A Bunch of Racists Are Threatening to #BoycottStarWarsVII Because of So-Called "White Genocide"

These people are obviously forgetting all about James Earl Jones.

When Star Wars: the Force Awakensfinally debuts in December, you probably won't have to worry about getting stuck beside some racist at your local screening. In fact, a seemingly oxymoronic group known only as "racist nerds" have rather annoyingly initiated the hashtag #BoycottStarWarsVII, a global discussion currently loaded with gems like "white genocide" and other acts of ridiculousness:

Any of you guys want your daughters breeding with black Stormtroopers? No? didn't think so.#BoycottStarWarsVII

— Negromancer (@Negromancer_616) October 19, 2015

#BoycottStarWarsVII Because Hollywood has pushed for the end of our people for too long

— Negromancer (@Negromancer_616) October 19, 2015

Proof that you have no idea what Genocide actually is and are not experiencing it... When you want to #BoycottStarWarsVII #WhiteWhine

— Hal Sparks (@HalSparks) October 19, 2015

So #BoycottStarWarsVII is a real thing, and I'm hearing this is bad? I'm not going to have to share a theater with racists! YAY!

— Matt Votaw (@MattVotaw) October 19, 2015

These presumed white supremacists are clearly trying to parlay their headlines-grabbing year into some kind of sustainable popularity, and have turned to Twitter in an attempt to create some sort of racist buzz for other racists. Thankfully, Twitter quickly took note of this and properly eviscerated the inane logic behind the hashtag and its associated idealogy:

Yes. Let's all just enjoy the racist-free movie theaters this holiday season, shall we?

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