Do not allow television to raise your children, because Cartoon Network’s latest “Anti-racism” PDA is teaching them to base their entire identity behind their skin color…and what could possibly go wrong in 20 years?
Warner Media’s Cartoon Network has released an “antiracism” public service announcement teaching children to “see color,” suggesting that having a “colorblind” approach to race could be “a ploy to avoid talking about racism altogether.”
For those who don’t know what “antiracism” is, anti-racism is the latest propaganda term created by progressives and their Marxist allies that teaches people that simply not being racist is not good enough for their standards. In order to be “Anti-racist” you have to constantly point out perceived racial injustices at every waking moment or else according to the Marxists, you are just as bad as actual racists.
Cartoon Network put together their Marxist doublespeak ad in where three characters a black child, a white child, and a purple alien talk about “the problem” with not judging people by the color of their skin. Is it no longer good enough to treat people equally because according to Marxists, black people are NOT equal to white people.
“Colorblindness is our game, because everyone’s the same. Everybody join our circle, doesn’t matter if you’re white, or black, or purple.”
“Hold up a minute here, who wrote this?” says the purple alien, stopping the song. “I think it kind of does matter that I’m purple. I mean, I’m purple because I’m literally an alien.”
“Well I’m not an alien, but it definitely matters to me that I’m black,” says the black character.
“Yeah, it makes a difference that I’m white,” the white character adds. “I know the two of us get treated very differently.”
“I think it’s just messed up to compare me being an alien to you two being difference races, you’re both human, you’re totally biologically the same,” the alien elaborates. “Adding ‘purple people’ into a lesson about human racism makes no sense.”
The white character reacts by stating that she believes people use the “black, white or purple” phrase, “because adding a fantasy race in there helps distract from the actual racism black people have to deal with.”
“Right,” the black character replies. “My experience with anti-black racism, it’s really specific. Other people of color experience other forms of racism, too. But you won’t see any of that if you don’t see color.”
Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech is now an outdated concept in the eyes of modern-day communists, now you have to look at color. You have to accept their reality that black people are perpetual victims of society and white people are treated superior to blacks. According to “anti-racists”, if you don’t believe in inequality, you are part of the problem.
America’s core values are being destroyed by the hammer of multinational billion-dollar corporations that seek conformity on the highest level. By allowing your children to be raised and controlled by mass media, you will be raising the next generation of black mask-wearing anti-fascist terrorists that will make millennials look like a practice run.