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In Freeman’s latest role, which was “inspired” by a true story, he plays Dr. Cameron McCarthey, who is responsible for designing a prosthetic tail for a dolphin.
The problem with this story is that the real life doctors who invented the prosthetic tail for Winter is that they weren’t black. They were a couple of cracker-ass-cracker white boys. But Hollywood wants to make black people happy by pretending that they have made significant contributions to scientific achievement in this country by altering reality to suit their politically correct vision of how they wish the world was:
Now you might be asking yourself: why does it matter that Hollywood has decided to put a Blackface on the actually inventors of the artificial dolphin tale, designed by two white guys, that save Winter’s life? It’s just a movie, which happens to be produced by the same people who brought us 2009′s surprise hit The Blind Side.
It’s important because a lot of people are going to see this film, and because most people believe what they see on television and in films, they’ll come away thinking that a Black guy actually invented this prosthetic tail that helped saved Winter’s life. I wrote a whole book on what I call “Black Fictional Images”, entitled Hollywood in Blackface. Morgan Freeman, Denzel Washington, and Will Smith are the go-to Black actors for creating positive images of Black people via portraying fictional Black scientists, inventors, doctors, and people who routinely save the world.
If you haven’t picked a copy of it up yet, I highly recommend it.
That the casting director and script writer for Dolphin Tale would find it necessary to amalgamate the two white scientists who actually invented the artificial tail for Winter into a “Black Fictional Image” that could only be played by Freeman is one of the more egregious examples of Hollywood’s policy of Blackfacing true events for the purposes of inculcation.
There was no “Dr. McCarthy”; this is a Black Fictional Image created with the expressed desire of convincing moviegoers that a Black person was involved in the tale of saving Winter the Dolphin. In this case, the artificial tail was invented and developed by a Black guy. People believe what they are told, what they see.
I’m just waiting for the made-in-Hollywood moving featuring Morgan Freeman as the veteran SEAL team commander who masterminds and leads the SEAL mission that killed OBL. Despite the fact, you know, that there are almost no blacks in the elite ranks of the US Navy SEALS. Or any of the other elite special units in the United States Military. Unlike fire departments around the nation, the US military’s elite forces have not lowered their standards in the name of diversity.
But now we have this same magical negro who lives in a completely fictional world, is accusing Tea Party activists of being…you guessed it…raaaaacccciisttts!
All for having the temerity to oppose the nation destroying policies of Mr. Obama.
Morgan Freeman is a race-hustling idiot. I think that goes without saying. And his racist rant against anybody who opposes Obama really doesn’t even warrant the pixels I’ve already devoted to Hollywood’s favorite Magic Negro. But leading Presidential Candidate Herman Cain does a pretty damned good job of it:
The Republican presidential candidate called the Oscar-winning actor’s eyebrow-raising remarks “short-sighted” on Friday. “Most of the people that are criticizing the Tea Partiers about having a racist element, they have never been to a Tea Party,” Cain told Fox News.
Freeman, who endorsed Obama in 2007, created a firestorm when he told CNN’s Piers Morgan earlier this week that conservative opposition to the President has enflamed racism in America. He added the Tea Partiers have the mentality of “Screw the country, we’re going to do whatever we can to get this black man out of here…It is a racist thing.”
Despite the criticism, Cain said he wasn’t offended by Freeman’s comments. “Name calling is something that is going to continue in this because they don’t know how to stop this movement and this movement is making a big difference in politics,” said Cain, the former CEO of Godfather’s Pizza.