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Wednesday, February 05, 2020

The Black Musketeers

There may be seven of them. There may be three. Who knows anymore?
In an effort to celebrate Black History Month, and in a push for ethnic inclusiveness, book publisher Penguin Random House and retailer Barnes and Noble are turning white literary characters black.

For a promotional event in one of America’s largest cities, twelve classic novels are being given a facelift as covers swap characters’ races as a means of giving representation to individuals of varying ethnic backgrounds. Nothing in the novels themselves is being changed, so white characters within the so-called ‘diverse editions’ are still Caucasian in the text, making the move the literary world’s version of blackface.

Among the titles sacrificed on the altar of hollow pandering are Romeo and Juliet, Frankenstein, The Three Musketeers, and Moby Dick. Grabbing the most social media attention, however, is the updated cover to The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, as many believe it is dripping in racial stereotypes. The image depicts a black Dorothy, but instead of elegant ruby red slippers, the iconic shoes are replaced with a pair of sneakers.
And this is why Castalia Library is not only important, it is downright necessary. Because it is only a matter of time before Amazon starts deleting the non-updated versions from your digital libraries.

The amusing thing is that black authors are rightly irritated that Penguin and Barnes are attempting to use Black History Month to sell books by dead white authors instead of live black ones.

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90 Comments:

Blogger DiGi377 February 05, 2020 2:13 PM  

A black version of the Wizard of Oz has already been done - "The Wiz". I suppose each upcoming generation thinks itself much more original, braver and truthier than previous generations.

Blogger JG February 05, 2020 2:14 PM  

I saw a post on SG about this, and thought someone was making a clever joke...

Blogger IAMSpartacus0000 February 05, 2020 2:19 PM  

What the literal...
It's like their not even trying to hide their disrespect of black people.

"Hey blacks, we just made these covers with black people. See we are inclusive. What? No no we didnt actually change the race. But dont you see the cover, their black."


Honestly Holo lens needs to be mandatory for leftists and they must run the app "black tint" so they could spare us their idiotic labling.

Blogger Wazdakka February 05, 2020 2:21 PM  

What will our grandchildren call this decade? Not the roaring 20s thats for sure.

Blogger swiftfoxmark2 February 05, 2020 2:21 PM  

They have to do blackface though. When you have the literary talents of N. K. Jemisin as their only author to look up to, then you have to be a parasite.

Blogger Balkan Yankee February 05, 2020 2:27 PM  

Hey, if it worked for Canadian PM Trudeau and VA Governor Ralph "Jolson" Northam, it can work for Penguin-Random-House-Barnes-and-Noble!

Or so the marketing department thinks.

Blogger Argus Bacchus February 05, 2020 2:28 PM  

It's so great to finally see Captain La'Ahabious on the cover of Moby Dick.

Blogger Pseudotsuga February 05, 2020 2:34 PM  

Great! Now do Huckleberry Finn and Uncle Tom's Cabin.
Go ahead, I'll wait...

Blogger carnaby February 05, 2020 2:42 PM  

Sneakers, LOL

Blogger Kiwi February 05, 2020 2:46 PM  

I was having chuckle looking at the covers.

Then I saw The Secret Garden!

HOW DARE YOU!

Blogger furor kek tonicus ( no need to be racist, Ratchets can Karen better than anybody ) February 05, 2020 2:49 PM  

The amusing thing is that black authors are rightly irritated that Penguin and Barnes are attempting to use Black History Month to sell books by dead white authors instead of live black ones.



there's an empty quote block below this paragraph as though there was supposed to be a quote from a black author.

although, i'm not sure what the black authors are unhappy about;
i'm sure that, had he been given the opportunity, William Shakespeare would have been more than honored to identify as Negro.

Blogger Jon D. February 05, 2020 2:49 PM  

Is it just me or are these companies virtue signaling degrading to become even more inept and ridiculous as time goes on?

Blogger Haus frau February 05, 2020 2:50 PM  

How incredibly patronizing. I love it.

Blogger Dark glasses Woody February 05, 2020 2:51 PM  

Two broken homes, alike in lack of dignity, in frail Detroit is where we lay our scene.

Blogger cecilhenry February 05, 2020 2:52 PM  

Don't they see what this is a tacit admission of???


If its not White, its not right.


Who would ever dream of say.... a 'White history month' ... and make Fat Albert and the gang a bunch of Welshmen??


