Known as the "Black Lives Matter" section, this new Netflix genre is being populated with various films, documentaries, and television shows that either feature only black people or focus solely on the black "experience."
Most of the titles in this new genre feature black directors and/or black writers. It is all black all the time, in other words, which the platform believes is necessary to create equality.
"When we say 'Black Lives Matter,' we also mean 'Black storytelling matters,'" tweeted Netflix in an announcement about the new entertainment category.
"With an understanding that our commitment to true, systemic change will take time – we're starting by highlighting powerful and complex narratives about the Black experience."
Netflix subscribers will be met with this new Black Lives Matter category every time they sign in to the app and look at the main menu. Users can also access the category directly through a specially created hyperlink.
Everything in the Black Lives Matter category of entertainment will "only begin to tell the complex and layered stories about racial injustice and Blackness in America," a separate tweet from Netflix adds.
Under the guise of Black Lives Matter, domestic terrorists now have legal immunity to destroy property and harm people. Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, talks more about this in the following episode of The Health Ranger Report:
None of this is surprising, considering that Netflix went all-in with the Obamas back in 2018.
Racist-in-chief Barack Obama, along with his wife Michelle, forged a partnership with Netflix that created for them a new platform for spreading anti-white and anti-American propaganda.
This "multi-year agreement" awarded the Obamas with an outlet to "produce films and series for Netflix, potentially including scripted series, unscripted series, docu-series, documentaries, and features."
Some of the fruit of this endeavor was seen a year later with the unveiling of the Netflix "Dancing Queen" series, which centers around sexualizing young children and pushing them towards transgenderism and other forms of sexual deviancy.
Now, the direction of Netflix under the Obamas is moving towards more black content. There are new features about blacks in prison, black homosexuals, blacks reaming out whites for being white, blacks rioting, and black idols like Beyoncé.
If it promotes anything black, then Netflix wants to feature it as part of its post-George Floyd corporate response to "systemic racism." Netflix is even featuring a new "original" series about the life of Colin Kaepernick, the ultra-wealthy black football player who infamously refuses to stand for the National Anthem.
"The series provides an introspective look at Kaepernick's early life as a Black child growing up with a white adopted family and his journey to become a great quarterback while defining his identity," the Netflix synopsis for this series reads, intentionally capitalizing the word Black while leaving white in lowercase.
"The series will focus on Kaepernick’s formative high school years, lending meaningful insight into the acts and experiences that led him to become the activist he is today," it adds, glamorizing the multi-millionaire as some kind of overcomer of racism.
In speaking of the series, Kaepernick stated that it offers a "new perspective" on his life as told from outside the "white lens." He added that it focuses on the "racial conflicts" he supposedly endured throughout his life having to live "as an adopted black man in a white community" during his high school years.
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