Black Pete Is Racism

19 Sep

Zwarte Piet is Racisme


2 Responses to “Black Pete Is Racism”

  1. Harry November 12, 2013 at 8:42 pm #

    Black Pete doesn’t excists. So he can’t fall under the constitution. He doesn’t hinder black people in their expression. If you want to dress up like a black pirate, you would have similar looks with Black Pete. The Moor pirate who terrorised the Miditerrenean Sea and was stopped in 1817 by the English and Dutch Navy when they bombarded Algiers. And definitly when France in 1819 occupied the country.
    Black Pete showed up round 1850. Saint Nicholas presents the cristianaized black pirate. Don’t fear he’s telling us, now the pirate is a friend. At least that was the wish. Now the pirates are back, and black. Let us make them Black Pete.

    Friend of Black Pete

  2. No Black Pete November 18, 2017 at 4:13 pm #

    Dear White People: Saint Nick (Sanctus Nicolaus) Was Not White

    Ladies, Gentlemen, children of all ages…

    I regret to inform all those who thought Santa must be white that he is a fictional character. Of course, the bigger picture will be shown; our modern day fictional Santa Claus is based on a real historical figure. He wasn’t white.

    Saint Nick is based on a historical figure known as Nikolaos of Myra or ((Latin) and he lived from 15 March 270 to 6 December 343. He was from Greece, but only by the way of political boundaries. He was born in Patara, which is in the Antalya Province, modern day Turkey. This means that he isn’t white, at least by today’s standards anyway. In fact he would look like an old Middle-Eastern fellow with white hair, among the ethnicity that hasn’t been considered a part of the white conglomerate since 9/11. If Saint Nick existed in modern day America, white people would beat him in the streets in a Islamophobic hate crime. More to the point, The real Saint Nick has more in common with Retired Army vet Larry Jefferson-Gamble — The 2016 Mall of America’s Santa Claus — than any Nordic or German looking man.
    By Afrosapiophile

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