The stupidity staggers. The tacit condescension of those SWPL's who play along is even worse.

Blogger Newscaper312 February 05, 2020 2:55 PM  

Well Romneys photo should be added to the Infogalactic entry for Gamma (SSH)

Blogger bramley February 05, 2020 2:56 PM  

B..but.. Captain Ahab was always black! Melville whitewashed him. And Professor Frankenstein was a differently abled Muslim from Somalia, he studied at Mogadishu University, it's been proven scientifically. Shelley whitewashed him. And Dorothy was a strong empowered Black female single mother, everybody knows that, Kansas represent yo. Baum was a white supremacist misogynist and whitewashed her.

And let's not even get started on Shakespeare! Everyone knows who she was.

Blogger bramley February 05, 2020 2:58 PM  

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Blogger Brad February 05, 2020 2:59 PM  

Does this mean A Great Black Whale?

Blogger Daniel February 05, 2020 3:00 PM  

The Three Basketeers makes sense, as does Moby Dick and Romeo in Joliet. But Frankenstein??? That's racist.

Blogger weka February 05, 2020 3:04 PM  

Once they have been bowlderized and gone black, they will not go back.

Blogger peacefulposter February 05, 2020 3:07 PM  

The image depicts a black Dorothy, but instead of elegant ruby red slippers, the iconic shoes are replaced with a pair of sneakers.

This will be not be the first time that the slippers have been changed. As BB has pointed out, the original slippers in the book were Silver.

I wonder who will now portray the (((Great Oz)))?

Or Toto the Dog, aka God?

Blogger Ostar February 05, 2020 3:10 PM  

You want more books by black authors, publishers? Translate ones that already exist into English.

Blogger Tanjil Bren February 05, 2020 3:14 PM  

I am so *sick* of this crap.

Blogger maniacprovost February 05, 2020 3:16 PM  

Moby Dick

Instant collectible

Blogger Barbarossa February 05, 2020 3:17 PM  

The amusing thing is that black authors are rightly irritated that Penguin and Barnes are attempting to use Black History Month to sell books by dead white authors instead of live black ones.

Though, in fairness, the most damaging thing that can happen to most of these diverse authors is for someone to actually read their works. Far better to be Maya Angelou: More admired than read.

Blogger Ibelin February 05, 2020 3:18 PM  

Any kind of gender, racial swapping is more bigoted than anything. It's sloppy and is the worst kind of virtue signaling. Nothing more than mental masturbation for the intellectually illiterate

Blogger Cinco February 05, 2020 3:19 PM  

I have often wondered how when tyrants come to power they are able to convince the masses to do stuff like this. Now I wonder if the deluded masses just create path for the tyrant to travel on.

Blogger Constantin February 05, 2020 3:23 PM  

This shows just how low their opinion is of their targeted audience (self hating whites and Black) that they think they're dumb enough to fall for this.

Blogger binks webelf February 05, 2020 3:28 PM  

This is the fail of e-books used in the Amazon Kindle e-reader. Best to save them in another format, and on back-up, for when the digital book-burnings begin. #ComingSoon

Blogger Keith February 05, 2020 3:29 PM  

In the new version of the Musketeers, maybe the heroes will be using muskets instead of swords. No word on what orientation they will use to hold their guns though.

Blogger bara February 05, 2020 3:31 PM  

I've seen "The Wiz". No further commentary is needed.

Blogger Cataline Sergius February 05, 2020 3:36 PM  

Among the titles sacrificed on the altar of hollow pandering are Romeo and Juliet, Frankenstein...

Frankenstein's been done.

I've recently noticed middle of the road feminists starting to complain about just how condescending the Wokeness has gotten.

I wonder if Blacks are starting to feel the same way.

Blogger David Ray Milton February 05, 2020 3:36 PM  

Please tell me that they make Moby Dick a black whale.

Captain Ahab and his gay sailors traveling around the world chasing a giant black sperm whale.

If that’s not a meme....

Blogger Rough Carrigan February 05, 2020 3:38 PM  

In the book of the Wizard of Oz, the slippers aren't red, anyway. They're silver. The whole story is an allegory for how the U.S. gov't screwed its citizens by demonetizing silver.

