Sunday, March 04, 2007

Hard to handle

Now, here's a tough one to handle for anyone obsessed with identity politics, and the dialectic of the oppressed versus the oppressors:

OKLAHOMA CITY — Cherokee Nation members voted Saturday to revoke the tribal citizenship of an estimated 2,800 descendants of the people the Cherokee once owned as slaves.
UPDATE - I stand corrected (and this deserves to be on the main page). Comment from a regular barrage of midgets:
Nah, that's easy: It's false consciousness. The verbal violence of white male hegemony has cracked the solidarity that members of the diverse ethnic community instinctively feel. This just proves how necessary it is to shut down the right-wing noise machine. As long as brownshirted white male redneck stormtroopers like Michelle Malkin are permitted to engage in their devastating and savagely violent attacks from behind the convenient screen of the First Amendment, social justice is an impossibility.

1 comment:

A Regular Barrage of Midgets said...

Nah, that's easy: It's false consciousness. The verbal violence of white male hegemony has cracked the solidarity that members of the diverse ethnic community instinctively feel. This just proves how necessary it is to shut down the right-wing noise machine. As long as brownshirted white male redneck stormtroopers like Michelle Malkin are permitted to engage in their devastating and savagely violent attacks from behind the convenient screen of the First Amendment, social justice is an impossibility.