Let’s set the stage if you will excuse the pun. Recently we had some Jewish woman who pretends to be White (yes another “my fellow White people” effort) telling us that we are evil from dressing up as characters from “other backgrounds” i.e. non-White because it is raaaayciss.
Dressing children up as Disney’s Moana this Halloween is racist, according to one parenting blogger.
While parents should also think twice about letting their brood dress up as Elsa from Frozen because her character promotes ‘white beauty’.
Writing in her popular blog Raising Race Conscious Children, parent blogger activist Sachi Feris urged parents not to dress their children up as characters from backgrounds different to their own as it is ‘cultural appropriation.’
Although many would see the strong-minded Moana as a perfect role model for their child, Feris said it’s racially insensitive and risks parodying Polynesian culture.
Describing her own discussions with her five-year-old daughter, Feris said: ‘Moana is based on real history and a real group of people.
‘If we are going to dress up a real person, we have to make sure we are doing it in a way that is respectful. Otherwise, it is like we are making fun of someone else’s culture.’
Well why don’t these same people complain about when people from those “other backgrounds” dress up as Whites?
Let’s take a recent example.
The latest Thor movie.
In Norse mythology, Heimdallr is a god who possesses the resounding horn Gjallarhorn, owns the golden-maned horse Gulltoppr, has gold teeth, and is the son of Nine Mothers. Heimdallr is attested as possessing foreknowledge, keen eyesight and hearing, is described as “the whitest of the gods” and keeps watch for the onset of Ragnarök while drinking fine mead in his dwelling Himinbjörg, located where the burning rainbow bridge Bifröst meets heaven.
So in Norse mythology, the mythology of White people Heimdall, the Whitest of Gods, is played by a Nigerian.
And they give out to us about cultural appropriation?
What about the Valkyries?
Well here is a depiction of a Valkyrie from the mythology.
Here is what Taika Waititi, Stan Lee and the other non-Whites at Marvel studio consider a Valkyrie.
Somewhat different even from the comics…
Taika Waititi doesn’t care about cultural appropriation so long as it is White culture that is being appropriated.
I don’t care about cultural appropriation either.
If someone wants to play dress up that’s fine.
The problem is that it is not about “cultural appropriation” or whatever.
It is about attacking and stealing from White people.
Non-Whites and Jews create these rules and then whine when you ask them to live by them too.