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Saturday, October 27, 2018

‘Whites Must be Slaves, While I Act as Overseer’: Racist USA Today Columnist and CNN Talking Head Kirsten Powers Has Won Two Duranty-Blair Awards for Journalistic Infamy for Her “Dear white people” Letter and a Racist Column, CNN Godfather Jeff Zucker Has Won His Tenth and 11th D-B, and McPaper Treekiller-in-Chief Nicole Carroll Has Won Her First D-B

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

I thought I would go through all of Kirsten Powers’ racist blood libels and refute them, one by one, but there are just too many. Suffice to say, all of her criticisms are blood libels, including “and” and “the” (Mary McCarthy).

Kirsten Powers seeks to bring about a world in which all whites are slaves, while she acts as overseer.

Powers’ greatest accomplishment was to make #MeToo opportunist Megyn Kelly into a sympathetic figure, which was no mean feat.

Because the Luegenpresse godfathers, whose footsoldiers people like Powers are, are just as responsible for the latter’s journalistic atrocities, they too are recognized with their own D-Bs. Thus, CNN Godfather Jeff Zucker and USA TODAY Editor-in-Chief Nicole Carroll also won D-Bs—Zucker his tenth and 11th, and Carroll her 11th, respectively.

Powers and Zucker join seven other CNN Duranty-Blair laureates:

Symone Sanders (2), Don Lemon, and Kate Bolduan (2), in November 2016;

Activist Jim Sciutto, in May 2017;

Walter Duranty wrote a series of early 1930s dispatches from the Soviet Union, where he was Times Moscow bureau chief, in which he lied about the Ukrainian Holocaust, in which Stalin deliberately starved millions of Kulaks (farmers) to death, through a man-made famine. Instead of reporting the truth, Duranty reported that the peasants were happy and well-fed, and was rewarded for his lies with a Pulitzer Prize.

Jayson Blair (here, here, and here) was an early 2000s black affirmative action hire, who alternately plagiarized reporters at other newspapers, and fabricated articles out of whole cloth, all for stories set hundreds and even thousands of miles away, while he sat in New York City cafés.
 

 

Kirsten Powers‏Verified account @KirstenPowers
Dear white people who are upset that you can't dress up as another race or culture for Halloween: your feelings don't matter. The only feelings that matter are of those who feel disrespected/mocked by you appropriating their culture for entertainment. Show some common decency.



Megyn Kelly was making racist comments long before 'blackface.' NBC hired her anyway.
Kirsten Powers, Opinion columnist Published 2:01 p.m. ET Oct. 25, 2018 | Updated 3:36 p.m. ET Oct. 25, 2018

A source at the show confirms to USA TODAY there's an expectation that her hour of the "Today" show will be canceled. USA TODAY

Megyn Kelly is reportedly on her way out of the Today Show and maybe NBC. Her past racial demagoguery should have disqualified her in the first place.

“Megyn Kelly said something really racist,” should not be a surprising sentence to anyone.

After defending blackface, she is reportedly on her way out of the Today show, where she anchors the third hour, and perhaps of NBC altogether. But the original sin was that Kelly was hired by NBC at all.

Kelly had a long track record of racial demagoguery at Fox News before she ever set foot in the NBC studios. It would be different if she had come to terms with her own racial animus and worked to overcome it and make amends with the communities she had harmed. But NBC hired an unrepentant Kelly, who spoke with pride of all her work at Fox News.

One of my craziest on-air experiences debating a conservative — a very high bar — involved Kelly yelling at me on live television for nearly 10 minutes for disagreeing that the “New Black Panthers” were a threat to Good People Everywhere.

[Megyn Kelly is not a conservative, and for Powers to disagree that the New Black Panthers are a criminal threat requires that Powers deny, diminish, or ignore the NBP’s 1998 New York City race riot against policemen, 2008 voter intimidation against whites in Philadelphia, their 2012 offering of a bounty on George Zimmerman’s head in Florida, and their role within the genocidal, mass and serial murdering Nation of Islam.]

