The perfect and perfectly just response Pepsi should have made to Coca-Cola’s “Be Less White” mandatory social justice/diversity training regimen.
A real issue with those Blacks who identify as “African-American” is the punctuation involved. The hyphen is wrong and should be used. The grammatical/logical symbol that should be separating “African” from “American” is ↮ the symbol for contradiction or an XOR value choice. This is especially true because the etymological root of “contradiction” is the Latin contradico, “speak against.”
The sad fact of it is that they’re either Black/African or they’re American. At best, and that best is vanishingly rare, it’s a sliding scale between being part of their people or part ours. They can’t be both because Blacks – those acknowledged by their own people as being Black Enough and not an American, e.g., those derided as being Oreos and/or Uncle Toms/ Aunt Jemimas – hate America and her people. And, you can’t be a true member of a people and/or nation while holding it to be utterly evil, loathsome, and the existential enemy of “your people.”
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Yeah, that’s the Gods’ honest truth. I never cared about that sort of thing. I wasn’t raised to do so. But I care now, and so do a great deal of other Americans. What’s happening right now shows that to be true.
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.
Is it time to condemn all hate groups? The short, obvious, objective answer is yes. Indeed, it has always been time to condemn any and all hate groups.
But, of course, the simple, the obvious, and especially the objective have little to no allowed place in modern discourse. 😡
Given that Americans and Democrats and their ilk don’t even begin to agree on the basic meanings of words, there’s no hope that we could agree on what constitutes a “Hate Group” They certainly don’t and never would accept the simple fact that #BlackLivesMatter and #Antifa are hate groups. Additionally, they pretty much lump “White Power” and “Nazis” together and apply the pejorative to each and every American – or “AmeriKKKan” as they often spell it – who doesn’t faithfully adhere to the tenets of the Left’s religion of Wokeness.
Finally, to make matters so much more “nuanced” and worse – and, even more uncomfortable for the self-aware – with the anti-White, racist violence of #BlackLivesMatter and #Antifa acting as a near-perfect stand-in for carpetbaggers, the KKK, and other White Power groups seem less evil and more than a bit more sympathetic.
In these degenerate times, it’s not simple or easy to condemn all hate groups.
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