LETTER ON JADA’S PREJUDICE
Jada Pinkett Smith is a racist. She sees the world as black and white rather than a rainbow of differences.
Her mind is logged with boredom. She doesn’t admit to seeing the difference in intelligence or appearances. Everything is color bound.
She is prejudiced about color. She sees no other variegations in talent, intelligence, mania or depression.
Jada is one of the privileged, loved, coddled millionaires in Hollywood. There are decapitations in Syria and veterans walking around without legs. But all she cares about is the spoiled under-representation of African Americans at awards shows.
She is so superficial that her depth is on her surface. A young girl is dying of cancer in the hospital? Does she care? All she cares about is the Oscars. She is a whiny, self-loving, bitter, illogical complaint in a caucus of complainers.
Jada is a nouveau riche crybaby. She has become a rich white woman in black skin.
Martin Luther King would vomit at her emphasis on the color of the skin rather than the content of actors’ character in their roles. She is furious that her husband Will Smith wasn’t nominated for his role in “Concussion.”
Did she actually see her husband in this? He was a monolithic, boring, clichéd imitation of an African. He exaggerated his lack of nuance and was a Grade B actor.
In her land of bigotry Jada doesn’t say that her husband contributed a lot of money to anti-Semitic Louis Farrakhan. It seems the whole family is prejudiced while she points her finger at other’s imagined bigotry.
Perhaps there are no blacks nominated this year because no one was exceptional. Blacks and liberal whites are always making excuses for themselves. They cite that there are too many blacks in jail. They don’t mourn that too many blacks are committing crimes and that something should be done to educate them against bad behavior.
I know a lot of blacks. None of my black friends have been in jail. I’m white and I did two years fed time. Should I start a revolution? Should I get an Academy award for reformation?
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