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NY Times Publishes its Most Racist Column in History

For the sake of your sanity, we can only hope you read about it here first: the New York Times published an article which argues that black children simply cannot be friends with white children.

Based on that short description, you might think this is an archived column originally written during the days of Jim Crow — likely by a disgruntled Democrat living through Reconstruction in the Civil War-torn South.

…nope.

This article was published yesterday on November 13, 2017. In it, black author Ekow N. Yankah suggest that the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States has emboldened white racists to such a degree, that he feels he simply cannot allow his child the mistake of interacting with people of a different skin color.

You really have to read the article to believe it, but at the same time it would be hard to reward this sheer display of bigotry with revenue in the form of clicks. Thankfully, YouTube user Wild Smile took the liberty to upload a concise review of the work himself — so you can listen to him read the passages so you don’t have to.

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