Nickelodeon Pushes Race Propaganda onto Kids, IMMEDIATELY Shuts Down Opposition
Nickelodeon is one again trying to indoctrinate your children into becoming racists and to try and force them to feel bad for being white (if they’re white).
Remember the days where the biggest thing we had to be concerned with on Nickelodeon was Ren and Stimpy’s jokes? No anymore.
Supposedly, there is something called “environmental racism” that we are guilty of now.
In the “Nick News” clip, host Jamie Yuccas focuses on filth faced by those who live without white privilege.
There’s plenty of pollution to go ’round — soot in Pahokee, Florida; oil refineries in Louisiana; and “air so toxic in New York’s South Bronx that 20% of children have asthma.”
Nick’s made a determination: America’s systems have racism baked in.
And to harm people solely based on their shade of skin, forces are weaponizing contamination:
“What do these cities have in common? They’re all examples of environmental racism — a form of systemic racism.”
She explains: “Minority and low-income communities are surrounded by health hazards — because they live near sewage, mines, landfills, power stations, major roads.”
Speaking of “environmental racism” she says that it’s never been more harmful than in Duplin, North Carolina where, “believe it or not, the number of hogs outnumber the number of residents”.
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— Nickelodeon (@Nickelodeon) April 23, 2021
Oh God forbid! A pox upon society for there being more animals than there are people.
So freaking what? I live near a town that has 51 residents. Do you know what that means? The guy who owns the farm there has more chickens than there are residents in the town! *GASP*
But guess what? It’s not racist. If I tried to even think about how it might would even be racist.
But seriously, what does having a hog farm in a county have to do with racism? NOT A DANG THING!
One of the women in the video says that it’s environmental racism because they put the farms in areas where there are poor areas with Black or Hispanic people.
Here are a few questions I have…could it not be racism? Could it be that this is a better spot because of the amount of land required for them to operate? Could taxes have anything to do with it this location? Could any of these farms have been here before these were poor areas or areas where people of color started residing in abundance? Not everything is racist! The NBA is 74% black athletes and 18% white athletes. Is this because of racism? Why aren’t they allowing white people to get these same opportunities?
Obviously, this isn’t because of racism, it’s about who does what and who does it best. Maybe there are just more black people who play basketball and so logically you would expect there to be more black people who get drafted to the NBA because of it.
We can’t just jump to the conclusion that something is racist because there is one class of people more present than another, that itself is racist.