Skip to comments.Music Producer: Titanic was a sad story until I found out black people were not allowed on the ship.
Posted on 06/24/2019 7:41:24 AM PDT by EdnaMode
Titanic was a sad story until I found out black people were not allowed on the ship.
Okay. This virtue signalling crap has gotten out of hand. These Liberal Morons need to be throat punched when ever they open their pie-holes.
I dont actually care WHAT you think or say :)
So, it’s cool with him that 1,500 people died?
There was no prohibition on blacks sailing aboard Titanic, there just, more than likely, were none that were in England that wanted to go to the US.
Some people only see the world through racist glasses.
That’s the sad story.
Music producer my rear end. What he produces ain’t music.
Eric Holder, Obama, Jesse Jackson....
And now it’s a GOOD STORY
Recall when that ignorant, bigoted Cream Alcindor said he’d laugh when he heard of all white fatalities in plane crashes
A lot of black people apparently hate white people, and are glad to see them die. Not really a surprise in 2019.
So is he saying he wants Black people to drown?
This perpetual Black victimhood narrative is tiring. Hispanics and Asians in America are passing them by in economic success, and this idiot is crying racism about a ship that sunk over a hundred years ago. Get over it Bro, but then again we know you wont!
Some people canNOT handle history....
IS said producer upset that black Africans captured, enslaved, and sold blacks to whites, Arabs, etc.?
Yep, racism is alive and well, just not what the media tells you.
If by “Music Producer” you mean “guy who scratches vinyl records and turns up bass frequencies well beyond pleasurable listening” then Yes..he is a music producer.
“The Slave doesn’t dream of being Free, he dreams of being Master.”
There was plenty wrong and sad about the situation even without the racial component. Like the classism of the situation: 3rd class passengers forced to the back of the line for life boats. And yet, the Titanic reminds us of the equalizing force of death. Or as an Evangelist on the ship itself noted: there are only two classes (or races) of people: the saved and the damned. Without Jesus as your lifeboat, were all going down.
The ship exemplified of Tower of Babel levels of arrogance with all the faith places in the ships unsinkability.
And lo behold not just did the ship sink...but the British Empire along with it...and really all of the great empires of Europe as this was the eve of the First World War...
A foreshadowing...of all the destruction about to unfold...
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