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  1. #1
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Whoopi Goldberg has been suspended from ABC's "The View" for two weeks after she came under fire for saying the Holocaust was "not about race." Instead, implying it was about white on white crime.

    https://www.cbsnews.com/news/whoopi-goldberg-suspended-the-view-holocaust-race-comments/

    https://twitter.com/MichaelRapaport/status/1488254796238893062
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    Apparently Whoopi only sees skin color..what a racy.

    I'm glad the old ham is being canceled, I've always hated her.
  3. #3
    Solstice Space Nigga
    Typical "BUT WHYPEEPO!!" fat negress
  4. #4
    stl1 Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Sara Haines is freakin' hot!
  5. #5
    Wippy is cool I like her
  6. #6
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Normally I don't hop on the "I hate the ladies of The View" bandwagon, but there does seem to be something particularly ignorant about these comments. I think everybody is entitled to their opinion (shitty and stupid as it may be) but goddamn.
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  7. #7
    She's always been a pretentious ham...even on Star Trek.

    "oooh the wise old nigra has spoken"...
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  8. #8
    Her performance in sister act was how you say mm shefs kiss
  9. #9
    STER0S Space Nigga [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    she's right, though, it wasnt about race.
  10. #10
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Originally posted by STER0S she's right, though, it wasnt about race.

    What do you think it was about?

    Originally posted by I Live In Your Crawlspace Secretly4 Her performance in sister act was how you say mm shefs kiss

    Let's just say that's carried her career.
  11. #11
    Originally posted by STER0S she's right, though, it wasnt about race.

    Hitler said himself in mein kampf it was about race...
  12. #12
    POLECAT POLECAT is a motherfucking ferret [my presentably immunised ammonification]
    never fuck wit da jeeewwwsss
  13. #13
    STER0S Space Nigga [the disappointingly unanticipated slab]
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Hitler said himself in mein kampf it was about race…

    oh, my bad
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    "Hitler described jedis as a race — not a religion — in "Mein Kampf," the autobiographical political manifesto that charted his ideology and his vision for the future of Germany. One key chapter comparing the races was titled "Nation and Race."

    "Hitler was very explicit about this, and always said very clearly that being jedi had nothing to do with religious affiliation or cultural background, but was entirely physical," Hett said.

    The Nazis went to great lengths to try to prove through pseudoscience that jedi people had such physical markers, even devoting an office of the government to such work"
  15. #15
    stl1 Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by frala Let's just say that's carried her career.



    Whoopi Goldberg's 10 Best Movies, According to Rotten Tomatoes
    Whoopi Goldberg has had an incredible career over the years. Here's what Rotten Tomatoes says are her best films.

    BY KEITH LANGSTON
    PUBLISHED MAY 10, 2020


    Very few actors have reached the level of success and fame that Whoopi Goldberg has. She is one of only 15 people ever who has an EGOT (Emmy, Grammy, Oscar, Tony) and is one of only three women who have won a Grammy for Best Comedy Album.

    Whoopi Goldberg is a beloved figure in Hollywood, and in total, her films have grossed nearly $4 billion dollars worldwide. Now, using the review-aggregate Rotten Tomatoes, here are the ten most critically acclaimed films of Goldberg's decade-spanning career.


    10
    Sister Act (1992) - 73%

    When Reno lounge singer, Deloris, witnesses a mob hit, she's forced into witness protection. Her "new life" is as a nun in a sleepy convent where both the nuns and the congregation have lost the joy and spirit of worship. It's up to Deloris to reinvent the church to be more relevant in the rapidly changing 90s. While Sister Act was extremely popular, its sequel is what's most remembered by fans - but despite its massive popularity, the sequel was actually critically panned, holding just a 7% rating on RT. It was also revealed that Sister Act 3 is being made for Disney+.


    9
    Ghost (1990) - 73%

    Ghost is was earned Goldberg her Oscar for Best Supporting Actress. In the film, she plays Oda May Brown, a con woman who claims she can talk to spirits. However, one day, she really can hear the voice of a dead man...and he tells her that she needs to warn his wife that she's in danger. Ghost is best remembered for the famous pottery scene, and Whoopi Goldberg's line, "Molly...You in danger, girl."


    8
    Boys On The Side (1995) - 74%

    Boys on the Side was a somewhat controversial film when it was released. Goldberg, along with Drew Barrymore and Mary-Louise Parker, plays a group of friends that come together by chance. The girls wind up on the run after the accidental manslaughter of an abusive boyfriend.

