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Nov 17 2019

Words “Boomer” and “Sooner” Now Offensive

As we approach the ultimate goal of limiting permissible vocabulary to inarticulate whimpers of submission, deletions from the Newspeak Dictionary come fast and furious. The words “boomer” and “sooner” must now be removed because they have been declared offensive to politically sacred American Indians.

From the University of Oklahoma’s OU Daily:

The Undergraduate Student Congress saw legislation authorizing a name change for the Sooner Freshman Council, among other things, in its Nov. 12 meeting.

Student Government Association President Adran Gibbs, who authored the act mandating a name change for the group, said the words “boomer” and “sooner” are inherently offensive to the Native American community.

Gibbs says that OU students are merely “visitors on this land,” which he evidently regards as belonging not to those who settled it, but to Indians. It appears that Indians have the authority to declare which words we are and are not allowed to say on their land.

Native American Taylor Broadbent was called upon to explain why Oklahomans can’t say “boomer” or “sooner” anymore.

Broadbent said the words were originally used to describe settlers in the Land Run of 1889, which facilitated the theft of tribal land.

Presumably the word “settler” will be forbidden soon on the same basis.

They would cut to the chase and just ban anything remotely connected with Western Civilization so as to return the hemisphere to the hand-to-mouth pre-Columbian era of human sacrifice, cannibalism, and savagery, but progressives like to do things progressively.

The act passed with a roll-call vote of 19-8-7.

Yet Taylor Broadbent still isn’t happy. He pouted:

“I was saddened by the amount of ‘noes’ and ‘abstains’ in the voting process.”

This is a classic example of the tactic known as “crybullying.” It is far more effective than the raping, pillaging, and murdering of settlers that took place in days gone by.

On a tip from TheChaoticStorm. Hat tip: Heartland College Sports.




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