Pepé Le Pew Isn’t Responsible for Matt Lauer, Bill Clinton or Harvey Weinstein
There is stupid and offensive and then there are the unrestrained neo-Leninist wannabe commies who at one time would have been confined to mental asylums.
There was a time in America that wholesome humor was enjoyed and identified as harmless. But today, pompous Philistines, who couldn’t start a fire with a can of gasoline, dry twigs, and several boxes of matches, deem to tell those of us who are sane, what is acceptable and what isn’t. Their Erebusic duplicity is without bounds.
Which brings me to Charles M. Blow. I can point to nothing, no-thing – that is more to be scorned than white liberal hatemongers save those who elevate being a crayon color to statutory importance. Blow is just such a caricature.
Of all the things he could argue that need addressment and eradication in America, this low expectation bête noire determines that the cartoon character Pepé Le Pew, the Looney Tunes skunk, is amongst the most abhorrent. Why, according to Blow the little fellow with the white stripe down his back is guilty of “normalizing the rape culture.”
He offers as evidence the fact that the odiferous little fellow with the charming French accent is: aggressive, horny, and grabby. I remember when French men were referenced like that, but I digress.
He continues, Le Pew is observed forcibly kissing, sniffing, holding, and preventing a cat pretending to be a skunk from getting away, for any plethora of cartoon reasons, is indistinguishable from proper behavior and cartoon-behavior. Low-expectation writing like Blow’s deserves a cookie; especially when his kind deny that hip-hop music and violence in movies contributes to violence on the streets. But again, I digress.
Is Blow really trying to have us believe that Andrew Cuomo, Bill Clinton, Joe and Hunter Biden, Anthony Weiner of Huma Abedin and Hillary Clinton fame, Matt Lauer, Harvey Weinstein, and the phalanx of sports figures have raped, molested, and battered women because they watched Pepé Le Pew as children? And, if they did same without having watched Pepé Le Pew, that destroys his contemptible compulsion to advance a pernicious lie.
Blow moves on to target Speedy Gonzales, a low hanging fruit for those of limited intellectual range. Blow apparently, follows in the footsteps of another crayon character, i.e., LeBron James, who is known in his own mind as the fulcrum by which erudition is supported. Sarcasm intended.
It’s unclear whether Speedy is targeted because he’s a barefoot mouse who can outrun a brotha’ in Nike’s or because he represents a species that actually takes care of its young. Once, again sarcasm intended.
Permit me to remind Blow of the operose truths he selectively elected to ignore. Le Pew is not a contributing factor for those I mentioned above raping and savaging women. They do it because they believe they can. It is about power. Looking at Blow, one could be forgiven for questioning how many times some male editor pinched his behind. Which brings me to another point.
Pepé Le Pew is a male skunk who doesn’t seem overly parsimonious in showing his affections to Sylvester; a male cat masquerading as skunk for selfish reasons of his own. One would think the idea of half-a-homo skunk would bring praise.
After all, homosexuality and body butchering, ranks high on the list of importance for liberals. An example of same would be Richard Levine who despite a lack of academic accomplishment and over all qualification to be an assistant secretary of health, it’s required that those around him to pretend he isn’t mentally ill.
People such as myself have more respect for the intellectual capacity of children than Blow and his kind. My friends and I grew up enjoying these cartoons and it didn’t cause us to rape, beat, and sodomize women (or men) in positions below us.
Blow is a jaundiced hatemonger. If he were truly interested in aberrant behavioral norms he would focus his attention on teaching black girls to stop having babies before they can afford a pizza. He would confront the industrialized extermination of children, specifically black children. He would condemn Planned Parenthood for being singularly responsible for the extermination of over one-third of the overall populace of blacks in America. in approximately 50 years.
If Blow were truthfully concerned about negative images he would tell the Obama woman she needs to show more class and decorum than to wallow around on the floor with her legs spread apart on the set of a lecherous lesbian’s television show like Ellen Degeneres.
