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HEY KATHY YON: YOU KNOW WHERE YOU CAN SHOVE ‘INDIGENOUS PEOPLE’S DAY?’ UP YOUR NINA, YOUR PINTA, AND YOUR SANTA MARIA

BY DAN VALENTI

PLANET VALENTI NEWS AND COMMENTARY

(FORTRESS OF SOLITUDE, COLUMBUS DAY, 2018) — Happy Columbus Day. As for Indigenous People’s Day, it can sail away on either the Nina, the Pinta, or the Santa Maria. With luck, it will hit an iceberg and join Leo DeCaprio on the bottom of the North Atlantic … or at least a Hollywood soundstage “ocean.”

After a century of struggle, hardship, and endured discrimination, Italian Americans chose a Monday in early October as a day to celebrate their heritage. God forbid they do what others else to follow have done: Happy Kwanza, y’all. The ITAMs named the day after fellow countryman Christopher Columbus, a man of heroic courage and vision who these politically correct times have turned into a murder, rapist, and enslaver. Good thing the ITAMs didn’t select the great tenor Enrico Caruso. He had the audacity to sing. What a monster, insulting deaf people in such a callous — or is it Callas? — manner.

Sad to say, but in the poor city of Pittsfield, ruled as it is by a bitter coal-core of leftist loons, Columbus Day has officially (though not de facto) sailed away thanks to the most trivial-yet-lamentable vote ever taken by the Pittsfield School Committee.  Naturally, they did it in secret, without asking citizens their views.

The embarrassing PSC chairwoman Kathy Yon can shrivel her skin all she wants and try to uncover her wrinkled gams with laughable miniskirts, but she’ll never take away “COLUMBUS DAY” from the hearts of all reasonable people.

Happy Columbus Day, one and all.

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