Queen Sugar centers around a family of black sugar plantation owners in Louisiana. Its themes reflect real-life news headlines, though the scenarios presented are often just as fake as the false flag events from the television set and mainstream media websites they aim to recreate.
Take the recent April 6 episode, entitled "June 3, 2020," as an example. It opened with a flashback to one of the main character's encounters with a police officer from the previous week. The episode then shows this main character's son also encountering a police officer, followed by yet another incident where a 10-year-old boy thinks he is being shot at by the police.
Like the two episodes that aired prior to it, "June 3, 2020" was obviously all about the George Floyd incident. Each of the show's black characters was shown having a similar police encounter, and all with similar theatrics. The purpose, of course, is to vilify law enforcement and paint all police officers as "racist."
"This is an unfriendly reminder that this ... is exactly what Black Lives Matter wants black children to believe about the police," reported Lindsay Kornick from mrcCulture about the agenda behind Queen Sugar.
"It doesn't matter how many kids are traumatized, so long as they grow up believing the lie that the whole country is racist and out to kill them. Heaven help the kids who don't hear any different."
As the episode continues, other family members of the characters, all activists, are shown dealing with issues surrounding "police brutality." "Aunt Nova" is seen working on a case involving police encounters with black people while "Aunt Violet" is seen hanging up a "Defund the Police" poster at the doorway to her diner.
Also shown on the diner door is the obligatory "Biden Harris 2020" poster – because, you know, a senile privileged white man (Biden) and a corrupt "Asian" prosecutor who jailed black people for cannabis (Harris) are two perfect examples of "anti-racists" for the black community to honor.
Anyway, the episode gets even more ridiculous after the diner owner starts quoting black supremacist Congressman John Lewis, who infamously encouraged black people to "keep ourselves busy with good trouble."
Finally, grandmother "Darlene" is depicted taking everything even one step further by declaring to viewers that there is a "racial reckoning" happening in the United States, which she exploits in order to get her grandson into a prestigious Washington, D.C., private school.
"We're in the middle of a racial reckoning," Darlene says. "And that school is like every institution and company, posting 'Black Lives Matter' on their Twitter handle. I called them on it."
The show's producer, BLM activist filmmaker Ava DuVernay, apparently thinks that this is quality television. And Oprah, the network's owner and the world's richest black woman, apparently agrees, which is hardly a surprise as Oprah also believes that lynching is still a thing across America.
"It's one thing to take advantage of woke appeasers. It's another thing to genuinely believe America is in a racial reckoning," says Kornick. "Queen Sugar is clearly in the latter camp and loving it."
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