What was unusual was a sign displayed in the parade announcing "White History Month."
Free speech allowed the sign to be included along with confederate flags, all attached to a tractor and wagon owned by a local farmer.
|No pun intended? Even so, advocates of Western culture|
must be careful to use tact in communicating our concerns.
The wagon was chuck full of watermelons.
"HA!" some say. It was an in-your-face, not-so-subtle dog whistle insult to blacks. Blacks, as we all know, are stereo typically fond of watermelons.
How dumb is that?
The message sent by the farmer, "White History is as valid as black history," was changed to, "We're stereo-typical crackers who like to jibe black folks for the fun of it."
The original message is both credible and much needed. The second message is crude and counter-productive.
• LIVING UP TO THE LIE
The liberal media has long made an effort to mischaracterize white people as mindless bigots who enjoy nothing more than an evening donning white sheets and hoods while encircling a tall, burning cross. That image is evoked whenever white people attempt to assert themselves in our multicultural society. The thought that some white folks would reinforce that mischaracterization upon themselves is unconscionable. That they would impose it upon the rest of us is reprehensible.
There's a message in your method.
White people are justified in expressing their disgust with the injustice brought upon them by multiculturalism, cultural Marxism, and economic Marxism. To that end we should be both careful and consistent in our efforts to communicate our concerns with tact and dignity.
We need to know when to be convincing and when to be comical and that the latter often defeats the former.
We should not be so foolish as to reinforce the anti-white stereotype imposed upon us by militant left-wing hate groups and the mainstream Marxist media.
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