Stand by for in-your-face anti-white racism from Netflix, which has re-created the obscure 2014 movie Dear White People as a series:
If you have ever temporarily entertained the notion that maybe liberals are not full of baloney, and American society really is racist against blacks, ask yourself how likely we would be to see a racially belligerent series like Dear White People with the racial roles reversed. Glenn Beck sidekick Stu Burguiere puts it mildly:
“If it was Dear Black People, and it was teaching lessons to black people who don’t understand the real world the way white people do, that would be an issue.”
It would be an issue, all right. There would be riots, and careers would end abruptly. But it won’t happen, because a show like that could not get produced in our culture.
Of course, there are two sides to every issue. Let’s hear what the writer of the series Jack Moore has to say:
That’s who writes (and presumably who watches) crap like Dear White People: white people who think they are better than other white people because they hate white people.
Here’s a sane take on the matter to wash away the taste of Jack Moore:
Hat tip: Townhall.
On tips from Torcer.