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Discussion The Abolition of the Accursed Day

sinclair_silence

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It is now approaching the accursed day known as Valentine's Day once again. This scourge upon the lives of countless males (and probably some females) must be abolished. It is nothing more than a celebration of inequalities in our society encased in the gaudy excess of consumerism. Now the point about consumerism, while relevant, has already been belabored by many authors—thus we will turn our attention to the inequalities.

Valentine's Day is founded upon the glorification of the haves to the detriment of the have-nots. This makes the event rather unusual in that it is inherently divisive; it can only be celebrated by a privileged in-group at the expense of an excluded out-group. This contrasts with other popular holidays like as Christmas, which are intended to unite those who celebrate in a familial and/or religious context. Moreover, the very essence of Valentine's Day is antithetical to the current societal trends toward "diversity, equity, and inclusion" in that it brazenly reëmphasizes the extant disparities between those who have attained partners—and those who have not.

It is really not unlike something like a "Rich People Day" which would be for celebrating the wealth of millionaires, while the rest look on in silent shame. Assuredly, a proposal for such a celebration would never fly in the eyes of politicians, administrators, etc. as it would be seen as demeaning to the less fortunate. Yet that is exactly what Valentine's Day is... and we may (unfortunately) be certain that those very same people who claim to serve the gods of equity will turn a blind eye to the annual suffering their ridiculous festival induces.
 
Splash drinks on couples :feelsdevil:
 
Accidentally spill my drink and food on couples
 
Nice post and analysis.

The only twisted logic i see in it is to shame people into finding someone to fuck and reproduce and create more wageslaves and soldiers to do the bidding of the elites who control the state apparatus. Plus the marketing and profits to be made off it of course.

And yeah i cannot think of another holiday that is inherently exclusionary in this manner. Veterans day and Juneteenth are dedicated to specific demographics but theyre not really the same in terms of shame and exclusion.
 

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