But the globalist media, spiraling into clickbait irrelevance, don’t understand that. We are Scared – The Africans in India Say Racism is Constant, says the ABC News headline:
Fear and anger. Those are the emotions that shadow Odole Emmanuel Opeyemi every time the Nigerian man steps out of his New Delhi apartment. Every encounter with Indians is fraught with those feelings, whether he’s taking an autorickshaw or the Metro, buying vegetables or trying to find a spot to park his car.
The style guide: lead off with a pitiful description of a black person lamenting a trivial slight. Then somewhere in the story, insert the word “racism.” That formula’s effectiveness had been reliable since Leon Trotsky invented the word and American media spread it as a shaming tool globally. White people’s apparently innate pity for the African had made us a compliant audience to that narrative.
But the media no longer influence public opinion. “Racist!” mewls a corporate outlet. “We don’t care,” laughs the Alt-Right, humanity’s anti-globalist vanguard.
Prejudice is open in India. […] Landlords in cities including New Delhi and Mumbai deny homes to people based on race and religion.
Sounds like sweet liberty to me. One needs to step away from liberalism to appreciate the insipidness of wringing one’s hands over the fact that somewhere, anywhere, somebody is not embracing a foreigner. The counter-narrative: nobody wants to suffer Blacks’ discivic behavior. Nobody wants to hear alien whooping near his home. Nobody wants black spores inside his daughter’s womb.
As empire-builders have learned by observing racial relations in the United States, black people can be weaponized as universal solvent against every rooted social structure — family, community, nation — and deployed as such under the state’s protection wherever something needs wrecking.
The Age of Aquarius criers were a charlatans who promised eternal peace for the small price of stripping yourself of everything that you care about. Racist Asians are not falling for the lie that to respect the human rights of two billion Africans, you have to give them your home and your future.
“When I sit down in the Metro, people sit away from me. Even old men and women will stand up as if any contact with me will give them a disease,” he said, describing the mixture of fear and revulsion with which most Indians treat Africans.
There you have it. Indians are insufficiently obsequious to somebody who doesn’t belong among them. That quote was from Opeyemi, the Nigerian in India. For a perspective that is more historically in line with Africans’ relations with other races, below is a 1964 news report showing a slave market in Saudi Arabia. Now that is what violating the human rights of an African looks like: