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  • ross1948 5:53 pm on June 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , Kristen Bell, The Simpsons, voices of coloured characters, white actors   

    Simpstemic Racism? Gimme A Break! 


    So once more we have to discuss The Simpsons!

    Lesson From Mr. Apu’s Fate? Disney Ain’t What It Used To Be! .

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    …but this time because there’s to be a ban on the use of white people’s voices for cartoon ‘people of colour,’ by which, presumably, they mean coloured people!

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    There is no rational explanation for this, nor moral justification. Nobody cares who is doing the voice for any particular character, because IT DOESN’T matter!

    The children ( and parents, who sometimes watch with them) cannot see the person speaking, only the cartoon.

    The only individuals who do pretend they care are the rich toe-rags, like media hacks, slimy celebs, pinko politicians, dog-collared race-baiters…

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    …with nothing better to do than cast about mentally for new and as yet unexploited and absolutely unimagined grievances.

    Honest working people, normal people, never think about using trivia to gain cheap publicity, never mind determine who gets to do whose voice on a kiddies cartoon show.

    But hold on!

    Somebody has explained it for us, not with reference to The Simpsons,but to another show for little kids.

    She explains the issue clearly, showing genuine signs of having analysed her reasoning for seconds and seconds.

    Or read it in an antifa fortune cookie!

    Oh, and BTW, Kristen Bell campaigned for Obummer in 2008.

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    Kristen Bell

    Ms. Bell also, and more impressively, provided the voice of Molly, a mixed-race child, in the cartoon series Central Park…

    But, she declares, like St. Paul on the Road to Damascus, she suddenly understands that doing so displayed “a lack of awareness”.

    “Casting a mixed race character [with a] white actress undermines the specificity of the mixed race and Black American experience,” she added.

    https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/entertainment-arts-53201667

    WTH ( note my H, not the rude F)  is she gibbering about?

    As noted at the top of my page…

     

     
    • Angry Man 6:09 pm on June 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      Hohoho!
      Is there any tiny aspect of life these BLM manic sh-stirrers will leave undisturbed fur us to enjoy as rhe Western world is demolished?

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    • Megha 10:57 pm on June 28, 2020 Permalink | Reply

      The unfortunate reality!

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  • ross1948 3:47 pm on January 22, 2020 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: apu, , Disney, eisner, , , The Simpsons   

    Lesson From Mr. Apu’s Fate? Disney Ain’t What It Used To Be! 


    Poor Mr. Apu.

    I rarely watch The Simpsons, which can be funny sometimes but depicts a white working-class family as dysfunctional to the point of being abhorrent…

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    …but the Indian shop-keeper, Apu, was a completely inoffensive and sometimes very entertaining character.

    Now he’s being erased.

    RT reported that

    The Simpsons’ had previously responded to accusations of racism by poking fun at the controversy in its show — which earned them plenty of criticism — but it appears they have caved to online pressure. Could it have anything to do with Fox being bought out by the always play-it-safe Disney? https://www.rt.com/op-ed/478602-simpsons-cancel-apu-hank-azaria/

    Could it indeed!

    But Disney can hardly be described as ‘play-it-safe’ – PC multicult fanatics..

    https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2019/11/14/disneys-dirty-censorship-tricks-uptights-despoil-kids-of-fun/

    …are almost invariably inextricably involved with the gaystapo agenda, and this, from the pro-multicult, pro-homo media…

    ….

    It’s Not Just Frozen: Most Disney Movies Are Pro-Gay

     
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