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The team remains irresistible in the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day – Indy News

The series will be a weekly feature on human events that will shed a bright light on social media activity among those who claim to be part of the “diversity and tolerance” crowd.

Every week, we take a look at what’s happening in the world of social media. While traditional big platforms quickly silence conservative voices, even for the right posting, they seem to let others say whatever they want, regardless of the level of animosity.

Brent Hamachek, managing editor

By now, you’ve probably noticed that there are elusive, ever-changing, progressive-set rules surrounding holiday celebrations:

Kids looking for Halloween costumes make sure their race Match That’s their favorite Disney character. Thanksgiving is upon us, which means the holiday season is in full swing.Day of mourning“And you probably have a vague idea about whether people are allowed to celebrate Cinco de Mayo and there are definite rules about how – but they’re lucky to find out what they are.”

But one might be forgiven for thinking it was possible to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in peace. What can be said about St. Patrick’s Day? A look at social media on Thursday reveals a major complaint about the holiday: white people seem to enjoy it.

One Twitter user suggested that it was “because it makes them feel cultured,” while another suggested that “white Americans named Irish” prefer to “make it about them.”

Great day for American whites with Irish names to make it about them

– Other Troy Riley (wrylyrogers) March 17, 2022

I think white people like St. Patrick’s Day because it makes them feel cultured. The amount of family I saw all decorated out green today ,,, by no means were they all Irish

– Angel (Thunderquiles) March 18, 2022

One has been deleted TweetOne user whose bio-note “(they / they)” wrote the pronoun, “Every St. Patrick’s Day I remind you that racism against whites is really funny.”

I hate white people on St. Patrick’s Day

– Hannah (lilsm00ch) March 16, 2019

Another suggested that the holiday should be named “white people are drunk and urinating in the streets.” A suggestion that would be mildly funny, if the double standard isn’t so hard to ignore, it illustrates it perfectly.

St. Patrick’s Day should be renamed the day white people get drunk and urinate in the streets

– No͓̽v͓̽a͓̽ (noxnovacraigx) March 17, 2022

The reason St. Patrick’s Day is so popular in Greek life is that it is a day that celebrates whites, and most Greek lives are white.

– Speaking of Pigs (capecchiluver69) March 18, 2022

Opponents of the more outspoken St. Paddy’s refer to the holiday as a celebration of “white man’s colony” or “created by whites for the economic benefit of whites.”

People celebrating St. Patrick’s Day are just reminded of the fact that a bunch of basic white bitches will have a lot of fun at Cinco de Mayo and Juntinthe, just like why would I celebrate a white man’s colony?

– Rinmoshizikato (@BraginMorgan) March 18, 2022

People celebrating St. Patrick’s Day are just reminded of the fact that a bunch of basic white bitches will have a lot of fun at Cinco de Mayo and Juntinthe, just like why would I celebrate a white man’s colony?

– Rinmoshizikato (@BraginMorgan) March 18, 2022

St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, July 4, etc. are all holidays created by whites for the economic benefit of whites. It’s not a coincidence that there is at least one so-called ‘main’ holiday to ‘celebrate’ each month, “explains Jamal Nelson – author of a children’s book entitled” Melanin Comes With Power “.

St. Patrick’s Day, Valentine’s Day, Christmas, Thanksgiving, Halloween, July 4, etc. are all holidays created by whites for the economic benefit of whites. It’s not a coincidence that there is at least one so-called “main” holiday to “celebrate” every month.

– Brother Jamal Nelson (al Maal317) March 17, 2022

“I’ve thought long and hard about it, and I can say with certainty that Irish Americans are the worst of all subgroups of whites. At one point and I love to highlight it,” wrote another user.

I’ve thought long and hard about it, and I can say with absolute certainty that the Irish Americans, the worst BC of all sub-divisions of whites, were not always considered “white” and never forgot, and were actually persecuted to one point and love to bring it.

– Annie B (annie_ebee) March 17, 2022

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