Star Wars Novel Author Paul S. Kemp Says Anti-SJW Star Wars Fans Are Detestable
Star Wars Lords of the Sith
(Last Updated On: June 13, 2018)

The author of Star Wars: Lords of the Sith, Paul S. Kemp, went on a short Twitter rant against anti-SJWs, or those who stand against the current political correct agenda being applied widespread across the entertainment industry.

On June 11th, 2018 Kemp made the following statements:

The comments struck a chord with some of his followers, but they follow on the heels of another Star Wars author, Chuck Wendig, who also took aim at the Star Wars fandom and called them MRA, #GamerGate, incel, white supremacists.

This all spawned from one of the actresses from Star Wars: The Last Jedi shutting down her social media account after she claimed she was harassed by angry fans.

The media began attacking the Star Wars fandom, calling it toxic and whatnot. Those associated with the Star Wars brand also began attacking fans for boycotting Solo: A Star Wars Story, which has been tanking at the box office.

As a way to get back at the fans for organizing a boycott of Solo, some of the creators have been calling them out as “white supremacists”, and “incels”, and “MRAs”. This has been a trend lately as fans have noted that Star Wars as a brand has diverged from being the fantasy space-opera escapism that they originally grew up with. Nevertheless, it appears that those working for Disney and LucasFilms are doubling down on castigating the Star Wars fanbase.

(Thanks for the news tip Blaughast)


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