I don’t know much about Scott Adams.
- I know he is a friend of Mike Cernovich.
- I know he is the creator of the Dilbert cartoon.
- I remember seeing a bunch of stupid takes from him when I was still active on Twitter.
Based on what I have seen in the past, I have always thought of him as a sort of cucked Alt-Lite-adjacent Twitter personality. Apparently, he is being cancelled though now for going on a YouTube rant about black people. It seems he was unaware that millions of black people are anti-White.
“Newspapers across the country have begun dropping the comic “Dilbert” from their pages after Scott Adams, the cartoon’s creator, went on a racist rant in a YouTube video.
Adams posted a video to his YouTube channel on February 22 where he described Black people as a “hate group” and said that white people should “get the hell away” from Black people.
“That’s a hate group and I don’t want to have anything to do with them,” Adams said in the video. “And I would say the best advice I could give to white people is to get the hell away from Black people.” …”
How is this surprising?
“Adams opens the episode of the online program discussing the presidential bid by Republican multimillionaire entrepreneur Vivek Ramaswamy. Then, 13 minutes into the video, Adams began his screed by citing the results of a recent public opinion poll conducted by the conservative-leaning Rasmussen Reports.
By telephone and online, the group surveyed a thousand American adults, with this question: “Do you agree or disagree with this statement, ‘It’s OK to be white’?”
The report found that 72% of the respondents agreed, including 53% who are Black. Some 26% of Black respondents disagreed, and 21% said they are “not sure.” The poll also found that 79% of all the respondents agreed with the statement “Black people can be racist too.” …”
The core of the Democratic Party is the toxic relationship between 1.) White liberals who hate their own race and 2.) black narcissists who are put up on a pedestal and whose inflated egos and interests the entire system has revolved around since the Civil Rights Movement. The First Commandment of American politics is essentially “Thou shalt never criticize a Black person under any circumstances.”
Anyway, Dilbert has joined Aunt Jemima and Colonel Reb and Paula Deen and the Washington Redskins in the dustbin of history. The only surprise is that this cishet White male cartoon lasted as long as it did in mainstream newspapers.
Note: As we saw last weekend, this has become such a grievous sin that you can be now excommunicated for it in the Lutheran Church.