Thursday, July 11, 2013

Must not mention that blacks are dark or that Asians have slanty eyes
Reality is no excuse
CBS has folded to resounding public outcry over several Big Brother houseguests’ controversial and racist comments.  Viewers and subscribers of the uncensored 24-hour live feeds on pressured the network to address the cast’s comments, which caused two houseguests to be fired from their day jobs.

On the July 7 episode, CBS aired a segment spotlighting the derogatory remarks of the worst offenders, houseguests Aaryn Gries and GinaMarie Zimmerman.

Gries is seen speaking behind houseguest Helen Kim’s back, telling Kaitlin Barnaby that Kim, an Asian-American, should “go make some rice,” to which Barnaby responded, “That is rude.” Other Gries comments included: “I look, probably, like a squinty Asian right now.”

Zimmerman, who lost her job last week because of her offensive statements, was briefly exposed for making a racist comment about Candice Stewart, an African-American. She is shown telling Gries that Stewart is on the dark side ”because she’s already dark.”



Anonymous said...

One of the main purposes for creating political correctness, (it was created at UC Berkley) was to replace truth, honesty, and free speech. Instead, you are only permitted to say and think those things that are deemed "appropriate" by others.

PC is in fact, a new form of brain-washing. And, in a society that is, by far, the weakest, dumbest, and most gullible in the last several generations, it's working quite well.

Anonymous said...

I live in America. I have the right to write/say whatever I want. And it's equaled by another right just as powerful: the right not to read/listen it. Freedom of speech includes the freedom to offend people.

-Brad Thor

Anonymous said...

Finally a hate crime charge that lefty HIV positive fruits don't approve of.

Anonymous said...

liberals used to say, if you don't like it, change the channel. I submit that they take their own advice for once.