And I must say that Elon is right about this. He is brave enough to speak truth about the CRAZY Wokesters and their war against Whites and Asians!
South African billionaire Elon Musk embroiled himself Sunday in the controversy surrounding “Dilbert” cartoonist Scott Adams’ recent racially charged remarks and resultant cancellation, suggesting that the same media outfits now crying racism are hardly guiltless, having themselves long peddled division in America.
What is the background?
A host of newspapers across the United States — including USA Today, the Washington Post, and the New York Times — have dropped Adams’ long-running comic strip, suggesting that his remarks on a Feb. 22 episode of the YouTube show “Real Coffee with Scott Adams” were hateful and “discriminatory.”
TheBlaze previously reported that Adams had cited videos of black people beating white people and a Rasmussen poll indicating that only 53% of black respondents agreed with the statement, “It’s OK to be white.”
“That’s a hate group and I don’t want to have anything to do with them,” said Adams. “And I would say, based on the current way things are going, the best advice I would give to white people is to get the hell away from black people.”
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“Just get the f*** away,” Adams emphasized, adding, “Wherever you have to go, just get away. Because there’s no fixing this. This can’t be fixed, right. … I’m gonna back off from being helpful to black America, because it doesn’t seem like it pays off. I’ve been doing it all my life, and the only outcome is I get called a racist. … It makes no sense to help black Americans if you’re white. It’s over. Don’t even think it’s worth trying. Totally not trying.”
The tech magnate then concurred with Christopher Ferguson, a psychology professor at Stetson University, who tweeted, “Adams’ comments weren’t good. But there’s an element of truth to this. … It’s complicated. Mainly we’ve leaned into identity with predictable results, and power today is complicated. We were on the right path with colorblindness and need to return to it.”
Musk may have arrived at this opinion having glimpsed the kinds of headlines below that routinely appear in the liberal media, advancing identity politics and sifting complex issues through the singular lens of race:
- “America’s Getting Less White, and That Will Save It” — Newsweek;
- “86% of Air Force pilots are white men. Here’s why this needs to change.” — Yahoo News;
- “White men must be stopped: The very future of mankind depends on it” — Salon;
- “Whiteness Is a Pandemic” — the Root;
- “The Trouble With White Women: An Interview With Kyla Schuller” — the Nation; or
- “There’s nothing more frightening in America today than an angry White man” — CNN.
Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, suggested that the leftist media’s use of “‘Black’ and ‘White’ to describe people” is evidence of a “pernicious racialism with which the South African apartheid system would be quite comfortable. #CriticalRaceTheory.”
CNN news-reader Oliver Darcy asked whether media organizations should “respond to Musk the same way they did to Adams?”
In response, Adams wrote, “Who stoked racial division for the past five years? Was that me? Or Musk?
The Rabbit Hole elicited an “interesting” from Musk by suggesting that the terms “Racist” and “Racism” saw a significant spike in media usage over the past decade:
The term “Woke” is certainly a Joke, and I’m sick to death of reading about people who have jumped aboard the Woke Train! But these mindless folk are obvious lost in their sins and desperately in need of prayer!
COME LORD JESUS!!
4 thoughts on “From the Wokester Files: Elon Musk Dips His Toe Into ‘Dilbert’ Cartoonist Controversy, Says US Media is ‘Racist Against Whites & Asians’”
Well, he’s not wrong! robinlinaz, you are absolutely right about Obama. He is the one who started all of this racial division. Things were getting better until he came along.