The so-called “Black national anthem” was played prior to the “Star-Spangled Banner” at the 57th Super Bowl in Glendale, Arizona, recently. Does the United States, or any nation, need separate anthems for its various citizens? Apparently, according to progressives, the more diverse the nation, the more anthems it needs? That is the polar-opposite of unifying…and the antithesis of “progress”…and reason.
Should we also have a “Brown national anthem?” A “Yellow national anthem?” A “Red National anthem?” A “Mulatto national anthem?” Perhaps a “Lesbian national anthem?” Or a “Bisexual national anthem?” Trans? Questioning? Virgo? Capricorn? Where does it end? Who doesn’t get their own song? And how long from the singing of these anthems until a game starts if, due to diversity, equity, and inclusion mandates, all these “national” anthems must be played prior to any sporting contest?
In truth, intersectionality is kryptonite to cohesiveness, just as wokeism attempts to destroy truth and sanity.
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