterizations were done with other ethnic groups, there would be charges of racism and lawsuits.

  2. Buffet Says:

    Sadest (and gayest) looking viking I’ve ever seen!

  3. jonolan Says:


    Yes. White people don’t walk around with a racial chip on their shoulder. It’s not in our cultural makeup to do so, not being attached to being victims. That, in it’s turn, is probably why “White Supremacy” is a socioeconomic fact born of merit.


    Yep. But, as a parody, that’s to be expected.

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