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Anti-White Narrative: Hate Caricatures

Slurs are easy to recognize and attackback, but hate caricatures are anti-white fictional characters, films, or highly descriptive writings that portray the diverse white European Americans in a hateful way. Film Producer Mike Judge's anti-white cartoon, Beavis & Butt-head, and TV Producer Norman Lear's character, Archie Bunker, are prime examples.

Attackback At Hate Caricatures

Each of the six principal themes used to attackback in the case of slurs may be used here. For example, you could attackback at Norman Lear (producer of All In The Family, a sit-com designed to defame the diverse white blue-collar urban workers) in this way: "Norman Lear exposed himself as a bully, a hater, and a liar when he showed us his own mental hate caricature of Archie Bunker."

Every hate caricature of young and old white Americans smothers their richly-textured diversity, their continental origins (Europe), and their nationality (American).

Sometimes the actual hate caricature is an invitation to maim or murder the diverse white Americans and this should be condemned in the strongest terms.


Archie Bunker - This is an anti-white hate caricature by the dominant media culture and the corporate entertainment culture about blue-collar white American men. Former Vice President Al Gore often spoke about Archie Bunker as though he were a real person, apparently believing that a hate caricature was a living being, instead of an actor channeling Norman Lear's hatreds.

George Will referred to Archie Bunker as though Bunker were a real person in Will's TV appearance ("This Week With Christiane Amanpour") on Sunday, 9/18/11, saying, "Archie Bunker lived in Queens" by way of explaining how a Republican won in that congressional district.

Yes, neither national Democratic spokespersons nor conservative pundits reject hate caricatures of the diverse white blue-collar American workers. But then, neither do Republicans, Libertarians, Socialists, human rights activists, or any of the other persons in our multiracial society who claim that they are intolerant toward what they consider hate speech.


Dumb Blonde - Another hate caricature by the dominant media culture and the corporate entertainment culture to denigrate the diverse white Euro-American women.

Huddled Masses - An historical hate caricature of white European immigrants, similar to "wretched refuse."

Lily-white - This is a plant-based hate caricature showing hatred for white Americans. It is a dehumanizing hate caricature.

Mayonnaise - This is a food-based hate caricature often seen in connection with "white bread." It is a dehumanizing hate caricature.

Mayonnaise and white bread were sarcastic "joke" terms used to denigrate the diverse white Americans, originating on the Dick Van Dyke TV situation comedy.


White Flight - A hate caricature by the dominant media culture intended to mask the pushing away or ethnic cleansing of white American residents, students, or employees from homes, hometowns, schools, and places of employment.

The urban-coastal Wall Street Journal used "white flight" in a very hateful way to smear the diverse white American students in Cupertino, California, schools in a 11/19/05 article written by the supremacist Asian American Suein Hwang to make European American students into the problem, not the Asian American immigrants. And the theme was picked up by the San Jose Mercury News in a hate story on 2/22/06 which savored the taste of white-bashing by the WSJ.

Anonymous, Resisting Defamation 33 Comments [8/8/2013 3:20:46 AM]
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What can you say to somebody who thinks mayonnaise is racist?

8/8/2013 4:30:08 AM


We ought to introduce him to Alf Garnett (Bunker's original) ... his head would likely explode.

8/8/2013 4:47:21 AM


Fifty years worth of comic books depicting black men with lips larger than my beard and the inability to speak anything resembling a proper language was thought of as reasonable or even realistic. That is fucking demented.

Exaggerated caricatures of varying offensiveness have been used in entertainment for years, why complain now? Oh, right, because they're no longer solely comprised of minorities and Archie Bunker makes bigotry look stupid so now your feelings are hurt.

Dumb Blondes: That actually has European origins. Sorry to burst your bubble.

Huddled Masses: I don't know how you get "filth" from fearful, desperate groups that only have each other.

Lily-White: So... a delicate, beautiful flower is insulting now? Granted, anything can be an insult depending on how and why it's said but this is silly.

Mayonaise: I stand corrected, THIS is silly.

White Flight: When you look at employment trends, this is an actual thing. Whites move on when work dries up, Blacks either don't or can't.

8/8/2013 5:00:46 AM


You're not resisting "hate caricatures" when you talk like this. You're confirming that you're a dumb blond.

8/8/2013 5:02:18 AM


Actually, smart blonds use mayonnaise as a mild hair bleach. Mixed with a little household peroxide and applied before working outdoors, it imparts a beautiful golden hue to dark blond, light brown, or mousy gray hair. Duke's is the best brand for that, as well as for savory table use.

8/8/2013 5:09:16 AM


If you identify yourself with Archie Bunker, you're probably a dick.

8/8/2013 5:55:46 AM

Mayonnaise as hair bleach... eww. In fact, not just eww, but ewwwwwww.

Still, I suppose it beats using the filthy stuff as eating material.

