Jamie Foxx: “As a black person it’s always racial.”
Jamie Foxx, who has told the world how much he enjoyed killing lots of white people in his new racial-revenge movie, further confirms what I’ve always said about blacks in general: (1) that race—meaning how are blacks doing, and how are whites oppressing blacks—is always their primary interest; (2) that their resentment of whites and America is unappeasable; and (3) that therefore there is no point in trying to appease it. Instead, we should recognize that we have a large minority in this country that will always resent and hate us, and deal with them accordingly.
Furthermore, what is this unappeasable resentment based on? What terrible oppressions are faced by blacks in America? Here’s an example Foxx gives: “I come into this place to do a photo shoot and they got Ritz crackers and cheese.” He goes on to explain that Ritz crackers are a “white” food and that he feels disrespected as a black because they were served to him. But then he goes on to say that “if he turned up to the photo shoot and there was fried chicken and watermelon, he would also be annoyed at the stereotype.”
Thus the resentment is unappeasable. The objective excuses given for the resentment may be laughlingly trivial. But that doesn’t mean it can be dismissed. To the contrary, the fact that blacks give such absurd examples of the supposed racial impositions they face in America shows that they will always resent America and whites, no matter what.
Here’s the bottom line: because of blacks’ profound racial and psychological differences from whites, including blacks’ intellectual inferiority, and because this country was made by whites, requiring blacks to conform at least somewhat to white standards in order to function in this country, blacks will always hate America until they, along with their white liberal facilitators, succeed in destroying every last vestige of its historical and dominant whiteness.
From a December 14 story in the Daily Mail :
‘As a black person it’s always racial’: Django Unchained star Jamie Foxx explains why he is sensitive about being African American
Earlier this year you posted my comment describing how a scene in the racially charged movie Mississippi Burning provoked the brutal beating of a white outside the theater. Liberals don’t seem concerned that their exaggerated, one-sided depictions of racial violence may have terrible repercussions in the real world.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at December 18, 2012 12:53 PM | Send