Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Bill O'Reilly's Anti-Racist Porn

In addressing the Cliven Bundy and Donald Sterling racism stories a couple of nights ago, Bill "Loofah Sponge" O'Reilly aired a clip from the movie Mississippi Burning. The scene depicts the brutalizing of an evil, wicked raaaacist (a mental deficient as Bill would describe him) at the hands of a righteous Federal agent. O'Reilly said of the clip that it "epitomizes how most decent people want to confront individual racism." Here is a link to the segment, check out 5:20:

http://video.foxnews.com/v/3517697550001/another-racial-controversy-in-the-usa-/


So, does one have to actually commit a racist murder to be deserving of that kind of treatment (as is the plot of the film), or is merely making off-putting remarks about Negroes enough (as Bundy and Sterling did)? Perhaps even using the word "Negro" is deserving of a razor blade to the throat? Is that what ol' Loofah Sponge O'Reilly is trying to tell us?

Let me tell you what Bill really did - he showed a clip of anti-racist pornography in a moment of "Look how non-racist I am" bravado. And by pornography, I mean to describe the scene he played as an over-the-top appeal to emotionality over reason, not simply an attempt at sexual arousal. Though in Bill's case, perhaps he does insert a Loofa sponge anally while jerking off to Gene Hackman movies - can't rule out the possibility anyway.

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