The Simpsons: The Apu Controversy Continues as Paki Whining Grows Louder

Andrew Anglin
Daily Stormer
August 4, 2018

Simpsons creator Matt Groening basically told the whining “Indian Americans” to shut the fuck up and stop crying like babies over Apu being a “negative stereotype.”

He said “people love to pretend they’re offended.”

Then he put a joke in the show mocking this paki prick who made a documentary about how Apu hurt his feelings.

This guy is like, ultra-boomer shitlib. And he is telling these SJWs to go fuck themselves.

However, the kike actor which voices Apu is saying he doesn’t want to do it if brown people’s feelings are being hurt.

USA Today:

The character has been criticized for portraying racist stereotypes about Indian people, all the while being voiced by a white man, Hank Azaria. The most prominent criticism came in late 2017 when comedian Hari Kondabolu premiered the documentary “The Problem with Apu,” examining the effect of the character and other racial stereotypes.

“The Simpsons” addressed this controversy in a spring episode which essentially shrugs at the controversy without offering any solutions, which was met with fierce backlash by fans and advocates, including Kondabolu himself.

This guy made himself famous by whining.

He’s a fucking scam artist.

Speaking to reporters at the summer Television Critics Association press tour Thursday, Fox executives didn’t express much concern about the character or the reaction to the spring episode.

“In a day of social media where fans are able to have a public forum, I can’t say ultimately we were surprised” at the reaction, Fox Television Group chairman and CEO Dana Walden said. “I think it’s good information for the creators to receive. … They focused on the reaction, and I think that’s partially informing how they will move forward.”

In terms of concerns about Apu himself, Walden expressed trust in “The Simpsons” team.

“We have had the conversation with (producer) Jim Brooks and his team and we’ve basically left it up to them,” Walden said. “They’ve treated the characters with so much respect. We trust them to handle it in a way that will be best for the show. Ultimately we decided that would be their decision.”

The show is going into its 30th season.

Disney is buying all Fox entertainment assets, which is going to complicate the show’s production.

It’s a nice time to peacefully sunset the show.

I think the series finale should be Apu’s death, and then “HAPPY NOW, PAJEET???”

This really brings one to ask just how far political correctness can go.

And the answer is obviously that it can go all the way.

We are a couple short years away from heterosexual men being accused of “transphobic hatred” for not having sex with trannies.

I’m serious.

The whole idea of continual, endless liberation ultimately ends in the destruction of everything on earth.

And the only way liberalism can keep momentum is to keep liberating.