The Chinese are a close runner-up but they have little impact on Western culture & popular opinions, they mostly muck up the supply chain & inflict communism & censorship on their own people.
Actually, that will be proven to be untrue. The Chinese have invested billions controlling the U.S. media landscape; e.g. did you notice how many news sources ran to protect China/CCP when the Wuhan Flu broke? Trump called it the "China virus" and they flipped out. That's running to protect their money sources.
And China has huge leverage on Hollywood as well. Almost every blockbuster makes sure to carefully edit any anti-communist/anti-chinese sentiments right out. Chinese interests are quietly working to take over or get controlling stakes in Hollywood companies. What caused Disney to suddenly take notice of the Star Wars debacles was less the U.S. audience reaction than the Chinese audience reaction: they wholesale rejected the feminist woke messaging and the films flopped there.
And let's not forget that Google, Facebook, Apple, Twitter, and Amazon bend the knee daily to China.
In short, China has a HUGE impact on our culture, but they smartly have kept that under wraps. It's even more unspoken than Jewish influence.
You're right. It's far more subtle. It's more on the corporate / business level at this point. Your average American is more sensitive to "anti-Semitism" than they are anti-Chinese sentiment. I mean, when the COVID situation took hold in America, everyone & their momma (average Joe Schmoe on the street) was talking trash about the Chinese, lol.
Using his same logic, blacks have the power.
Often, we discuss conspiracy theories as if they are kooky yet benign tales spun by our neighbors, acquaintances, and even friends. But in America’s current political and cultural configuration, prejudice combined with ignorance often masquerades as legitimate thought and leads to devastating outcomes (just see how Floridian COVID-19 deniers are doing now). And in a society marked by incessant high-speed information and spin, anecdotal and instinctual bias becomes the basis of bad-faith arguments about free speech and a “marketplace of ideas.” As much as social media has brought us smart thinking by typically marginalized voices, it’s also allowed careless people with big platforms to speak more loudly—and without the immediate intervention of the wiser and better-informed people who may (or may not) surround them.
Recently, big-name Black entertainers like Ice Cube, Nick Cannon, Diddy, the Jacksons (Stephen and DeSean), and even beloved Black author Alice Walker, have spouted age-old anti-Semitic talking points—usually by quoting known bigot Louis Farrakhan—insisting that “the Jews” run everything, and locating Black liberation in anti-Jewish suspicion.
On his podcast, Cannon spoke to fellow anti-Semitic conspiracist Professor Griff, formerly of Public Enemy (he was kicked out of the group for his anti-Jewishness, specifically for calling Jews “wicked”), agreeing with Griff’s racist view that Jewish people control media and claiming that “Semitic people are Black people” so Black people cannot be anti-Semitic. After Cannon was dropped by ViacomCBS for his comments, Diddy then took to Instagram and invited Cannon to his network RevoltTV. On July 4th, Diddy’s RevoltTV broadcast a speech by Farrakhan—a man who has praised Hitler and repeatedly calls Jews “Satanic”—worldwide, and also shared a Farrakhan video on Twitter in which the Nation of Islam leader called the Jewish head of the Anti-Defamation League, Jonathan Greenblatt, “Satan” and claimed that “those of you that say you are the Jews, I will not even give you the honor of calling you a Jew. You are not a Jew. You are Satan, and it is my job now to pull the cover off of Satan so that every Muslim when he sees Satan, pick up a stone, as we do in Mecca.”
I agree and I cringe when I see my FB friends who are conservative posting links to blacks who speak out against the mob (I have been guilty of this as well). The BLM types simply don’t and never will care. The only solution is to crush them as peacefully as possible.I think it’s extremely unimportant. The right already believes that so they gain nothing except mental masturbation by listening to black conservatives affirm that what they already think is right.
The left never will be persuaded. They literally don’t give a damn. Blacks vote left because the left promises them free social status. White liberals vote left because they are cognitively feminine and have projected a mother instinct into minorities.
Streisand effect in play, and we also get to watch those teetering on the brink of deplatforming grovel at the feet of their Jewish masters, which is bad enough for Whites much less blacks who abhor that kind of behavior.
The woke blacks know that plenty of their brothers are literally spreading cheeks for their Jewish sponsors to get those shekels. The awareness will only grow at this point.
Terry Crews has been catching flack from some of the black community for recent comments out there warning folks about black supremacy. But I found this one rather interesting (apparently he kicked a porn addiction a few years back):
Terry Crews calls for Pornhub — a privately funded porn site — to be defunded - NY Daily News
But as several online commenters pointed out to Crews, Pornhub is a private company that funds itself with ads and subscriptions. Police departments are supported by tax payer dollars. “But... Porhub isn’t publicly funded?” wrote one Twitter follower. “I’m confused.”
I think at the end of last year, there was a lot of Black-on-Jewish attacks in a gentrifying neighborhood recently bought by Jews. You had the Jersey City Kosher Market, and the Hanukkah Spree Stabbing.I have no problem seeing blacks go up against them. Would be fun to see more of it. Watch the whole thing implode.
LEVIN: You hear this phrase systemic racism, systemic oppression. You hear it on our college campuses. You hear it from very wealthy and fabulously famous sports stars. You hear it from media types. You hear it -- first of all, what does that mean? And whatever it means, is it true?
SOWELL: It really has no meaning that can be specified and tested in the way that one test hypotheses. It does remind me of the propaganda tactics of Joseph Goebbels during the Age of the Nazis, in which he is supposed to have said that people will believe any lie if it's repeated long enough and loud enough, and that's what we're getting.
I don't think -- it's one of many words that I don't think even the people who use it have any clear idea what they're saying. The purpose is served by having other people caving in.