I generally don’t like calling anyone an Uncle Tom, but if anyone deserves it surely Erik Rush does. The black man who claims, bizarrely, that America suffers from an excess of “negrophilia” now says that the white man colonized Africa because the people there “gave the impression” that they were “only a few steps out of the trees.”
Why in the world ought America be more like India? It was their culture that gave the British the impression they were only a few steps out of the trees, so India was colonized. The same goes for Africa.
Could the self-loathing be any more obvious?
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