So now HumpDay is racist too eh? #WhenEverythingIsRacistNothingIs

You wanna have a camel in a petting zoo?  Well that’s just racist.

Students at the University of St. Thomas in Minnesota have cancelled an event to celebrate the end of the year after complaints that bringing a camel on campus could offend those of Middle Eastern cultures.

The “Hump Day” event, put on by the Residence Hall Association (RHA), was supposed to be “a petting zoo type of atmosphere” in which students could hang out and take photos with a live camel. According to Aaron Macke, the group’s advisor, the camel is owned by a local vendor and trained for special events.

But the event was subsequently cancelled after students took to Facebook to proclaim their concerns. The students said they were concerned about the money spent on bringing the camel to campus—around $500—and the implication that it would be racially insensitive to Middle Eastern cultures.

The Facebook group called “Protest Hump DAAAAAAY!” had more than 100 RSVP’d attendees before it was deleted on Wednesday.

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Well, race mongers “guess what day it is?”

In. YOUR. Face!!

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3 thoughts on “So now HumpDay is racist too eh? #WhenEverythingIsRacistNothingIs

  • May 17, 2014 at 9:10 pm
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    I get so tired of hearing about discrimination and racism. We need to go back to the days of sanity, instead of the insanity that now prevails today.

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  • May 19, 2014 at 12:20 am
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    I would wager to say that not a one of those that protested this were not Arab. Also in this madness (not this one but all the rest of the stuff going on in this country) gets enflamed by the lefty media.

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