The video by Tony Robbins, who repeatedly uses racial embankments, has been revealed. This is the latest in a series of harmful revelations about the polarizing life coach.
Robbins' latest episode of a Buzzfeed survey of Robbins in the 1980s A presentation in front of a small crowd reminiscent of an earlier encounter he calls "militant black."
To gasp in front of the crowd, Robbins continues talking about how he talked to a black participant who was particularly annoyed: "As long as you call someone a jerk and get that kind of response I've just seen where you are ready to explode and what you have done, that person has absolute control over you. "
" You have no control in your life, you are still a slave. "
Strangely enough, Robbins then begins a dance while he sings, "I'm a *****, you're a *****., Be a jerk."
He claims his techniques have the Crowd effectively led around and led to black and white A members of the audience hugged each other and added, "Black, white, I do not care."
Robbins & # 39; s lawyers told Buzzfeed that "the presentation was positive and accepted in the context in which it was conducted: a passionate discussion about racism and how to rise above it".
They added, "Any suggestion that Mr. Robbins is somehow racist or insensitive to the African American community is absurd and wrong ̵
Robbins criticized The # MeToo movement in the past said that women use the #Metoo movement as a "drug" to make themselves "significant". [Million] millionaire self-help guru was taped when he described #MeToo as an excuse for women Use "victims" for their own resources.
He then related a bizarre anecdote about a "famous, powerful man" who decided not to hire a "very attractive" woman because it was "too risky to have her around".
Robbins made the comments on March 10 at a seminar in San Jose, California, and they later became viral.
"If you use the #Metoo movement to try to gain meaning and certainty by attacking someone and destroying otherwise … all you have done is basically using a drug called meaning to treat You feel good, "Robbins told the audience.
Robbins told the audience that he did not "knock on the #Metoo movement" but "knocked on the victim." He turned to the crowd and asked them to consider the implications, saying, "Anger is not an empowerment."
After the footage became viral, the founder of #meToo movement Tarana Burke went on Twitter to beat Robbins for his "misogyny."