Netflix Erased Over One Million Dislikes for Their New Racist TV Show


Netflix has a new TV show called, “Dear White People”, that insults half of America. They appear to have deleted one million down votes from youtube. A propaganda video by a Phillip De Franco claiming it’s just a bad trailer was put up to counteract the bad publicity.

Netflix created a show expressing how white people have been exploiting black people for years.

Milo Yiannopoulos responded.

The new TV show, Dear White People is an anti-white satire because there can never be enough divisive, race-baiting, social justice TV shows.

The trailer came out on Thursday. The 30-second clip opens with a collection of white stereotypes and the show’s African American protagonist, Samantha, hectoring students at the fictional Winchester University.

“Dear white people,” she says. “Here’s a list of acceptable Halloween costumes: pirate, slutty nurse, any of our first 43 presidents. Top of the list of unacceptable costumes — me.”

It then shows a number of college students sporting so-called ‘black face’. Is there a real rash of black face costumes on our Ivy League college campuses?

The series premieres on April 24.

Netflix is so darling. They thought it would be hilarious to have a show insulting white people. What could go wrong? Surely people will love it. Except for these 339,000 people who down voted it by Saturday afternoon but that didn’t include the one million down votes and 100,000 negative comments they erased.

More than 250,000 ‘dislikes’ were registered for the Dear White People preview on Friday, just 24 hours after it was officially uploaded to YouTube.

But the true scale of the discontent could be much higher after claims the online broadcaster deleted both a million views and 100,000 accompanying negative comments.

Journalist Paul Joseph Watson wrote: “f all the ‘white tears’ over Netflix’s Dear White People are so funny, why did you delete 100,000 comments?”

One of his followers responded with a screen grab of the trailer boasting different viewing statistics, saying: ‘They pulled it and re-posted it – was over a million dislikes!’. Another uploaded proof of a membership cancellation, saying: ‘Dear Netflix…….from a white person!’.

Here’s the screen grab (after the annoying ad):

The writer and director is a social justice warrior named Justin Simien.

Simien says there is no such thing as “reverse racism”. That’s how they get away with all the anti-white propaganda, but they are in fact wrong.

Racism is the belief that all members of each race possess characteristics or abilities specific to that race, especially so as to distinguish it as inferior or superior to another race or races. This show fits the definition.

White supremacy and all the other anti-white labels the social justice warriors attach to whites are nothing but stereotypes.

Simien told the Telegraph, “As much as I’d love to believe that we are ‘post-racial’ – an idea that really gained traction after the election of Barack Obama in 2008 – I can never escape the fact that in the world I am perceived as a ‘black man’, and in certain parts of the world as a ‘black gay man.’”

He continued, outlining his obvious belief about inherent racism, “Dear White People is notable for its exploration of how racism manifests in myriad, often subtle ways…It’s not so much about a person’s attitude or prejudice or bigotry – outright saying or doing something offensive. It’s the stuff that’s baked into the system.”

The director mocked the right in this tweet.

He has written several defenses on Twitter, blaming all opposition on the alt-right, whoever they are.

One of the self-proclaimed writers, Jack Moore sent out a tweet with such a lovely response. Isn’t he adorable?

His race-baiting tweets alternate with his anti-Trump tweets. Moore is a self-loathing white person. He should go the Shaun King route and pretend he’s black.

While the show has its admirers, most aren’t impressed.

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7 years ago

I’m not going to violently protest or riot like snowflakes. I will just not subscribe anymore. Plenty others that I can subscribe to.

7 years ago

In the 60’s there was a short-lived radio show called “Soul Talk.” It was funny, informative and served to break down barriers of misunderstanding. I haven’t seen this show but for many years I have been concerned that I wasn’t hearing dialogue about racism and perceptions. The silence was deafening. Meanwhile I watched my local County Board of supervisors get hijacked on live TV by a Mexican civil rights activist for illegal aliens and I felt ashamed of their ignorance. IDK but this movie might be a good study tool. People need to be prepared to refute falsehoods and this one is particularly virulent as the benefits are many. Personally I believe it to have acquired the stature of a religion. I would LOVE to see a dear black people movie if it is funny and helps.

7 years ago

Since the 60’s, Hollywood has given us Blaxploitation movies, 1, 2, 3 and now Whitzploitation (play on word here) 1, 2 and 3 all in one program. Communists in order to be successful must ensure that no one escape the brainwashing so they come out with this crap. Frankly, I do not see anyone tuning into this program except Progressive morons.