Previously discussed here , here, and here, along with a series of columns written over the past two years, I’ve demonstrated how apparent hatred of the “white male” appears to be a prerequisite for getting hired to work for Lucasfilm. Sadly, the deep dive into the race obsessed lunatics hired by Lucasfilm continues. If you thought Disney was going to change their hiring practices, From A Certain Point Of View sadly demonstrates otherwise.
C.B. Lee Thinks White Guys Who ‘Save The Day’ Are ‘A Step Backwards’
Our journey through the pea brains of the race obsessed imbeciles who write for Lucasfilm continues with CB Lee who writes a short story for the anthology, From A Certain Point Of View.
Originally published here.
Charles Yu Suggests ‘White Backlash’ Created Trump
Our journey into Lucasfilm’s race obsessed madness continues with writer Charles Yu, who (of course) wrote a short story for the anthology From A Certain Point Of View.
Now Charles isn’t nearly as prolific with his bigotry on Twitter as his colleagues are. But this tweet does help to demonstrate that Charles is politically compliant with the culture of hatred for white males that Lucasfilm seems to require in its “creators.”
The Atlantic article from Vann R. Newkirk II goes on to say:
Five Decades of White Backlash
President Trump is the embodiment of over 50 years of resistance to the policies Martin Luther King Jr. fought to enact.
The country has changed since those turbulent days. Many of the major policies created to end the era of de jure white supremacy and address King’s campaigns against segregation and for voting rights have become entrenched in law, bureaucracy, and the courts. Overt racism and bigotry have acquired the stink of faux pas, integrated spaces persist in some places, and there’s even been a black president. But in this Pax Americana, the seed of resistance to those ideas and policies that King championed also germinated across generations. Now that the man who made his name flouting the spirit of King is president, the tree has borne its most ripe fruit.
The term “white backlash” is often used in modern contexts to apply specifically to the racial animus to the presidency of Obama that became a powerful political movement. As my colleague Ta-Nehisi Coates has argued, this backlash against “an entire nigger presidency with nigger health care, nigger climate accords, and nigger justice reform, all of which could be targeted for destruction or redemption,” can be called to account for the election of Trump to the presidency. And, for the money, that backlash has remarkable explanatory power for the suite of white nationalism and anti-immigrant sentiment that has accompanied the chords of Trumpism, and for the power he wields fighting culture wars in any theater.
It’s amusing how race obsessed leftists use the N-word almost as much as they get caught wearing black face. It’s likely supposed to be shocking, or something.
But the biggest error these leftists always make is in thinking that the flatulent 1960s represents the genesis of history. When in fact, much of what was going on in the 1960s was merely the tail end of the Reconstruction efforts after the Civil War. Reconstruction efforts that Democrats vehemently fought against, right up to the Civil Rights acts of the 1960s, which Democrats opposed and filibustered. And yes, all of this fully takes into account The Great Southern Strategy Switcerhoo Myth. You can read a consolidated history of this complete with linked citations at this blog post.
Fringe leftists historically have always loved to use the artificial divisions of race for their own selfish and petty political gain. The particular color they disfavor at any given moment is irrelevant. Yesteryear it was black, today it’s white. But it’s all the same motivation for the acquisition of power through division.
Still not sure if this is really ‘racism’? Review these tweets above, and this time replace the word “white” with any other skin color. You’ll see it.
Utterly exhausting. Unfortunately there is more, MUCH more, to come…
Originally published here.