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Spic Voodoo Reboot of “Charmed” in Production, Latino Whines Because of Blagg Actresses

Adrian Sol
Daily Stormer
October 11, 2018

I guess this was billed as an Aztec witchcraft reboot of the show.

So, they’re rebooting shows that ended their run in the 2000s now? Charmed ended in 2006 – twelve years ago. Not exactly retro.

Are they going to do a reboot of “Breaking bad,” too – with an all-Black cast?

This is nuts.

But anyway, I never saw the show Charmed. I guess it was a knock-off of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” or whatever. The cast was just White girls and Alyssa Milano.

Wow, Rose McGowan actually used to be hot? Who knew. 

Now they’re doing a new “race-bending” version with “latinx” characters. You know, to “subvert our expectations.”

Well, joke’s on you, kikes – when I hear about witches, I fully expect them to be brown primitives.

Actually, “Voodoo Howser, MD” would make a pretty good show.

But I guess actual “latinx” are pissed because the racial purity of the actors portraying these Santeria witches (or whatever it’ll be) isn’t up to snuff.

But why tho?:

If you follow me on Twitter you know I’ve been apprehensive about the reboot of the 2000s iconic witchy show Charmed. Debuting next week on October 14th, the show will follow three Latina sisters as they come into their magic. For many, it was a win for Latinx representation, in a medium where representation is abysmal in spite of being the largest minority group in the country. However, for me, I saw every promo as a copy and paste job, one that inserted Latinas into a white story and giving no regard to the sister’s culture.

The world of magic thee sisters inhabit in the original Charmed series is one of European mythologies and power, this has been seen replicated in the reboot through promos, specifically use of the triquetra as their sign of power, which is rooted in a Celtic history. This was my critique of what the public had been given in regards to a new Charmed aimed to put a spotlight on Latinx actress. It was ignoring the long histories and various practices of brujeria that are celebrated and feared in Latinx cultures.

Oh, so I guess they’re not going to go with “traditional” south American witchcraft.

That’s a bummer.

That would have been pretty badass. And red-pilling.

The response I received from non-Latinx and Latinx alike was to trust the CW, to trust the show because the creators of Jane the Virgin were involved. But I didn’t trust them and in reality what I imagined happening would have been better than the realities of the show that have of come to light.

The casting of Melonie Diaz, Madeleine Mantock, and Sarah Jeffery has been branded by online media outlets as a win for diversity and the promise of a Latinx-focused Charmed, or at least that’s what we were thinking. However, the culture of the sisters has remained vague and until now. Diaz was cast first and media outlets, assumed, without Latinx writing the pieces, that all three actresses were in fact, Latina. This is not the case.

Yes. In fact, two out of the three actresses are actually negresses.

The “real” beaner is the one with the deformed-looking head.

Though of course, we’re talking about high-yellow niggerdom, here.

Mantock will be playing an Afro-Latina character, however, she is not Afro-Latina herself. At a New York Comic Con roundtable, Mantock explained “Playing the Afro-Latina character, I think for me I’m just trying to be open… [I’m] open to the writers and trying to be respectful because I’m Afro-Carribean. I’m not actually Afro-Latina and I do want to make that distinction because Melanie [Diaz] is actually the only person who is in her real life is Latina.” She later went on to say that she prepared for the role by learning Spanish.

In addition to Mantock, Jeffery is also not Afro-Latina. At the same roundtable, she said “I think that’s something the writers are still sort of pouring over. Yeah, I know that we are representing the Latina community. I actually am African-American. I’m not Latina, which is a common misconception.

Until we have a clear answer from the CW this feels like a blatant attempt to make money from the Latinx experience without employing us.

Oh, I’m sure the CW is employing you.

Somebody‘s got to mop the studio floors, after all.

Sorry to break it to you, beaners, but the Jews who run Hollywood don’t give a single fuck about you. The only reason they’re putting brown people on television is to demoralize White people.

You think they can even tell the difference between “Afro-latinas” and your run-the-mill Blaggs?

They can’t – and they don’t care.

But please, do go on whining that they’re hiring niggers to play latinos on TV – that’s really funny.