A half-Malaysian and half-white model named Emily Bador has taken to Instagram to “apologize” for her picture appearing on the front cover of Britain’s Blackhair magazine.
Bador’s apology said that when the picture was taken, she did not “understand cultural appropriation or the impact it has on POC” [people of color].
The fuss started when Blackhair’s editor, Keysha Davis, noted on the magazine’s Facebook page that “it was brought to our attention that the model gracing our December/January issue is not of black or mixed-race heritage. We were obviously not aware of this prior to selecting the image.”
Davis went on to explain that the magazine often asks “PR companies/salons to submit images for the magazine, specifically stating that models must be Black or mixed race.”
The Washington Post then picked up on the story, and although it incorrectly claimed that “Emily Bador is a white woman” (even though Bador herself pointed out her mixed-racial ancestry in another post on Instagram), it went on to say that the “debate over racial diversity both on the cover and inside the pages of magazines — particularly fashion and beauty magazines — has been a long ongoing one.”
The story then spread through the rest of the controlled media, all of whom focused upon the “fact” that a “white woman” had been used as a cover model, and that this “white woman” had apologized for frizzing her hair like a black.
It goes without saying that in all of its coverage, the controlled media has ignored the real issues behind this photographic mix-up:
Firstly, that nonwhites can have their own media, devoted exclusively to their own racial interests.
These racially-based media outlets have the active support and encouragement of the establishment and the controlled media—the same groups who would dismiss as “racist” any magazine called White Hair.
This is the same double standard and anti-white hypocrisy which underlies establishment support for organizations such as “Miss Black America,” “Black Entertainment Television,” the various “Black Police Officers” associations, the “Congressional Black Caucus,” and a thousand other nonwhite, racially-based organizations which exist in almost every country.
Secondly, the belief that a “white” is guilty of “cultural appropriation” simply because her hair was frizzed for a photoshoot, is itself hypocritical nonsense.
If this principle of “cultural appropriation”—that is, one race taking on the outer accoutrements of another race—is taken to its logical conclusion, then it can easily be said that the black editors of Blackhair magazine have engaged in cultural appropriation—from whites.
The clothes the editors wear, the eyeglasses they use, the computers and technology they use to produce their magazine, and even the language they use—all of this was invented by whites in European countries.
But none of this is mentioned in any of the controlled media coverage: another example of the inherent anti-white racism which underscores the current establishment and the controlled media.