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NHS Nurses’ Haka Dance Blasted as “Cultural Appropriation”

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A now deleted viral video in which NHS workers in the UK performed a modified version of the haka, a ceremonial dance in Maori culture, has been condemned as “cultural appropriation.”

The video received over 600,000 views on Twitter before it was removed, presumably in response to claims that it was racist.

In the clip, nurses from the Tavistock Day Case Theatre in England performed the iconic dance while wearing white headbands and black face paint.

At the end of the video, one of the nurses screams, “This is the message we wish to affirm, you’ll never beat us we hate you, you germ. Together we’ll triumph with the strength from within. Mankind will destroy you, mankind will win.”

However, despite following a trend of other dancing videos by health professionals which have been labeled both “cringe” and “courageous” by viewers, the haka version was deemed to have crossed the line of political correctness.

Maori cultural advisor Karaitiana Taiuru said the video was “absolutely offensive and degrading” and that the nurses were “re-enacting blackface” by painting black streaks on their faces.

“What appears to be headbands is reminiscent of the culturally appropriated Maori dolls and a cultural stereotype that all Maori wear headbands and have facial tattoo,” said Taiuru.

“There is no reasonable excuse why any semi-educated person with access to the internet, from anywhere in the world, to not know that mocking another person’s culture is offensive,” he added, arguing that the video was “blatant cultural abuse that is verging on being racist.”

Taiuru also suggested that the performance may be a violation of the Haka Ka Mate Attribution Act of 2014.

“There appears to be a fixation with many people in the UK with Maori culture and what appears to be an inherited colonial perceived right to appropriate Maori culture with marketing of food and beverages and more so in particular to mocking the Haka,” complained Taiuru.

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Video: Couple Filmed Wearing Dog Cone-Style Corona Visors

The new normal.

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A video out of Argentina shows a couple proudly walking down the street wearing full upper body visors that resemble dog cones to protect against coronavirus.

Welcome to your new normal.

Apparently, the contraptions are called ‘Breathe Well Tubes’ and look completely ridiculous.

The clip shows the couple happily posing for people who want to take pictures of them wearing the visors, which cover their entire body from the chest upwards.

As we previously highlighted, last month the Governor of Maine ordered restaurant staff to wear anti-COVID visors upside down so they resemble dog cones in order to direct breath upwards.
The measure was questioned given that air conditioning units can facilitate the spread of coronavirus.

The mass normalization of face coverings as a means of creating a compliant and hive-mind population was predicted by author Ernst Jünger in his dystopian classic The Worker 90 years ago.

The book, published in 1930, foresaw the uniformity of the new age symbolized by everyone wearing some form of face covering to atomize their identity.

In 1984, George Orwell also described the masses of Airstrip One as, “a nation of warriors and fanatics, marching forward in perfect unity, all thinking the same thoughts and shouting the same slogans…three hundred million people all with the same face.”

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Video: Dozens of People in New Jersey Stop Their Cars, Mistake Blimp For a UFO

Americans have lost basic critical thinking skills.

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Numerous video clips out of New Jersey show people stopping their cars on a busy highway to express their shock at witnessing a “UFO” that is clearly a Goodyear blimp.

The first clip shows the hovering blimp, while a woman who sounds Mexican exclaims, “Oh my God!”

The object is clearly a blimp and its flashing light can be seen blinking in the video.

“Look the whole street has fucking stopped!” says another man. “There’s a fucking flying spaceship!” The camera then pans around to show numerous other people filming the blimp.

“Everybody’s stopping their cars and looking and literally recording,” says another woman.

“OK, this is literally a fucking UFO, it’s just floating,” says a man in another clip showing the blimp, which was in the air near Teterboro Airport yesterday.

“Hi why is literally nobody talking about how there was a genuine ufo sighting in New Jersey,” tweeted someone else.

The clips also prompted ‘UFO’ to begin trending on Twitter.

Other videos clearly show the culprit, a Goodyear blimp.

The sheer gullibility and naivety of so many people thinking a blimp is actually an alien spaceship is a perfect illustration of how Americans are so easily led and have lost basic critical thinking skills.

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High School Football Players Suspended For Flying Flags to Honor 9/11 Cops & Firefighters

School superintendent claims flags expressed a “political perspective.”

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Two high school football players were suspended indefinitely after they carried flags onto the field honoring police officers and firefighters who lost their lives on 9/11.

On Friday, the two Little Miami High School players took to the field carrying a Thin Blue Line and a Thin Red Line flag.

When asked by Local 12 whether he was trying to make a political statement, senior cornerback Brady Williams, whose father is a police officer, responded, “No, not at all. I was just doing it to honor the people that lost their lives 19 years ago.”

Jarad Bentley, who carried the Thin Red Flag, told the station, “I was all for it. Because my dad is a firefighter, and if it had been him killed on 9/11, I would have wanted someone to do it for him.”

However, the pair were suspended indefinitely by the school’s superintendent after disobeying an order not to carry the flags.

“We can’t have students who decide to do something anyway after they’ve been told that they shouldn’t be doing it,” said Gregory Power, who claimed the flags were expressing a “political perspective” that other families may not agree with.

Power subsequently claimed he was getting “hate” messages from people who disagreed with his decision.

While people are allowed and even encouraged to show deference and support at sports games for Black Lives Matter, a violent revolutionary Marxist group, honoring 9/11 victims is apparently a “political statement.”

However, Williams was defiant, telling the station, “I realize that this was more than just a football team; these guys are now my brothers.”

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