    While traveling across the country, the girls form a tight friendship, and it's revealed that one of them has HIV. For 1995, it was controversial and shocking to be using women to tell a story of HIV, a disease that society had believed was only for gay men.


    7
    The Lion King 1 1/2 (2004) - 78%

    The Lion King 1 1/2 is a very interesting concept. The movie focused on Timon and Pumbaa and their adventures that took place before, during, and after the events of the original Lion King film. Not only was the plotline of the movie unique, but so was its release strategy.

    The movie was straight-to-video, yet received a massive marketing push, with The Disney Channel pubbing it heavily, and even a marketing campaign with McDonald's. Upon release, the move sold 1.5 million copies on the first day alone.


    6
    The Color Purple (1985) - 81%

    Based on the Pulitzer Prize-winning novel of the same name, Steven Spielberg's film centered around a black woman named Celie in the first half of the 1900s. Celie faces societal racism as well as abuse from the men in her life. The movie focuses heavily on women who experience abuse and exposes the societal norms that allow the cycle to continue. At the 58th Academy Awards, The Color Purple was nominated for an astonishing 11 awards, including Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, and two Best Supporting Actress nominations.


    5
    Cinderella (1997) - 86%

    The 1997 remake of Cinderella, sometimes referred to as "the Brandy one", was a massive hit upon release. It was set to relaunch The Wonderful World of Disney series on ABC and usher in a new era of family-friendly films. During its initial premiere, the movie received 60 million viewers, becoming one of the highest-rated programs of the 90s. It had a star-studded cast with Whitney Houston, Jason Alexander, and Bernadette Peters joining Brandy and Goldberg. The movie is considered groundbreaking not only for its high ratings but also its diverse cast.


    4
    The Long Walk Home (1990) - 87%

    Based on the events of the 1950s Montgomery Bus Boycott, the movie centers around a black woman named Odessa (Goldberg) and the white woman, Miriam Thompson (Sissy Spacek), whom she works for. Miriam begins giving Odessa a ride to work due to the boycott, which causes a rift between Miriam and the rest of the white community. The move was praised for dealing with tough issues like racism, but also criticized for relying on a white person to save the day.


    3
    It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (2002) - 90%

    When Kermit loses all hope of saving the endangered Muppet Theater, an angel (David Arquette) brings this issue up with his "boss" (Whoopi Goldberg). Kermit is then shown what life would be like if he never existed, paying obvious homage to the classic Christmas film, It's a Wonderful Life.

    As with all things Muppets, the movie featured a wide range of cameo roles, including Carson Daly, Snoop Dogg, Molly Shannon, Kelly Ripa, and more.


    2
    The Lion King (1994) - 93%

    Who knew that a lion version of Hamlet was to become one of the most influential films of all time. From its $968 million dollar box office gross, to sequels, video games, books, toys, and even a reboot (that itself went on to make $1.6 billion dollars...), it's truly one of the most impactful films ever, as well as one of the most lasting cultural phenomenons of all time. In the movie, Goldberg voices Shenzi, the head hyena who works as one of Scar's minions.


    1
    Toy Story 3 (2010) - 98%

    Released 11 years after Toy Story 2, many wondered if Disney would be able to capture the emotion and wonder of the original films in a world that had dramatically changed. The answer was yes. Toy Story 3 received universal acclaim and became a box office hit, earning over $1 billion at the box office. In the film, Goldberg voices Stretch, a stretchy octopus toy who lives at the daycare facility that all of Andy's toys have just been donated to.
  16. #16
    frala Avant garde shartist
    Yeah and who do you think she has to thank for that? THE JÉWS.

    Also, lol @ The 1997 remake of Cinderella, sometimes referred to as "the Brandy one"
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    "3 It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (2002) - 90%"

    That's right up there with Citizen Kane isn't it

  18. #18
    stl1 Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson "3 It's A Very Merry Muppet Christmas Movie (2002) - 90%"

    That's right up there with Citizen Kane isn't it




    I liken it to "Shane".
  19. #19
    Wariat Marine/Preteen Biologist
    how is she wrong?
  20. #20
    POLECAT POLECAT is a motherfucking ferret [my presentably immunised ammonification]
    its not if she is wrong or not, its about going against the narrative
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