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Saturday Fun Time Racist Cartoon Contest feat. Pitbull and @DeanEsmay

Hey ottist, draw this!
Hey ottist, draw this!

Cartoon contest!

This morning, on Twitter, “Married MGTOW” and famous angry Tweeter @DeanEsmay asked his followers to draw him some cartoons.

So far, no one has responded to his queries, so I thought I would give him a little signal boost:

https://twitter.com/deanesmay/status/632578677138583552

https://twitter.com/deanesmay/status/632587262950113282

All lives matter! Especially the lives of bigoted white dudes!

But, hey, if you’re uncomfortable with the weird racial undertones of Esmay’s requests, feel free to mix things up a bit. Instead of Archie Bunker being mocked by SJWs, you could draw Ralph Kramden being celebrated by anarcho-capitalists, or Ward Cleaver being ignored by Basque separatists.

Instead of a white homeless man being laughed at by black suburbanites, you could have a Korean homeless man being sung to by Germans who live in a treehouse.

You can include cats, too, if you want.

PS: I lied about Pitbull. Sorry.

EDIT: And the awesome Shaenon Garrity has come through with her take on Archie being oppressed by a SJW.

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Rosemary
Rosemary
5 years ago

Wait, Dean got married? And is somehow still a MGHOW? Off to draw him a wedding card!

ethfiel
5 years ago

He just has to watch the TV show Crash Canyon. There he`ll find the rich black family mocking white ppl, if he so wants to see it. So not a very shocking new idea…even mainstream it seems.

weirwoodtreehugger
5 years ago

Add All In The Family to the long, long list of shows/movies/literature that manospherians don’t understand the point of.

lkeke35
5 years ago

Ethfiel: Actually that’s been a staple of Black Sitcoms since The Jeffersons.

Chris Hall (@brainslug1959)

Dean needs to go and ask Jim: http://jimllpaintit.tumblr.com

A truly fantastic talent (don’t visit until you have some time to kill)

Scarlettathena
5 years ago

I have to say, I never understand reactionary fantasies. They just seem so bizarre to me.

When I have fantasies, I like to imagine me doing fabulous things with fabulous people or me just having an easy life. I don’t have all these punishment fantasies for people I don’t know.

@Rosemary – I like the sound of MGHOW – like Migho!

andiexist
andiexist
5 years ago

Huh. He’s married. Oh dear.

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

Dean Esmay is married? To WHOM???

Oh, that poor dear, whoever it is.

Alais
5 years ago

Oh my God, what a radical idea Dean Esmay has. I’ve literally never heard anyone make the argument that racism doesn’t exist and that classism is the real problem.

/sarcasm

ColeYote
ColeYote
5 years ago

The sorts of ideas I have that I wish I could draw tend to involve more anthropomorphic coyotes doing extreme sports, but whatever.

EJ (The Other One)
EJ (The Other One)
5 years ago

I wish all the patience in the world for Mrs Esmay. I suspect she needs it.

Zeb Berryman
Zeb Berryman
5 years ago

Of course he assumes that social justice means that white men lose everything.

Rachel
Rachel
5 years ago

Is Esmay completely unaware that All in The Family was meant to lampoon people like Archie Bunker and that the makers of the show were social justice advocates? Watching liberal people and minorities get the better of him made up much of the show’s humor.

ethfiel
5 years ago

@Ikeke: I don´t know many sitcoms. The last time I watched TV is about a year ago and Crash Canyon happened to be on Comedy Central (here in Germany). I guess it´s not a Black sitcom (the writers are white dudes?).

ethfiel
5 years ago

sorry! Ikeke35, forgot to type the number

Tanya Nguyen
5 years ago

When I have fantasies, I like to imagine me doing fabulous things with fabulous people or me just having an easy life. I don’t have all these punishment fantasies for people I don’t know.