Blogger CharityBear February 05, 2020 3:39 PM  

Never will understand why they think it's appropriate to revise historical classics rather than promote current day black authors and their work if they want racial inclusion. One of the funniest things is from the devil mouse himself where they are having Falcon become the new Captain America in his new show. Nothing says racial justice like giving the blacks the scraps of the whites.

Blogger God Emperor Memes February 05, 2020 3:40 PM  

Das rite!

Blogger CarpeOro February 05, 2020 3:44 PM  

In solidarity with black authors, I'll refuse to buy anything covers done in blackface. Not that Random Penguins have printed anything new worth looking at either.

Blogger Cataline Sergius February 05, 2020 3:47 PM  

The amusing thing is that black authors are rightly irritated that Penguin and Barnes are attempting to use Black History Month to sell books by dead white authors instead of live black ones.

In fairness,Dumas was a Black author but I doubt if any of them remembers that.

Blogger Dan in Georgia February 05, 2020 4:00 PM  

Brings me back to the 1970s Blaxploitation era. Who can ever forget the riveting storytelling in such classics as “Blackula”? Oh, yeah...

Blogger Lazarus February 05, 2020 4:02 PM  

Will the Great White Whale be black?

Blogger Steve Canyon February 05, 2020 4:02 PM  

Bet Othello stays black

Blogger Crew February 05, 2020 4:02 PM  

If black authors are writing Science Fiction that does not include Strong Women doing things women never do, I might switch to reading such black authors.

Blogger Up from the pond February 05, 2020 4:05 PM  

This is one of the vilest things I've ever seen, culturally speaking. I just took all my books off sale at Barnes & Noble. Their system says I have to wait 24 hours before I can delete them. Can't wait, bastards! That leaves me with just Amazon and Kobo. I'm researching other online distributors. Suggestions?

Blogger Azimus February 05, 2020 4:11 PM  

Same second-fiddle, "living in the shadows of the original" mockery that they are offering to women with Jane Bond and Dr. Who.

For all its other problems at least Black Panther was always and originally a story about Blacks and Africa. Why don't they promote H. Rider Haggard stories - the three I read were good stories and had complex, believable and likeable Black African characters that haven't been made in film since the 1940's and 50's.

Recycling content w/interchanged skin tone actors is still recycled content and should be seen for the cheap peddling promotionalism it is.

Today's "writers of color" make their stories about being black. Was Moby Dick about being white? Was Romeo and Juliet? The Great Gatsby? No! Just write a great story with great characters that speak to our humanity and everything else will fall in place.

But shame on Barnes and Noble for this pathetic trick.

Blogger Rick T February 05, 2020 4:21 PM  

Baum's silver shoes only became Judy's ruby slippers to make them pop off the Technicolor screen. White sneakers would have at least matched the story, or did B&N 'fix' that too???

Why didn't they just publish a novelization of "The Wiz"?

Blogger Nikolai Collushnikov February 05, 2020 4:22 PM  

Don't tell me. They're making Queequeg Dutch.

Blogger [Redacted] February 05, 2020 4:24 PM  

Too bad the cover of "Moby Dick" didn't blackface the whale. It would have become a must-buy.

Blogger Expendable Faceless Minion February 05, 2020 4:25 PM  

Moby Dick?
What the hell?
Is the Great White Whale now black?

Blogger Frankfurt Bear February 05, 2020 4:26 PM  

They made Moby Dick a black whale???

Blogger Doktor Jeep February 05, 2020 4:26 PM  

Unable to create their own characters.
Unable to create their own.

Blogger Expendable Faceless Minion February 05, 2020 4:30 PM  

Well Captain Ahab is black. The stupidest main character in required high school required reading is now black.

Way to go fans of tans!

Blogger Ahărôwn February 05, 2020 4:36 PM  

Vox - Considering most of these books are in the public domain, have you and Castalia considered doing your own line of classic reprints with historically accurate yet awesome covers?

Blogger SciVo February 05, 2020 4:37 PM  

Stunning and brave. Such cunning stunts.

Blogger The Course of Empire February 05, 2020 5:14 PM  

It would be pretty cool if they had an all white "Wakanda" (I know it's not a work of classic literature, but still). Just imagine, a fully homogeneous, white nation that is well run and prosperous, as if that would ever happen, right?! ;)

Blogger Ransom Smith February 05, 2020 5:18 PM  

In the new version of the Musketeers, maybe the heroes will be using muskets instead of swords. No word on what orientation they will use to hold their guns though.
There's an old 4chan thread about this actually.
I sadly don't have the link, but the words "Tyrese, gives these brothers a volley." Is part of it.

