New TV series envisions a world where whites are slaves to be blacks

New TV series envisions a world where whites are slaves to be blacks

Were you under the impression that blacks viewed slavery as the most unforgivable sins imaginable? Think again.

A new TV series titled “Cracka” envisions an alternative-reality world in which white people have been enslaved by blacks. The work, which will debut on July 1, is being classified as “revenge porn.” The story revolves around a white supremacist who finds himself thrust back in time to a past where Africans enslave whites and rule the land known as America.

The show is the brainchild of director Dale Resteghini, a white man born in Boston who that his mark with rap videos. A synopsis explains:

In a world where white privilege, systematic oppression, and minority protest in order to break the chains of bondage runs regular, white supremacist Michael Stone is doing everything he can to maintain his privilege by exercising every opportunity to ensure the America he knows and loves continues to remain pure and more importantly, remain white!

‘Cracka’ doesn’t just tackle racism; it confronts it in a way you can’t possibly imagine. This unique series forces us — as a people, society, and overall a collective human unit — to look past color, look past our fears and pain, and see ourselves as people through the much-needed lens of love.

In light of recent developments in the country, it’s unclear where the Left fits into the narrative of looking “past our fears and pain, and see[ing] ourselves as people through the much-needed lens of love.”

Here is the trailer.

LU Staff

LU Staff

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