Serial Protestor Attempts Mass Netflix Boycott And It Goes Spectacularly Wrong

Serial Protestor Attempts Mass Netflix Boycott And It Goes Spectacularly Wrong

A serial protestor has again found himself in strife after he tried to get Netflix users in the US to boycott the SVOD service after it decided to air a new sit-com he believed was anti-white.

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The Twitter user – who goes by the name “Baked Alaska” –  apparently took umbrage at Netflix’s new show titled Dear White People. The show’s a comedy set on a US college campus, however, Baked Alaska took it as bring anti-white and promoting “white genocide” and urged his fellow Netflix users to can their subscriptions in protest.

Check out the Dear White People trailer below:

According to UK’s The Independent, Baked Alaska also tried – unsuccessfully – to get his 123,000 Twitter followers to boycott Starbucks last year after the coffee chain refused to write “Trump” on coffee cups in support of the now-President’s then election campaign. At the time he wrote: “If someone is getting so triggered, they can’t write Trump on a coffee cup at Starbucks and they’re crying liberal tears and they’re calling the cops, that’s insane.We have a culture war to win.”

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When Baked Alaska launched his anti-Netflix campaign, the SVOD provider quickly responded to his requests and canned his subscription. He posted a screen-grab of his cancellation, however, he forgot to blank out his email address.

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But rather than any group solidarity, Baked Alaska’s followers started signing him up to anything and everything, including 7559 mailing lists. Check out the madness below:

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