REVIEW TWEETS – For the hashtag BoycottStarWarsVII, of US Internet call to ignore The Awakening of force under anti-white discrimination grounds . The initiative creates a flood of reactions.
On Twitter, the #BoycottStarWarsVII scrolls over a war in 140 characters, among a handful of users who call to boycott the film, and those who defend it. Since Sunday, October 18, a rain tweets calls to boycott Star Wars VII, accusing the upcoming Disney production to be anti-white propaganda.
From the first trailer of the seventh episode of the saga, it is a black actor that appears, John Boyega. Then a woman, Daisy Ridley, and finally Oscar Isaac, Guatemalan-born actor. In the eyes of fans supremacist Star Wars , white actors seem to have disappeared from the franchise. And for them, it is unforgivable when it is one of the most anticipated American films of recent years.
“Diversity means just to chase the latest white. Think about it, you should, “” There are things we can do now, like not giving our money to those that produce anti-white propaganda. #BoycottStarWarsVII “Tweet this kind of spread, lambasting a film that promotes a” genocide “product” destroy the white. ”
In response to the remarks of questionable taste, some users have preferred to respond with humor …
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