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“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And YOU are the one who’ll decide where to go…”

– Dr. Seuss


All white men, dead or alive, are targeted for cancellation in The Woke Wars raging across the carcass of Western Civilization.

Even Dr. Seuss. [6 Dr. Seuss books will no longer be published due to content’s racist images: “These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,” Dr. Seuss Enterprises told The Associated Press in a statement that coincided with the late author and illustrator’s birthday., Chicago Sun-Time, March 2, 2021]:

BOSTON — Six Dr. Seuss books — including “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” and “If I Ran the Zoo” — will stop being published because of racist and insensitive imagery, the business that preserves and protects the author’s legacy said Tuesday.

“These books portray people in ways that are hurtful and wrong,” Dr. Seuss Enterprises told The Associated Press in a statement that coincided with the late author and illustrator’s birthday.

“Ceasing sales of these books is only part of our commitment and our broader plan to ensure Dr. Seuss Enterprises’ catalog represents and supports all communities and families,” it said.

The other books affected are “McElligot’s Pool,” “On Beyond Zebra!,” “Scrambled Eggs Super!,” and “The Cat’s Quizzer.”

The decision to cease publication and sales of the books was made last year after months of discussion, the company told AP.

“Dr. Seuss Enterprises listened and took feedback from our audiences including teachers, academics and specialists in the field as part of our review process. We then worked with a panel of experts, including educators, to review our catalog of titles,” it said.

Books by Dr. Seuss — who was born Theodor Seuss Geisel in Springfield, Massachusetts, on March 2, 1904 — have been translated into dozens of languages as well as in braille and are sold in more than 100 countries. He died in 1991.

He remains popular, earning an estimated $33 million before taxes in 2020, up from just $9.5 million five years ago, the company said. Forbes listed him No. 2 on its highest-paid dead celebrities of 2020, behind only the late pop star Michael Jackson.

As adored as Dr. Seuss is by millions around the world for the positive values in many of his works, including environmentalism and tolerance, there has been increasing criticism in recent years over the way Blacks, Asians and others are drawn in some of his most beloved children’s books, as well as in his earlier advertising and propaganda illustrations.

The National Education Association, which founded Read Across America Day in 1998 and deliberately aligned it with Geisel’s birthday, has for several years deemphasized Seuss and encouraged a more diverse reading list for children.

School districts across the country have also moved away from Dr. Seuss, prompting Loudoun County, Virginia, schools just outside Washington, D.C., to douse rumors last month that they were banning the books entirely.

“Research in recent years has revealed strong racial undertones in many books written/illustrated by Dr. Seuss,” the school district said in a statement.

In 2017, a school librarian in Cambridge, Massachusetts, criticized a gift of 10 Seuss books from first lady Melania Trump, saying many of his works were “steeped in racist propaganda, caricatures, and harmful stereotypes.”

In 2018, a Dr. Seuss museum in his hometown of Springfield removed a mural that included an Asian stereotype.

“The Cat in the Hat,” one of Seuss’ most popular books, has received criticism, too, but will continue to be published for now.


When will the pushback occur? The tide of wokeness overwhelms what was once deemed anodyne children’s books (with many subversive leftist elements throughout Dr. Seuss’ works), a reminder seemingly harmless Dead White Males will not be spared from being poked and prodded by the politically correct instruments of today’s increasingly anti-white elite.

For as Dr. Seuss reminds us, we are the ones who will decide where we go.

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  1. Possumman says:

    Sneetches get steetches!

  2. Possumman says:

    Sneetches get steeches!

  3. On the positive side, here’s some push back on this cancel culture bs.
    Wealthy Texas U. donors have said, in essence, “No song, no dough.”
    And I hope they stick to it.

    • Agree: Orville H. Larson
    • Replies: @General Ripper
  4. What I love is everyone acts like blacks have nothing whatsoever to do with any of this. BS….They are the backdoor,literally,to all your White wives,ex-wives,White daughters..who promote this and every other anti-White message and censorship out there. Look at the black Caucus…look at how black women from the ghettos of America are actually voted into congress. WTF do you think,it’s just White Liberals…BS…

  5. Copyright law is Mickey Mouse.

    Copyrights on Dr. Seuss books should have expired decades ago.

