Thursday, December 8, 2011
TV Season Premire Evokes Interracial Porn
It never ceases to amaze me what passes for "entertainment" these days, what some people will spend hours of the only life they will ever live prostrated in front of, slouched on their couches.
Some critics of this site accuse its supporters of being little more than out-of-touch, afraid, aging white men who just can't handle the idea of a black guy paired up with white women (or at least Indo-European women in the case of Armenians).
But it isn't about not being able to handle anything. To me, seeing a naked black guy or even a naked Eskimo is no more interesting than seeing a naked water buffalo. They are simply representatives of the animal kingdom. Speaking of Eskimos: I want to know this: why don't we see season premiers of big reality TV shows that feature naked Eskimos?
Doesn't it seem odd that the same liberal whites and jews who obsess so much about "equality" and fair and evenly distributed representation will never give us a show that features a naked Eskimo yoga instructor teaching a room full of Pakistani hermaphrodites? No. It will always be a black guy mixed with some white women. "There must be some way," the producers will think, "that we can contrive for a naked black guy to be in the same room with some nearly nude white women with their white asses in the air. That would have 'season premier' written all over it!"
Ask yourself: why is this being produced? There is an agenda here beyond "entertainment." It is simply par for the course of a culture that is obsessed with promoting the plight of blacks and the point of view of blacks and the private parts of blacks. And all I can say in response is I don't care about any of that. I want my culture back. I want a white western culture to be free of this mental yoke, this mind-forged manacle of racial guilt and fear politics and in yo face sex friction. I want my children to be able to switch on the television without being barked at visually, without being grappled into some kind of racial submission, without being reminded that there is an impending genocide targeting them, with over-the-top spectacles and billions of corporate dollars backing it all up.
But if I complain about shows like this I am called a racist.
Ah. Methinks the people who are against my supposed racism are really only against my explicit whiteness.
Hat tip: an anonymous contributor.