WHAT I THINK OF AFRICANS, an interview with Richard Smith, *I have been asked many times what I think of Africans, here is what I think of Africans

*I have been asked many times what I think of Africans, here is what I think of Africans, without language and without taboos.*

*They sell everything to the highest bidder, even their land. Then they poison themselves with everything that is edible.*

*"I am not racist because I do not believe for a single second that I am superior to a Black man".*

*The difference with them is that, "we think of our descendants", we are calculators, we protect our interests and we'll kill for that if need be"*.

*"We are not emotional, we have passed this stage". If the Lion has pity on the Gazelle, it is he who will die of hunger. "They have lions at home, but they do not understand the laws of nature".*

*"For everything, they confide in Superstition and Religion".*

*The difference between the others and Blacks is, "while others reflect, Blacks do not think, they do not use their intellectual capacity and very few Blacks are analytical".*

*And when a few Black people pierce through, we admit them to our side or eliminate them in one way or another, most often, with the hand of other Blacks.*

*"We brought them our God and continuously invent fuzzy concepts to confuse them more".*

*In a hundred years, their descendants will be more slaves than they are now.*

*"They are already more unhappy than the generation of their parents", and they naively believe that numbers will be their strength.*

*"Just watch how they drown at sea to come here". We conquered them with a few thousand of ours and the active help of theirs.*

*We forced them to speak and write in our languages!!!.*

*We will control their descendants more than we control them right now.*

*Other people understood our game, (like the Chinese, Indians, Koreans,etc.) they started to use the same technical knowledge as us to protect and dissuade, but the Blacks did not understand anything.*

*"I'm sorry to be so brutal in my frankness. Nothing personal, I'm just plainly honest."*

(Richard Smith)

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