Our ‘Racist’ National Parks
Does he look like a racist?
(Thanks to Linda for tipping me off to this story.)
Did you know our country’s national parks are… racist? Oh, yeah–Yellowstone, Mt. Rushmore, the Everglades, Yosemite, and all the rest. Racist.
This is according to an impeached federal judge, a former manager of the Seattle City Race and Social Justice Initiative, and a couple of the usual academic dingbats. Note: if your city has a “race and social justice initiative,” your city has too much money and needs a budget cut.
The parks must be racist, I guess, because you can’t find anybody from our urban utopias going there to play knockout. But what are these dopes complaining about? The problem can be quickly and easily fixed.
All the government has to do is to declare that such places as Detroit, Camden, the South Bronx, etc., are now national parks, to be preserved just as they are, in perpetuity, so that future generations can enjoy them. No one will complain about these parks being “too white”!
Real racism in America–the real kind, the kind that does real harm–is a problem that has been solved, insofar as human beings can solve it. What remains is mostly silly stuff along with a great deal of imaginary stuff.
This is because race hustlers and other Democrats never wanted racism to be solved in the first place: it’s very hard to make a lot of money as a race hustler if there isn’t any racism. Next thing you know, they’re going to be complaining about the “Semite” in Yosemite.
Over the past seven years, leftids have made real progress in undoing racial peace and harmony. They will never stop trying.
By the way, it’s a sin to stir up strife among people who would otherwise be at peace with one another.
Judgment Day is not going to be a good day for people who have done that.
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