Thursday, October 17, 2013

Must not refer to facts about  Asians, blacks or homosexuals

X-Men' Producer John Palermo Goes on Racist Rant on Facebook.

His comments about Julie Chen, Kanye West and "Monster Moonves" live on, though his page has been taken down.

It was a train wreck while it lasted. Hugh Jackman's former producing partner John Palermo (X-Men Origins: Wolverine) has taken down his incendiary Facebook page, which had Hollywood buzzing about its plentiful racist comments.

"I'm crazy about Julie Chen!!!" he wrote Sept. 12 after the Big Brother host discussed her early career eye surgery. "Now that her eyes are finally open, she should leave Monster Moonves."

The same day, regarding news that Kim Kardashian and Kanye West had moved into a Bel-Air house: "There goes the neighborhood!!! It looks like a Poor Persian Palace, where's Kris Jenner when you need her?! #MoneyCantBuyADumbNiggaClass."

And in response to an article about Anderson Cooper attending the opening of his boyfriend's gay bar, he simply typed: "#SmellsLikeLubeAndHIV."

Industry colleagues have speculated that Palermo, who left his Fox lot perch after his contract expired more than a year ago, has flamed out.


Julie Chen had her eyes Westernized;  Moonves is head of CBS;  It does generally reduce property values when blacks move in and homosexuals do have a greater need for lubricant.  All those things are facts but you must not refer to them, apparently.


Anonymous said...

The irony about Chen is that most western media bosses like the 'Asian eyes' look. Her eyes were likely the reason she got her job in the first place. Changing her eyes will likely reduce her job offer (aside from Polermo's fetishes).

Anonymous said...

A fact (cannot) be racist.

Anonymous said...

Maybe a fact cannot in itself be racist (or homophobic) but the way it is reported or discussed certainly can be, and often is!

President Not Sure said...

Numbers are racist too. At least according to those on the left.

Anonymous said...

I think you are deliberately being obtuse JJR.
It is clear that Palermo was not just making factual statements.

Anonymous said...

bottom line, racism lives in the black culture, we see evidence of this daily.