Well now, isn’t that something? Moviegoers who weren’t so much as a bulge in their daddy’s drawers have already crashed the “net” to buys tickets for Star Wars Episode VII- — The Force Awakens
Yet in the midst of all this excitement there have been. . . uh “dissenting voices”
“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” is going way too far on the dark side — according to the thousands upon thousands of people now accusing the upcoming film of promoting “white genocide.”
We know this sounds bizarre, but there’s actual Twitter unrest today with #BoycottStarWarsVII trending like crazy. The movement started shortly after a new poster for the flick was released Monday.
The poster features John Boyega — as well as Harrison Ford and Carrie Fisher … but haters think the image is pushing black over white … and not just the movie’s main characters.
Well now, isn’t that special? The very sight of John Boyega has inspired White Cyber-Riot. Clearly he reminds these doubtless “sensitive” movie fans of
Yep. Everything but the “hoodie.” And making matter worse there’s Daisy Ridley as the “Designated Carrie”
Now as we all know in the original trilogy Luke
may have been attracted to Princess Leia
But being his sister, it was “hands off.” This new couple isn’t related suggesting for the film’s detractors Boyega’ first line will undoubtedly be
No doubt this paranoia is perfectly in keeping with Donald Trump and his campaign promise to –
“Make America White Again”
But it also evokes
The white race is the cancer of human history; it is the white race and it alone –its ideologies and inventions –which eradicates autonomous civilizations wherever it spreads, which has upset the ecological balance of the planet, which now threatens the very existence of life itself.
When she discovered she had Cancer (which eventually killed her) the great writer took this metaphor back.
But she was right the first time
Cue Patty Waters.