Jon Stewart’s Systemic Racism

I’d like to go on Jon Stewart’s show. I’d just recite to him every single thing he said while he was on Crossfire.


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Written by ShortFatOtaku

Hi, I'm SFO, and on this channel I make political and philosophical content. There's a lot wrong with the world at the moment, and I don't really have any way to affect political change other than making videos on pertinent topics, so I'll do what I can. My political position is a liberal centrist - I believe that free western capitalist democracy is the best political system we have, and that it's under attack from all sides, from SJWs, from religious extremism, from radical feminism, from identitarianism, from both progressivism and regressivism, from extremism from both ends of the political spectrum. If you're expecting me to either be alt-right, or side with social justice, you're going to be very disappointed.


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  1. to everybody saying "no audio/video", it's not me it's youtube, that's why there are other comments of people who can watch it just fine. i dunno man go catch it on the bitchute or somethin there's nothin i can do lol

  2. IIRC Andrew originally declined going on the show, because he didn’t want it to be like this. But the producers (or whoever talked to him) said it would just be a one on one with John, so he agreed. Of course he then gets ambushed and bullied with words he never said shoved in his mouth and painted as a racist on TV

  3. This is why I rarely ever talk to my mother about politics anymore. She has repeatedly said blatantly racist and sexist things against me to argue for her political beliefs. And there's only so many times I can point out someone's being racist before it just becomes exhausting.

  4. "And that is why we have to SMASH our oppressors!" Khorne smiles.

    "We may as well give up because we're all racist. The best thing we can do is shut up. Just consume and accept." Nurgle gives a thumbs up.

    "And we're going to transition the kids to their true selves, and everyone can be happy without want of work." Slaanesh does a sexy jiggle.

    "Ackshually, when you think about it in magical 'I'm a super hero who can change all this through words alone' kind of way, all structures are oppressive and intersectionalist. It was all designed with white people in mind, from a certain point of view. From a critical, truest point of view. When you are super rational and have 200 IQ, and read several hundred redundant texts that kind of circle back, you'll know. It's all snowballs." Tzeentch floats higher and higher, until he evaporates into the stratosphere.

  5. The problem with these self-hating victimhood advocates is when they say "We should have a conversation" it's blatantly obvious that what they really want is to conduct a sermon. The ONLY voice they want to hear is their own. Note that "Karen" literally has to cut EVERYONE off to bring the focus back to her buzz-word filled talking point … she'd be more than happy if all of the straight, white men in the segment vanished without a trace.
    Most of these self-hating white guilt promoters are white, upper-middle class, college educated academics and housewives (you know, like this panel) they've also decided that they don't want these "minorities" to speak, they'll speak on their behalf while telling everyone else we need to "amplify (insert victim here) voices".
    Take note that while the self-haters are "given a seat at the table" the only voice of dissent is on camera, so he can be muted, lagged and/or "accidently" disconnected if he actually starts making points with the mindlessly clapping audience.

  6. These people don't understand that if you treat people who aren't racist as if they ARE racist, then you take away any consequences for actually being racist. I mean, they're already being treated as a racist, so why not actually be one? What's the downside? You're already being treated like one. And this is going to be a problem. I think it's one reason why white supremacist groups seem to be on the rise right now.

  7. I've come to the conclusion that those who are the loudest about a problem, are the ones who least want it solved. They always have skin in the game, usually a grift (like the Al Sharpton method of "pay me or you're racist"). People like Hasan Piker, Vaush and the lady in the video don't really want the woke, socialist utopia they advocate for because they'd have nothing to complain about, and/or base their grift on. That, and they'd be identified as proletariat and sent to the salt/uranium mines while a prominent Party member seizes their homes "for the people".

  8. Jon is the epitome of "the enemy of your enemy is not necessarily your friend". He rose to prominence back when the right as a whole were war-mongering prudes who cast their judgmental eyes on anything they didn't view as pure. Now that the script has flipped and this is what the left is all about (with a different definition of "pure"), we're seeing his true colors and it ain't pretty!

    I guess the early hints were who he chose to promote. It wasn't so obvious how terrible Colbert was back then because he was playing a character. But Samantha Bee and John Oliver? Choosing Trevor Noah as his replacement? Should've been dead giveaways. Jon is the prototypical political propaganda comedian. A lot of us still have good memories of him because he was actually funny unlike every late night show comedian today. But if you want to wipe that from your brain, just remember that he had writers and producers coming up with a lot of his material. That slick editing from the Daily Show had nothing to do with him.

