Friday, November 11, 2005

Africans Not Surprised About Riots In France

Many Africans in French-speaking nations across the continent say that they are not surprised with the recent violence that has spread in France, instead saying that there has been an underlying racism among the French all along. Racism exists in all communities of mankind and the French should not be condemned for putting the interests of Frenchmen ahead of other people. Racism occurs everywhere and in every country so why condemn the French, British, Germans, or any other white nation when it exists in Japan, China, Zimbabwe, South Africa, and so forth. The attacks by blacks on white farmers in Africa cannot be ignored or labled as justice. To condemn Europe, the United States, Britain, or Australia of racism is racism in itself. It is blatant bigotry against the white man and his culture. There’s an old saying that applies here: “Take the plank from your own eye before you try to remove the speck in your neighbor’s eye.” Don't condemn racism in your neighbor until you have removed it from yourself.

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