  6. This older lady who used to run a pre-school near us is going to be so sad. She celebrated Dr. Seuss’ birthday with the kids each year, and I agree with her that he was the best children’s writer. His stuff is a joy to read to or with 3 to 6 year-olds.

    Now, this lady was a real lefty politics-wise, but some how not bat-s__t crazy about it like the young people are now. (I realized this when she started to praise the Commie so-called Pope Francis – see “More of the Papal Bull”. I just backed off, because she was so good with the kids.) Will the sane lefties get wise to the cultural destruction? Like the guy McNeil iSteve has been writing about, only when it’s way too late or when they are the latest victim, I guess.

  7. What rubbish!

    There’s a ___er in the Snigger is a timeless classic!

    • LOL: General Ripper
  8. Jimmy1969 says:

    Have been following this story carefully. Thanks for the article

  9. fnn says:

    I’m glad the Woke rulers now realize it was a mistake to provoke Japan into attacking the US.

    • LOL: Usura
  10. Bite Moi says:

    If you can’t raise 85 IQs,all you can do is handicap White men. White female IQ is irrelevant since they don’t think,they “feel”.

  11. I’m totally befuddled by this Dr. Seuss controversy. What the hell is he supposed to have done? Paul article tells us that he committed some offense in the way he drew his kiddie cartoons – but no examples. So I looked it up on Youtube. All the major cable news channels carried the same story but no examples. The View even had an episode but again not pictures or concrete examples.

    There were clearly cartoons that portrayed blacks in a less than flattering light. The Sambo cartoons were insensitive. But if there are cartoon characters in Dr. Seuss like that – let’s see them.

    • Replies: @AceDeuce
  12. I’m totally befuddled by this Dr. Seuss controversy. What the hell is he supposed to have done?

    Paul’s article tells us that he committed some offense in the way he drew his kiddie cartoons – but no examples. So I looked it up on Youtube. All the major cable news channels carried the same story but no examples. The View even had an episode but again not pictures or concrete examples.

    There were clearly cartoons long ago that portrayed blacks in a less than flattering light. The Sambo cartoons were insensitive. But if there are cartoon characters in Dr. Seuss like that – let’s see them.

    It’s very hard these days not to offend militant negroes. All TV commercials must contain one or more black characters and they must not be portrayed as having any negative characteristics. If the commercial mocks or has fun at the expense of a character – it must be a white. Blacks must be shown as wise and sympathetic.

    Saturday Night Live at one time could laugh at black foibles. But SNL can no more satirize a negro today than they can poke fun at Joe Biden.

    Blacks used to have a great supporter and promoter in Al Jolson. He pretended to be a negro and then sang sentimental ballads about how much he loved his black mama. Very wholesome stuff. Somehow a Jew who tried to honor blacks and advertise their gentler feelings became a symbol of racism. Maybe its just that blacks, being slow witted, missed the point.

    I lived through the switch in popular cinema in the sixties and seventies. Hollywood when run by whites made “In the Heat of the Night” where Sydney Poitier a brilliant tall, fit and well dressed black man is contrasted with the short, fat, slovenly and not too smart white cop Rod Steiger. But only a few years later blacks got to make their own movies and they were filled with black protagonists who were pimps, and pushers. The black leading men in black developed films were violent and criminal. More true to life but hardly flattering.

    So it’s hard to understand why anyone pays much attention to those wounded by supposedly harmful racist cartoons.

  13. Sad. The prog enstupidation of the USA continues.

    I can still remember ages ago, when I was in third grade, and “And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street” was my only escape from the bland stupidity of the Dick and Jane like material that constituted almost all of my classroom’s library. I might well have gone on to dismiss school-related reading as an utter waste of time were it not for that book and a few other school library texts written at a similar level of excellence.

  14. m. says:

    suck dick, u fkng dindus

  15. They’re cancelling nice old Jewish Socialists like Dr Seuss ! Oy vey, what’s the world coming to ? Never mind Charles Darwin, they’ll be coming for Karl Marx next.

  16. Odd how that works.

    He was a Commie you know.

  17. I copied this from Barnes & Noble’s website for the book, Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection.

    This collectible Dr. Seuss boxed set is perfect for inspiring a love of reading, and with five books in one super giftable set, it will complete any beginning reader’s shelf!

    An ideal gift for new parents, birthday celebrations, and happy occasions of all kinds, this collection of five beloved Beginner Books by Dr. Seuss will be cherished by young and old alike.

