By Grand Rapids Anonymous
MSM media include BS (Black-Slanted) commercials. Though not as blatantly racist as the Nationwide ads, which depicted white neighbors as idiots, while their "cool, intelligent," black neighbors watch in amusement and disdain, the Capitol One ad with Samuel L. Jackson telling a white guy, "You're smart," for a variety of reasons, to which the white guy says, "Hey, I AM smart," only to be told by the great black decider of such things: "Don't let it go to your head" (or what?).
For some reason,this racist ad gets under my white skin as much as the other Nationwide ad. It's premeditatedly constructed to BE a racial ad--it wouldn't work at all with two blacks or whites as actors, because of the racial threat being made by Jackson.
It's lazy ad writing, and the company should be emailed repeatedly to stop making these kinds of commercials.
Wednesday, August 3, 2016 at 1:20:00 AM EDT
By Jerry PDX
To: Grand Rapids Anonymous
Good comment, and right on the mark, but I would like to elaborate on it. The racist bias against whites has permeated the entire spectrum of the entertainment industry, not just advertising. While blacks in America with "victim syndrome fetish," along with their liberal sycophants, will claim they are always portrayed "negatively," the actual "portrayals" are rarely stereotypically negative. If they cite something they'll dredge up the maid in Gone with the Wind or some other characterizations when TV and movies were in their infancy. Even if there were some racist characters from those days, the pattern of making whites appear stupid and venal, and contrasting them with wise and moral blacks quickly became standard in the entertainment industry, and appears to have become an entrenched convention.
The first time I recall becoming conscious of it was when I watched the movie Stripes, starring Bill Murray. I noticed all the whites were idiotic and stupid, while all the blacks were clever and competent. While I was young and still laughed at some of the hijinks, I felt a strange bit of unease about what I had seen. Later on, I realized just how racist against whites it was. Of course, I've seen that same stereotype repeat itself over and over, as the years have passed. I don't need to cite any more examples; most people reading this already know of plenty themselves. If you are a racist black and disagree, and I'm sure there are some who read Nicholas Stix regularly, then pull your heads out of your asses and pay attention to what you see.
Not even to mention the refusal of the media to portray blacks as serial killers, mass killers, or pedophiles, invariably (with rare exceptions), white men are chosen for these roles, and often black men are strategically placed nearby, in order to contrast against the evil whites, and make it appear that negroes do not do these things, only white men. Just watch shows like CSI or Law & Order semi-regularly. It's impossible to argue with racist blacks about this subject, because these TV images have been imprinted on their subconscious minds, and most simply aren't smart enough to realize it is just entertainment with a politically-correct slant.
I came up with "victim syndrome fetish" as a description of black Americans and their endless complaining about everything. It's one of my favorite things to say when arguing with racist blacks, and they hate it. If anyone wants to use it, please do. I looked it up, and can't find it anywhere associated with black America's rabid persecution complex. I think it should be. I would love it, if it became a catchphrase.