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Jun 21 2019

War on the West Claims Mission Bell in Santa Cruz

Moonbats must be down in the dumps, after only two of the Supremes proved malevolent enough to want to tear down a 40-foot-high, 100-year-old World War I memorial in Maryland for being shaped like a cross. Let’s cheer them up a bit. Despite a few minor setbacks, their war on heritage, on history, and on Christianity continues to go well for them. From University of California, Santa Cruz:

In partnership with the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band, UC Santa Cruz will be removing the mission bell that is located on campus. The bell was originally donated to the campus by a local women’s club many years ago and is located near the Hahn Student Services Building.

The historic bell is a thought crime. Here’s why:

Mission bells, which were installed across the state to memorialize the California Missions, are viewed by many populations as a symbol of racism and dehumanization of their ancestors.

These “many populations” should not include regular Americans, obviously. Nor should they include Hispanics. California missions were outposts of Christianity established by the Spanish before California became American.

However, militantly aggrieved Indians don’t like Spanish missions like San Juan Bautista and Santa Cruz, which represent the spread of Western Civilization, supposedly at the expense of their ancestors, whom the missions were established to evangelize.

Therefore, the bell must go, just like Chief Wahoo. Look out, San Diego Padres. You could be next.

The bell is scheduled to be removed today. The event will comprise one more nail in the coffin of the West.

On tips from Mr. Freemarket and 1-Bodhisattva.



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