    Books in this boxed set include:
    The Cat in the Hat
    One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
    Green Eggs and Ham
    Hop on Pop
    Fox in Socks

    Originally created by Dr. Seuss himself, Beginner Books are fun, funny, and easy to read. These unjacketed hardcover early readers encourage children to read all on their own, using simple words and illustrations. Smaller than the classic large format Seuss picture books like The Lorax and Oh, The Places You’ll Go!, these portable packages are perfect for practicing readers ages 3-7—and lucky parents too!

    “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.” –President Barack Obama

    While it does not include any of the 6 books being banned, I’m wondering how long the endorsement of the former president for even this collection will be listed.

    I only searched the B&N site. For all of the banned books in hardcover it notes, “Temporarily Out of Stock Online”. I live northwest of Chicago. There are no stores that have the books in stock within 100 miles. Interesting.

  18. KenR says:

    This American society is one that tolerates Drag Queen Story Hours. So, don’t hold your breath on that pushback, for it ain’t coming.

    The whole shebang can’t burn to ashes fast enough.

  19. Squid says:

    Watch sales of the banned titles enjoy a little bump. Maybe that’s the real reason they’re ‘banning’ them. I momentarily considered buying copies myself, but decided I have better things to do.

    Wow, I have to shake this habit of assuming that everything, no matter how seemingly innocent, is a con.

  20. The book in question is available to buy on taobao, the Chinese amazon, in case you’re wondering. Once again the “free West” looking retarded.

    • Thanks: Almost Missouri
  21. Anonymous[336] • Disclaimer says:

    Sick, sick, sick I am. When my granddaughter was six years old, I took her to our local library for a Dr. Seuss birthday party. It was so much fun. Now, like most things, it’s been canceled. Too dumb, too much time on their hands, goofy women who teach goofy ideas, idiocy abounds. I’m waiting for the Mr. Rogers scandal to emerge. Has to be something very racist about that “neighborhood .”

  22. Rooster10 says:

    One of the joys I have is watching liberals cannibalize each other. It no longer matters that you present evidence of racism; the claim is good enough. Most people, especially liberals, are clueless to the tidal wave of pain about to hit the U.S.;much by their own doing. I’d say we’re inside a year now, perhaps a bit longer. The only thing I have to say to them is: this is what you wanted, this is what you get… now enjoy it.

    • Agree: Raccoon
    • Replies: @Shango
  23. one fishy, two fishy
    scrub away, wishy wishy

    this one has a little view,
    this one is a little new,
    this one doesn’t even have a clue.

    why are they mad, and bad, and just a wreck?
    i don’t know, go ask a blue check.

    all apologies, ted

  24. Trevor says:

    Michelle Obama is a Dr Seuss proponent. How can it be racist? Or is this just more Obama hypocracy?

    It wasn’t racist before but now it is because (((they))) say so?

  25. I checked Barnes & Noble’s website today. All 6 books in hardcover edition are “Temporarily Out of Stock Online”. I live northwest of Chicago. There are no stores within 100 miles that have any of these 6 books on the shelf.

    Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection is available along with some others not banned, but none of the 6 banned books are included here. The following endorsement is found in the overview of this book:

    “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.” –President Barack Obama

  26. Piglet says:

    OT: The Great Replacement advances in ways not anticipated:

    New Superman movie will reportedly star a Black lead

    In this film you can be sure the villains will be white. I can’t imagine paying to go see it. When it reaches the TV screen I’ll change the channel.

    The “new” Superman cannot have grown up on a Midwest farm. That’s too white. He’ll have had to grow up in a big city ghetto where he’s had to overcome white supremacy, systemic racism, cultural bias, etc., while turning his life around, going back to school, taking care of his many baby-mommas, studying to become a doctor so he can help all of duh chirren in duh hood, plus giving some hot lovin’ to his mudshark, Lois Lane, until some white devil/po-leezeman tries to do him in with Kryptonite.

    Q: Isn’t portraying Superman as black an example of the dreaded “cultural appropriation”? Or is it okay as long as non-whites are taking from whites, until whites have nothing left?

  27. In checking Barnes & Noble’s website, the 6 banned books are “Temporarily Out of Stock Online”. Another, Your Favorite Dr. Seuss, which is a collection of 6 stories and includes 3 of the banned ones, is also out of stock online. None of these editions are available in stores with 100 miles of me. I live northwest of Chicago.

