May 2, 2018
— Keziah (@daumkeziah) April 22, 2018
I’ve seen a lot of racism in my day… But this is taking it to a whole ‘nother level.
Here at the Daily Stormer, we make funny jokes about doing racisms and stuff. We might point out that a Jew has a big nose and is greedy, or that Blacks are stupid and should be wiped out. It’s all in good fun.
But generation Z, tho. They’re crazy. As I read on what these young ones are doing, I get nervous that they’re going to shove me in the gas chamber right along with the Jews for being a cuck.
What I’m trying to say here, is that these teens ain’t messing around.
A Woods Cross High School student is facing online criticism and accusations of racism after wearing a traditional Chinese “cheongsam” dress to prom and posting photos on Twitter.
Keziah Daum posted an album (below) of four pictures showing her wearing the dress at the Utah State Capitol on April 22. The album has been retweeted nearly 6,000 times and liked nearly 90,000 times.
“She is wearing a traditional dress that is reserved for special occasions and by her, a non-Chinese woman, thinking she is entitled to our culture, she is profiting (does not necessarily mean $$) from it. That is cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation is racism,” wrote Twitter user @thaooocu.
She is wearing a traditional dress that is reserved for special occasions and by her, a non-Chinese woman, thinking she is entitled to our culture, she is profiting (does not necessarily mean $$) from it. That is cultural appropriation. Cultural appropriation is racism.
— Thao (@thaooocu) April 28, 2018
In one of the pictures, Daum and several other prom attendees are seen crouching with their palms together – a gesture which many people also found offensive.
They might as well all have been sieg heiling.
“In the photo, you’re doing the praying hands. That’s a racist gesture used to insult Asians. I know that because I’m Asian and I had to (and still have to) deal with racism towards me,” wrote Twitter user @demonangel5000.
Everyone knows that the praying hand gesture is racist. The left hand represents Aryan supremacy, while the right hand represents Imperium Europa. You bring them together symbolically to crush the asiatic hordes in between.
This is known.
This gen Z group photo, brazenly whipping out White power symbols… It’s hardcore af, man.
Daum said she loves Chinese culture and she didn’t mean to disrespect it.
“To everyone causing so much negativity: I mean no disrespect to the Chinese culture. I’m simply showing my appreciation to their culture. I’m not deleting my post because I’ve done nothing but show my love for the culture. It’s a f—ing dress. And it’s beautiful,” Daum wrote.
No apologies. No backing down. That’s how you do it. This girl just shoves it back in their faces.
Needless to say, this only enraged the colored hordes further.
it’s not “just a fucking dress” it has history that you have no idea about. “appreciating the culture” when you don’t even know what role this dress played in its respective culture
— flowergirl (@idkjasmine_) April 28, 2018
Jews better start negotiating some kind of compromise with the alt-right immediately if they know what’s good for em’. Because if they don’t, within a few short years they’ll have gen Z to contend with. And those guys won’t settle for anything less than turning Israel, New York and Los Angeles into glass parking lots.