On Monday, BuzzFeed celebrated anti-white racism in a piece titled "19 School Powerpoint Presentations That Give Zero F--ks," in which the liberal publication touted photos of messages that bash white people, such as the always-hilarious "white tears" and the declaration that "white people are a plague to the planet."
Obviously, if "white" were changed to "black," BuzzFeed would rightfully condemn such disgusting, racist behavior. But it says "white," so it's applauded.
"Slideshows are the best way to express anger," reads the sub-headline.
Some of the presentations idiotically refute the idea that racism is possible against white people; so-called "reverse racism" is as nonexistent as "Big Foot," apparently. Other messages are more overt, such as the classic white-people-plague-the-planet slide.
Here are some of their 19 examples:
"This presentation on historic events," reads the BuzzFeed caption.
The BuzzFeed caption: "This slide featuring important ceramic work."
"And this slideshow by a student who’s simply had enough."
"And this exposure of modern-day myths."
On top of fighting perceived racism with more racism, BuzzFeed has been keeping busy with other ventures. Last week, the publication went on a witch hunt for D-list celebrity Christians that read the Bible. Or, as Daily Wire Editor-in-Chief Ben Shapiro perfectly called it, thoughtfascism.
BuzzFeed attacked HGTV stars Chip and Joanna Gaines for attending a church which does not support same-sex marriage in a piece called, "Chip And Joanna Gaines’ Church Is Firmly Against Same-Sex Marriage."
Maybe BuzzFeed should back off their progressive tirade and stick to cat listicles and "sex positions that will drive him wild."