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Saturday, March 04, 2023 

Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams shunned by newspapers because of his criticism of Black community

In the past week or so, veteran Dilbert cartoonist Scott Adams, who's also filmed commentaries on video for political issues, was dropped by many newspapers because he gave a statement many considered offensive to Blacks. Here's what the American Thinker had to say:
What did Scott Adams do to merit cancelation?

Adams became a nationwide trending topic after he said that black people are "a hate group and I don't want to have anything to do with them."

He also said the following:

Based on the current way things are going, the best advice I would give to white people is to get the hell away from black people.

Wherever you have to go, just get away. Because there's no fixing this. This can't be fixed, right. This can't be fixed. You just have to escape.


He then cited CNN anchor Don Lemon to claim that there's a "correlation" between a "mostly Black" neighborhood and "a bunch of problems he didn't see" in majority-white areas.

He went on to say that he moved to an area with a "very low black population."

Adams also said that he was going to stop helping black America because it doesn't seem to pay off.

It makes no sense to help black Americans if you're white.

He added that videos of black people beating white people had convinced him that whites should not help black people and whites should not live in communities with a large percentage of black people.

[...] Adams was referring to a Rasmussen Survey that revealed that only 53 percent of Black Americans believe "it's okay to be white." Twenty-six percent think "it isn't okay to be white," while 21% remain undecided.
While it's certainly devastating if the Rasmussen poll makes any sense, what makes this a shame regardless is that Adams decidedly did screw up. What he should really have made clear was that the education system, as run by leftists, is in the toilet, and needs serious overhaul so that leftist indoctrination won't be forced upon many present generations, leading to tragedies like this. Point: in most south African societies where blacks are more a majority, this kind of mindset is less prevalent (and race relations in the South African Republic improved since apartheid was abolished), so if anybody were to use their heads, they could make clear the education system, including that of universities, has some accountability when it's left unchecked.

So why didn't Adams just argue more specifically against the sad dominance of leftism in the USA school systems that's resulted in what we're seeing nowadays? I just don't understand. There have been some African-American commentators who've defended him, but the way Adams approached the issue is still very embarrassing. Hopefully, he'll take a better approach in the future. On which note, the Financial Times points out that:
Adams is far from cancelled. He can continue to livestream, blog, and, indeed, publish his daily comic strip through online channels, untroubled by the sensitivities of old media. Meanwhile, managerial faddishness, favouritism and outright incompetence endure. But Adams’ inflammatory remarks have finally driven Dilbert, subversive icon of a bygone office age, into exile.
Presumably, he'll continue the Dilbert strip in online capacity. Nevertheless, it's a shame he had to take such an awkward view of race relations, and cripple his career and legacy in doing so.

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The truth is that a majority of blacks have a victim mindset. Low IQ, higher testosterone AND estrogen (making them highly dramatic/emotional), low impulse control, low future time orientation. The black on white rate is very high and ignored in the mainstream media. Adams is right, they truly HATE white people, and blame them for being failures in life.

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