Generation KKK was trending on Twitter during the early morning hours of December 19, 2016.
I wonder how many of the KKK members featured in this new series are actors paid by the FBI to slander Donald Trump and the white race in general.
A serious look at racial issues from a white perspective would involve a long form interview with David Duke in which he was allowed to speak his answers without interruption.
What’s going on here is a psy op intended to rile up ignorant SJWs in order to shut down any serious discussion of realism related to race.
A&E is pulling back the hood on several prominent members of the Ku Klux Klan.
The cable network, on a buying spree of serious-minded documentary fare of late, has embedded cameras with the KKK over the last year in an effort to facilitate a dialogue between a handful of leaders in the hate group and members of their family who want to out. Sources confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter that the cable player has handed out an eight-episode order to Generation KKK, set to premiere in January.
Unlike members of the “alt right,” the KKK has been anything about subtle about its vocal racism. The Anti-Defamation League calls the organization a “a racist, anti-Semitic movement with a commitment to extreme violence to achieve its goals of racial segregation and white supremacy.” The project comes from This Is Just A Test (TIJAT), the production which went to A&E with the idea over a year ago.
To say that the series’ arrival is timely would be an understatement. The racial divide and white nationalism emerged among the bigger themes of the recent election. David Duke, a former Klan leader and perhaps one of the most outspoken racists in America, was a vocal Donald Trump supporter and has called his presidential victory a win for “his people.”
Subjects include an “Imperial Wizard” trying to recruit his daughter into the KKK, an Iraq war veteran indoctrinating his four-year-old son with racist rhetoric and fifth-generation Klan family trying to recruit a close family friend. There are no obscured faces or changed names, as has been traditional when the group appears in film and TV — members of the KKK who participated gave full permission.
The real issues plaguing America and the world are ignored as the (((media))) produces junk television. To take just one simple example, Black Lives Matter’s promotion of the murder of police officers is more significant than any issues relating to the KKK. Far more significant.
But do SJWs care about Blue Lives or White Lives?
Yeah, right, Trump is KKK all the way.