2010/02/20 at 1:13 am (newspapers, race card)
Tags: Ain't no Vietcong called me Brooklyn, Chris Rock, Kate Zernike, Liberal Racism, Media Racism, Michael Scott, New York Times, Steve Buscemi, stigma, stigmanet.org, stigmas
In a desperate attempt to play the race card, New York Times typist Kate Zernike claimed the following :
He then mocked what he described, with a Chris Rock voice, as “diversity,” including, he said, college classes on “cyber feminism” and “what it means to be a feminist new black man.”
Here is a link to the video, the bit mentioned is at ~ 3:30. At the point, the speaker sounds more like famous African American actor, Steve Buscemi than Chris Rock.
What do you think?
Here’s Black-and-proud Steve Buscemi -
And here’s Chris Rock -
And here’s a white guy trying to do Chris Rock -
Ladies and Gentlemen of the jury, I think that the verdict is crystal clear.
Weird how many examples there are suddenly. It’s like the Borg Collective is broadcasting the “play racism card” to everyone’s implants at once. Here’s a sad-but-funny example from Wonkette (where she’s very excited to have found some Tea Partiers who got the wrong picture online :
… these pictures are actually from the Million Man March of 1997, an event attended by, ahem, colored people.
Not only did the Million Man March actually attract a million people, it was led by wingnuts’ second-most-hated negro person, Louis Farrakhan, a real black Muslim.
Frankly, there is nothing more embarrassing for a colored-hating Real American than not being able to tell from an aerial photo of an immense crowd that those people aren’t even white! This is why photos cannot be trusted, if taken from a distance.
Anyway, about 70,000 sad fat white losers carpooled to DC on Saturday, to whine about everything (blacks), and to add to their shame, the fake picture they’re claiming shows a million wingnuts is actually a million black men listening to an Angry Black Leader.
It’s like the author is tapping some long suppressed lava- flow of racial fantasy that’s been building underneath the rocky crust of their minds. “Black black black-tty-black black. Whitey-white, blacky white!”
Update: Well, it turns out the photo in question was from a 1997 Promise Keepers Rally, not the Million Man March. Not that is fact will ruin leftie racialist fantasies, of course.