Sunday, June 24, 2018

Is Brie Larson a racist?


"Film criticism is predominantly white. Brie Larson believes that needs to change."

Anybody who sees the race of some people, and believes that's a problem that needs to be fixed, something that needs to be changed, is a racist pretty much by definition. Therefore Brie Larson is a racist.

I don't think there's anything more I need to comment on that. It's a rather clear-cut case.

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  1. "Anybody who sees the race of some people, and believes that's a problem that needs to be fixed, something that needs to be changed, is a racist pretty much by definition. Therefore Brie Larson is a racist." Except that isnt quite right: https://en.oxforddictionaries.com/definition/racism
    You are playing word games.
    Brie Larson believes that representation in who’s writing criticism about movies is just as important as the representation we’re seeing onscreen.
    Having more minority is not antiwhite.

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    1. I'm sorry, but looking at a group of people, noting what their race is, and claiming that it's a problem that needs to be fixed, is textbook racism. She is not seeing those people as individuals, she is seeing them as a race.

      If a white person were to go to some African country and express the opinion "there are way too many black people here; this is a problem that needs to change", wouldn't you consider that a racist statement? I would.

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  2. I guess it's easier to tell white people the pool is closed than to ask more people that aren't white to show up. Kind of like what used to happen to black people that nobody today has ever done.

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  3. I agree. It is racist. Racism against white people is however totally sanctioned by the MSM and progressive liberals so you will have a hard time finding anyone to speak up about it. Even those people who do see something wrong with her statements are typically going to be afraid to day so because now a days people people are being silenced for wrong think.

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