You know, I’m starting to think that anti-SJWs are becoming just as bad as the SJWs they mock. Why? Because it seems like every little thing now leads them to some stupid boycott that won’t work and doesn’t really matter, yet gets trending on Twitter to make them feel like they are doing something important. Recently, the trailer that we are going to watch got them all to have their panties in a bunch and start a boycott of Netflix. Really? Over this? I’m a fucking hipster douche canoe who doesn’t even have streaming on Netflix and still does DVDs and even I see this as stupid. Yeah, you just learned something about me that really makes me look pathetic. I understand if you look down upon me. It’s the same reason that I will have such a hard time getting into downloading games instead of having a disc copy.
This stupid boycott was started over a trailer that has a like/dislike ration that eerily mimics another big SJW-approved piece of work. I wonder what that could be…? And just like that one, battle lines have been drawn. The title of this work is “Dear White People,” and I thought that we would look at this trailer and break down our impressions. Weigh in with a more sensible voice about the nature of how good or bad it is.
So, we first get to see an image of stereotypical white people. We have Douchebag Von Asshole V, and Betty Steenvirgin waving, as a black woman is about to tell me what kinds of Halloween costumes are acceptable. Here’s the answer – any fucking kind I want. I have the right to dress whatever way I want for Halloween. As do you. As does anyone who is watching this bullshit. If you don’t like it, you are free not to associate with me. As you are clearly a person with far-left, SJW political opinions, I doubt we would get along anyway.
Then it has a headline – America Needs. Boy, I can think of a thousand things that I could fill in that end space with. How about – to get away from dogmatic thinking? Or maybe – to kick these SJWs to the curb? Or, perhaps – to stop being so fucking pussy that we can’t deal with opposing points of view? Yeah, those are all great things to fill in there.
We then get her deciding to go into a tirade about blackface. Here’s where I am going to say something unpopular – I don’t give a fuck about blackface. Really, I don’t. Is it stupid? Yeah. Does it portray an ethnic group in a way that may be unflattering? Probably. But here’s the thing – that kind of shit only offends you if you have some kind of allegiance to your race. This is something that I do not have. For example, we see our white people stereotypes. Are they unflattering? Sure. Do I care? Not at all. Hell, I think they are kind of funny. Like the cliche of what liberal elitist snobs are supposed to be. These are the same kinds of people who are listening to what this bitch has to say and taking it seriously. It isn’t the frat boys who actually want to live their lives as they see fit without breaking the law. It isn’t the middle class people who are just going through their day-to-day and don’t give a flying fuck about all this identity politics stuff. It’s yuppie snobs who are in Ivy League universities who are the biggest proponents of this kind of rhetoric. The very people this woman is using to deride white people are the exact ones who are the first to come to her defense.
I have no allegiance to white people. Hell, I don’t have an allegiance to the human race. I’m a misanthrope. I hate my species off-hand. So I take people as they come. If someone wants to mock white people, I say go for it! Hell, I’ll join you. I have made fun of hipsters with such gusto that my disdain for them has reached epic proportions. I’ve made fun of rednecks. I’ve made fun of yuppie Ivy League college students. You want to make fun of white people? Go right the fuck ahead. I don’t get offended because it doesn’t mean a thing to me. My race matters just as little to me as your race does. I don’t give a fuck about your race either. Fuck ethnic groups and their pet issues. It’s beneath my attention to talk about.
So when this woman gets all butthurt about blackface, my thought is – why do you care? I’m sure I’ll get someone who will come on here about how black people have been marginalized and shit. Well, that was then. Back then, blackface was an insulting thing to black people. Nowadays, people don’t do it because it isn’t funny. It’s not culturally acceptable. The people in her video as example of blackface all seem to have something in common – they are young adults. They are people in their early to mid 20’s. The years when they are rebelling against societal norms and living on the edge. It’s frat people and college punks looking to be offensive on purpose. Gee, when you look at it like that, it’s almost like she is giving these people attention that they were already looking for. Much like how Bill Maher wore a costume of Steve Irwin with a stingray barb in his chest shortly after he died. Yeah, that was offensive, but it was done intentionally. Getting mad about him about it just feeds into what he was looking for in the first place.
These people aren’t dressing up as you for Halloween, sweetie. They are dressing provocatively, with the intent of getting reactions. The fact that you let it affect you so strongly says more about you than it does about them.
And that’s it. So, is the entire premise just some radio chick who uses the latest SJW talking points with black comedy interspersed among it? Huh, maybe Madea will make a cameo. Is this some big statement against white people? No. That’s stupid. Would I ever watch it? Nope. I don’t go to Everyday Feminism because there’s only so much stupid I can handle. Why would I watch a series personifying that kind of thinking? And here’s the thing – this series will likely go the exact same route as that other SJW hill they had to die on. It will be forgotten not long after it debuts. So, with that in mind, let me give my Final Verdict. For those who know how I rate things, it will make sense.
5 out of 10