PC and the China Flu


The Babylon Bee explains it all for us:

With the rise of the novel coronavirus, there has been an uptick in people saying racist things like suggesting the virus came from the region it did in fact come from. So we’re encouraging our readers to avoid problematic terms like “Wuhan virus,” “Chinese coronavirus,” “Kung Flu,” “Black Pepper Death,” “Chopsick,” “Srirachoo,” “Terracougha Army,” or the “Great Whoop of China.” Definitely don’t use any of those. And certainly never name a disease, product, or cultural trend after the area it’s from.

Instead, use our handy guide to avoid problematic, racist language:


Thanks Bee!

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  1. Actually there’s a really good anime called “Cells at Work” that’s… well that’s educational, while being hilariously anime.

    Given the current state of the world, I think we should all take some time to watch it, and remind ourselves that our white blood cells are hard at work killing nasty germs. (in fact, click on the link above and go look at what’s the title of episode #3)

  2. That’s no joke. I saw CBS interview two authors who collaborated on a children’s book meant to draw attention to racism as America. They went through a full list of terms that are racist, like Blacklist, Blackball, Black and Decker, and on and on. Apparently, any time the word black is used, it’s racist. I had an ethics professor in the 90s who wouldn’t let us use the phrase black and white since he said it was thinly veiled racist stereotyping. Such is our world.

  3. So, it’s all good when they do it.

    “Poor children are just as bright and just as talented as white children.” Dopey Joe Biden

    And, you can’t pronounce proscribed words.

    More evidence we don’t live in a free country.

    As I type the left and its media whores are lying and rewriting the history of the Wuhan Death Plague, which [originated in a Chicom military lab or an open-air wild animal meat market] may be Sleepy Joe Biden’s [He puts the Dem in dementia] Chicom bosses interfering in the 2020 U.S. election. .

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