Tales of Buffoonery:Episode 14(Will Smith)

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I’m really getting tired of Will Smith pandering to white racists. He’s had a lot of success making films that make white people comfortable. I guess you could call them “raceless” films. And because of that he has become a media darling.  But lately he and his wife have criticized Hollywood for a lack of diversity. They are asking black people to boycott the Academy Awards this year.  They’re a little late. Most black people I know don’t really give a damn about the Oscars anyway.  But I think this is mostly sour grapes because he didn’t get nominate for his film Concussion.  He had a terrible African accent in the film.  He was not very believable in my opinion.  Well now he has hit a new low. This fool did an interview a few months ago with the Hollywood Reporter.  This clown actually said racism is rare.  Rare? On what planet?  The entire system is racist! This is insane in my mind. Here’s the quote:

“Everybody is prejudiced,” he said. “Everybody has their life experiences that make them prefer one thing over another — it makes them prefer blond hair over a brunette; if you see somebody with dark skin walking down the street, you have a different reaction than you have [with] someone who is 5-foot-1 and white.”

The word “racism,” he said, implies something worse: the feeling that “your race generally is superior.”

“And I have to say, I live with constant prejudice, but racism is actually rare — someone who thinks their race is superior,” Smith continued.

Smith said that, on the rare occasions when he’s encountered someone in Hollywood who’s actually racist, he’s immediately decided not to work with them. And, he said, it does happen.

A moment later, the interviewer asked if actors could do anything to fight this kind of racism. The other African-American actor on the panel, Samuel L. Jackson, answered with a simple “No.” But Smith was more optimistic about their chances.

“As actors, we have the ultimate power,” he said. “Historically, story combined with imagery moves humanity forward. What we do — not that it’s a responsibility, but it is the ultimate forum for changing people’s hearts and minds.”

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Here’s a picture of Smith smooching David Letterman. I find it very fitting. Since he loves to kiss white ass so much!  I swear this man is a closet homosexual! This man has NO pride. To say that racism is rare is to diminish the oppression and suffering of African people by a racist society.  You’re a disgrace Mr Smith!

Tales of Buffoonery: Episode 13(Chiwetel Ejiofor)

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I haven’t done a Buffoonery post in awhile.  And I know a lot of my followers like them so I thought I’d bring it back.  When I saw this article I knew I had to do a post on it. British actor Chiwetel Ejiofor recently said that homosexuals have it harder than blacks.  Can you believe that?  It’s bad enough his wife is white but to say something like that is unforgivable.  And people still tell me the gay agenda is not real. I thought I had misread it when I first saw it. Chiwetel Ejiofor believes Hollywood still marginalizes people because of their sexuality. The industry has been accused of a lack of diversity following the 2016 Academy Awards nominations, where no African-American actor or director was nominated for a top honor for the second year in a row, but the actor “believes it’s harder for someone to succeed if they’re homosexual than if they’re black. “I hope this changes (but) I think it’s probably harder to be gay,” he said.

“I think sexuality is still marginalized in a way that is pretty open. I think it’s tough. I think for one’s own peace of mind, for one’s own sense of self and psychological health, I feel like that’s the horrible thing about ‘don’t ask, don’t tell’… Because it produces a sense of shame, and therefore this sense of being ‘less than’, you know? And I hate that. I hate that for anybody.”

But Ejiofor, 38, argues that at the same time, a person’s sexuality isn’t anyone else’s business, and if the individual wants to, they should be able to declare their preference without fear of it affecting their opportunities in life in any way.

“If I hadn’t had the opportunities and the fortune that I have had, of course I would have a very different perspective to that, but I can’t be completely intellectually dishonest about what has happened in my life… It’s a tiny bit more nuanced for me to talk about,” he explained.”

This is taking self-hating coonery to a new level.  Hollywood is ran by a bunch of Jewish butt pirates…but they have it harder than blacks??  What do you think?