In another instance, there was an off-air disagreement about her show using a caption referring to Michelle Obama as “Obama’s Baby Mama.” Kelly was outraged when I told her it was racist, passing it off as a stupid joke by a junior staffer for which Fox News apologized. I didn’t get the joke.

[The notion that it is racist for any white to affectionately call a black woman a “baby mama” requires that whites be reduced to slave status.]


One racist claim after another in Kelly's past

We moved past these disagreements, and overall I found her to be a smart and lively sparring partner during my time at Fox News. But as the years passed, it became clear that my experiences with her were not one-offs.

[Obviously, Powers never moved past these disagreements.]

Kelly has made one racist claim after another: Jesus was white, Santa is white, a black teenager in a bathing suit pinned to the ground by a police officer was “no saint,” Sandra Bland would be alive if she had just complied with police orders. Kelly dismissed a Department of Justice report finding racial bias in the police department at Ferguson, Missouri, arguing that "there are very few companies in America (where) you won't find racist emails."

Racist ex-cop Mark Fuhrman was brought on regularly to analyze racial issues and police brutality cases, where the two commiserated about the so-called anti-cop biases of people outraged over police killing unarmed black men. Kelly asserted that the black community suffered from a “thug mentality” where “it's cool to sort of hate the cops, and hang out — and be somebody who doesn't necessarily prize being there for your family." When first lady Michelle Obama talked about the toll of discrimination against black people in a commencement speech, Kelly argued that her speech played into a "culture of victimization." "I call it cupcake nation," she said.

Fast forward to this week, when Kelly said blackface was fine on Halloween. This time she apologized for her racist comments. But what about all the times people of color were crying out for apologies and accountability from Kelly and were ignored?

Her meteoric rise could not have happened without the complicity of a system that is far too comfortable with racism, especially when it comes in a pretty white package. Her history of racist comments was quite literally whitewashed from fawning profiles in women’s magazines and other mainstream publications by white journalists.

White women journalists were some of the worst offenders, hailing her as a kind of feminist hero, when she herself rejected the adjective. But even had she owned it, it shouldn't have mattered. "You can't be a true feminist and be a racist," author Austin Channing Brown told me. "Because you have to be a feminist for all women, not just for women who look like you."

Activist and writer Rachel Cargle says white women who overlook racism in women they identify with are “putting whiteness over womanhood.” She told me white women need to ask themselves, “Am I an accomplice to justice or to the comfort of white supremacy?"

I know where I want to be.

Most people think of the Ku Klux Klan when they hear “white supremacy.” But the term just means that whiteness is the supreme value, which in the news media it is. As feminist writer Anushay Hossain noted to me, “Just the fact that Megyn Kelly feels she can have a conversation about race on television with three white people is the definition of white privilege.” Before anything offensive was said, there was already a problem.


White people should educate themselves

Brown, who wrote “I’m Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness,” acknowledges that Kelly seems to have learned about the history of blackface and why it is unacceptable — but it’s exhausting to have to keep teaching white people about basic history.

[First of all, Brown is a black supremacist drama queen. That line is one of their favorite clichés. In fact they never get tired of lecturing whites (for fat fees), during which they routinely lie about history.]

“It’s time to raise the standard for public figures like Kelly," Brown told me. "No more learning on the job in the face of backlash. Take responsibility for the platform you have and educate yourself before the racist remarks escape your lips.”

[Because characters like Brown keep redefining what counts as “racism,” that’s impossible. Besides which, why should any white care what a black racist like Brown thinks? At this point, why should any white care what any black thinks? Do Brown and other racist blacks care about what whites think? The proper answer to the race-baiting of the Browns, Cargles, and Powers of the world is not “I’m sorry,” but “Go to hell!”]

