May 31, 2017
Well, here’s something that no-one could have predicted.
Some Californians decided to rent out a large teepee using the popular rental site, Airbnb, and a bunch of Red Indians managed to sober up enough to get out of bed, shuffle to their computers and whine about it on social media.
Airbnb apologized this week after being accused of committing an act of cultural appropriation stemming from an ad for a weekend rental property in California consisting of a ‘Sioux-style’ teepee.
The Facebook post, which has since been deleted, featured a photo of a mother standing with her two children in front of a large Native American-style tent, situated in a rugged landscape.
Native American activists quickly seized on the ad, accusing the online rental marketplace of promoting age-old racist stereotypes to make a profit, as BuzzFeed News first reported.
I’m not even sure where to begin with this one.
Firstly, the primitive dwelling we call a “teepee” was used (with certain structural variations) by numerous other groups before the Indians. Since Indians never evolved beyond hunting and gathering, however, the dwelling (and their name for it) became associated with them.
Secondly, Indians are Asian mongrels that have no claim to either the American continent or the First World nation that Whites built on top of it. The Solutrean hypothesis also shows that White people roamed the continent before them. Therefore, Indians are neither “Native” nor “American.”
Thirdly, there was a war between Indians and Whites, and Whites won. We had every right to exterminate them after our victory, but we decided to give them free everything instead while the true descendants of this nation, White people, lead lives of constant stress and financial worry.
In other words, they should shut the fuck up about everything.
‘Folks want to be us with the “comforts of a master bedroom” but don’t want to deal with the actual consequences of being Native,’ tweeted Dr Adrienne Keene, a professor at Brown University, the author of the blog Native Appropriations and a member of the Cherokee Nation of Oklahoma.
As soon as I read this paragraph, I thought to myself, “I bet that’s a White woman larping as an Indian.”
A few seconds of research on Google and BOOM:
This “squaw” is almost as unconvincing as those blonde Australians who claim to be Aborigines.
Actually, it wouldn’t surprise me if most of the critics were White liberals with their “muh 1/16th Cherokee” nonsense. Unless the government threatens to cancel their welfare checks, real Indians are unlikely to rise up for anything.
“Mffggffgfhgfh” – An actual Indian, when asked for his opinion on the Airbnb ad.
Of course, niggers joined in too. Any opportunity to attack the race that gave them electricity.
Nick Papas, a spokesperson for Airbnb, released a written statement to the Daily Mail on Tuesday that read: ‘We should not have used this language and we want to apologize to everyone for our poor judgement. We have deleted these posts.’
Yet another soft, cucky response from a White beta faggot. Just tell the Indians to go back to Mongolia on canoes, Nick, it would be much funnier and business will flourish.
In fact, this should be the strategy of all White businesses during the next decade or so: openly declaring themselves White Supremacist. Yeah, security costs will increase, but the media coverage will attract a huge number of White customers that will remain loyal forevermore.
Whites are getting sick of this nonsense and are craving sanctuaries from it.
If Indians – real Indians from India – can build Neo-Nazi businesses, we can too.