The next great Civil Rights crusade

After a number of recent court decisions mandating same-sex “marriage,” many conservatives predicted it was just a matter of time until we’d hear demands for the recognition of group marriage (polyamory).


But there’s a cause more pressing than the “right” of three or more to consider themselves married. That cause is neatly summarized in the following headline and linked story:

13-year-old girl raped by more than a dozen illegal aliens in Texas

Not only does this crisis pertain to the ongoing and escalating War against the Family, but also reveals the great cultural divide that’s only going to escalate, as articles such as this illustrate. In Mexico, you see, the age of consent is 12, rather than 18, as required by those stuffy old Anglos. And laws that enforce the values of white culture are inherently racist, as any tenured radical will kindly explain to you. (Hint: It’s called “white privilege.”)

That’s why I predict lowering the age of consent to 12 will be the next battle in the never-ending Civil Rights crusade. It would strike a double blow against white culture, on both traditional sex roles as well as on traditional cultural norms. It’s a win-win for multiculturalism.

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51 thoughts on “The next great Civil Rights crusade

  1. roho

    What timing?………The Spainish Government just also groveled to the Jews announcing that “All jews and decendants of the Sephardic Jews” purged during the Inquisition should return as “Children Of Spain”………LOL!

    That simply confirms for me that Spain’s government has now been completely seized by the Zionist.

    God help the wonderful people of the Basque Region. (God bless Ferdinand and Isabella!)

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