When George Floyd was murdered by an evil white cop who hated the color of his skin for literally no reason, this Jew bitch finally admitted to her sins.
Maybe the Jews should consider showing this same level of contrition for that whole deicide thing they did.
Wracked with guilt over the hit show’s lack of diversity, a co-creator of the 90s sitcom ‘Friends’, Marta Kauffman, has pledged $4 million to the African and African American Studies department of Brandeis University, she revealed on Wednesday. The money will support an endowed professorship at the Boston school.
“I’ve learned a lot in the last 20 years,” Kauffman told the Los Angeles Times, admitting she was initially baffled and irritated regarding criticism of the sitcom, which features six white-presenting 20-somethings living in New York City during the 1990s. “Admitting and accepting guilt is not easy. It’s painful looking at yourself in the mirror.”
Holy shit, RT just referred to “Fellow White People” as “white-presenting.”
The Jews on the show, as far as I know, were all “white-presenting” in that their Judaism was never mentioned. (Meanwhile, when a famous Jew is portrayed in a movie, it’s often a handsome white person playing them.)
Kauffman appears to have changed her mind following the murder of George Floyd in 2020, which kicked off a summer of intense and often violent protests against racism under the banner of Black Lives Matter. “It was after what happened to George Floyd that I began to wrestle with my having bought into systemic racism in ways I was never aware of,” she told the outlet. “That was really the moment that I began to examine the ways I had participated. I knew then I needed to course-correct.”
While the former showrunner said she was relieved she was “finally able to make some difference in the conversation,” she has also acknowledged “it isn’t over” and declared she would ensure that “from now on in every production I do that I am conscious in hiring people of color and actively pursue young writers of color.”
Kauffman, who described her donation to her alma mater as “putting my money where my mouth is,” said that her donation had been met with an “amazing” response. “I’ve gotten nothing but love,” she said, describing a “flood of emails and texts and posts that have been nothing but supportive.”
Despite the show’s overwhelmingly white representation, Manhattan, where the characters lived, worked, and played, was between 46% and 49% white during the show’s run from 1994 to 2004, while the city as a whole went from 43% white in 1990 to just 35% white in 2000.
The problem here is that genetics actually exist.
There’s a reason you feel close to your family. There’s a reason many of you may have reconnected with a cousin or other relative in adulthood, and felt an immediate connection to them. Just so, if you’re American and you end up in a romantic relationship, you might find that if you’re half-German and half-Irish, your lover is this mix as well, even though your connection had nothing to do with that.
I am mostly Irish, and as an adult in other countries, I’d meet people and hit it off with them and then find out they were part Irish. The Irish population was so small for so long, this basically means as a matter of fact we have a common ancestor.
This connection moves out from family, then out from ethnic group, to race.
People intrinsically feel more comfortable around people with genetic similarity. It is an unconscious mechanism that isn’t really even understood. We probably have the ability to understand it at this point, but that kind of research is banned under the politically correct academic regime.
They have done some research on it, because they are trying to figure out a way to stop it (I guess through genetic engineering?) – this is where you got all those articles about babies being “racist.” It’s a real thing that a baby will start crying if it seems someone of a different race.
Dogs also bark at black people, which shows that this ability to recognize a friend/foe distinction on an instinctive level goes beyond humans.
This thing like in Stranger Things where it’s white friends with one black guy – this doesn’t really happen in real life, unless there is a small town that for some reason only has one black person. (In that case, white people will feel bad for the black and try to befriend him, so in that sense, Stranger Things’ diversity is not totally unrealistic.)
Outside of the very specific situation of a small town where one black family happens to live, it doesn’t matter if a city is very large; people of different races are going to congregate together. Even interracial relationships are relatively rare, despite how hard they are pushed in the media. Some white women have casual sex with black men, but the only ones who actually date black men are usually very fat, and they only get attention from black men.
Moreover, black men tend to prefer black women – even when they’re rich. We just had this crucifixion of R. Kelly (30 years in prison by haters for being a straight-up playa), and you notice that all his hoes are black. It was the same with Bill Cosby.
So, this thing with “diverse” casting in TV shows just makes them ridiculous. If you want a diverse show, you have to have some situation where it is logically explained why the races are together. The idea that different races just make friends and hang out with each other just doesn’t happen in real life. When people arguing they’re not racists say “I have a black friend,” they usually mean “I have a casual acquaintance that is black who doesn’t act like a vicious savage ape.”
It is possible for black and white people to make connections, but we’re probably talking about men, and around some skill or profession, which is a common point of interest. So, you sometimes see musicians from different races working together, or men from different races talking about sports. But the relationship is usually based exclusively on that third point. In terms of just casual social interaction, interracial friendships are very rare, because they just don’t form naturally. There is just no connection point.
People hate these new diverse TV shows and films not because they are “racists,” but just because they feel so unnatural and bizarre. In the Spider-Man film series, Peter Parker’s best friend is a fat Pinoy and his girlfriend is black – that doesn’t reflect anyone’s life experience.
I don’t hate Filipinos and I think Zendaya is somewhat sexy. I’m probably less racist than most people. But that situation is simply not realistic. This is not how humans behave. Friends was a Jewish show produced for white people, basically as part of a Jewish social programming/manipulation agenda, but it was popular because people apparently related to it. If they didn’t relate to it, it wouldn’t have been popular. Spider-Man is popular because people like cartoon explosions.
This is the cast of the Amazon Wheel of Time show:
That show did horribly, despite the fact that the books are a lot better than those horrible Game of Thrones books, and the show had the money to be very well done. Most of these diverse TV and film productions are failing. All of them are crippled by diversity. The single most popular show in Netflix history was Squid Game, which was also the least diverse show. It was non-diverse because it was made in Korea, and they don’t have diversity.
The writing was not really spectacular. It certainly was not on the level with the Wheel of Time series, or anything even close to that. (The visuals were spectacular, and the acting was inspired, but in a normal world, Squid Game would be considered a mediocre foreign language entry.)
If you’ve ever been in a nonwhite country, you know that if you are in a social setting – a party or bar or something – and you see another white person, you will start to move closer to each other. Even if you don’t speak the same language, you feel an immediate connection, and start to try to come physically closer to each other across a room.
All of these “racism” problems that supposedly exist are a result of refusing to acknowledge the existence of race, and the real world way it affects human interactions.