‘Poisoned by the Narrative’: Scott Adams Explains How the Anti-White Media is ‘Weaponizing’ Black Hatred

Dilbert creator Scott Adams is currently getting cancelled because he spoke frankly about the dark reality of America’s future under Black Lives Matter occupation.

Nevertheless, Adams is refusing to back down against the pressure and is continuing to expose how anti-white hate is permeating through society.

Adams released a video tracking the genesis of modern anti-white hate back to the Treyvon Martin case, which was highly publicized in 2012. Martin, a black teenager, was shot by George Zimmerman, a Hispanic male on neighborhood watch, in Florida after an altercation in which Martin was pummeling Zimmerman and put his life in danger.

“I’m very much in agreement with a Gallop poll from a few years ago that shows that race relations took a dive, I think, around the time of Treyvon Martin when the media found they could get a lot of money by ginning up racial hatred,” Adams explained.

Marxist indoctrinators seized upon this shift and ramped up anti-white hatred in the education system in order to divide and conquer America.

“There is some amount of black population that is poisoned, that is just poisoned by the narrative. They are victims, they are literally victims. Now, the white population is just as much victims, in a different way,” he said.

“There is a cost on the white population because they’re demonized by the collective forces here, and that there is a predictable response. The predictable response, at least one of them, should be to put some distance between people who have been victimized and are therefore weaponized,” Adams continued.

“Here’s another word for it: I’d say that the media and our education system are weaponizing part of the black population…to have an immediate racial frame on things that you maybe don’t need a racial frame on,” he added.

Adams’ full analysis can be seen here:

Adams built upon concepts from a previous video blog where he spoke about a Rasmussen poll showing that a stunning percentage of black people did not agree that it is “okay to be white.”

“If nearly half of all Blacks are not OK with white people according to this poll—not according to me, according to this poll—that’s a hate group, and I don’t want to have anything to do with them,” Adams said, adding that white people should “get the hell away” from black people considering their views.

Adams is drawing attention to a sad reality that most in the public eye are too afraid to speak up about. He should be applauded for his moral and intellectual courage.

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