While her tearful apology was a sign of true contrition to some people, the women of color I spoke to saw it as proof she hadn't really reckoned with her deep issues.“Was she crying because she’s afraid of losing her job?" asked Cargle. "Has she ever cried when an unarmed black man was shot by a police officer?”

[Why should she? Has Cargle ever wept for any white victims of black crime? That was a rhetorical question. And this crap about “unarmed black men” must stop. “Unarmed black men” murder people all the time, cops can have no idea whether a black suspect is armed, and racists like Cargle lie all the time, in calling armed black men “unarmed.” If a black man tries to run down a cop, his vehicle is a deadly weapon, but Cargle & Co. will call the black perp “unarmed.” If a black male (e.g., Trayvon Martin) tries to murder someone using the pavement to smash his victim’s head ‘til the latter dies, Cargle & Co. will call the black perp “unarmed.” If a black perp (as in the case of Mike Brown) is so huge that his body counts as a deadly weapon, and he seeks to wrestle a policeman’s gun away and murder him with it, Cargle & Co. will call the black perp “unarmed.” And Kirsten Powers will applaud them, every time.]

Lord knows that I am far from perfect on the issue of race. I cringe at things I’ve said in the past and especially at how long it took me to grasp the concept of institutional racism. But I’m making the effort to inform myself and grow and learn from people who know more about this issue than I do.
Can Megyn Kelly say that?

[“Institutional racism” is a black supremacist and racial socialist myth.]

Kirsten Powers, a CNN news analyst, writes regularly for USA TODAY and is co-host of The Faith Angle podcast. Follow her on Twitter: @KirstenPowers

You can read diverse opinions from our Board of Contributors and other writers on the Opinion front page, on Twitter @usatodayopinion and in our daily Opinion newsletter. To respond to a column, submit a comment to letters@usatoday.com.



 

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

The D-B in Duranty-Blair can alternatively be used to create sub-divisions of awards.For men,it would be the"Deranged Bastard" acknowledgement and women,the "Dumb Bee-atch"mention.I've seen Kirsten Powers for years and using her own philosophy,she should never be involved with whites at any level.It's racist to marry one,have white children,talk to white reporters or TV hosts and actually have her job or,if you get right down to it--be alive.Whites are preventing blacks from enjoying the planet,Earth so her taking up oxygen that blacks could be breathing,is racist.
Powers is preventing blacks from making a living,by working at CNN--her job should be done by blacks.That she got paid to trash whites is racist--since it could have been done by a black.The crux of the matter is that in the "Grand Scheme" of the liberal plan to turn whites into insignificants,whites are being used to accuse fellow whites of improprieties and grievous behavior (like Megyn Kelly's right to free speech about "blackface".)
It has been decided that blacks would be construed as racist and their discourse,unappealing to whites,if they were to singularly attack whites on MSM.Therefore,the "powers that be"(white,Commie liberals like Zucker,Andy Lack)have been utililizing willing whites(Powers,Behar,Nicole Wallace etc)to do the communications work deemed necessary to destroy the white race.If whites attack fellow whites,it can't be racist--can it? (Yes it can).
These women should be given far more devious awards--The Benedict Arnolds--for treason against their own race--which flies in the face of the normal human instinct to survive.If these "dumb bee-atches" get their way,and blacks are allowed full control,whites like these three will not be allowed to live--are they so insane to think that?
Every one of them disgusts me.
--GR Anonymous--I'm a white man

Anonymous said...

A major wish but probably a minor consideration? White as at the knee of the negro begging. Maybe more than a wish now. And it feels good to them too.

Anonymous said...

I failed to include the "Deranged Bastards",white men like Colbert,Meyers,Kimmell,who have opposed the America that used to be great.They are in favor of the continued disintegration of their own race(but not their jobs lol).
They too,along with white reporters who push network anti-white agendas--need to be mentioned as purveyors of disinformation and propaganda.
--GRA