I don’t know… for the first time in probably, ever, that Rosh V blog of David’s had me having some pretty violent fantasies…

but like you, I want to sleep with Jon Bon Jovi, or Pascal Obispo. I want to have 10000000 bucks to go do anything, anytime, including nothing! I don’t tend to think of rewriting TV to fit my views, or taking all the male gun porn out of shoot-em-ups, probably cause as i don’t play them, i dn’t really care!

kylagb
5 years ago

Did they legalize marriage to Twitter?

lkeke35
5 years ago

Ethfiel: Oh yeah, The Jeffersons is a spinoff from All in the Family. So I guess All in the Family kind of did it first, but The Jeffersons was pretty much prediacted on the whole idea of Rich Balck man poking at White people.

Paradoxical Intention
5 years ago

Zeb Berryman | August 15, 2015 at 2:06 pm
Of course he assumes that social justice means that white men lose everything.

Of course. Because they believe that other people asking for rights means that they’ll be treated as they, a white, cishet man, treat everyone beneath them.

They’re scared of comeuppance. They’re scared that they’ll get the same treatment they’ve given black people, gay people, women, Muslim people, etc.

And the very thought terrifies them because they know they’ve treated those groups like shit.

So they desperately try to pretend like it’s not happening, like we “already have rights”, so they try to silence anyone who says otherwise by painting them as a “hate movement”, or “oversensitive”, “bigoted”, “reverse racist/sexist” etc., while vehemently denying that they’re doing anything wrong.

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

Is Esmay completely unaware that All in The Family was meant to lampoon people like Archie Bunker and that the makers of the show were social justice advocates? Watching liberal people and minorities get the better of him made up much of the show’s humor.

Not only that, but Carroll O’Connor, who played Archie, was the anti-Archie in real life…liberal, antiracist, the whole nine yards. He was such a good actor that he kept having to remind people that he wasn’t really a stupid-ass bigot, he just played one on TV.

(He was also superb as the small-town southern sheriff from In the Heat of the Night.)

berdache from a previous life

@Paradoxical Intention

“Of course. Because they believe that other people asking for rights means that they’ll be treated as they, a white, cishet man, treat everyone beneath them.

They’re scared of comeuppance. They’re scared that they’ll get the same treatment they’ve given black people, gay people, women, Muslim people, etc….”

Which, of course, is just not true. If Archie Bunker lost everything and was out on the streets, the social justice types would be helping him with housing and food.

epitome of incomprehensibility

Did they legalize marriage to Twitter?

🙂

So they desperately try to pretend like it’s not happening, like we “already have rights”, so they try to silence anyone who says otherwise by painting them as a “hate movement”, or “oversensitive”, “bigoted”, “reverse racist/sexist” etc., while vehemently denying that they’re doing anything wrong.

I’ve noticed that too. When whatever dominant group has an unfair advantage some people will defend that as okay, it was hard work/nature/God/etc., while the disadvantaged group getting something to make up for their disadvantages is treated like a slight to the dominant group.

But I’m wordy. Someone posted a much more concise gif expressing the same thing not long ago, involving scoops of ice-cream.

Paradoxical Intention
5 years ago

berdache from a previous life | August 15, 2015 at 6:02 pm
Which, of course, is just not true. If Archie Bunker lost everything and was out on the streets, the social justice types would be helping him with housing and food.

Exactly. The “social justice warriors” aren’t out to kill cishet white dudes and take everything away from them, they just want to be treated equally, and want to make sure that everyone has a fair shake at life that isn’t influenced by things they were born with, like sex, skin color, gender, or sexual orientation.

But, the cishet white dudes believe that “equally” means “drug down to their level”, and trying to convince them otherwise is like trying to convince them that the sun’s going to rise in the east every morning.

We know it does, we can prove it does, but they’ll disagree with us because they believe they’re always right about everything.

epitome of incomprehensibility | August 15, 2015 at 6:05 pm
I’ve noticed that too. When whatever dominant group has an unfair advantage some people will defend that as okay, it was hard work/nature/God/etc., while the disadvantaged group getting something to make up for their disadvantages is treated like a slight to the dominant group.

Of course. Because they don’t want to believe that they took anything from anyone to get what they have. They want to believe that they’re good people, and they don’t benefit from awful things like racism, sexism, homophobia, etc. They want to believe that they’re the good guys, and they just are reaping the rewards of that, rather than living their lives at the expense of others.

