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Bob Dylan sued by Croatia [sic] for racism after saying 'Just like Jews can sense Nazi blood... the Serbs can sense Croatian blood'

A French Rolling Stone interview with Bob Dylan stated, Just like Jews can sense Nazi blood and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood,’ in regards to the ongoing dispute between Croatians and Serbians

Bob Dylan has long been a proponent of the civil rights movement

He was awarded The Medal of Freedom in 2012

By ALEXANDRA KLAUSNER, Daily Mail, 29 November 2013

Famous [yes, mention that he's famous, in case readers have never heard of him] musician [sic] Bob Dylan [Zimmermann] is being sued along with the French version of Rolling Stone Magazine for ‘racist’ comments in the cover interview of September’s edition.

A Croatian group in France didn’t like Dylan’s answer to the question about whether or not he sees similarities between America today and the civil war era, reported Slate.fr.

‘This country is just too f***** up about color. It's a distraction. People at each others throats just because they are of a different color. It's the height of insanity, and it will hold any nation back – or any neighborhood back. Or any anything back, ‘said Dylan.

It was Dylan’s next comment in the interview referring to the ongoing dispute between majority Roman Catholic Croats and Christian Orthodox Serbs that caused outrage in the Croatian community. Signs of the tension are still visible. Balkin [sic] Insight reported that Croatian vandals tore down bilingual and Cyrillic signs in Serbian minority institutions—an act of blatant discrimination, reported Business Insider Australia. [?]

‘Blacks know that some whites didn't want to give up slavery – that if they had their way, they would still be under the yoke, and they can't pretend they don't know that. If you got a slave master or Klan in your blood [like The Kike's whore Obongo does], blacks can sense that. That stuff lingers to this day. Just like Jews can sense Nazi blood and the Serbs can sense Croatian blood,’ he continued.

Slate reports that Europe has stricter free speech laws [yes, "stricter free speech laws"] than the US does, and if Dylan is found guilty of racism then he will be fined and formally sanctioned.

Bob Dylan has never [?] been accused of being racist before and was at the forefront of the Civil Rights Movement.

Obama awarded Dylan with The Medal of Freedom in 2012, and Dylan has long spoken out against racism between black and whites and how racism had to be yanked out from the roots.

‘Mmm, I don't know how to put it [so shut your kike mouth, you moron]. It's like . . . the United States burned and destroyed itself for the sake of slavery. The USA wouldn't give it up. It had to be grinded out. The whole system had to be ripped out with force. A lot of killing. What, like, 500,000 people? A lot of destruction to end slavery. And that's what it really was all about,’ said Dylan in the infamous French Rolling Stone interview.

Dylan was not only awarded in America, but in France as well. He was named [sic] Legion of Honor ["Well you can call me Zimmy, and you can call me Legion of Honor..."] by France [sic] with only one objection from the Legion’s committee on the grounds that in the past Dylan had experimented with drugs.

The local [sic] reports that non-French citizens cannot become members of the Legion of Honor, but they may wear the same insignia in recognition of service to France.

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He was probably alluding to the massacre by Serbs in 1995 of over 8000 Bosnian Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica, the worst atrocity on European soil since WW2. I remember reports of Serbs torching houses with families in them. It was a terrible, bloody conflict, and Dylan did right to remind people of it.

And rightly so!!

Good for Bob for bringing this to the attention of the world.

Many Croatian's to this day celebrate the Ustashi horrors of WW2. Dylan is right.

Leave Bob Dylan alone and stop over-analyzing everything. What Bob said was basically a true statement.

I have always admired Dylan. I have loads of his records from the 70s, etc. Love his words and music. He is my hero.

Sued by Croatians?? Isn't that ironic? Let's load up the jury with serbs-and let the fun begin!

What an ignorant fool.. I am not Croatian but am confident that when you look at the civilian death toll from the recent Balkan war the Serbs were by far the main perpetrators. To my knowledge the Serbs killed over 33 thousand Bosnian Muslims and around 4 thousand Catholic Croats. There were around 2 thousand Serbian (Christian Orthodox) civilian deaths caused by those two groups in total! The numbers speak for themselves I believe.

Dylan would be the last person I would accuse as being racist!

In WWII the Croatians served in the Nazi SS..........the Serbs were our allies.

