LOL: New Amazon Series Will Revolve Around Independent Black Nation In The Deep South
LET’S JUST KEEP it real and admit outright that Blacks have proven to be abysmal failures in the Great Game of Civilization on almost all fronts.
Whether we’re talking about Africans that didn’t master farming, metallurgy, or even fire until meeting the White Man, whether we’re looking at the very same Africans trashing former colonies set up by Whites to be tropical extensions of Europe, or whether we’re analyzing the vibrancy of America’s inner cities, the same facts ring true every single time.
And all of these facts combine to prove to us beyond a shadow of a doubt that the Negro is at best a primitive imitation of a White, and at worst a destroyer, a leveler, and an enemy that can never be successfully integrated without expending massive amounts of money, resources, and blood.
These truths cannot be disputed, and no amount of drivel pushed by the (((media))) can make Natural Law disappear from the face of the Earth.
A century and a half after slavery was abolished in the U.S., the wounds left by one of the darkest periods in American history are far from healed, as evidenced by the controversy surrounding the recent announcement of HBO’s upcoming drama series Confederate, from Game Of Thrones creators David Benioff and D.B. Weiss, which explores an alternate timeline of seceded southern states where slavery is legal and has evolved into a modern institution.
Another alternate history drama series, which has been in the works at Amazon for over a year, also paints a reality where southern states have left the Union but takes a very different approach. Titled Black America, the drama hails from top feature producer Will Packer (Ride Along, Think Like A Man franchises, Straight Outta Compton) and Peabody-winning The Boondocks creator and Black Jesus co-creator Aaron McGruder. It envisions an alternate history where newly freed African Americans have secured the Southern states of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama post-Reconstruction as reparations for slavery, and with that land, the freedom to shape their own destiny. The sovereign nation they formed, New Colonia, has had a tumultuous and sometimes violent relationship with its looming “Big Neighbor,” both ally and foe, the United States. The past 150 years have been witness to military incursions, assassinations, regime change, coups, etc. Today, after two decades of peace with the U.S. and unprecedented growth, an ascendant New Colonia joins the ranks of major industrialized nations on the world stage as America slides into rapid decline. Inexorably tied together, the fate of two nations, indivisible, hangs in the balance.
You’re talking about a race of people that has been known to steal oil from electrical transformers for cooking — my guess is that a grasp of nuclear physics and whatnot would take far longer than 150 years to materialize.
Deadline announced the Packer/McGruder project back in early February. At the time, it was untitled, and the producers would not divulge any details about the storyline beyond it revolving around an alternate universe in the vein of Amazon’s flagship The Man in the High Castle.
Ah, yes, that explains it all.
The Man In The High Castle, while obviously anti-National Socialist in some respects, became extremely popular among younger Whites, and led to many people thinking about how life may have been different had Germany emerged victorious in the Second World War (they were never going to invade America, but whatever).
So please view this new Black fantasy session for what it is — an attempt to drag the cultural Overton Window for Millennials back to the left.
Black America creates the kind of utopia that has been on the minds of generations of black Americans for whom the series may have a sense of wish-fulfillment.
“It was something that was personally intriguing for me as a black American,” Packer said. “You would be hard pressed to find many black Americans who have not thought about the concept of reparation, what would happen if reparations were actually given. As a content creator, the fact that that is something that has been discussed thoroughly throughout various demographics of people in this country but yet never been explored to my knowledge in any real way in long-form content, I thought it was a tremendous opportunity to delve into the story, to do it right.”
That involves “bringing on the appropriate historians to make sure we are telling the story in an accurate and responsible way,” Packer said, noting that historians have been brought in as consultants on the project, working with the producers.
Why is working with scholars on a fictional series set in present time so important? “Even though the story is set in contemporary society, not post-slavery, it relies on us being factually correct in telling the story of how we got to a contemporary society where you’ve got a sovereign country that is run by black Americans,” Packer said.
Well, we actually have plenty of contemporary societies run by Blacks of both African and American background that are perfect reminders of what happens once Whites are pushed out in favor of the Bruthas.
Let’s look first at Haiti, which was considered the Jewel of the Caribbean before a slave uprising wiped out European men and women (those of mixed blood were also slaughtered).
Next we can look at the most populous Negro nation (Nigeria), although according to one Internet commentator I hear that Lagos will soon be transformed into a “Nazi” fiefdom of some sort.
How about Liberia?
Here is a nation that was founded by ex-slaves from the United States, although their skills seemingly didn’t cover proper disposal of bodies riddled with disease.
Ok, so maybe I’m being a bit too harsh, and should therefore use an actual American model to prove my point.
Detroit it is then…
I think this specific racial case is closed with no appeals allowed.
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Source: Occidental Dissent