Thursday, November 27, 2014

Happy Henry Bouquet Day 2014!

Last year on the fourth Thursday of November, I requested that White Whateverists in the United States no longer observe the state mandated holiday, but instead honor Henry Bouquet with his own holiday.

And as we all know, when Adrean Arlott speaks to White Whateverists, White Whateverists ask, "Who is Adrean Arlott?" Therefore, I shall repeat my request, along with my reasoning, and wish White Whateverists everywhere a Happy Henry Bouquet Day 2014!

Quoting my original post:

Seated on the right is Colonel of the British Army, Henry Louis Bouquet, depicted receiving White captives who had been abducted by Ohioan Indians prior to and during Pontiac's War (1763-1764). Bouquet had handily broken the Indian forces during the conflict, and camped his army in the midst of the hostile natives. He then demanded the return of his White people, whether they wanted to go or not. As accurately depicted, some hostages were reluctant to leave the only family they had ever known.

Henry Bouquet is also known for having corresponded with British General Jeff Amherst, regarding the use of smallpox-laden blankets to wage biological warfare against the Native Americans. Responding to Amherst's inquiry regarding the feasibility of such a tactic, Bouquet replied:

I will try to inocculate the Indians by means of Blankets that may fall in their hands, taking care however not to get the disease myself. As it is pity to oppose good men against them, I wish we could make use of the Spaniard's Method, and hunt them with English Dogs. Supported by Rangers, and some Light Horse, who would I think effectively extirpate or remove that Vermine.

In the picture above, I see Bouquet as a symbol of White Supremacy and of the White Race. And since I am a White Supremacist and a member of the White Race, and since I find White Supremacy and the White Race good and noble things, I find Bouquet a good and noble White man. Again, consider the symbolism of the picture above. Bouquet, symbol of the White Race, offering his hand to uplift the children reluctant to leave the fold of the teeming, brown, squalid subhumans. Being White is about embracing your otherness and elevating yourself above the human cesspool.

A good White man will force this elevation upon the unwilling, whether they like it or not. A good White man will use whatever tactics are necessary for the advancement of his race. A good White man finds horses and hunting dogs eminently superior and worthy of life, compassion, and respect than the brown human refuse of this planet. Henry Bouquet was a good White man, and that is why I suggest we honor him with his own holiday in place of Thanksgiving Day.

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  1. But in the end, the blankets weren't distributed, correct?

    1. Hello swimologist. Thank you for stopping by.

      No, the were distributed. Whether or not they were the source of smallpox among the savages is debatable. Also, it was not Bouquet himself who distributed the blankets. Besieged colonists at Fort Pitt had that honor.

      No doubt there will be Whites of good conscience horrified by my celebration of colonial germ warfare. But I ask, what would you be willing to do to savages burning your homes, raping your wives, and abducting your children? A pox-laden blanket is the very least the featherheads deserved.