Blogger Kiwi February 05, 2020 5:19 PM  

@15. cecilhenry

Hey hey hey, it's whiiiite Albert!

haha

Blogger Darwin is a Harsh Mistress February 05, 2020 5:27 PM  

Blackface is okay now?

Blogger Franz Lyonheart February 05, 2020 5:29 PM  

I propose to diversify Shakespeare's Othello.

Blogger bodenlose Schweinerei February 05, 2020 5:43 PM  

I've recently noticed middle of the road feminists starting to complain about just how condescending the Wokeness has gotten.

The amusing thing is that black authors are rightly irritated that Penguin and Barnes are attempting to use Black History Month to sell books by dead white authors instead of live black ones.


These people are shocked, shocked, to discover most companies are only about the dollars and will happily do anything to get them. The child-like naiveté* of the Wokelings is often hilarious to behold.

Of course, if these mutilated messes sell, which they might, what with all the NMSSs and schools and libraries desperate to never be called "RACISTS!", we can look forward to similar empty stunts for cash from here on.

*By the way somethin', here's the first example sentence for "naiveté" on Google: "the administration's naiveté and inexperience in foreign policy". It never ends, does it?

Blogger Crew February 05, 2020 5:50 PM  

Lock him up for corruption and treason!

Blogger R. Gerald Lovejoy February 05, 2020 5:53 PM  

I would pay cold hard cash to go see Black Frankenstein in the theater. It would be way better than Black Panther.

Blogger Gen. Kong February 05, 2020 6:03 PM  

Longtime Lurker wrote:

Hey, if it worked for Canadian PM Trudeau and VA Governor Ralph "Jolson" Northam, it can work for Penguin-Random-House-Barnes-and-Noble!

Or so the marketing department thinks.


The marketing department isn't wrong. It absolutely worked for Governor Coonman as all the local dindus voted for him in droves. Same for the negroes of Soviet Canuckistan and P.M. Dressup. What's pathetic are all the conservatives, repukes and their moronic groupies spouting the latest variation upon their favorite virtue-signal loop: Dems Real Rayciss. Like Corn-Pop of olden days by the poolside, Shitavious didn't go for it in the 1990s and he ain't going to go for it now. He's there for the loot and knows the Dems (and their equivalent elsewhere) deliver the loot from YT in the form of preferences, promotions, get out of jail free cards, etc.

Since the Promethean-owned publishers are retconning literature they should add some ancient history as well by bringing out Mary Beard's The Celts, alongside sure-to-be classics like Corn Poppi, High Kang of the Romanz, etc.

Captain Ahab and his gay sailors traveling around the world chasing a giant black sperm whale.

A diversity two-fer! Ahab needs to be a tranny to make it perfect.

Blogger Nikolai Collushnikov February 05, 2020 6:15 PM  

Just make Othello Berber.

Blogger Akulkis February 05, 2020 6:49 PM  

"Far better to be Maya Angelou: More admired than read."

When the Clintons named her as the national poet laureate, she read one of her apparently most celebrated attempts at poetry aloud for the audience, on a live broadcast.

Lack of meter
Lack of rhyme
Incoherent

Sounded like what would result if I had successfully confiscated a bunch of the kinds of notes grade-school girls tend to slyly pass to each other when they're supposed to be paying attention to what the teacher is saying, removed all of the "Suzy said/did Blah Blah to/about Janet" notes, and then just copied the rest in whatever order I picked them out of the pile.

There was thunderous applause, of the "don't be caught as the first to stop clapping after Stalin's speech" variety.

Blogger Akulkis February 05, 2020 6:51 PM  

"In the new version of the Musketeers, maybe the heroes will be using muskets instead of swords. No word on what orientation they will use to hold their guns though."

The physical orientation and alignment required to use them as sex toys, of course.

Blogger Avalanche February 05, 2020 7:05 PM  

Update: "Barnes and Noble cancels publication of ‘Diverse Editions,’ classic books with diverse covers"

https://hotair.com/archives/john-s-2/2020/02/05/barnes-noble-cancels-publication-diverse-editions-classic-books-diverse-covers/

It's not NICE to fool Mother Nature!