Which isn’t to say that we all don’t want that, it’s a natural human thing to want, but there’s only so much you can turn a blind eye to.

But I’m wordy. Someone posted a much more concise gif expressing the same thing not long ago, involving scoops of ice-cream.

I’ll do you one better and post the whole video:

Jamie
5 years ago

Speaking of racist cartoons, how about the daily mails latest? Hard tw for racism, this one is pretty appaling.n couldn’t find a web source, so linked the tweet i saw it in.

https://twitter.com/pointlesslettrs/status/632275094467936256

GrumpyOldSocialJusticeMangina

“But, the cishet white dudes believe that “equally” means “drug down to their level”, and trying to convince them otherwise is like trying to convince them that the sun’s going to rise in the east every morning. ”

Which shows how their attitudes are based on fear and ignorance rather than reason. Despite the fact that white men invented reason, so all white men are by definition reasonable, amirite?

Shaenon
5 years ago

Elam’s wish is my command:

brian
5 years ago

Paradoxical Intention:
that video is amazing.

Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
5 years ago
Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III
5 years ago

That’s awesome, Shaenon!

Pandapool -- The Species that Endangers YOU (aka Banana Jackie Cake, for those who still want to call me "Banana", "Jackie" or whatever)
Pandapool -- The Species that Endangers YOU (aka Banana Jackie Cake, for those who still want to call me "Banana", "Jackie" or whatever)
5 years ago

@Sir Bodsworth Rugglesby III

THAT IS AMAZING I LOVE IT XDDDDDDD

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

@Jamie:
I did some checking on the Interwebs about this racist cartoon. Nothing. That was suspicious.

Then I looked for the cartoonist, Mac. He’s British and his drawings are said to be mostly apolitical. None of them looked like the one in question. The queen adores him. (Yes, the British royals, particularly Prince Charles, were friends with Jimmy Savile, notorious serial rapist–but he did make some attempt to hide his actions.)

Then I took a close look at the text. Do you see how it’s in a white block, which extends up into the cartoon? Do you also see how the text is off center? I think we (and Pointless Letters) have been punked.

British WHTM readers will know who’s right about this.

delphi_ote
delphi_ote
5 years ago

@shaenon

Wow! Not enough compliments in here. That’s amazing!!!

Kat
Kat
5 years ago

David:

I’m not seeing Shaenon’s video. I see only white space. Is it me or is it WHTM?

Thanks.

anon
anon
5 years ago

That Daily Mail cartoon and Deans fantasies all sound like surreal dreams.

At this rate they’ll make a cartoon of Dean in the nude giving a speech to a crowd made up entirely of his mother.

Mieze
5 years ago

“I would also like to see someone have the guts to draw …”

Reminded me of Heather Chandler’s line, “grow up, you think I’ll drink it just because you call me chicken?”

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

Re: The Mac cartoon

I’ve not read the Daily Mail since the original ‘Fred Bassett’ cartoonist died, but for anyone who wants to check what the original version of the cartoon upthread was, here’s the database:

http://mailpictures.newsprints.co.uk/search/scu/p/u/170134/1/mac%20cartoons

AltoFronto
AltoFronto
5 years ago

well-dressed black suburbanites

I thought racists didn’t believe in the existence of Black people who don’t conform to the hideous racial stereotypes on Fox News?

Ssshh, Esmay! You’re undermining everything the KKK have worked for! Whose side are you even on?

Jamie
5 years ago

I apologize for my credulity, I should know better.

Moggie
Moggie
5 years ago

Bina:

Not only that, but Carroll O’Connor, who played Archie, was the anti-Archie in real life…liberal, antiracist, the whole nine yards. He was such a good actor that he kept having to remind people that he wasn’t really a stupid-ass bigot, he just played one on TV.