    Regarding the collection, there were 43 reviews. None mentioned anything wrong with the content. However, they were 6 years or older.

    This collection, Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection, is available, but does not include any of the 6 stories banned. The following endorsement is included in the Overview:

    “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.” –President Barack Obama

  28. None of the 6 titles are available online at Barnes & Noble’s and none of their store have it in stock within 100 miles of me. I live northwest of Chicago.

    A collection of stories which include 3 of the banned is similarly unavailable/out-of-stock. The reviews were all favorable. However, they are 6 years or older.

    One collection available online and in-store, Dr. Seuss’s Beginner Book Collection, does not include any of the 6, but has the following endorsement:

    “Pretty much all the stuff you need to know is in Dr. Seuss.” –President Barack Obama

  29. Jiminy says:

    What about all the cats with an inferiority complex because they wanted a black and white hat and a red bow.
    Let the book burnings begin.
    Sam get back here, you dog faced pony soldier.
    I am, I am.
    If you don’t eat your eggs and ham, your not getting your dessert.
    Corn pop, please rub my long wet hairy legs.
    Come on.

  30. Polemos says:

    You can buy very vile pornographic magazines from gas stations anywhere there’s rancid, grease-covered machines and tractor trailers converging, disgorging men even more moist and saturated with stickiness than the oils they haul to keep it all moving. They are sometimes covered over by flat pieces of plastic. The magazines, I mean. Or nothing’s covered at all and no one gives a shit.

    Free speech allows endless gas station racks of women and men and all our new flesh bearing and baring viscera and smegma and bile from gaping mouths, fluids oozing along leather and steel and areola.

    But not a cartoon caricature incidental to some children’s story plot.

    • Replies: @General Ripper
  31. loren says:

    for a laff I went to CNN. bingo

    Dutch writer Marieke Lucas Rijneveld, who won the International Booker Prize in 2020, has withdrawn from a project to translate Black American poet Amanda Gorman’s work following a backlash against the commission.
    Rijneveld, who is White and non-binary!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! [i cant tell the gender]
    announced they were to work on the project with publisher Meulenhoff on February 23, only to say they had handed back the commission three days later

  32. loren says:

    where are the banned racist images?

    • Replies: @Three of Swords
  33. loren says:

    off topic

    pork in pandemic bill–abortion $ and a BILLION for racial justice in farming.

  34. RickTen99 says:

    All Dr Suess books will eventually be destroyed ala Farenheit 451 and replaced with a series of, The Adventures of George Floyd and I Was a Drug Dealers Girlfriend chronicling the life of Breonna Taylor. The new best sellers will be Whitey Bad and We Could Fly and Shiett.

    • Replies: @Lancelot_Link
  35. @Piglet

    Will Superbro’s kryptonite be a job application or child support?

    • Replies: @Possumman
  36. AceDeuce says:
    @Patrick Boyle

    One news story I saw today about this said that one of the books had an illustration showing Asians with slanted eyes eating out of a bowl using chopsticks.

    I have lived in Southern California and Hawaii, as well as the Far East, where I’ve also traveled extensively. I’ve been to Chinatowns from L.A. to NYC to London to Montreal.

    Spoiler alert: They have slanted eyes and often eat out of bowls using chopsticks.

    • LOL: General Ripper
    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  37. I will resist this nonsense by refusing to subscribe to Disney Plus until they reinstate “Song of the South” on their service.

    • Replies: @RickTen99
  38. USA1943 says:

    Some times I feel like the Far Left/Woke crowd is Anti White, anyone else ever think that?

    • Replies: @Curmudgeon
  39. Raccoon says:
    @Patrick Boyle

    As far as I understand the situation, Dr Seuss never had a cartoon character which portrayed a human being. He only drew IMAGINARY animals, sort of like Wookies.

    If there was a black, tan or yellow human cartoon, then it should be placed fairly and squarely in the public realm (given the current controversy) for pro or contra feedback.

    However, where an imaginary animal in cartoon form (sort of like a Wookie) is taken by the constantly offended to somehow represent a racial slur by the cartoonist, it has to be justified!

    They cannot.

    Give me a house
    Give me a mouse
    Is the mouse yellow?
    No need to be mellow!
    Is the mouse black?
    Is there a cat?
    Can you ban?
    Yes, we can!

