Saturday, November 15, 2014

60 Jailed in Gouda For Protesting Black Pete

The postmodernist activists waging war on Black Pete are going for the kill this year. Even the UN and the international media joined battle. Yet scant research in ethnographic sources testifies to quite different roots than racism and slavery.

The public debate hasn't stopped for over a year, with politicians and judges entering the fray, upto the highest judicial Court entering a correct verdict earlier this week that the appearance of Black Pete isn't up to the rulers to decide. But postmodern protesters, with in their wake a host of 'antifascist' activists have not given up. Crying children, scared to death and a people squarely behind the popular figure of Black Pete, even if dressed up like a politically correct Gouda cheese.