New MTV Show Publicly Shames White People For “What They’ve Done in America”

Article posted on July 10th, 2015 by WhatAmIMissingHere

WAIMH Red ArrowEDITOR’S COMMENT: Unfortunately, this is another example of the ‘brainwashing’ that is taking place every day among our young people, as the progressives, echoing President Obama’s sentiments, want to convince everyone that America is bad, and has done ‘many bad things.’ This is also another reminder why your kids and grandkids should NOT be watching MTV, as in my opinion, MTV and other similar shows are the ones that are actually ‘bad’ for America!

By Paul Joseph Watson

No, this is not a joke. The documentary is hosted by Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, an illegal immigrant and amnesty activist who has worked for the Washington Post and the Huffington Post.

The trailer for the show, which has been widely criticized by YouTube respondents, features white people expressing angst about how they are desperate not to appear “racist” or “offend people.”

According to Kimberly Ricci, the documentary forces the participants “to internalize what they’ve done in America” – in other words, this a huge exercise in white guilt tripping for public consumption.

An MTV write up of the show also explains how Vargas talks to young Native Americans who feel that European settlers did not ‘save the country’.

In the interests of balance, when will Vargas be fronting a show called Black People that collectively blames all black people for black crime statistics, including the fact that black people in America commit over half of homicides despite making up only 13 per cent of the population?

How about the fact that despite being outnumbered by whites five to one, blacks commit eight times more crimes against whites than vice-versa?

This documentary represents the culmination of years of race-baiting and racial division which is being driven by the mass media and the Obama White House, tensions which have rapidly accelerated since the Ferguson and Baltimore riots.

Responses to the video trailer on YouTube were savage, with the clip receiving twice as many ‘thumbs down’ in comparison to ‘thumbs up’.    (my emphasis)

READ all of Paul Joseph Watson’s comments from Info Wars here.

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