    • Replies: @Eonic
  40. Raccoon says:

    Regarding your final paragraph – you are NOT AUTHORIZED to ask questions such as that…

  41. truthman says:

    Of course the most racist thing Geisel did was write the script for Your Job in Germany, which was full of anti-German hate, but something tells me he will never get much criticism for that.

  42. Dumbo says:

    As far as I could see, the only supposedly offensive stuff was the word “Chinaman” in one of those books. I think they just didn’t sell well and this was used as a woke excuse to terminate them. I never liked much Dr. Seuss books in any case. Still, it’s quite silly.

  43. Rahan says:

    There are many Anglospherical pop cultural sensations that didn’t become quite as popular in the outside world–Dr. Seuss is one of them.

    The insane popularity of his books in the US seemed “eternal” while the society that birthed him seemed eternal. Now that this society is being aggressively dismantled, his popularity with the new generation of parents and kids is dropping, and there is apparently no new external market to compensate this. Therefore it makes certain business sense to drop some books and play it up as a political virtue. On the other hand, if external non-PC markets are indeed appearing, it also makes business sense to “sacrifice” some books in the dying market for political points, while selling them in sane markets.

    Thus, I predict that there will be a very serious wave of pop cultural classics that have stopped generating crazy revenue within the US and UK, being “mildly canceled” locally, as in the corporations pandering to the new anti-White zeitgeist by chopping of bits of the original franchise, and try to keep the rest afloat through other media at the home market, and through all original media in the new markets.

    More broadly speaking, Roald Dahl (the ebil misogynist antisemite) will get the chop too, Alice in Wonderland, Mark Twain–the right holders will ritualistically apologize for insensitivity, “mildly cancel” some parts of the original, and then pay “new hip creators” to do upgraded versions which the mainstream will applaud, for a while, until the time comes to condemn them too and replace them with yet again “updated” versions.

    Sooner or later it will turn out that Milady de Winter was a mulatto transbian chased by three colonialist cis-scum xenophobes. Or, conversely, that d’Artagnan was a Saracen youth in a poly-something relationship with Atos, Portos, and Aramis, and Milady de Winter was the keyholder to his penis cage.

  44. Anon[319] • Disclaimer says: • Website

    I’m assuming a strong work ethic and personal accountability will be his kryptonite.

    • LOL: General Ripper
  45. RickTen99 says:
    @Enemy of Earth

    Very offensive film in my opinion. An elderly black man befriends a couple of white children who he teaches about the animals that he has come to know over the years singing and dancing, the black guy and the white kids are friends. The horror! Woke culture at its finest.

  46. Piglet says:
    @Patrick Boyle

    All TV commercials must contain one or more black characters…

    You aren’t kidding. There’s a Guinness beer commercial currently making the rounds and, along with some Irish, it features blacks. No other non-whites or non-Irish, just blacks. It’s as if an Irishman can’t go to his pub and enjoy a Guinness unless he’s joined by some hood rats.

    This commercial might make the Guinness makers feel PC but it hardly inspires me to want to drink their product. Never cared for it anyway, and now even less so.

  47. loren says:

    A college basketball coach is apologizing after using an analogy during a recent locker room talk in which he told his players that they needed to “stay on the plantation.”

    Creighton men’s basketball coach Greg McDermott made the comments following a tough loss to Xavier last week.

  48. My sincerest apologies to the author and all commenters for my duplicate entries. After my second attempt did not go through, I should have assumed it was just a momentary glitch in the system that prevented the comment from being viewed immediately for editing.

    Thank you, Mr. Kersey, for bringing this item to our attention.

  49. @loren

    You are not the only one asking this question.

  50. Shango says:

    Holy crap! What is going to happen!?

    • Replies: @Rooster10
  51. loren says:

    Was Vanilla Ice Cream Originally Black? –
    Search domain
    Vanilla ice cream was originally a deep, dark black color before white people demanded it be changed in 1912.

  52. @AceDeuce

    Spoiler alert: They have slanted eyes and often eat out of bowls using chopsticks.

    Yeah, I was wondering how they managed to pull that off in the 100+ Chinese restaurants in 6 countries, where I have eaten. Man, with racism like that, the next thing you know, suggesting that Ukrainians eat a garlic sausage will get you in trouble.

