I’m not going to lie: I don’t like Trevor Noah and no it’s not blind hatred for the color of his skin. I simply don’t find him funny although I suppose he’s funnier than Stephen Colbert which isn’t saying much when you consider the fact that the cup of coffee I’m looking at right now is funnier than Stephen Colbert. However as someone who tries his best to pursue the truth in all that I do, I call ’em like I see ’em and right now Trevor Noah is catching a bit of flak for nothing more than speaking the truth.
Comedian Trevor Noah has been accused of racism after he claimed Africa won the World Cup – because of the number of black players in the French national team.
I saw this clip the other day on the 90 second narrative for the morning news and thought, “Hmmmm I bet he hears about this.”
Of the 23-man squad, 16 have African roots of some sort, although captain Hugo Lloris, goalscorer Antoine Griezmann and striker Olivier Giroud are of European heritage.
Trevor probably thought that being black himself would protect him from condemnation. However he now knows that speaking anything true in the face of the narrative lie trumps the race card.
If he was white he would have already been fired.
Mr Noah then joked it was not France that won the competition in Russia.
He said on Monday: ‘Africa won the World Cup.
‘I get it, they have to say it’s the French team.
‘But look at those guys. You don’t get that tan by hanging out in the south of France, my friends.
‘Basically if you don’t understand, France is Africans’ backup team. Once Senegal and Nigeria got knocked out, that’s who we root for.’
“That’s who we root for…” and by “we” he doesn’t mean the continent of Africa, he means blacks. During normal times, this wouldn’t even raise an eyebrow but in this new age of the Goyim knowing, all things must be heavily scrutinized.
The remarks on the US show caused international outrage when French football fans took to Twitter to blast Mr Noah.
“But but but muh fellow Frenchmen!”
French former reality TV star Martin Medus was among those who slammed the comments.
He said: ‘You’re a f****** racist. Those people are French and p***** to always be reminded of their background. They fight hard to tell people they are proud French people and yet you disrespect them calling them African. Are the Lakers an African team?’
Yeah, they pretty much are.
Just as American as John Wayne and the Constitution.
Elise Frank added: ‘So basically, Trevor, all the African-Americans in the US are just Africans, right? Know that as a french of Algerian, German and Spanish descent, I find it insulting. We are all french, we are one people. Ask the players,they’ll tell you they’re proud frenchmen!’
You know you’ve struck a nerve when the best someone can do in response to your comment is to tell you how it’s all about them personally.
One man said: ‘This is so racist to think that because they are black they are not French. They claimed their love of France. You denied them the right to be French? Is this what you want to deliver to all afro americans also?
A boomer’s reaction when reality is introduced to the delusional bubble they live in.
‘98% of the players were born in France. Only two players were born in Africa, but they came at the age of two. So they’ve grown up in France.’
The reasons our memes are funny and effective has always been due to the fact that they are based in the truth. Case in point: we mock and make fun of “Muh magic dirt” but here they are literally claiming just that.
The World Cup win for France has been described as a ‘victory for immigration’ as the nation rallied around players of foreign descent.
So now we’ve moved on to the next level from “Ethnic food” to “Can play soccer”. Sounds totally worth turning your country into Africa to me.
Viva la France mufugha! LOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOLOL
Former US president Barack Obama was among those to point out the varied races of the team.
‘Just ask the French football team that just won the World Cup. … Not all of those folks looked like Gauls to me. But they’re French! They’re French,’ Obama said in Johannesburg.
If you say it twice, no doubt with lots of “Ummmm” and “Uhhhhhh’s” in there it must be totally true. If France decided to attack and bomb all of the African countries that these players originate from, we’d see just how French they are. The article then goes on to list black players and how they were born on the magic dirt called “France” and thus, they are French in order to somehow prove they are French and not African. What Trevor Noah inadvertently did here was point out that the Emperor has no clothes and now the con artists are frantically running around lecturing everyone within earshot that no, in fact these are the most elegant clothes ever made out of the finest invisible thread and if you disagree we’ll call you names. Now, it’s easy to simply laugh at the silliness of all of this but the truth of the matter is the reason they are so frantically trying to silence everyone with their shame words is this is an intentional effort to replace you in your own native countries. Make no mistake: once you’ve lost them then all pretense of equality and fairness will be thrown out the window and then the mask will truly come off and you will be left at the mercy of the fangs of a ravenous enemy. This is a harsh reality and often times people will go along with the narrative lie for no other reason than the fact that the truth is such an unpleasant thing to face.
I mean sure, when the Nazis invaded France they didn’t go around raping the women or committing crimes but could they play soccer?