- Dec 7, 2012
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Here, having completely failed to substantiate his hallucination about my posting anything about "white people", Hallucination Man reverts to a previous hallucination about "diversity". Which he also couldn't find.NO part of the topic story here, in any way denies or even affects, anyone's RIGHT to observe any memorial day or anniversary in any way they want to. Posters on this site have already been doing it for years, nothing changes.Still waiting for you to explain how southern whites intend to celebrate their culture/heritage.
Are you too stupid to have noticed that I have repeatedly explained to you, that I dont' care HOW, they do it, that my concern is that they have the RIGHT to do it?
All this move by the Commonwealth of Virginia does is take the state off the hook for having to put a state imprimatur on it. It means the state government won't stand behind it. Much like the city government of New Orleans, or Charlottesville, or Durham or wherever, won't stand behind their public land continuing to host Lost Cause propaganda transmitters. And you can check me on this but I'm pretty sure a city or a state gets to decide for ITSELF what its own image on its own public land is, or in this case its own public holiday.
Want to continue "celebrating"? Whenever you like, ain't nobody stopping you. Course, you'll have to actually move to Virginia to have the state officially not-stop you, won't you.
It would appear you think "the RIGHT to" means "the State orders it". Isn't that revealing. And it's not even your own state. You're whining that a state you don't even live in won't officially sanction a 'holiday' to a Confederacy of dunces. A holiday you wouldn't even take part in, since you don't live there. Because you know better.
Maybe, just maybe, you should worry about your own state and quit trying to dick-tate to others.
The claims made when the policies that led to and form the basis of modern Multiculturalism, and Diversity,
were that such changes would require us, the majority to be tolerant of other cultures and that this would lead to us all living together, as equals, with tolerance and respect, and unity and living happily ever after.
That the new majority forming, is, as soon as it can, remaking society and government so that the previous culture is not allowed to be celebrated in public,
is a denial of the rights that everyone was promised and everyone else has.
specifically the right to celebrate one's heritage.
NEITHER of which relate to the point here at all, which is simply this ---- You can go out and celebrate St. Elmo's Frickin' Fire Day if you want, nobody anywhere is "STOPP(ING" you. And you don't need The State to hold your frickin' hand to do it.
In other words what you want is for the State to force holidays. Presumably with State-mandated haircuts.