Bob Dylan has fallen victim to telling the truth in a time when people prefer to wear blinders and wallow in their own self delusions. Thanks for throwing it back in their faces Bob Dylan...I have loved you since I was a tween and I will continue to do so.

I never thought I'd see the day when I agreed with the 'Vacuum cleaner impersonator'' (Have You HEARD him sing?? But what He says is the TRUTH! Especially about his and MY countries media obsession with colour and YES it HAS divided us!


Yes, well, as another lost "prophet" said last year, before he achieved real fame:

"Life isn't about waiting for the storm to pass, it's about learning to dance in the rain......"

Ian Watkins

Before being locked up, pedophile "prophet" Ian Watkins (not Moham) boasted about how he is a master and getting his shit locked down:

Lostprophets’ Ian Watkins Talks About Reading, A New Album And ‘That Photo’

By terrybezer, Hammer, 2010.12.22


Many of you will doubtless have seen or at least heard the photo that has been circulating of Ian apparently giving someone a blowjob. The day the photo leaked onto infamous celebrity news and gossip site www.unratedPerez.com Ian posted a cryptic Twitter saying ‘I love it when a plan comes together…’.

Many speculated that the photo was either not Watkins or had been faked. Here’s what Ian told us…

Hammer: Have you done any interviews since your picture came out?

Ian: It’s good innit?

Hammer: It’s amazing, it’s our screensaver

Ian: if you’ve done that it must be really pixelated… or have you tiled it?

Hammer: we’re going to have it as an animated gif.

Ian: already been done.

Hammer: who did that?

Ian: I did it

Hammer: what’s the story behind it?

[Ian does the zipping his lip gesture]

Ian: I do have a first in graphic design which is essentially PhotoShop… [pause] yyyeeeeessss.

Hammer: is that all you’re saying?

Ian: that’s all I’m saying. I was happy with it. And ultimately if you trace everything back to the source, it’s gotta come from somewhere hasn’t it? I got my shit locked down like a master, so nothing’s getting leaked. It worked better than I ever could have imagined and the fact that Perez picked it up and stuff is amazing.




'I had to perform a sex act while looking at Clayton Blackmore calendar' admits embarrassed David Beckham [...] Teammates forced him to perform an embarrassing sex act whilst staring at calendar of eighties Reds legend Clayton Blackmore [...]

Anna Edwards, Daily Mail, 29 November 2013

[...] The retired footballer has confessed to performing a sex act on himself while looking at calendar of Welsh footballer Clayton Blackmore [...] The 38-year-old recalled how his Class of '92 teammates forced him to perform an embarrassing sex act whilst staring at eighties Reds legend Clayton Blackmore.

Beckham's teammates required him to perform an embarrassing sex act whilst staring at a Clayton Blackmore calendar

Beckham revealed he had to look at Clayton Blackmore's calendar and do certain things to himself



Kikestan: Pharisees Fine Kikess $150/day for Refusing to Mutilate Son's Knob

Israel court fines woman over not circumcising son

Mainichi Japan, November 29, 2013 (AP)

JERUSALEM -- An Israeli rabbinic court has fined a woman hundreds of dollars for refusing to circumcise her baby son, officials said Thursday, in a landmark case that has sparked a new uproar over the role of religion in the Jewish state.

The case shines a spotlight on a long-running debate over religious coercion in Israel, where generations of leaders have struggled to find a balance between the country's Jewish and democratic character.

Rabbinic courts in Israel have authority over certain Jewish family matters like marriage, divorce, conversion and burial. Their decisions are binding for families that agree to take part in them, though their rulings can be appealed in the country's secular court system. This particular case ended up in the rabbinic court as part of an ongoing divorce battle.

In the proceedings, the woman announced her refusal to circumcise the boy, saying she did not wish to harm him. The Israeli rabbinate's high court ruled last week the circumcision was for the child's welfare and that the woman must pay the equivalent of nearly $150 each day she refuses the circumcision be performed.

"The decision is not based only on religious law. It is for the welfare of a Jewish child in Israel not to be different from his peers in this matter," said Shimon Yaakovi, legal adviser to the rabbinical court.

He said it was the first time a religious court in Israel has punished a parent for refusing to circumcise a child. A year ago, a civil court also ruled in favor of circumcision in a parental dispute.

