You may have heard the south referred to as the cradle of American racism and wondered if it were true? Recent events out of Georgia are proving just how racist it has become.
In December of 2008 racism was nearly a dead issue, but since January 20, 2009 all we seem to hear about is racism. If you wanted a record of Obama’s birth certificate, you were a racist. If you didn’t like Obamacare, you were a racist. If you stood against any of Obama’s anti-American policies, you were a racist. If you were upset finding out that Barrack was gay and married to a transgender, you were a homophobic racist. Maybe it’s just a case of America getting what it deserves for putting a non-natural born gay jihadist into office, but every since he became president, whacked-out liberals have been trying to push whites to the back of the bus.
Situations in America have taken a turn for the worst. No matter how much you believe president Trump is going to save this country, the dangerous issue of racism is showing no signs of withering.
While Roseanne Barr gets fired for a harmless joke, Jussie Smollett gets let off and praised for trying to start a race war with lies. If Roseanne was a black liberal, she would have been given a raise and her show moved to number one. Had Jussie been white, he would be sitting in jail right now. That’s racism alright.
From all black colleges to all black television channels, left unchecked it has brought us to the current trend of “no whites allowed”.
Just take a look at recent comments by comedian/director Jordan Peele, who says he would not give a lead roll to a white man.
But there are other kinds of power, and Peele plans on wielding his judiciously. One way is to keep putting black faces on the screen in leading roles. “The way I look at it,” he explained, “I get to cast black people in my movies. I feel fortunate to be in this position where I can say to Universal, ‘I want to make a $20 million horror movie with a black family.’ And they say yes.”
It’s a formula he’s not interested in messing with.
“I don’t see myself casting a white dude as the lead in my movie. Not that I don’t like white dudes,” he said, nodding over to his moderator pal Roberts. “But I’ve seen that movie.” The line drew loud applause and shouts of agreement. “It really is one of the best, greatest pieces of this story, is feeling like we are in this time — a renaissance has happened and proved the myths about representation in the industry are false.” –Hollywood Reporter
That statement sounds a lot like racism, does it not? If this was said by a white director, it would certainly be the death of their career.
If that isn’t enough to prove how strong racism has become against whites, a recent event in Georgia certainly is. On Wednesday March 27, a meeting in Savannah for the upcoming mayoral race was held. Organizers had barred all non black reporters from admittance, posting a sign at the entrance that reads “Black Press Only”.
AP News reported:
Organizers of a meeting to discuss an upcoming mayoral race in Georgia barred reporters from attending — unless they were African-American.The Wednesday meeting at a church in Savannah was held to try to unite the city’s black community behind a single candidate for mayor in the Nov. 5 election. Signs at the door said “Black Press Only!”White reporters were denied entry, while at least two black reporters and the publisher of a local African-American newspaper were allowed inside, the Savannah Morning News reported . Television cameras and recording devices were also prohibited.
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