This week in SJW cannibalism, the famous aggregator site BuzzFeed, a bastion of leftism, lesbianism, bad hygiene and listicles, published a video of black people asking other black people questions… about black culture. Yeah, the SJWs on Twitter cried racism over it. Of course we wrote about it. But first, watch my rebuttal to this nonsense.
Okay, so you get the gist. To have black people asking black people questions that supposedly black people ask each other? Yeah, you’re going to get the outrage brigade at your doorstep. Also, some of these questions? They weren’t totally horrible. But a little misplaced. Like asking about BlackLivesMatter not caring about all black lives. Or why do so many black children grow up without black fathers? See, good questions.
Some of the other questions? Like why do black people look at shoes before faces? Yeah…
But maybe that’s because I’m not black and, obviously, a racist. Also, black people aren’t a monolithic group. As white men are not monolithic. Nor women. See the problem? YouTuber shoe0nhead addressed a BuzzFeed video, made in a similar tone, addressed at women. Yeah, it was a sexist video.
Problem here is BuzzFeed asking generalized questions to a group they assume is monolithic. Think they’ll learn?