There is Only One Response

Each day brings forth more wokeist nonsense and another demand that we should resolutely refuse to comply with.

White and non-black people are being told not to share any of the numerous Oprah Winfrey memes from her bombshell interview with Prince Harry and Meghan Markle – because they are a form of ‘digital blackface’.

Frighteningly, there are gullible people out there that believe this is a thing. There is no such thing as digital blackface. A meme is just that, a silly meme. Yet we have this pretentious organisation lecturing us like children about what we may do.

The Slow Factory Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to social and environmental justice…

That’s all I need to know to make damned sure that I will ignore their pronouncements. There is no need for such an organisation and reasonable, rational people should reject its pronouncement out of hand. Who, precisely, put these self-righteous, self-appointed busybodies in charge? They have neither authority, nor credibility. They are just making shit up and dishing out orders on the basis of it.

…this week issues a warning about digital blackface, describing it as an online phenomenon where white and non-black people share GIFs and photos of black people to express emotion, and stating that it often perpetuates negative stereotypes that they are ‘aggressive, loud, and sassy.’

In an Instagram post, the organization used an Oprah meme as a direct example of ‘digital blackface’ – sparking a furious debate in the comments where some agreed with the message, while others hit back, claiming that banning non-black people from posting the memes equates to ‘black erasure’.

Memes are for anyone who cares to use them. I repeat, there is no such thing as digital blackface. It is a made up offence created to fuel the offence industry and to perpetuate a reason for this absurd organisation to exist.

So, just for the cretins at the Slow Factory Foundation who can take a long run off a short pier:


  1. It is long past the point where I have no idea what these people are on about. Their made up fantasy grievances strongly suggest that they don’t have any real ones.

    Also there is this:
    “…negative stereotypes that they are ‘aggressive, loud, and sassy.”
    Why negative? The animated movie The Incredibles has a black superhero in it, I can’t remember his name but he does stuff with ice. His wife is really cool and, I would describe her as aggressive loud and sassy.

  2. Bar codes are racist.
    So are piano keyboards – The black keys are smaller and trapped by the surrounding white ones.
    And don’t get me started on the bad, unintended complete disabling of our electrical supply.
    Honky wimmin should not use mascara.
    Come on, we can out-woke the woke.

  3. Quiz: Saturday’s ‘Reclaim The Streets’ grief whoring protest

    This is an MP speaking yesterday – guess who?
    eg Priti Patel, Con (No)

    “I will hold a candle on my doorstep and reclaim a small part of my street”

  4. If I identify as “black” can I use it?.

    And by the way WTF is “non-black”?

    So if I’m black I can use it, if not it’s what? Cultural appropriation? Racism?

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