->We're back. And I think we're in [[LivingMacGuffin Itsuki]]'s house. What bothers me though is that [[MagicalGirl Mikuru]], who's been carried here by Itsuki, looks like she's just gotten out of the bath. Maybe we're supposed to think that she was given a bath by Itsuki while she was unconscious? [[YouHaveGotToBeKiddingMe You've got to be kidding me!]] Then this would be the point where anyone's doubt turns into a [[UnstoppableRage white hot rage]], building into a desire to kill. But for now, I will not give it much thought, doing away with all the emotions that might be bubbling up. We are, after all, just watching a movie with actors playing characters. This isn't reality, right?
-->-- '''Kyon''', ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', "[[ShowWithinAShow The Adventures of Mikuru Asahina Episode 00]]"

->'''Theatre Student #1:''' Who runs the world?\\
'''Theatre Students:''' ''(In unison)'' ''Whites''.\\
'''Theatre Student #1:''' Who runs the world?\\
'''Theatre Students:''' ''(In unison)'' ''Whites''.\\
'''Parent:''' Why are they saying that when ''they're'' all white? It just makes it seem like they're bragging.
-->-- '''"High School Theatre"''', ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''

->'Oh, by the way,' he said, 'what do you call yourselves?' Well, we looked at him and Mister Stephen J. Butts here looked at [[AmbiguouslyJewish Kenny Greengrass from New York City]] when asked 'what do you call yourselves' and said:\\
'The [[UsefulNotes/KuKluxKlan Clansmen]].'\\
Kenny turned absolutely white. And Butts said:\\
'With a C. With a '''C'''!'\\
And Kenny looked at us white as a sheet - [[NotHelpingYourCase whoa, bad analogy!]] - and said, 'Not with a C, not with a P, not with a Q, you're not the Clansmen! Now go get another name, we gotta have something to put on this demo.'\\
So we came back and we looked at Kenny with big smiles on our faces and said, 'You're right. We're not the Clansmen, we're the [[Literature/TheHighwayman Highwaymen]].'\\
He says, '[[SarcasmMode Wonderful]], from a bunch of rednecks to a band of robbers. [[DeadpanSnarker You guys are gonna go far.]]'
-->-- '''Steve Trott''' of [[FolkMusic The Highwaymen]]

->There's probably no way to rethink this material without throwing it all away.
-->--'''Pauline Kael''' on ''Film/LostHorizon''

->That is how we will heal our racial and socioeconomic differences: [[StockAesops by separating ourselves]]. If only we could institute some kind of '[[UsefulNotes/TheApartheidEra segregation]]' where all of us could be with our own kind, none of this unpleasantness would happen.
--> -- '''''Website/{{Cracked}}''''' on ''Disney/TheFoxAndTheHound''

->Horrific implications time! *[[{{Sexophone}} porn music]]*
-->--'''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaChick''' on ''{{Disney/Mulan}}''

->In [[UsefulNotes/TheSixties 1966]], when most black people in the U.S. couldn’t even be assured of their voting rights because [[UsefulNotes/CivilRightsMovement the Civil Rights war]] was still being fought, [[Creator/StanLee a New York Jew]] was writing about a brilliant black biochemist hanging out with [[ComicBook/TheAvengers the Avengers.]]\\\
So let’s jump ahead forty goddamn years. What do the heirs and stewards of Stan’s many creations decide to do with a groundbreaking character like Bill Foster, in their story about [[ComicBook/CivilWar the ever-present tension between freedom and security?]]\\\
Why, [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor a lily-white evil Norse uebermenschen]] blows his heart out with a bolt of lightning!
-->--'''''Blog/ToplessRobot''''', [[http://www.toplessrobot.com/2008/09/the_10_people_who_have_stayed_dead_in_superhero_co.php "The 10 People Who Have Stayed Dead in Comics"]]