There is no law requiring circumcision in Israel, but the vast majority of Jewish boys undergo the procedure at the age of eight days in line with Jewish law, which sees the ritual as upholding a covenant with God.

The mother, whose named was not released in court documents, has argued that the rabbinical court does not have authority over the matter. The Justice Ministry, which is representing the mother, said Thursday it likely would appeal the case to Israel's Supreme Court.

There are no precise statistics on circumcisions in Israel. While most families perform the procedure either out of religious belief or to preserve an ancient tradition, tens of thousands of children are not circumcised, activists say.

Ronit Tamir, an anti-circumcision activist, called the rabbinic court's ruling "dangerous for democracy."

"It turns the government into a theocracy," she added.

Although most Israelis are secular, Israel's founding fathers gave Judaism a formal place in the nation's affairs. This has led to persistent tensions in Israeli society.

Jewish law defines a Jew as one who is born to a Jewish mother or who undergoes a demanding conversion process overseen by rabbinic authorities. People who do not meet these requirements, such as someone with only a Jewish father, can face difficulties with the religious authorities.

Civil marriage, for instance, is all but banned, forcing thousands of couples who either do not want a religious ceremony or don't qualify for one to travel abroad each year to marry. Likewise, soldiers who die in battle but are not Jewish under religious law are buried in separate cemeteries.

More liberal streams of Judaism popular in the U.S., such as the Reform and Conservative movements, have struggled for recognition in Israel and have little authority. At the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest prayer site, liberal female worshippers have clashed with Orthodox activists who opposed their attempts to perform rituals traditionally reserved for males.

Uri Regev, a Reform rabbi who leads Hiddush, a movement that promotes religious pluralism in Israel, said the circumcision dispute had no place in the rabbinical court. He said a circumcision should only take place with the consent of both parents.

He said attaching "legal sanctions" to an ancient religious commandment "will undermine popular respect for circumcisions."

The ritual of circumcision has generated controversy in Europe. Last year, a German regional court said the procedure amounted to bodily harm, though it stopped short of banning it. Germany subsequently passed a law explicitly permitting male infant circumcision.

More recently, a European advisory council passed a nonbinding resolution calling circumcision "a violation of the physical integrity of children." Israel condemned the move, saying that circumcision is a tradition in both Judaism and Islam.




Vince Cable: "Poverty as we know it will be largely gone. The vast majority will constitute a global middle class"

The Secretary of State for Business answers the NS Centenary Questionnaire.

By Vince Cable, New Statesman, 20 November 2013

What is the most important invention of the past hundred years?

Television: for me, as a platform to communicate; and for billions, a window on the world.

What is the most important scientific discovery of the past hundred years?

DNA research has opened up immeasurable life-enhancing medical applications and a better understanding of life.

What is the greatest sporting event of the past 100 years?

A quirky, personal choice: the 1955 FA Cup semi-final, York City v Newcastle United. It was the biggest, most memorable sporting event of my upbringing. And a reminder of days when David could challenge Goliath (and draw 1-1, after a goal scored by a milkman called Bottom).

Which book or film has had the greatest impact on you?

David Lean’s Great Expectations. The opening scenes haunted me for years, but made me addicted to the power of the cinema.

Which piece of music?

Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No 1 – a reminder of the musical family that my late wife, Olympia, created and of the education she gave me in the world’s great music. Beethoven was her idol. [What? Not Umbagunba Chukalunga's 9th Symphony?]

Which work of art?

The entire temples of Khajuraho. I once travelled a thousand miles across India to see this masterpiece of temple art and architecture, created five centuries before the European Renaissance. [He can't appreciate it for what it is, and was compelled to rank it in terms of its allegedly "progressive" status in chronological comparison with European art. Bizarre that he apparently considers the Renaissance as the high-point of European art, when the Renaissance was a supposed to be a "rebirth" of ancient European art.]

Who is the most influential or significant politician of the past hundred years?

There is little to be said for the monsters who dominated the politics of the 20th century – Stalin, Mao and Hitler – or for those who served them. One remarkable exception is Deng Xiaoping, whose economic reforms, post-Mao, unleashed the most successful era of poverty reduction and material advance in history.

And sportsperson?

