The left has succeeded in killing another white American tradition–the circus.
Nonwhites enjoy a more frenetic, obscene type of entertainment than European-Americans. Whites could not invent rap music because it’s not in our genes to do so.
Likewise, nonwhites simply cannot appreciate the circus. And so another of the hidden costs of diversity hits home with the closure of Ringling Brothers. Zoos will eventually all be closed too. Nonwhites don’t have the interest that whites do.
Much of the natural joy of white European inventiveness has been stripped from the land. It’s a sad time to be alive if you’re white or even if you’re nonwhite and enjoy that thing we called civilization.
As long as there are whites left in at least some European countries (Hungary, for example), there will continue to be circuses. If you visit Europe, you might think about going to one.
Dayton Daily News
After 146 years, the curtain is coming down on “The Greatest Show on Earth.” The owner of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus told The Associated Press that the show will close forever in May.
The iconic American spectacle was felled by a variety of factors, company executives say. Declining attendance combined with high operating costs, along with changing public tastes and prolonged battles with animal rights groups all contributed to its demise.
“There isn’t any one thing,” said Kenneth Feld, chairman and CEO of Feld Entertainment. “This has been a very difficult decision for me and for the entire family.”
The company broke the news to circus employees Saturday night after shows in Orlando and Miami.
Ringling Bros. has two touring circuses this season and will perform 30 shows between now and May. Major stops include Atlanta, Washington, Philadelphia, Boston and Brooklyn. The final shows will be in Providence, Rhode Island, on May 7 and in Uniondale, New York, at the Nassau County Coliseum on May 21.
The circus, with its exotic animals, flashy costumes and death-defying acrobats, has been a staple of entertainment in the United States since the mid-1800s. Phineas Taylor Barnum made a traveling spectacle of animals and human oddities popular, while the five Ringling brothers performed juggling acts and skits from their home base in Wisconsin. Eventually, they merged and the modern circus was born. The sprawling troupes traveled around America by train, wowing audiences with the sheer scale of entertainment and exotic animals.
And what will become of those unemployed animals? I’m sure it’s not cheap to feed an elephant.
And how does a lion tamer find a new career?
Leave it to a faggot a**hole like George Takei to Tweet this:
That slant-eyed POS needs to die of AIDS. What is he? A couple of hundred years old? Does the blood of dead children killed in Satanic rituals keep him alive?