“Equal rights for all, special privileges for none."
A little history, if y’don’t mind a real quick detour.
Between 1966 and 1976 the original dirty bastard Mao Zedong (didn’t wash, brush his teeth, had body lice etc) mounted his Cultural Revolution, tearing down statues, outlawing wrong-think, seizing property, discrediting, harassing and disappearing noted scientists.
In his famous tract the Little Red Book, Mao explained his reasons thus,
“Our objective is to struggle against and crush those people in authority who are taking the capitalist road, to criticize and repudiate the reactionary bourgeois academic ‘authorities’ and the ideology of the bourgeoisie and all other exploiting classes and to transform education, literature and art…”
Yeah, it do.
Now, despite it being the year of Antifa, BLM etc, Kolohe Andino is proud as hell to be American and ain’t one to let his country’s Independence Day swing by without pushing his chest out, even if a patriot’s head above the parapet is ripe for attack.
On Instagram, Kolohe writes,
Happy Birthday to the USA. Feel truly honored, blessed and grateful to be from this glorious land. I will never apologize for being American and fly those colors proud. In my mind, everyday is July 4th.
Kolohe quotes the architects of the modern American independent state,
“Freedom is not a gift bestowed upon us by other men, but a right that belongs to us by the laws of God and nature. “ – Benjamin Franklin
“Equal rights for all, special privileges for none.” – Thomas Jefferson
“He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else.” – Benjamin Franklin
“Bravo,” wrote his shaper Matt Biolos.
Evan Geiselman, threatened with “being cancelled” yesterday for liking a Trump tweet, wrote, “Incredible.”
Brett Simpson, shaper Doc Lausch, Torrey Meister, filmer Peter King and various other notables lined up to praise the young patriot.
A few notes of dissent, some saying it “wasn’t the time” etc, and this from Australian softboard manufacturer Drag Board Co, “Staunch supremacy while ya country’s gone down the shitter. M8.”
I like Kolohe and it ain’t a minor thing to be an American patriot.
Whether you agree or not, kid should be praised for his ability to form his own opinions.