8/8/2013 5:57:53 AM


Well, no. Because it's acidic rather than alkaline, as well as enriched by oils and egg proteins, it has long been used in Florida as a type of Sun-in. It does far less damage to the hair than commercial products of the kind, and because the Dukes brand is sugar free, you are not followed by bees, wasps, hornets, ants, and flies. Of course, as with any such thing, it needs to be shampooed out after use.

I would add that this brand is indispensible to good egg salad, potato salad, tartar sauce, and mild horseradish sauce.

8/8/2013 6:20:57 AM


We have now reached the point where idiots think food is racist. I think that about settles it, the internet is over, roll credits.

8/8/2013 9:15:09 AM


Mayonnaise? Racist?


8/8/2013 9:25:36 AM


Anti-White Narrative: Hate Caricatures:

- an assload of characters in Shakespeare's plays, and in fact, in the work of every European playwright going back to the Greeks.
- Laurel & Hardy
- the Three Stooges
- Dagwood Bumstead, the residents of Gasoline Alley, the Katzenjammer Kids, etc.

8/8/2013 9:29:42 AM


Huddled Masses - An historical hate caricature of white European immigrants, similar to "wretched refuse."

Actually it refers to any immigrants & it's not an insult. It implies that these are impoverished people to came to America for a better life & better opportunities.

8/8/2013 11:41:00 AM

Homeschool Hero

Beavis and Butt-Head is not "anti-white". It's a show about two idiot teenagers doing dumb things.

And while mayonnaise may be horrible, it's not racist.

8/8/2013 1:52:40 PM

Hasan Prishtina

In order to be diverse you have to reflect more than one culture. Racists like Anonymous have problems doing this for reasons that ought to be obvious.

8/8/2013 2:21:06 PM

Creedence Leonore Gielgud

I'm a lily-white natural blond who likes extra mayo on sandwiches/burgers, and what is this?

8/8/2013 6:30:36 PM

Milk? That's a hate caricature against diverse white people!

Haha, jk.

8/8/2013 8:51:27 PM


Fails in both history, slang, and analogy. We've got the trifecta people.

8/8/2013 8:55:29 PM


"Every hate caricature of young and old white Americans smothers their richly-textured diversity, their continental origins (Europe), and their nationality (American)."

WTF are you talking about? Michael (a.k.a. "Meathead") is white just like Archie Bunker and he had a totally different mindset. That IS diversity.

Also, by your logic the media has a hate agenda against blacks since one of the most famous black sitcom characters from the same era, Fred Sanford, is an elderly, grumpy black bigot. Both Fred Sanford and Archie Bunker were the protagonists and main characters of their respective shows.

"Dumb Blonde - Another hate caricature"

That's a term and stereotype made up by white people long before TV existed.

"Huddled Masses - An historical hate caricature of white European immigrants"

False. "Huddled masses" refers to the common people of all races. It's a class description, not racial.


That's a neutral term. It's only positive or negative depending on the speaker who says it and why they are saying it or what they're implying from it. You can say, "I'm lily-white and I'm not a racist". That's not negative.

"White Flight - A hate caricature"

Nope, it's a socioeconomic phenomenon noted by economists, real estate professionals, sociologists and politicians/policy-makers. There's also such thing as "Black Flight":

Is that a hate caricature of blacks by the media? No.

8/9/2013 12:57:22 PM

Proud White Man

The "Three Stooges" is blatant anti-white propaganda that portrays white men as ridiculous fools. I have never poked the eyes of anyone who wasn't a black, I have never said "nyuk" (which sounds like something a black rapper would say) and I would generally never act like such a fool. If the ACLU weren't the liberal hypocrites they are, the show would be banned for demeaning the white race. You can bet that if the Stooges were black the ACLU would raise ten kinds of Hell over that trash. The fact that it's so loved is a sad testament to the anti-white bigotry that pervades American society.

8/9/2013 2:35:21 PM


@Proud White Man - The "Three Stooges" is anti-white propaganda? Are you fucking serious? By that "logic" black comedy shows should be considered "anti-black propaganda".

White supremacists have become a parody of themselves. The fact you said that crap without a hint of irony is hilarious and sad at the same time. You people play the race card more than Jesse Jackson.

8/10/2013 11:19:20 PM


without a hint of irony



I have never poked the eyes of anyone who wasn't a black, I have never said "nyuk" (which sounds like something a black rapper would say)

Not even a hint of irony?

8/10/2013 11:51:56 PM

If mayonaisse is racist then what about marshmallows, or vanilla ice cream, or whipped cream? Omigosh, I see the light, everyone who uses anything white is a racist. Wait, clouds are white. The sky is racist!

8/12/2013 6:52:03 AM


Don't really think there's anything wrong with this one, aside from it being a bit mental.

8/12/2013 9:30:01 AM

Rabbit of Caerbannog

No but apparently it's a hate caricature.

8/22/2013 8:51:40 PM

Mayonnaise is food!!!, which racism can there be THERE?

8/23/2013 8:23:24 AM

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