Blogger Geir Balderson February 05, 2020 7:12 PM  

I see nothing wrong with 'borrowing' a theme. The Japanese have the Seven Samurai and Americans have the Magnificent Seven.
Make the three black musketeers in Africa somewhere. It might even be fun if they chose a proper time period and have at it. A black Oz in Africa may work. An Asian Mary Poppins in Japan could work with their polite culture. So many cultural movies without eliminating the classics.

Produce a MASH from the korean point of view. So many possibilities but Hollywood has to remake the oldies with different color faces. The lack of creativity is amazing.

Blogger Akulkis February 05, 2020 7:15 PM  

"In fairness,Dumas was a Black author but I doubt if any of them remembers that."

Like wise, Russia's favorite author, Aleksandr Pushkin was 1/8 black African.

https://infogalactic.com/info/Alexander_Pushkin

Ossip Abramovich Gannibal's* father, Pushkin's great-grandfather, was Abram Petrovich Gannibal (1696–1781), an African page kidnapped and brought to Russia as a gift for Peter the Great. Abram wrote in a letter to Empress Elizabeth, Peter the Great's daughter, that Gannibal was from the town of "Lagon". Largely on the basis of a mythical biography by Gannibal's son-in-law Rotkirkh, some historians concluded from this that Gannibal was born in a part of what was then the Abyssinian Empire.[9] Vladimir Nabokov, when researching Eugene Onegin, cast serious doubt on this origin theory. Later research by the scholars Dieudonné Gnammankou and Hugh Barnes eventually conclusively established that Gannibal was instead born in Central Africa, in an area bordering Lake Chad in modern-day Cameroon.[9][14] After education in France as a military engineer, Gannibal became governor of Reval and eventually Général en Chef (the third most senior army rank) in charge of the building of sea forts and canals in Russia.

The rest of his family tree three generations prior is, not surprisingly, all Russian.


* "Gannibal" = Hannibal by English pronounciation. Many words beginning with a "Ha" sound are transliterated into Cyrillic using the G equivalent for the first letter. Examples: "Gamburger" is what English-speaking people call "Hamburger". Russians write "Halley's Comet" as "Komet Galleiev"

Blogger Akulkis February 05, 2020 7:18 PM  

"Today's "writers of color" make their stories about being black. Was Moby Dick about being white? Was Romeo and Juliet? The Great Gatsby? No! Just write a great story with great characters that speak to our humanity and everything else will fall in place."

They can't do that and retain the praise and promotion from the race-baiters and others who literally identify themselves by having a chip on their shoulder.

Blogger Akulkis February 05, 2020 7:23 PM  

"Why didn't they just publish a novelization of 'The Wiz'?"

Because nobody who likes to read books has any interest in 'The Wiz'. 'The Wiz' is aimed at illiterates, just like most of the youtube commentariat narrators who aim for "a wider audience" than what they would if they wrote their words in a blog and included links to images and video-clips illustrating whatever they are talking about.

I prefer blogs, because I can read faster than most people can talk while remaining intelligible, and if something is somewhat confusing, it's much easier to re-read from a particular point than it is to skip back to where you want to start re-viewing a section of video.

Blogger Akulkis February 05, 2020 7:35 PM  

"Such cunning stunts."

Swap the first initial "-u" portion of each word, and you'll have an even more accurate statement.

Blogger English Tom February 05, 2020 7:50 PM  

Black Musketeers

All for one and sheeit.

Blogger Up from the pond February 05, 2020 7:50 PM  

The Blaze article disapproves of the people who objected to B&N's campaign, calling them "scolds." The Blaze is garbage.

B&N's statement about their pulling the campaign is a sorry-not-sorry apology with more than a whiff of gamma.

Stink all around.

Thanks to B&N for dropping the mask and giving people the final reason to dump them.

Blogger Avalanche February 05, 2020 8:52 PM  

@32 "Bet Othello stays black"

Desdemona turns out to be moslem.

Blogger The Depolrable Podunk Ken Ramsey February 05, 2020 9:21 PM  

Akulkis wrote:"Today's "writers of color" make their stories about being black. Was Moby Dick about being white?

Feminists in my college shocked me with their seething rage over Moby Dick as a sexist text. Not a woman in it. No romance/sex/eros whatever you want to call it. Side-stepped that whole ball of wax, and still winds up being one of the greatest American novels.

That, I suppose, is its great crime in their view?

Blogger Angela February 05, 2020 9:50 PM  

So can Othello be white?