Muhammad Ali. He demonstrated great physical and moral courage, as well as great skill, in the most punishing and demanding of sports.

And business person?

Ratan Tata (and his predecessor J R D Tata). One of Britain’s leading manufacturers and an embodiment of the long-term strategic thinking that lies behind a dominant business of the coming Asian century. He has maintained a reputation for ethical and honest business in a highly amoral environment.

And author?

For non-fiction, and as an economist, I am torn between John Maynard Keynes and Amartya Sen. For fiction, the greatest modern novelist never to win a Nobel prize for literature –Graham Greene.

And philanthropist?

The Rowntrees. In the city where I grew up, they created a model of responsible capitalism that influenced me greatly and which lives on. The work of their foundation on poverty is as relevant as ever.

What is your favourite quotation?

Mahatma Gandhi: “Western civilisation? It would be a good thing.” A gentle reminder that many people outside Europe do not totally share western conceit.

What is the most significant change to our lives you envisage over the next 100 years?

The most significant change in our lives will be the impact of ageing and growing life expectancy, with the dependent frail and elderly becoming a very large social group, not just in Europe, but also in countries such as China.

What is your greatest concern about the future?

My greatest concern is that the self-discipline of deterrence will no longer stop the use of nuclear weapons in a future conflict (or conflicts). And this is why we have to scale down our nuclear deterrent and work for a nuclear-free world.

In your own field of work, what will be the most dramatic development?

For the first time in history, poverty as we know it today will be largely gone. The vast majority of humanity, who will live in Asia, Africa and Latin America, will constitute a “global middle class”.

What is the most important priority for the future well-being of both people and our planet?

Making a transition from governance built around nation states to one with a strong system of global rules
to deal with shared problems such as climate change and lethal weapons proliferation.

Vince Cable is Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, and MP for Twickenham


The Walking Dead now has its obligatory queer couple.

Its first official queer couple.

As some dyke wrote:

[T]he post-apocalyptic world has not eradicated racism (or classism, homophobia and sexism for that matter). If Andrea really wants equal ground with Michonne, then she must keep confronting her privilege. Yet outside of their first scene, she fails to do this throughout the first half of season three.

The premise of The Walking Dead provides many opportunities to study privilege. Who lives on the farm vs. who lives in the RV, who sleeps in the woods vs. who drinks the Woodbury tea—you can have comfort, freedom and peace, but at what cost? The scene in the game cooler provides only a brief view of what Michonne and Andrea’s relationship might have been if the writers had continued to develop a relationship that questions privilege. Alas, that seems to be the revolution that never was.

Still, they continue to have an intense relationship. Does that mean they are lesbians? Or could one or both of them be bisexual? That could be even more plausible. Yet maybe it’s asking too much of mainstream television to consider different sexual orientations outside of straight and gay, to view the exploration of sexuality not as an “enticing twist”, but something as real as two people—of whatever gender identity or sexual orientation—falling for each other.

Some could argue that they are two straight women with a strong, albeit non-sexual connection. Isn’t it radical enough to have any kind of friendship in this chaotic new world? In an interview with MSN Entertainment, Laurie Holden, the actor who plays Andrea, discussed with apparent exasperation how viewers assume that “if Andrea and Michonne are close, it must be a romantic relationship. Not that there’s anything wrong with that but it really is a pure, best friendship between two women who love each other like family.” However, she then added that “at the beginning of the season, I sat down in the writers’ room and they were toying with that idea [of a romantic relationship between Andrea and Michonne]. And I said to them, ‘I don’t have a problem with it but I think it’s a cliché.’ ”

A woman of color and a white woman in love on a critically-acclaimed television show with millions of viewers would not be a cliché. It would be progress.


Andrea’s perspective is limited to that of a white woman with entitlement.


Andrea Dulanto is a Latina lesbian writer with an M.F.A. in Creative Writing from Florida International University, and a B.A. in Literature & Women's Studies from Antioch College in Ohio

About the official queers:

The Walking Dead Brings Another Queer Chick Named Tara To TV, We Rejoice

Laura Mandanas
November 22, 2013

As a long-time watcher of The Walking Dead, I've been hoping for some queer characters on the show for, oh, I don't know, approximately forever. Although the zombie-centered show includes many top-notch action scenes, it's really a show about how people muster, maintain, or misuse strength as they relate to one another during times of crisis. It's an excellent, high-profile show about the human condition, basically, and since queer people are humans, we should be on it. This week, The Walking Dead finally made it happen.

