October 13, 2017

CBC applauds politically correct Halloween costume store (but there's a catch)

David MenziesMission Specialist


It’s October and that means the social justice warriors and their useful idiots in the mainstream media are out in force screaming about culturally-appropriated Halloween costumes.

The good news, according to CBC, is that “Halloween stores are starting to get the cultural appropriation message”, but the bad news according to an indigenous social media activist is, “Offensive costumes can still be found.”

But since it’s 2017, we have to change lest something offend somebody which is why the CBC applauds Toronto’s Malabar costume shop for its new politically correct costume policy to steer clear of costumes related to cultures.

Except for one, that is.

So a Pocahontas costume is verboten, but if you want to dress up as a pregnant Catholic nun – well, you go girl!

 

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commented 2017-10-16 00:26:29 -0400
I’m going to dress like the topless feminist at the pride parade with a Trudeau picture.
Now that will be offensive!
commented 2017-10-15 10:53:58 -0400
Addition to the list- Bill Morneau, simply dress in a suit and tie, carry a copy of the very expensive Budget 2017 while wearing vampire teeth; he’s sucking the disposable income from taxpayers through tax schemes – government theft! Pin a sign to your back which states, “Not declaring my French villa was an administrative oversight”
commented 2017-10-14 12:06:17 -0400
Don’t forget Trudeau’s famous “if you kill your enemy, they win”.
Must be a lesson he learned while sitting on the knee of his daddy the rich elitist sob who rode the streets of Montreal on a motorcycle wearing a German helmet during WWII.
What a family of lice ridden islanimals.
commented 2017-10-14 11:31:52 -0400
Hey Rebels, if you are attending a costume party later this month, maybe consider making a costume to deride the various Ministers that make up the LPC. Here a few suggestions:
Justin Trudeau – pin some silly socks to your “hipster” outfit. Don’t forget to pin the Eid socks right beside the rainbow socks. Maybe add a few Trudeauisms to your costume “The budget will balance itself” “Irregular arrivals, arrive to Canada in an irregular way” “I’m a feminist”, make multiple copies of this declaration and pin them everywhere. “We will grow our economy from the heart out” " I admire China’s basic dictatorship" “Diversity is our strength”. “Canada is a post-national state with no identity”
" We should not call honour killings barbaric" “Terrorists will keep their passport” “Mr. Castro made significant improvements to the education and healthcare of his island nation.”

Option 2 – Wear traditional Islamic garb and carry a sign which says, “Yes Canada, I converted!” Don’t forget to wear silly socks with sandals.

Sophie Gregoire Trudeau – This is easy and doesn’t require a lot time. Find or make a T-Shirt which says “I’m with stupid” with an arrow; carry a microphone so you can break into song at the most inopportune moments.

Harjit Sajjan, Minister of Stolen Valour – Wear a nice suit and buy up all the fake medals you can find at the costume store and Dollarama, pin them to your suit jacket willy nilly. Maybe add a few to a stylish turban.

Please add to the suggestion list.
commented 2017-10-13 15:10:02 -0400
I’m thinking of going trick or treating dressed as an islanimal.
However, where can I get a goat?
I would also like to have an old lady of about 75 and a hockey stick to beat her with.
I will also have to remove my brain so that I can’t think independently but have some pedophile Muslim Imam control what I do or say.
commented 2017-10-13 14:59:07 -0400
If these shops ever dropped their double standard hypocrisy and went all the way, they would resemble that Monty Python cheese shop that didn’t sell any cheese. If my memory serves me correct, John Cleese shot the proprietor at the end of that skit.
commented 2017-10-13 13:57:53 -0400
I always stay away from all things the CBC likes.
commented 2017-10-13 11:39:44 -0400
If these retail shops capitulate to the “Halloween activists” then, like David pointed out, they should go all the way. Think of the savings, leasing large spaces can be reduced to a 10 × 10 closet with the “appropriate” costumes for the sheeple to rent or buy!

Next year, they will target animal costumes citing the indignity it creates for four legged creatures who only want to exist in peace.

They have no problem with skimpy costumes made for children; sexualizing kids is acceptable to these regressives. These costumes have been on the market for several years now, and, not a peep from the hypocrites.
commented 2017-10-13 09:48:00 -0400
I am not sure why the “indigenous social media activist” is upset about Indian costumes being sold in costume stores. After all, those stores must be where the “grand chiefs” buy their Hollywood Indian costumes, with the big Hollywood bonnet.