One of the few times of year when kids are allowed to be kids is Halloween. Besides putting on a costume and getting free candy, kids are encouraged to roam their neighborhoods in packs while engaging in frivolous banter and occasional pranks.
Yes, I did grow up in a suburban white neighborhood and know that this isn’t what goes on in inner-city Detroit or on drunken university campuses in 2017, but the point remains that for most of America’s towns and cities, this is what used to and can still go on.
From a kid’s perspective, the purpose of Halloween is to have fun, plain and simple. Not sex, not politics, not even horror, just sugar-loaded, hilarious, friends-included fun.
Sadly, non-whites, feminists, and homo/transsexuals have made Halloween into an occasion for the opposite. To them, Halloween is about political correctness, sexual perversion, and anti-white, anti-Western hatred.
Costumes that our Baby Boomer parents and grandparents wore on Halloween, such as Indian brave or squaw costumes, pirate costumes, sports hero costumes, and silly made-up costumes such as dressing as a taco or Chinese take-out, are now among the costumes that “polite society” (aka the liberal media and big corporations) have deemed unfit for human consumption this Halloween.
The simplest explanation of what passes for “acceptable” or “offensive/racist/sexist” Halloween costumes these days is that if a straight white male is wearing it and it has something to do with gays/trannies, women, or non-whites, then it’s racist/sexist/homophobic. If a white girl is wearing it and it’s about some non-white female character, it’s racist. And if a non-white kid wears something about his/her tribe that is not seen as sufficiently heroic — say, a black kid wearing a prisoner outfit, or a Mexican lad wearing a great big sombrero and playing mariachi amidst a mostly-white school gathering — those people would likely be thrown under the bus as Uncle Toms, ignoramuses, victims of self-hatred, or mentally ill white supremacists.
I’m sure we’ll get to the point when witches and Satanists will complain about being stereotyped by traditional witch and devil costumes…oh wait, they have done that since the 2000s. If playing the victim is good for the blacks and feminists, it must be good for the Wiccans, eh?
One might wonder why it is that if a costume has anything to do with non-whites, gays, or women, and it appears on a straight WASP male, it will be offensive — even if it’s worn in honor of the person/tribe/cause, or in good humor. If you scratch your head in amazement at this seeming illogic, please read more articles on this website, and start getting used to the idea that things are this way simply because some people don’t like you — merely because you’re white. You can’t cuck hard enough these days if you are a cisgendered white male.
Some people don’t celebrate Halloween for religious reasons. There’s another October 31 celebration known as Reformation Day — and this website has a cornucopia of information celebrating its 500th anniversary. However, if you do enjoy getting spooky for Halloween, here’s hoping that it’s a safe and fun celebration that pays no heed to the politically correct, anti-white ghouls out there.