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Halloween’s Racism Fit

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on October 30, 2019 by andelino

As “Halloween” approaches he annual screeching of the easily “offended” can be heard throughout the land.

The bullying and policing of “costumes, decorations and party themes” has moved from “woke” universities to “woke” corporations.

Halloween the “pagan” ritual is pretty popular. Front yards are transformed into a graveyard. Skeletons, pumpkins, and assorted props with a “black, orange and white” color scheme are plentiful.

However, this year it looks like anyone possessing or displaying plastic pumpkins in “black” color are racist.

Bed Bath & Beyond has stopped selling black “jack-o’-lanterns” amid complaints that they are another form of “blackface.”

The home goods store stopped selling the product following the “outrage” over a Halloween display using the pumpkins in Nyack, New York.

Wilbur Aldridge, the regional director at the NAACP, said in a statement that the pumpkin design “shows an extreme lack of sensitivity.”

“By now I would believe everyone would know that anything in Black face is offensive… Equally as offensive is that a retail store would have such an item in their inventory for general purchase,” the statement read.

According to News 12, some residents were concerned that the black “jack-o’-lanterns” displayed out front of a local law office, were “racially” offensive.

Anything black is “blackface”? What does that actually mean? A plastic pumpkin for Halloween decorations can be any color but if it’s “black” it is blackface?

Of course, the corporate execs immediately rolled over in the face of this manufactured crisis.

We’ve seen for years now that universities, sites of “Great Wokeness” who hold annual Sex Weeks, become cultural “zombies” when it comes to “Halloween” costumes.

Each year the list of what students can’t “wear” grows as it becomes an annual rite for the self-declared “oppressed” snowflakes to come up with new items that suddenly “offend” them.

I don’t know about you. But I’ve had it up to here with incessant pilgrimages to “You-Can’t-Do-That” racism.

Halloween Costumes

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , on October 30, 2017 by andelino

Recently, several Universities and Colleges have been posting about what costumes are acceptable or offensive for Halloween.

A letter circulated among members of “fraternities and sororities at Tufts University warns that school officials have promised “campus police” investigations for anyone “wearing an offensive costume” this Halloween season.

In the letter obtained by The College Fix, Tufts dean of student affairs Mary Pat McMahon “criticizes” students who don “objectionable” Halloween garb for making “others in our community feel threatened or unsafe” and for conduct “that is offensive or discriminatory.”

Wesleyan University also posted about this issue:

“Costumes that include dreadlocks, Afros, or representations of an entire culture, or which trivialize human suffering, oppression, and marginalization,” are immediately suspect, according to the poster. It appears to rule out “mad scientists, prisoners or homeless people” as costume subjects.

Then there is Hampshire College

And also the State University of New York at Geneseo


Offensive Costumes

Cultural Appropriation


White Supremacist

Acceptable Costumes

Angry Trump

Evil Eyed Trump

Satan Drag Queen

More of the “correct, diverse, inclusive and inoffensive” Halloween costumes.

This Halloween decoration is permitted as “inoffensive” because the persons depicted here represent the “privileged white class” of oppressors.

Someone suggested this “Harvey Weinstein” Halloween costume, which may be good to address “sexism and male chauvinism,” but can be also construed as “offensive to potted plants.”

Quiz: “How many Weinstein bruthers of a different muther does it take to screw a potted plant?”

Answer: “The Clinton and Cosby bruthers but what difference at this point does it make?”

Here is another appropriate set of Halloween costumes teaching young “Socialists” the proper relationship between the “citizen and the government.”

Offended by Halloween costumes? Call 24/7 counselor at U. of Florida

Wesleyan offers to tell students if their Halloween costumes are offensive

College posts contact info of 5 officials standing by to tell students if their costume’s offensive

Halloween Costumes

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Halloween Winner 2016

Lena Dunham Dressed As “Grab Her By The Pussy”


Halloween 2014

Posted in uncategorized with tags , on October 31, 2014 by andelino


President Obama’s Halloween Message


White House, October 31, 2014

Dear Americans,

This Halloween we are reminded of the hardship suffering by “Ebola” victims that has ravished our nation. Our hearts go out to all who are in need. At this difficult moment it is good to pause and celebrate the American tradition of giving and receiving.

Nearly 500 years ago, the people of Scotland set aside this evening as “All-Hallows Even” that is, the night before All Hallows Day. Since then, the ancestors of Americans have looked for inspiration in the giving and receiving of treats on this night.

Americans have long enjoyed dressing up in festive costumes at parties or to usher children from door to door to “trick or treat.”

Nothing could be more American! We honor this holiday tradition reminds us that our courage to spread wealth raises the prospects of families who are struggling.

The simple message shines like a beacon in a stormy night: “To each according to his or her need from those who have more than enough.

That is why Americans who have done well, myself included, should be able to chip in a little bit so that those with empty bags might be satisfied.

While only a few American’s are active in a coven, or choose to take part in Wiccan midnight rituals, we can all join in sympathy with the values of receiving as much free treats possible in the generous spirit of Halloween!

It’s going to take bold action to confront this economic crisis that we face. That’s why I’m committed to transform America into “Next Tuesday” where more of us enjoy the wealth that has for too long been horded by the top one percent.

That is why I am asking for you to vote in the Midterm elections. Together we can move forward to another two years of insuring benefits and rights for all.

In 2010 I announced my “ObamaCare” recovery plan that would provide low or no health cost care to everyone who asks while at the same time reducing the deficit and costs over all!

My plan has create or saved 7.5 million new jobs, reduced the sea level and carbon emissions while making the investments we needed to fuel long-term economic growth, stability and a greener planet.

But this Halloween, we are reminded that the renewal of our economy won’t come from policies and plans alone, it will take dogged dedication to the cause of re-distribution backed by the strength of the American people.

Like returning home from a costume party, it will mean taking off the masks that have hidden our true potential.

It is a testament to our national character that so many Americans this Halloween are giving away treats to any child who asks. None will be left empty bagged.

It is this spirit that binds us together as one American family, the belief that we rise and fall as one people; that we want that “American Dream & Hope” not just for ourselves, but for each other.

That is the “All-Hallows Even” we must summon as we make a new beginning for our nation. Times are tough. There are difficult months ahead. But if stand together we can transform our nation into a place we can all be proud of.

So today, with one heart, and one voice, the American people can give thanks to Allah, or whatever male or female deity or higher power you may worship, that a new and brighter day is yet to come.

We will not be held back by the forces of darkness and despair that got us into this mess to begin with.


Obama Imanm

Thank you and Allahu Akbar.

Let the spookiness begin!

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