Meet Tara Chalmers, played by Alanna Masterson.

All throughout last season, I felt like they kept dangling the possibility in front of us just to snatch it away. (Remember all that hot and heavy subtext between Andrea and Michonne at the beginning? How about the complaints from fans when Andrew and Derek were not included later on?) So to finally see a queer character represented makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside. It's just gravy that she happens to join the illustrious ranks of queer chicks on TV named Tara.



Tara tends to talk a big game but it’s mostly bluster. When she first meets the Governor, Tara plants herself firmly between him and her family, pointing a gun at the man's chest. There isn't the faintest flicker of fear on her face as she says,

“Do you see this? This here is a fully loaded standard issue Smith and Wesson. I’m Atlanta city police and I have enough artillery in here to kill you every day for the next ten years. You mess with me or my family and I swear to Christ I will put you down. Got it?”

Tara later reveals that the cop bit isn't quite true, but you've got to admire the girl's swagger.

Tara's coming out takes place in a conversation so casual you could totally miss it if you happened to sneeze at the wrong time. But it was definitely in there, and she's definitely, unambiguously out.

Here's the exchange between her and her sister:

Tara: I thought she was the one.

Lilly: Then you went camping, ate mushrooms, game over.

Tara: You’re forgetting the part where Sam broke down and told me she has a boyfriend, that she wasn’t really into chicks. Ugh, worst weekend of my life.

She ungraciously falls on her face immediately after and almost gets eaten by walkers, but it counts!


Tara is sarcastic. She swears constantly. She trusts quickly and has a tendency to talk too much [like almost all dykes]


I'm curious if/how her unique experiences as a queer person will come into play.

Masterson is signed with The Walking Dead for two years, with an option in her contract to become a regular next season.



Tara's "partner"/shack-up is Alisha, another mannish dyke.


I was a victim of the knockout game

By Michael Gartland, [The Kike's] New York Post

November 23, 2013

Related: ‘Knockout game' [nigger] suspect's alibi: 'My girlfriend's Jewish'

Photography intern Israel Blizovsky had just finished taking pictures at a Crown Heights engagement party when a hulking teen he was passing on the sidewalk cold-cocked him without warning.

“He was very strong. I was in shock,” said the 19-year-old from Beersheva, Israel. “I saw a large group of black teenagers coming. I moved to the side to let them pass. Then, all of a sudden, when I was passing right next to them, I felt a punch in the face.

“They just kept walking. They were all laughing,” he told The Post through a Hebrew translator. “They said something right after he punched me, but I don’t understand English. It looked like they were making fun of me.”

Blizovsky, whose tooth was chipped by the blow, is one of at least six Jewish people who have been attacked as part of a “knockout game” in the three weeks leading to the start of Hanukkah Wednesday, Brooklyn leaders said.

The brutal game — sometimes called “polar bear hunting” — has been on the rise across the country, with bystanders, usually white, suckerpunched for sport by black youths.
In Brooklyn, religious Jews appear to be the targets.

Fueled by Internet videos of the beatings, “knockout” attacks have also been reported in Chicago, Hoboken and Lansing, Mich.

In Jersey City, a 46-year-old man died in September after a sucker punch sent his head into an iron fence.

Blizovsky, who stands 5-foot-2 and weighs less than 100 pounds, was working for the COLlive community-news Web site and carrying a Nikon D600 camera when he was assaulted on Crown Street Nov. 14 at 9:30 p.m.

The gang, he said, ignored his expensive equipment.

“They didn’t look deprived,” Blizovsky said. “They didn’t look poor. They just looked like they wanted entertainment.”

Asked why he thinks he was targeted, he said: “[Jews] look gentle. We look like we won’t fight back.”

Local rabbis, witnesses and victims say there have been at least eight unprovoked attacks on Jews in Crown Heights, Midwood and Borough Park since Oct. 11, with six after Nov. 6.
Early Friday, an Orthodox Jew was jumped by four thugs after he heard them yapping about “knockout.”

“One of them stepped out towards me and, with a closed fist, hits me in the face,” said Shmuel Perl, 24.