->The one character labeled 'wife' [[StuffedIntoTheFridge is raped and murdered]]. Two out of three of the characters labeled 'father' kill each other after reuniting [[OedipusComplex with their estranged sons]]. And the one woman labeled 'divorcee' is revealed to be [[HystericalWoman a violent psychopath]]. Whenever she engages in or discusses this [[{{Yandere}} violent psychopathic behavior]], the comic always shows us a close-up of a magazine cover picturing her, with the words '[[StayInTheKitchen On Divorce]]' printed big. There’s oh so much more.
-->--'''Jason Michelitch''' on ''ComicBook/IdentityCrisis'', [[http://comicsalliance.com/the-15-worst-comics-of-the-decade/ "The 15 Worst Comics of the Decade"]]

->The most obvious worrying aspect of the production is that it seems that every black person in Harlem, the Caribbean or New Orleans [[EverybodyDidIt is involved somehow in the big bad’s evil plans]]. In fact, during a boat chase near the climax of the film, we’re shown that there are literally dozens of goons just sitting around on the rivers of Louisiana, waiting to be instructed to hunt down and kill errant British agents. If Bond randomly gets into a taxi, [[EverythingTryingToKillYou the black driver is a double agent]].
-->--'''[[http://them0vieblog.com/2011/01/12/non-review-review-live-and-let-die/ Darren Mooney]]''' on ''Film/LiveAndLetDie''

->The fact that the story can be summarized as 'the TARDIS is hijacked by [[UncleTomfoolery a bunch of black men]] because the Doctor [[WomenDrivers let a woman drive]]' is, to say the least, unfortunate.
-->--'''[[http://www.eruditorumpress.com/blog/the-advantage-of-my-antiquated-tardis-journey-to-the-center-of-the-tardis/ Phil Sandifer]]''' on ''Series/DoctorWho'', [[{{Recap/DoctorWhoS33E10JourneyToTheCentreOfTheTardis}} "Journey to the Center of the TARDIS"]]

->The finish was infuriating to me ... it was even at one fall apiece and then, at the end ... Kidd and Cesaro have it won all of a sudden Wrestling/XavierWoods pulls [[Wrestling/KofiKingston Kofi]] out of the ring and then ... rolls up one of them, you know, rolls him up hiding his face. The referee looks, sees a black man pinning one of the other guys, counts the three, New Day wins. I'm not minimising when I say he turns around and sees a black man pinning a guy. Because apparently all black people look the same, because Xavier Woods just runs in and pins the guy, and so the referee looks over and he goes "Hmm, black" and just counts three. Nice, very nice.
-->-- '''[[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]]''' on ''[[http://spoonyexperiment.com/wrestle-wrestle-2/wrestlewrestle-5-25-15-wwe-payback/ WWE Payback]]''

->''"All those who feel that stereotypes aren't an issue when creating fictional groups for game purposes are free to take part in playtests for my new game '''''Sambo''': The RPG of Stealing Chickens and Eating Watermelons.''"
-->-- [=JellyRoll Baker=], on the subject of why one needs to be careful when dealing with [[{{FantasyCounterpartCulture}} Fantasy Counterpart Cultures]].

->Extrapolating from the trailer (which is what trailers are for), ''Film/NoEscape'' is the heroic struggle of a white man to defend his white woman and white girls from filthy foreigners. Every single one of them, apparently. When they printed the script for ''No Escape'', the pages got whiter. If ''No Escape's'' mentality was any more ancient it would have been a better movie, because the white family sailing off the edge of the world would have run into "Here, There Be Dragons" and found some potatoes.
-->--'''{{Website/Cracked}}''', ''[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-reasons-theres-no-escape-from-hollywood-racism/ 6 Reasons There's No Escape From Hollywood Racism]]''

->''"I think I get the message of the story. Christianity is good, and most, if not all, women are evil skanks who should die. And so do anyone else who celebrate any other religion. And bands that are supposedly "evil". [[HatesEveryoneEqually And women in power, gays, and those who have disabilities.]]\\\
"That is one fucked-up message."''
-->-- From {{@/Arcadiarika}}'s liveblog of ''[[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/lb_i.php?lb_id=13208528280B41180100&i_id=13213691210I38620100&p=10 The Evil Gods I]]''

