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Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , , on July 27, 2020 by andelino

Promo material for “Cracka,” a new TV show to be released by Amazon in the fall that imagines a world where whites are enslaved by blacks.

Amazon’s New Show About ‘White Slaves’
by Shireen Qudosi

The history of “black slavery” is a horrendous part of the American narrative, but does it help to “heal the wounds” by normalizing the concept of “whites being enslaved by blacks?”

That’s what director Dale Resteghini envisions with his series “Cracka.” Slated for a fall 2020 release, the series asks, “What if the roles were reversed?”

“You took our breath away, what if we took yours? You raped our daughters, what if we raped yours? You stole our freedom, now we steal yours.” — Title Card for the upcoming TV show “Cracka.”

But it’s more than just reversing the roles. While the series “boasts” of reliving all the horrors of slavery, including the “rapes, beatings and lynching’s,” it also takes a very disoriented approach toward history, as All Hip Hop describes,

The movie offers a present-day so-called white supremacist who is magically thrust back in time to an alternate past where Africans enslave whites and rule the land known as America. … the protagonist – tatted with racist Nazi symbols – begins to harass an African American motorist. It is at that point that the violence starts. After the lead character rains down blows on the motorist, the pseudo-Nazi returns to his home. He then finds himself staring at the barrel of a shotgun and enslaved.

In Cracka, it’s not “enough” that whites are the “slaves” in this alternative world, rather all whites must be depicted as Nazis, which, intentional or not, gives off a message that, unlike the blacks who were enslaved in the American South, the whites in this alternative universe are racists and deserve such punishment.

A show like “Cracka” might look like it’s aligned with pro-black, anti-racist narratives, i.e., by allowing whites to really feel what blacks went through. In actuality, it promotes a distorted vision of that reality, similar to what is being advanced by the “woke” movement of today, where perverse new strains of reverse racism are being embraced as social justice:

  1. By reversing slave roles and making whites look like beasts and savages, the show plays into exactly the same racist narratives that advocates of slavery used to justify the torture and bondage of African Americans.
  1. The show essentially functions as a free marketing campaign for the real (and violent) neo-Nazis of today — a kind of “call to action” in the war of extremes, giving them good visuals for the propaganda they use to increase their ranks.
  1. The show ensures race tensions will be emboldened by pushing into the public consciousness more crude imagery and rhetoric similar to that of snuff films. It is a scientific fact that the human subconscious (with child-like innocence) completely accepts as reality whatever it sees, even if it rationally disagrees with it or rejects it. To have this type of content normalized by a major distributor is genuinely worrisome for the mental and spiritual health of the human race.

Let’s be crystal clear on one thing: “Cracka is not just entertainment. It is extremist propaganda, whether or not it is intended to be.”

The “reverse” of racism is still racism. “Mirrored racism doesn’t beget equity; it begets more racism.”

It is very alarming that the mainstream media and creative industry is openly normalizing the extremism of “racial” supremacy and divisiveness under the guise of black voices. The timing couldn’t be worse.

As a petition to cancel the release of Cracka notes, the show “will only serve to create a more toxic environment and incite and promote more violence.”

Below is the trailer for the show. Warning: It is very difficult to watch, as it is filled with sensational and deranged images that will be streaming straight into millions of homes this fall.

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