Miss Universe, Miss America, Miss USA, and Miss Teen USA are ALL Black Females

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
December 11, 2019

It has been decided that black females are beautiful, but the really surprising thing here is that none of these misses are plus-sized.

Obese black females are the next evolutionary stage of true beauty.

Daily Mail:

This year was the year of diversity within the world’s biggest beauty pageants, with 2019 marking the first time ever that Miss America, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, and Miss Universe were all won by black women.

Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa was crowned the winner of the 2019 Miss Universe pageant on Sunday evening, however her win did not just represent a phenomenal personal triumph – it also rocketed her into the history books alongside her fellow black beauty queens.

Newly-crowned Tunzi, 26, joins Miss America Nia Franklin, Miss USA Cheslie Kryst, and Miss Teen USA Kaliegh Garris in the history-making foursome – which has already come under high praise online from a slew of people, including former first lady Michelle Obama.

Zozibini Tunzi

Winning the Miss Universe crown was a big moment for Tunzi, who used her closing statement to speak about the fact that she rarely saw any women who looked like her on the pageant stage when growing up.

I grew up in a world where a woman who looks like me — with my kind of skin and my kind of hair — was never considered to be beautiful,’ she said. ‘I think it is time that stops today. I want children to look at me and see my face, and I want them to see their faces reflected in mine.’

That is no different than saying “I want children to belong to the same race I belong to.”

Imagine a white person saying that.

Tunzi’s joy about winning the competition was also expressed on social media with her writing: ‘Tonight a door was opened and I could not be more grateful to have been the one to have walked through it.

May every little girl who witnessed this moment forever believe in the power of her dreams and may they see their faces reflected in mine. I am #MissUniverse2019.’

This Tunzi ape is obviously a black supremacist that wants every kid to be black, and it could be argued that she has a point if you consider the black population of South Africa (and Africa in general) and the whole “we wuz all of Africa” myth.

But what is the excuse for having black females in USA being promoted as some kind of beauty model?

Previously Miss America, Miss USA, Miss Teen USA, and Miss Universe have all seen a black woman take the crown, but never all at the same time.

The monumental moment was not lost with people online following the crowning of Tunzi.

Looking at their overall skull shape, lips, nose shape, and skin tone, it’s clear that they’re not even fully black.

What we have here, then, is the subliminal naturalization and promotion of mongrelism and race-mixing.

Here’s a random young black African female for reference:

As you can see, she is pretty black.

Oprah’s tweet referenced the answer Tunzi gave about what the most important thing was to teach young women today. Tunzi advised for women and young girls to ‘take up space’ in society.

‘Nothing as important as taking up space in society and cementing yourself,’ she said when answering her question.

This Miss Universe black is really enthusiastic about black female supremacy.

Women online took to Twitter to praise the recent crowning of Tunzi, as they expressed how each of the four winners looked like them.

Miss USA looks like me! Miss Teen USA looks like me!! Miss America LOOKS LIKE ME!!!! MISS UNIVERSE LOOKS LIKE ME!!!!! I am so proud of my Queens,’ one excited women wrote online.

Her excitement was shared by others who celebrated the moment in history.

One person called the four women ‘black queens’ for all getting crowned together in the same year and showing why representation was important.

Yeah, someone should tell that random excited black female that if she really wants other female figures in society to look like her, she can get herself a plane ticket and go back to Africa.

In fact, she wouldn’t even need to pay for the plane ticket herself, as most white people would be sympathetic to the plight of any black asking for a donation “to go back to Africa.”

What is clear by now is that blacks are happier when other societal figures are black, and whites are happier and safer when they’re not surrounded by blacks.

So why not just go our own separate ways?