  53. @USA1943

    They aren’t “left”, they are useful idiots of global capitalism. No real “leftist” believes in open borders or mass immigration.

  54. @Piglet

    Guinness is extremely popular with Caribbean islanders, especially Jamaicans, and Bahamians, probably due to British influence (even though it’s from Ireland). I was drinking a Guinness at the end of the day on a big job site, and the Jamaicans were surprised to see a white boy drinking a “black beer” as they called it.

    • Replies: @Non PC Infidel
  55. @Piglet

    This is another example of loony policies to advantage black people. I’m of Irish extraction, I’ve been to Ireland and the Guiness brewery. I didn’t see any blacks there. In fact I’ve never a black drink a Guiness.

    Blacks drink Malt Liquor. I bought one once on Amazon I think. It was just dreadful. But I don’t like Scotch either. As they say – there’s no accounting for taste.

    OTOH – I got my second COVID vaccine yesterday. A month ago I got the first shot, and as I reported here, it was a nothing burger. No pain, no discomfort and the vaccination facility was fast and well organized. I wrote that to encourage those who would choose to get the vaccine later.

    But yesterday was different. It was like being in the Third Ring of Hell. When I got my Pfizer first vaccine there were only a few others. But yesterday they had increased the number scheduled by an order of ten times and they were administering three different versions – Pfizer One and Two and the Johnson and Johnson version (I think). They had a line out the door and down the block. It was like the opening of Star Wars except we were all young and healthy back then. This line looked like the auditions for roles in Night of the Living Dead. Lots of walkers, crutches and wheelchairs. When you got inside finally you were met by a horde of frazzled staff who screamed at us. Three separate streams of people trying to find the right line. They pasted color coded tags on us to try and keep us separate. Chaos.

    In the waiting room after I got the shot and had to sit observed for 15 minutes, the nurse called on me three times to speak to the others waiting. As a second timer, I told the terrified people there for the first time that I had had no reaction, pain or discomfort from the shot. The real misery was being herded around in an overcrowded nightmare medical facility. The other poor bastards had heard all these rumors and TV pundits warning the public about allergies and adverse reactions. I saw maybe fifty people after getting their shot and no one had any trouble. Except of course from the crowding, confusion and herding.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
  56. @Patrick Boyle

    “Saturday Night Live at one time could laugh at black foibles. But SNL can no more satirize a negro today than they can poke fun at Joe Biden.”

    I loved the original SNL (1975-80), with Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, John Belushi, Jane Curtin, Garrett Morris et al. It was funny as hell and politically incorrect.

    Sidney Poitier had another fine role in “To Sir, with Love” (1967), in which he played a teacher in a tough high school in London’s East End. His character–decency personified–was in stark contrast to his rowdy and vulgar students. Then, a few years later, the so-called “blacksploitation” movies were being made (“Shaft,” “Shaft’s Big Score,” “Shaft in Africa” and the like).

  57. @Bite Moi

    ” White women’s IQ is irrelevant since they don’t think, they feel”?? THIS woman “feels” like YOU are being judgemental, illogical, and stereotyping 50 % of human beings.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  58. There can be no doubt about the value of Dr. Seuss’ works, especially when validated by our former first laddie…er, lady.

  59. @Anonymous

    I’m waiting for the Mr. Rogers scandal to emerge. Has to be something very racist about that “neighborhood .”

    I’ll bet that there was red lining.

  60. @Piglet

    In this film you can be sure the villains will be white. I can’t imagine paying to go see it. When it reaches the TV screen I’ll change the channel

    When the ad hits the screen, I’ll change the channel. They track this now. Every time I see Donna Brazil’s face, I change the channel.

  61. Anonymous[233] • Disclaimer says:
    @Patrick Boyle

    You are actually one of the only people that could encourage me to get the covid shot. So far I haven’t, but your experience is encouraging. I heard that one facility, that was giving the shot, actually used a manager from the local Chick Filet to direct the flow of patients. Funny.

  62. Rooster10 says:

    Well the US dollar will be dethroned as the worlds primary reserve currency, this alone would be a catastrophic event, but it doesn’t stop there. With our borders wide open, we’re taking on millions of very poor uneducated people, who all need to be housed, fed, and medically taken care of. UBI will finish off what’s left of our monetary system, and hyperinflation will be the cherry on top. The system will come to a grinding halt, resulting in food shortages, medicine shortages, and overall chaos. Out of the ashes will rise a strong leader, who will most likely lead us down the path of WW3, that’s if we don’t devolve into Civil War 2 before then. Oh, and for the heck of it, I feel like TPTB will throw in a fake alien invasion, just to finish it all off.

