09/12/2019 (Thu) 03:19:21
I really liked Chappelle Show and where he usually taps into, but I didn't like some stuff he wrote for
Sticks & Stones
and noticed a lot of awkward silence during his show. I was only able to laugh out loud at the end, which is not usual. It seems he went a little bit
on his material and stirs up the racial tensions. You could sense by his own reactions on the stage that he knows what he was doing, he could feel he was achieving his goal, better he anticipated it. On the other hand I watched Bill Burr's special and it is so much better, I was laughing during its whole length.
For some reason I think Chappelle is going down a worthy road, because only a minority actor would be able to tap into those issues without being heavily criticized and he is still taking heavy fire. You just can't go against the narrative as
mentioned, because that move is able to shift away the spotlight from whites to another minority group(trannies), which hurts the legitimacy of the system(privilege and reparations) and its capacity to work itself out. Word for word, his show makes minorities sort of a lose cannon and aim towards other minorities than the previously designated groups by jewish media(males and then finally whites as a whole). I felt he does that on purpose and that is good. Clearly whites would take fire under that, but as everything I previously mentioner, jewish media probably had the same feelings I had towards his material and are promptly putting the machine to work it out someway. His show rendered their backlash somewhat ineffective and is a really smart move.