Thoughts on MLK Day, African-American history “month”, and “President’s Day”, and how our youth are affected by it.
Everyone is “offended” these days. The ones who get the attention are always minorities. Being offended is a part of life for EVERYONE. I don’t consider myself thin skinned, for I’ve been through a lot in this lifetime thus far and am offended on a daily basis at least a few times! However, it is overdue for our voices to be heard!!!!!
Today’s topic refers to the title of the article. These “Holidays”/observances are obnoxious, repetitive, and are overbearing to Whites. On a much more insidious level, White children are indoctrinated by this incessant, oppressive praise/victimhood sympathy of the black American…
With MLK day here, it is officially the beginning of “African-American history “month” in my book since the government and media are so in love with it and as is occurs with the 1st “lady” having a birthday just before. “President’s” Day is mid-February as we have our first negroid "President" (that's entirely another subject for another time); which catapults us into a month and a half long “celebration”.
Last week, I once again proudly shunned the MLK program where I work. There were temporary murals of MLK displayed throughout the building just after the new year (last year they didn’t remove them until March!), three e-mails were sent, and it was announced over the loudspeaker. MLK was a womanizer, a communist party sympathizer for starters, but it neither has nor ever will be addressed, just as never was /will be about nelson mandela singing about killing WHITE people. They are to be portrayed as saints without question.
Well, we know damn well there will likely never be a WHITE history month. Unless, perhaps once we’re the minority and only to demonize us.
What to do about all this? The main point is to Deprogram the youth in your family. Don’t limit to your children if you have any. Look at your nieces, nephews, siblings, cousins, grandchildren, as applicable, no matter what age. For their parents may not be racially aware and you may be the only one to teach them the truth & make it a point to include what OUR people have contributed to the world (inventions are a great source of pride). We MUST fight against this.
And lastly, if you work where this is a paid “Holiday” (paid day off), enjoy it as simply a paid day off! I for one will!