How about passing out Mein Kampf, you whore?
How’s that for a banned book?
How about Did Six Million Really Die?
Singer Pink will give away 2,000 free copies of books that have been “banned” by some schools in Florida to fans at her concerts in Miami this week.
The star has waded into the row over some libraries and classrooms removing books with sexual content or themes of sexuality, gender identity and race.
“It’s confusing, it’s infuriating, it is censorship,” she said.
Censorship is infuriating.
How about passing out those Goyim Defense League fliers Ron DeSantis banned, you dyke?
Florida authorities say they want to restrict inappropriate and harmful material but that they don’t ban books.
Pink has joined forces with Pen America, a campaign group that says it defends freedom of expression for authors.
It says Florida has had more books banned than any other US state, accounting for more than 40% of all documented examples.
“Books have held a special joy for me from the time I was a child, and that’s why I am unwilling to stand by and watch while books are banned by schools,” Pink said in a statement released by the group.
This is the list:
- Beloved by Toni Morrison – Pulitzer Prize-winning 1987 novel about the horrors and legacy of slavery is “banned” from nine Florida school districts, Pen America says
- The Family Book by Todd Parr – young children’s picture book about different families including same-sex parents is on the list in three districts
- The Hill We Climb by Amanda Gorman – the poem written for President Joe Biden’s inauguration was moved from the elementary library to the middle school section in a Miami school
- Girls Who Code by Reshma Saujani – was reportedly temporarily removed by a district in Pennsylvania last year but doesn’t appear on Pen America’s current list
They deliberately picked the ones that don’t have any actual porn in them specifically for this publicity stunt.
Only “The Family Book” has anything about faggotry and stuff, and it’s non-explicit:
To be honest, this stuff looks more insidious than the ones that are outright porn.
Almost half of school districts in Florida have had “instances of book bans”, according to Pen America. Across the US, school book removals were up by one third in the past year, it said.
Florida’s Department of Education has said it “does not ban books”, while governor Ron DeSantis has called the idea of banning a “hoax”. He has said he wants an education system that is “free from sexualization and harmful materials that are not age appropriate”.
Did you ban those Goyim fliers, you meatball nigger?
Is a guy doing 30 days in jail right now for passing out fliers?
Is that a hoax?
Is the SCOTUS refusing to hear the case?