The Clark County democrats, together with Clark County Commissioner and sponsor Justin Jones, the Parks and Recreation Department and the Clark County Commission, have decided to again push their racist agenda of division, as they host “The Cookout” — a blacks only event where other races are told they are not welcome.
“The Cookout” is a term racist black Americans use to exclude non-blacks from their events. The term, which Clark County decided to use for the “black culture” event, is used online to let other racists know that the event is only open to blacks or on occasion, people they deem their allies in the fight. Clark County in their flyer admit the term was “coined by Black Americans” so they seem to know exactly what they are doing here — promoting racial segregation and anti-white bigotry.
If you think I’m making this up, just read theRoot.com article spell out in no uncertain terms that they don’t believe even “white folks” who display “basic decency” should be allowed at “The Cookout”.
Back in 2017, BET put out a small list of acceptable white people who could be on the “Cookout list“. That year’s list of “acceptable” white people included Prince Harry, Colin Kaepernick, and Eminem.
Pancocojams – a website that promotes the customs of African Americans and of other people of Black descent – described “The Cookout” as:
“The Cookout (or “the BBQ”) in the context of African American culture is a reference for actual informal social events as well as the concept of informal spaces where Black people can relax, let down our guard, and “be [for] real”. According to this concept, those feelings are possible because the only people who are in those spaces are other Black people and possibly some non-Black people who have proven that they are our allies (i.e. They have Black people’s well-being at heart.)
African Americans may disagree which non-Black people have earned invitations to “the Cookout” (for that year).and which African Americans and/or other Black people have been dis-invited to the Cookout (for that year) and/or which African Americans and other Black people have been permanently banned from the Cookout.
Urban Dictionary defines “The Cookout as:
A metaphorical gathering of the black community usually exclusive only to blacks. A non-black can recieve an invite by :
1. Being Invited by another African American after proving some sort of an interest,love, and concern for the black community.
2. Being Married to a fellow black (Must bring marriage papers for proof)
3. Containing At least 50% of African American blood. Any less will require legal documentation before entrance to the metaphorical motherfuckin cookout.
Medium, describes “The Cookout” events as “An invitation to The Cookout equals instant validation into Black society. Representing more than just casual acceptance, an invite to The Cookout is an unstated baptism into Blackness.” They then go on to remind “white people” that if they are somehow lucky enough to get the “invite” that “Any invite to The Cookout is a ONE TIME INVITE. There are no season passes, no lifetime passes.”
The website Rewire says, “The cookout is an event to showcase our Blackness in harmony.” They go on to warn white “allies” that “Performative Activism Won’t Get You Invited to the Cookout.” The article goes on to say that blacks need to start re-evaluating the space they share with non-Black people.
Nevada Democrats have a history of supporting Segregation and Racisim!
Last year, as Governor Steve Sisolak was still shutting down businesses across the state, he hosted the so-called “Black Las Vegas Food Festival and block party.” In order to be a vendor at that event, you had to have a “Black-Owned” business.
Why are Democrats so obsessed with skin color, and why do they insist on continuing to divide us based on race? Have Nevada Democrats declared war on MLK’s dream of living in a nation where people will not be judged by the color of their skin but by the content of their character?