October 21, 2017
I’ve always loved Halloween. When I was a kid, it was my favorite holiday of the year. The opportunity to dress up like your favorite superhero or scary monster, and go out trick-or-treating with the other kids was something we all looked forward to way in advance of October 31st.
It was the 1970’s, and although the country had been force-integrated by the courts, there had not yet been time for actual neighborhoods and large sections of towns to become “diverse.” There was still high trust, and everybody knew everybody else. It was safe enough that if you were eleven or twelve years old, your parents didn’t mind letting you go out yourself.
Cute kid dressed as Your Friendly Neighborhood Azzmador
There were already urban myths being reported in the media advising parents not to let their kids keep anything but prepackaged candies, due to the rumor that some fiend somewhere had poisoned homemade treats, and for parents to closely inspect said candy for signs of needles, as there was also a rumor that someone, somewhere, had given out candy filled with needles and/or razor blades. I’m told that by the mid-eighties this rumor had morphed into them being AIDS needles.
But it was still a safe environment, and when my sister and I would come home with candy apples and popcorn balls, my mother would ask who gave them to us and we’d say “Mrs. Jones over on Alamo Drive,” and Mom would say, “okay, well she’s a nice lady, you can keep them.”
She did examine the candy as suggested by the local news, and not one needle or razor was ever found.
By the early 1980’s I was too old to go trick or treating anymore, but I still had a couple of years where I got to escort my sister and her friends as they went door to door, and that was just as enjoyable, in a different way.
Then I grew up, and moved to DFW for work. Living in highly diverse apartment complexes, I never saw anyone trick-or-treating, and being a busy and self-absorbed young adult, I really didn’t think about it.
Fast forward to The Current Year™️, and we have this sorry tale:
WALPOLE (CBS) – The decorations are out and Halloween is two weeks away but there’s controversy at Boyden Elementary School in Walpole. The school will not be having its annual Halloween costume parade this year.
“I think it’s a lot of political correctness,” a Walpole woman said. “I think it’s a shame because Halloween is the funnest day of the year next to Christmas for children.”
In a message to parents the school principal says, “…the costume parade is out of our ordinary routine and can be difficult for many students. Also, the parade is not inclusive of all the students and it is our goal each and every day to ensure all student’s individual differences are respected.”
On Friday the school will have a Halloween party after school hours, but the school says Halloween itself will be “Black and Orange” spirit day.
Parents WBZ-TV spoke with are not happy about the decision to cancel the parade.
“We have grand-kids going to Boyden School. Wonderful school,” a grandmother of a student said. “The Halloween party should happen on Friday cause all the kids are excited.”
“Put a costume on. Parade down the street. Let them have their little time,” a Walpole man said. “Why do you have to turn it into something political?”
Everything is political in The Current Year™️. Our public education institutions have run amok with this PC garbage because they have been run by Cultural Marxist filth who view the schools as indoctrination laboratories where they work their dirty business on our kids for generations.
I did a lot of research trying to find out who precisely it was who was not being included, which kids this was allegedly protecting from being ostracized, and I came up with a big zero. Why am I not surprised?
This was covered by countless local news outlets and not one “journalist” thought to ask that question?
I could only come up with a couple of answers myself.
- Most likely, Muslims. They hate everything Western, and seem to have a religious rule against anything fun, and these shitlibs pander to their every whim, often without even being asked.
- Welfare blacks. I’m sure many single mammies are too busy getting they hair did and banging every Tyrone and Jamal in da hood to worry about sheeit like getting their kids a Halloween costume, so it could be that too.
It could be something else as well. The country is so dysfunctional with multiculturalism at this point, that for all I know it could offend Samoans, or atheists, or Hottentot tribesmen. And we all must bow to anything not straight, White, Christian, or male.
But this is just a nail in the coffin really. About 12 years ago, when I moved back to East Texas, I began decorating the yard early in October every year. Ghosts, lights, the whole nine yards. I even made real jack o’ lanterns. I really enjoyed it, and I looked forward to seeing the parents bring their little ones in their costumes and giving out candy.
The first year, 2005, I had maybe half a dozen people come. I still remember a young family who brought their little toddler, and they had her dressed up as a little angel. It was very cute, and made the whole thing worthwhile.
As the years passed less and less kids came by. The last few years no White children at all.
Mexicans have begun moving into our neighborhood and so we would get a few of those.
Last year, I decorated again, bought plenty of candy, and had a P.A. outside playing spooky music.
Not one person came.
This year, I decided not to bother. It’s very depressing on many levels.
I hate that the generations that followed me have not had the pleasure of a Halloween night out trick-or-treating, which was one of the most fun and wholesome things a kid could do. And I hate that they won’t have the fond memories of having done so.
But most of all, I hate the Jews for this. It is their program of forcing diversity on us by any means necessary that is the obvious culprit at the bottom of this.
I hope I live to see the day when we have restored our nation and stopped these kikes.
Then we can decorate our yards with ornamental gas chambers and ovens, and the scariest costume available will be the Happy Merchant.