->''"One thing I noticed as I [[VideogameCrueltyPotential systematically eliminated women]] from the Old West was that no one really cared. In ''[[VideoGame/RedDeadRedemption Red Dead]]'', if you shoot a woman in front of witnesses, you only get a $5 bounty on your head and I think $4.79 of that is from [[ComicallyMissingThePoint noise complaints]]. Women are such third class citizens that you'll get more of a hassle out of someone if you kill his chicken than if you kill his wife."''
-->--'''{{Creator/Seanbaby}}''', [[http://www.cracked.com/blog/6-ways-red-dead-redemption-hates-women/ "6 Things Red Dead Redemption Taught Me About (Hating) Women"]]

->[[Series/{{Glee}} One episode]] revolved around a Jewish girl wanting a nose job to look like one of the white characters and actually, sincerely included a duet of the two girls singing "Unpretty"/"I Feel Pretty." Now I'm not one for subtext, but I think the genuine sentiment here from the show was that you can be pretty, even as a Jew. That wasn't what they meant, but it's exactly what they said. Hey Jew, don't feel bad you look so Jewish, you're beautiful. We're all beautiful just the way we are, even if we're not normal. Hell, the episode this happened in was called "Born This Way."
-->--'''Website/{{Cracked}}''', ''[[http://www.cracked.com/blog/the-5-most-bafflingly-racist-shows-tv-right-now/ The 5 Most Bafflingly Racist Shows On TV Right Now]]''

->I am perpetually waiting for the day when the NFL says to the general public, ''“Okay, we know this whole Jacksonville thing was [[PoesLaw good for a laugh]]. For real though, we’re putting them in Tokyo now.”'' The Jaguars cannot be saved until they’ve been destroyed...What difference does it make, man? You’re in Jacksonville and you’re gonna die. No wonder the Jaguars made [[http://twitter.com/Tdickman89/status/497782610756919296/photo/1 this]] their rallying cry.\\\
Let’s get out there and NOT get fisted, guys.
-->--'''[[http://deadspin.com/why-your-team-sucks-2015-jacksonville-jaguars-1719472297 Drew Magary]]''', "Why Your Team Sucks 2015!: Jacksonville Jaguars"

->''The finale seems to [[BrokenAesop negate all the messages of the movie]], and offers up one that's [[FamilyUnfriendlyAesop so ugly in its worldview]] that it borders on offensive. ''(Spoiler alert! as they say.)'' Jason's prize for completing all tasks is a big check for $100 million. (Yes, they print up a cashier's check for the full amount so Jason can hold it and we can all see it, because that's how this movie works.) He then donates all that cash to build a memorial hospital for dying kids in [the dead LittlestCancerPatient]'s name. After he does, it's revealed, "Brewster's Millions"-style, that Jason passed the final test and will receive "The Ultimate Gift," which turns out to be billions of dollars. And suddenly everything's great for Jason.''\\
''Um, hey, how about this instead: you make an inspirational movie about healing and growth, and at the end, the gift is something internal, like being nice to people or not being a [[{{Jerkass}} jackass]] anymore. That's a message worth hearing. Having your hero wind up a billionaire suggests we should all do good things solely in the hope of landing a monetary reward. Ugh.''\\
''[[AccidentalAesop I don't think that was the movie's intent]], of course, but still. How utterly, hopelessly horrid. Then again, what would you expect? Here's a movie that forces people to learn lessons, instead of letting them figure things out. When Jason arrives at "the gift of giving," it's not because he realizes how important it is to help others - it's because he's told he has one month to give away a big stack of cash.''
-->-- [[http://www.dvdtalk.com/reviews/29952/ultimate-gift-the/ DVD Talk]] on ''Film/TheUltimateGift''

->''"It is worth noting that one of the defining features of rangers is that they specialize in hunting down and killing members of specific races. From a pragmatic standpoint, this means they boil down to little more than [[FantasticRacism racist]] {{serial killer}}s who target by species."''
-->-- '''1d4chan''', [[https://1d4chan.org/wiki/Ranger "Ranger"]]

->''"So, the super virus of evil... came from Africa... from a monkey... and the scientists decided to call it '''Black'''. Someone wrote this... in 1999. And didn't realize that there would be... '''implications'''. Or, worse, he '''did''' realize."''
-->-- YRulerOfTime on ''Alive''