Posted on June 5, 2023

All Hail the Conquering Heroine

Steve Sailer, Unz Review, June 3, 2023

In the front row of the photo, vaguely black British sculptor Thomas J. Price, in the green windbreaker, stares up at his lucrative giant statue of an overweight, sloppily dressed vaguely black woman with her hands in her pockets that was installed today outside the Rotterdam train station.

This Rotterdam sculpture is a knockoff of an earlier Thomas J. Price sculpture of a pudgy, sullen black woman checking her phone that has been installed outdoors in London and Sonoma Valley:

I think it’s illuminating to show how white worship of blacks has evolved in recent decades by comparing these new statues to the Michael Jordan statue that was unveiled in Chicago as recently as 1994:

Way back then, 29 years ago, it was assumed that our black heroes should be portrayed doing heroic things.

Now, of course, the idea that black heroes should earn our admiration by doing something admirable sounds racist and sexist. These figures are black and they are women, so they have more intersectional Pokemon diversity points than you have. Sure, they are doing nothing of interest, but that just proves they are tired, which makes them even better because they are more oppressed. (In contrast, Michael Jordan’s energy seem a little racistly Off-Narrative.) They epigenetically inherited their great-great-great-great-great-great-great-grandparents exhaustion from picking cotton.