Category Archives: Celebrities

Caribbean Project: Sean Penn Slams “Whole Fucking World” for Haiti Fatigue

Haiti I’ve managed to find some juicy excepts using various sources from Sean Penn’s now infamous Haiti speech at the Cannes Film Festival: “It’s not only celebrities who went for a day,” he said to a room full of journalists … Continue reading

Posted in Celebrities, Diversity, Haiti, Mainstream Media, Negroes, Race Realism, Race Relations, Racism | 35 Comments

Travolta Names The Jew

California Hard to believe, I know. This is one of the funniest celebrity gossip stories I have ever read … so funny that it is worth sharing here. “Defendant began screaming at Plaintiff, telling Plaintiff how selfish he was; that … Continue reading

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The Star Spangled Rag

Amurrica I’m tacking this here as an outstanding exhibit of why for the first time in history the majority of Americans do not believe “our culture is superior to others.” Fewer Millennials believe in the superiority of Amurrica than their … Continue reading

Posted in Americanism, BRA Culture, BRA Race Relations, Celebrities, Culture, Humor, Southern Nationalism, Whiteness | 26 Comments

Selena Gomez and the Hispanization of America

Pop culture is one of the most powerful forces shaping people today. From teenagers to adults (think of 40-something women trying to be Sex in the City and Desperate Housewives MILFs and cougars), pop culture shapes the way people want … Continue reading

Posted in Celebrities, Culture, Discourse Poisoning, Films, Hispanics, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , , , , | 96 Comments

It’s a Party in the U.S.A.

One hesitates when analyzing pop culture.  Firstly, doing so makes one look foolish or hypersensitive.  Secondly, the very absurdity of what passes for culture hinders serious analysis.  Third,  when the “culture” one views is that of modern America, one’s thoughts … Continue reading

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