All in the Family was based on the British show Tell Death Us Do Part, which starred the excellent Warren Mitchell as Alf Garnett. I’ve never seen the US show, other than in clips, but I’m told that Archie was more likeable than Alf, who was a thoroughly unpleasant character (though the quality of the writing and acting meant that you could, at times, sympathise with him). Warren Mitchell was (still is, as far as I know), a committed socialist, and (culturally) Jewish – which may have lent weight to his performance. Off set, he sometimes lamented that many of the real life Alfs the character was based on saw the show as reinforcing their beliefs, rather than exposing them for how ridiculous they were. Satire, even done well, won’t reach everyone.

Alan Robertshaw
Alan Robertshaw
5 years ago

@Moggie

You probably know that Alf’s foil in the show, left wing “scouse git” Mike, was played by Tony Booth, who is of course ex Prime Minister Tony Blair’s father in law.

chevrolet9
5 years ago

Who knows if that cartoon is fake, though there are other images of it with a normally-formatted caption. This one is real:
http://mailpictures.newsprints.co.uk/view/31220553/elib_asscmmglpict000006800320_jpg

pkayden
5 years ago

I’m sure that Esmay’s wife is as racist as he is. Given the likes of Anne Coulter, Sarah Palin and Dana Loesch, there aren’t a shortage of racist White women from which to choose.

Esmay and his ilk must be coming to terms with the fact that there are Black people and other people of color who just aren’t taking any b.s. anymore. Must be horrible for them that they don’t have whole races of people to kick around anymore. Tough.

Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
Scented Fucking Hard Chairs
5 years ago

@Mac cartoons

I don’t read the Daily Mail, being neither British nor a right-wing waste of oxygen, but every time I’ve heard of this Mac guy, it’s been because he’s drawn another grossly racist comic; everything from laughing at dead immigrants to comparing multiculturalism to bestiality. So I won’t be surprised if this one is real as well.

Bina
Bina
5 years ago

All in the Family was based on the British show Tell Death Us Do Part, which starred the excellent Warren Mitchell as Alf Garnett. I’ve never seen the US show, other than in clips, but I’m told that Archie was more likeable than Alf, who was a thoroughly unpleasant character (though the quality of the writing and acting meant that you could, at times, sympathise with him). Warren Mitchell was (still is, as far as I know), a committed socialist, and (culturally) Jewish – which may have lent weight to his performance. Off set, he sometimes lamented that many of the real life Alfs the character was based on saw the show as reinforcing their beliefs, rather than exposing them for how ridiculous they were. Satire, even done well, won’t reach everyone.

I knew it was based on that, but I’ve never seen it…that’s one Britcom that hasn’t really made it big on this side of the pond. I’m not surprised, either, to learn that British bigots don’t really “get” satire, especially when it’s lobbed at their heads. Wasn’t it John Stuart Mill that said that an awful lot of stupid people are conservative? Not hard to see why, either; ready-made ideologies that “confirm” that everyone else is worse than they are seem tailor-made for them.

BTW, one of my fave episodes is one where Archie Bunker receives a transfusion, and finds out the blood was from a black woman. At first he’s all ewww and squick and why-me. But later, he gets into an argument with an even bigger bigot, and says something like “Me and my black blood brothers are gonna bust your honky heinies.” Warmed my cockles, that one did…

Philip Rose
5 years ago

Dean who?

Ellesar
Ellesar
5 years ago

I am fuming at something I saw on a t-shirt in a shop window – I am guessing some shithead would say it was ‘satire’:

No Blacks
No Irish
No dogs

When I went past ready to go in a have a right go the shop was shut and the t-shirt was nowhere to be seen. Now I have to know why it is no longer there, so I’ll still be going in at some point.

repentantphonebooth
5 years ago

All these people who say they attend these conferences all say the same thing- great time, buzzing with new ideas, showed those sjw’s a thing or two. But none of them ever actually talk about any of those ideas. Or describe how their worldview changed. No one actually brings up anything that might actually describe what went on there. Roosh and his troll army are full of shit.

repentantphonebooth
5 years ago

sry, wrong article- delete if you like!!!

epitome of incomprehensibility

@Paradoxical Intention – thanks for the video! I’d been wondering where that came from.