Here’s What Buzzfeed Took Down: 37 Things Black People Need To Stop Ruining In 2018
Race-baiting click-bait hub BuzzFeed recently published a piece titled, “37 Things White People Need To Stop Ruining In 2018.” Understandably, it faced some blowback as the article itself, much less the title, is a blatant display of anti-white racism. This is not the first time that Buzz Feed put forth one of these anti-white displays; in December of last year the site published “19 School Powerpoint Presentations That Give Zero F****” which included slides that claimed “white people are a plague to the planet” and “how white people plagued society.”
In response to the article, National Review Online contributor, Dan McLaughlin tweeted: “Even if you subscribe to the asymmetric view of racism (ie, only some tribes can be racist, others can’t), it should not be hard to see why this sort of article is bad for America.”
Even if you subscribe to the asymmetric view of racism (ie, only some tribes can be racist, others can't), it should not be hard to see why this sort of article is bad for America https://t.co/cuSxWbMwEb
— Dan McLaughlin (@baseballcrank) December 28, 2017
Soon after, many others took to Twitter to point out the double standard Buzzfeed has on racism:
Funny. Now do black people, you racist assholes. https://t.co/8762JcZPTB
— J.R. Salzman (@jrsalzman) December 28, 2017
I have no patience for adults who treat this strand of progressive Internet culture as if it's equivalent to traditional racism, but I do wonder if it isn't contributing to the next generation of Stephen Miller types. https://t.co/c9Co62v0U4
— Conor Friedersdorf (@conor64) December 28, 2017
— Britt McHenry (@BrittMcHenry) December 28, 2017
Well, one Buzzfeed contributing writer decided to point out the hypocrisy of the original piece and utilized the Buzzfeed article portal to publish “37 Things Black People Need To Stop Ruining In 2018”.
While we don’t agree with many of the statements below (most have far more to do with bad policy signed in by the Democrats than any one race), it does a good job of pointing out the hypocrisy found in Buzzfeed’s editorial review process.
This article, making fun of the original piece, was promptly deleted by Buzzfeed’s editorial board, while the original anti-white article remains.
The fact that Buzzfeed would so vigilantly delete this article without batting an eyelash at the original”37 Things White People Need To Stop Ruining In 2018” should be cause for concern.
Please judge for yourself: give the original article a read, then read the now deleted article that we’ve decided to reprint below. Should Buzzfeed have deleted this? Should Buzzfeed have not allowed the original anti-white article to be published in the first place? Add your thoughts in the comment section.
Below, is the now deleted “37 Things Black People Need To Stop Ruining In 2018” Buzzfeed article: