Remember Scaachi Koul from Buzzfeed and the CBC? Last year we reported on she announced on Twitter the left-wing click bait website was hiring, but they would “particularly like to hear from you if you are not white and not male.”
She was absolutely blasted on social media for the race-based hiring practices. But that wasn't the only time Koul made controversial comments.
Last year, Koul appeared on the CBC radio show 'q' to discuss her experience at a “day rave”. She whined about how the event was “full of white people as far as the eye can see” and “when you're in a group of a couple hundred white people and they all start raising their hands for something, I want to get out of there... it's a cult.”
On Sunday, Koul appeared on CBC radio to promote her new book and discuss “growing up in a “land of ice and casual racism”. The CBC says the book is a collection of essays called “One Day We'll All Be Dead and None of This Will Matter”. The site claims the essays “tackle everything from 21st century race relations and sexual politics to Indian weddings and her close but complicated relationship with her parents.”
Laughably, the CBC also describes Koul as “one of the funniest and most incisive writers of her generation.”
What's funny by CBC's standards is considered mindless drivel at taxpayers' expense by any sensible person, so it's safe to assume Koul is anything but.