  9. They are assuming that the reason African Americans are at the bottom of statistics is because of racism. They don't even think of the countless other variables that could explain their circumstances.

  10. You say the crack laws are fucked up, but crack is worse than cocaine. Most local crack legislation was made by black legislators to be harsher on crack usage.

  11. What conversation? There is no conversation, the "conversation" is "white people, and their Asian buddies are going to sit there while we belittle and mock them, then screech about how they need to change, but will not ever tell them exactly what needs to change other than "reparations," which we never define clearly either." The joke will probably be reparations in the form of tax payer funded college education for black people which will ultimately benefit the universities more. Free money isn't going to be floating about without the universities, charities, and PACs getting their cut.

  12. One thing I want to correct. In the US most drug laws written in black communities are written by legislators from those communities and the reason they're so punitive is because they witness the effects and crime those drugs bring first hand. It's not like the state and federal legislators who have no clue about the communities they represent. They don't treat it like fucking Portland because it's literally their children, families, and friends that are directly effected.

    Also on to the woman from the video, why would I ever want to take advice on how to change society from an open, self admitted racist? Fuck her. She's trash. All people who openly admit to it and virtue signal about how good they are for openly admitting to being racist are trash. They are the modern KKK. The KKK thought they were good for doing that evil shit and were also open racists. Fuck them. Fuck all people like them.

  13. That fat chick really needs to deal with her internalized racism! Self hatred is sad

    Edit: how is someone supposed to have a conversation with people like her? She waits for her opposition to finish, she doesn't actually listen.

  14. You are not served well by ignoring relevant facts about the conversation on race. You have no idea what you are talking about when referring to white privilege. What is true is that economic situations is not what we are talking about when referring to white privilege.

  15. You are not paying attention to what is missing in your views. What Jon is taking about is the prime reason for the injustice. No one is blaming today's society for decades ago policies. We are talking about policies that exist today that has not changed. Stop thinking that we are blaming or hold white people responsible for sins of the past. You cannot relate because it doesn't happen to you. However it happens to me daily

  16. The living on welfare is kind of a misnomer. You made the claim no one wants to live on welfare; that's a half truth because there's a ton that want to live on handouts and they do not care how they get them.

  17. I see very few people actually addressing why the guy on the video feed was 100% correct, the other people were just too dumb to understand.
    First: yes white supremacy is a hyperbolic statement. White supremacy is the belief that white people inherently stand above other races due to their skin color. It’s in the name. This ignores the consistent success of Asian individuals. East, southern, and middle eastern. They want to change the definition of white supremacy because if they didn’t, they themselves would be white supremacists.
    Second: they are pretending like many of the past laws are still in effect. Yes they could have lingering effects, but they’ve been repealed for decades. You don’t call that progress? Can you still argue in good faith that current America is a white supremacist society?
    Third: these people actively hurt the conversations about race. Broken families and black on black crime are the biggest issues facing the black community. You can argue they are due to the remnants of racist policies, but that doesn’t cancel the fact that these problems exist. When they ignore it, they support idiotic policies like defunding the police, lesser punishments, and welfare that actively harm black communities.
    Nothing holds the black community down like progressives.

  18. People so easily blame white people for slavery, as if that was a white-only crime. Who do you think sold the slaves to white people in the first place? Do you think white slaves weren't a thing? Africans were enslaving their own, and then to enrich themselves, slave owners would sell off slaves to passersby. It didn't matter what their skin color was. It was a lifetime of unpaid labor. It just so happened that Africa was a lot worse off and many more slaves came from there. Some people are intent on painting history through a lens in which white people were tyrannical monsters, but the reality of it is, the world was and is a fucked up place. Even a mother can sell her daughter if she's desperate. We can have a "conversation" like these people want all day long, but there's nothing new that comes from it at this point. The only things worth talking about would be things which are actionable. As far as that goes, they usually propose harm against people who've had absolutely no responsibility for the crimes of the past. Sure, little jimmy might be growing up nicely because his grandparents made a fortune off the back of slaves in the past. But what do they propose, take all his toys and beat him up over it? That hardly seems fair, and you don't fix unfairness by being unfair.

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