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“Avatar” is really about the superiority of white people. What?

The race-obsessed-to-the-point-of-clinical-paranoia lefties in this Chris Matthews clip could be right about The Blind Side: that it’s doing more than telling a true story — that it’s teaching people that blacks can’t make it in this world without the help of whites. Or, you know, maybe here’s a thought: the movie could simply be based on the true, heartwarming story of a kid who, down on his luck, was helped along and ultimately elevated to the top of the sports world by a kind family.That’s what I got out of it.

And Avatar could be a movie about how minorities need the help of white people who use futuristic technology to pose as minorities. Or, it could be simply a heartwarming movie about how evil white people have ruined all that’s good in the world. I mean, that’s what I got out of it.

The hypocritical thing about these lefties is that they probably support affirmative action, which, at its heart, is a policy that says minorities need the help of white people to make it in this world. So why is this pernicious, disgusting, racist concept perfectly okay to them as public policy, but nasty and wrong when it (allegedly) serves as the basis for a couple of movies?

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