Blogger furor kek tonicus ( no need to be racist, Ratchets can Karen better than anybody ) February 05, 2020 10:05 PM  

72. Akulkis February 05, 2020 7:35 PM
Swap the first initial "-u" portion of each word, and you'll have an even more accurate statement.


i believe you'll find that most people here are well versed in the art of Spoonerizing.

Blogger Glaivester February 05, 2020 10:06 PM  

Interestingly enough, the guy who wrote The Three Musketeers was actually a quadroon.

Blogger Newscaper312 February 05, 2020 10:08 PM  

@49 Dan
Heh, Blackula -- Dracula's Soul Brother

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V8Sfrhj5IP4

Re The Wiz, Michael Jackson, Diana Ross and Nipsey Russell actually had a certain charm. Worst thing in that movie was the awful over long Green, Red and Gold dance numbers in the Emerald City. Dog crap where they try to show black music and dance as serious art.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GfsdbGBhmfw

Blogger Glaivester February 05, 2020 10:09 PM  

@39 @69
Ah - missed that others had already pointed that out.

Blogger tublecane February 06, 2020 12:41 AM  

@39- That is a fact routinely pushed, though perhaps not in popular media. Though they fail to mention it's only one possibly African grandparent, which isn't very much black. I think he'd "pass."

Passing is bad in a world of Flight from White.

Blogger tublecane February 06, 2020 12:48 AM  

Black authors are pushed every Black History Month. Not new black authors, because no one would buy them. But the old standsby: Richard Wright, Ralph Ellison, Toni Morrison, Mayan Angelica...

This stunt, however dumb, could possibly make a little money, because it's stuff people are buying anyway. Moreover, black folk are already trying to lay claim to such authors, because as we all know Dead White Males, in addition to being evil, were also to a man black, queer, and female. (Either in drag or because the men stole their ideas from wives or whatever.) This is really a continuation of what has been averred in the Academy.

Only now some corporations are profiting. Suddenly gross stereotypes of blackness are too gross because blacks aren't the ones making money off of it.

Blogger tublecane February 06, 2020 1:45 AM  

@45- Pale, Stale Male writers wouldn't be interested in writing simply about being white, because white is too broad a category. Much like they never wrote stories just about being human or being a man (including Hemingway), though there were Battle of the Sexes stories. Even if the main character is a white man alone in Darkest African, it'll be about something else.

There are much subtler ethnic distinctions in olden books. Distinctions most readers don't notice anymore. Because they've been trained not to.

For instance, in the Great Gatsby, a German rube from the Dakotas--Jay Gatz--loses the affections of a Southern Belle and is subsequently transformed by Jewish organized crime for business reasons into the WASPish figure of Gatsby. He throws parties for the cream of Hamptons society, but can never truly be part of their world.

Blacks unfortunately are trained to see things in black and white (get it?). Certain intra-black conflict may exist in their stories. You know: lighter-skinned versus darker-skinned. But that's not going to get them ahead. Not anymore.

They're not even allowed to be at odds with Hispanics or Asians. It's One Big Happy.

Blogger God Emperor Memes February 06, 2020 2:36 AM  

I must admit "D'Artanyon" *does* sound like the sort of name they give their keeds.

Blogger Monotonous Languor February 06, 2020 5:05 AM  

Racism is neither moral nor immoral... it depends on how you do it.

Racial recognition is moral. Separation is moral. 'Ethnostates' are moral. Segregation is moral. A wall is moral.

Racial ignorance is immoral. Belief in racial superiority is immoral. Racial genocide is immoral. Destruction of cultural heritage is immoral. Population replacement is immoral.

Blogger bramley February 06, 2020 6:17 AM  

Dumas could pass for white if he wore a hat to cover his massive afro and vigorously squashed rumours about his many baby-mamas and employment of ghost-writers to do the heavy work.

Blogger Akulkis February 06, 2020 6:17 AM  

"Belief in racial superiority is immoral."

Have you BEEN to sub-Saharan Africa?
Have you BEEN to Central America?

Blogger HouellebecqGurl February 06, 2020 6:51 AM  

A lazy virtue signal for Blackface History Month.

Blogger Crew February 06, 2020 3:19 PM  

The news comes at you fast in 2020!

https://pjmedia.com/lifestyle/barnes-noble-cancels-diverse-editions-line-after-being-accused-of-blackface/

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