BBC Vid by Racist Trans Model Brands White People 'Most Violent & Oppressive Force of Nature On Earth'by JACK MONTGOMERY
Oct. 13, 2017
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The BBC has produced and aired a "take" by trans model Munroe Bergdorf, in which white people are excoriated as inherently racist and "the most violent and oppressive force of nature on earth".
Bergdorf, who was previously given a platform by the BBC when cosmetics firm L'Oreal sacked them for similar racist comments, was speaking on the October 12th edition of the BBC This Week current affairs programme.
"What kind of country is modern Britain? No doubt it's a country that likes to think of itself as inclusive, but that depends on where you're standing," Bergdorf complained.
"For me, as a transgender mixed race person, we live in a deeply racist society."
"Why should we expect anything else from a country that's built its success on the enslavement of non-white people?" Bergdorf alleged.
"It's that continuous cycle of racism that explains where we are now. Why does the UK acknowledge the sacrifice of people killed in wars, but not the spilt blood of black people?"
In fact, there are many British memorials commemorating the victims of the slave trade and celebrating its abolition. The oldest, according to Historic England, is the Anti-Slavery Arch in Stroud, Gloucestershire, erected in 1834 by Henry Wyatt to celebrate the passing of the Slavery Abolition Act of 1833.