Friday, December 17, 2010
Anti-White Media Targets Babies
Two Newsweek Covers. Two ideas, starkly contrasting, about two different babies, one black and one white.
The editors ask if the white baby is racist, subliminally putting forth the idea that the poor child is in fact racist. In today's society, branding someone as racist is like calling them a heretic or a witch or a devil or pure evil. In other words, there is something inherently evil about this baby. Why? Because it's white.
And then you have the black child. Streaming tears fall down its cheek eliciting sympathy. The editors do not subtly condemn it like they did the white child. No. Black children are pure, innocent, and righteous. On the cover with the black baby, it is still whites who are condemned. The headlines talk about "Poverty" and "Race" and "National Shame," implying that black poverty is white people's fault, and we should all be ashamed.
Blacks lauded in a sacred victimology. Whites tainted in a neo-demonology.
Looks like whites can't cut a break in today's media environment, even in infancy. On the one hand we're racist, and on the other hand...we're racist. Methinks someone at Newsweek is engaged in some serious Anti-White media.
Boycott: Newsweek and Time (they're all the same, really. Instant brain-rot)