Oprah Winfrey is getting a lot of feedback over her overtly racist show in which she tries to get a bunch of spineless white people to admit they are racists. If whiteness were a real advantage, I would be the billionaire and not her. She made her fortune thanks to her white audience, including my mother, who loved her and her show.
There were many people who commented on the show, but in the interests of getting in good with the boss, I will post the comment from David Harris Jr first:
“She makes me sick.”
“Using white ‘SJW’ activists, some who are members of ANTIFA, as proof that ‘white’ people when ‘Woke’ can admit that they ARE racists, just like the rest of the white population, who are yet to self realize it. Sickening, and must be challenged for what it is, Malcolm X re-packaged for 2020’s snowflakes and BLM activism.”
Oprah Winfrey trying to profit off of a manufactured racial divide while being a billionaire when so many people are facing eviction is the sort of nonsense #CancelCulture should attack.
But, the cancel culture mob have proven to not be so bright 🤷🏾♀️ pic.twitter.com/xE9QwYgiF5
— Kimberly Klacik (@kimKBaltimore) August 5, 2020
I’m not a fool. I know that racism still exists in the United States. It shouldn’t but it does but what I don’t believe is that it is systemic. If acts of racism was as widespread as they claim, there would be a lot less hoaxes. You would not have to make it up.
And every move someone makes where a white employee is chosen for a promotion and a raise, is not always racism. It must be judged on an individual basis. After all, Sigmund Freud once said, “Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar.”
No doubt the Oprah show probably enjoyed high ratings. Dog and pony shows are still popular but as far as content goes I would give it Ed Woods.
So the next time a 49 year old man delivers a pizza from your favorite joint, remember if not for his whiteness, he would have a really degrading job such as being an exotic dancer in a gay club or being a writer at the New York Times.