“As I was able to walk away from them, they called after me, ‘Come back. I can do this. I will knock you out.’ ”

One man was arrested on charges of assault and aggravated harassment as bias crimes in the attack.

On Nov. 9, a 78-year-old Midwood woman was socked in the back of the head while pushing her great-granddaughter’s stroller on Avenue L and East Fifth Street. Fearing a repeat, she hasn’t left her home since.

“It’s scary,” her son-in-law said. “You’re 78, and someone hits you with a closed fist with all their might.”

The NYPD said it was aware of seven of the eight attacks.

“Our Hate Crimes Task Force is investigating these incidents,” a spokesman said. “There have been increased patrols in the 71st Precinct” in Crown Heights.

Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said Friday, “We are trying to determine if [the knockout game] is a real phenomenon . . . We have to be concerned about when you highlight an incident or a type of criminality, some people will simply try to copy.”

An NYPD source said he expects the department to “downplay the incidents.”

“Look, we’re at the end of the road,” he said. “All [Kelly] has to do is run out the clock the next five weeks. The last thing anyone wants is a major racial eruption in the last five weeks of the administration.”

Barry Sugar, head of the Jewish Leadership Council, says he has been asking [kike] Mayor Bloomberg and Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio for help with anti-Jewish attacks since August to no avail.

“We were concerned that the candidates weren’t aware of what was happening,” he told The Post. “We made several attempts to reach out to Mr. de Blasio, but our overtures were not met with any kind of response.”

As for Blizovsky, who returns to Israel Monday, he vowed to be “more prepared” for his next visit to the Big Apple.

“I’ll bring a Taser.”

Additional reporting by Gary Buiso and Brad Hamilton


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  1. 男なら → 0:00
  2. あゝ我が戦友 → 3:13
  3. 同期の桜 → 6:53
  4. 暁に祈る → 10:00
  5. 父よあなたは強かった → 13:20
  6. 露営の歌 → 16:26
  7. 麦と兵隊 → 19:27
  8. 若鷲の歌 → 23:02
  9. 嗚呼神風特別攻撃隊 → 26:24
  10. 大東亜決戦の歌 → 30:26




By Nathan Harden, Editor, College Fix, Nov. 21, 2013

Did you know that eating or even talking about a peanut butter and jelly sandwich could be considered racist?

That’s right.

Apparently, it’s because people in some cultures don’t eat sandwich bread. Verenice Gutierrez, principal of Harvey Scott K-8 School in Portland explained in and interview with the Portland Tribune:

“Take the peanut butter sandwich, a seemingly innocent example a teacher used in a lesson last school year,” the Tribune said.

“What about Somali or Hispanic students, who might not eat sandwiches?” Gutierrez asked. “Another way would be to say: ‘Americans eat peanut butter and jelly, do you have anything like that?’ Let them tell you. Maybe they eat torta. Or pita.”

The Tribune noted that the school started the new year with “intensive staff trainings, frequent staff meetings, classroom observations and other initiatives,” to help educators understand their own “white privilege,” in order to “change their teaching practices to boost minority students’ performance.”"Last Wednesday, the first day of the school year for staff, for example, the first item of business for teachers at Scott School was to have a Courageous Conversation — to examine a news article and discuss the ‘white privilege’ it conveys,” the Tribune added.

Gutierrez completed a week-long seminar called “Coaching for Educational Equity,” a program the Tribune says focuses “on race and how it affects life.” She also serves on an administrative committee that focuses on systematic racism.

“Our focus school and our Superintendent’s mandate that we improve education for students of color, particularly Black and Brown boys, will provide us with many opportunities to use the protocols of Courageous Conversations in data teams, team meetings, staff meetings, and conversations amongst one another,” she said in a letter to staff.

You can read more about principal Gutierrez’s sandwich-sensitivity philosophy here.

Next time you’re in the bread aisle at the grocery store, you may want to think twice. Sensitive liberal educators are now recommending the “torta” or the “pita” as a more culturally inclusive alternative.

Now that you’ve been made aware of the evil of PB&J, there’s only one question left to answer: Is white bread more racist than whole wheat?

Nathan Harden is editor of The College Fix and author of the book SEX & GOD AT YALE: Porn, Political Correctness, and a Good Education Gone Bad.





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