Blow should use his tainted seat at the journalistic embarrassment he wrote his anaphoric jejune for, to decry the incalculable loss of lives and potential by black-on-black crime. He should decry the normalization of black women having babies with no thought of the child ever having a father.
Blow is just another caricature regurgitating the mantra of failure. Compared to what children are learning in public schools today, how bad can watching a skunk and mouse cartoon possibly be?
I would rather a child watch a funny cartoon than attend a public school where children in K through 5th grade are taught to put condoms on bananas and are brainwashed into believing they are homosexual or lesbians. Public schools that teach children about anal sex and anal lubrication but call mathematics racist are a threat to our children, not a cartoon mouse and/or skunk.
Blow and his kind fail to admit harm to children in public schools where the nurse cannot give the child a Tylenol without parental approval, but can take a 12-year old girl to have her baby killed without parental notification.
Good parents object to amoral and disgusting caricatures gyrating and pretending to be what they are not, dressed up in the clothes of another sex under the guise of reading a book at the public library. To a sane person, who places high value on morality and godliness that which Blow writes is an affront decency on every quantifiable level.
Ahhh!! But as Blow explains in the butt covering protectorant his kind keep on hand so as to have a readily available excuse for hatred and feelings of inferiority he opines a jeremiad:
As a child, I was led to believe that Blackness was inferior. And I was not alone. The Black society into which I was born was riddled with these beliefs.
It wasn’t something that most if any would articulate in that way, let alone knowingly propagate. Rather, it was in the air, in the culture. We had been trained in it, bathed in it, acculturated to hate ourselves.
It happened for children in the most inconspicuous of ways: It was relayed through toys and dolls, cartoons and children’s shows, fairy tales and children’s books.
At every turn, at every moment, I was being baptized in the narrative that everything white was right, good, noble and beautiful, and everything Black was the opposite.
That’s too bad. Not everyone suffered such a deflating familial inflicted experience. The reason for that is because they/we weren’t raised a crayon color. In our community everyone lived, worked, attended school and church together, shopped, were born in the same hospitals and when family died they were buried by the same funeral directors.
Blow’s jeremiad is proof positive of the damnable inculcation of inferiority his kind suffer when their lives and value systems are based upon being a melanin content.
Blow even attacks the Word of God, slyly trying to attack the bible as a White man’s book.
The first book I ever bought was a children’s book about Job from the Bible. Job was the whitest of white men in the book and so was the white savior with white beard lounging on a cloud. Indeed, every image I saw of Christianity featured white people. My great-uncle had a picture of a stringy-haired, blue-eyed white Jesus hanging over his bed.
I feel sorry that Jesus causes him to feel such derogation. My advice would be for him to get over it and to do so quickly. Because that Jewish Carpenter’s death was sacrificial for everyone who confesses, accepts, believes, and repents will have salvation.
Blow labors to blame his misery on Tarzan movies and cartoons, Gary Cooper cowboy movies in which Indians were killed, Our Gang movies, and Dr. Seuss. I genuinely pity this poor feral child. I grew up enjoying all of the above as did my friends and family. That is because I wasn’t raised to be ashamed of being an American. I wasn’t raised to be ashamed of having a premium placed upon family, education, church, and modernity. Most importantly I wasn’t raised to find my self-worth in being a crayon color.
People like Blow should be angry with the people who inculcated them with shame for their life and surroundings. They’re the reasons he’s fixated upon hate and envy. Dr. Seuss never called me a nigger and I assure you that apart from in his own twisted mind, Dr. Seuss never called Blow one either. But liberals still call me that. Liberals still try to shame me because in most instances sans material wealth I was raised in a better home than they were.
The tragedy is that the prolepsis of contempt for them fuels their emotional dysfunctionality. That’s his fault and the fault of those who imbued him with shame and inferiority. Maybe instead of blaming cartoons he should invest in a few sessions with a good psychiatrist, because they can prescribe medication and I’d say he could benefit from some, since it seems certain he’s not going to turn to Christ to solve his hebephrenia.
About the Author
Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here