Slave movies are porn to whites. Slave movies are the “good old days” to whites. Do you actually think that they’re sitting back in theaters, slurping sodas and bottled mineral water, eating popcorn and everlasting gobstoppers, and thinking, “Wow, what a great teaching tool! This is the one—white people are going to take this slave movie seriously! It will help change millions of white perspectives and end institutional racism!”

No.

 

Why do white people (and Black men) continue to drool over slave movies? Why do they keep making different versions of the same fucked up shit for the entertainment industry?

 

I know why Black people bring up slavery—RACISM STILL EXISTS AND WHITE SUPREMACY LOVES IT. It needs it to survive.

 

Again, but why do white people and Black men continue to make movies out of it?

 

The prevalence of fetishistic slave movies today has two roots: Black men becoming part of the white American manhood club and the pornographic dehumanization and subjugation of Black women.

 

So Black men can now be the heroes of their own historical enslavement, as represented by characters like Django. Black masculinity is a staple of white audiences. Its cool, its rough, its strong, savage, dark, its Mandingo. Manhood is the only thing capable of raising up manhood, so manhood takes in only that which strengthens and purifies it. Wild, dark, savage Black manhood—as much as white men and women have tried to control, sell, and emasculate it—is still manhood. Its the darkest, coolest, roughest, and sexiest type as a matter of fact, so whites simply must have it and Black men simply must sell and give it away in order to move up the ladder of upward mobility.

 

Black men actively participate in the oppression of their own race and women. For props and profit, folks. This is not new.

 

And white people wouldn’t have it any other way. They’re interested in what they’ve always been interested-themselves and anything that furthers them getting whatever they want no matter the cost to those around them. So much for peace, harmony and love.

 

Black will never see a scrap of justice that does us any good as long as people continue to support the making and viewing of these movies.

We live in a society that is so desensitized to violence in general, violence against Black people, and anti-Blackness that this slave movie, that slave movie, none of it matters—these people are basically going to the theaters to see these films for entertainment. How fucking sick is that?

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4 thoughts on “Slave movies are porn to whites

  1. You realize black people are the ones making these movies right? So your statement doesn’t make much sense… unless these “black people” are getting a fetish out of it like you are stating. Sounds like you have some anger issues.

    1. Oh wow, you’re back. And you’d be wrong that Black people/Black audiences are making these movies and [creating the demand for them]. Angry, yes, I think more people should be a little more angry over the continued dehumanization of Black folks. [Like Black folks are just sitting back going, “Oh wow I can’t wait to see my race suffer in the next movie for entertainment, golly”.]

      [Who is really producing these movies and getting the most entertainment out of them? I guarantee you, its not the Black people I know.]

      Care about your opinion especially since you’re not Black and are obviously super ignorant? No, I don’t.

      Do I have time to school you? No.

      Unless you have anything of substance to say, go back to your own blog where you can be as much of an asshole as you want. Didn’t I tell you that on my other blog?

      Now, tiger, off you pop. Get along now, that’s a good boy.

      1. 12 Years a Slave is a 2013 British epic historical drama film and an adaptation of the 1853 memoir of the same name by Solomon Northup, a New York State-born free negro who was kidnapped in Washington, D.C. in 1841 and sold into slavery

        Do better research lazy.

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