Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Racist polemic on “Star Wars VII” – Le Point

Next Star Wars is not yet released it creates a controversy on social networks. Fans from the white community believe that The strength of the Awakening , which arrived in mid-December, is far from the codes of the first installment of the saga by making too much emphasis to diversity . In short, they consider that there are too many people of color in the film … These zealots will even denounce an anti-white racism and call for a boycott of the film through the sharp word #BoycottStarWarsVII, which raging since last Monday on the Web.

According to US media, the site was launched by extremists and then fed by supporters of Donald Trump Conservative candidate for president of the USA. It highlights a very targeted propaganda, which denounces pell-mell, multiculturalism displayed cast, the politically correct dictatorship, anti-white campaign thinly veiled, the most virulent evoking even without joking, “genocide” white on film. No way for them to give a penny to a film which “alienates its traditional audience of young white men.” Really ? Black youth do not have the right to assess Star Wars

“For those that bother, they have to do it … “

These activists have used the broadcast, earlier this week, the latest trailer of the film to start controversy, particularly because of the notable presence of the actor British-Nigerian John Boyega. His arrival in the saga, announced last year in another extract, had already attracted a number of racist comments on social networks, some do not support to see a black actor put on the costume of a stormtrooper, a soldier the Galactic Empire. “For those that bother … We’ll have to do it,” had then commented the young actor on his Instagram account.

This is in essence what resumed in chorus on the Internet website calling for a boycott, which was quickly overwhelmed by very ironic or outraged fans scalded comments by this polemic as stupid as harmful. “If I understand, Wookiees, Ewoks and Droids them are acceptable, but a black person a problem? Go home, you have drunk too much, “says one. “It will make more room for me in the room,” says another. “And Darth Vader is, it is black … No? Finally his suit! So stop your serious cinema! . “Laughs another

The film’s director, JJ Abrams, wanted to meet this obscure campaign by posting itself a message on his Twitter account from the beginning of the buzz:” We are eager to share the trailer with you tonight. I do not care whether you’re black, white, brown, Jawa, Wookie, Jedi or Sith. I just hope you’ll like it. “We can not be clearer.


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