“Dear White People”: Netflix’s New Show Glorifies Anti-White Racism/Aggression





Netflix is continuing the trend of corporate white-bashing by releasing a new show called “Dear White People.” (scroll down to watch the trailer)

Worst of all, the trailer seems to glorify aggression against white people.

A trailer for the new series was just released on the official Netflix YouTube channel, and expectedly this SJW-pandering is getting disliked to hell:

Even to my amazement, the trailer centers around the topic of cultural appropriation and what Halloween costumes white people are allowed to wear, a bizarre trend and favorite among SJWs in recent years.

“Dear white people,” begins the trailer, narrated by a light-brown female, “here’s a list of acceptable Halloween costumes: pirates, slutty nurse, any of our first forty-three presidents. Top of the list of unacceptable costumes? Me!”

The trailer descends into a flash of different scenes from the upcoming show, including this particularly telling one where a black woman viciously tears a Bab Marley dreadlock hair costume off the face of a scrawny white guy:

Of course, the above scene might remind you of a very real and violent attack by a black woman onto a white guy last year at San Francisco University, where the white dude was insulted, threatened, and eventually assaulted by an angry black woman because he wore dreadlocks:

It’s not a stretch to say that this new Netflix show “Dear White People” is glorifying real-world violence against white people.

But of course, the enabling of black people’s anti-white racism is a major cash-cow for Hollywood.

Watch The Trailer for “Dear White People” Below:




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