    But who knows maybe I’m completely wrong, why don’t we check back in 5 years, assuming we have internet and this site is still up. Best of luck to you, maybe buy a little extra ammo just in case.

    • Replies: @Pirate999
  63. Eonic says:

    “Wookies”? Wasn’t Michelle Obama often called “The Wookie”? Was that what BHO was acknowledging when he said “All you need to know is in Dr Seuss”?

    • Replies: @Raccoon
  64. @RickTen99

    Don’t forget “Bicurious George” a favorite of the left!

    • LOL: WSG
  65. On the subject of “offensive” cartoons, I’m watching an old cartoon now, Warner Bros I think, that has an army of ants invading a picnic that a man and woman are having. At one point, the ants are trying to steal a loaf of Russian Rye. But before they do so, they put olives on their heads and do some kind of Russian dance, which is played for laughs.

    Where’s the outrage? Shouldn’t this one be banned, for being offensive to Russians?!

    Interestingly, I see the whole cartoon as a bit of an allegory for racial issues. Here, this happy white couple brings all this food to their picnic. And the ants, which are all drawn dark brown, are trying to take something that isn’t theirs. At one point, one ant tries to make a nice, big sandwich for himself, but then the man reaches behind him and grabs it, without seeing the ants, and eats it. And boy did that ant get mad! One of the best ways to make someone mad is to take back something they think they’re entitled to!

    And, the icing on the cake? The cartoon ends with one of the ants stealing a watermelon!

  66. AKINDLE says:

    What’s even worse to read….No. 2 on its highest-paid dead celebrities of 2020, behind only the late pop star Michael Jackson. Do people still spend money on this african pedophile? The only thing the United States is great at anymore is negrophilia.

    • Agree: General Ripper
  67. @Sick 'n Tired

    Did they proceed to try and claim that Guinness was “inbented” by black people? Wouldn’t surprise me if they did.

  68. Raccoon says:


    It was loudly deemed to be RACISS to refer to Big Mike as “The Wookie” – even though it was a comparison to a fictional creature, rather than a comparison to a baboon or some other ape.

  69. Jiminy says:

    If Biden can stay lucid long enough, he could probably take over from Dr. Seuss and publish his own range of children’s books. I’m certain he could easily fill them to the brim with absolute gobbledegook, far surpassing that of the jewish genius himself.
    Regaling children everywhere with harrowing tales of fighting corn poppy to the death, having kids at the pool run their hands up his long and wet hairy legs, maybe even a young Biden sniffing crack off an underage call-girl.
    He could probably do the colouring-in pictures by himself as well. Sit him in the corner with his pens and paper while Kam runs the show.
    Could be his calling in life. ( This version I have altered to avoid censorship).

    • LOL: WSG
  70. Pirate999 says:

    If some or all of the events you predict for the USA occurs in the next several years Question? will we still have to get the Covid needle and will we still have to wear a face mask in public or risk arrest by one of America’s woke way overpaid cops?

  71. When will they get to canceling all the Westerns? They might be considered as ‘genocidal’ against Indians.

    And when will they cancel all the Hollywood movies that featured Muslims as terrorists?

    • Replies: @Trevor
  72. AnalogMan says:
    @General Ripper

    I find that a rather odd comment, considering the article’s tone. Yes, the facts reported are encouraging, but the writer obviously doesn’t agree. His butthurt is what’s “awesome”. Love it.

  73. Trevor says:
    @Priss Factor

    (((They))) will probably cancel “Bone Tomahawk” and other movies that make indians look bad.

    I think (((they))) cancelled the movies that make sub-Saharan Africans look bad. All the movies where the Zulu lose seemed to be unavailable the last time I looked.

  74. Bite Moi says:
    @L in ATL hell

    L in ATL———Women “believe” whatever gets them attention.This is best illustrated by the increasing number of young children with gender dysphoria. This has been described as the current years equivalent of a diamond studded hat for the fat single mother.

  75. JonS says:

    Am I the only one who remembers when MULBERRY ST. was attacked for the line “Say, even JANE could think of that”?

