So, those irrepressible scamps at Jewish Task Force (who I liked better when they were called Science Hebrew Team Gatchaman -- and I have a feeling I will regret making this joke) reveal the Truth about Black "History" Month Propaganda:
The United States Constitution prohibits the establishment of a national religion. For this reason, JTF strongly objects to the unconstitutional establishment of America's "national religion" since the 1960s: worshiping blacks.
In January of every year, we have a national holiday honoring a Communist white-hater and Jew-hater named Martin Luther King. All of our Presidents combined get only one holiday. But Martin Luther King, by himself, receives this honor. And King is actually honored more than the Presidents. For Presidents' Day has merely become a day for commercial sales and bargains. On King's holiday, on the other hand, no store would dare to advertise sales and bargains. Because his "holiday" is so sacred.
Every February, we now have Black "History" Month. No other people in the United States receive such recognition. Prior to white colonists coming to black Africa, the blacks had never established a single school, any written language, any mechanical or technical invention or anything else of value. Other than putting plates in their mouths, wiping themselves with leaves, picking insects out of their hair and eating them and living in huts held together by human excrement -- other than these great "accomplishments," blacks never achieved or invented anything. Yet we are now told that they have some sort of celebrated "history."
I keep telling myself this isn't meant to be a hilarious, over-the-top parody of a racist web site, but rather an actual racist web site. Doesn't work. I keep laughing anyway.
We know that what we are saying here is extremely controversial. The truth is always controversial.
Uh-huh. Weird, putting those two sentences together, you'd think they were suggesting some relationship between them, but other than proximity, I just don't see one.
They're not quite as funny, though.