Chris Rock hosted the 88th Oscars this year, and made the entire show about melanin. Black black black black black black, black, black black, black and black.
Blacks are 12.6% of the US population. 70% of NFL players and 75% of NBA players are black. Then there’s this:
According to the findings of an AP analysis, ABC, NBC, and Fox have a higher percentage of African-Americans in prime time than the percentage of Blacks in the country’s population. The U.S. Census puts the percentage of Blacks in the population at 13.2. African-Americans accounted for 15% of the cast members on ABC and NBC fall shows.
But let’s not let the facts get in the way of a good black tantrum, shall we? Because you sure as hell won’t hear or read of this on either the Oscars or trotted out on the front page of newspapers or in the MSM.
Chris Rock ensured that he threw as many barbs as possible to those persons whose skin wasn’t as dark as his. Leonardo DiCaprio was made the butt of an early joke. The liberal, Leftist Leonardo DiCaprio was not amused. Not a whit.
After the first half hour, there were more jokes by Rock with Caucasoids as the butt.
The auditorium did not erupt into spontaneous rolling floods of massive cheers, shouts, uproarious laughter and huzzahs. In fact, many of the so-called “jokes” by both blacks and GOWP Caucasoids fell primarily quite flat.
Rock and his ilk seem to think that blacks are the center of the universe, completely ignoring the Asians, Indians, Namibians, Mexicans, gays and transgenders in front of the camera and behind.
Basically what happened is this: Hollywood GOWPs tacitly agreed to “take it on the chin” for Political Correctness and mostly shut the fuck up whilst sitting in the audience. Good for them. Be good little overpaid cowards. Good times.
This year’s Oscars were an excuse for racism, Political Correctness, personal and general belittling, as well as verbal filth and cultural devolution.
Overall, Chris Rock ensured the 88th Oscars were mostly a classless event. “Harvey Weinstein, kiss my ass.” High art, that.
And if Rock thought that going to a Compton theater for the opinions of blacks provided a necessary insight then yes, it was an insight — into the cultural and historic ignorance of blacks themselves. Nice job Rock. You proved that the blacks you interviewed were insular, racist, unable to expand their personal scopes beyond the hood.
The ratings plummeted for that reason. In fact, the ratings were at an 8-year low.
It breaks my heart to see Hollywood Leftists hoisted and gored on the spears they so love to use on everyone else.