I saw that and it never made fun of the show like that. It was a fucking affectionate send up. Same here. The problem is NOT that it blames the original show for racism. That's not happening here (that's biting the hand that feeds you).
The problem is simply that they are playing with the idea that the original cartoon was made to distract from a group of people in real life being racist, and that idea is fucking moronic.
Reading beyond that is a bit tinfoil and misses the central problem, much like how /pol/tards say diversity bad, even if they've not watched a thing, and when it turns out it had shit writing all over, including the alterations for diversity, only blame it on the diversity aspect, and disregard the rest almost as if it would be any better if they were all white. That is not constructive and undermines anybody who simply says that the diversity was done poorly, as they look like /pol/tards as a result.
It doesn't get to the heart of the problem, which is always SHITTY WRITING.>>123369714
REMEMBER. /pol/ and SJWs have one thing in common. The only bit of the story that matters (albeit different ways) is the diversity aspect to them, either good or bad. It all revolves around that and the subsequent conspiracy theories about corrupting the audience.
Take for example, the alt-right fear. I've seen all this on Twitter:
SJWs complain about Joker 'normalizing incels and the alt-right in the eyes of the audience' because they felt sympathy for a character that looked like one, and got scared it would incite incels.
/pol/tards will get happy because they think its making 'one of them' look good, or angry because they think that it's making fun of them (you can get different opinions emerge).
But when Joker dances to a song by a convicted NONCE, who almost got ROYALTIES from it, the SJWs said nothing, the /pol/tards, who HATE nonces, said nothing. On that or any other aspect of the film.
TLDR Twitter shit stays on Twitter, left or right