|Taika Waititi says racist New Zealand|
is the best place to live
DAILYKENN.com -- The man who rose from obscurity to multi-millionaire says his native New Zealand is racist as [enter f-bomb].
As evidence of the horrific racism that has gripped his former homeland, Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi points to the unwillingness of whites to learn to pronounce his name properly.
First, 'racist' as used by leftist moonbats always refers to white people, a practice that is racist.
Second, white racism is so rare on New Zealand that leftists are forced to invent nonsense to justify their false allegations.
Third, if News Zealand is as racist as [f-bomb] but remains the best place on earth, is that not a tacit endorsement of racism?
Fourth, Waititi (pronounced "Moonbat") apparently got his name from his Maori father and his intelligence from his mother's Jewish ancestry. Is that racist? Of course it is. I'm white. Everything I say, do or think must necessarily be racist.
Fifth, Taika Waititi also uses his mother's maiden name, Cohen, as a pseudonym. In so doing, is Taika Cohen a white supremacist for obscuring his Maori heritage? Or would he be a Jewish supremacist?
Sixth, I was under the impression that diversity is our strength. It seems to me that the diverse European, Jewish, and Maori culture is weakening New Zealand. Pausing to think. Oh. Never mind. It's the white devils who are causing the ruckus (not the Maori millionaire).
Nonetheless, I feel their pain. Having lived 65 years with an Anglicized French surname that few can pronounce, I'm obviously a victim and demand 40 acres and a mule, an EBT card, and a free vacation to New Zealand to atone for past trauma.
From bbc.com ▼
Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi has described New Zealand as "a racist place" but insisted his homeland is still "the best place on the planet."
Mr Waititi made the claim in an interview with New Zealand-born musician Ruban Nielson for the Dazed and Confused magazine.
In a wide-ranging interview, both men discussed fame, their works, politics, cultural heritage and their personal experiences of racism.
Mr Waititi is the son of a Maori father of Te-Whanau-a-Apanui descent and a Jewish-European mother.
He described the type of racism he faced in New Zealand: "People just flat-out refuse to pronounce Maori names properly. There's still profiling when it comes to Polynesians. It's not even a colour thing - like, 'Oh, there's a black person.' It's, 'If you're Poly then you're getting profiled.'"
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