Skip to comments.Why isn't the name Boston "Celtics" considered racist?
Posted on 10/19/2013 3:33:07 PM PDT by DallasBiff
If the Redskins change their name, shouldn't the Celtics change their name to something like Chowderheads.
Yeah, this is definitely News.
And “Fighting Irish,” which implies that Irish are violent drunks.
If Syracuse University is allowed to keep their teams’ names, why not name a team after the Taliban.
Illinois needs to step away from its racist name and rename the state in honor of its politicians: ILL-ANNOY.
That would be Micks. And I wouldn’t flinch.
(signed, Proud Mickette)
And why is it mispronounced?
Bcoz elite pseudo intellectual whites with nothing better to do than LookatMe! havent determined it to be
On another board somebody suggested that Snyder should keep the name "Redskins" but change the logo to a potato.
Nobody normal is offended now suddenly after all these years by the name Redskins. This is all about power.
and the leprechaun logo is racist against short people.
Boston can’t even pronounce the name right. Celtic is pronounced “Keltic” not “Seltic”.
Doesn’t matter what you call them this year...it won’t be “Champions.”
They are going to be bad this year. Might be just as well to change the name.
As a Swedish-American, I object to the Minnesota “Vikings.” Where are my reparations?
Often wondered this. It's irritating.
and the Giants is racist against TALL people!
Don’t be silly, who cares about a team named after White people? How could that possibly be racist, remember the cardinal rule “ white people can only “be” racist, and can never be the victims of racism”. Caucasian in victimspeak translates to RACIST.
What about Broncos. Obviously a nod to animal abuse.
The Washington Redskins should change their name to the Washington Redinks. It would look similar and be more accurate.
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