September 2, 2015
The original author of James Bond, Ian Flemming, was a White man. Obviously. But he’s dead.
So his greedy children pawned the property off to a Jew parasite named Anthony Horowitz to write more of these books, and make them into movies.
For a while, people have been demanding that Black actor Idris Elba take over the role of Bond so that things become more diverse or whatever.
But the Jew is not having it.
He’s long been thought an ideal candidate for the role of James Bond, but Idris Elba is apparently “too street” for the part.
That’s the verdict from Anthony Horowitz, the author of the latest book in the Bond series, Trigger Mortis.
In an interview with the Daily Mail, Horowitz, who has the Alex Rider spy novels to his name as well as numerous TV credits, added that Elba was “a bit too rough to play the part.”
“For me, Idris Elba is a bit too rough to play the part. It’s not a colour issue. I think he is probably a bit too ‘street’ for Bond. Is it a question of being suave? Yeah.”
He later claimed to be “shocked” that the statements caused offense, and of course apologized. I don’t know what exactly he was thinking people would think of the statement.
But I liked it. First time I’ve agreed with a Jew in a while.
Keep Blacks out of our roles! They can play their own roles!
Invent a new spy character named James Obijibidu, who likes dat ass shakin, not stirrin!