Big Brother 15 & Supreme court ruling on Voter rights act.

6 Aug

The title is long, but by the time you are done reading this, you will see the connection between the social experiment on T.V. and our justice system. If you have been watching Big Brother 15 on CBS, you will have noticed the sick and disgusting racial slurs, homophobe slurs , sick”jokes” about children and women. Big Brother 15 if just a microcosm of the American society.

A few months back the Supreme Court made a ruling that either Article 4 or 5 in the Voter rights act are no longer needed. Their justification is that racism no longer exists in America. The article they ruled that no longer is needed ( in their minds ) was the article that stopped voter suppression in southern states that has deep roots of racial injustices. Those states can now do as they please when it comes to voter laws per their state.

The connection to that ruling and Big Brother 15 is the racism going on in Big Brother shows that racism is alive and very strong. The ones that are acting out these racist ways are from southern states. Racism is taught, not something you are born with. IT is taught a lot in the southern states, just look at the way the folks act on Big Brother.

I personally think that in 2014 there is going to be a lot of African-Americans and Hispanic/Latino folks not getting the chance to vote, and those in power will justify it one way or another with a shit eating grin.

What is going on in Big Bother and the real world is institutional racism, and we the people are the only ones who can squash it. How can we squash it you ask? We can call folks out on racism when we see it happen. We can educate those who are uneducated on racism. Those in power , like Julie Chen and the producers of Big Bother can step in and do something about it ( and they are doing nothing, they are just as guilty as the perpetrators). We can elect people who are against racism and still understand that it’s alive and change laws to protect the powerless.

As long as we sit back and do nothing, we are just as bad as those enacting the racist ways. Saying or doing nothing is just as bad as saying it’s OKAY TO BE A RACIST!

I challenge those at the top of CBS to step up and do something. I challenge those in politics to step up and fix what has been unfixed. I challenge those around the world to step up and stand for something. STOP RACISM, don’t stand on the sidelines and be quiet!!!

Here are some RACISM SUCKS shirts from zazzle. It’s simple yet powerful at the same time. Get the message out that RACISM SUCKS!!!

8 Responses to “Big Brother 15 & Supreme court ruling on Voter rights act.”

  1. big brother August 7, 2013 at 3:01 am #

    great blog I’m a massive Big Bro fan from Norway

    • Chad Johnson August 11, 2013 at 10:21 pm #

      Why thank you big brother. hope you stop back and read my blogs every now and then.

  2. Michael Bivins August 8, 2013 at 9:37 am #

    I called this a few months ago!! The Trayvon Martin(rip) trail, this BB season, the movie about the Oakland BART shooting, the continuous racist remarks about Obama!! It seems like the Zionist powers are fanning the flames to cause some type of Race based animosity so they can implement some type of measures to quelle it!

    • Chad Johnson August 8, 2013 at 10:48 pm #

      I agree. I find if scary as to how silly things have gotten. The ones instigating the racist rants and actions are so bold about it. They either say racism is dead ( because they don’t really see what they are doing to others), or they blame others for their actions and thoughts. I read an article today that those protesting President Obama in Arizona say it’s his fault they are racist.

  3. Cindy August 9, 2013 at 12:10 am #

    I agree while heartedly! The garbage that’s taking place on Big Brother is another example of America! This is the worse season ever!

    • Chad Johnson August 9, 2013 at 8:07 am #

      It’s also showing how aweful America has gotten the last few years. And the folks acting like this see no problem in their behavior and blame others for their insecurities. I agree with you Cindy.

  4. Cindy August 9, 2013 at 12:20 am #

    ” Whole” heartedly.

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