A school in North Dakota banned the song YMCA by the Village people because RAAAAACISM
Has “Y.M.C.A.” ever struck you as a racist song? Well, one North Dakota parent complained about a school performance of the song, and her complaint got Bennett Elementary School to pull the song from the school’s talent show in May. However, the complaint had nothing to do with the content of the song itself, but the fact that the group that sings it, the Village People, has one member that dresses up like a Native American.
The school said students should dress up like the Village People for the performance, because the song would be performed by the entire first grade class, but the mother complained it would be “offensive” for children to come dressed to school like Native Americans. She explained, “Hopefully those people that are can make the right choices so all students of any culture and race won’t feel singled out or like their race is being stereotyped against.”
Hmmm, weren’t The Village people a gay band? Or at least some of their members were Gay? They had a huge Gay following I believe. And YMCA was a big hit among Gay men So isn’t this parent being Homophobic? HMMMMMMMMMMMMMM
Or as Stacy McCain puts it And if real racist graffiti is a federal offense, what is fake racist graffiti?
A supposed hate crime that made big news in Massachusetts now appears to have been a hoax — but still, perhaps, a crime:
The investigation into who spray painted a home with racist graffiti last month has turned toward the woman who lives there.
Police said on Wednesday that Andrea Brazier is now considered a “strong suspect” in the case.
Officers say they executed a search warrant on Tuesday and seized two cans of spray paint and ammunition from the home.
Brazier, who is white, and her husband Anthony Phillips, who is African American live at the home with their 13-year-old son, Isaac. Brazier initially cast suspicion on her son’s Lunenburg High School football teammates, saying he had been bullied in the past.
The school’s superintendent cancelled the football team’s final game on Thanksgiving after no one came forward to take responsibility. . . .
(Whoa! They canceled the high school football team’s last game because of a mere suspicion of racism?)
A police affidavit obtained on Wednesday indicated that Brazier had stopped cooperating with investigators and had changed her story several times. . . .
During an interview with police and an FBI agent, she told them that she wanted the investigation to be over and wanted the media to go away.
Maybe these manufactured hate crimes are just cases of, as Obama might say “You didn’t spray that graffiti, someone else made that raaaaacism happen”
British students were threatened with a “racial discrimination note” if they decided to skip a field trip on Islam. The note would be a permanent stain on their school records.
Families were told to pay £5 per child for the Explore Islam trip.
Field trips are generally a fun break from the ordinary school routine. But for some British students, not going on a field trip could have put a dark stain on their permanent records.
In a letter sent to students at Littleton Green Community School, students and parents were warned that skipping a religious education field trip would result in a “racial discrimination note” on their permanent records.
No need to add any comments, Bashir absolutely typifies why the Left is so detestable and so laughable. The very idea of Bashir questioning anyone’s intellect is so incredible. This moron could not think his way out of a wet paper bag
The Other McCain points out that Bashir is morally superior to me, because, well I am a hater!
Martin Bashir is better than you and me, and so is Alec Baldwin.
You know why. And also, shut up, hater.
UPDATE: Good news for c*cksucking fags:
Two whole weeks without @ABFalecbaldwin on MSNBC? http://variety.com/2013/tv/news/msnbc-suspends-alec-baldwins-show-for-two-weeks-1200838577/ … His massive audience of millions will be despondent! Oh, wait …
Yep, RS McCain, like me, will never attain the moral superiority of the Bashir’s and Baldwin’s of the world. And if you disagree with any of the morally superior hosts on MSNBS, well, you are likely a c*ck sucking fag that attends Tea Parties, likes Sarah Palin and criticizes Obama you RAAAAACIST hater!
And if you have a problem with that, guess what?
Georgia Rep. John Lewis racist racist racist Republican racist racist President Obama racist racist racist RAAAAAAAACISM.
Racist racist racist racist racist racist… racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist, racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist.
Racist racist racist Republican racist racist racist Obamacare racist racist racist racist racist, Lewis racist: “Racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist racist. Racist racist racist racist racist racist 50s, racist Southern racist racist racist Southern Manifesto racist racist racist racist racist racist 1954.”
Whoops! I accidentally put that through the English-to-Demspeak translator. Here’s the original text:
Georgia Rep. John Lewis on Tuesday compared Republican opposition to President Obama’s health-care law to racism.
The Democratic lawmaker made the comments… during a House Ways and Means Committee hearing with Marilyn Tavenner, the administrator for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services.
Referencing the numerous Republican attempts to repeal Obamacare over the last several years, Lewis said: “Just reminds me of another period in our history. Not so long ago during the 50s, many Southern senators signed a Southern Manifesto after the Supreme Court decision of 1954.”
Are you ready for the punchline? Have you guessed it already?
Ironically, while Lewis used the Southern Manifesto – which was in opposition to integration – to attack Republicans, 97 of the 99 politicians who signed it in 1956 were Democrats.
Yeah, but the other two were the real racists!
Dear Representative Lewis,
We’re sorry that some white people beat you up in the ’60s because they were racists. You did good, brave things, and you didn’t deserve that.
But it’s wrong to use that as an excuse, 50 years later, to lie about your political opponents.
Please stop it.
The United States of America
The students at Caldwell’s James Caldwell High School decided not to hold their prom at The Newark Club this year. Aside from the high cost, one of the reasons cited is the recent rash of violent crime.
The prom committee of the regional school in West Caldwell looked at the Metropolitan Room at the Newark Club as one of nine venues. The Newark Club was eliminated from the list because the facility was too pricey and the city may be unsafe because of a recent rash of violent crimes, according to Superintendent James Heinegg.
So naturally, the denizens of Newark see racism.
The decision was strongly criticized by Barbara Yeninas, a marketing consultant from the Newark Club. She said a student from the school’s prom committee — a group of five seniors and a class adviser — wrote to her, saying they were told, “You can’t go to Newark, it’s not safe.”
In response, Yeninas sent an e-mail to the Caldwell-West Caldwell school board and superintendent.
“Your quoted excuse that Newark is ‘a bad place’ and your so-called fear that your students would be unsafe is exactly the attitude that promotes discrimination, hate and divisiveness among our young people and continues that pattern without end,” Yeninas wrote.
When you can’t defend your city’s crime record, cry racism. But if there are ten murders in ten days, totalling 63 this year, along with the usual plethora of muggings, car-jackings, assaults, and rapes, well maybe those fears aren’t exactly unfounded. Facts don’t discriminate. Statistics don’t hate. And it’s not divisive to decide you’re safer where criminals don’t congregate.
How sad, any sense of responsibility has now been replaced by playing the Race Card