Excellent article from India, far more aggressive and morally grounded in condemnation of racist and genocidal rhetoric than anybody in SA has been. https://t.co/9a6O5Lh4pl— Robert Duigan (@uMarhobane) July 18, 2021
H/T Captain John
Joe Biden recently lashed out against “21st century Jim Crow.” Amazingly, he seemed to suggest that would be a bad thing.
In the 1980s, Joe Biden and progressive activists led the charge against apartheid in South Africa. “Democracy” required South Africans to submit to the ANC and follow in the footsteps of Zimbabwe and the rest of sub-Saharan Africa. The Rainbow Nation would then become a multiracial paradise. It was “racism” and “white supremacy” to doubt that it would all work out because blacks have been oppressed by systematic racism and actually have the same capacity for self government as everyone else.
It is worth remembering that Joe Biden and his ilk got their way in Zimbabwe and South Africa. In fact, pretty much all of the things that are now happening in this country today under Joe Biden were pioneered in post-colonial sub-Saharan Africa. We have vicious racial attacks on Whites. We have the same cynical exploitation of White guilt and progressive fifth column. We have the UN investigating systematic racism in the United States. We have rising inflation and violent crime. We have the same Africanizing of the country and erosion in First World standards. We have “equity” now like in Zimbabwe and South Africa where the evil White man’s civilization has been in precipitous decline for decades now.
Guess what? South Africa is now the most unequal country on earth in 2021. It is one of the most violent countries on earth. Millions of Whites have fled the country. “Racism” hasn’t gone away. It is just directed at the White minority now who are forced into poverty and to live under African barbarism. The standard of living has declined for everyone in South Africa including the blacks, coloureds and Indians. Some of the most vicious racial attacks in South Africa these days are Zulu-on-Indian. It is reminiscent of Uganda’s racial reckoning under Idi Amin or the now forgotten genocide in Zanzibar.
South Africa and Zimbabwe show that “equality” doesn’t necessarily mean going up together. Instead, it usually means going down to the lowest common denominator. It means dragging life for everyone who ISN’T black down to their level and staying there. Joe Biden got rid of that morally repulsive regime in South Africa and obliterated the evil civilization that had been created there.
Are we going to allow him to repeat that experiment in this country?