The White Man’s Burden: Sharing US Culture

Hi readers.  Thanks for coming by for a read.

Hell they just want to be like us.  You can’t blame them.  Who in the world doesn’t want a piece of the best sociology, culture, society, music, attitude, behavior, the US has to offer.  The centerpiece for the cultural best has to be exported for the advancement of humanity.

But there’s not room for two.

People in conquered lands always want to imitate the conquerers.  That’s why British all try so hard to behave as though they’re Normans.  And [East] Indians try so hard to be good Christians.

Same as the whatchallem, Native Americans who aren’t whites, Mexicans, Blacks, Asians, and such.  Aboriginals, they’ll likely want to be called sometime. Tribal Americans, some other time.

The Rooskies have always been good at gangsta, but they always felt something was missing over there in the KGB, GRU, and up in the Gulag.

We haven’t gotten around to conquering Pakistan yet, but maybe dropping a few cruise missiles and drones down their smokestacks was enough.  Bound to be an explanation and drones might be it.

Africans adapt surprisingly well to modern US culture.

New York Jewish gangsta rap would be difficult to top by Israeli gangsta rap I’m betting.

Australian aboriginals get into the swing about as well as a person can wish.  Hard to find fault with that.

All in all I’d say this fits the 21st Century better than Christianity fit the earlier ones.

Old Jules

 

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4 responses to “The White Man’s Burden: Sharing US Culture

  1. You are so definitely fired! No more NBA for you. You are platitudinal and attitudinal.

    Christianity is still very good to those
    that know Him. Too bad for “them”!
    8-: (

    : )

    Chicken Little*

    * Don’t look now, the sky might just to be falling.

  2. Boy oh Boy. That was some trip. These youngens in the foreign countries sure like to copy our crazy youth. Thought they could have come up with something more original that copying others. Blessings, Mary

  3. Most of our culture started out from somewhere else, then mixed in with a bunch of other cultures from other places once it got over here, and it makes for an interesting stew.
    Just seems to me like most people just want to skim off the top layer of the pot and not dig a little deeper where the really tasty part of it is.
    And if the best the rest of the world can choose from turns out to be a bunch of rappers, either we’re not getting the message out effectively or they’re almost as bad as we are.

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