Man Creates ‘Racism Simulator’ To Show MSM’s Hypocrisy

Man Creates ‘Racism Simulator’ To Show MSM’s Hypocrisy
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The raging war against white men is still marching on with mainstream media regularly and negatively targeting the racial and gender group. Publications such as Buzzfeed and Huffington post, which are heavily influenced by Feminist ideologies, regularly promote opinion pieces that decry white men as either jokes or the primary causes of world problems.

Recently, Huffington Post published an op-ed by a feminist named Shelley Garland titled ‘Could It Be Time to Deny White Men The Franchise.’ The article goes into blaming white men for the majority of world problems and later suggests that we take away the ability for white men to vote. It’s an incredibly bigoted, racist and sexist notion which should not be promoted on a mainstream website with an editor’s approval to millions of Americans.

Some of the biggest blows to the progressive cause in the past year have often been due to the votes of white men. If white men were not allowed to vote, it is unlikely that the United Kingdom would be leaving the European Union, it is unlikely that Donald Trump would now be the President of the United States, and it is unlikely that the Democratic Alliance would now be governing four of South Africa’s biggest cities.

The above excerpt is from the original version of the article in which the author suggests if we remove the ability for white men to vote it would help the ‘progressive cause.’ The article was later revised after the backlash of regular, every-day people who found the article to be what it was – sexist and racist.

The article was later revised, and a notice was added:

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The notice is nothing more than a response to the backlash. If there were no backlash against the original piece – it would have stayed published the way that it was. After all, It already passed an editor and was posted on the site in its original bigoted form.

The Huffington Post article is just one of hundreds perhaps thousands of examples that are popping up left and right targeting white men. It’s become ‘fair game’ in essence to target white men on their gender and race despite the glaring hypocrisy of the notion.

To further point out the hypocrisy of racism and sexism targeting white men, an Asian man named Uncle Change created a ‘Racism Simulator‘ extension for Google Chrome. The racism simulator replaces the word ‘white’ with ‘black’ on all content read through the Google Chrome web browser.

In the video above, you can see the ‘Racism Simulator’ in action replacing the words ‘white’ with ‘black’ on articles from Buzzfeed and The Huffington Post.

It seems ridiculous when we replace ‘white’ and ‘men’ with any other racial or gender group. This is because as a society we have become accustomed to the idea of attacking white men as being acceptable. Feminist ideologues have slowly convinced modern society that white men are a group that can and should be attacked.

Feminists use mental gymnastics to justify their sexism and racism by using concepts such as the ‘power structure.’ The power structure essential claims that any group with power cannot be discriminated against. It’s a ridiculous notion at best to believe that prejudice may only be levied on people who don’t have money or power. It’s like saying a rich white woman who has monetary power and demographical power is not able to experience sexism because of ‘power structure.’

The semantic gymnastics and hypocrisy need to come to an end. It’s time for mainstream media to realize that prejudice against any racial or gender group is not acceptable – including white men. We as a society need to continually stand up for white men, just like anyone else, and continue to openly criticize publications and authors that promote these sort of harmful ideologies.

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