Watch: Woke activists berate old white women on their alleged 'racism' in new documentary
The CBC recently released a documentary called Deconstructing Karen. The movie calls itself a "provocative documentary" where white women experience "radical honesty about racism" and their, quote, "daily role in upholding it and their conditioning to ignore it."
A "Karen" is a pejorative term the media defines as a white woman who "uses her status and power" to "humiliate" a "person of color."
Basically, white women throw a dinner party where people of color chide them for being racist. Yes, the white women actually submit themselves to the dinner party, host it, and hire woke activists to chastise them for their whiteness.
Crowder and the gang had more than a few thoughts on the matter.
RACIST Berates Old White Women at Dinner! | Louder With Crowderyoutu.be
Merriam Webster defines racism as:
A belief that race is a fundamental determinant of human traits and capacities and that racial differences produce an inherent superiority of a particular race.
This documentary is scheduled for an October release and hasn’t yet been released in the United States. Yet.
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