- Aug 8, 2013
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I noticed this the most in your first entry on Neverland in Birth By Sleep. You went for like 2 to 3 paragraphs addressing how "problematic" calling it the Indian Camp was. There was a similar issue with the name of Washington Redskins Football team and most of the outrage came from privileged white people. When they actually asked Native Americans what they thought, it turned out in a poll that 9 in 10 didn't give a shit about the name. If you're going to get offended for another group of people based on a map name taken from a film from the 1950's, why preach it to us?
You want a vote to say whether or not a nearly exterminated race of people that cannot show up in bulk to a vote because they're a nearly exterminated group of people deserve to be further demeaned? And believe me, I wouldn't allow any vote to permit the humiliation and demeaning of another race, but the fact that you don't see the inherent second layer of the problem is beyond the pall.
By the way, I'm not a university student, I am - as I specified in my first post - much older than most KH fans, and am simply someone who uses terms used in the real world to deal with real problems. That you consider someone concerned with the genocide of the First Nations to be a mislead child who doesn't know how to see "grey areas" is a tremendous problem in its own right.
In the time you've been here, you have mocked and attacked a psychiatric treatment method, defended the right to attack the mentally ill (implied by the previous, but also said outright), defended the use rape threats, and demanded I be silent about a national issue of racial genocide. Given that both of you have seen fit to bring up this Redskins survey as though it justifies your racism, I assume you're also the commentor I blocked at my blog who decided to declare that Canadians have no right to talk about their own internal issues.
Go the hell away from me, you piece of shit.