Thursday, November 22, 2018

Racist ABC Exec Channing Dungey Out after Her Roseanne Barr Debacle, but You’d Never Know It, from the Media Propaganda

By Nicholas Stix

You have to read the reader comments, to get any idea of the real story, e.g., at Deadline.

More exercises in deception, deflection, and misdirection.


Anonymous said...

GRA:Hollywood Reporter had this story a month ago--ANOTHER black exec left the All Black Channel (ABC):
Jamila Hunter, ABC's head of comedy development, is leaving the network for a key post at Black-ish creator Kenya Barris' production company.

Hunter will become president of television at Khalabo Ink Society. Barris left ABC Studios — where she had three years left on an overall deal — in August to sign a three-year, high eight-figure pact with Netflix.(I guess contracts mean zilch to blacks--maybe ABC will learn something?)

Hunter has been senior vp comedy at ABC since 2016, having joined the network as vp comedy in 2011. During her tenure, she oversaw Black-ish and worked on shows including Fresh Off the Boat.
GRA:I wasn't aware a black was in charge of comedy too,but I suspected as much.How much time the white replacements will be given by black sympathizer,Bob Iger will be interesting.Probably not much.
Hopefully,a move to more whites on ABC will follow--especially the game shows,which under black decision making, became all black versions of previously white created games--Family Feud, $100,000 Pyramid and To Tell the Truth.Take my word for it,they were unwatchable(and I didn't,except when I felt I needed to see how bad this crap was).The whoopin' and hollerin' by black "celebs"included some insults of whitey.
But for now,there is at least a glimmer of hope for some improvement in the near future,if Iger lets it happen.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Watching the Macy's parade this morning,which I haven't done for a while --for any length of time,reminded me of an article I read somewhere(ZH?) which asked whether celebrating Thanksgiving was another example of "white privilege "and racism.Of course the usual provocateurs and racist instigators want to downplay history--that whites started Thanksgiving and went on from there to make this country the finest in world history--until lately(we know why THAT'S happening).For blacks and Mex to give whites credit for this country's success is to admit their own defiencies,so they try to wipe those achievements,by whites, away.They also want to wipe out white symbols and a parade like Macy's have a lot of them floating down the parade route.How long before we see complaints about too many "white floats" that need to be changed for diversity reasons?
For example:
Pillsbury doughboy becomes Cedric the Fatboy
Jolly Green Giant becomes Shaq O'Neal
Pinocchio gets a coat of black paint and becomes Black Pinocchio,someone the blacks can relate to because they lie as much as Pinocchio does.
Rocky squirrel becomes Apollo Creed squirrel.
Ronald McDonald gets a new urban name--LaQuan McDonald
Charlie Brown--not dark enough--transforms into Charlie Black
Underdog is redone as Snoopdogg--complete with marijuana replacing the super energy pill.
And Santa Clause?Ho,ho,ho,say whatsup to Santa Nigga.
Hopefully we never see things get that carried away,but it wouldn't suprise me a bit if it did happen.
In the meantime,I'm thankful for being able to say I was around to grow up in the 60s and 70s,when whites were still in control,and I hope to be around to see us take control again.
That,I would be thankful for as well
--GR Anonymous-I'm a white man..

Anonymous said...

Laugh of the day (It's THAT stupid).
You’re a racist man, Charlie Brown!

Critics are slamming ABC’s “A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving” for seating its only black character, Franklin, alone on one side of the holiday table — in a rickety old lawn chair.

Meanwhile, white friends — including Peppermint Patty, Charlie Brown, Sally and even Snoopy — were all seated across from him in real chairs as they feasted, Twitter users pointed out.

The special, which debuted Nov. 20, 1973, aired again on Wednesday — prompting social media outrage over the gang’s highly unwoke picnic table arrangement.

“Why is Franklin in Charlie Brown Thanksgiving sitting all by himself at the table. Man. Things that I did not notice as a child,” @Asharp52 blasted on Twitter.

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Others said good grief over a seating chart that would have thrilled George Wallace.

“Not watching Charlie Brown Thanksgiving anymore, until they sit some people on the same side of the table as Franklin,” another critic tweeted, along with two black power-style fist emojis.

The scene in question centers on an impromptu holiday feast — of toast, jelly beans and ice cream — in Charlie Brown’s backyard.

At one point, poor lonesome Franklin topples over in his half-broken chair.

“They give our friend the busted chair and won’t even sit on the same side of the table, more proof that Charlie Brown and his cohorts are RACIST,” slammed Twitter user @mwizzy128.

But others defended the classic special, pointing out its creator Charles Schulz fought to add Franklin to the cast to stand up against racism in 1968.
GRA:(Yawn,to stupidity)
--GR Anonymous-I'm a white man

Anonymous said...

"Murphy Brown" chooses lawbreaking immigrants over citizens.
I was in the mood to give the new "Murphy Brown " series a chance last night.The previews,about the Candace Bergen character cooking Thanksgiving dinner--and all her coworkers thinking of ways to avoid participating--was promising.
It WAS funny,at the start.Murphy Brown's attempt to make a turkey,an hour before the guests were to arrive,was worth a couple laughs.She opened up her oven,to find the user instructions still inside--undisturbed-since it was installed.
Then some undocumented Mexican friends showed up,the power went out,ICE popped in,hauled the illegals away to be deported and the show ended with a tearful Bergen/Brown begging the public to allow illegals in our country--"whether they follow immigration laws or not."
I resented the politicism of what could have been an entertaining show.

☆☆☆☆ for humor
Minus 2 1/2 stars for politics.
1 1/2 stars overall.Too bad.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

jerry pdx
Speaking of race baiting, now they're going after Charlie Brown:
Yup, the Peanuts Thanksgiving is now being decried as "racist" because Franklin, the token negro character is sitting alone on the right hand side of the table in a lawn chair while the white characters are on the other side. Plus, the whiteys all get comfy wooden chairs while Franklin sits in the uncomfortable lawn chair. I'm not sure where that's coming from, the lawn chair looks more comfortable than the wooden chairs. I don't even know what to say about this one, except it's going to get to the point where your very existence as a white person is racist. Or are we already there?