  76. @Polemos

    Haven’t heard “smegma” in awhile.

  77. @Female in FL

    Unbelievable. Well, this is Pennsylvania, so, totally believable. Never have I seen a more confused state- Trump-voting, redneck, Confederate-flag emblazoned pickups with hunting rifle racks and lots and lots of Trebark attire, combined with effeminate, college-educated hipster males, and lots of corporate beta-males whose balls reside in their cloying, ascerbic wives’ purses.
    Oh, and lots of grunting, cursing, infrequently showered, unshaven tradesmen/ union laborer types grunting “Go Stillers!” and “Flyuhs!”

    Mind you, the white women are no peaches either- lots of hoarse, repugnant Filth-adelphia and Shittsburgh accents accentuated by heavy cigarette and marijuana smoking, along with surprisingly clean, white-guilt-ridden college-educated white females who talk loudly about “bad schools” but cannot actually process that the concept of bad schools in Pennsylvania almost exclusively (here’s looking at you, agricultural counties in Amish Country bringing in those Mexicans and Guatemalans) means schools with greater than 10% black students, and, perhaps the saddest, and most damning trend:

    White grandparents toting their 1-5 mulatto grandchild around the store while their white daughters are shooting up, smoking up, and selling their bodies to black men for drugs, black men who don’t know what their illegitimate spawn even look like, and who certainly never contribute financially.

    Pennsylvania is a microcosm of the United States of America. And it’s been in dire straits for two decades at least.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  78. Swamp Fox says:

    New book by Dr. Blue Juice: Oh, The Places You Will Go To Avoid The Negro!

    • LOL: Mr. Rational
    • Replies: @Jim in Jersey
  79. @Swamp Fox

    Other titles by the same author:

    Where Did ChicaGO, Dawg?

  80. Bite Moi says:
    @General Ripper

    General Ripper—-A niece is now proudly showing off her little nog. The baby daddy took off when she was 5 months pregnant. A second shower is planned for next month to help her with the rent.I intend to supply condoms.

  81. @Bite Moi

    What about the following month?

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  82. @Bite Moi

    Q:  How is a black boyfriend like a woman’s period?

    A:  They both disappear when she gets pregnant.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  83. Bite Moi says:
    @Female in FL

    Female in FL——Got me there.I fully expect another 3-4 little half-nogs from as many baby daddy’s.By the way,this is the same niece that bought the cutest little house in a bad neighborhood.I spent over 3K to install security screen doors and window protection.She still leaves doors unlocked.I expect her to meet her next boyfriend that way. Just Can’t Fix Stupid.

  84. Bite Moi says:
    @Mr. Rational

    Mr. Rational—– As the Lone Ranger used to say,”My work here is done.”

    • Replies: @Female in FL
  85. @Bite Moi

    Sgt. Preston always said that to King.

    • Replies: @Bite Moi
  86. Bite Moi says:
    @Female in FL

    Female in FL—–Didn’t know that.

  87. Piglet says:
    @Bite Moi

    At my last job there was an office orc in his 20s who was living with his mudshark. When he got her pregnant, all of his fellow office workers (all white) happily congratulated him, patting him on the back and shaking his hand. It was as if he had achieved some great feat worth of high praise. I was astounded because I was old enough to remember a time when getting a girl pregnant out of wedlock was hardly a time for celebration, and being the guy who made it happen was reason for others to look upon said person with jaundiced eyes.

    Sidebar: I remember when I was a kid living in the northern Virginia suburbs, then still overwhelmingly white (the leftist political takeover and the invasion from Central America and the rest of the Third World were not even thought possible yet), my father loaded us in the station wagon one night and drove us into DC to see the Ringling Brothers Barnum & Bailey circus show. As we were nearing a parking lot we could see an orc dressed up like “pimp daddy” and on each arm he had a scantily dressed mudshark. Knowing how my father would react, we pointed this out to him. Being a Southern gentleman, he said the orc should be shot and the two white girls should be spanked with a 2×4. We laughed then, not realizing that what we were seeing that night would help to lead to our present situation.

    Back to my original story: As you might guess, the orc soon dumped his pregnant mudshark and began shacking up with another, one who didn’t have a bun in the oven (I’m sure that came later), and in the months and years to come there were probably grandparents toting around another future “student” at Negro University. By now he may have earned his “scholarship” there.

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